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Texts in this collection (91 items)
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William Hole, Old Testament history: retold and illustrated by William Hole (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, n.d.)
original artefact
001711858
James Ridgway and George Frederick Maclear (compilers), Helps to the study of the Bible (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.)
original artefact
003100093
John Paterson Smyth, How we got our Bible: an answer to questions suggested by the new revision (London: S. Bagster & Sons, 1886)
original artefact
003427306
original artefact
010097.e.71.
William Ralston, The ubiquitous and his portable dark tent (Glasgow: Morison Bros., 1891)
original artefact
012314.de.10.
George A. Best, The six-inch admiral: or a doll's trip round the world (London: Grant Richards, 1901)
original artefact
012803.e.93/1.
Mary E. Ropes and William Rainey, His Majesty's beggars (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1897)
original artefact
012806.e.33.
F. Scarlett Potter, Three runaways (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1895)
original artefact
012808.h.11.
E.E. Entwistle, The steep ascent: missionary talks with young people (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1913)
original artefact
04376.ee.3.
W. Venis Robinson, Angel voices from Earth and Heaven: addresses to children (London: H.R. Allenson, 1913)
original artefact
04403.h.44.
John Ashton Savage and Lancelot Speed, The one great voyage of life: an allegory (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1896)
original artefact
04410.de.10.
Bingley Roel, Chorister Jim (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1897)
original artefact
04410.de.16.
‘Amethyst’, Almost lost: a temperance story (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1907)
original artefact
04410.g.73.
J. James Ridge, Toksikatem Castle: or, the rescue of the Princess Temperantia (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1906)
original artefact
04412.ee.55.
‘Noel Hope’, The Don't-Know family: a story for everybody (London: John Hogg, 1904)
original artefact
04412.f.71.
‘Noel Hope’ (ed. Mildred Duff), Crotchets and quavers: or, the making of the Brixwell Young People's Band (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1921)
original artefact
04419.g.85.
Banister F. Fletcher, The history of architecture on the comparative method: fifth edition (London: B.T. Batsford, 1905)
original artefact
07815.ee.1.
Alfred P. Wire, The Norman conquest (London: E.G. Wood, 1889)
original artefact
09004.cc.8.(1.)
A.J. Sargent, The sea road to the east: Gibraltar to Wei-Hai-Wei (London: George Philip & Son, 1912)
original artefact
10028.de.16.
Horatio Nelson King, A walk through Westminster Abbey with the late Dean Stanley (London: H.N. King, 1891)
original artefact
10348.d.19.(14.)
original artefact
10470.ppp.19.
original artefact
10491.pp.6.
Mary Sewell, Davie Blake, the sailor (London: 1875)
original artefact
11650.df.12.
Hardwicke Rawnsley, The miners' rescue (London: 1877)
original artefact
11652.ee.36.
Lantern readings original and selected (Oxford: Henry W. Taunt, n.d.)
original artefact
12273.dd.13
Robert Overton, A round dozen: character sketches (London: Dean & Son, 1884)
original artefact
12315.f.37.
William Ralston, K. B. and D'A. North again, golfing this time (London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1894)
original artefact
12316.i.60.
C.W. Cole and William Ralston, Messrs Kamdene, Barnesburie, and D'Alston's tour in the North (London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1888)
original artefact
12330.i.24.
Nelsie Brook, Come home, mother! (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1865)
original artefact
12620.b.23.
C.O. Murray, Merry elves: or, little adventures in fairyland (London: Seeley, Jackson & Halliday, 1874)
original artefact
12804.i.25.
Fred Weatherly and W.J. Hodgson, The men of Ware (London: Hildesheimer and Faulkner, 1883)
original artefact
12805.r.14.
Fred Weatherly and W.J. Hodgson, The maids of Lee (London: Hildesheimer and Faulkner, 1883)
original artefact
12805.r.15.
T.S. Seccombe, Army and Navy drolleries (London: 1875)
original artefact
12806.k.47.
original artefact
12809.u.41.
C.W. Cole and William Ralston, Tippoo: a tale of a tiger (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1886)
original artefact
12811.h.11.
original artefact
1509/364.
F.M. Cowen, Nell: the story of a London waif (London and Dublin: W.B. Horner & Son, 1883)
original artefact
1572/56.(2.)
F.M. Cowen, Kitty: a Lancashire story (London and Dublin: W.B. Horner & Son, 1884)
original artefact
1572/56.(39.)
William Whitelock Lloyd, P. & O. pencillings: sketches on board a steamer (London: P. & O. Steam Navigation Co., 1891)
original artefact
1876.b.16.
Henry Morton Stanley, In darkest Africa: or the quest, rescue, and retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria (London: Sampson Low & Co., 1890)
original artefact
2358.d.1.
James Hamilton and H.C. Selous, The parable of the prodigal son (London: J. Nisbet & Co., 1867)
original artefact
3227.aa.20.
G.R. Balleine, ‘The men who crucified Christ: Judas’ in Lantern services 1 (1906)
original artefact
3456.h.
Lantern services: vol. I (London: Newton & Co., 1906)
original artefact
3456.h.
E.E. Entwistle, Through the gate beautiful: lessons for the primary Sunday School (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1910)
original artefact
4192.dg.16.
Ethel Boddy, Birdie's benefits: or, a little child shall lead them (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1894)
original artefact
4399.eee.26.
James Broadbent (arr. James Broadbent), Lost in London (Leeds: James Broadbent, 1894)
original artefact
4399.l.1.
‘Noel Hope’, A new Tommy Don't-Know (London: John Hogg, 1907)
original artefact
4408.ff.25.
Jennie Chappell, Raymond's rival: or, which will win? (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1896)
original artefact
4409.g.7.
Agnes Giberne, Hungering and thirsting (London: Religious Tract Society, 1869)
original artefact
4410.g.33.
‘Hesba Stretton’, Alone in London (London: Religious Tract Society, 1869)
original artefact
4413.b.34.
M.S. Haycraft, Chine cabin (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1890)
original artefact
4417.k.26.
Nelsie Brook, Paddle your own canoe: or, Harry Bray's disappointment (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1868)
original artefact
4419.bbb.44.
‘Hesba Stretton’, A man of his word (London: 1878)
original artefact
4422.cc.6.
Harry Davies, Aaron the woodman (London: Religious Tract Society, 1898)
original artefact
4429.g.29.
John Eames, Sermons to boys and girls (London: H.R. Allenson, 1898)
original artefact
4464.df.19.
Cecil de Carteret, Addresses to boys and Boy Scouts (London: Skeffington & Son, 1912)
original artefact
4465.ee.22.
John Eames, The shattered temple: and other addresses to young people (London: H.R. Allenson, 1911)
original artefact
4465.l.20.
‘Noel Hope’ (ed. Mildred Duff), Nomquba: a Zulu maid (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1923)
original artefact
4763.eee.28.
Basil Mathews, The splendid quest: stories of knights on the pilgrims' way (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1912)
original artefact
4805.bbb.26.
Lottie Haskell, Children's stories from the life of Christ (London: Blackie & Son, 1902)
original artefact
4806.h.11.
Florence H. Suckling, The brotherhood of love: stories of the Saints and their animal friends (London: George Bell & Sons, 1910)
original artefact
4827.de.8.
Basil Mathews, Livingstone the pathfinder (London: 1912)
original artefact
4910.aa.17/3.
C.H. Bothamley, The optical lantern as an aid in teaching (London: Hazell, Watson & Viney, 1892)
original artefact
8708.g.27.(12.)
‘A Mere Phantom’, The magic lantern: how to buy and how to use it, also how to raise a ghost (London: Houlston & Sons, n.d.)
original artefact
8715.aa.22.
icon showing similar text
‘An Expert’, The art of projection and complete magic lantern manual (London: E.A. Beckett, 1893)
original artefact
8715.b.74.
icon showing similar text
‘A Fellow of the Chemical Society’, The magic lantern: its construction and use (London: Perken, Son & Rayment, 1890)
original artefact
8716.aaa.30.
icon showing similar text
A.A. Wood, Fifty years' reign of Queen Victoria (London: E.G. Wood, 1886)
original artefact
9004.h.26.(10.)
F.J. Warwick and A.C. Tunstall, 'First aid' to the injured and sick: an ambulance handbook (Bristol: John Wright & Sons, 1901)
original artefact
D-07686.f.3.
John Lee (comp. John Lee), The voyage of life (London: 1872)
original artefact
D.675.b.(7.)
George W. Varley (comp. T. Harding), Rare metal: a story of city life (Leeds: Archibald Ramsden, 1887)
original artefact
D.675.k.(9.).
John Nash, The start in life: a temperance story with song (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1894)
original artefact
D.698.a.
A.J. Foxwell (arr. A.W. Fletcher and A.J. Foxwell), The Erndales: a west-country story (London: UK Band of Hope Union, 1894)
original artefact
D.698.a.
Frances Evans (arr. Charles P. Banks), Sabina Snappington's thorn in the flesh: or, the work of a little maid (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1902)
original artefact
D.698.b.
Alfred Sargant and G.J. Chapple (compilers), Tommy Noble's pledge card (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1894)
original artefact
D.698.b.
Frances Evans, Farmer Brown's awakening: or, so as by fire. A story of farm life (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1894)
original artefact
D.698.b.
Kate Mawer (arr. Arthur Jamouneau), Dick's treasure (Leeds: Blackburn & Co., 1902)
original artefact
E.496.c.(4.).
Michael Watson, The powder monkey (London: Patey & Willis, n.d.)
original artefact
H.1601.p.(14.)
Henry Vaughan and ‘Paul Rodney’, The clang of the forge (London: Enoch & Sons, 1891)
original artefact
H.1638.(22.)
Cecil Alexander and Ciro Pinsuti, There is a green hill far away (London: Robert Cocks & Co., 1888)
original artefact
H.2680.j.(34.)
Fred Weatherly and Joseph L. Roeckel, On the Zuyder Zee (London: Enoch & Sons, 1889)
original artefact
H.2708.c.(48.)
Fred Weatherly and Joseph L. Roeckel, Tony's the boy (London: Enoch & Sons, 1891)
original artefact
H.2708.d.(36.)
Fred Weatherly and Frederic H. Cowen, Unfinished is the song (1882)
original artefact
h.3242.c.
L. Morrison and W.H. Jude, ‘Deep in the mine’ (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1882)
original artefact
H.3567.(2.)
Fred Weatherly and Hermann Löhr, When Jack and I were children (London: Chappell & Co., 1900)
original artefact
H.3614.(1.)
‘Noel Hope’ (ed. Mildred Duff), The Lawson girls: or, tinder and flint (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1921)
copy
MICA.7796.(5.)
Thomas Stanley Treanor, Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (London: Religious Tract Society, 1892)
original artefact
YA.1986.a.8295
‘Noel Hope’, Face it out: or, straight roads are the shortest (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1928)
original artefact
YA.1998.a.12298
Lucerna ID 2500036

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 18 December 2011