E text prepared by Tapio Riikonen
MARIA DUNDEE ELI PUOLALAISET TUKHOLMASSA
G. H. MELLIN
Suomentanut Arvo Lempiranta
Emil Hagelberg'in ja kumpp. kirjapinossa, 1881.
Emil Hagelberg'in kustannuksella.
Kova l"ansituuli puhalsi Ruotsin saaristossa. It"ameress"a, jossa,
Elfsnabben'in ulkopuolella, er"as sotalaivasto majesteetillisesti
liikkui aalloilla. Viidentoista laivan avaroiden ja kullattujen
per"apeilien ylitse liehui Puolan lippu ja niiden kansilla vilisi
IN DOUBLET AND HOSE
A STORY FOR GIRLS
By LUCY FOSTER MADISON
"A Colonial Maid" etc.
CLYDE O. DELAND
The Penn Publishing Company
COPYRIGHT 1904 BY THE PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY
In Doublet and Hose
[Illustration: " METHINKS THE MAID WILL SERVE OUR PURPOSE WELL "]
I A QUESTION OF SKILL 7
II THE SOLDIER GUEST 17
KERTOMUS DAVID BALFOURIN SEIKKAILUISTA
h"anen ry"ost"ost"a"an, haaksirikostaan, k"arsimyksist"a"an autiolla saarella,
harhailuistaan Highlandin l"ansiosissa, tuttavuudestansa Alan Breck
Stevart in ja muiden kuuluisien highlantilaisten jakobiittien kanssa;
k"asitt"aen kaiken mit"a h"an, Ebenexer Balfour of Shaws iksi v"a"arin
nimitetyn enonsa k"asiss"a sai k"arsi"a; jonka kertomuksen on kirjoittanut
h"an itse ja nyt julaissut
Robert Louis Stevenson
O. E. Lampén
Ensimm"aisen kerran julkaissut
Edward Everett Hale (1822 – 1909) was an American author, historian and Unitarian clergyman. Hale first came to notice as a writer in 1859, when he contributed the short story "My Double and How He Undid Me" to the Atlantic Monthly. He soon published other stories in the same periodical. His best known work was "The Man Without a Country", published in the Atlantic in 1863 and intended to strengthen support in the Civil War for the Union cause in the North. Though the story is set in the early 19th century, it is an allegory about the upheaval of the American Civil War. As in some of his oth...
By England's Aid or The Freeing of the Netherlands (1585 1604) by G. A. Henty This etext was produced by Martin Robb (MartinRobb@ieee.org)
MY DEAR LADS,
In my preface to By Pike and Dyke I promised in a future story to deal with the closing events of the War of Independence in Holland. The period over which that war extended was so long, and the incidents were so numerous and varied, that it was impossible to include the whole within the limit of a single book. The former volume brought the story of the struggle down to the death of the Prince of Orang...
The pedigrees of our county families, arranged in diagrams on the pages of county histories, mostly appear at first sight to be as barren of any touch of nature as a table of logarithms. But given a clue—the faintest tradition of what went on behind the scenes, and this dryness as of dust may be transformed into a palpitating drama. Out of such pedigrees and supplementary material most of the following stories have arisen and taken shape.
A GROUP OF NOBLE DAMES
THAT IS TO SAY
THE FIRST COUNTESS OF WESSEX
BARBARA OF THE HOSE OF GREBE
THE MARCHIONESS OF S...
THE BOY KNIGHT.
A TALE OF THE CRUSADES.
BY G.A. HENTY,
Author of "The Young Buglers," "Through the Fray," "The Cornet of Horse," "The Young Colonists," "In Times of Peril," etc., etc.
CHAPTER I. The Outlaws.
CHAPTER II. A Rescue.
CHAPTER III. The Capture of Wortham Hold.
CHAPTER IV. The Crusades.
CHAPTER V. Preparations.
CHAPTER VI. The Lists.
CHAPTER VII. Revenge.
CHAPTER VIII. The Attack.
CHAPTER IX. The Princess Berengaria.
CHAPTER X. Pirates.
CHAPTER XI. In the Holy Land.
CHAPTER XII. The Accolade.
CHAPTER XIII. In th...
Drew Rennie, served as a cavalry scout in Confederate general John Hunt Morgan's command. He had left home in 1862 after a final break with his harsh grandfather, who despised him since his birth because of his mother's runaway marriage to a Texan. During the final year of conflict Drew has the additional responsibility of looking out for his headstrong fifteen-year-old cousin Boyd, who has run away from home to join Morgan's command and has a lot to learn in the school of hard knocks the army provides. The story follows the two of them and a new friend, Anson Kirby, through campaigns in Kentu...
The Bright Face of Danger
Being an Account of Some Adventures of Henri de Launay, Son of the Sieur de la Tournoire. Freely Translated into Modern English
By Robert Neilson Stephens
Author of "An Enemy to the King," "Philip Winwood," "The Mystery of Murray Davenport," etc.
Illustrated by H. C. Edwards
Boston L. C. Page & Company Mdcccciiii
Copyright, 1904 By L. C. Page & Company
Entered at Stationers' Hall, London All rights reserved
Published April, 1904 Colonial Press
Among the great wars of history there are few, if any, instances of so long and successfully sustained a struggle, against enormous odds, as that of the Seven Years' War, maintained by Prussia--then a small and comparatively insignificant kingdom--against Russia, Austria, and France simultaneously, who were aided also by the forces of most of the minor principalities of Germany. The population of Prussia was not more than five millions, while that of the Allies considerably exceeded a hundred millions. Prussia could put, with the greatest efforts, but a hundred and fifty thousand men into the ...