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Ned, Bob and Jerry on the Firing Line The Motor Boys Fighting for Uncle Sam

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The Motor Boys

NED, BOB AND JERRY ON THE FIRING LINE

Or

The Motor Boys Fighting for Uncle Sam

BY CLARENCE YOUNG

AUTHOR OF "THE MOTOR BOAT SERIES" "THE RACER BOYS SERIES," "THE JACK RANGER SERIES," ETC.

ILLUSTRATED

NEW YORK CUPPLES & LEON COMPANY

BOOKS BY CLARENCE YOUNG

12mo. Cloth. Illustrated. Price per volume, 80 cents, postpaid.

THE MOTOR BOYS SERIES

THE MOTOR BOYS THE MOTOR BOYS OVERLAND THE MOTOR BOYS IN MEXICO THE MOTOR BOYS ACROSS THE PLAINS THE MOTOR BOYS AFLOAT THE MOTOR BOYS ON THE ATLANTIC THE MOTOR BOYS I...

Tom of the Raiders

Young Adult historical fiction of a young man joining the Union Army and taking part in the Great Locomotive Chase.

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[Illustration by Morgan Dennis: Again and again Tom fed logs into the flames.]

TOM OF THE RAIDERS

BY

AUSTIN BISHOP

ILLUSTRATED BY MORGAN DENNIS

To DOLORES AND SAM WITHOUT ADHESIONS

CONTENTS

CHAPTER

I WITH THE SECOND OHIO II THE RAIDERS START III ARRESTED IV TOM GOES ALONE V TOM ARRIVES AT THE BEEGHAM'S VI ON TO CHATTANOOGA VII IN MARIETTA VIII THE TRAIN IS CAPTURED IX THE RACE X "THEY'RE AFTER US!" ...

The French Prisoners of Norman Cross A Tale –by: Arthur Brown

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CROSS

Transcribed from the [1895] Hodder Brothers edition by David Price, email ccx074@pglaf.org

{Yaxley Church from the S.E. From photo. by Rev. E. H. Brown: p0.jpg}

" Weep sore for him that goeth away : for he shall return no more , nor see his native country ."

THE French Prisoners OF Norman Cross.

A TALE .

BY THE REV. ARTHUR BROWN, Rector of Catfield , Norfolk .

London: HODDER BROTHERS, 18 NEW BRIDGE STREET, E.C.

PRINTED BY NOPS & TARRANT, 19, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C.

CHAPTER I. THE ARRIVAL.

The tramp...

Army Boys on German Soil Our Doughboys Quelling the Mobs

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Army Boys on German Soil

[Illustration: "One move and I'll blow your brains out," he snapped.]

ARMY BOYS ON GERMAN SOIL

Our Doughboys Quelling the Mobs

BY

HOMER RANDALL

AUTHOR OF "ARMY BOYS IN FRANCE," "ARMY BOYS ON THE FIRING LINE," "ARMY BOYS MARCHING INTO GERMANY," ETC.

ARMY BOYS ON GERMAN SOIL

CONTENTS

CHAPTER

I THE FLASH FROM THE GUNS

II WRAPPED IN MYSTERY

III CAUGHT IN A STORM

IV THE RUINED CASTLE

V CONSPIRATORS

VI THE BAFFLED PLOTTERS

VII A CLOSE CALL

VIII JUST IN TIME

IX THE COLONEL'S WARNING

X FROM THE SKY

XI MARSHAL F...

Winning a Cause World War Stories –by: Inez Bigwood

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WINNING A CAUSE

by

JOHN GILBERT THOMPSON

In Flanders Now

(An Answer to Lt. Col. McCrae)

We have kept faith, ye Flanders' dead, Sleep well beneath those poppies red, That mark your place. The torch your dying hands did throw We 've held it high before the foe, And answered bitter blow for blow, In Flanders' fields.

And where your heroes' blood was spilled The guns are now forever stilled And silent grown. There is no moaning of the slain, There is n...

Somewhere in France

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[Illustration: With her eye for detail Marie observed that the young officer, instead of imparting information, received it.]

SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE

By RICHARD HARDING DAVIS

1915

TO HOPE DAVIS

CONTENTS

"SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE"

PLAYING DEAD

THE CARD SHARP

BILLY AND THE BIG STICK

THE BOY SCOUT

THE FRAME UP

"SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE"

Marie Gessler, known as Marie Chaumontel, Jeanne d'Avrechy, the Countess d'Aurillac, was German. Her father, who served through the Franco Prussian War, was a German spy. It was from her mother...

The Trial of Charles Random de Berenger, Sir Thomas Cochrane,commonly called Lord Cochrane –by: William Brodie Gurney

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THE

TRIAL

OF

CHARLES RANDOM DE BERENGER, SIR THOMAS COCHRANE, COMMONLY CALLED LORD COCHRANE, THE HON. ANDREW COCHRANE JOHNSTONE, RICHARD GATHORNE BUTT, RALPH SANDOM, ALEXANDER M'RAE, JOHN PETER HOLLOWAY, AND HENRY LYTE;

FOR

A CONSPIRACY,

IN THE

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, GUILDHALL,

ON

Wednesday the 8th, and Thursday the 9th of June, 1814 :

WITH THE

SUBSEQUENT PROCEEDINGS IN THE COURT OF KING'S BENCH:

TAKEN IN SHORT HAND BY WILLIAM BRODIE GURNEY, Short Hand Writer to both Houses of Parliament .

London: SOLD BY J. BUTTERWORTH AND SON, FLEET ST...

How Private George W. Peck Put Down The Rebellion or, The Funny Experiences of a Raw Recruit – 1887

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HOW PRIVATE GEORGE W. PECK PUT DOWN THE REBELLION

OR, THE FUNNY EXPERIENCES OF A RAW RECRUIT.

By George W. Peck

CHAPTER I.

The War Literature of the "Century" is very Confusing I am Resolved to tell the True Story of the War How and "Why I Became a Raw Recruit My Quarters My Horse My First Ride.

For the last year or more I have been reading the articles in the Century magazine, written by generals and things who served on both the Union and Confederate sides, and have been struck by the number of "decisive battles" that were ...

The Young Franc Tireurs And Their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War

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The Young Franc Tireurs And Their Adventures in the Franco Prussian War By G. A. Henty.

Contents

Preface. Chapter 1: The Outbreak Of War. Chapter 2: Terrible News. Chapter 3: Death To The Spy! Chapter 4: Starting For The Vosges. Chapter 5: The First Engagement. Chapter 6: The Tunnel Of Saverne. Chapter 7: A Baffled Project. Chapter 8: The Traitor. Chapter 9: A Desperate Fight. Chapter 10: The Bridge Of The Vesouze. Chapter 11: A Fight In The Vosges. Chapter 12: The Surprise. Chapter 13: The Escape. Chapter 14: A Perilous Expedition. Chapter 15: T...

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