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Lucia Rudini Somewhere in Italy –by: Martha Trent

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LUCIA RUDINI

Somewhere in Italy

by

MARTHA TRENT

Illustrated by Chas. L. Wrenn

[Illustration: Cover art Lucia Rudini.]

[Frontispiece: "My pet, see how you frightened the brave Austrian soldier"]

New York Barse & Hopkins Publishers Copyright, 1918 by Barse & Hopkins

DEDICATED TO

R. J. U.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER

I CELLINO II MARIA III BEFORE DAYBREAK IV LOST V IN THE TOOL SHED VI GARIBALDI PERFORMS VII THE BEGGAR VIII THE SURPRISE ATTACK IX THE BRIDGE X GARIBAL...

Norman Ten Hundred A Record of the 1st (Service) Bn. Royal Guernsey Light Infantry –by: A. Stanley Blicq

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NORMAN TEN HUNDRED

by

A. STANLEY BLICQ.

A Record of the 1st (Service) Bn. Royal Guernsey Light Infantry

Guernsey: Printed at The Guernsey Press Co., Ltd., Smith Street and Le Marchant Street. 1920.

This modest work is dedicated to:

Mrs. P. EREAUX,

in appreciation of her genial personality, strong moral courage and unhesitating adherence to duty as she conceived it.

And also to:

GEORGE W. CLARKE, Esq.,

in memory of those Great Days when we marched the Long T...

Ronald Morton, or the Fire Ships A Story of the Last Naval War

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Ronald Morton, or the Fire Ships; A Story of the Last Naval War, by W.H.G. Kingston.

This is quite a difficult book to get the gist of. It is a tale of inheritance. A family inhabiting a castle in Shetland, a group of islands to the north of Scotland, is also apparently entitled to a title and lands in Spain and elsewhere. But who of the Shetland family is the rightful heir? The Spanish usurpers are well aware that the true heir is in Shetland, and their agent is a priest who appears sev...

The Message

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THE MESSAGE

[Illustration: "I SAW THAT QUEEN OF ANCIENT BRITONS AT THE HEAD OF HER WILD, SHAGGY LEGIONS" ( See page 233 )]

The Message

By A. J. DAWSON

Author of "Hidden Manna," "African Nights Entertainments," "Daniel Whyte," "God's Foundling," "Ronald Kestrel," etc.

Illustrated from Color Sketches By H. M. BROCK

[Device]

DANA ESTES & COMPANY, BOSTON ...

The French Twins

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To all friends of the brave children of France

Map of the Voyage

THE FRENCH TWINS

by

Lucy Fitch Perkins

CONTENTS

I. THE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE II. ON THE WAY HOME III. THE COMING OF THE GERMANS IV. THE RETURN OF THE FRENCH V. AT MADAME COUDERT'S VI. THE BURNING OF THE CATHEDRAL VII. HOME AGAIN VIII. REFUGEES IX. THE FOREIGN LEGION X. FONTANELLE XI. A SURPRISE XII. MORNING IN THE MEADOW XIII. CHILDREN OF THE LEGION

I. THE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE

The sunlight of the clear September afternoon shon...

Macaria

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MACARIA

by

AUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON

Author of "Beulah," "St. Elmo," "Infelice," Etc., Etc.

[Illustration: "Urging her to visit them as often as possible, Mr. Young withdrew." ( Chapter IX ) Frontispiece ]

Ward, Lock & Co., Limited London and Melbourne 1921

CONTENTS

CHAP. PAGE

I RUSSELL AUBREY 5

II IRENE'S FRIENDSHIP 13

III THE MISSING WATCH 19

IV ELECTRA'S DISCOVERY ...

Fighting France –by: St

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FIGHTING FRANCE

BY

STEPHANE LAUZANNE LIEUTENANT IN THE FRENCH ARMY, CHEVALIER OF THE LEGION OF HONOR EDITOR IN CHIEF OF THE "MATIN," MEMBER OF THE FRENCH MISSION TO THE UNITED STATES

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JAMES M. BECK, LL.D. LATE ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES

TRANSLATED BY JOHN L. B. WILLIAMS, A.M. SOMETIME FELLOW OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

D. APPLETON AND COMPANY NEW YORK LONDON

1918

Copyright, 1918, by

D. APPLETON AND COMPANY

Printed in the United States of America

TO

MY CHIEFS MY COMRADES MY MEN WHO ARE FIGHTING FOR THE GREA...

Herbert Hoover The Man and His Work –by: Vernon L. (Vernon Lyman) Kellogg

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HERBERT HOOVER THE MAN AND HIS WORK

BY VERNON KELLOGG AUTHOR OF "HEADQUARTERS NIGHTS," ETC.

D. APPLETON AND COMPANY NEW YORK LONDON 1920

COPYRIGHT, 1920, BY D. APPLETON AND COMPANY

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

DEDICATED TO MY COMPANIONS OF THE C. R. B.

PREFACE

No man can have reached the position in the public eye, can have had such influence in the councils of our own government and in the fate of other governments, can have been so conspicuously effective in public service as has Herbert Hoover, without exciting a wide publi...

The Colored Regulars in the United States Army

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THE COLORED REGULARS

IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY

With a Sketch of the History of the Colored American, and an Account of His Services in the Wars of the Country, from the Period of the Revolutionary War to 1899.

INTRODUCTORY LETTER FROM

Lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles Commanding the Army of the United States.

By CHAPLAIN T.G. STEWARD, D.D., Twenty fifth U.S. Infantry.

Philadelphia A.M.E. Book Concern, 631 Pine Street.

1904

[Illustration: Chaplain T.G. Steward, D.D.]

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

INTRODUCTORY.

CHAPTER ...

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