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unc.edu> Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 16:22:10 -0500 (CDT) **This is Project Gutenberg's Newsletter for Wednesday, June 7, 2001** [This is such a long Newsletter is is broken into 2 parts, this is #1] [This Newsletter actually contains over 2 1/2 months worth of Etexts.] [I put most of the news items in the next part, other than headliners] Etexts Readable By Both Humans and Computers Since Before The Internet [Usually sent the first Wednesday of each month, delayed if by relay.] Main URL is promo.net Webmaster is Pietro di Miceli, of Rome, Italy *Check out our Websites at promo.net, and ask me for our FTP servers.* A RECORD BREAKING MONTH, WITH OVER 100 NEW OR IMPROVED FILES UPLOADED! [More below on this, and my apologies if this Newsletter appears to be cut and pasted a little bit, because it was. . .I have posted a dozen, or more, Etexts just while I was writing it, and I may not have pasted everything in the best possible place, or gone back to fill in a quite perfect transition between paragraphs. . .my apologies. . . . With 2600 eTexts online it now takes an average of 100,000,000 readers gaining a nominal value of $3.85 from each book, for Project Gutenberg to have given away $1,000,000,000,000 [One Trillion Dollars] in books. [100,000,000 readers is one to two percent of the world's population!] Last month at 2550 it was $3.92, and now at 2650 it is $3.77. . .it is amazing how fast we are making progress. . . . This month our volunteers have really outdone themselves!!! Last month we managed to post 16 or so of the April, 2001 Etexts, and not only do we have all of the April Etexts completed. . .AND all the May Etexts!! We also have over half of the June Etexts already online, which brings us just about to one year ahead of schedule!!! Last month we had posted to approximately Etext #2586 and we are up to #2679 as of this writing. . .that's 93 Etexts in one month!!!!!!! And that's not counting the updated postings of 8 more, so 101 new files!* Twice!!! as many as we were scheduled to do even with our new schedule of 40 Etext per month. This has prompted Greg Newby, our Mirror Sites Guru, to state that we should officially move to a new schedule of 50! *Actually we have more than 101 new files, as we did one reserved from March. . .Poems and Tales from Romania is finally online, though it is will continually be added to, hopefully for many decades to come. . .! And also the conclusion of The Circus Boys Series, making 102. . . .if I have been counting correctly, which is unlikely, as I have posted 12 books since I started writing this Newsletter. . . . THE CHALLENGE FROM GREG NEWBY As many of you know, Greg put our Etexts on our three main sites while I was away, and will be doing so again a month from now. So. . .I was
struck by the coincidence. . .and have accepted his challenge in a way that is most poetic. . . . Many of you also know that July 4th is our 30th 4th of July on the Net . . .completing our 29th year and starting our 30th. . .so I figured a good way to accept Greg's challenge would be to have HIM post 50 books between now and the 4th of July. [Actually the 5th of July, since the Newsletters go out on the first Wednesday of the month. And, in order to help him with this goal, I will work most of June with him, since I am delaying my next trip to Romania to coincide with the end of a part of the academic year there [thesis defenses, and all]. So. . .if our volunteers can keep feeding us materials to work with at this rate, we will officially move our schedule to 50 per month, as of our 30th 4th of July on the Internet, on an experimental basis. :-) Here is a note from Greg, to encourage fulfillment of the challenge: Haven't been in touch lately?? If you are working on a new etext, but you have not been contacted with one of Project Gutenberg's Directors, why not send us a note? We like to hear from you, even if you are not done with your etext yet. This helps us to coordinate volunteers, and keep track of what new etexts we can expect in the future. [He even matched my margins, no kidding!] You can reach him, and our Production Directors, as follows: John Bickers <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Greg Newby <email@example.com>, David Price <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Sue Asscher <email@example.com> We need some new Directors, Supervisors, or whatever to support our US volunteers. . .this can take as little or as much time as you like. *** I should add, for the record, that there ARE some numbers that haven't been filled. . .approximately 1% of them have been reserved, and a few have accidentally had the same edition placed in two separate numbers. All in all, since we never announce the Etexts until a month's are out there for download, we are about on the scheduled numbers you see, but I like to be totally honest about how many we have, so I always take a 1% deduction when giving these figures out. *** Table of Contents: Headline News Requests For Assistance Comments About Our New Files Index Listings for the New Files
Notes from Edupage and News Scan *** Headline News Internet Passes 300,000,000 users according to the New York Times, see Newsscan article below. This is still only about 10% of the total number of computers. . .now estimated at over 3,000,000,000. That means if everyone shared computers, each person could sit alone at a computer for 12 hours each day. . .or if each computer sat two people, everyone could be at a computer all the time. . . . Of course the computers are concentrated in one area, and the people in another. and [Gee, I wonder where he [or Gore] got this idea. . .hee hee] CLINTON SEES NET AS CURE FOR WORLD POVERTY In a speech to a conference in Berlin, President Clinton suggested that the Internet is a key to improving the economic well-being of the underdeveloped world: "If you have a printer and a computer in poor village, you don't have to be able to afford textbooks anymore. It's a far more efficient way for government to spread universal information" and to provide a way to allow poor people to market native arts and crafts to increase their income dramatically. (AP/USA Today 5 Jun 2000) http://www.usatoday.com/life/cyber/tech/cti017.htm CYBER PIRATES A company called Havenco has built what it calls a "data haven" on an abandoned military platform in the sea, six miles off Britain's coast, in order to offer communications services to clients who want to avoid monitoring by governmental authorities. Declaring his small fortress a sovereign country beyond the reach of British law, Havenco co-founder and chief executive Sean Hastings, a 32-year-old U.S. citizen, says, "Technology has made it easier to move information and hide information. Soon it will be impossible to trace where money is and who has money, and that will eventually force governments to move away from income taxes and toward consumption taxes." (New York Times 4 Jun 2000) http://partners.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/06/biztech/articles/04have.html STARTUP OFFERS LEGAL ALTERNATIVE TO NAPSTER Pointera, a Palo Alto-based startup that launches today, says its service is unique in that it enables portals and users to share files, including digital music files, legally through a standard Web browser. The service is conceptually similar to Napster and Gnutella, but rather than copying the desired files, the user "shares" the file, which remains on the original computer. "We enable the streaming of media files as opposed to people just downloading," says CEO Manish Vij. "What this means is you can just hit play from your hard disk instead of hitting copy. If you're simply playing that's the same as going to someone's house and watching a movie and is still covered by fair use under the copyright laws." The Pointera Search Engine enables portal servers to work directly with individual PCs for file-sharing. "The real issue here is that the technology essentially moves beyond MP3," says Gartner Group's Chris Le Tocq. "The Pointera technology is a business application, which we've never had before. Groups of people can
exchange files and work together... The interesting thing here is that this an instant process, it allows for peer to peer architecture. This is very different than the hierarchical architecture found on the Web today." (Internet.com 5 Jun 2000) E-BOOK SALES WILL SNAG 10% OF MARKET IN 2005 According to a study by Andersen Consulting, sales of electronic books will claim a total of 10% of the book market by 2005, with sales of $2.3 billion. About one third of those sales, or $700 million worth, will cannibalize books on paper. The trend will open up book publishing opportunities to more unknown authors, with online sales of as few as 100 being considered successful. The cost of creating an e-book runs only a few hundred dollars or less. (Reuters/TechWeb 1 Jun 2000) http://www.techweb.com/wire/story/reuters/REU20000601S0006 Requests For Assistance We need E.T.A. Hoffman books in English for David Bridson <firstname.lastname@example.org>. . .THIRD REQUEST!!! * We need the following by John Galsworthy FRATERNITY THE COUNTRY HOUSE THE ISLAND PHARISEES THE PATRICIAN Please contact: DAVID WIDGER <email@example.com> and cc:me Have been paying $5, will pay $10, maybe a bit more. * We are forming a Polish Team: but all the Polish books we find are from after 1923, and don't say their contents are from before then. . .please let me know if you can find an available source. . .and more volunteers for such a team. [Please reply to Eve Sobol <firstname.lastname@example.org> and cc: me. We need proofreaders for our French Jules Verne Etexts: Jan 1997 De La Terre a La Lune [in French] by Jules Verne#4[xlunexxx.xxx] 799 [We updated the binary version to file 8lune08, we still need more proofing!] We need: Dostoyevsky's The Devils [The Possessed] (1871-72) Reply to: John C Duronio <email@example.com>, and cc: me If any volunteers who are fluent in Welsh could help out in translating the copyright pages of books could they contact David Price, firstname.lastname@example.org I'd like to start on getting some Welsh texts done but am not fluent enough to translate copyright pages. I have, free for the asking, for anyone interested, four volumes of Edward Bulwer-Lytton's Works. Pre 1923 Collier edition. Vetted for copyright by
MH, etc. Cover's water damaged, but text in fine shape. Good for anyone wanting to scan and epublish the contents to Gutenberg. Ship from SF/USA Also, for the cost of shipping, I will give to anyone interested, a copy of the February 1999 Project Gutenberg CD's. Dave Ceponis <Metrik@aol.com> and cc:me Requested. . . . Books by David Lindsay: The Haunted Woman, 1922 And a personal request from me. . . . I will be giving a speech for the Hawaii Library Association, and would like to spend a little extra time there, never having been anywhere outside the Lower 48, Canada, and Romania, other than courtesy of Uncle Sam. . .so. . .If any of you can find me a place to stay, I would love it. . .Thanks!!! Michael Also, our emailer has been acting up this week, so if you sent anything in the past week that I have not answered, please resend. Sorry for the extra hassle. . . . Comments About Our New Files Index Listings for the New Files Jan 2001 TCB On The Plains, by Edgar B.P. Darlington [CB#5][05tcbxxx.xxx]2478 [We posted the first four quite some time ago, and reserved this slot.]
The following files have been reposted with significant improvements. [And some of the new math constants will be reposed without notices] Mar 1998 The Three Musketeers, by Alexandre Dumas [Pere #2][1muskxxx.xxx]1257 Nov 1999 Captain Blood, by Rafael Sabatini [R. Sabatini #3][cpbldxxx.xxx]1965 Nov 2000 Bardelys the Magnificent, by Rafael Sabatini [bardexxx.xxx]2389 Apr 1998 Heritage of the Desert, by Zane Grey[Zane Grey #6][hdsrtxxx.xxx]1262 May 1998 Riders of the Purple Sage, by Zane Grey [Grey #7][prpsgxxx.xxx]1300 Apr 1996 Desert Gold, by Zane Grey [Zane Grey #2][dgoldxxx.xxx] 502 Nov 1997 The Turmoil, A novel, by Booth Tarkington [BT#5] [turmoxxx.xxx]1098 [These are all now version 11] Jan 1997 De La Terre a La Lune [in French] by Jules Verne#4[xlunexxx.xxx] 799 **Please note. . .this is STILL only version 08. . .we just updated from 07.* We want to make sure we do other languages as well as possible, so if you know any French proofers, please let them know [and cc: me].[8lune08.txt/zip] And the Etexts for April, May, and most of June. . . . Starting with a few that were reserved earlier: Mar 2001 Poems and Tales from Romania, by Simona Sumanaru [patfrxxx.xxx]2538C Jan 2001 TCB On The Plains, by Edgar B.P. Darlington [CB#5][05tcbxxx.xxx]2478 [This concludes "The Circus Boys" series]
Jun 2001 Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius [medmaxxx.xxx]2680 [This book is currently only available in HTML format] Jun 2001 Poems of Emily Dickinson, Series Two [Emily D. #2][2mlydxxx.xxx]2679 Jun 2001 Poems of Emily Dickinson, Series One [Emily D. #1][1mlydxxx.xxx]2678 Jun 2001 Epistles from Pap, Letters from Andrew E. Durham [efpapxxx.xxx]2677C Jun 2001 The Bell-Ringer of Angel's, by Bret Harte [BH #34][tbroaxxx.xxx]2676 Contains: THE BELL-RINGER OF ANGEL'S JOHNNYBOY YOUNG ROBIN GRAY THE SHERIFF OF SISKYOU A ROSE OF GLENBOGIE THE MYSTERY OF THE HACIENDA CHU CHU MY FIRST BOOK Jun 2001 Burlesques, by Willam Makepeace Thackeray[WMT #17][brlsqxxx.xxx]2675 Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 The The The The Complete Complete Complete Complete Writings Writings Writings Writings of of of of Charles Charles Charles Charles Dudley Dudley Dudley Dudley Warner Warner Warner Warner V4[4warnxxx.xxx]2674 V3[3warnxxx.xxx]2673 V2[2warnxxx.xxx]2672 V1[1warnxxx.xxx]2671
Love-Songs of Childhood, by Eugene Field[Field #2][tlsocxxx.xxx]2670 The Life and Adventures of Baron Trenck - Volume 2[1labtxxx.xxx]2669 The Life and Adventures of Baron Trenck - Volume 1[1labtxxx.xxx]2668 The Vicar of Wakefield, by Oliver Goldsmith [OG#2][vicarxxx.xxx]2667
Jun 2001 The Poet at the Breakfast Table by O.W. Holmes #3][ptabtxxx.xxx]2666* Jun 2001 The Professor at the Breakfast Table, by OW Holmes[prabtxxx.xxx]2665 Also see: Dec 1996 Autocrat of Breakfast Table, Oliver Wendell Holmes[aofbtxxx.xxx] 751 Jun 2001 Zanoni, by Edward Bulwer Lytton [E. B. Lytton #7][zanonxxx.xxx]2664 Jun 2001 Minna von Barnhelm, by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing [minnaxxx.xxx]2663 Jun Jun Jun Jun 2001 2001 2001 2001 Under the Greenwood Tree, by Thomas Hardy[Hardy#8][ungwtxxx.xxx]2662 The Mellstock Quire, by Thomas Hardy [Hardy #8][ungwtxxx.xxx]2662 The Story Of A Mine, by Bret Harte[Bret Harte #33][tsoamxxx.xxx]2661 Early Australian Voyages, by John Pinkerton [ausvyxxx.xxx]2660
[Note. . .there was a Volume 8 in this particular edition. . .but it was a reprint of a much earlier work ABOUT Lincoln, not BY Lincoln, so left out] Jun 2001 The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Volume 7 [AH #9][7lincxxx.xxx]2659 Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 The The The The Writings Writings Writings Writings of of of of Abraham Abraham Abraham Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincoln, Volume Volume Volume Volume 6 5 4 3 [AH [AH [AH [AH #8][6lincxxx.xxx]2658 #7][5lincxxx.xxx]2657 #6][4lincxxx.xxx]2656 #5][3lincxxx.xxx]2655
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Volume 2 [AH #4][2lincxxx.xxx]2654 The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Volume 1 [AH #3][1lincxxx.xxx]2653 Personal Memoirs V2, General Philip Henry Sheridan[2shdnxxx.xxx]2652 Personal Memoirs V1, General Philip Henry Sheridan[1shdnxxx.xxx]2651
May 2001 [ xxx.xxx]2650 May 2001 Captains of the Civil War, by William Wood [cptcwxxx.xxx]2649 May 2001 George Cruikshank, by William M. Thackeray[WMT#16][cruikxxx.xxx]2648 May 2001 V1 Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay, by Trevelyan[1lllmxxx.xxx]2647 [Author's Full Name: George Otto Trevelyan] May 2001 John Leech's Pictures of Life and Character[WMT15][jlplcxxx.xxx]2646 [Author's Full Name: William Makepeace Thackaray] May 2001 The Second Funeral of Napoleon, by W. M. Thackeray[2napfxxx.xxx]2645 May 2001 Isaac Bickerstaff, by Richard Steele [iscbkxxx.xxx]2644 May 2001 John Bull, by J. Arbuthnot [jhnblxxx.xxx]2643 May 2001 Back Home, by Eugene Wood [bckhmxxx.xxx]2642 May 2001 A Room With A View, by E. M. Forster [Forster #2][rmwvwxxx.xxx]2641 May 2001 St. Martin's Summer, by Rafael Sabatini [RS #6] [stmsmxxx.xxx]2640 May 2001 Villa Rubein et al, by John Galsworthy [JG#7/FS#4][vlrbnxxx.xxx]2639 Contents: Villa Rubein A Man of Devon A Knight Salvation of a Forsyte [This is our 4th Forsyte piece] The Silence May 2001 The Idiot, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky [Dostoieffsky #5][idiotxxx.xxx]2638 [Also spelled: Dostoevsky, and several other variants, and Feodor/Fe"dor] May 2001 Youth, by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi[Tolstoy/Tolstoi #10][youthxxx.xxx]2637 May 2001 The Historical Nights' Entertainment, by Sabatini [hnitsxxx.xxx]2636 [Author's Full Name: Rafael Sabatini [#5]] May 2001 Clarence, by Bret Harte [Bret Harte #32] [clrncxxx.xxx]2635 The 8 Etexts listed below are from a series of essays by Thomas H. Huxley called Science and Hebrew Tradition May 2001 Evolution of Theology: An Anthropological Study#11[8sahtxxx.xxx]2634 [Full Title: The Evolution of Theology: An Anthropological Study] May 2001 Hasisadra's Adventure, by Thomas Henry Huxley[#10][7sahtxxx.xxx]2633 May 2001 The Lights of the Church and the Light of Science [6sahtxxx.xxx]2632 May 2001 Mr. Gladstone and Genesis, by Thomas Henry Huxley [5sahtxxx.xxx]2631 May 2001 Interpreters of Genesis and Interpreters of Nature[4sahtxxx.xxx]2630 [Full Title: The Interpreters of Genesis and the Interpreters of Nature] May 2001 Lectures on Evolution, by Thomas Henry Huxley[# 6][3sahtxxx.xxx]2629 May 2001 The Rise and Progress of Palaeontology[T.Huxley#5][2sahtxxx.xxx]2628 May 2001 On the Method of Zadig, by Thomas Henry Huxley[#4][1sahtxxx.xxx]2627 The 8 Etexts listed above are from a series of essays by Thomas H. Huxley called Science and Hebrew Tradition May May May May 2001 2001 2001 2001 The The The The Home Home Home Home Book Book Book Book of of of of Verse, Verse, Verse, Verse, by by by by Burton Burton Burton Burton E. E. E. E. Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson V8 V7 V6 V5 [8hbovxxx.xxx]2626 [7hbovxxx.xxx]2625 [6hbovxxx.xxx]2624 [5hbovxxx.xxx]2623
The four volumes below are now posted, the four above are reserved. . . .
May 2001 The Home Book of Verse, by Burton E. Stevenson V4 [4hbovxxx.xxx]2622 May 2001 The Home Book of Verse, by Burton E. Stevenson V3 [3hbovxxx.xxx]2621 May 2001 The Home Book of Verse, by Burton E. Stevenson V2 [2hbovxxx.xxx]2620 May 2001 The Home Book of Verse, by Burton E. Stevenson V1 [1hbovxxx.xxx]2619 [Author's Full Name: Burton Egbert Stevenson] Please Note: V4 and V5 correspond to the two halves of "Part IV" as they are listed in the two volume edition of over 3700 pages: half is in each volume. May 2001 A House-Boat on the Styx, by John Kendrick Bangs [hstyxxxx.xxx]2618 May 2001 Memoirs of General William T. Sherman, Volume 2 [2shrmxxx.xxx]2617 May 2001 Memoirs of General William T. Sherman, Volume 1 [1shrmxxx.xxx]2616 [Author's full name: William Tecumseh Sherman] May 2001 Discourses on Satire & Epic Poetry, by John Dryden[dscepxxx.xxx]2615 May 2001 History May 2001 History May 2001 History Also see: Dec 2000 History Sep 1998 History of England, James II> of England, James II> of England, James II> V. 5, Macaulay[#12][5hoejxxx.xxx]2614 V. 4, Macaulay[#11][4hoejxxx.xxx]2613 V. 3, Macaulay[#10][3hoejxxx.xxx]2612
of England, James II> Vol. 2, Macaulay[#9][2hoejxxx.xxx]2439 of England, James II> Vol. 1, Macaulay[#2][1hoejxxx.xxx]1468
Mon Year Title and Author [filename.ext]#### *****A "C" Following a Project Gutenberg Etext Number Indicates Copyright**** Apr 2001 Notre-Dame de Paris, by Victor Hugo [V. Hugo#3][hbackxxx.xxx]2610 Apr 2001 The Hunchback of Notre Dame, by Victor Hugo [VH#3][hbackxxx.xxx]2610 Apr 2001 The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Alexandre Dumas, Pere[vicomxxx.xxx]2609 Apr 2001 The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Alexandre Dumas, Pere[vicomxxh.xxx]2609 We are releasing this as BOTH vicom10.txt AND vicom10h.htm and in .zip files] Please see the introduction which describes the various books of this title, and how the various editions were published, and how they have been named, and what in what order to read them. Apr 2001 Roundabout Papers, by William Makepeace Thackeray [rndbtxxx.xxx]2608 Apr 2001 Psmith, Journalist, by P. G. Wodehouse[Wodehouse4][psmthxxx.xxx]2607 Apr 2001 The Pigeon Pie, by Charlotte M. Yonge[C. Yonge #4][pigpixxx.xxx]2606 Apr 2001 Noto/Unexplored Corner of Japan by Percival Lowell[notoxxxx.xxx]2605 Apr 2001 Noto, An Unexplored Corner of Japan, by P. Lowell [notoxxxx.xxx]2605 Apr 2001 The Longest Journey, by E. M. Forster [Forster #1][ljrnyxxx.xxx]2604 Apr 2001 Questionable Amusements and. . .by J. M. Judy [jmjdyxxx.xxx]2603 [Whole Title: Questionable Amusements and Worthy Substitutes, by J. M. Judy] Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 Queen Sheba's Ring, by H. Rider Haggard [HRH #10][shebaxxx.xxx]2602 Heartsease or Brother's Wife by Charlotte M. Yonge[hrtssxxx.xxx]2601 War and Peace, by by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi[Leo T #9][wrnpcxxx.xxx]2600 Legends and Tales, by Bret Harte [Bret Harte #31][landtxxx.xxx]2599 Urban Sketches, by Bret Harte [Bret Harte #30][rbnlgxxx.xxx]2598 Mrs. Skaggs's Husbands, by Bret Harte[B Harte #29][skggsxxx.xxx]2597 Awakening & To Let, John Galsworthy[Forsyte#3JG#6][toletxxx.xxx]2596 Ramsey Milholland, by Booth Tarkington/Booth T.#10[rmsymxxx.xxx]2595
Apr 2001 Indian Summer of a Forsyte, by John Galsworthy[#5][isoafxxx.xxx]2594
[This is Volume 2 of the Forsyte Saga, also see:] Mar 2001 Man of Property, by John Galsworthy[Forsyte#1JG#4][mnprpxxx.xxx]2559 Apr 2001 The Life of Stephen A. Douglas, by William Gardner[losadxxx.xxx]2593 Apr 2001 Grimms' Fairy Tales, by the Grimm Brothers Contains: THE GOLDEN BIRD HANS IN LUCK JORINDA AND JORINDEL THE TRAVELLING MUSICIANS OLD SULTAN THE STRAW, THE COAL, AND THE BEAN BRIAR ROSE THE DOG AND THE SPARROW THE TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE THE WILLOW-WREN AND THE BEAR THE FROG-PRINCE CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP THE GOOSE-GIRL THE ADVENTURES OF CHANTICLEER AND PARTLET 1. HOW THEY WENT TO THE MOUNTAINS TO EAT NUTS 2. HOW CHANTICLEER AND PARTLET WENT TO VIST MR KORBES RAPUNZEL FUNDEVOGEL THE VALIANT LITTLE TAILOR HANSEL AND GRETEL THE MOUSE, THE BIRD, AND THE SAUSAGE MOTHER HOLLE LITTLE RED-CAP [LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD] THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM TOM THUMB RUMPELSTILTSKIN CLEVER GRETEL THE OLD MAN AND HIS GRANDSON THE LITTLE PEASANT FREDERICK AND CATHERINE SWEETHEART ROLAND SNOWDROP THE PINK CLEVER ELSIE THE MISER IN THE BUSH ASHPUTTEL THE WHITE SNAKE THE WOLF AND THE SEVEN LITTLE KIDS THE QUEEN BEE THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER THE JUNIPER-TREE THE TURNIP CLEVER HANS THE THREE LANGUAGES THE FOX AND THE CAT THE FOUR CLEVER BROTHERS LILY AND THE LION THE FOX AND THE HORSE THE BLUE LIGHT THE RAVEN THE GOLDEN GOOSE [grimmxxx.xxx]2591
THE WATER OF LIFE THE TWELVE HUNTSMEN THE KING OF THE GOLDEN MOUNTAIN DOCTOR KNOWALL THE SEVEN RAVENS THE WEDDING OF MRS FOX FIRST STORY SECOND STORY THE SALAD THE STORY OF THE YOUTH WHO WENT FORTH TO LEARN WHAT FEAR WAS KING GRISLY-BEARD IRON HANS CAT-SKIN SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED Apr 2001 Guy Mannering, by Walter Scott [Walter Scott #13][guymnxxx.xxx]2590 Apr 2001 Experiences of a Bandmaster, by John Philip Sousa [sousaxxx.xxx]2589 Apr 2001 Stories by English Authors in Scotland, Scribs Ed.[sbeasxxx.xxx]2588 [This series was credited as edited by Scribners] Contains: The Courting of T'nowhead's Bell J. M. Barrie "The Heather Lintie" S. R. Crockett A Doctor of the Old School Ian Maclaren Wandering Willie's Tale Sir Walter Scott The Glenmutchkin Railway Professor Aytoun Thrawn Janet Robert Louis Stevenson Also see our Stories by Enlish Authors in France, Germany, Africa, etc, etc.] Apr 2001 Life Is A Dream, by Pedro Calderon de la Barca Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 The The The The The The The The The The first first first Value [lfdrmxxx.xxx]2587
498 Bernoulli Numbers[Math Constant #22][brnllxxx.xxx]2586 1001 Fibonacci Numbers[Math Constant#21][fbnccxxx.xxx]2585 1000 Euler Numbers [Math Constant #20][eulerxxx.xxx]2584 of Zeta(3) to 1,000,000 Places[Math #19][zeta3xxx.xxx]2583 OCFV6[06ocfxxx.xxx]2582 OCFV5[05ocfxxx.xxx]2581 OCFV4[04ocfxxx.xxx]2580 OCFV3[03ocfxxx.xxx]2579 OCFV2[02ocfxxx.xxx]2578 OCFV1[01ocfxxx.xxx]2577
Modern Regime V2, by Hippolyte A. Taine Modern Regime V1, by Hippolyte A. Taine French Revolution V3, by Hippolyte Taine French Revolution V2, by Hippolyte Taine French Revolution V1, by Hippolyte Taine Ancient Regime, by Hippolyte A. Taine
Apr 2001 Alps and Sanctuaries, by Samuel Butler [Butler #5][alpsnxxx.xxx]2576 [Full Title: Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino] Apr 2001 Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit, by Colerige #2[cfinqxxx.xxx]2575 [Full: Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit etc., by Samuel Taylor Coleridge] Apr Apr Apr Apr 2001 2001 2001 2001 On the Frontier, by Bret Harte [Bret Harte #28][frntrxxx.xxx]2574 The Caged Lion, by Charlotte M. Yonge [Yonge #2] [cgdlnxxx.xxx]2573 On the Decay of the Art of Lying, by Mark Twain 17[lyingxxx.xxx]2572 Peace, by Aristophanes [Aristophanes #2][peacexxx.xxx]2571
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