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In the table below click on the appropriate box to go to the library for your mobile device. Download to your hard disk a zipped folder containing a complete set of all the eBooks of that author listed in the index; the index included with the set will link off-line to all the downloaded files, volumes, books, chapters, stories and illustrations in each set.
These sets frequently includes complete sets of. Quotations, Portraits and Illustrations:. This collection also includes complete sets of. Jacques Casanova. Lord Chesterfield. Dumas Celebrated Crimes. Georg Ebers. Confessions of Lorrequer. Jean de La Fontaine. John Galsworthy. Oliver Wendell Holmes. William Dean Howells. Abraham Lincoln's Writings. Immortals of The French Academy. Michel de Montaigne.
George Meredith. John Lothrop Motley. Gilbert Parker. Diary of Samuel Pepys. Confessions of J. Mark Twain. Guy de Maupassant. Charles Dudley Warner. Christopher Columbus. Quotes from Historic Court Memoirs Alexandre Dumas , Pere John Galsworthy Oliver Wendell Holmes , Sr. Abraham Lincoln Guy de Maupassant Civil War Generals. Mark Twain Charles Dudley Warner John McElroy Book 1. Book 2. Book 3. Book 4. Book 5. Book 6. Other Works:.
William Dean Howells Literature and Life. Literary Friends. Stories Of Ohio. Roman Holidays and Others. Familiar Spanish Travels. Quaint Courtships. Questionable Shapes. Seven English Cities. Annie Kilburn. Southern Lights and Shadows. Venetian Life. Suburban Sketches. A Foregone Conclusion.
The Lady of the Aroostook. The Minister's Charge. A Modern Instance. The Leatherwood God. London Films. Modern Italian Poets. Through the Eye of the Needle. A Traveler from Altruria. Italian Journeys. Henry James, Jr. A Psychological Counter-current in Recent Fiction. Eugene Sue The Wandering Jew. The Knight of Malta.
Napoleon: Memoirs. Court Memoirs. The Dwelling Place of Light. Crewe's Career. A Far Country. The Inside of The Cup. Richard Carvel. A Modern Chronicle. The Celebrity. The Crisis. The Crossing. Jonathan Play. A Traveller in Wartime. Essay on The American Contribution. The Complete Diary of Samuel Pepys. George Meredith Ordeal of Richard Feverel. Sandra Belloni. Rhoda Fleming. Evan Harrington. Harry Richmond. Beauchamps Career. The Tragic Comedians. Diana of The Crossways. One of Our Conquerors.
Lord Ormont and His Aminta. The Amazing Marriage. Celt and Saxon.
The Mysterious Stranger, And Other Stories
Tausi the Peacock live in peace with other birds, admiring how other birds can fly far and wanted to fly far also. But he cannot even fly far in order to collect food and the other birds mock …. He decided to make one and need his uncles help for tools in building a tricycle on his own. Chaku was very resourceful although he manage to make a very nice looking tricycle it was not sturdy enough to ride. Lila saw ….
The Stolen White Elephant
The following curious history was related to me by a chance railway acquaintance. He was a gentleman more than seventy years of age, and his thoroughly good and gentle face and earnest and sincere manner imprinted the unmistakable stamp of truth upon every statement which fell from his lips. He said: You know in what reverence the royal white elephant of Siam is held by the people of that country. You know it is sacred to kings, only kings may possess it, and that it is, indeed, in a measure even superior to kings, since it receives not merely honor but worship. Very well; five years ago, when the troubles concerning the frontier line arose between Great Britain and Siam, it was presently manifest that Siam had been in the wrong. Therefore every reparation was quickly made, and the British representative stated that he was satisfied and the past should be forgotten.