1 edition of A miscellany of Britain found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Tom O"Meara|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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One was to be for a young boy for whom I thought the contents would be brief enough to dip in and out of, while amusing and, in many cases, educational/5(3).
A Miscellany of Britain is a A miscellany of Britain book collection of entertaining information from many different sources, which adds up to an illuminating snapshot of the country and its people.4/5(2).
Books on church history go from the "heavy going" to the "scintillating". This book is very much toward the latter end of that spectrum. To own a copy will be to have a record of "all the great works of the Lord" that have blesses Great Britain for so long, and which we pray the Lord will be pleased to restore in our day.'Rev.
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Schott's Original Miscellany was published with little fanfare, but after an article in the Guardian, in which the book was described as the book as the "publishing sensation of the year", sales increased, and within weeks Schott's Original Miscellany was at No.
Robert McCrum said of the book in The Observer: "Originality is like charisma. It's hard to define, but we know it when we find it Alma mater: Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge.
The Battle of Britain: A Miscellany by Norman Ferguson A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.
The spine remains undamaged. At. Monumenta Britannica: or, A miscellany of British antiquities, Volume 2 John Aubrey, John Fowles Dorset Pub.
Co., May 1, - Social Science - pages. The book of days: a miscellany of popular antiquities in connection with the calendar, including anecdote, biography & history, curiosities of literature, and oddities of human life and character by Chambers, Robert, Pages: Filed under: Great Britain -- History -- Anecdotes.
Cameos From English History, From Rollo to Edward II, by Charlotte M. Yonge. page images at MOA; Gutenberg text; The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection With the Calendar (London and Edinburgh: W. and R. Chambers, ), by Robert Chambers (HTML at ). Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Telling the stories of the commanders, the air raids, the pilots, the aircraft and the vital use of the world's first radar air defence system, this comprehensive miscellany is a compelling guide to this most crucial of Second World War battles - the first to be fought solely in the air.
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Telling the stories of the commanders, the air raids, the pilots, the aircraft and the vital use of the world’s first radar air defence system, this comprehensive miscellany is a compelling guide to this most crucial of Second World War battles – the first to be fought solely in the : Summersdale Publishers Ltd.
'Originally taught to Crown College students from the USA working in the UK, in order to give them an appreciation of the Christian heritage of the British Isles. This is what lies behind the interesting and accesible way the book is written. It starts with the coming. Stig Abell’s aim was to come up with a modern, adult version of those children’s encyclopedias a pre-Google generation grew up dipping in and out of, a sort of Schott’s Miscellany of Britain Author: Gaby Hinsliff.In fact one book I found had a very interesting title - “ A Maritimer’s Miscellany ” fascinating Facts About Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
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Mary’s River to. From Schott's Original Miscellany to The Unbelievable Truth: the art of the Christmas trivia book This being Britain, the Schott backlash began early.
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