Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Vol. 15
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  • LIBRARY OF THE
  • WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE
    • ANCIENT AND MODERN CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
      • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE GEORGE HENRY WARNER
        • Connoisseur Edition Vol. XV.
        • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
      • Connoisseur Edition Vol. XV.
      • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
      • Connoisseur Edition
    • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE GEORGE HENRY WARNER
      • Connoisseur Edition Vol. XV.
      • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
    • Connoisseur Edition Vol. XV.
    • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
    • Connoisseur Edition
    • THE ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • VOL. XV
    • VOL. XV
    • FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS
      • VOLUME XV
      • VIGNETTE PORTRAITS
    • VOLUME XV
    • VIGNETTE PORTRAITS
    • FOLK-SONG
    • SAMUEL FOOTE
      • (1720-1777)
      • HOW TO BE A LAWYER
        • From 'The Lame Lover'
      • From 'The Lame Lover'
      • A MISFORTUNE IN ORTHOGRAPHY
        • From 'The Lame Lover'
      • From 'The Lame Lover'
      • FROM THE 'MEMOIRS'
        • A Cure for Bad Poetry
        • The Retort Courteous
        • On Garrick's Stature
        • Cape Wine
        • The Graces
        • The Debtor
        • Affectation
        • Arithmetical Criticism
        • The Dear Wife
        • Garrick and the Guinea
        • Dr. Paul Hifferman
        • Foote and Macklin
        • Baron Newman
        • Mrs. Abington
        • Garlic-Eaters
        • Mode of Burying Attorneys in London
        • Dining Badly
        • Dibble Davis
        • An Extraordinary Case
        • Mutability of the World
        • An Appropriate Motto
        • Real Friendship
        • Anecdote of an Author
        • Dr. Blair
        • Advice To a Dramatic Writer
        • The Grafton Ministry
      • A Cure for Bad Poetry
      • The Retort Courteous
      • On Garrick's Stature
      • Cape Wine
      • The Graces
      • The Debtor
      • Affectation
      • Arithmetical Criticism
      • The Dear Wife
      • Garrick and the Guinea
      • Dr. Paul Hifferman
      • Foote and Macklin
      • Baron Newman
      • Mrs. Abington
      • Garlic-Eaters
      • Mode of Burying Attorneys in London
      • Dining Badly
      • Dibble Davis
      • An Extraordinary Case
      • Mutability of the World
      • An Appropriate Motto
      • Real Friendship
      • Anecdote of an Author
      • Dr. Blair
      • Advice To a Dramatic Writer
      • The Grafton Ministry
    • (1720-1777)
    • HOW TO BE A LAWYER
      • From 'The Lame Lover'
    • From 'The Lame Lover'
    • A MISFORTUNE IN ORTHOGRAPHY
      • From 'The Lame Lover'
    • From 'The Lame Lover'
    • FROM THE 'MEMOIRS'
      • A Cure for Bad Poetry
      • The Retort Courteous
      • On Garrick's Stature
      • Cape Wine
      • The Graces
      • The Debtor
      • Affectation
      • Arithmetical Criticism
      • The Dear Wife
      • Garrick and the Guinea
      • Dr. Paul Hifferman
      • Foote and Macklin
      • Baron Newman
      • Mrs. Abington
      • Garlic-Eaters
      • Mode of Burying Attorneys in London
      • Dining Badly
      • Dibble Davis
      • An Extraordinary Case
      • Mutability of the World
      • An Appropriate Motto
      • Real Friendship
      • Anecdote of an Author
      • Dr. Blair
      • Advice To a Dramatic Writer
      • The Grafton Ministry
    • A Cure for Bad Poetry
    • The Retort Courteous
    • On Garrick's Stature
    • Cape Wine
    • The Graces
    • The Debtor
    • Affectation
    • Arithmetical Criticism
    • The Dear Wife
    • Garrick and the Guinea
    • Dr. Paul Hifferman
    • Foote and Macklin
    • Baron Newman
    • Mrs. Abington
    • Garlic-Eaters
    • Mode of Burying Attorneys in London
    • Dining Badly
    • Dibble Davis
    • An Extraordinary Case
    • Mutability of the World
    • An Appropriate Motto
    • Real Friendship
    • Anecdote of an Author
    • Dr. Blair
    • Advice To a Dramatic Writer
    • The Grafton Ministry
    • JOHN FORD
      • (1586-?)
      • FROM 'PERKIN WARBECK'
      • PENTHEA'S DYING SONG
        • From 'The Broken Heart'
      • From 'The Broken Heart'
      • FROM 'THE LOVER'S MELANCHOLY'
        • Amethus and Menaphon
      • Amethus and Menaphon
    • (1586-?)
    • FROM 'PERKIN WARBECK'
    • PENTHEA'S DYING SONG
      • From 'The Broken Heart'
    • From 'The Broken Heart'
    • FROM 'THE LOVER'S MELANCHOLY'
      • Amethus and Menaphon
    • Amethus and Menaphon
    • FRIEDRICH, BARON DE LA MOTTE FOUQUÉ
      • (1777-1843)
      • THE MARRIAGE OF UNDINE
        • From 'Undine'
      • From 'Undine'
      • THE LAST APPEARANCE OF UNDINE
        • From 'Undine'
      • From 'Undine'
      • SONG FROM 'MINSTREL LOVE'
    • (1777-1843)
    • THE MARRIAGE OF UNDINE
      • From 'Undine'
    • From 'Undine'
    • THE LAST APPEARANCE OF UNDINE
      • From 'Undine'
    • From 'Undine'
    • SONG FROM 'MINSTREL LOVE'
    • ANATOLE FRANCE
      • (1844-)
      • IN THE GARDENS
        • From 'The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard.' Copyright, 1890, by Harper & Brothers
      • From 'The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard.' Copyright, 1890, by Harper & Brothers
      • CHILD-LIFE
        • From 'The Book of My Friend'
      • From 'The Book of My Friend'
      • FROM 'THE GARDEN OF EPICURUS'
      • ST. FRANCIS D'ASSISI
        • (1182-1226)
      • (1182-1226)
      • ORDER
        • [Our Lord Speaks]
      • [Our Lord Speaks]
      • THE CANTICLE OF THE SUN
    • (1844-)
    • IN THE GARDENS
      • From 'The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard.' Copyright, 1890, by Harper & Brothers
    • From 'The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard.' Copyright, 1890, by Harper & Brothers
    • CHILD-LIFE
      • From 'The Book of My Friend'
    • From 'The Book of My Friend'
    • FROM 'THE GARDEN OF EPICURUS'
    • ST. FRANCIS D'ASSISI
      • (1182-1226)
    • (1182-1226)
    • ORDER
      • [Our Lord Speaks]
    • [Our Lord Speaks]
    • THE CANTICLE OF THE SUN
    • BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
      • (1706-1790)
      • OF FRANKLIN'S FAMILY AND EARLY LIFE
        • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • FRANKLIN'S JOURNEY TO PHILADELPHIA: HIS ARRIVAL THERE
        • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • FRANKLIN AS A PRINTER
        • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • RULES OF HEALTH
        • From Poor Richard's Almanack: 1742
      • From Poor Richard's Almanack: 1742
      • THE WAY TO WEALTH
        • From Poor Richard's Almanack
      • From Poor Richard's Almanack
      • SPEECH IN THE FEDERAL CONVENTION, IN FAVOR OF OPENING ITS SESSIONS WITH PRAYER
      • ON WAR
      • REVENGE
      • Letter to Madame Helvétius
      • THE EPHEMERA; AN EMBLEM OF HUMAN LIFE
      • Letter to Madame Brillon of Passy, written in 1778
      • A PROPHECY
      • Letter to Lord Kames, January 3d, 1760
      • EARLY MARRIAGES
      • Letter to John Alleyne, dated Craven Street, August 9th, 1768
      • THE ART OF VIRTUE
        • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • (1706-1790)
    • OF FRANKLIN'S FAMILY AND EARLY LIFE
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • FRANKLIN'S JOURNEY TO PHILADELPHIA: HIS ARRIVAL THERE
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • FRANKLIN AS A PRINTER
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • RULES OF HEALTH
      • From Poor Richard's Almanack: 1742
    • From Poor Richard's Almanack: 1742
    • THE WAY TO WEALTH
      • From Poor Richard's Almanack
    • From Poor Richard's Almanack
    • SPEECH IN THE FEDERAL CONVENTION, IN FAVOR OF OPENING ITS SESSIONS WITH PRAYER
    • ON WAR
    • REVENGE
    • Letter to Madame Helvétius
    • THE EPHEMERA; AN EMBLEM OF HUMAN LIFE
    • Letter to Madame Brillon of Passy, written in 1778
    • A PROPHECY
    • Letter to Lord Kames, January 3d, 1760
    • EARLY MARRIAGES
    • Letter to John Alleyne, dated Craven Street, August 9th, 1768
    • THE ART OF VIRTUE
      • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • From the 'Autobiography,' in Bigelow's Edition of Franklin's Works
    • LOUIS HONORÉ FRECHETTE
      • (1839-)
      • OUR HISTORY
        • Fragments from 'La Légende d'un Peuple': translated by Maurice Francis Egan
      • Fragments from 'La Légende d'un Peuple': translated by Maurice Francis Egan
      • CAUGHNAWAGA
        • Paraphrased by Maurice Francis Egan
      • Paraphrased by Maurice Francis Egan
      • LOUISIANA
        • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
      • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
      • THE DREAM OF LIFE
      • To My Son
        • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
      • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
    • (1839-)
    • OUR HISTORY
      • Fragments from 'La Légende d'un Peuple': translated by Maurice Francis Egan
    • Fragments from 'La Légende d'un Peuple': translated by Maurice Francis Egan
    • CAUGHNAWAGA
      • Paraphrased by Maurice Francis Egan
    • Paraphrased by Maurice Francis Egan
    • LOUISIANA
      • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
    • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
    • THE DREAM OF LIFE
    • To My Son
      • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
    • Paraphrased from 'Les Feuilles Volantes,' by Maurice Francis Egan
    • HAROLD FREDERIC
      • (1856-)
      • THE LAST RITE
        • From 'The Damnation of Theron Ware.' Copyright 1896, by Stone & Kimball
      • From 'The Damnation of Theron Ware.' Copyright 1896, by Stone & Kimball
    • (1856-)
    • THE LAST RITE
      • From 'The Damnation of Theron Ware.' Copyright 1896, by Stone & Kimball
    • From 'The Damnation of Theron Ware.' Copyright 1896, by Stone & Kimball
    • EDWARD AUGUSTUS FREEMAN
      • (1823-1892)
      • THE ALTERED ASPECTS OF ROME
        • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' Third Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1879
      • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' Third Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1879
      • THE CONTINUITY OF ENGLISH HISTORY
        • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
      • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
      • RACE AND LANGUAGE
        • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
      • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
      • THE NORMAN COUNCIL AND THE ASSEMBLY OF LILLEBONNE
        • From 'The History of the Norman Conquest of England'
      • From 'The History of the Norman Conquest of England'
    • (1823-1892)
    • THE ALTERED ASPECTS OF ROME
      • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' Third Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1879
    • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' Third Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1879
    • THE CONTINUITY OF ENGLISH HISTORY
      • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
    • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
    • RACE AND LANGUAGE
      • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
    • From 'Historical Essays of Edward A. Freeman,' First Series. London, Macmillan & Co., 1871
    • THE NORMAN COUNCIL AND THE ASSEMBLY OF LILLEBONNE
      • From 'The History of the Norman Conquest of England'
    • From 'The History of the Norman Conquest of England'
    • FERDINAND FREILIGRATH
      • (1810-1876)
      • THE EMIGRANTS
      • THE LION'S RIDE
      • REST IN THE BELOVED
      • (Ruhe in der Geliebten)
      • OH, LOVE SO LONG AS LOVE THOU CANST
    • (1810-1876)
    • THE EMIGRANTS
    • THE LION'S RIDE
    • REST IN THE BELOVED
    • (Ruhe in der Geliebten)
    • OH, LOVE SO LONG AS LOVE THOU CANST
    • GUSTAV FREYTAG
      • (1816-1895)
      • THE GERMAN PROFESSOR
        • From 'The Lost Manuscript'
      • From 'The Lost Manuscript'
    • (1816-1895)
    • THE GERMAN PROFESSOR
      • From 'The Lost Manuscript'
    • From 'The Lost Manuscript'
    • FRIEDRICH FROEBEL
      • (1782-1852)
      • THE RIGHT OF THE CHILD
      • EVOLUTION
        • From 'The Mottoes and Commentaries of Mother-Play.' Copyright 1895, by D. Appleton & Co.
      • From 'The Mottoes and Commentaries of Mother-Play.' Copyright 1895, by D. Appleton & Co.
      • THE LAWS OF THE MIND
        • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
      • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
      • FOR THE CHILDREN
        • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
      • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
      • MOTIVES
        • From 'The Education of Man.' By permission of Josephine Jarvis, the translator, and A. Lovell & Co., publishers
      • From 'The Education of Man.' By permission of Josephine Jarvis, the translator, and A. Lovell & Co., publishers
      • APHORISMS
    • (1782-1852)
    • THE RIGHT OF THE CHILD
    • EVOLUTION
      • From 'The Mottoes and Commentaries of Mother-Play.' Copyright 1895, by D. Appleton & Co.
    • From 'The Mottoes and Commentaries of Mother-Play.' Copyright 1895, by D. Appleton & Co.
    • THE LAWS OF THE MIND
      • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
    • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
    • FOR THE CHILDREN
      • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
    • From 'The Letters of Froebel'
    • MOTIVES
      • From 'The Education of Man.' By permission of Josephine Jarvis, the translator, and A. Lovell & Co., publishers
    • From 'The Education of Man.' By permission of Josephine Jarvis, the translator, and A. Lovell & Co., publishers
    • APHORISMS
    • FROISSART
      • (1337-1410?)
      • THE INVASION OF FRANCE BY KING EDWARD III., AND THE BATTLE OF CRÉCY
        • From the 'Chronicles': Translation of John Bourchier, Lord Berners
        • How the King of England Rode Through Normandy
        • Of the Great Assembly that the French King Made to Resist the King of England
        • Of the Battle of Caen, and How the Englishmen Took the Town
        • How the French King Followed the King of England in Beauvoisinois
        • Of the Battle of Blanche-Taque
        • Of the Order of the Englishmen at Cressy
        • The Order of the Frenchmen at Cressy, and How they Beheld the Demeanor of the Englishmen
        • Of the Battle of Cressy, August 26th, 1346
      • From the 'Chronicles': Translation of John Bourchier, Lord Berners
      • How the King of England Rode Through Normandy
      • Of the Great Assembly that the French King Made to Resist the King of England
      • Of the Battle of Caen, and How the Englishmen Took the Town
      • How the French King Followed the King of England in Beauvoisinois
      • Of the Battle of Blanche-Taque
      • Of the Order of the Englishmen at Cressy
      • The Order of the Frenchmen at Cressy, and How they Beheld the Demeanor of the Englishmen
      • Of the Battle of Cressy, August 26th, 1346
    • (1337-1410?)
    • THE INVASION OF FRANCE BY KING EDWARD III., AND THE BATTLE OF CRÉCY
      • From the 'Chronicles': Translation of John Bourchier, Lord Berners
      • How the King of England Rode Through Normandy
      • Of the Great Assembly that the French King Made to Resist the King of England
      • Of the Battle of Caen, and How the Englishmen Took the Town
      • How the French King Followed the King of England in Beauvoisinois
      • Of the Battle of Blanche-Taque
      • Of the Order of the Englishmen at Cressy
      • The Order of the Frenchmen at Cressy, and How they Beheld the Demeanor of the Englishmen
      • Of the Battle of Cressy, August 26th, 1346
    • From the 'Chronicles': Translation of John Bourchier, Lord Berners
    • How the King of England Rode Through Normandy
    • Of the Great Assembly that the French King Made to Resist the King of England
    • Of the Battle of Caen, and How the Englishmen Took the Town
    • How the French King Followed the King of England in Beauvoisinois
    • Of the Battle of Blanche-Taque
    • Of the Order of the Englishmen at Cressy
    • The Order of the Frenchmen at Cressy, and How they Beheld the Demeanor of the Englishmen
    • Of the Battle of Cressy, August 26th, 1346
    • JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
      • (1818-1894)
      • THE GROWTH OF ENGLAND'S NAVY
        • From 'English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century'
      • From 'English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century'
      • THE DEATH OF COLONEL GORING
        • From 'Two Chiefs of Dunboy'
      • From 'Two Chiefs of Dunboy'
      • SCIENTIFIC METHOD APPLIED TO HISTORY
        • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
      • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
      • THE DEATH OF THOMAS BECKET
        • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
      • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
      • CHARACTER OF HENRY VIII.
        • From the 'History of England'
      • From the 'History of England'
      • ON A SIDING AT A RAILWAY STATION
        • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
      • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • (1818-1894)
    • THE GROWTH OF ENGLAND'S NAVY
      • From 'English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century'
    • From 'English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century'
    • THE DEATH OF COLONEL GORING
      • From 'Two Chiefs of Dunboy'
    • From 'Two Chiefs of Dunboy'
    • SCIENTIFIC METHOD APPLIED TO HISTORY
      • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • THE DEATH OF THOMAS BECKET
      • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • CHARACTER OF HENRY VIII.
      • From the 'History of England'
    • From the 'History of England'
    • ON A SIDING AT A RAILWAY STATION
      • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • From 'Short Studies on Great Subjects'
    • HENRY B. FULLER
      • (1859-)
      • AT THE HEAD OF THE MARCH
        • From 'With the Procession.' Copyright 1894 by Henry B. Fuller, and reprinted by permission of Harper & Brothers, publishers, New York
      • From 'With the Procession.' Copyright 1894 by Henry B. Fuller, and reprinted by permission of Harper & Brothers, publishers, New York
    • (1859-)
    • AT THE HEAD OF THE MARCH
      • From 'With the Procession.' Copyright 1894 by Henry B. Fuller, and reprinted by permission of Harper & Brothers, publishers, New York
    • From 'With the Procession.' Copyright 1894 by Henry B. Fuller, and reprinted by permission of Harper & Brothers, publishers, New York
    • SARAH MARGARET FULLER
      • (MARCHIONESS OSSOLI)
        • (1810-1850)
      • (1810-1850)
      • GEORGE SAND
      • To Elizabeth Hoar
        • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1847
      • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1847
      • AMERICANS ABROAD IN EUROPE
        • From 'At Home and Abroad'
      • From 'At Home and Abroad'
      • A CHARACTER SKETCH OF CARLYLE
      • Letter to R. W. Emerson
        • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1846
      • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1846
    • (MARCHIONESS OSSOLI)
      • (1810-1850)
    • (1810-1850)
    • GEORGE SAND
    • To Elizabeth Hoar
      • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1847
    • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1847
    • AMERICANS ABROAD IN EUROPE
      • From 'At Home and Abroad'
    • From 'At Home and Abroad'
    • A CHARACTER SKETCH OF CARLYLE
    • Letter to R. W. Emerson
      • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1846
    • From 'Memoirs': Paris, ——, 1846
    • THOMAS FULLER
      • (1608-1661)
      • THE KING'S CHILDREN
        • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • A LEARNED LADY
        • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • HENRY DE ESSEX, STANDARD-BEARER TO HENRY II.
        • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • THE GOOD SCHOOLMASTER
        • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
      • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
      • ON BOOKS
        • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
      • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
      • LONDON
        • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
      • MISCELLANEOUS SAYINGS
    • (1608-1661)
    • THE KING'S CHILDREN
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • A LEARNED LADY
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • HENRY DE ESSEX, STANDARD-BEARER TO HENRY II.
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • THE GOOD SCHOOLMASTER
      • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
    • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
    • ON BOOKS
      • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
    • From 'The Holy and Profane State'
    • LONDON
      • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • From 'The Worthies of England'
    • MISCELLANEOUS SAYINGS
    • ÉMILE GABORIAU
      • (1835-1873)
      • THE IMPOSTOR AND THE BANKER'S WIFE: THE ROBBERY
        • From 'File No. 113'
      • From 'File No. 113'
      • M. LECOQ'S SYSTEM
        • From 'File No. 113'
      • From 'File No. 113'
    • (1835-1873)
    • THE IMPOSTOR AND THE BANKER'S WIFE: THE ROBBERY
      • From 'File No. 113'
    • From 'File No. 113'
    • M. LECOQ'S SYSTEM
      • From 'File No. 113'
    • From 'File No. 113'
    • BÉNITO PEREZ GALDÓS
      • (1845-)
      • THE FIRST NIGHT OF A FAMOUS PLAY, IN THE YEAR 1807
        • From 'The Court of Charles IV.' Copyright 1888, by W.S. Gottsberger. Reprinted by permission of George G. Peck, publisher, New York
      • From 'The Court of Charles IV.' Copyright 1888, by W.S. Gottsberger. Reprinted by permission of George G. Peck, publisher, New York
      • DOÑA PERFECTA'S DAUGHTER
        • From 'Doña Perfecta.' Copyright 1895, by Harper & Brothers
        • A FAMILY OF OFFICE-HOLDERS
      • From 'Doña Perfecta.' Copyright 1895, by Harper & Brothers
      • A FAMILY OF OFFICE-HOLDERS
      • ABOVE-STAIRS IN A ROYAL PALACE
        • From 'La de Bringas'
      • From 'La de Bringas'
    • (1845-)
    • THE FIRST NIGHT OF A FAMOUS PLAY, IN THE YEAR 1807
      • From 'The Court of Charles IV.' Copyright 1888, by W.S. Gottsberger. Reprinted by permission of George G. Peck, publisher, New York
    • From 'The Court of Charles IV.' Copyright 1888, by W.S. Gottsberger. Reprinted by permission of George G. Peck, publisher, New York
    • DOÑA PERFECTA'S DAUGHTER
      • From 'Doña Perfecta.' Copyright 1895, by Harper & Brothers
      • A FAMILY OF OFFICE-HOLDERS
    • From 'Doña Perfecta.' Copyright 1895, by Harper & Brothers
    • A FAMILY OF OFFICE-HOLDERS
    • ABOVE-STAIRS IN A ROYAL PALACE
      • From 'La de Bringas'
    • From 'La de Bringas'
    • FRANCIS GALTON
      • (1822-)
      • THE COMPARATIVE WORTH OF DIFFERENT RACES
        • From 'Hereditary Genius'
      • From 'Hereditary Genius'
    • (1822-)
    • THE COMPARATIVE WORTH OF DIFFERENT RACES
      • From 'Hereditary Genius'
    • From 'Hereditary Genius'
    • ARNE GARBORG
      • (1851-)
      • THE CONFLICT OF THE CREEDS
        • From 'A Freethinker'
      • From 'A Freethinker'
    • (1851-)
    • THE CONFLICT OF THE CREEDS
      • From 'A Freethinker'
    • From 'A Freethinker'
    • HAMLIN GARLAND
      • (1860-)
      • A SUMMER MOOD
        • From 'Prairie Songs.' Copyright 1893 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
      • From 'Prairie Songs.' Copyright 1893 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
      • A STORM ON LAKE MICHIGAN
        • From 'Rose of Dutcher's Coolly.' Copyright 1895 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
      • From 'Rose of Dutcher's Coolly.' Copyright 1895 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
    • (1860-)
    • A SUMMER MOOD
      • From 'Prairie Songs.' Copyright 1893 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
    • From 'Prairie Songs.' Copyright 1893 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
    • A STORM ON LAKE MICHIGAN
      • From 'Rose of Dutcher's Coolly.' Copyright 1895 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
    • From 'Rose of Dutcher's Coolly.' Copyright 1895 by Hamlin Garland, and published by Stone & Kimball
    • ELIZABETH STEVENSON GASKELL
      • (1810-1865)
      • OUR SOCIETY
        • From 'Cranford'
      • From 'Cranford'
      • VISITING
        • From 'Cranford'
      • From 'Cranford'
    • (1810-1865)
    • OUR SOCIETY
      • From 'Cranford'
    • From 'Cranford'
    • VISITING
      • From 'Cranford'
    • From 'Cranford'
    • THÉOPHILE GAUTIER
      • (1811-1872)
      • THE ENTRY OF PHARAOH INTO THEBES
        • From 'The Romance of a Mummy'
      • From 'The Romance of a Mummy'
      • FROM 'THE MARSH'
      • FROM 'THE DRAGON-FLY'
      • THE DOVES
      • THE POT OF FLOWERS
      • PRAYER
      • THE POET AND THE CROWD
      • THE FIRST SMILE OF SPRING
      • THE VETERANS
        • From 'The Old Guard'
      • From 'The Old Guard'
    • (1811-1872)
    • THE ENTRY OF PHARAOH INTO THEBES
      • From 'The Romance of a Mummy'
    • From 'The Romance of a Mummy'
    • FROM 'THE MARSH'
    • FROM 'THE DRAGON-FLY'
    • THE DOVES
    • THE POT OF FLOWERS
    • PRAYER
    • THE POET AND THE CROWD
    • THE FIRST SMILE OF SPRING
    • THE VETERANS
      • From 'The Old Guard'
    • From 'The Old Guard'
    • JOHN GAY
      • (1685-1732)
      • THE HARE AND MANY FRIENDS
        • From the 'Fables'
      • From the 'Fables'
      • THE SICK MAN AND THE ANGEL
        • From the 'Fables'
      • From the 'Fables'
      • THE JUGGLER
        • From the 'Fables'
      • From the 'Fables'
      • SWEET WILLIAM'S FAREWELL TO BLACK-EYED SUSAN
        • A Ballad
      • A Ballad
      • FROM 'WHAT D'YE CALL IT?'
        • A Ballad
      • A Ballad
    • (1685-1732)
    • THE HARE AND MANY FRIENDS
      • From the 'Fables'
    • From the 'Fables'
    • THE SICK MAN AND THE ANGEL
      • From the 'Fables'
    • From the 'Fables'
    • THE JUGGLER
      • From the 'Fables'
    • From the 'Fables'
    • SWEET WILLIAM'S FAREWELL TO BLACK-EYED SUSAN
      • A Ballad
    • A Ballad
    • FROM 'WHAT D'YE CALL IT?'
      • A Ballad
    • A Ballad
    • EMANUEL VON GEIBEL
      • (1815-1884)
      • SEE'ST THOU THE SEA?
      • AS IT WILL HAPPEN
      • GONDOLIERA
      • THE WOODLAND
      • ONWARD
      • AT LAST THE DAYLIGHT FADETH
    • (1815-1884)
    • SEE'ST THOU THE SEA?
    • AS IT WILL HAPPEN
    • GONDOLIERA
    • THE WOODLAND
    • ONWARD
    • AT LAST THE DAYLIGHT FADETH
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