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  • Illustrated by Eminent Artists Uniform with this Edition Beric the Briton: A Story of the Roman Invasion of Britain. Bonnie Prince Charlie: A Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden. Both Sides the Border: A Tale of Hotspur and Glendower. By Conduct and Courage: A Story of the Days of Nelson. By England's Aid: The Freeing of the Netherlands. By Pike and Dyke: A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch Republic. Facing Death: A Tale of the Coal-mines. In the Heart of the Rockies: A Story of Adventure in Colorado. Maori and Settler: A Story of the New Zealand War....

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  • The First Hotel in Victoria, Edward Henty, John Pascoe Fawkner, Governor Latrobe, Collins Street, Melbourne, in 1840, First Settlement at Adelaide, 1836, Governor Hindmarsh, Proclamation Tree, Glenelg, Colonial Secretary’s Office, Sydney, Edward Hargraves, Perth, Western Australia, in 1838, Perth, 1890, Boomerangs, or Kylies, Parliament House, Brisbane, Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, Government House, Brisbane, Robert O’Hara Burke, William John Wills, Sir John Franklin, Queen Truganina, the last of the Tasmanians, King William Street, Adelaide, George Street, Sydney, The Lithgow Zigzag, th...

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  • This collection of essays demonstrates the international scope of history of nursing scholarship today, encompassing studies from Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada and Europe. The authors examine the social and ethical issues which challenge nurses and midwives in different cultures; the transcultural issues which arise when carers move from one culture to another; and the process of professionalization for women over three centuries. The book highlights the significance of nursing in the history of womenʼs lives and work....

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  • Whether the unexplored part of the Southern Hemisphere be only an immense mass of water, or contain another continent, as speculative geography seemed to suggest, was a question which had long engaged the attention, not only of learned men, but of most of the maritime powers of Europe. To put an end to all diversity of opinion about a matter so curious and important, was his majesty's principal motive in directing this voyage to be undertaken, the history of which is now submitted to the public.[1] But, in order to give the reader a clear idea of what has been done in it, and to...

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  • Bishop Harper and the Canterbury Settlement. PRESS NOTICES Original Edition. "We are glad to welcome this book. It has been very well written; it is interesting throughout; one's attention never flags; it is exactly what was wanted by churchmen, and should be on the book-shelf of every churchman in at least this Colony.... We simply advise every one of our readers to buy it and read it, and let their boys and girls read it too." Auckland Church Gazette. "One reads it as eagerly as though it were a novel." ...

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  • This book contains the substance of the lectures originally given at the Washington University, St. Louis, in May, 1887, in the course of my annual visit to that institution as University Professor of American History. The lectures were repeated in the following month of June at Portland, Oregon, and since then either the whole course, or one or more of the lectures, have been given in Boston, Newton, Milton, Chelsea, New Bedford, Lowell, Worcester, Springfield, and Pittsfield, Mass.; Farmington, Middletown, and Stamford, Conn.; New York, Brooklyn, and Tarrytown, N.Y.

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  • England was apparently more liberal than Spain or France when, in the treaty of 1783, she agreed to the Mississippi River as the western boundary of the United States. Spain was for limiting the territory of the new republic on the west to the crest of the Alleghany Mountains, so as to secure to her the opportunity of conquering from England the territory between the mountains and the Great River.

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  • Collection of research reports best university in 2008 honored the author: 5. Vietnamese Vu Thi Huong, Writing in groups to improve writing skills for students of English Language at Vinh University.English (English English) language is a western branch of the German language group in the Indo-European), were imported to England through the languages ​​of many peoples conquered in the 6th century.

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  • Venice is a truly unique city, as well as an unforgettable experience. This Pearl of the Adriatic was built over the course of many centuries, resting on wood piles in the marshy Venetian Lagoon. A gondola trip on Canal Grande is also a trip through the long history of Venice. The Rialto Bridge, the Doge Palace, the Square of St Mark and the many palaces, which have been the homes of wealthy families for 1,000 years, are but a few of Venice’s many famous attractions.

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  • travel guides , travel book, Africa, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, Europe, North America , South America

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  • .GERMAN IDEALIST PHILOSOPHY Edited and with Introductions by RUDIGER BUBNER PENGUIN BOOKS .PENGUIN BOOKS Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Books Ltd, 27 Wrights Lane, London w8 5rz, England Penguin Putnam Inc., 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York roost, USA Penguin Books Australia Ltd, Ringwood, Victoria, Australia Penguin Books Canada Ltd, to Alcorn Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada m4v 382 Penguin Books (NZ) Ltd, Private Bag 102902, NSMC, Auckland, New Zealand Penguin Books Ltd, Registered Offices: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England First published as Deutsche,.

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  • The history of Lithuania has been dominated by the two large cities, Vilnius and Kaunas, which, despite of the short distance between them, sometimes have been on opposite sides of a country border. In the 20th century, Kaunas has mostly been in Lithuanian hands, and between World War I and II, it was the capital of the country. Because of this, many consider Kaunas the most Lithuanian of the two cities.

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  • This subject has indeed been, in some measure, preoccupied by persons far more capable of doing it justice than I can pretend to be. Had Captain Cook and Mr Anderson lived to avail themselves of the advantages which we enjoyed by a return to these islands, it cannot be questioned, that the public would have derived much additional information from the skill and diligence of two such accurate observers.

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  • In the second year of Baldwin, king of Jerusalem, Joppa was besieged by the Turks of Cairo; and Baldwin embarked from the town of Assur, in a vessel called a buss, commanded by one Goderic an English freebooter, intending to proceed to the relief of the besieged. Fixing the royal banner aloft on a spear, that it might be seen of the Christians, they sailed boldly towards Joppa, with but a small company of armed men. The king knew that the Christians in Joppa were almost hopeless of his life and safety, and he feared they might shamefully abandon the defence of the place, or...

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  • Tham khảo sách 'a general history and collection of voyages and travels, vol. 2', khoa học xã hội, lịch sử văn hoá phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The first place visited by de Costa on this voyage of discovery was a large bay near _Masilage_[6] in lat. 16° S. in which there is an island half a league in circumference containing a town of 8000 inhabitants, most of them weavers of an excellent kind of stuff made of the palm-tree. At this place the Moors used to purchase boys who were carried to Arabia and sold for infamous uses. The king of this place, named Samamo, received the Portuguese in a friendly manner, and granted leave to preach the gospel among his subjects. Coasting about 40 leagues south from this place, they...

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  • We found the longitude of Port Royal bay, in this island, as settled by Captain Wallis, who discovered it on the 9th of June, 1767, to be within half a degree of the truth. We found Point Venus, the northern extremity of the island, and the eastern point of the bay, to lie in the longitude of 149°13', this being the mean result of a great number of observations made upon the spot. The island is surrounded by a reef of coral rock, which forms several excellent bays and harbours, some of which have been particularly described, where there is room and depth of water...

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  • The whole of this chapter contains an original record, being a distinct narrative of the discovery of America by COLUMBUS, written by his own son, who accompanied him in his latter voyages. It has been adopted into the present work from the Collection of Voyages and Travels published at London in 1704, by Awnsham and John Churchill, in four volumes folio; in which it is said to have been translated from the original Italian of Don Ferdinand Columbus, expressly for the use of that work.

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  • Twelve months have now elapsed since the first half volume of this work was offered to the public. The favourable reception it has experienced gives the Editor reason to hope that he has fulfilled the engagements which he came under at its first appearance, and is a powerful inducement to continue his utmost exertions to preserve and improve the character of the work.

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  • The 10th of April, 1613, the Spanish commandant sent me a message, requesting me to stop till the next morning, when he would visit me along with the sergeant-major of Ternate, who had arrived with a letter from Don Jeronimo de Sylva, allowing them to trade with me for different things of which they were in want, and to satisfy me in what I had requested; wherefore I resolved to stop a while longer, to see if we could do any good. Expecting Don Fernando next day, according to promise, and hearing nine guns from their fort, we supposed he was coming: But it proved...

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