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A Catalogue of the English Books Printed Before...
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A Catalogue of the English Books Printed Before MDCI:Now in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge (Classic Reprint) Robert Sinker

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A List of the Early Printed Books, and an Index...
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A List of the Early Printed Books, and an Index of the English Books Printed Before the Year MDC. In the Library of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (Classic Reprint): William Reynolds Collett

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An Index of Such English Books, Printed Before ...
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An Index of Such English Books, Printed Before the Year MDC., As Are Now in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth:Published With the Permission of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury (Classic Reprint) S. R. Maitland

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Early English Printed Books in the University L...
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Early English Printed Books in the University Library, Cambridge (1475 to 1640), Vol. 4:Indexes (Classic Reprint) Charles Edward Sayle

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Early English Printed Books in the University L...
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Early English Printed Books in the University Library Cambridge (1475 to 1640), Vol. 1:Caxton to F. Kingston (Classic Reprint) Charles Edward Sayle

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Early English Printed Books in the University Library, Cambridge, 1475 to 1640, Vol. 2:E. Mattes to R. Marriot, and English Provincial Presses (Classic Reprint) Cambridge University Library

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Early English Printed Books in the University Library, Cambridge (1475 to 1640), Vol. 3:Scottish, Irish, and Foreign Presses, With Addenda (Classic Reprint) Cambridge University Library

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A Short Catalogue of English Books in Archbisho...
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A Short Catalogue of English Books in Archbishop Marsh´s Library, Dublin, Printed Before 1641 (Classic Reprint): Newport John Davis White

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The Man Who Printed His Own Money (eBook, ePUB)
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Everyone needs money. Some people only need a little but others want lots more! The author is a British counterfeiter who forged untold quantities of counterfeit English and American money. When his mother died, Edward´s childhood years were shattered, then his father abandoned him. All that remained was him and his wits. The rebuilding of his new life began when a man called Danny the Dab taught him the subtle art of emptying jewellers´ shops of their gold. Later he becomes a getaway driver for a trio of exceptionally dangerous safe blowers, resulting in him serving a stint in Liverpool Prison. Faced with the long boring hours, he studies hard to replace his lost years of education and emerges from prison having learned much, including the black art of counterfeiting money. The next stage in Edward´s life has begun, and as his forged notes appear on the streets the banks and police are spurred into action —but fail to identify the counterfeiter, or the location of his den. Through an informer, police learn that American hundred-dollar bills are being counterfeited en masse. So perfect are these 100, 50, 20 and 10 dollar counterfeits that the police and banks have difficulty in distinguishing them from genuine notes. Now the printing machines are set to print millions of counterfeit U S-bills —and all are destined to be sold to criminal organisations in France. The author has, so far, stayed several steps ahead of police —then he trusts the wrong person! An explosively exciting but often humorous insight into how one man extricated himself from a sixty-one year prison sentence in just four. ~ William Charlton´

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Stand: Sep 20, 2018
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Summary and Analysis of Journeys on the Silk Ro...
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In Journeys on the Silk Road, Joyce Morgan and Conrad Walters use historical records to create an entertaining narrative that brings the past to life. Rather than making a dry history book or a simple account of what happened, the authors color the story with vivid descriptions and minor details that allow listeners to gain not just a sense of what happened, but how it happened. Even as the authors take some creative liberty (adding specific dialogue where it is definitely not possible to have known exactly what was said), they remain as objective as possible and tell a story that conveys the facts as accurately as possible. This objectivity comes through clearly in the portions of the book in which the authors describe alternative perspectives on the historical events which occurred. For example, listeners are given opposing viewpoints in the form of the letter from the angry Chinese scholars who denounce Aurel Stein, the novel´s protagonist, as a looter and thief. Later on, the authors discuss the controversy surrounding the British explorer´s legacy in light of recent scholarly concerns. This extends to a broader discussion of who owns cultural heritage materials. While the Chinese claim cultural ownership over the scrolls and other artifacts removed from the caves by Aurel Stein, many of the scrolls were written in languages other than Chinese (such as Tibetan), and languages that are now long dead. The authors bring up the problem of who can claim ownership over material representing cultures which no longer exist? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alexandra Reed. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064989/bk_acx0_064989_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: Aug 13, 2018
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