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Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect (1879) Watch and Ward (1878) The poems of Edmund Clarence Stedman (1908) Grimshaw, Bagshaw, and Bradshaw (1851) Madame Butterfly; Purple eyes; A gentleman of Japan and a lady; Kito; Glory (1904) The Fables of Æsop (1922)
translated by Joseph Jacobs
A Christmas Carol (1843) A Landscape Painter (1919) Jim of the Hills (1919) Gitanjali (1912)
Myth, Ritual, and Religion (1887) A Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage (1698) Notes on the Present and Future of the Archaeological Collections of the University of Oxford (1881) Wikipedia’s Founder Lectures in Buenos Aires (2009)
by United States Department of State
Letter to Young Girls (1876) Some New Philosophical Views (1881) Reform of Parliamentary Procedure (1882)
by National Union of Conservative & Constitutional Associations
Canterbury Papers (1850)
by Association for Founding the Settlement of Canterbury in New Zealand
Historical and biographical sketches (1883) Cavalier Playing Cards (1886)
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