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The Resource Tales from "Blackwood"; : being the most famous series of stories ever published;, especially selected from that celebrated English publication; selected by H. Chalmers Roberts

Tales from "Blackwood"; : being the most famous series of stories ever published;, especially selected from that celebrated English publication; selected by H. Chalmers Roberts

Label
Tales from "Blackwood"; : being the most famous series of stories ever published;
Title
Tales from "Blackwood";
Title remainder
being the most famous series of stories ever published;
Statement of responsibility
especially selected from that celebrated English publication; selected by H. Chalmers Roberts
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MNU
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Tales from "Blackwood"; : being the most famous series of stories ever published;, especially selected from that celebrated English publication; selected by H. Chalmers Roberts
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Vol. 1. Left-handed Elsa; by R.E. Francillon; The great earthquake at Lisbon; Some one pays, by Charles Lever; Sir Tray: An Arthurian idyl.- Vol. 2. Shakespeare's Funeral, by E.B. Hamley; A night with the volunteers of Strathkinahan, by L.W.M. Lockhart; The secret chamber, by M.O.W. Oliphant.- Vol. 3. A French speculation, by Margaret Majendie; Rufus Hickman of St. Botolph's, by Lord Wellwood (H.J. Moncrieff); Hans Preller: A legend of the Rhine Falls, by C.L. Lewis; The Puerto de Medina, by Maurice Kingsley; Jack and Minory, by Alfred Harcourt.- Vol. 4. What I did at Belgrade, by Bob Considine; Wrecked off the Riff Coast, by Alexander Innes Shand; Dollie and the Two Smiths; A railway journey, by Margaret Majendie.- Vol. 5. The missing bills: an unsolved mystery; My hunt of the silver fox, by W.B. Cheadle; Narrative of Prince Charlie's escape, by one of his companions; A Fenian alarm; The philosopher's pendulum, by Rudolph Lindau.- Vol. 6. The battle of Dorking; Late for the train; The congress and the agapedome, by Prof. Aytoun; Maga's birthday.- Vol. 7. Christmas Eve on a haunted hulk, by Frank Cowper; Dicky Dawkins; or, The Bookmaker of the outer ring, by Jack the Sheperd; Airy nothing, by M.H. Dziewicki; Chapter from an unknown life, by Captain Morris; Mar'se Dab after the war, by A.G. Bradley; "Unfathomed mysteries", by C.F. Gordon Cumming.- Vol. 8. Cousin John's property; A modern magician, by W.W. Story; Edgar Wayne's escape, by Alexander Allardyce.- Vol. 9. Bourgonef; Thomas, by W.K. Clifford; The brigand's bride, by Lawrence Oliphant; The misogynist, by Henry Prothero; A fetish city, by Frederick Boyle; The Gascon O'Driscol, by the author of "The forging of the anchor.- Vol. 10. A medium of last century, by W.G. Hamley; Alive and yet dead, by Andrée Hope; An unexpected fare, by Maxwell Gray; Reminiscence of a March, by T.P.W.- Vol. 11. Such pity as a father hath, by W.G. Scott-Moncrieff; Coincidence, by Colonel Russell; A dead man's vengeance, by Captain Bird; The story of James Barker: A tale of the Congo Coast, by J. Landers.- Vol. 12. The haunted Enghenio; Milly's first love, by Margaret Veley; Mrs. Beauchamp's vengeance; A family feud, by Frederick Hardman; The disappointing boy, by Julian Sturgis
Extent
12 v.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy is part of a collection (Collection 1605). To page this item, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Nitka collection of fantastic fiction. Item is in box 21. Half black cloth stamped in gilt, marbled paper over boards. Purchase, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, 1967.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)29112586
  • ucoclc29112586
Label
Tales from "Blackwood"; : being the most famous series of stories ever published;, especially selected from that celebrated English publication; selected by H. Chalmers Roberts
Publication
Contents
Vol. 1. Left-handed Elsa; by R.E. Francillon; The great earthquake at Lisbon; Some one pays, by Charles Lever; Sir Tray: An Arthurian idyl.- Vol. 2. Shakespeare's Funeral, by E.B. Hamley; A night with the volunteers of Strathkinahan, by L.W.M. Lockhart; The secret chamber, by M.O.W. Oliphant.- Vol. 3. A French speculation, by Margaret Majendie; Rufus Hickman of St. Botolph's, by Lord Wellwood (H.J. Moncrieff); Hans Preller: A legend of the Rhine Falls, by C.L. Lewis; The Puerto de Medina, by Maurice Kingsley; Jack and Minory, by Alfred Harcourt.- Vol. 4. What I did at Belgrade, by Bob Considine; Wrecked off the Riff Coast, by Alexander Innes Shand; Dollie and the Two Smiths; A railway journey, by Margaret Majendie.- Vol. 5. The missing bills: an unsolved mystery; My hunt of the silver fox, by W.B. Cheadle; Narrative of Prince Charlie's escape, by one of his companions; A Fenian alarm; The philosopher's pendulum, by Rudolph Lindau.- Vol. 6. The battle of Dorking; Late for the train; The congress and the agapedome, by Prof. Aytoun; Maga's birthday.- Vol. 7. Christmas Eve on a haunted hulk, by Frank Cowper; Dicky Dawkins; or, The Bookmaker of the outer ring, by Jack the Sheperd; Airy nothing, by M.H. Dziewicki; Chapter from an unknown life, by Captain Morris; Mar'se Dab after the war, by A.G. Bradley; "Unfathomed mysteries", by C.F. Gordon Cumming.- Vol. 8. Cousin John's property; A modern magician, by W.W. Story; Edgar Wayne's escape, by Alexander Allardyce.- Vol. 9. Bourgonef; Thomas, by W.K. Clifford; The brigand's bride, by Lawrence Oliphant; The misogynist, by Henry Prothero; A fetish city, by Frederick Boyle; The Gascon O'Driscol, by the author of "The forging of the anchor.- Vol. 10. A medium of last century, by W.G. Hamley; Alive and yet dead, by Andrée Hope; An unexpected fare, by Maxwell Gray; Reminiscence of a March, by T.P.W.- Vol. 11. Such pity as a father hath, by W.G. Scott-Moncrieff; Coincidence, by Colonel Russell; A dead man's vengeance, by Captain Bird; The story of James Barker: A tale of the Congo Coast, by J. Landers.- Vol. 12. The haunted Enghenio; Milly's first love, by Margaret Veley; Mrs. Beauchamp's vengeance; A family feud, by Frederick Hardman; The disappointing boy, by Julian Sturgis
Extent
12 v.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy is part of a collection (Collection 1605). To page this item, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Nitka collection of fantastic fiction. Item is in box 21. Half black cloth stamped in gilt, marbled paper over boards. Purchase, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, 1967.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)29112586
  • ucoclc29112586

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