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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Dyer, Joseph Chessborough
1885-1900, Volume 16 Dyer, Joseph Chessborough by Charles William Sutton 1180073Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 16 — Dyer, Joseph Chessborough1888Charles
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The Poems of John Dyer/Grongar Hill
The Poems of John Dyer by John Dyer Grongar Hill 3325312The Poems of John Dyer — Grongar HillJohn Dyer ​ GRONGAR HILL Silent Nymph! with curious eye, Who
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The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night/Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the Barber
John Payne Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the Barber 2189330The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night Volume 8 — Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the BarberJohn
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The Canterbury Tales (unsourced)/The Nun's Priest's Tale
The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) by Geoffrey Chaucer The Nun's Priest's Tale 7288The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) — The Nun's Priest's TaleGeoffrey Chaucer
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The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night
Lady and Her Five Suitors Khalifah The Fisherman of Baghdad Abu Kir the Dyer and Abu Sir the Barber The Sleeper and the Walker Story of the Larrikin and
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Popular Tales from the Norse/Introduction to Appendix
Popular Tales from the Norse by George Webbe Dasent Introduction to Appendix, Note to Introduction to Appendix 728864Popular Tales from the Norse — Introduction
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The Canterbury Tales (unsourced)/The Parson's Prologue and Tale
Canterbury Tales (unsourced) by Geoffrey Chaucer The Parson's Prologue and Tale 4593The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) — The Parson's Prologue and TaleGeoffrey
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Scribner's Magazine/Volume 50/Number 6
Children by Jessie Wilcox Smith Xingu by Edith Wharton The Window by Susan Dyer The Invasion of England by Richerd Harding Davis Largess by Julia C. R. Dorr
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Author:Ovid
Diana and Orion Acis and Galatea Endymion “P. Ovidius Naso”, by Thomas Henry Dyer in Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, 1870. "Ovid," in
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Ogle, George (1704-1746)
have been the prologues to most of the tales, and the tales of the clerk, haberdasher, weaver, carpenter, dyer, tapestry-maker, and cook. He also supplied
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The Barber's Tale of his Second Brother
Francis Burton The Barber's Tale of his Second Brother 133292The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night Volume I — The Barber's Tale of his Second BrotherRichard
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The Canterbury Tales (unsourced)/The Miller's Prologue and Tale
Canterbury Tales (unsourced) by Geoffrey Chaucer The Miller's Prologue and Tale 7797The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) — The Miller's Prologue and TaleGeoffrey
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Arts and Crafts Essays/Colour
A dyer who employed old-fashioned dye-stuffs and methods would, however, tell us that the greens of commerce are obtained by messes, and not by dyes, the
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Gorki, Maxim
was born at Nizhni-Novgorod on the 26th of March 1868. His father was a dyer, but he lost both his parents in childhood, and in his ninth year was sent
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The Canterbury Tales (unsourced)/The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale
The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) by Geoffrey Chaucer The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale 32887The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) — The Wife of Bath's Prologue
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Lost Galleon (1867)/Our Privilege
The Lost Galleon and Other Tales  (1867)  by Bret Harte Our Privilege 2574651The Lost Galleon and Other Tales — Our Privilege1867Bret Harte ​   OUR PRIVILEGE
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The Canterbury Tales (unsourced)/The Franklin's Prologue and Tale
Canterbury Tales (unsourced) by Geoffrey Chaucer The Franklin's Prologue and Tale 58125The Canterbury Tales (unsourced) — The Franklin's Prologue and TaleGeoffrey
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A Book of Folklore/Bibliography
Vols. 1841. Thiselton-Dyer, English Folk-lore. 1878. SCOTTISH County Folk-lore. Vol. 8. 1903. Cunningham, A. Traditional Tales. 1874. Douglas, G. Scottish
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Author:Edith Nesbit
(1925) (published posthumously) Miss Mischief (1894) Tales of the Clock (1895) aka Tick Tock, Tales of the Clock The Children's Shakespeare (1897) (external
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Violets and Other Tales/Anarchy Alley
Violets and Other Tales by Alice Dunbar-Nelson Anarchy Alley 143799Violets and Other Tales — Anarchy AlleyAlice Dunbar-Nelson ANARCHY ALLEY. To the casual
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