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Listing Of Authors Bacon, Leonard Woolsey, 18301907, Editor. Baines, William Peter, 1878- , Translator or 3-1875, Translator. Burton, Isabel, Lady, 1831-1896, Editor. Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821 http://www.e-text.worldwide-library.org/editors_translators.htm
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AUTHORS Arnim, Ludwig Achim, Freiherr von, 17811831. Arnold, Edwin Lester Linden, d Bryant Conant, James, Editor. Burton, Isabel, Lady, 1831-1896, Editor. Butcher, S http://www.avalondigitalpress.com/authors.htm
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A Preliminary Bibliographic Survey Burton, Isabel (18311896). The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton; the Story of Her Life. Jessiewas both an Editor and secretary for her husband s expeditions to http://etrc.lib.umn.edu/bibprim.htm
Extractions: A Preliminary Bibliographic Survey of Women's 19thC Travel Sources Sources: Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary (1822-1907) selected (have included American travels) In her early career Agassiz accompanied her husband, a Swiss naturalist, on scientific expeditions and with him founded the Anderson School of Natural History in Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts. She took up the cause of women's education after the death of her husband in 1873, and in 1879 helped to found the "Harvard Annex," taking up the position of president when it became the "Society for the Collegiate Instruction of Women" in 1882. In 1894 the institution became Radcliffe College. Agassiz continued to serve as its active president until 1899. Her other writings include: A First Lesson in Natural History (1859) and Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence, 2 vol. (1885). Seaside Studies in Natural History (with Alexander Agassiz). Boston: Ticknor and
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Extractions: H ome P ersonalize A uthor: T itle Word(s): How To F ind Advanced ... ecent Books D onate E vents ... ontacts V olunteering HO W ... ewsletters Help on this page Data Title: Vikram and the Vampire; Classic Hindu Tales of Adventure, Magic, and Romance Author: Burton, Richard Francis, Sir Author Additional: Burton, Isabel, Lady, 1831-1896, Editor Language: English Subject: Tales, Hindi Translations into English LoC Class: Language and Literatures Literature: General, Criticism, Collections Release Date: Nov 2000 Etext number: Notes: Uniform Title: Vetalapañcavimsati. Hindi version (Baitala-pacisi). English Files File Type Download File Size Plain text ibiblio.org select mirror P2P network 456 KB Plain text (zipped) ibiblio.org select mirror P2P network 182 KB If you are located outside of the U.S. you may want to download from a mirror site located near you to improve performance. Permanently select a Mirror Site If you need a special character set, try our new recode facility (experimental) Edit this entry (Project Gutenberg staff only) Most recently updated: 2004-06-03 07:00:00.
AIM25: Thesaurus Personal Names: A Francis fl 19001936 author and Editor. Frances d 1759 Manners Lady Frances.Arundell Isabel Burton Isabel 1831-1896 née Arundell biographer http://www.aim25.ac.uk/search/thesaurus/persons/list0.htm
HMC | NRA | Persons Beginning BU 18671945) Carlisle Newspaper Editor (1) Burgess of Salisbury historian (14) Burnet,Lady Margaret (c Art Collector (1) Burton, Isabel (1831-1896) nee Arundell http://www.hmc.gov.uk/nra/browser/person/page/personBU.htm
GIGA Chronological Author List "1830 To 1834" 1891) BUY AMAZON BOOK Lady Isabel Burton, English traveler Nora Perry, Americanauthor (1831 - 1896) - READ QUOTES H. Yates, English Editor and novelist http://www.giga-usa.com/gigaweb1/quotes2/quay1830.htm
Book I, Chapter I. 1896) From The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton Volume I, by Lady Isabel Burton,edited by WH Wilkins. New York Dodd Mead Company, 1897. pp. 112. Editor http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/burton/romance/chapter-I-I.html
Extractions: There were Earls of Arundell. The Earls of Arundell before the Conquest are somewhat lost in the mists of antiquity, and they do not affect the branch of the family from which Lady Burton sprang. This branch traces its descent in a straight line from one Roger de Arundell, who, according to Domesday , had estates in Dorset and Somerset, and was possessed of twenty-eight lordships. The Knights of Arundell were an adventurous race. One of the most famous was Sir John Arundell, a valiant [Page 4] commander who served Henry VI. in France. The grandson of this doughty knight, also Sir John Arundell, was made a Knight Banneret by Henry VII. for his valour at the sieges of Tiroven and Tournay, and the battle that ensued. At his death his large estates were divided between the two sons whom he had by his first wife, the Lady Eleanor Grey, daughter of the Marquis of Dorset, whose half-sister was the wife of Henry VII. The second son, Sir Thomas Arundell, was given Wardour Castle in Wiltshire, and became the ancestor of the Arundells of Wardour.
Book II, Chapter XVIII. 1896) From The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton Volume II, by Isabel Lady Burton,edited by WH Wilkins. New York Dodd Mead Co., 1897. pp. 510523. Editor http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/burton/romance/chapter-II-XVIII.html
Extractions: Can tie the gall up in the slanderous tongue? S HAKSPEARE A T this point of the narrative it is necessary to turn aside to deal with Miss Stisted's impeachment of Lady Burton, in the matter of her husband's recall from Damascus. Miss Stisted asserts that the true cause of Burton's recall was Isabel his wife, who had espoused with more zeal than discretion the cause of the Shazli converts to Christianity. She adds: "And while her husband, continually absent exploring or attending to the duties of his Consulate, knew nothing, or next to nothing, about her dangerous proceedings, she impressed upon the people that she acted with his full permission and approval." It was (according to Miss Stisted) Isabel's "imprudence and passion for proselytizing" which so enraged the Moslems and the Turkish authorities [Page 511] against Burton that they clamoured for his recall. Thus it is argued that "the true cause of the terrible crash in 1871" was Isabel, and Isabel alone.