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  1. THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF PIRATES: The Raid on Nombre de Dios; Corsairs of the Barbary Coast; Enter the Buccaneers; How Half-Arse Became Captain; Morgan's Way; The Taking of Panama; On the Account; Pirates of the Thames; Twilight of the Buccaneers by Jon E. (editor) (Sir Francis Drake; Philip Nichols; Christopher Lloyd; Howard Pyle; Louis le Golif; A. O. Exquemelin; Clive Senior; Neil Grant; William Dampier; Charles Ellms; Alexander Winton; Captain Charles Johnson; E. O. Hoppe; Edward Leslie) Lewis, 2006
  2. The Book Of Druidry by Ross - John Matthews, and Philip Carr-Gamm, [editors] Nichols, 1990
  3. The Book of Druidry:History,Sites and Wisdom by Ross/Matthews,John & Carr-Gomm,Philip editors. Nichols, 1991-01-01

1. Philip M. Nichols Faculty Profile - The Wharton School Of The University Of Penn
Wharton Faculty. Philip M. Nichols. Associate Professor of Legal Studies CoChair, International Economic Law Group; Articles Editor, American Business Law Journal
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Philip M. Nichols Faculty Profile
Philip M. Nichols
Associate Professor of Legal Studies
JD, Duke University, 1988; LLM, Duke University, 1988; AB, Harvard University, 1982 Research Areas
International trade and investment; emerging economies Academic Positions Held
Wharton : 1992-present. University of Pennsylvania : 2002-present (Faculty Director, College Houses and Academic Services). Visiting Appointment : National University of Magnolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.  Other Positions
Judicial Clerk, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 1988-89 Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards

2. Red Nichols
The Red Nichols Story After Intermission, 19421965 , by Philip R. Evans, StanleyHester, Stephen Hester, Linda Evans (Editor), Scarecrow Press, 1997.
Red's style of playing cornet was greatly influenced by Bix Beidebecke , but he was a better overall musician and an excellent sight reader. Nichols learned to play music from his father, a college music teacher. After moving east from Utah he teamed up with a Midwestern band called The Syncopating Seven . After that band broke up he moved to New York in 1923. He soon teamed up with the trombonist Miff Mole and the two would go on to make a great many records together under a variety of names such as, Red Nichols and his Five Pennies Arkansas Travelers The Red Heads The Louisiana Rhythm Kings ... The Charleston Chasers and Miff Mole and his Little Molers . Usually these sessions featured the same or similar personnel. Red did a series of recordings for the Brunswick Record Company under the name of Red Nichols and his Five Pennies , although the bands were often quite a bit larger. These sessions at first featured trombonist Miff Mole and Jimmy Dorsey on alto and clarinet, and later in the decade featured a who's who of great White Jazz musicians, such as Benny Goodman , Glenn Miller, Jack Teagarden Pee Wee Russell Joe Venuti Eddie Lang ... Adrian Rollini and Gene Krupa among others. Red appeared on over 4000 records in the 1920s. Nichols survived the Depression by working in Broadway shows, even leading the pit orchestra for two of George Gershwin's shows; "Girl Crazy" and "Strike Up the Band". In 1934 Red fronted a band for the radio show sponsored by Kellogg's Cereal and led many studio orchestras including one for the Bob Hope Show. In 1959 Hollywood made a highly fictionalized picture of his life called "The Five Pennies", starring Danny Kaye as Red.

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There is no description available for this text. Author Nichols, Philip, EditorKeywords Authors N Nichols, Philip, Editor; Titles S ; Subject Gypsies.

4. Sir Francis Drake Revived By Nichols, Philip, Editor
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Nicholas Nekrassov; Nichols, Philip, Editor; Nicolay, Helen, 18661954.Nield, Jonathan; Niemann, August, 1839-1919; Nietzsche, Friedrich

6. Sir Francis Drake Revived
Sir Francis Drake Revived Nichols, Philip, Editor Philip, Editor Nichols

7. Philip Nichols (editor)
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Sir Francis Drake Revived, Editor by Philip Nichols. Just one of over 6000 free books to read online. SIR FRANCIS DRAKE REVIVED. Editor Philip Nichols. PREPARER'S NOTE MS 38655 Title Sir Francis Drake Revived Editor Philip Nichols Release Date October, 2001 Etext 2854 Edition
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Please select a format Plucker iSilo iSiloX . Doc Rocketbook zTXT PDF PalmReader . Read online (86 pages) Random excerpt: To The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, my most dread Sovereign. Madam, Seeing divers have diversely reported and written of these Voyages and Actions which I have attempted and made, every one endeavouring to bring to light whatsoever inklings or conjectures they have had; whereby many untruths have been published, and the certain truth concealed: as [so] I have thought it necessary myself, as in a Card [chart] to prick the principal points of the counsels taken, attempts made, and success had, during the whole course of my employment in these services against the Spaniard. Not as setting sail for maintaining my reputation in men's judgment, but only as sitting at helm, if occasion shall be, for conducting the like actions hereafter. So I have accounted it my duty, to present this Discourse to Your Majesty, as of right; either for itself being the first fruits of your Servant's pen, or for the matter, being service done to Your Majesty by your p Philip Nichols at

10. Project Gutenberg - Author Index: N
Nichols, Beverley, 18991983, Editor. Book Of Old Ballads, A — Complete. Nichols,Philip, Editor. Sir Francis Drake Revived. Nichols, Wm. Crosby And HP.
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Nation, Carrie Amelia
Naunton, Robert, Sir
Naylor, H. R.
Nearing, Scott
Needler, George Henry, trans.
Neikirk, Lewis Irving
Nekrassov, Nicholas
Nemiroff, Robert
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Nesbit, E.

11. Sir Francis Drake Revived, Editor: Philip Nichols : Arthur's Classic Novels
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This document was prepared with borrowed Project Gutenberg etext for Arthur's Classic Novels. Etext prepared by Dagny, and John Bickers. XHTML markup by Arthur Wendover. March 1, 2004. (See source text for details.) This is the etext version of the book Sir Francis Drake Revived, Editor: Philip Nichols, taken from the original etext fdrvv10.txt. Arthur's Classic Novels
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Preparer's Note Faithfully taken out of the report of Master Christopher Ceely, Ellis Hixom, and others, who were in the same Voyage with him By Philip Nichols, Preacher Reviewed by Sir Francis Drake himself Set forth by Sir Francis Drake, Baronet (his nephew) Sir Francis Drake Revived
Introductory Note Sir Francis Drake, the greatest of the naval adventurers of England of the time of Elizabeth, was born in Devonshire about 1540. He went to sea early, was sailing to the Spanish Main by 1565, and commanded a ship under Hawkins in an expedition that was overwhelmed by the Spaniards in 1567. In order to recompense himself for the loss suffered in this disaster, he equipped the expedition against the Spanish treasure-house at Nombre de Dios in 1572, the fortunes of which are described in the first of the two following narratives. It was on this voyage that he was led by native guides to "that goodly and great high tree" on the isthmus of Darien, from which, first of Englishmen, he looked on the Pacific, and "besought Almighty God of His goodness to give him life and leave to sail once in an English ship in that sea."

12. - Books By Author
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13. Project Gutenberg: Authors List
Carhart, Margaret Spraque, 1877 , Editor. Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 Simoes Lopes. Nichols, Philip, Editor. Nicolay, Helen, 1866-1954
This is Project Gutenberg. This list has been downloaded from: "The Official and Original Project Gutenberg Web Site and Home Page" PROJECT GUTENBERG ETEXTS AUTHORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER Last Updated: Monday 03 September 2001 by Pietro Di Miceli ( The following etext have been released by Project Gutenberg. This list serves as reference only. For downloading books, please use our catalogs or search at: Or check our FTP archive at: and etext subdirectories. For problems with the FTP archives (ONLY) email, be sure to include a description of what happened AND which mirror site you were using. THANKS for visiting Project Gutenberg. * (No Author Attributed) Abbott, David Phelps, 1863-1934 Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 1838-1926 AKA: Square, A Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877 Adams, Andy, 1859-1935 Adams, Henry, 1838-1918 Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848 Adams, Samuel, 1722-1803 Adams, William Taylor, 1822-1897 AKA: Optic, Oliver, 1822-1897

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15. The Druid Path - Books Recommendations
Matthews, John (Editor) The Druid Source Book ISBN 071372 pieced together from hisnotes by Philip Carr-Gomm Nichols was the founder of OBOD and this book is
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Book Recommendations
Here's a list of some of the better books on Druidry and two books to definitely avoid. The two books at the bottom by Douglas Monroe are found in almost every bookstore and are very popular. However, they are very offensive. Be warned. Now on with the good books!
Recommended Books
Berresford Ellis, Peter The Druids
ISBN: 0-80284-158-9 The best historical book available on the ancient Druids. A must read for anyone wanting to research what the Druids were really like back then.

Blamires, Steve Glamoury: Magic of the Celtic Green World ISBN: 1-56718-069-8
Fascinating book with sections on the major Celtic Gods and Goddesses. My favorite section, however, is the end of the book which focuses on the 4 Celtic fire festivals. Mr. Blamires details very elaborate rituals for each of these with extensive histories of each festival. Excellent! Can't believe it is a Llewellyn book! Even ADF recommends it.

Blamires, Steve

16. Philip M. Nichols
Philip M. Nichols. 600 Jon M Huntsman Hall Reviewer, Staff Editor, Articles Editor, American Business Law Journal, 1996 to 2001

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November 13, 2002 Email this story to a friend Printer-friendly format Email this writer A University of California-San Francisco study showed that waitresses who work in restaurants that allow smoking have nearly four times the lung cancer risk and over twice the heart disease risk as do waitresses who work in smoke-free facilities. Restaurant workers should demand that their employer oppose this WRA position, and all operators who allow smoking should review their legal liability for perpetuating this risk. Using restaurant revenues as an excuse is exactly that: an excuse. For every smoker who leaves Madison to eat and smoke, two nonsmokers will migrate to Madison to fill their seats. Convert that to groups of smokers and nonsmokers, or to smoke-free bars, and the results are the same. As president of my own company, I am required by law to provide a safe workplace, and I am prohibited from allowing toxic chemicals to be dispersed into the air for employees to breathe. Prohibited, that is, unless those toxic materials are contained in secondhand smoke. I am amazed that WRA leaders could believe its members should have the exclusive right to determine the level of safety for their employees and infant patrons.

19. Biography
In 1949, Ross became assistant Editor of The Occult Observer, published by 1990;Prophet Priest King –The Poetry of Philip Ross Nichols edited and
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A Brief Biography Nuinn outside his hut at Spielplatz-1930's Four books of his poetry and prose were published between 1941 and 1947, and one of his best essays appears in The Cosmic Shape , published in 1946, which deals with the power of myth and the value of seasonal celebration. The essay concludes with a Manifesto designed to stimulate the use of myth amongst poets, co-signed with the poet James Kirkup. 5-acre door In 1949, Ross became assistant editor of The Occult Observer, History and Practice of Magic Witchcraft Today, published in 1954. That same year, Ross joined the Ancient Druid Order that Gardner had joined about a decade previously. Ross was a member of the ADO for ten years, becoming its Chairman and lecturing on Druidism in London and once in Dublin. During this time he worked on a major book During the last decade of his life, Ross succeeded in radically changing the practice of modern Druidism, shifting its focus from Universalism to Celtic sources. In addition he introduced the practice of observing all eight festivals of the Pagan Year within modern Druidry, and the three grades of Bard, Ovate and Druid, based on classical accounts. In the last years of his life he wrote The Book of Druidry. He was an accomplished poet and artist, and travelled widely, feeling particularly drawn to Egypt. His legacy is yet to be fully appreciated, and the Order that he founded has grown to become the largest Druid grouping in the world. It is arguable that he and Gardner can be considered the Founding Fathers of modern Paganism.

20. Bibliography
Witchcraft Today by Gerald Gardner (Editor) published by Rider Co 1954 Thorsons)1990; Prophet Priest King The Poetry of Philip Ross Nichols edited and
Bibliography of Published Works Home Brief Biography Chronology Reminiscences ... Archive Articles
  • Sassenach Stray A Set of Eight Variations and Tailpiece published by The Fortune Press 1941 published by The Fortune Press 1941 The Cosmic Shape (with James Kirkup) published by The Forge Press 1946 Seasons at War A Cycle of Rhythms published by The Forge Press 1947 The Occult Observer by Paul Christian (Editor) published in 2 vols by The Forge Press 1952 Witchcraft Today The Book of Druidry published by the Aquarian Press (now Thorsons) 1990 edited and introduced by Jay Ramsay published by The Oak Tree Press 2001 (Available from the bookshop on this site, or downloadable in pdf format In The Grove of the Druids The Druid Teachings of Ross Nichols Introduced and edited by Philip Carr-Gomm, Foreword by Professor Ronald Hutton. Watkins 2002
A NOTE ON ROSS NICHOLS WORK ON WITCHCRAFT TODAY Although the publication of The History and Practice of Magic marked the end of the collaboration between Ross and Kirkup, it was followed at once by an intensification of an even more significant literary collaboration between himself and Gerald Gardner. Ross was to help Gardner with his first work of non-fiction on witchcraft. The publisher was to be Riders perhaps thanks to Gerald Yorke, known to both Gardner and Ross who worked for Riders. It was originally titled New Light on Witchcraft, but was re-titled

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