A brief history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints : from the birth of the prophet Joseph Smith to the present time
Autographed by the author Bibliographical footnotes Flake, C. J. Mormon bib. Americana 2nd copy bound with Japanese ed.;"Presented to the George H. Brimhall Library of Theology, BYU, 1923." Presentation pages bound with books giving information concerning editions, and signed by Edward H. and Jane B. Anderson Clark copy is author's presentation copy to J. Reuben Clark, Jr. with the latter's underlinings and marginal notations 1 9
The geographical and historical dictionary of America and the West Indies : containing an entire translation of the Spanish work of Colonel Don Antonio de Alcedo ... with large additions and compilations from modern voyages and travels, and from original
In double columns Translation of Diccionario geográfico-histórico de las Indias Occidentales ó America Vol. 4-5 have imprint: London, Carpenter, 1814-15
Published for the use of the Melchizedek Priesthood by the General Priesthood Committee "References": p.-184 Flake, C.J. Mormon bib. Clark copy: Presentation copy to Major Clark by the author, Sept. 1, 1921 1 9
Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1860-1914), was a Scottish novelist. He graduated from Edinburgh University in 1879. After some years of travel he became in 1886 minister of Penicuik. In that year he produced his first publication, Dulce Cor, a collection of verse. He eventually abandoned the Free Church ministry for novel-writing. The success of J. M. Barrie and the Kailyard school of writing had created a demand for stories in Lowland Scots when Mr Crockett published his successful story of The Stickit Minister in 1893. It was followed by a rapidly produced series of popular novels frequently featuring the history of Scotland or with his native Galloway. His works include The Men of the Moss Hags (1895), Cleg Kelly and the Grey Man (1896), The Surprising Adventures of Sir Toady Lion (1897), The Red Axe (1898), The Black Douglas (1899), Kit Kennedy (1899), Joan of the Sword Hand and Little Anna Mark (1900), Flower o' the Corn (1902) and Red Cap Tales: Stolen from the Treasure Chest of the Wizard of the North (1904). --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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