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  1. THE IRISH SKETCH-BOOK. By Mr. M. A. Titmarsh [pseudonym]... by William Makepeace, writing as Mr. M. A. Titmarsh. Thackeray, 1843-01-01

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CATALOGUE 1044 ART AND ARCHITECTURE AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKS ILLUSTRATED BOOKS 188 GABRIEL [i.e. James Friell]. Original partly-coloured cartoon of Churchill, signed "Gabriel" and with a caption at the foot; mounted ready for framing; size (including mount) 38 x 53cm.; some very slight staining, otherwise very good. £798.00 The cartoon shows Churchill in a Union Flag bathing costume hurriedly swimming away from an enormous shark which has the stars and stripes on its fin. At the foot of the cartoon are the words "Mediterranean Command", and a caption reading "I am not in a position to make any statement (Mr. Churchill)". The cartoon was drawn for the Daily Worker, though the exact date is not known to us. James Friell ('Gabriel'), b.1912, was political cartoonist for the Daily Worker from 1936 until 1956, when he left after the Soviet Union invaded Hungary. He then joined the Evening Standard (1957-62), drawing as 'Friell', and he later drew cartoons for consumer-interest programmes on Thames TV. 4to. Original black buckram, blocked in gilt, with the original clear plastic jacket lettered in red, and in the original publisher's box; pp. xliv + 356; illustrated with over 1,000 wood-engravings, including a tinted frontispiece on thin paper; an excellent copy.

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Follow these links for explanations of the of this catalog, its condition of use , the dates , the general abbreviations , the language abbreviations , the nationality abbreviations electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing selling or valuing old books. If you have any corrections, additions or other suggestions, please send them to The Paris Sketch Book [1840] The Great Hoggarty Diamond [1841] The FitzBoodle Papers [1842-43] Men's Wives [1842-43] The Irish Sketch Book [1843] Mrs Perkins's Ball [1846] Our Street [1847] Dr Birch And His Young Friends [1848] * The History Of Pendennis [1848-50] Rebecca And Rowena [1849] The Kickleburys On The Rhine [1850] The English Humourists [1851] The Rose And The Ring [1855] Prince Bulbo (ps: M A TITMARSH) [1855] The Virginians [1857-59] Roundabout Papers [?] Lovel The Widower [?] The Adventures Of Philip [?] The Book Of Snobs [?] The Chronicle Of The Drum [?] Denis Duval [unfinished] [?]

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Index Listings for Improved Files Rereleases: [These are always version 11, except where otherwise indicated]: Mar 1998 Father Goriot, by Honore de Balzac [Balzac #8] []1237 Nov 2000 The Memoirs of General the Baron de Marbot []2401 [We are releasing a new version of this in .rtf the filename is] Jan 1994 A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens [CD#1] [] 98 [This is 2city12.txt and .zip. . .a number of errors have been corrected, but I am sure there are still many more bad=had, be=he, etc. . .please help us!!] Jun 2000 Human Genome Project, Chromosome Number 21 []2221 [This is version 11, listed as "complete," but I presume changes will occur.] Index Listings for the New Files Jul 2001 Gwaith Twm o'r Nant (Cyfrol II.) [In Welsh] []2734 Jul 2001 The Works of Twm o'r Nant (Volume II) [In Welsh] []2734 [Two versions, twmnt10h.htm = HTML accents, twmnt10.txt plain][and zip files] Jul 2001 Romano Lavo-Lil, by George Borrow [Geo. Borrow #8][]2733 Jul 2001 Romany Dictionary, by George Borrow [G. Borrow #8][]2733 Jul 2001 Gypsy Dictionary, by George Borrow [G. Borrow #8][]2733 Jul 2001 Ballads, by William Makepeace Thackeray [WMT #20][]2732 Jul 2001 Ballads, by William Makepeace Thackeray [WMT #20][]2732 [Two versions, 8bwmt10.* with accents and 7bwmt10.* without accents; and zip] Jul 2001 The Christmas Books, by W. M. Thackeray [WMT #19][]2731 Jul 2001 The Christmas Books, by M. A. Titmarsh [WMT #19][]2731 [M. A. Titmarsh is a pseudonym of William Makepeace Thackerayrepeated use.] CONTAINS: Mrs. Perkins's Ball Our Street Dr. Birch and his Young Friends The Kickleburys on the Rhine The Rose and the Ring; or, The History of Prince Giglio and Prince Bulbo Also see: May 1997 The Rose and the Ring, by Thackeray [Thackeray #2][] 897 Jul 2001 Long Odds, by H. Rider Haggard [H.R. Haggard #17][]2730 This is our second version [lodds10a.txt and .zip] of Long Odds, also see: Oct 1999 Long Odds, by H. Rider Haggard [H. R. Haggard #8][]1918 Jul 2001 A Tale of Three Lions, by H. Rider[HR Haggard #16][]2729 Jul 2001 Hunter Quatermain's Story, by H. Rider[Haggard#15][]2728 Jul 2001 Allan's Wife, by H. Rider Haggard[H.R.Haggard #14][]2727 Jul 2001 Morning Star, by H. Rider Haggard [HR Haggard #13][]2722 Jul 2001 Eric Brighteyes, by H. Rider Haggard [Haggard #12][]2721 Jul 2001 The Pension Beaurepas, by Henry James [James #35][]2720 Jul 2001 Greville Fane, by Henry James [Henry James #34][]2719 Jul 2001 The Chaperon, by Henry James [Henry James #33][]2718 Jul 2001 Nona Vincent, by Henry James [Henry James #32][]2717 Jul 2001 Sir Dominick Ferrand, by Henry James [James #31][]2716 Jul 2001 The Real Thing, by Henry James [Henry James #30][]2715 Jul 2001 Long Live the King, by Mary Roberts Rinehart [#15][]2714 Jul 2001 Maiwa's Revenge, by H. Rider Haggard [Haggard #11][]2713 Jul 2001 The War of the Little Hand, by H. 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Lewis []2706 Jul 2001 Sally Dows, by Bret Harte [Bret Harte #37] []2705 Jul 2001 Washington and his Comrades in Arms, George Wrong []2704 Jul 2001 The Argonauts of North Liberty, by Bret Harte[#37][]2703 Righteous Brothers Jul 2001 The Lion's Skin, by Rafael Sabatini [Sabatini #8] []2702 Jul 2001 Moby Dick, by Herman Melville [new edition *.10b] []2701 [This is a vastly improved edition over previous attempts we have had. . . !] Jul 2001 Medical Essays, by Oliver Wendell Holmes [OWH #9] []2700 Jul 2001 Pages From and Old Volume of Life, by OW Holmes #8[]2699 Jul 2001 A Mortal Antipathy, by Oliver Wendell Holmes[OWH7][]2698 Jul 2001 The Guardian Angel, by Oliver Wendell Holmes[OWH6][]2697 Jul 2001 Elsie Venner, by Oliver Wendell Holmes [Holmes #5][]2696 [Please note these are by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Senior, not the jurist, Jr.] Jul 2001 Jeff Briggs's Love Story, by Bret Harte[Harte #36][]2695 4 Jul 2001 I and My Chimney, by Herman Melville [Melville #4][]2694 Jul 2001 Greyfriars Bobby, Eleanor Atkinson []2693 Jul 2001 A Protegee Of Jack Hamlin's by Bret Harte [BH #35][]2692 Jul 2001 Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp, by Annie Roe Carr or []2691 Jul 2001 The Old Lumberman's Secret, by Annie Roe Carr []2691 [One book, two titles] Jun 2001 Coral Reefs, by Charles Darwin[Charles Darwin #11][]2690 Jun 2001 Over the Teacups, by Oliver W. Holmes [OWH Sr. #4][]2689 Also see in this particular series of books: Jun 2001 The Poet at the Breakfast Table by O.W. Holmes #3][]2666 Jun 2001 The Professor at the Breakfast Table, by OW Holmes[]2665 Dec 1996 Autocrat of Breakfast Table, Oliver Wendell Holmes[] 751 Jun 2001 The Clue of the Twisted Candles, by Edgar Wallace []2688 Jun 2001 The Snare, by Rafael Sabatini [Rafael Sabatini #7][]2687 Jun 2001 The Book of Snobs, by William Makepeace Thackeray []2686 Jun 2001 The Way to Peace, by Margaret Deland []2685 Jun 2001 Five Tales, by John Galsworthy[John Galsworthy #9][]2684 Contains: THE FIRST AND LAST A STOIC THE APPLE TREE THE JURYMAN INDIAN SUMMER OF A FORSYTE [Also posted as Etext #2594] Which contains: Indian Summer of a Forsyte In Chancery Jun 2001 Saint's Progress, by John Galsworthy [John G. #8][]2683 Jun 2001 Henri III et sa Cour by Alexandre Dumas Pere [#9][]2682 [This Etext is in French] Jun 2001 Ten Years Later, by Alexandre Dumas[Dumas Pere #8][]2681 We are releasing this as BOTH tenyr10.txt AND tenry10h.htm and in .zip files] Please see the introduction which describes the various books of this title, and how the various editions were published, and how they have been named, and what in what order to read them. 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This is a list of the Authors whose works are currently downloadable from the Gutenberg Project . A list of Titles is also availible. Abbott, David Phelps, 1863-1934 Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 1838-1926 AKA: Square, A 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 Addams, Jane, 1860-1935 Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719 Aesop, 620(?)B.C.-563(?)B.C. Aiken, Conrad Potter, 1889-1966 Ainsworth, William Harrison, 1805-1882 Akutagawa, Ryunosuke, 1892-1927 Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907 Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899 Allen, Emory Adams, 1853- Allen, James Lane, 1849-1925 Altemus, Henry Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander), 1862-1919 American Tract Society, The

Thackeray published many of his early magazine and newspaper pieces underthe pseudonym Michael Angelo Titmarsh, or sometimes simply MA.Titmarsh.
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William Makepeace Thackeray
One of the most prolific and beloved novelists of the Victorian Era, William Makepeace Thackeray was born in Alipur, India, on July 18, 1811, the only child of Richmond Thackeray, a successful administrator for the East India Company, and his wife, Anne Becher. Thackeray's father passed away four years later, and young William was sent to boarding school in London. Many of his early experiences in India and later in boarding school found their way into several of his popular works, including Vanity Fair and The Newcomes After his premature departure from Cambridge University and a half-hearted attempt at law school in 1834, Thackeray moved to Paris to concentrate on his art. While studying there, he met and married Isabella Getkin Creach Shawe (1818-1893). The couple had three daughters, Anne Isabella, Harriet Marrian, and Jane who died at age eighteen months. Soon after her daughter's death, Isabella Thackeray suffered a nervous breakdown from which she never recovered. Thackeray was then left with the responsibility of raising two young daughters and supporting his wife who would remain in various sanitoriums for the rest of her life.

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Translate this page William (Bill) Tatem, 1893-1953 Gutenberg Timrod, Henry, 1828-1867 Gutenberg Titmarsh,MA pseudonym AKA Thackeray, William Makepeace, Gutenberg Tocqueville
Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941 Gutenberg
Taine, Hippolyte, 1828-1893 Gutenberg
Talbot, Frederick Arthur Ambrose, 1880- Gutenberg
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Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595 Gutenberg
Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878 Gutenberg
Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880 Gutenberg Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933 Gutenberg Tegnér, Esaias AKA: Tegner, Esaias Gutenberg Tench, Watkin, 1759?-1833 Gutenberg Tenniel, John, Sir, 1820-1914 Gutenberg Tennyson, Alfred, Baron, 1809-1892 Gutenberg Terhune, Albert Payson, 1872-1942 Gutenberg Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 Gutenberg Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 AKA: Titmarsh, M. A. Gutenberg Thanet, Octave, 1850-1934 Gutenberg Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859-1923 Gutenberg Thebaud, Augustus J., 1807-1885 Gutenberg Theuriet, Andre, 1833-1907 AKA: Theuriet, André, 1833-1907 Gutenberg Thibault, Jacques Anatole Francois, 1844-1924

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15. W. M. Thackeray
MA Titmarsh’, abbrev. for ‘Michael Angelo’; English novelist, and authorof The Irish Sketchbook (1843) which first appeared under the pseudonym, ill.,WM/life.htm
W. M. Thackeray Life
The Irish Sketchbook issued Barry Lyndon (1844), drawing on Irish character and material, as to some extent in Phineas Finn: The Irish Member (q.d.); his English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century [lectures of 1851] contains an account of Swift among the other writers treated; his comic song "The Battle of Limerick" trivialises Young Ireland and caused offence, though William Carleton remarked that he ‘writes very well about Ireland, for an Englishman’; issued The Irish Sketch-book (1843), containing travel anecdotes and allusions to Dr. Doyle [JKL], John Wilson Croker, Thomas Crofton Croker, William Maginn, Theobald Mathew, Robert Ashton (author of Battle of Aughrim The History of Dionisius Diddler Pendennis Portrait Gallery (p.95); his fg. contributed to published by Cassell, under the editorship of Oscar Wilde. IF OG OCEL DNB [FDA] OCIL. top Works
(Irish Interest), The Irish sketch-book Irish Sketchbook (Belfast: Blackstaff ed. 1985), 368pp. [incls. index of places visited];

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Just a little explanation: Hertfordshire is a county bordering London, United Kingdom, with all the urban pressures it brings.
I'm based in Hertford which is the slightly sleepy, but historic county town. So, at times, my column can be slightly parochial.
It's meant to be entertainment. Read on: Where am I coming from?
I'm being asked all the time: Do I deal with serious social issues, pull people's plonkers, or take the Michael? Am I a satirist or humorist? Do I play safe or take a risk? Am I middle-of-the-road or on-the-edge? Tongue-in-cheek or in-your-face? Do I entertain or am I a bane? The answer is: I wish I knew. Can't a guy have a good time without all these interruptions? So read on . . .
Talking Telephone Numbers
I’d been a BT customer in the bad old days when we all had to be - there was no alternative. When I went into combat with their arrogant customer service ‘If you sign up with us’, said the nice cable salesman back in 1999, ‘I’ll get you a brilliant phone number. And what’s more, it’ll be a palindrome - that means the same number back to front.’ he added, just in case I didn’t know what the word meant. I nodded knowingly but looked it up in the dictionary after he left. ‘You’ll never forget your new number, nor will your friends.’ said he, rubbing his hands as he clinched the deal.

18. Body
5171) Titmarsh, MA (Thackeray; NOTES OF A JOURNEY FROM CORNHILL TO GRAND CAIROBY WAY OF LISBON, ATHENS Author is Pseudonym for WM Thackeray; () £40.00.
BRITISH TOPOGRAPHY HISTORY MILITARY HISTORY NATURAL HISTORY BOHNS LIBRARY MUSIC BIOGRAPHIES Betjeman, J. Bronte, C. Churchill, W.S. Compton-Burnett Dahl, R. De Sevigne Eliot, T.S. Glubb Hardy, T. Hugo, V. Lincoln, A. Livingstone, D. Marlowe, C. Patten Ruskin, J. Sayers, D.L. Toynbee Turner, J.M.W. Wodehouse, P.G. TRANSPORT MISCELLANEOUS

19. National Braille Press Super CD #2 From The B&R Samizdat Express -- Literature O
PO Box 161, West Roxbury, MA 02132. Michael Fairless (= pseudonym of Margaret FairlessBarber) (3 books The Christmas Books (writing as Michael Angelo Titmarsh);
Super CD #2 British and World Literature,
created for the National Braille Press
Skip the explanation and go straight to the table of contents The complete text of 1046 books (581 British and 465 World) For more information about National Braille Press, check their Web site at For details on how to order from them, check This document lists the current table of contents. We will continue to add new books to this CD as they become available; and each time we do so, we will update this page. For details about this publishing service, check the readme document
Teachers' and Students' Guide: Suggestions on how to get the most out of your books on CD ROM
For other book CDs in this same format, please visit our online store at (On the CD itself, you can open these books by clicking on the titles in the index page with your Web browser or a recent Windows-based word processor. Each book is a plain (ASCII) text file. This Web document simply lists the contents, without the links to the books themselves.) Click to go to one of the other major sections of this index page:
  • British Literature (selected by the National Braille Press from the contents of our British Literature CD; complete Shakespeare, which is included in Super CD #1, is not included here)

20. British, Welsh, Irish, And Scottish Literature On CD, From Seedy Press, B&R Sami
Michael Fairless (= pseudonym of Margaret Fairless Barber) (3 books Funeral of Napoleon(writing as Michael Angelo Titmarsh); PO Box 161, West Roxbury, MA 02132.
SEEDY PRESS literature on CD ROM
British Literature (English, Scottish, Irish, and Welsh)
Skip the explanation and go straight to the table of contents This Web page shows the table of contents of our British Literature CD. Internal links will take you to the various sections, but you cannot get to the books themselves here on the Web. For that you need the CD. This British Literature CD with 1034 books, in plain text and with software that lets you listen as well as read, is available for $29 at our online store. If you would like to have your PC (with speakers) read these texts aloud to you, while they are displayed in text on the screen, see below about the free ReadPlease software that we have included on this CD. For details about this publishing service, check the readme document . You can contact us at, Teachers' and Students' Guide: Suggestions on how to get the most out of your books on CD ROM In addition, Coursesuseek has a short eCourse about "Ebooks in the Literature Classroom" that deals specifically about the use of books on CD ROM. You can receive this for free by sending a blank mail to

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