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1.   Edward Lear   (A Book of Nonsense)

2.   Charles Dickens   (A Christmas Carol)

3.   Robert Louis Stevenson   (A Christmas Sermon)

4.   Jack London   (A Collection of Stories)

5.   Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell   (A Dark Night's Work)

6.   Jack London   (A Daughter of the Snows)

7.   Rousseau, Jean-Jacques   (A Discourse Upon the Origin and the Foundation of the Inequality)

8.   Samuel Johnson   (A Grammar of the English Tongue)

9.   Oscar Wilde   (A House of Pomegranates)

10.   GA Henty   (A Knight of the White Cross - a tale of the siege of Rhodes)

11.   Sir Walter Scott   (A Legend of Montrose)

12.   G. K. Chesterton   (A Miscellany of Men)

13.   Andrew Lang   (A Monk of Fife)

14.   Livingstone   (A Popular Account of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition)

15.   George Meredith   (A Reading of Life, Other Poems)

16.   Faxian   (A Record of Buddhistic kingdoms)

17.   Ramacharaka   (A Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga)

18.   Andrew Lang   (A Short History of Scotland)

19.   Channing   (A Short History of the United States)

20.   Gustave Flaubert   (A Simple Soul)

21.   Charles Dickens   (A Tale of Two Cities)

22.   George Eliot   (Adam Bede)

23.   Carlo Collodi   (Adventures of Pinocchio)

24.   Unknown   (Alaeddin and the Enchanted Lamp)

25.   Euripides   (Alcestis)

26.   Lewis Carroll   (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)

27.   G. K. Chesterton   (All Things Considered)

28.   Henty   (Among Malay Pirates - a Tale of Adventure and Peril)

29.   Lampman   (Among the Millet and Other Poems)

30.   Joseph Conrad   (Amy Foster)

31.   Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell   (An Accursed Race)

32.   Hume   (An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding)

33.   John Locke   (An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding - Vol 1)

34.   John Locke   (An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding - Vol 2)

35.   George Meredith   (An Essay on comedy and the uses of the comic spirit)

36.   Adam Smith   (An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations)

37.   Fullerton   (An Introduction to Philosophy)

38.   Edward Harper Parker   (Ancient China Simplified)

39.   Pennell   (Ancient Rome from the earliest times down to 476AD)

40.   E Swedenborg   (Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love and the Divine Wisdom)

41.   Leo Tolstoy   (Anna Karenina)

42.   P. T. Barnum   (Art of Money Getting)

43.   Aristotle   (Art of Poetry)

44.   Schopenhauer   (Arthur Schopenhauer - The Essays 1)

45.   Schopenhauer   (Arthur Schopenhauer - The Essays 2)

46.   Schopenhauer   (Arthur Schopenhauer - The Essays 3)

47.   Schopenhauer   (Arthur Schopenhauer - The Essays 4)

48.   G. A. Henty   (At Agincourt)

49.   Lytton   (Athens - Its Rise and Fall, Book I.)

50.   Lytton   (Athens - Its Rise and Fall, Book II.)

51.   Lytton   (Athens - Its Rise and Fall, Book III.)

52.   Lytton   (Athens - Its Rise and Fall, Book IV.)

53.   Lytton   (Athens - Its Rise and Fall, Book V.)

54.   H. Rider Haggard   (Ayesha, the Return of She)

55.   Robert Louis Stevenson   (Ballads)

56.   Marjorie Benton Cooke   (Bambi)

57.   Anthony Trollope   (Barchester Towers)

58.   Charles Dickens   (Barnaby Rudge - a tale of the Riots of 'eighty)

59.   H. Rider Haggard   (Beatrice)

60.   Beaumont   (Beauty and the Beast)

61.   Henty   (Beric the Briton - a Story of the Roman Invasion)

62.   W. H. Hudson   (Birds in Town and Village)

63.   Anna Sewell   (Black Beauty)

64.   Henty   (Bonnie Prince Charlie - a Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden)

65.   Jack London   (Brown Wolf and Other Stories)

66.   Cook   (Captain Cook's Journal During the First Voyage Round the World)

67.   Arthur Schnitzler   (Casanova's Homecoming)

68.   Matthew Arnold   (Celtic Literature)

69.   Edward Anwyl   (Celtic Religion)

70.   Nugent   (Change Bring It On!)

71.   Demetrius Charles Boulger   (China)

72.   Herbert Allen Giles   (China and the Manchus)

73.   Confucius   (Chinese Literature)

74.   C.H. Becker   (Christianity and Islam)

75.   Rev. W. Lucas Collins   (Cicero)

76.   Cicero   (Cicero's Brutus or History of Famous Orators)

77.   Henry David Thoreau   (Civil Disobedience)

78.   Henry Newbolt   (Collected Poems (1897 - 1907))

79.   Pappity Stampoy   (Collection of Scotch Proverbs)

80.   G. A. Henty   (Colonel Thorndyke's Secret)

81.   Maupassant   (Comedy of Marriage and Other Tales)

82.   Bill Nye   (Comic History of England)

83.   Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell   (Cranford)

84.   Fyodor Dostoyevsky   (Crime and Punishment)

85.   Plato   (Crito)

86.   Garrett P. Serviss   (Curiosities of the Sky)

87.   Edmond Rostand   (Cyrano De Bergerac)

88.   George Eliot   (Daniel Deronda)

89.   Dante   (Dante Alighieri - Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Hell)

90.   Dante   (Dante Alighieri - Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Paradise)

91.   Dante   (Dante Alighieri - Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Purgatory)

92.   Huxley   (Darwiniana  - Essays - Vol 02)

93.   Asa Gray   (Darwiniana; Essays and Reviews Pertaining to Darwinism)

94.   Alfred Russel Wallace   (Darwinism (1889))

95.   Charles Dickens   (David Copperfield)

96.   Cicero   (De Amicitia, Scipio's Dream)

97.   George Grossmith   (Diary of a Nobody)

98.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 02 January 1659-1660)

99.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 03 February 1659-1660)

100.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 04 March-April 1659-1660)

101.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 05 May 1660)

102.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 06 June-July 1660)

103.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 07 August-September 1660)

104.   Pepys   (Diary of Samuel Pepys - Vol 08 October-November 1660)

105.   Charles Dickens   (Doctor Marigold)

106.   Bram Stoker   (Dracula)

107.   Bram Stoker   (Dracula's Guest)

108.   George Parsons Lathrop   (Dreams and Days - Poems)

109.   Griffis   (Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks)

110.   Grant Allen   (Early Britain)

111.   Bret Harte   (East and West)

112.   Arthur D. Innes   (England under the Tudors)

113.   Unknown   (English Fairy Tales)

114.   Stevenson   (Essays in the Art of Writing)

115.   Stevenson   (Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson)

116.   Sir W Petty   (Essays on Mankind and Political Arithmetic)

117.   Aristotle   (Ethics)

118.   Henry David Thoreau   (Excursions)

119.   Michael Faraday   (Experimental Researches in Electricity-Vol1)

120.   Unknown   (Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know)

121.   E. Dixon   (Fairy Tales from the Arabian Nights)

122.   James Baldwin   (Fifty Famous People)

123.   Burton   (First Footsteps in East Africa)

124.   James Clerk Maxwell   (Five of Maxwell's Papers)

125.   Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley   (Frankenstein)

126.   John B. Gruelle   (Friendly Fairies)

127.   Emile Zola   (Fruitfulness)

128.   I Kant   (Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals)

129.   Joseph Conrad   (Gaspar Ruiz)

130.   MR James   (Ghost Stories of an Antiquary - Part 2)

131.   JS Le Fanu   (Ghostly Tales-Vol 3)

132.   ED Adams   (Great Britain and the American Civil War)

133.   G. K. Chesterton   (Greybeards at Play)

134.   Gebruder Grimm   (Grimm's Fairy Stories)

135.   Jonathan Swift   (Gulliver's Travels)

136.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 01)

137.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 02)

138.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 03)

139.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 04)

140.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 05)

141.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 06)

142.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 07)

143.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 08)

144.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 09)

145.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 10)

146.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 11)

147.   Lytton   (Harold - the Last of the Saxon Kings - Vol 12)

148.   Kingsley   (Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for My Children)

149.   J. D. Hooker   (Himalayan Journals - Complete)

150.   Euripides   (Hippolytus - The Bacchae)

151.   mile Zola   (His Masterpiece)

152.   Giles   (Historic China, and other sketches)

153.   Macaulay   (History of England, from the Accession of James the Second)

154.   Jacob Abbott   (History of Julius Caesar)

155.   Abbot   (History of King Charles the Second of England)

156.   Nennius   (History of the Britons (Historia Brittonum))

157.   JW Draper   (History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science)

158.   Gibbon   (History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Vol 2)

159.   Gibbon   (History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - vol 3)

160.   Blackbird   (History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan)

161.   Unknown   (Holman Christian Standard Bible)

162.   Nietzsche   (Homer and Classical Philology)

163.   Brothers Grimm   (Household Tales)

164.   Arnold Bennett   (How to Live on 24 Hours a Day)

165.   Joseph Devlin   (How to Speak and Write Correctly)

166.   Mark Twain   (How to Tell a Story and Other Essays)

167.   Jerome   (Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow)

168.   G. A. Henty   (In the Heart of the Rockies)

169.   Unknown   (Indian Fairy Tales)

170.   james Hatness   (Industrial Progress and Human Economics)

171.   Charles Darwin   (Insectivorous Plants)

172.   Nicholas Bate   (Instant MBA)

173.   Oscar Wilde   (Intentions)

174.   McFadyen   (Introduction to the Old Testament)

175.   Thomas Taylor   (Introduction to the Philosophy and Writings of Plato)

176.   Henry James   (Italian Hours)

177.   Sir Walter Scott   (Ivanhoe)

178.   Anton Pavlovich Chekhov   (Ivanoff)

179.   Charlotte Bronte   (Jane Eyre)

180.   Ronald Sutherland Gower   (Joan of Arc)

181.   unknown   (Kalevala  the Epic Poem of Finland - Vol 01)

182.   Robert Louis Stevenson   (Kidnapped)

183.   Rudyard Kipling   (Kim)

184.   Lytton   (Last Days of Pompeii)

185.   Plato   (Laws)

186.   TH Huxley   (Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews)

187.   Blanchard   (Leading at a Higher Level)

188.   Mabie   (Legends That Every Child Should Know)

189.   Victor Hugo   (Les Mis‚rables)

190.   Theodore Roosevelt   (Letters to His Children)

191.   Filson   (Life and Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boon)

192.   Abraham Lincoln   (Lincoln Letters)

193.   Louisa May Alcott   (Little Women)

194.   Wordsworth   (Lyrical Ballads with Other Poems, 1800 - Vol 2)

195.   Wordsworth   (Lyrical Ballads, with Other Poems, 1800 - Vol 1)

196.   Gustave Flaubert   (Madame Bovary)

197.   Charles Dickens   (Martin Chuzzlewit)

198.   Leo Tolstoy   (Master and Man)

199.   Walter Kellogg Towers   (Masters of Space)

200.   HWC Davis   (Medieval Europe)

201.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 01 Childhood)

202.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 02 a Cleric in Naples)

203.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 04 Return to Venice)

204.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 05 Milan and Mantua)

205.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 06 Paris)

206.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 08 Convent Affairs)

207.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 09 the False Nun)

208.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 10 under the Leads)

209.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 11 Paris and Holland)

210.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 12 Return to Paris)

211.   Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 13 Holland and Germany)

212.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 14 Switzerland)

213.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 15 with Voltaire)

214.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 16 Depart Switzerland)

215.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 17 Return to Italy)

216.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 18 Return to Naples)

217.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 19 Back Again to Paris)

218.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 20 Milan)

219.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 21 South of France)

220.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 22 to London)

221.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 23 English)

222.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 24 London to Berlin)

223.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 25 Russia and Poland)

224.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 26 Spain)

225.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 27 Expelled from Spain)

226.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 28 Rome)

227.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 29 Florence to Trieste)

228.   G Casanova   (Memoirs of Casanova - Vol 30 Old Age and Death)

229.   George Eliot   (Middlemarch)

230.   George Crabbe   (Miscellaneous Poems)

231.   Andrew Lang   (Modern Mythology)

232.   H. Rider Haggard   (Montezuma's Daughter)

233.   Robert Louis Stevenson   (Moral Emblems)

234.   SJ Joseph Rickaby   (Moral Philosophy)

235.   Bain Alexander   (Moral Science; a Compendium of Ethics)

236.   Charles Dickens   (Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy)

237.   Charles Dickens   (Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings)

238.   Charles Dickens   (Mudfog and Other Sketches)

239.   Charles Dickens   (Mugby Junction)

240.   Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell   (My Lady Ludlow)

241.   MacKenzie   (Myths of Babylonia and Assyria)

242.   Rose   (Napoleon's Campaign in Russia Anno 1812)

243.   Whittier   (Narrative and Legendary Poems - the Bridal of Pennacook)

244.   Francis Bacon   (New Atlantis)

245.   Charles Dickens   (Nicholas Nickleby)

246.   Jane Austen   (Northanger Abbey)

247.   Sophocles   (Oedipus Trilogy)

248.   James Baldwin   (Old Greek Stories)

249.   Charles Dickens   (Oliver Twist)

250.   Charles Darwin   (On the origin of species)

251.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 03)

252.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 04)

253.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 05)

254.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 06)

255.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 07)

256.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 08)

257.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 09)

258.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 1)

259.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 10)

260.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 11)

261.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 12)

262.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 13)

263.   Maupassant   (Original Short Stories - Vol 2)

264.   G. K. Chesterton   (Orthodoxy)

265.   Charles Dickens   (Our Mutual Friend)

266.   Ciccone   (Painless)

267.   Blaise Pascal   (Pascal's Pens‚es)

268.   H. Rider Haggard   (Pearl-Maiden)

269.   Charles Dickens   (Perils of Certain English Prisoners)

270.   Ulysses Grant   (Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant - Vol 1)

271.   Ulysses Grant   (Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant - Vol 2)

272.   Unknown   (Phrases for Public Speakers and Paragraphs for Study)

273.   Charles Dickens   (Pictures from Italy)

274.   Unknown   (Playful Poems)

275.   John Milton   (Poemata - Latin, Greek and Italian Poems)

276.   Walt Whitman   (Poems)

277.   William Cullen Bryant   (Poems)

278.   William Morris   (Poems)

279.   Robert Burns   (Poems and Songs of Robert Burns)

280.   Wordsworth   (Poems in Two Volumes, Vol 1)

281.   John Greenleaf Whittier   (Poems in Wartime)

282.   Ella Wheeler Wilcox   (Poems of Passion)

283.   Ella Wheeler Wilcox   (Poems of Power)

284.   Ella Wheeler Wilcox   (Poems of Purpose)

285.   Holmes   (Poetical Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes - vol 1)

286.   Holmes   (Poetical Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, vol 3)

287.   Aristotle   (Politics - A Treatise on Government)

288.   Dasent   (Popular Tales from the Norse)

289.   William James   (Pragmatism)

290.   Samuel Johnson   (Preface to Shakespeare)

291.   Jane Austen   (Pride and Prejudice)

292.   Rudyard Kipling   (Puck of Pook's Hill)

293.   SD Gordon   (Quiet Talks with World Winners)

294.   Henryk Sienkiewicz   (Quo Vadis a narrative of the time of Nero)

295.   Sasanova   (Quotes and Images from the Memoirs of Jacques Casanova)

296.   I Donnelly   (Ragnarok - the Age of Fire and Gravel)

297.   Oliver Wendell Holmes   (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

298.   H. Rider Haggard   (Red Eve)

299.   Whittier   (Religious Poems - Part 2)

300.   Titus Livius   (Roman History I-III)

301.   Rev AJ Church   (Roman life in the days of Cicero)

302.   Joshua Slocum   (Sailing Alone Around the World)

303.   Gustave Flaubert   (Salammbo)

304.   George Eliot   (Scenes of Clerical Life)

305.   Thomas Henry Huxley   (Science & Education)

306.   Marianne Stephens   (Second Sight Dating)

307.   Edward Beecher   (Secret Societies)

308.   Mock   (Shatter)

309.   Charles Dickens   (Sketches from Boz, illustrative of everyday life and every-day people)

310.   Charles Dickens   (Sketches of Young Gentlemen)

311.   Fowler   (Social life at Rome in the Age of Cicero)

312.   Sir Walter Scott   (Some Poems)

313.   Joseph Conrad   (Some Reminiscences)

314.   D. H. Lawrence   (Sons and Lovers)

315.   Jack London   (South Sea Tales)

316.   Thomas   (Squidge)

317.   Haggard   (Swallow - a tale of the great trek)

318.   Anton Pavlovich Chekhov   (Swan Song)

319.   Tacitus   (Tacitus - The Histories, Volumes I and II)

320.   G. A. Henty   (Tales of Daring and Danger)

321.   James Johonnot   (Ten Great Events in History)

322.   Thomas Hardy   (Tess of the d'Urbervilles)

323.   Sir Walter Scott   (The Abbot)

324.   Thomas Huxley   (The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century)

325.   Francis Bacon   (The Advancement of Learning)

326.   Howard Pyle   (The Adventures of Robin Hood)

327.   AC Doyle   (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

328.   Mark Twain   (The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer And Huckleberry Finn)

329.   Charles Lamb   (The Adventures of Ulysses)

330.   Forbes   (The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80)

331.   Henry James   (The American)

332.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Appetite of Tyranny)

333.   Franklin   (The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin)

334.   Budge   (The Babylonian Legends of the Creation)

335.   Budge   (The Babylonian Story of the Deluge as Told from Assyrian Tablets)

336.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Ball and the Cross)

337.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Barbarism of Berlin)

338.   Andrew Lang   (The Blue Fairy Book)

339.   William Makepeace Thackeray   (The Book of Snobs)

340.   EA Wallis Budge   (The Book of the Dead)

341.   S. Baring-Gould   (The Book of Were-Wolves)

342.   Unknown   (The Bride's Baby)

343.   Charles Dickens   (The Chimes)

344.   Herbert Allen Giles   (The Civilization of China)

345.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Club of Queer Trades)

346.   Boethius   (The Consolation of Philosophy)

347.   G. A. Henty   (The Cornet of Horse)

348.   Troward   (The Creative Process in the Individual)

349.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Crimes of England)

350.   Immanuel Kant   (The Critique of Practical Reason)

351.   Abbie Farwell Brown   (The Curious Book of Birds)

352.   Edith Wharton   (The Custom of the Country)

353.   Thomas Henry Huxley   (The Darwinian Hypothesis)

354.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Defendant)

355.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Hell - Vol 01)

356.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Hell - Vol 03)

357.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Hell - Vol 04)

358.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Hell - Vol 08)

359.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Hell - Vol 09)

360.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Hell - Vol 10)

361.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Paradise - Vol 01)

362.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Paradise - Vol 02)

363.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Paradise - Vol 03)

364.   Dante   (The Divine Comedy Illustrated, Purgatory - Vol 00)

365.   Emile Zola   (The Dream)

366.   H.A. Lorentz   (The Einstein Theory of Relativity)

367.   Aristophanes   (The Eleven Comedies, Vol 1)

368.   Aristophanes   (The Eleven Comedies, Vol 2)

369.   Henry James   (The Europeans)

370.   Haeckel   (The Evolution of Man - Vol 1)

371.   Haeckel   (The Evolution of Man - Vol 2)

372.   Gatty   (The Fairy Godmothers and Other Tales)

373.   Henry James   (The Figure in the Carpet)

374.   mile Zola   (The Flood)

375.   Dyer   (The Folk-lore of Plants)

376.   D Defoe   (The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders)

377.   BI Vicente   (The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse)

378.   Thomas Carlyle   (The French Revolution)

379.   Pickering   (The Future of Astronomy)

380.   Lewis Carroll   (The Game of Logic)

381.   Jack London   (The God of His Fathers-Tales of the Klondyke)

382.   Cooper   (The Golden Acorn)

383.   Fyodor Dostoyevsky   (The Grand Inquisitor)

384.   Sir Arthur Conan Doyle   (The Great Boer War)

385.   Andrew Lang   (The Green Fairy Book)

386.   Unknown   (The Grey Fairy Book)

387.   Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell   (The Half-Brothers)

388.   Adams   (The History of England from the Norman Conquest to the Death of John)

389.   David Hume   (The History of England, Vol I)

390.   Lockhart   (The History of Napoleon Buonaparte)

391.   Thucydides   (The History of the Peloponnesian War)

392.   Aeschylus   (The House of Atreus)

393.   Le Fanu   (The House of the Church-Yard)

394.   Arnold Bennett   (The Human Machine)

395.   Homer   (The Iliad)

396.   Rudyard Kipling   (The Jungle Book)

397.   Bayard Taylor   (The Lands of the Saracen)

398.   Doyle   (The Last Galley Impressions and Tales)

399.   Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley   (The Last Man)

400.   Cooper   (The Last of the Mohicans - A narrative of 1757)

401.   Taylor   (The Lazy Project Manager)

402.   Washington Irving   (The Legend of Sleepy Hollow)

403.   J Knowles   (The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights)

404.   Daniel Defoe   (The Life and Most Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe)

405.   Olcott   (The Life of Buddha and Its Lessons)

406.   Robert Southey   (The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson)

407.   Budge   (The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians)

408.   Jack London   (The Little Lady of the Big House)

409.   William Winstanley   (The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets (1687))

410.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 01 - Julius Caesar)

411.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 02 - Augustus)

412.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 03 - Tiberius)

413.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 04 - Caligula)

414.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 05 - Claudius)

415.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 07 - Galba)

416.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 09 - Vitellius)

417.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 10 Vespasian)

418.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 12 Domitian)

419.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 13 Grammarians)

420.   Tranquilius   (The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Vol 14 Lives of the poets)

421.   H. Rider Haggard   (The Mahatma and the Hare)

422.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Man Who Knew Too Much)

423.   Thomas Hardy   (The Mayor of Casterbridge)

424.   US Grant   (The Memoirs of General Ulysses S. Grant, Part 3)

425.   US Grant   (The Memoirs of General Ulysses S. Grant, Part 4)

426.   US Grant   (The Memoirs of General Ulysses S. Grant, Part 5)

427.   US Grant   (The Memoirs of General Ulysses S. Grant, Part 6)

428.   Xenophon   (The Memorable Thoughts of Socrates)

429.   I Kant   (The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics)

430.   George Eliot   (The Mill on the Floss)

431.   Sir Walter Scott   (The Monastery)

432.   Wilkie Collins   (The Moonstone)

433.   Charles Dickens   (The Mystery of Edwin Drood)

434.   G. K. Chesterton   (The New Jerusalem)

435.   Unknown   (The New Oxford American Dictionary)

436.   L Poincare   (The New Physics and Its Evolution)

437.   Da Vinci   (The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci - Complete)

438.   Da Vinci   (The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci - Vol 2)

439.   Jerome K. Jerome   (The Observations of Henry)

440.   Cicero   (The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero - Vol 4)

441.   Gaston Leroux   (The Phantom of the Opera)

442.   Oscar Wilde   (The Picture of Dorian Gray)

443.   Andrew Lang   (The Pink Fairy Book)

444.   Henry Van Dyke   (The Poems of Henry Van Dyke)

445.   Swift   (The Poems of Jonathan Swift - Vol2)

446.   Schiller   (The Poems of Schiller - Second period)

447.   Wordsworth   (The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth - Vol 1)

448.   Wordsworth   (The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth - Vol 2)

449.   Charles Darwin   (The Power of Movement in Plants)

450.   Taylor   (The Principles of Scientific Management)

451.   Anthony Hope   (The Prisoner of Zenda)

452.   William J. Dawson   (The Quest of the Simple Life)

453.   Edgar Allan Poe   (The Raven)

454.   Henry Van Dyke   (The Red Flower)

455.   Kaiten Nukariya   (The Religion of the Samurai)

456.   Samuel Coleridge   (The Rime of the Ancient Mariner)

457.   Chekhov   (The Schoolmistress, and other stories)

458.   Sophocles   (The Seven Plays in English Verse)

459.   Beaumont & Fletcher   (The Spanish Curate)

460.   Charles Dudley Warner   (The Story of Pocahontas)

461.   Albert G. Mackey   (The Symbolism of Freemasonry)

462.   AC Doyle   (The Tragedy of the Korosko)

463.   Euripides   (The Trojan women of Euripides)

464.   Charles Dickens   (The Uncommercial Traveller)

465.   John William Polidori   (The Vampyre; a Tale)

466.   Honor‚ de Balzac   (The Village Rector)

467.   Chekhov   (The Wife, and other stories)

468.   Chesterton   (The Wild Knight and Other Poems)

469.   G. K. Chesterton   (The Wisdom of Father Brown)

470.   Chekhov   (The Witch and other stories)

471.   Marc Monnier   (The Wonders of Pompeii)

472.   G. A. Henty   (The Young Buglers)

473.   Marcus Aurelius   (Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius)

474.   Nietzsche   (Thoughts out of Season Part I)

475.   Gustave Flaubert   (Three short works)

476.   Thomas Henry Huxley   (Time and Life)

477.   Thomas Hughes   (Tom Brown's School Days)

478.   Joseph Conrad   (To-morrow)

479.   Burckhardt   (Travels in Syria and the Holy Land)

480.   Robert Louis Stevenson   (Treasure Island)

481.   G. K. Chesterton   (Tremendous Trifles)

482.   G. K. Chesterton   (Twelve Types)

483.   Joseph Conrad   (Twixt Land and Sea)

484.   Anton Pavlovich Chekhov   (Uncle Vanya)

485.   John Stuart Mill   (Utilitarianism)

486.   Saint Sir Thomas More   (Utopia)

487.   GK Chesterton   (Utopia of Usurers and Other Essays)

488.   William Makepeace Thackeray   (Vanity Fair)

489.   G. K. Chesterton   (Varied Types)

490.   Honor‚ de Balzac   (Vendetta)

491.   Voltaire   (Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary)

492.   William Elliot Griffis   (Welsh Fairy Tales)

493.   Henry James   (What Maisie Knew)

494.   Neltje Blanchan   (Wild Flowers Worth Knowing)

495.   Rudd   (William Walker's First Year of Marriage - A Horror Story)

496.   Shinran   (Wisdom of the East)

497.   Henty   (With Buller in Natal, or, a Born Leader)

498.   G. A. Henty   (With Moore at Corunna)

499.   Joseph Conrad   (Within the Tides)

500.   GA Henty   (Won from the Sword - a tale of the Thirty Years' War)

501.   Charles Dickens   (Wreck of the Golden Mary)

502.   G. A. Henty   (Wulf the Saxon)

503.   John Hartley   (Yorkshire Tales - Third Series)



NB. The above are old classical books that are not copyrighted.

These are good quality reading books that took me over a year to collect!



WEIGHT = 20g


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