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  • The Progress of Wit, being a caveat for the use of an Eminent Writer (1730) Zara (1735) The Prompter (1735) Mérope (1749) “Hill, Aaron,” in Dictionary
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  • of Krishna Mulvaney, 1889 The Courting of Dinah Shadd, 1890 On Greenhow Hill, 1890 The Man Who Was, 1890 The Head of the District, 1890 Without Benefit
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  • Theory of Evolution, yet he went to church. 1846. He was born in Tribes Hill, N. Y. He spent one year in public school and then went to Gilmore Academy
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  • -1511- My Eye is fuller than my vase — -202- My Faith is larger than the Hills — -766- My first well Day — since many ill — -574- My friend attacks my
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  • matriculated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in December 1629, his tutor being Thomas Hill, D.D. [q. v.] At Cambridge he studied medicine. In 1632 he went with
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  • Prince: a Novel of New York 1883, San Francisco 1885, T.B. Aldrich on Beacon Hill, and round it, with Richard Watson Gilder 1886, Mr. Howells in Beacon Street
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  • of Experience (1873) Beginning Again, Being a Continuation of "Work," (1875) Eight Cousins; or, The Aunt-Hill (1875) Silver Pitchers, and Independence:
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  • William (fl.1604) Herbert, William (1580-1630) Hicks, Michael Higgins, John Hill, Adam Hoddesdon, John Holinshed, Raphael Holland, Henry (1583-1650?) Holland
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  • philosophy chair at St. Andrews University, among the competing candidates being Thomas Hill Green [q. v.]. This chair he held till 1876, when he succeeded Thomas
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  • William Knowles, James (1759-1840) Knowles, James Sheridan Lancaster, Henry Hill Lee, Henry (1765-1836) Leigh, Richard Leycester, John Lovett, Richard Macpherson
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  • Love's Diet The Will The Funeral The Blossom The Primrose, Being at Montgomery Castle, Upon the Hill, on Which It Is Situate The Relic The Damp The Dissolution
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  • Plain Tales from the Hills by Rudyard Kipling Lispeth 123375Plain Tales from the Hills — LispethRudyard Kipling Look, you have cast out Love!
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  • Autumnal Evening To Fortune 1794 Perspiration. A Travelling Eclogue On Bala Hill Imitated from the Welsh The Death of the Starling The Faded Flower Monody
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  • Trunk Road across the hills of Upper Bengal, Paras-Nath, &c. in the Soane Valley; and on the Kymaor branch of the Vindhya hills. (Journ. As. Soc. Bengal
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  • of William Blake [Los the Terrible] With happiness stretchd across the hills.... From the letter to Thomas Butts, 22 November 1802 Songs and Ballads
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  • Skulls on Wikilivres. The Hills of the Dead (1930) – Copyrighted in the United States until 2026 due to Renewal R208382 The Hills of the Dead on Wikilivres
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  • widow’s son, or, Which is the traitor: a melo-drama in three acts Bunker-Hill, or, The death of General Warren: an historic tragedy, in five acts The
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  • Young (May 18, 1877) Trying to be Saints—Treasures of the Everlasting Hills—The Hill Cumorah—Obedience to True Principle the Key to Knowledge—All Enjoyment
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  • Letter to Huang Niantian The Chinese People’s Volunteers Should Cherish Every Hill, Every River, Every Tree and Every Blade of Grass in Korea Main Points of
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  • Jefferies' Land: A History of Swindon and its Environs, ed. G. Toplis (1896) The Hills and the Vale, collected and introduced by E. Thomas (1909) “Jefferies,
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