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  1. Messiah (c. 1749)
  2. Christian Science War Time Activities (1922)
    by First Church of Christ, Scientist, War Relief Committee
  3. The Inscription on the Stele of Méšaʿ (1919)
  4. The Oldest Known Writing in Siamese: The Inscription of Phra Ram Khamhæng of Sukhothai, 1293 A.D. (1909)
  5. The Perfect Tribute (1913)
  6. The Famous History of the Learned Friar Bacon (1802)
  7. The Young Timber-cruisers; or, Fighting the Spruce Pirates (1911)
  8. Two Lectures on the Checks to Population (1833)
  9. Cannetella (1850)
  10. The Fool's Revenge (1868)
    by Victor Hugo, translated and adapted by Tom Taylor
  11. Madame Roland (1886)
  12. Trails to Two Moons (1920)
  13. Ruggles of Red Gap (1922)
  14. Did Charles Bradlaugh Die an Atheist? (1898)
  15. Notable South Australians (1885)