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November 2016

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Fables of Aesop and Other Eminent Mythologists[edit]

Remarks (Google)

Aesop at the Bell-Tavern in Westminster, or, a present from the October-Club (Google)

The (New) Newgate Calendar[edit]

The New & Complete Newgate Calendar, or Villany Displayed in All Its Branches[edit]

The New Newgate Calendar[edit]

Being Interesting Memoirs of Notorious Characters Who Have Been Convicted of Outrages on the Laws of England During the Seventeenth Century Brought Down to the Present Time

The Newgate Calendar[edit]

Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most Notorious Characters Who Have Been Convicted of Outrages on the Laws of England Since the Commencement of the Eighteenth Century

The Chronicles of Crime, or The New Newgate Calendar[edit]

Geneva Bible[edit]

Rosalind and Helen, a modern eclogue; With Other Poems[edit]


Letters to the Examiner[edit]

Rogue's Lexicon[edit]

A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue[edit]

A System of Vegetables[edit]

in two volumes (1783)[edit]


  • translated by Meric Casaubon
  • 1882 (translated by George Long) [Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus]
  • 1910 (translated by George Long) [Meditations of Marcus Aurelius]
  • 1906 (translated by John Jackson) [The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus]
  • 1887 (translated by Gerald H. Rendall) [Marcus Aurelius Antoninus to Himself]
  • 1914 (translated by Gerald H. Rendall) [Marcus Aurelius Antoninus to Himself]

Henry Gray[edit]

Gray's Anatomy[edit]

  • 1858, EN 1st
  • 1859, US from EN 1st
  • 1860, EN 2nd
  • 1862, US from EN 2nd
  • 1864, EN 3rd
  • 1866, US from EN 2nd
  • 1867, US from EN 2nd
  • 1869, EN 5th
  • 1870, US from EN 5th
  • 1872, EN 6th
  • 1875, EN 7th
  • 1877, EN 8th
  • 1878, US from EN 8th
  • 1880, EN 9th
  • 1883, EN 10th
  • 1883, US from EN 10th
  • 1887, US from EN 11th
  • 1893, EN 13th
  • 1897, US from EN 13th
  • 1897, EN 14th
  • 1901, US from EN 15th
  • 190?, "New" US from EN 15th
  • 1907, "New" US from EN ??th [Revised, printed and copyrighted, 1905. Reprinted, 1906. Reprinted with alterations and recopyrighted, 1907.]
  • 1913, US from EN 18th
  • 1918, US 20th

Descriptive and Applied[edit]

The Thirty-Nine Steps[edit]

  • 1915 (George H. Doran)
  • 1915 (Grosset & Dunlap)
  • 1947 (Longmans, Green & Co.)


Pages to convert to <math>[edit]

Caltech "Engineering and Science"[edit]

Up to and including Volume 27:3, December 1963 can be done on Wikisource, all else link to page.