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January[edit]

  1. His Majesty the King (1890)
     by Rudyard Kipling
  2. The Settled Estates Act, 1882
     by Harry Lyndsay Manby
  3. An address delivered by the Hon. Mrs. Welby to the married women of Newton on the first Thursday in Lent, 1872
     by Victoria Welby
  4. Notes on five years' experiments on hop manuring conducted at Golden Green, Hadlow, Tonbridge (1900)
     by Bernard Shirley Dyer
  5. Riders of the Silences
     by John Frederick (better known as Max Brand)
  6. On the Similarity of Effect of Electrical Stimulus on Inorganic and Living Substances (1900)
     by Jagadish Chandra Bose
  7. Indian Palmistry (1895)
     by Mrs. J. B. Dale
  8. Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination (1919)
     by Walter de la Mare
  9. Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle (1911)
     by Victor Appleton
  10. The Comic English Grammar (1840)
     by Percival Leigh
  11. The Order for Compline, or, Prayers before Bed-Time (1847)
  12. Mashi and Other Stories (1918)
     by Rabindranath Tagore
  13. Embarrassments (1896)
     by Henry James
  14. Hints for the improvement of village schools and the introduction of industrial work (1859)
     by John Fitzwygram
  15. The Four Swindlers (1920)
     by Francis Bradley Bradley-Birt
  16. The Land of Heart's Desire (1894)
     by William Butler Yeats
  17. The White Bull (1774 — 1906 for translation)
     by Voltaire
  18. The Complete Poems of Francis Ledwidge (1919)
     by Francis Ledwidge
  19. A Tangled Tale (1885)
     by Lewis Carroll
  20. The Postmaster (1918)
     by Rabindranath Tagore
  21. Iolanthe (1882)
     by W. S. Gilbert
  22. Folk-tales of Bengal (1912)
     by Lal Behari Dey, illustrated by Warwick Goble
  23. Dick Hamilton's Steam Yacht (1911)
     by Howard Roger Garis
  24. Marlborough and other poems (1919)
     by Charles Hamilton Sorley
  25. Zanele Situ: My Story (2014)
     by Liz Sparg, Jesse Breytenbach, and Andy Thesen
  26. The Kiss and its History (1902)
     by Kristoffer Nyrop
  27. Views in India, chiefly among the Himalaya Mountains (1838)
     by George Francis White
  28. In the Seven Woods (1903)
     by William Butler Yeats
  29. United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (1979)
     by United Nations General Assembly
  30. On Our Selection (1903)
     by Steele Rudd
  31. The Adventures of Two Thieves and of their Sons (1912)
     by Lal Behari Dey, illustrated by Warwick Goble
  32. Dave Porter at Star Ranch (1910)
     by Edward Stratemeyer
  33. Review of Governance of Wikimedia UK (2013)
     by Compass Partnership
  34. Primary and classical education (1867)
     by Robert Lowe
  35. An address on compulsory education (1871)
     by Richard Gardner

February[edit]

  1. Oswald Bastable and Others (1905)
     by E. Nesbit
  2. Adam Bede (1859)
     by George Eliot
  3. The Fight Against Lynching (1919)
     by National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  4. The Country House (1843)
     by Alexis de Chateauneuf, translated by Mary Fox
  5. Choephori (1886)
     by Aeschylus, translated by Anna Swanwick
  6. Kim (1912)
     by Rudyard Kipling
  7. Plautus and Terence (1873)
     by William Lucas Collins
  8. Catholic Hymns (1860)
     by Henry Formby
  9. Wet Magic (1913)
     by E. Nesbit
  10. The Cheerful Clan (1920)
     by Agnes Repplier
  11. Boys of Columbia High on the Ice (1911)
     by Graham B. Forbes
  12. The Discovery of Radium (1921)
     by Marie Skłodowska Curie
  13. The Huron; or, Pupil of Nature (1767)
     by Voltaire
  14. The Garden of Eden (1885)
     by John Doughty
  15. The Future of the Women's Movement (1913)
     by Helena Maria Swanwick
  16. Silas Marner (1907)
     by George Eliot
  17. The Wouldbegoods (1901)
     by E. Nesbit
  18. Agamemnon (1886)
     by Aeschylus, translated by Anna Swanwick
  19. The madman, his parables and poems (1918)
     by Kahlil Gibran
  20. Rudder Grange (1909)
     by Frank R. Stockton
  21. Wild Folk (1922)
     by Samuel Scoville, Jr.
  22. Free as in Freedom 2.0 (2010)
     by Sam Williams, revisions by Richard M. Stallman
  23. Stalky & Co. (1899)
     by Rudyard Kipling
  24. Philochristus (1878)
     by Edwin Abbott Abbott
  25. The Hambledon Men (1907)
     by Edward Verrall Lucas (editor)
  26. The Printer's Devil (1921)
     by Anon
  27. Euripides (1879)
     by John Pentland Mahaffy
  28. Napoleon's Young Neighbor
     by Helen Leah Reed
  29. Ideas of Good and Evil (1903)
     by William Butler Yeats

March[edit]

  1. 2004 Orrin Hatch on Judicial Nominations (2004)
     by Orrin Hatch
  2. Book of the Dead (1916)
     by Supreme Council of the Order of Rameses
  3. Asoka - the Buddhist Emperor of India (1920)
     by Vincent Arthur Smith
  4. The Persians (1886)
     by Aeschylus, translated by Anna Swanwick
  5. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885)
     by Mark Twain, illustrated by E. W. Kemble
  6. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin (1853)
     by Harriet Beecher Stowe
  7. An essay upon the constitutional rights as to slave property (1840)
     by Conway Robinson
  8. Alcohol, a Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine (1900)
     by Martha M. Allen
  9. Abroad with Mark Twain and Eugene Field (1922)
     by Henry William Fischer
  10. Adapting and Writing Language Lessons (1971)
     by Earl W. Stevick
  11. An Easter Sermon (1900)
     by Agnes Repplier
  12. McCaskill Takes Aim at Diet Scams that are 'a crisis in consumer protection' (2014)
     by Claire McCaskill
  13. Letter from Anne Warren Weston to Deborah Weston (1842)
     by Anne Warren Weston
  14. Aeschylus (1870)
     by Reginald Copleston
  15. The Life of Dominic Savio (1914)
     by John Bosco
  16. A Child of the Jago (1896)
     by Arthur Morrison
  17. The Cricket Field (1854)
     by James Pycroft
  18. Ennui (1897)
     by Agnes Repplier
  19. "The War-Song of Dinas Vawr" (1829)
     by Thomas Love Peacock
  20. Remarks by the President Announcing Judge Merrick Garland as his Nominee to the Supreme Court (2016)
     by Barack Obama
  21. Eumenides (1886)
     by Aeschylus, translated by Anna Swanwick
  22. The Lark (1922)
     by E. Nesbit
  23. The Jubilee Book of Cricket (1897)
     by K.S. Ranjitsinhji
  24. The Other House (1896)
     by Henry James
  25. New Uncommercial Samples (1869)
     by Charles Dickens
  26. Bar-20 (1907)
     by Clarence Edward Mulford
  27. Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Wikipedia Signpost (2005)
     by Michael Snow
  28. A Sheaf Gleaned in French Fields (1876)
     by Toru Dutt

April[edit]

  1. The Children's Plutarch: Tales of the Greeks (1910)
     by Frederick James Gould
  2. A Naval Biographical Dictionary (1849)
     by William Richard O'Byrne
  3. An Address to the Irish People (1812)
     by Percy Bysshe Shelley
  4. A Lament for Adonis (1851)
     by Bion, translated by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  5. Avon Fantasy Reader, Volume 11 (1949)
     by various authors
  6. The World Factbook (1982)
     by United States Central Intelligence Agency
  7. Memorial written by Josephine Griffing asking that women be commissioned to assist with the care and education of the freedmen (1864)
     by Josephine Griffing
  8. Morning-Glories and Other Stories (1871)
     by Louisa May Alcott
  9. Radio-active substances (1904)
     by Marie Skłodowska Curie
  10. Advice to Officers in India (1856)
     by John McCosh
  11. The education of the farmer (1857)
     by Thomas Dyke Acland
  12. The History of British Commerce, Volume II (1844)
     by George Lillie Craik
  13. Of Englishe Dogges (1576)
     by John Caius, translated by Abraham Fleming
  14. The Man of Forty Crowns (1906)
     by Voltaire, translated by William F. Fleming
  15. Letters of Tagore (1917)
     by Rabindranath Tagore
  16. Prometheus Bound (1886)
     by Aeschylus, translated by Anna Swanwick
  17. Sultana's Dream (1905)
     by Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
  18. The Tale of Viswamitra (1911)
     by William Douglas Monro
  19. Logic Taught by Love (1905)
     by Mary Everest Boole
  20. US President Obama letter to Senator Mark Kirk on meeting with Merrick Garland (2016)
     by Barack Obama
  21. Letters concerning the English Nation (1733)
     by Voltaire
  22. Cricket (1903)
     by Horatio Gordon Hutchinson
  23. Kinship and social organisation (1914)
     by W. H. R. Rivers
  24. Japan: a lecture (1916)
     by Rabindranath Tagore
  25. Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2013 (2013)
     by the United States Congress
  26. Gandhi, The Man and His Message (1925)
     by Dalip Singh Saund
  27. 17 Bipartisan Legislators Introduce Bill to Revoke Bill Cosby's Medal of Freedom (2016)
     by Paul Gosar
  28. The Guilt of William Hohenzollern (1919)
     by Karl Kautsky
  29. A most beautiful dog (18th/19th century)
     by unknown
  30. Oedipus the King (1878)
     by Sophocles, translated by Edward Hayes Plumptre
  31. A Practical Treatise on Brewing (4th ed.) (1849)
     by William Black (brewer)
  32. Mary Tudor (1833 - Translated from French, 1909)
     by Victor Hugo
  33. The Response of Inorganic Matter to Mechanical and Electrical Stimulus (1901)
     by Jagadish Chandra Bose

May[edit]

A Parody on Iolanthe (1883)
 by Davison Dalziel
The punishments of China (1802)
 by George Henry Mason, illustrated by John Dadley
The Judicial Capacity of the General Convention Exemplified (1857)
 by Benjamin Fiske Barrett
The Mutiny of the Bengal Army (1857)
 by George Bruce Malleson
A Mainsail Haul (1913)
 by John Masefield
The Spoils of Poynton (1897)
 by Henry James
Selected Papers on Hysteria and Other Psychoneuroses (1912)
 by Sigmund Freud, (tr.) A. A. Brill
The formative period in Colby's history (1912)
 by Charles Phillips Chipman
The Church Manual (1916)
 by Henry Boyer Brumbaugh
The City: Suggestions for the investigation of human behavior in the city environment (1915)
 by Robert Ezra Park
A History of Inland Transport and Communication in England (1912)
 by Edwin A. Pratt
Three Thousand Selected Quotations from Brilliant Writers (1909)
 by Josiah Hotchkiss Gilbert
Method of Finding the Longitude (1823)
 by John Tyrrell Baylee
Prometheus Bound (1851)
 by Aeschylus, translated by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
English for Teachers (1974)
 by Daniel D. Holt
The Rosary: Its History and How to Say It (1926)
 by Michael Davitt Forrest
Remarks on the Law Regarding Marriage with the Sister of a Deceased Wife (1845)
 by Abraham Hayward
Order In Council PC4458-1941 : Private lands expropriated (1941)
 by Government of Canada
North American Plesiosaurs: Elasmosaurus, Cimoliasaurus, and Polycotylus (1906)
 by Samuel Wendell Williston
General James Shields, Soldier, Orator, Statesman (1915)
 by Henry Anson Castle
Probate and Legacy Duties Act 1808
 by Parliament of the United Kingdom
Russian Folk-Tales (1916)
 by Alexander Nikolaevich Afanasyev, translated by Leonard Arthur Magnus
The Homes of the New World (1853)
 by Fredrika Bremer
Saints or Spirits? (1920)
 by Agnes Repplier
The Forlorn Hope (1836)
 by Anna Maria Hall

June[edit]

An Address to the People on the Death of the Princess Charlotte (1817)
 by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Adventures of one Hans Pfaall (1850)
 by Edgar Allan Poe
The Children's Plutarch: Tales of the Romans (1910)
 by Frederick James Gould
California State Constitution of 1879 (1879)
 by the State of California
The London Gazette 28314 (1909)
 by the Government of the United Kingdom
Oedipus the King (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
On the Irony of Sophocles (1833)
 by Connop Thirlwall
The Pig and the Box (2009)
 by MCM
Federated Australia (1901)
 by Alfred Odgers
A letter to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M.P. on his proposed Bill for the Amendment of the Poor Laws (1807)
 by Thomas Robert Malthus
Federal Election Commission in the Matter of Robert Aderholt for Congress and Jeff Mobley, in his official capacity as treasurer (2012)
 by the Federal Election Commission
Scientific Method in Biology (1898)
 by Elizabeth Blackwell
Letter from William Beaumont to Samuel Beaumont (1811)
 by William Beaumont
The Bishop's Candlesticks (1908)
 by Norman McKinnel
The Highway Code (1931)
 by Ministry of Transport
The Mediaeval Mind (1911)
 by Henry Osborn Taylor
Discourses of Politics (1863)
 by Theodore Parker
The Venerable Don Bosco, the Apostle of Youth (1916)
 by M. S. Pine
The Anti-Apartheid (United Nations Convention) Act 1981 (1981)
 by Parliament of India
Liberty Reserve, et al. — indictment (2013)
 by US District Court, Southern District of New York
Van Cise exhibits to the Commission on Industrial Relations regarding Colorado coal miner's strike (1916)
The Book of the Damned (1919)
 by Charles Fort
Wrong and Right Methods of Dealing with Social Evil (1883)
 by Elizabeth Blackwell
Address of Narendra Modi to the Joint Sitting of the U. S. Congress (2016)
 by Narendra Damodardas Modi
A Garland for Girls (1893)
 by Louisa May Alcott
A Lecture on the Study of History (1911)
 by John Acton
The New Latin Primer (1888)
 by John Percival Postgate
The Acharnians (1909)
 by Aristophanes, translated by John Hookham Frere
The Literary Sense (1903)
 by E. Nesbit
Descriptions of Some New Species of Devonian Fossils (1918)
 by Clinton R. Stauffer
Department of Justice Report Regarding the Criminal Investigation into the Shooting Death of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer Darren Wilson (2015)
 by US Department of Justice
The Nature and Origin of the Noun Genders of the Indo-European Languages (1897)
 by Karl Brugmann, translated by Edmund Y. Robbins
Voyage from France to Cochin-China, in the Ship Henry (1821)
 by L. Rey
Whole Works of Joseph Butler (1850)
 by Joseph Butler
Ten nights in a bar-room and what I saw there (1882)
 by Timothy Shay Arthur
The Practical Designer for Women's and Misses' Underwear (1918)
 by Isidor Rosenfeld
St. Irvyne; or, the Rosicrucian (1811)
 by Percy Bysshe Shelley

July[edit]

An Attempt Towards An International Language (1889)
 by L. L. Zamenhof
The Intrigues, Amours, & Adventures of Rachel Cunningham (1820)
 by Anonymous
The White Company (1901)
 by A. Conan Doyle
Day, a Pastoral (1814)
 by John Cunningham
What Maisie Knew (1897)
 by Henry James
The Rainbow (1915)
 by D. H. Lawrence
Rainbow Valley (1919)
 by L. M. Montgomery
Inaugural lecture on The Study of History (1906)
 by Charles William Chadwick Oman
The Green Rust (1920)
 by Edgar Wallace
Memorandum regarding Military Strength of the Soviet Union (1938)
 by Philip R. Faymonville
A History of Banking in the United States (1896)
 by William Graham Sumner
Costumes of the Canary Islands (1829)
 by Alfred Diston
Mexico's dilemma (1918)
 by Carl William Ackerman
The measure of value stated and illustrated (1823)
 by Thomas Robert Malthus
Antigone (1878)
 by Sophocles, translated by Edward Hayes Plumptre
Antigone (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
The George Inn, Southwark (1918)
 by Bertram Waldrom Matz
A First Series of Hymns and Songs‎ (1853)
 by Henry Formby (ed.)
Celtic Mythology (1918)
 by John Arnott MacCulloch
Twice-Told Tales (1837)
 by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Birth of the War-God (1853)
 by Kālidāsa, translated by Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith
Œdipus at Colonos (1878)
 by Sophocles, translated by Edward Hayes Plumptre
Oedipus at Colonus (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
On Electromotive Wave accompanying Mechanical Disturbance in Metals in Contact with Electrolyte (1902)
 by Jagadish Chandra Bose
Good King Wenceslas (1904)
 by John Mason Neale, illustrated by Arthur Gaskin
The Sky Pilot (1899)
 by Ralph Connor
Vida's Art of Poetry‎ (1725)
 by Marco Girolamo Vida, translated by Christopher Pitt
The Viy (1835)
 by Nikolai Gogol, translated by Claud Field
Observations on medical reform (1841)
 by John Kidd
How to Keep Bees (1905)
 by Anna Botsford Comstock
The Economics of Climate Change: a Primer (2003)
 by Congressional Budget Office
Ajax (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
Report of a Tour through the Bengal Provinces (1878)
 by J. D. Beglar
Colas Breugnon (1919)
 by Romain Rolland, translated by Katherine Miller
Understood Betsy (1917)
 by Dorothy Canfield
Isvar Chandra Vidyasagar, a story of his life and work (1902)
 by Subal Chandra Mitra

August[edit]

Sir Martyn: A Poem, in the Manner of Spenser (1777)
 by William Julius Mickle
Eminent English liberals in and out of Parliament (1880)
 by John Morrison Davidson
State vs. National Control of Public Forests from the viewpoint of a western state (1913)
 by Joseph Nathan Teal
Trachiniae (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
Poverty: its effects on the political condition of the people (1870s)
 by Charles Bradlaugh
On an Evolutionist Theory of Axioms (1889)
 by John Cook Wilson
Speech of Samuel J. May (1851)
 by Samuel Joseph May
Mr. John Stuart Mill and the ballot (1869)
 by an Westminster elector
Poor Law Administration, its Chief Principles and their Results in England and Ireland as Compared with Scotland (1864)
 by Edwin Chadwick
Whether the minority of electors should be represented by a majority in the House of Commons? (1875)
 by Frederick Augustus Maxse
Frederick Augustus Maxse (1880)
 by John Morrison Davidson
Sophocles (1871)
 by Clifton Wilbraham Collins
Electra (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
Framley Parsonage (1871)
 by Anthony Trollope
The land, the people, and the coming struggle (1880)
 by Charles Bradlaugh
Home rule (1886)
 by Edward Spencer Beesly
Edward Spencer Beesly (1880)
 by John Morrison Davidson
Aviation Accident Report: American Airlines Flight on 22 December 1934 (1935)
 by Eugene L. Vidal
Address at Oregon Bar Association annual meeting (1910)
 by Frederick Van Voorhies Holman
A History of Freedom of Thought (1913)
 by J. B. Bury
Aviation Accident Report: United Air Lines crash on 20 December 1934 (1936)
 by Bureau of Air Safety
Aviation Accident Report: 1 December 1934 glider crash (1934)
 by Eugene L. Vidal
Blue Magic (1919)
 by Edith Ballinger Price
The Theory of Evolution as an Aid to Faith in God and Belief in the Resurrection (1911)
 by William Henry Chamberlin
Cromwell (1827, 1909 for translation)
 by Victor Hugo
Why do men starve? (1870s)
 by Charles Bradlaugh
Remarks on some proposed alterations in the course of medical education at the University of Edinburgh (1830)
 by a Graduate of the Old School
Charles Bradlaugh (1880)
 by John Morrison Davidson
The Financial History of the State of Oregon (1909)
 by Frederick George Young
The parallel between the English and American civil wars (1910)
 by Charles Harding Firth
Why the History of English Law is Not Written (1888)
 by Frederic William Maitland
The Vizier of the Two-horned Alexander (1899)
 by Frank R. Stockton
Reform or revolution (1870s)
 by Charles Bradlaugh
Knowing and acting (1910)
 by John Alexander Smith
What is technology? (1855)
 by George Wilson
Tutt and Mr. Tutt (1920)
 by Arthur Train
Life of Tolstoy (1911)
 by Romain Rolland
On the teaching of medicine in Edinburgh University (1879)
 by Thomas Grainger Stewart
A vindication of the University of Edinburgh (1822)
 by Lawson Whalley
The study of Anglo-Norman (1920)
 by Paul Studer

September[edit]

Thoughts upon the African Slave Trade (1788)
 by John Newton (1725-1807)
Oregon Historical Quarterly, volume 7, number 2 (1906)
 by Frederic George Young
The Analyst: a Discourse addressed to an Infidel Mathematician (1734)
 by George Berkeley
A Girl of the Limberlost (1909)
 by Gene Stratton-Porter
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1992 (April 29, 1992)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Poetry of Architecture (1873)
 by John Ruskin
Telegram - Winston Churchill to Franklin D. Roosevelt (May 10, 1941) 3:38 p.m. (1941)
 by Winston Churchill
The Principles of Parliamentary Representation (1884)
 by Lewis Carroll
The Seven against Thebes (1922)
 by Aeschylus, translated by Geoffrey Montague Cookson
Sun-Beams may be extracted from Cucumbers, but the process is tedious (1799)
 by David Daggett
The Channel Tunnel: Ought the Democracy to Oppose or Support It? (1887)
 by Charles Bradlaugh
A caution and warning to Great Britain and Her Colonies in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British Dominions (1766)
 by Anthony Benezet
Westward Ho! (1855)
 by Charles Kingsley
Oregon Historical Quarterly, volume 7, number 1 (1906)
 by Frederic George Young
The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1901)
 by Beatrix Potter
The Small House at Allington, Vol. 1 (1864)
 by Anthony Trollope
The Pilgrim's Progress every child can read (1909)
 by John Bunyan
The Persians (1922)
 by Aeschylus, translated by Geoffrey Montague Cookson
The Academy of the Fine Arts and Its Future (1890)
 by Edward Hornor Coates
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African (1794)
 by Olaudah Equiano
A New Opportunity in the Building of a State (1906)
 by Luella Clay Carson
Rural Hours (1851)
 by Susan Fenimore Cooper
A Dancer's Tale (2014)
 by Samantha Cutler, Thea Nicole De Klerk, and Roberto Pita
Football: The Association Game (1906)
 by Charles William Alcock
Pierre and Jean (1902)
 by Guy de Maupassant, translated by Clara Bell
The Suppliant Maidens (1922)
 by Aeschylus, translated by Geoffrey Montague Cookson

October[edit]

Air Service Boys Flying for France (1919)
 by Charles Amory Beach
The Meeting of the Olympian Games (1900)
 by Pierre de Coubertin
Poems (1773)
 by Anna Laetitia Barbauld
Taras Bulba (1916)
 by Nikolai Gogol
Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes (1917)
 by Beatrix Potter
Irralie's Bushranger (1896)
 by E. W. Hornung
On the Iron at Big Cloud (1911)
 by Frank L. Packard
England and Ireland (1868)
 by John Stuart Mill
Hecuba (1894)
 by Euripides, translated by Arthur Sanders Way
More Tish (1921)
 by Mary Roberts Rinehart
In the Cage (1898)
 by Henry James
Aurora Australis (1908)
 by Ernest Henry Shackleton
The Adventures of Jimmie Dale (1917)
 by Frank L. Packard
The Furies, 2nd ed. (1889)
 by Aeschylus, translated by Edmund Doidge Anderson Morshead
Joy in Suffering (1933)
 by Adolph Alexander Noser
Penelope's Progress (1898)
 by Kate Douglas Wiggin
Interrogation of Frau Paula WOLFF (Frl. Paula HITLER) (1945)
 by Paula Hitler
The Small House at Allington, Vol. 2 (1864)
 by Anthony Trollope
Noughts and Crosses (1891)
 by Q
Chinese Fairy Tales (1920)
 by H. A. Giles
The Lightning Conductor (1905)
 by C. N. & A. M. Williamson
Philoctetes (1917)
 by Sophocles, translated by Richard Claverhouse Jebb
Bills of Mortality (1908)
 by William Alfred Brend
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2003 (May 1, 2003)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2002
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2001
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2000 (May 1, 2000)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1999 (April 30, 1999)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1998 (May 1, 1998)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1997 (April 30, 1997)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1996 (April 30, 1996)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1995 (April 29, 1995)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 1994 (April 30, 1994)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative

November[edit]

No and Yes (1909)
 by Mary Baker G. Eddy
The Rover Boys Down East (1911)
 by Arthur M. Winfield
Bindle (1916)
 by Herbert Jenkins
Teleny, or The Reverse of the Medal (1893)
 by Anonymous, widely attributed to Oscar Wilde
Eulis! the History of Love (1874)
 by Paschal Beverly Randolph
Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent (1851)
 by the Council of Trent, translated by Theodore Alois Buckley
The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1916)
 by Beatrix Potter, illustrated by Virginia Albert
The London Guide and Stranger's Safeguard (1812)
 by Anonymous
The Last Chronicle of Barset Vol 1 (1867)
 by Anthony Trollope
Patricia Brent, Spinster (1918)
 by Herbert Jenkins
The Outdoor Chums (1911)
 by Quincy Allen
Fathers of Men (1912)
 by E. W. Hornung
On the Devil, and Devils (1880)
 by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots (2016)
 by Beatrix Potter
Dave Porter and His Rivals (1911)
 by Edward Stratemeyer
Oregon Historical Quarterly, volume 7, number 3 (1906)
 by Frederic George Young
Penrod (1914)
 by Booth Tarkington
Retrospection and Introspection (1915)
 by Mary Baker Eddy
The Phœnician Maidens (1898)
 by Euripides, translated by Arthur Sanders Way
The Dream Doctor (1914)
 by Arthur B. Reeve
The Bobbsey Twins at Snow Lodge (1913)
 by Laura Lee Hope
On the various forces of nature and their relations to each other (1894)
 by Michael Faraday
The Door of Dread (1916)
 by Arthur Stringer
The Game of Logic (1887)
 by Lewis Carroll
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2010 (April 30, 2010)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2009 (April 30, 2009)
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2008
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2007
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2006
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2005
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2004
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative

December[edit]

The "Conscience Clause": speech of the Archdeacon of Taunton in the Lower House of Convocation of Canterbury, February 6th, 1866 (1866)
 by George Anthony Denison
"The Conscience Clause": its history, terms, effect, and principle : a reply to Archdeacon Denison (1866)
 by John Oakley
Maurine And Other Poems (1910)
 by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
A Plea for Atheism (1870s)
 by Charles Bradlaugh
Unity of Good (1890)
 by Mary Baker G. Eddy
Gamiani, or Two Passionate Nights (1833)
 by Alfred de Musset
The conscience clause: a letter to His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, Lord President of Her Majesty's Privy Council (1867)
 by Edward Bickersteth
The Vocabulary of Menander, considered in its relation to the Koine (1913)
 by Donald Blythe Durham
The Conscience Clause in 1866 (1866)
 by John Gellibrand Hubbard and George Trevor
The probable course of legislation on popular education, and the position of the church in regard to it (1868)
 by David Melville
The Zeppelin Destroyer (1916)
 by William Le Queux
Eminent Victorians (1918)
 by Lytton Strachey
Hymns for Advent and Christmas (1847)
 by John Stanley Tute
Two Little Pilgrims' Progress (1895)
 by Frances Hodgson Burnett
A Boys' Life of Booker T. Washington (1922)
 by Walter Clinton Jackson
Des Grieux, the Prelude to "Teleny" (1899)
 by Anonymous, widely attributed to Oscar Wilde
Memorandum : Rear-Admiral Sir John C. Dalrymple Hay's compulsory retirement from the British Navy (1870)
 by John Charles Dalrymple Hay
Aaron's Rod (1922)
 by D. H. Lawrence
Khaled (1891)
 by F. Marion Crawford
A Review of the State of the Question respecting the Admission of Dissenters to the Universities (1835)
 by Edward Denison
The Boys' Life of Mark Twain (1916)
 by Albert Bigelow Paine
Strange and Wonderful Prophesies (1649)
 by Eleanor Davies
The Last Chronicle of Barset, Vol. 2 (1867)
 by Anthony Trollope
Lonely O'Malley (1905)
 by Arthur Stringer
Voyages in the Northern Pacific (1896)
 by Peter Corney
The Soft Side (1900)
 by Henry James
The Glory of Paradise (1857)
 by Peter Damian, translated by Herbert Kynaston
National Anthem Act (1985)
 by the Parliament of Canada
The Museum, A Manual of the Housing and Care of Art Collections (1917)
 by Margaret Talbot Jackson
Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego (1920)
 by Sigmund Freud, (tr.) James Strachey
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2011
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
Witchcraft in Christian Countries (1882)
 by Saladin
Love Insurance (1914)
 by Earl Derr Biggers