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Proofread works added in 2019
These works are from scanned texts and have been proofread at least once, if not fully validated.

January[edit]

  1. Bohemia: An Historical Sketch (1920)
  2. Roger Jason Stone Jr. Indictment (2019)
  3. Free Range Lanning, A Western Story (1921)
  4. The Eclogues and Georgics of Virgil (1910)
    by Virgil, translated by John William Mackail
  5. Principles Involved in the Preservation of Fish by Salt (1922)
  6. A Philosophical Essay on Probabilities (1902)
    by Pierre-Simon Laplace (French original 1840), translated by Frederick Wilson Truscott and Frederick Lincoln Emory
  7. Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters (1819)
  8. Virgil (1870)
  9. New species of grasses from South America (1923)
  10. The Kidnapped Prime Minister (1923)
  11. Rules of Life (1865)
    by Johan Amos Comenius (Latin original 1645)
  12. The Eclogues of Virgil (1908)
    by Virgil, translated by John William Mackail
  13. The Million Dollar Bond Robbery (1923)
  14. The Choëphoroe of Aeschylus (1923)
  15. The Prophet (1923)
  16. Of the Imitation of Christ (1901)
  17. Pastoral Poems; Selected Poetry; Pastoral Poetry (1909)

February[edit]

  1. The Life of Henry the Fifth (1918)
  2. Whiskered Bat (Myotis mystacinus) in captivity (1899)
    by Charles Oldham, published in The Zoologist, 4th series, vol 3, issue 692, p. 49–53
  3. Cheskian Anthology (1832)
  4. The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth (1921)
  5. New Hampshire (1923)
  6. The Bartered Bride (1908)
    by Bedřich Smetana, libretto by Karel Sabina, German translation Max Kalbeck, English translation Helen J. Harvitt
  7. The Midsummer Night (1854)
    by Ludwig Tieck, translated by Mary C. Rumsey
  8. Pelléas and Melisande (1907)
  9. The Souvenir of Western Women (1905)
  10. One year at the Russian court (1918)
  11. The First Part of King Henry the Fourth (1917)
  12. A Handful of Pleasant Delights (1878)
    by Clement Robinson et al., edited by Edward Arber
  13. The Spirit of Japanese Poetry (1914)