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IN JANUARY 1899 an advertisement appeared in the national daily newspapers, including the Manchester Guardian, the Leeds Mercury, the Birmingham Post and the Standard Wanted a competent man as Chief Librarian and Secretary, Salary 100 per annum. Copies of testimonials and particulars as to...
ELIZABETH, Queen of Roumania between 1881 and her death in 1916, was a writer. For many years she turned out verses and stories purely for her own interest and that of her private circle, but then one day it occurred to her that as what she wrote seemed to go down well with friends and...
PIERREATHANASE LAROUSSE is best known as the cofounder, in 1852, of the publishing house which has produced a wide range of encyclopedias and dictionaries. His greatest work, Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe sicle, provides the main source of biographical information. He was born at Toucy,...
ALTHOUGH instances of publishers who have named magazines after themselves are relatively commonLongman's, Macmillan's, and Scribner's are perhaps the best known, along with Blackwood's immortal Magait is rare for an active man of letters to be asked to lend his name to a political and literary...
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