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Fri Mar 21 17:07:48 2014 UTClccn-n791098950.00The daughters of the late colonel It began with a pony /0.751.00Louis Napoleon Parker papers,20543259Barry_Painn 79109895341787Barry, Pain, 1864-1928Pain, B., 1864-1928Pain, Barry, 1864-1928Pain, Barry E. 1864-1928Pain, Barry Eric Odell.Pain, Barry Eric Odell, 1864-1928lccn-n96064106Cloy, John D.lccn-n50026227Elgar, Edward1857-1934cmplccn-n79142936Tennyson, Alfred TennysonBaron1809-1892lccn-nr92041741Morris, Ellen Burroughslccn-n79056429Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth1807-1882lccn-n80002568Hay, John1838-1905lccn-n50034123Gordon, Adam Lindsay1833-1870lccn-n85195501Wastell, Simon-1632lccn-n80060933Jerome, Jerome K.(Jerome Klapka)1859-1927lccn-n84159604Asquith, Margot1864-1945Pain, Barry1864-1928FictionHumorMusical settingsCriticism, interpretation, etcPain, Barry,Humorous stories, EnglishConservatism in literatureWomen as literary charactersWorking class in literatureMasculinity in literatureChristianity in literatureShort storyEnglish wit and humorSongs with pianoTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,Hay, John,Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Gordon, Adam Lindsay,Morris, Ellen BurroughsCrusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character)Shipwreck survivalAsquith, Margot,Elgar, Alice,Percival, James Gates,Marston, Philip Bourke,Ross, Adrian,Motteux, Peter Anthony,Shakespeare, William,Wastell, Simon,Ingoldsby, Thomas,Swinburne, Algernon Charles,Noel, Roden,King, Henry,Garnett, Richard,Rossetti, Christina Georgina,Costello, Louisa Stuart,Browning, Elizabeth Barrett,Waller, Edmund,England--LondonWhitman, Walt,Wit and humorUtopiasSongs (Medium voice) with pianoShort stories, EnglishRobinsonadesSongs (High voice) with pianoAutobiographyEnglish fictionPart songs, EnglishVoyages, ImaginaryMansfield, Katherine,Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with pianoOperasShort stories1864192818911892189318941895189618971898190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311933193419351936193919441947194819691970197119761979198119831984198519891990199119962002200320052007200820102011201220133054205602823.912PR6031.A252048ocn060047989book19840.24Pain, BarryThe Eliza stories+-+772902803615013ocn001651425book19140.84Pain, BarryThe short storyCriticism, interpretation, etc12817ocn009134223book18910.84Pain, BarryIn a Canadian canoe ; The nine muses minus one and other stories11214ocn014026438book19200.88Pain, BarryMarge AskinforitHumor1065ocn000279263book19300.63Pain, BarryHumorous stories9213ocn002130265book19220.76Pain, BarryIf winter don't+-+65895380663248710ocn001096959book18920.88Pain, BarryStories and interludes827ocn002564638book18920.81Pain, BarryPlaythings and parodiesHumorChiefly short stories; some poems8013ocn002301047book19020.92Pain, BarryThe one before7813ocn005091731book19000.76Pain, BarryDe Omnibus7213ocn009460971book19120.92Pain, BarryStories without tears719ocn002672813book19000.76Pain, BarryRobinson Crusoe's returnFiction6015ocn011473962book19000.81Pain, BarryEliza5411ocn017202509book19050.70Pain, BarryThe memoirs of Constantine Dix5114ocn006616408book19100.73Pain, BarryThe exiles of Faloo5015ocn009568146book19100.84Pain, BarryStories in grey4911ocn003502235book19120.93Pain, BarryThe new Gulliver and other storiesFiction435ocn002486008book19160.93Pain, BarryCollected tales4216ocn018062382score18920.37Elgar, EdwardThe shepherd's song = Des Schäfer's LiedMusical settings345ocn011473978book19140.88Pain, BarryOne kind and another2332ocn054489369book20030.84Cloy, John DMuscular mirth : Barry Pain and the new humorCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+5239515745462ocn036777452score19960.79Elgar, EdwardSix songs : for voice and pianoMusical settings411ocn847748908score20130.81Elgar, EdwardSolo songs with piano, 1857-1900Musical settings191ocn010679417book18980.93Ros, Amanda McKittrickDelina Delaney41ocn156627053rcrd20030.47Buchanan, DorothyIt began with a ponyMusical settings21ocn156766670rcrd2005Buchanan, DorothyThe daughters of the late colonel It began with a ponyMusical settings21ocn664574977score19350.37Elgar, EdwardThe shepherd's song = Des Schäfer's LiedMusical settings11ocn122365285mix1.00Autographed correspondence collection of British-Canadian writersAutographsJohn Hopkinson, Julia S. Pardoe, Horatio Gilbert Parker, Edward Harry Myerstein, Gordon McNeil Rushforth, Frank T. Sabin, Sir Walter Scott, William Bell Scott, John Sinclair, Bram Stoker, Charles Waterton, Walter Theodore Watts-Dunton, Robert Allen Williams, William Jerdan, and Capel Lofft, Mark Lemon, Henry Melville, John Ruskin, John Godfrey Saxe, and Ernest Thompson Seton. The collection includes both 19th and 20th century correspondence, but the bulk is 19th century. Additional correspondents include John Britton, Lucas Cleeve, Alec Craig, Sir James Frazer, Sir Edwin Ray Lankester, Belloc Lowndes, George Macaulay Trevelyan, and Lucy Bethia Walford11ocn702152952bks1.00Literary Agency of LondonLetters to the Literary Agency of LondonThe collection contains letters from writers and agents to the Literary Agency of London which cover two basic themes: current projects in which the writers are currently engaged or are proposing; and responses to proposals that the Agency represent the individual. Writers include: A. C. Benson, Hilaire Belloc, [Oscar?] Browning, Constance Garnett, Walter Jerrold, Sheila Kaye-Smith, Justin Huntly McCarthy, "Lewis Melville" (Lewis Saul Benjamin), Gilbert Murray, Will Owen, Barry Pain, Rafael Sabatini, Philip Snowden, and Alfred Sutro11ocn050657890mix1.00Moreland, ArthurLettersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence11ocn489375069mix1.00Colles, William MorrisWilliam Morris Colles papersFiles dealing with publishers, the editing of manuscripts, serial rights, copyright, translation rights, financial accounts, and the like. Among the correspondents are A.P. Graves, Thomas Hardy, Frederick T. Jane, W.E. Norris, Alfred Ollivant, John Pendleton, William H. Rideing, Hall Caine, Prince Peter Kropotkin, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Douglas Sladden, and Mrs. Humphrey Ward11ocn426030826mix1.00Parker, Louis NapoleonLouis Napoleon Parker papersPoetryDramaThe Papers include an apparently complete collection of Parker's plays, many of which remain unpublished; most are typescripts bound especially for Parker, though some of the plays are in manuscript, and a very few are unbound. A number of these play scripts are annotated in Parker's hand, and some are bound with programs, newspaper clippings, and, in a few instances, with production photographs. Printed copies of several of Parker's plays are also included. The Papers also contain volumes of Parker's light verse and prose; his correspondence, datebook-style diaries and other personal documents; programs for productions of nearly all of Parker's plays; and newspaper clippings (generally contemporary reviews). The collection is completed by two small series: books owned by Parker, mostly presentation copies, and photographs. The Papers also include a portrait of Parker, in chalk, by Cyril Roberts01ocn309769209mixColles, William MorrisFiles dealing with publishers, the editing of manuscripts, serial rights, copyright, translation rights, financial accounts, and the like. Among the correspondents are A.P. Graves, Thomas Hardy, Frederick T. Jane, W.E. Norris, Alfred Ollivant, John Pendleton, William H. Rideing, Hall Caine, Prince Peter Kropotkin, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Douglas Sladden, and Mrs. Humphrey Ward+-+7729028036+-+7729028036Fri Mar 21 15:33:33 EDT 2014batch24974