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Fri Mar 21 17:12:28 2014 UTClccn-no20070513250.00Shakespeare's home0.791.00Our heavenly home : a sermon delivered at St. Mark's, St. John's Wood, on Christmas Day, 18615712472no20070513257404709Bellew, J.C.M.Bellew, Johan Chippendale Montesquieu 1823-1874Bellew, John Chippendall Montesquieu, 1823-1874Chippendale, John Montesquieu Bellew- 1823-1874Chippendall, John Montesquieu Bellew- 1823-1874lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-sh85121061Shakespeare familylccn-sh85027125Clopton familylccn-n87108368Allom, Thomas1804-1872lccn-n86133133Walsh, R.(Robert)1772-1852lccn-n94076934Wilson, Mark W.lccn-n79103643Harte, Bret1836-1902lccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-n86143868Hood, Tom1835-1874lccn-n79121384Goldsmith, Oliver1730?-1774Bellew, J. C. M.(John Chippendall Montesquieu)1823-1874HistoryPictorial worksGenealogySermonsManuscriptsTurkey--IstanbulShakespeare, William,HomesEngland--Stratford-upon-AvonShakespeare familyClopton familyEngland--WarwickshireEnglish poetryPoets, EnglishTravelChurch of EnglandSermonsChristianity--Essence, genius, natureCharity-schoolsGoldsmith, Oliver,Sermons, EnglishStanley, Arthur Penrhyn,Thomas, Theodore,Lincoln, Abraham,Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,Nilsson, Christine,Schurz, Carl,Livingstone, David,Ruskin, John,Waller, John Francis,Salvini, Tommaso,Book jacketsAndersen, H. C.--(Hans Christian),Pedro--II,--Emperor of Brazil,Curtis, George William,Ristori, Adelaide,Proctor, Richard A.--(Richard Anthony),Bellows, Henry W.--(Henry Whitney),Crabtree, Lotta,Kellogg, Clara Louise,Napoleon--III,--Emperor of the French,Gladstone, W. E.--(William Ewart),Bonheur, Rosa,Huxley, Thomas Henry,Kean, Charles John,Taylor, Bayard,Stanley, Henry M.--(Henry Morton),Louise,--Princess, Duchess of Argyll,Knight, Charles,Lowell, James Russell,Strauss, Johann,Victoria,--Queen of Great Britain,Thoreau, Henry David,MacDonald, George,Massey, Gerald,18231874184518501856185718591861186318641865186718681871187218741879188419621972198520062974363914.96PR2916ocn008193068ocn004520159ocn867362000ocn029076315ocn762860355ocn811526631844ocn000211701book18630.81Bellew, J. C. MShakespeare's home at New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon683ocn002963321book18630.84Bellew, J. C. MShakespere's home at New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon. Being a history of the "Great house" built in the reign of King Henry VII, by Sir Hugh Clopton, knight, and subsequently the property of William Shakespere, gent., wherein he lived and diedGenealogy372ocn079799975book20060.84Allom, ThomasConstantinople and the scenery of the seven churches of Asia Minor, illustratedHistoryPictorial works+-+3486888406337ocn008193068book18680.70Bellew, J. C. MPoets' corner: a manual for students in English poetry, with biographical sketches of the authors246ocn657540618com18650.79Bellew, J. C. MBlount Tempest194ocn006161446book18720.79Harte, BretThe complete works of Bret Harte, in prose and poetry : now first collected41ocn070994429book18560.47Bellew, J. C. MSermons preached in St. Philip's, Regent Street : together with two discourses delivered on the days of national thanksgiving, 1855, 1856Sermons31ocn228716833book18740.92Harte, Bret[The complete works of] Bret Harte in prose and poetry : now first collected21ocn081188673book18790.92J.M. Bellew's readings from American authors21ocn036034693book18590.92Bellew, J. C. MThe perishable and the imperishable : a sermon preached in the parish church of the Holy Trinity, Hull, on Sunday, the 20th of February 1859Sermons21ocn040679121book18590.92Bellew, J. C. MOliver Goldsmith : his life and writings11ocn870678190mix18500.10Phillpotts, HenryBishopstowe, Torquay, to Rev. J.M. BellewTelling him that he will not be in London "at the time mentioned" and therefore won't be able to see him in person11ocn226458619bookBellew, J. C. MShakespeare's homeManuscriptsManuscript copy of extracts from the article in The herald and genealogist, Part VI, concerning the arms of Shakespeare11ocn506526826book1.00Bellew, J. C. MOur heavenly home : a sermon delivered at St. Mark's, St. John's Wood, on Christmas Day, 186111ocn436216843book1864Phelps, SamuelMr. Phelps and the Stratford-upon-Avon CommitteeManuscriptsAutograph manuscript [of Samuel Phelps?] and 2 printed copies. Also, 2 copies of Mr. Phelps and the critics of his correspondence with the Stratford Committee, by Charles Lamb Kenney, 1864, The theatrical observer (no. 13, 057), 8 February 1864, and correspondence between Phelps and Robert E. Hunter, J.M. Bellew and others, November 1863-June 186411ocn166458175book18650.47Bellew, J. C. MBlount Tempest : in three volumes11ocn042966535book18451.00Bellew, J. C. MLoyalty: a legend of Speke Hall, Lancashire: a play: as licensed by the Lord Chamberlain, and originally performed11ocn506593534book1.00Bellew, J. C. MSelf-cultivation : a sermon11ocn054332834book18570.47Bellew, John Chippendall Montesquieu"What is the chaff to the wheat?" a primary sermon preached at St. Mark's Church, Hamilton Terrace, St. John's Wood, London11ocn506545152book1.00Bellew, J. C. MChildhood : a sermon11ocn281570634bookBellew, J. C. MAutograph letters signed from J.C.M (John Chippendall Montesquieu) Bellew to various peopleCorrespondents: [Charles John Kean], Turpin, John Francis Waller and William Winter. Notes on the Winter letter by Winter11ocn496992727book18610.47The Rev. J.M. Bellew, S.C.L. : of St. Mark's, MaryleboneBiographyPortraits11ocn070213959mix1.00Cartes-de-visite album and biographiesPhotographsPortraitsPhotographs in the album are chiefly of American and English literary figures, political figures and actors. The album is accompanied by a volume in which the album owner has recorded biographical information on the subject of each portrait. An accompanying list also notes the photographic studios producing the portraits+-+3486888406+-+3486888406Fri Mar 21 15:42:45 EDT 2014batch12931