5 edition of The Leland Manuscript found in the catalog.
December 30, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
The Leland Gordon papers include correspondence, manuscript of papers and book chapter drafts for Economics for Consumers, conference proceedings and other printed materials. Topics include consumer education and protection, consumption, economic aspects of burial and funeral practices, packaging and labeling of products, weights and measures, and World War II-era wartime economies. [page one] - [page two]. John Leland. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress () Notes for a speech introducing the Bill of Rights, [June 8, ]. [page one] - [page two]. James Madison, Holograph notes. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress () The Bill of Rights (the John Beckley copy) Septem Holograph manuscript on vellum.
The Sweet-Scented Manuscript by Tito Perdue Tito Perdue The Sweet-Scented Manuscript is a gorgeous recounting of the romance, the fatalism, the rebelliousness, and the tragicomedy of the springtide of life, sharpened by all the spices of an intelligent young man’s lively . In the 20th century, the book was very influential in the development of the contemporary Pagan religion of text is a composite. Some of it is Leland's translation into English of an original Italian manuscript, the Vangelo (gospel). Leland reported receiving the manuscript .
The text is a composite. Some of it is Leland’s translation into English of an original Italian manuscript, the Vangelo (gospel). Leland reported receiving the manuscript from his primary informant on Italian witchcraft beliefs, a woman Leland referred to as “Maddalena” and . The book collection includes books on the history and description, resources and industries of the State, as well as the works of California authors in all departments of literature. The work of our fine printers is also represented.
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Product details Paperback: 26 pages Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (Septem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a Author: Albert G.
Mackey, William R. Singleton. Title: The Leland Manuscript Format: Paperback Product dimensions: 48 pages, 11 X X in Shipping dimensions: 48 pages, 11 X X in Published: December 1, Publisher: Kessinger Publishing Language: English. And The Leland Manuscript. by Mather Walker (March ) The idea has been brandied about that the first person to propose Francis Bacon as author of the Shakespeare Plays was Delia Bacon in her book, The Philosophy of the Plays Unfolded.
However, the old lady actually seems to have been more partial to Sir Walter Raleigh than Francis Bacon as author of the plays. The Leland Manuscript by Albert Gallatin Mackey; 1 edition; First published in John Leland's 'Itinerary' was the product of several journeys around England and Wales undertaken between and The manuscript is made up of Leland's notebooks, which were first published in the 18th century, and later in a ten-part, five-volume edition published by Lucy Toulmin ().
The Leland-Locke Manuscript. The Leland Manuscript, so called because it is said to have been discovered by the celebrated antiquary John Leland, and sometimes called the Locke Manuscript in consequence of the suppositous annotations appended to it by that metaphysician, has for more than a century attracted the attention and more recently excited the controversies of Masonic.
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches is a book composed by the American folklorist Charles Godfrey Leland that was published in The Manuscript of John Augustine Charles Leland II - Leland: McLester: Kennedy: Link to DuBois: Please Sign my Guest Book: Paternal Wills.
John Leland, Sr. John Leland, Jr. Baldwin Mathews Leland: James A. McLester: Richard C. McLester: Margaret Ella McLester Leland: Thomas Lee, of Lancaster Co., VA.
The Leland Manuscript: Mackey, Albert Gallatin, Singleton, William R: Books - or: Albert Gallatin Mackey, William R Singleton. Leaf through the richly illustrated vellum pages of the manuscript and you’ll soon understand why it has enticed so many people for so many years.
Its pages are adorned with an array of fantastical illustrations – ones you might expect to encounter in a dream, not within the pages of a centuries-old manuscript.
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches is a book composed by the American folklorist Charles Leland, originally published in It contains what he believed was the religious text of a group of pagan witches in Tuscany, Italy, which documented their beliefs and rituals.
Many historians and folklorists have disputed the existence of such a group. The text is a composite. Some of it is Leland's translation into English of an original Italian manuscript, the Vangelo (gospel).
Leland reported receiving the manuscript from his primary informant on Italian witchcraft beliefs, a woman Leland referred to as "Maddalena" and. However, unlike the largely pre-planned printed book, the basic unit of a manuscript book is always, not the text, but the quire. 35 Texts may either consume many of these (and sometimes more than one volume), or may not fill a whole one, but the quire is the one structure universal in all hand-made books after late antiquity.
(also known as Wiccocomico & Lee Parish, from the manuscript of J.A.C. Leland II, ) "The specifications for the 3rd church built under the auspices of Rev. John Leland (1) are shown in Record Book 6.
pageof Northumberland County." "The third church, completed inwas the largest colonial church in Virginia.". Leland Phelps was a professor of German Language and Literature at Duke University, who also actively collected nineteenth- and twentieth century American literature.
This collection contains assorted serials and other miscellaneous items, including a scrapbook, from his collection on William Faulkner. A book composed by the American folklorist Charles Godfrey Leland that was published in It contains the religious text of a group of pagan witches in Tuscany, Italy that documented their beliefs and rituals.
The contents of the book were very influential in the development of the contemporary Pagan religion of Wicca. The text is a composite. Manuscript/Mixed Material Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence.
Leland Stanford to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, J (Introduction). At St Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, Leland found a tenth-century gospel book given to the monastery by King Athelstan (d).
An admirer of Athelstan, Leland appropriated the manuscript and presented it to King Henry, after having inscribed in it Latin verses that flattered both rulers. Manuscript material Leland Stanford Papers (SCA) Includes correspondence about J.D.B.
Stillman’s book The Horse in Motion and Muybridge’s copyright claim to the work. Leland Stanford Collection (SC) Primary and secondary sources pertaining to the life of Leland Stanford and the history of StanfordUniversity's founding.
Title page from ‘Aradia or The Gospel of the Witches’ by Charles Godfrey Leland () American folklore researcher. The book containing a report on the beliefs of 19th century Italian witchcraft as conveyed to him through a manuscript given to him by a witch informant named Maddalena.
The book is a composite. Some of it is Leland's translation into English of an original Italian manuscript, the Vangelo (gospel). Leland reported receiving the manuscript from his primary informant on Italian witchcraft beliefs, a woman Leland referred to as "Maddalena" and whom he called his "witch informant" in.
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches is a book composed by the American folklorist Charles Godfrey Leland that was published in Reviews: John Leland is a reporter at The New York Times, where he wrote a yearlong series that became the basis for Happiness Is a Choice You Make, and the author of two previous books, Hip: The History and Why Kerouac Matters: The Lessons of “On the Road” (They’re Not What You Think)/5(78).