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  • Kopal-Kundala - Wikisource, the free online library
    16 IV ON THE SUMMIT OF THE SAND HILL 21 V ON THE BRINK OF THE OCEAN 27 VI WITH THE KAPÁLIK 34 VII THE SEARCH 43 VIII IN THE HERMITAGE 45 IX IN THE HOUSE OF GOD 60 PART II I ON THE HIGH ROAD 65 II IN THE HOUSE BY THE ROAD 71 III THE MEETING OF THE BEAUTIES 78 IV THE PALKI JOURNEY 83 V IN ONE S NATIVE COUNTRY 85 VI IN THE FEMALE APARTMENTS 89 PART III I IN THE PAST 101 II ON THE WAY 110 III IN THE RIVAL S HOUSE 115 IV IN THE HOUSE OF THE KING 124 V AT HOME 129 VI AT HIS FEET 135 VII AT THE END OF THE HAMLET 143 PART IV I THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLOT 147 II IN THE SLEEPING CHAMBER 151 III IN THE HEART OF THE FOREST 158 IV IN A DREAM 168 V IN DOUBT WHAT TO DO 172 VI AT THE DOOR OF THE HOUSE 177 VII A SECOND MEETING 183 VIII THE MEETING OF THE TWO WIVES 187 IX TOWARDS THE HOUSE 197 X AT THE PLACE OF GHOSTS 203 Ballantyne Press BALLANTYNE HANSON AND CO EDINBURGH AND LONDON This work is a translation and has a separate copyright status to the applicable copyright protections of the original content Original This work was published before January 1 1923 and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago Public domain Public domain false false Translation This work was published before January 1 1923 and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago Public domain Public domain false false Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Kopal Kundala oldid 5408644 Categories Featured texts

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  • Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay - Wikisource, the free online library
    Mullick 1905 transcription project Krishna Kanta s Will 1878 Later translations 1917 tr by D C Roy transcription project and 1962 tr by Jyotish Chandra Ghosh OCLC 863778298 Anandamath 1882 The Abbey of Bliss tr by Nares Chandra Sen Gupta 1906 transcription project Anandamath tr by Sri Aurobindo 1st 13 chapters and Barindra Kumar Ghosh 1909 Google Books Anandamath or Dawn over India tr by Basanta Koomar Roy 1941 transcription project Anandamath or The Sacred Brotherhood tr by Julius J Lipner 2005 Google Books Devi Chaudhurani 1884 tr by Subodh Chandra Mitra 1946 OCLC 571486918 Sitaram 1887 tr by Sib Chandra Mukerji 1903 transcription project Satire edit Kamalakanta 1885 enlarged from Kamalakanter Daptar 1875 tr Monish Ranjan Chatterjee 1992 OCLC 27106178 Non fiction edit Krishna Charitra 1886 tr Alo Shome 2008 OCLC 302318106 Google Books preview Dharmatattva 1888 tr Apratim Ray 2002 OCLC 78092616 Collections edit Bankim Rachanavali 1960 ed Jogesh Chandra Bagal contains the author s English works including Rajmohan s Wife essays and letters Digital Library of India The Bankimchandra Omnibus Vol 1 2005 contains translations of five novels Kapalkundala tr Radha Chakravarty Bishabriksha tr Marian Maddern Indira tr Marian Maddern Krishnakanta s Will tr Soumyendra Nath Mukherjee Rajani tr Sreejata Guha Google Books 1 2 Bankim s Hinduism an anthology of writings by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay 2011 by Amiya Prosad Sen OCLC 768728133 Works about Chattopadhyay edit Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay an intellectual biography 2008 by Amiya Prosad Sen OCLC 248981857 Bankimchandra Chatterjee 1977 by Subodh Chandra Sengupta Google Books 1 2 Works by this author published before January 1 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in

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  • File:The Under-Ground Railroad.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
    restrictions under copyright law including all related and neighboring rights This file is in DjVu a computer file format designed primarily to store scanned documents You may view this DjVu file here online If the document is multi page you may use the controls on the right of the image to change pages You may also view this DjVu file in your web browser with proper browser plugin add on or use a desktop version DjVu viewer for your Operating system You can choose a suitable software from this list See Help DjVu for more information File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 07 10 21 January 2015 1 747 2 620 208 pages 8 62 MB Beeswaxcandle Importation from Internet Archive File usage More than 100 pages link to this file The following list shows the first 100 page links to this file only A full list is available Wikisource Proofread of the Month Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 1 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 10 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 11 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 12 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 13 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 14 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 145 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 15 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 16 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 17 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 18 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 19 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 193 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 194 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 195 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 196 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 197 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 198 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 199 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 2 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 20 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 200 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 201 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 202 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 203 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 204 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 205 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 206 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 207 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 208 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 21 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 22 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 23 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 24 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 25 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 26 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 27 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 28 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 29 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 3 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 30 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 31 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 32 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 33 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 34 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu 35 Page The Under Ground Railroad djvu

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  • The Under-Ground Railroad - Wikisource, the free online library
    object Mr Mitchell has in view will be served as the condition and claims of the fugitives in Canada that interesting class of our fellow British subjects will become better known to those who have the means and the will to assist them At least a portion of the profits of the book will be given to the building now in course of erection which he hopes will be the centre of his future labours Principally however additional information will be diffused respecting that giant crime American Slavery Introduced by us into that country and still sustained by our commerce we are more closely connected with it than any other nation Its abolition must and will be brought about mainly by British influence In this noble work English Christians must take the lead as they did in effecting emancipation in the West Indies Dr Albert Barnes the celebrated commentator has repeatedly testified that Slavery could not exist one hour if the church in that country put forth her power This witness is true but I am persuaded that the impetus must be given by the church in this country Our Christian merchants manufacturers and artizans those princes of wealth enterprise skill and industry must bring their moral influence to bear upon the four million fold enormity and it will sink beneath the pressure but not before Every instrumentality tending to evoke that influence is valuable though apparently feeble as this little book Who hath despised the day of small things For grains of sand the mountains make And atomies infinitude A spark may fire a Moscow or a mouse may tease an elephant to death God speed this little book then and make it mighty to the pulling down of that stronghold of Satanic blood guiltiness and woe I need not add how cordially I recommend the case of Mr Mitchell to the beneficent of every denomination and class Humanity and religion are alike interested in it Already he has been well received and in all instances he has elicited testimonies of his candour sincerity and ability His credentials are indubitable his reputation bigh and his speeches are thrilling He has done good service in behalf of the enslaved since he came to England and I doubt not he will yet render efficient aid before he returns to his family and flock I sincerely pray for the complete success of his mission amongst us for his safe arrival home in due time and for a long future of uninterrupted prosperity in the cause of truth and grace W H BONNER Trinity Chapel Trinity street Southwark August 22 1860 P S Out of the multitude of testimonials spontaneously borne in favour of Mr Mitchell I may append the two following From the Bolton Guardian April 12 1860 His address was delivered with great freedom and animation and gave proofs of mental and oratorical powers of no mean degree The audience frequently applauded the noble sentiments of the speaker From the St Albans Times March 1860 Mr Mitchell is a popular orator and in himself a fine specimen of the intellectual capacity of the coloured race We believe his visit to England will not only be eminently successful as regards its special object but also in awakening a much stronger feeling than even now exists against Slavery and the Slave Trade TESTIMONIALS Clayton Place Kennington Road London August 20 1860 My dear Sir I read and re read your small work with deep attention and interest and rejoice that in your forthcoming publication you are about to supply some authentic narratives of the perilous adventures and in most instances great sufferings of those who are courageous enough to leave the house of bondage for the home of freedom while I think your book will be a valuable addition to our Anti Slavery literature I am desirous that it should do more than merely furnish reading to the friends of the Slave I earnestly wish it may excite such an active and liberal sympathy as may lead to the speedy contribution of the sum which is needed to enable you to accomplish the object of your mission and then to return to that field of ministerial and benevolent labour which you have left behind you I can with confidence recommend you to the Abolitionists of Great Britain having made myself acquainted with your credentials Knowing also that you are the Authorised Agent of the Free Mission Society and that you possess the esteem and good opinion of those whom you represent in Canada The work in which you are engaged is a most important one both in connection with the welfare of those who are fortunate enough to escape from Slavery into the British dominions and the progressive improvement and elevation morally and religiously of the coloured community of Western Canada It is my sincere hope that through the publication of your Under ground Railroad and your other efforts your labours amongst us may be soon terminated by complete success and that you may then after a safe return to America long live to succour the needy instruct the ignorant and advance the glorious cause of human emancipation Believe me my dear Sir Very truly yours GEORGE THOMPSON Rev W Mitchell 34 Newington Crescent S 19th August 1860 My dear Sir I have read with great interest the little book you have written and are about to publish for the purpose of enlisting English sympathy on behalf of the Fugitive Slaves of America The book contains the results of your own observations and experience and is eminently calcilated to accomplish the object you have in view I hope therefore that your enterprise will receive the support of all our Anti Slavery friends and of no small portion of the general public In conclusion I must be allowed to pay my tribute to the earnestness and success of your labours in this country on behalf of your oppressed and suffering race Very truly yours

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  • William M. Mitchell - Wikisource, the free online library
    United States because they were published before January 1 1923 They may be copyrighted outside the U S see Help Public domain However works published before 1923 may be in the public domain in countries where they would ordinarily be copyrighted due to the term of 70 years or less after the author s death having not yet expired but whose legislature has waived copyright by accepting the rule of the shorter term Public domain Public domain false false Authority control English Wikisource 1760751 Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Author William M Mitchell oldid 5662834 Categories Authors Mi Authors with missing birth dates Authors with missing death dates Male authors Author PD 1923 Hidden categories Author pages with image Author pages with gender in Wikidata Author pages connected to Wikidata VIAF not on Wikisource Author pages without VIAF on Wikidata Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Author Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page

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  • File:The Tales of a Traveller.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
    desktop version DjVu viewer for your Operating system You can choose a suitable software from this list See Help DjVu for more information File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 08 10 7 January 2015 2 217 3 476 124 pages 7 06 MB Beeswaxcandle Importation from Internet Archive File usage More than 100 pages link to this file The following list shows the first 100 page links to this file only A full list is available Wikisource Proofread of the Month Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 1 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 10 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 11 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 117 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 118 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 119 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 12 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 120 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 121 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 122 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 123 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 124 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 13 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 14 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 15 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 16 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 17 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 18 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 19 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 2 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 20 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 21 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 22 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 23 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 24 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 25 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 26 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 27 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 28 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 29 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 3 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 30 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 31 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 32 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 33 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 34 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 35 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 36 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 37 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 38 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 39 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 4 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 40 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 41 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 42 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 43 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 44 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 45 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 46 Page The Tales of a Traveller djvu 47 Page

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  • The Tales of a Traveler - Wikisource, the free online library
    has traveled the country very thoroughly met with men of all kinds and nationalities and has been so keenly observant through all of the years that to us older men particularly his writings and character descriptions ring wonderfully true and bring back many recollections The younger men should take a keen interest in The Tales for we doubt whether at any time in the future there will be available so clear and unvarnished a statement of the period 1888 to 1916 as this one from the pen of Mr Skidelsky The author well describes conditions existing in commercial floriculture in the United States during the years under review The wages and traveling costs of that time are noted and the hard work of the beginner on the road is told with candor The young ambassador of commerce of the present day is not at all likely to have to start under as many difficulties particularly those of finance and he cannot help but be encouraged through reading these records As a result of his long experience his perseverance and his ability Mr Skidelsky is today one of the best known men in the florist trade and thus his narrative which gathers within itself much of the very essence of floricultural history in the United States may be looked upon as standard Enormous advances in the cut flower and plant industry and in the sale of florists and all other supplies have been made and practically all of these transitions are faithfully noted by our chronicler and in the order in which they came about THE PUBLISHERS Part I Early Struggles Part II On the Track of an Independent Business Part III Holding to the Straight Line Part IV Still at the Helm Authority control LCCN 17016900 OCLC 1140995 Google QjEwAAAAYAAJ

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  • Simon Skidelsky - Wikisource, the free online library
    U S see Help Public domain However works published before 1923 may be in the public domain in countries where they would ordinarily be copyrighted due to the term of 70 years or less after the author s death having not yet expired but whose legislature has waived copyright by accepting the rule of the shorter term Public domain Public domain false false Authority control VIAF 72856064 LCCN n85376274 English Wikisource 1756803 WorldCat Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Author Simon Skidelsky oldid 5666871 Categories Authors Sk Authors with missing birth dates Authors with missing death dates Male authors Author PD 1923 Hidden categories Author pages without image Author pages with gender in Wikidata Author pages connected to Wikidata Author pages with authority control data VIAF not on Wikisource Author pages with VIAF on Wikidata Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Author Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page

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