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House of a Thousand Candles, The

By: Meredith Nicholson

...A top ten bestseller of 1906, The House of a Thousand Candles is part adventure/mystery and part romance. The book begins with young Jack Glenarm returning from various exploits in Europe and Africa for the reading of his grandfather’s will. In it, he stands to inherit his grandfather’s estate, but only if he can remain for one year in residence at the old...

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Jack Nicholson

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...the son of a showgirl, June Frances Nicholson (stage name June Nilson). June had married Italian American sho... ... earlier in Elkton, Maryland, on October 16, 1936.Berliner, Eve. . Young Jack Nicholson: Auspicious Beginnings . Evesmag.com. 2001. Furcillo was alr... ...ier in Elkton, Maryland, on October 16, 1936.Berliner, Eve. . Young Jack Nicholson: Auspicious Beginnings . Evesmag.com. 2001. Furcillo was already ... ...that June could pursue her dancing career. Although Furcillo claimed to be Nicholson's father and to have committed bigamy by marrying June, biograp... ...tted bigamy by marrying June, biographer Patrick McGilligan asserted in Jack's Life that Latvian -born Eddie King (originally Edgar A. Kirschfeld... ...ddie King (originally Edgar A. Kirschfeld), June's manager, may have been Nicholson's biological father. Other sources suggest June Nicholson was uns... ...er. Other sources suggest June Nicholson was unsure of who the father was. Nicholson's mother was of Irish, English, and Pennsylvania Dutch descen...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...obert Louis Stevenson Contents The Misadventures of John Nicholson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie 4 THE... ...natcher The Story of a Lie 4 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I - IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VARE... ...CHOLSON CHAPTER I - IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON was stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Par... ...igence; but to the Scot they often prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when the ch... ...cotland might have listened and gathered literally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He knew ... ...st of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round the ...

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Contents The Misadventures of John Nicholson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie

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Nicholson (surname)

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...l, which was a common medieval form of Nicholas. ;People with the surname Nicholson A. Nicholson (rugby league player), Australian rugby league footb... ... Nicholson (rugby league player), Australian rugby league footballerAideen Nicholson (born 1927), Irish-born Canadian politicianA. J. Nicholson (born ... ...A. J. Nicholson (born 1983), American football linebackerAlexander Malcolm Nicholson (1900–1991), Canadian clergyman, farmer, and politicianAlfred O. ... ...holson (1900–1991), Canadian clergyman, farmer, and politicianAlfred O. P. Nicholson (1808–1876), United States Senator from TennesseeAlistair Nichols... ...tair Nicholson (born 1978), Australian rules footballerArchibald Keightley Nicholson (1871–1937), British ecclesiastical stained-glass makerBarry Nich... ...anadian children's writerLorraine Nicholson, American actress, daughter of Jack NicholsonMalcolm Wheeler-Nicholson (1890–1968), American pulp magazine...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...RT LOUIS STEVENSON LONDON CHATTO y WINDUS 1920 CONTENTS THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAP. PAGE I. IN WHICH JOHN sows THE WIND . . i II. IN WH... ...51 VIII. SINGULAR INSTANCE OF THE UTILITY OF PASS-KEYS . . . . 63 IX. IN WHICH MR. NICHOLSON ACCEPTS THE PRINCIPLE OF AN ALLOWANCE . . 77 THE BODY-SNA... ...E LIBERAL EDITOR RE- APPEARS AS "DEUS EX MACHINA" . 186 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSO... ...ish intelligence ; but to the Scot they often prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when th... ...al kingdom of Scotland might have listened and gathered literally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He k... ...nted the rest of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round...

...Excerpt: JOHN VAREY. NICHOLSON was stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Parliament, and lauding themselves as the authors of their own distinction. He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and inclined to a cheerful and cursory...

...Table of Contents: THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON -- CHAP. PAGE -- I. IN WHICH JOHN sows THE WIND, i -- II. IN WHICH JOHN REAPS THE WHIRLWIND 8 -- III. IN WHICH JOHN ENJOYS THE HARVEST -- HOME, , 15 -- IV. THE SECOND SOWING. -- t --, 22 -- V. THE PRODIGAL'S RETURN,...

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Nicholson River (Victoria)

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... Course and features The Nicholson River rises below the Angora Range in the lower reaches of the Vi... ...ain lakes in the extensive Gippsland Lakes system.[1] Within the lake, the Nicholson River forms its confluence with the Mitchell River, which joins w... ...2 mi) course.[3][4] The river is impounded by the Nicholson River Dam, that forms a water reservoir used for the supply of to... ...toralist, Angus McMillan, who named the river in 1839 in honour of Charles Nicholson, who represented the Port Phillip District on the NSW Legislative... ... Black Jack ... ... Jack (East Gippsland) ... ... Jackson ... ... Jack (East Gippsland) ... ... Jack (Wellington) ...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... Tales and Fantasies Contents The Misadventures of John Nicholson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie THE MISADVENTURES OF ... ...lson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I - IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VARE... ...CHOLSON CHAPTER I - IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON was stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Parli... ...lligence; but to the Scot they often prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when the chur... ...of Scotland might have listened and gathered literally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He knew th... ...rest of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round the se...

...John Varey Nicholson was stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Parliament, and lauding themselves as the authors of their own distinction. He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and inclined to a cheerful and cursory...

Contents The Misadventures of John Nicholson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie

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Jack Deam

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... Occupation Actor Jack Deam (born Ian Deam in 1972 ... ...ife and times of Henry Pratt". He played the lead role as older Henry Pratt, little Henry Pratt was played by Andrew Nicholson and young Henry Pratt p... ...ronation Street Julie Hesmondhalgh (Hayley Cropper). External links Jack Deam at the Internet Movie D...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...WorldLibrary.net Contents The Misadventures of John Nicholson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie THE MISA... ...cholson The Body-Snatcher The Story of a Lie THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I - IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN ... ...ish intelligence; but to the Scot they often prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when ... ...kingdom of Scotland might have listened and gathered literally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He... ...nce that was agreeable to his ear, and a gloom that he found comfortable. Mrs. Nicholson had died about thirty, and left him with three children:... ...ted the rest of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news roun...

...Excerpt: IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND. JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON were stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Parliament, and lauding themselves as the authors of their own distinction. He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and inclined to a cheerful and cursor...

Table of Contents: The Misadventures of John Nicholson -- The Body-Snatcher -- The Story of a Lie

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Jack Kitching

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... Source: rugbyleagueproject.org englandrl.co.uk Jack Kitching (1921-unknown) was an English profess... ... Liberal Jack Kitching 5,985 ... ...pionship winning team 1945" at rugbyleagueheritageproject.com Photograph "Jack Kitching" at rugbyleagueheritageproject.com ... ...hallenge cup winning side." at rugbyleagueheritageproject.com Photograph "Jack Kitching" at rugbyleagueheritageproject.com ... ... Bryn Knowelden Jack Kitching ... ... George Curran Bob Nicholson ...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...ty is an equal opportunity university. Contents THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON....... 4 THE BODY-SNATCHER ......................................... ...sies Tales & Fantasies by Robert Louis Stevenson THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I—IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND J OHN VAREY NICHOLSON WA S ... ...to the Scot they of- 5 Stevenson ten prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when the church... ... of Scotland might have listened and gathered lit- erally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He knew ther... ...that was agreeable to his ear, and a gloom that he found comfortable. Mrs. Nicholson had died about thirty, and left him with three children: a daught... ... rest of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round the ser...

...Contents THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON....... 4 THE BODY-SNATCHER .............................................. 63 THE STORY OF A LIE.................................................. 81...

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Jack Christian

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... Parents John C. and Bessie Nicholson Christian Residenc... ... Episcopalian John "Jack" Christian (January 22, 1911 – December 31, 1972 )[1] was a businessma... ... Christian was born to John C. Christian and the former Bessie Nicholson (1884–1971)[1] in Vicksburg, the seat of Warren County in western... ...ilitary at the rank of lieutenant. After the war, he headed from 1946-1951 Jack Christian Motor Company in Baton Rouge. From 1952-1956, he was the sal... ...10.  ^ a b c d e f """Christian, John "Jack. Louisiana Historical Association, A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography... ...ry of Louisiana Biography uses these sources in its biographical sketch of Jack Christian: the Christian Papers at the Centroplex Branch, Baton Rouge ... ... External links Jack Christian Collection - Baton Rouge Room ... ... Parents John C. and Bessie Nicholson Christian Residenc... ... Christian was born to John C. Christian and the former Bessie Nicholson (1884–1971)[1] in Vicksburg, the seat of Warren County in western...

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The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson Vailima Edition

By: John Reuben Bacon

...E CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE THE STORY OF A LIE THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON THE BOTTLE IMP CONTENTS AN INLAND VOYAGE TRAVELS WITH A DONK... ...F DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE 235 THE STORY OF A LIE 315 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON 381 THE BOTTLE IMP 453 AN INLAND VOYAGE EDITORIAL NOTE IN... ...mbassadors, and consuls sit throned in state from China to Peru, and the Union Jack flutters on all the winds of heaven. Under these safeguards, portl... ...h and sat at good men's feasts, but I bear no mark of it. I am as strange as a Jack Indian to their official spectacles. I might come from any part of... ... supped off a single plate of some sort of bread-berry, some potatoes in their jackets, a small cup of coffee sweetened with sugar candy, and one tumb... ...elling. At the sight of these two dainty little boats, with a fluttering Union Jack AN INLAND VOYAGE on each, and all the varnisK shining from the sp... ...evolver, a little spirit-lamp and pan, a lantern and some halfpenny candles, a jack-knife and a large leather flask. The main cargo consisted of two e... ...are received daily at the door of Naseby House. 374 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON EDITORIAL NOTE THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON was, as... ... PRIKCIPLE OF AK ALLOWAKCE 440 "HE BOTTLE IMP 453 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON was stupid; ...

...ELS WITH A DONKEY IN THE -- CEVENNES 119 -- THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL -- AND MR. HYDE 235 -- THE STORY OF A LIE 315 -- THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON 381 -- THE BOTTLE IMP 453...

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Jack Cust

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... John Joseph "Jack" Cust III (born January 7, 1979) is an American professional baseball ... ...tchell Report 2.9 Jack Cust Baseball Academy/Diamond Nation 3 ... ...e were inaccuracies in his citation in the report.[21] Jack Cust Baseball Academy/Diamond Nation In Cust's home... ...mall warehouse property in the mid-1990s and eventually turned it into the Jack Cust Baseball Academy, which was completed in 1997. Three astro-turf f... ... ^ , Wednesday, February 5, 2014.The Baltimore SunEncina, Eduardo A. "Jack Cust's comeback attempt will go through Orioles' minor league camp," ... ...Cust". The San Francisco Chronicle.  ^ Nicholson-Smith, Ben. "Phillies To Sign Jack Cust". MLBTradeRumors.com. Ret... ... Kevin Nicholson ...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...sies i Tales and Fantasies Robert Louis Stevenson THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON • CHAPTER I − IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND • CHAPTER II − IN W... ...− SINGULAR INSTANCE OF THE UTILITY OF PASS−KEYS • CHAPTER IX − IN WHICH MR. NICHOLSON ACCEPTS THE PRINCIPLE OF AN ALLOWANCE • THE BODY−SNATCHER • T... ...' • This page copyright © 1999 Blackmask Online. THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I − IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON wa... ...ntelligence; but to the Scot they often prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when the chur... ...gdom of Scotland might have listened and gathered literally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He knew th... ...he rest of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack−tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round the s...

...Excerpt: Chapter One. IN WHICH JOHN SOWS The WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON was stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Parliament, and lauding themselves as the authors of their own distinction. He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and inclined to a cheerful and cursory...

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Jack Kemp

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... Born Jack French Kemp (1935-07-13)July 13, 1935 Los Angele... ... Website Kemp Partners: Jack Kemp Military service ... ... Reserves Jack French Kemp (July 13, 1935 – May 2, 2009) was an American politic... ...g,[14] after which Kemp converted to his wife's Presbyterian faith.[5][19] Jack Kemp was a 33rd degree Freemason in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction.... ...FL from 1994 to 2002. Significantly for a man with his demanding schedule, Jack never missed one of their games as children or in college.[23] They al... ...Barbour Nicholson ...

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Tales and Fantasies

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...). To join visit http://netLibrary.net/Join.htm THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON CHAPTER I - IN WHICH JOHN SOWS THE WIND JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON wa... ...elligence; but to the Scot they often prove unctuously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when the church... ...om of Scotland might have listened and gathered literally nothing. And Mr. Nicholson (who was not a dull man) knew this, and raged at it. He knew ther... ...hat was agreeable to his ear, and a gloom that he found comfortable. Mrs. Nicholson had died about thirty, and left him with three children: a daught... ...dden and loud laughter which rang out in that still house like curses. Mr. Nicholson himself had a great fund of humour, of the Scots order - intellec... ... rest of his surprise in one simple English word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round the ser...

...JOHN VAREY NICHOLSON was stupid; yet, stupider men than he are now sprawling in Parliament, and lauding themselves as the authors of their own distinction. He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and inclined to a cheerful and cursory...

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John Nicholson

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... In politics John Nicholson (Yarmouth MP), Member of Parliament for Great Yarmouth 1698–1700,... ...iament for Great Yarmouth 1698–1700, 1702–08 John Nicholson (New York) (1765–1820), United States Representative from New Yor... ...nited States Representative from New York John A. Nicholson (1827–1906), United States Representative from Delaware ... ..., United States Representative from Delaware John Nicholson (New South Wales politician) (1840–1919), New South Wales politic... ...840–1919), New South Wales politician John Robert Nicholson (1901–1983), Canadian former Lieutenant-Governor of British Colum... ...ricketer, born 1903) (1903–50), English cricketer Jack Nicholson (footballer) (1892–1967), former Australian rules footballer... ...to the invention of the compound steam locomotive Jack Nicholson (John Nicholson, born 1937), American actor ... ...e also John Nicolson Jack Nicholson Categories ...

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The Boy Allies under Two Flags, Or, Sweeping the Enemy from the Sea

By: Ensign Robert L. Drake

...tle scout cruiser H.M.S. Sylph, Lord Hasting, commander. "A hit!" cried Jack, who, from his position in the pilot house, had watched the progre... ...ound of a crash was carried over the water to the Sylph. "A hit!" cried Jack again. A loud British cheer rose above the sound of battle, and t... ...enewed vigor. "Lieutenant Templeton on the bridge!" came the command, and Jack hastened to report to Lord Hastings. "What do you make of that ... ...h. "Is the enemy seriously crippled, would you say?" "No sir," replied Jack. "I think not. You may see that the wreckage has already been cl... ... head of the little scout cruiser began to swing gradually to the left. Jack returned to the wheelhouse. "What on earth are we coming about fo... ...much to encounter a submarine." The commander of the submarine, Captain Nicholson, came aboard the Sylph to pay his respects to Lord Hastings. ... ...I hadn't heard of it." "Well, it's true, nevertheless," replied Captain Nicholson. Lord Hastings smiled grimly. "I guess it will be 'The Si... ...be 'The Sick Man of Europe's' last illness," he said pointedly. Captain Nicholson laughed. "It will," he said briefly. "But what are you d... ..., having already explained his own presence there. "Well," said Captain Nicholson, "I understand that there are at least three Turkish cruisers...

...IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. ?Boom! Boom!? Thus spoke the two forward guns on the little scout cruiser H.M.S. Sylph, Lord Hasting, commander. ?A hit!? cried Jack, who, from his position in the pilot house, had watched the progress of the missiles hurled at the foe. ?Good work!? shouted Frank, his excitement so great that he forgot the gunners were unable to hear him. ?Boom! Boom!...

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Jack Torrance

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A Book of Scoundrels

By: Charles Whibley

...ILD III. A PARALLEL RALPH BRISCOE GILDEROY AND SIXTEEN-STRING JACK I. GILDEROY II. SIXTEEN-STRING JACK III. A PARALLEL... ... III. A PARALLEL THOMAS PURENEY SHEPPARD AND CARTOUCHE I. JACK SHEPPARD II. LOUIS-DOMINIQUE CARTOUCHE III. A PARALLEL ... ...of unexpected genius. The brilliant achievements of Jonathan Wild and of Jack Sheppard might have relieved the gloom of the darkest era, and their ... ...e Great was unrivalled in the art of clapping his enemies into prison, if Jack the Slip-string was supreme in the rarer art of getting himself out, ... ...e would penetrate the stoutest frieze or the lightest satin, as easily as Jack Sheppard made a hole through Newgate. His trick of robbery was so si... ...ent in divinity, and therefore application being made to the Reverend Mr. Nicholson, he very Christian-like gave me his assistance.' Alas! Poor Pu...

...NTRODUCTION CAPTAIN HIND MOLL CUTPURSE AND JONATHAN WILD I. MOLL CUTPURSE II. JONATHAN WILD III. A PARALLEL RALPH BRISCOE GILDEROY AND SIXTEEN-STRING JACK I. GILDEROY II. SIXTEEN-STRING JACK III. A PARALLEL THOMAS PURENEY SHEPPARD AND CARTOUCHE I. JACK SHEPPARD II. LOUIS-DOMINIQUE CARTOUCHE III. A PARALLEL VAUX GEORGE BARRINGTON THE SWITCHER AND GENTLEMAN HARRY I. THE SWIT...

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Alistair Nicholson

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... Full name Alistair Nicholson Nickname(s) ... ... Nickname(s) Big Jack Date of birth ... ... Alistair "Big Jack" Nicholson (born 4 March 1978) is a former Australian rules footballer... ... Alistair "Big Jack" Nicholson (born 4 March 1978) is a former Australian rules footballer, who ... ...Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). Nicholson was schooled at Scotch College, Perth, where he was school captai... ...in of the school's hockey team. Fellow AFL footballer Rowan Jones followed Nicholson as school captain in 1996. Making his debut i... ...n 1997 in the number 8 guernsey, the large figure of the man known as "Big Jack" was a strong presence in defence for the Demons. Nicholson, a special... ...e man known as "Big Jack" was a strong presence in defence for the Demons. Nicholson, a specialist key position defender, was most suited to full-back...

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The Boy Allies under Two Flags, Or, Sweeping the Enemy from the Sea

By: Ensign Robert L. Drake

..............................................................54 CHAPTER XVI. JACK MAKES A NAME FOR HIMSELF ........................................ ...ED • CHAPTER XIV. MISFORTUNE • CHAPTER XV. UNDER THE TRICOLOR • CHAPTER XVI. JACK MAKES A NAME FOR HIMSELF • CHAPTER XVII. IN THE ADRIATIC • CHAPTER X... ...e little scout cruiser H.M.S. Sylph, Lord Hasting, commander. “A hit!” cried Jack, who, from his position in the pilot house, had watched the progress... ...int sound of a crash was carried over the water to the Sylph. “A hit!” cried Jack again. A loud British cheer rose above the sound of battle, and the ... ...h renewed vigor. “Lieutenant Templeton on the bridge!” came the command, and Jack hastened to report to Lord Hastings. “What do you make of that last ... ...care much to encounter a submarine.” The commander of the submarine, Captain Nicholson, came aboard the Sylph to pay his respects to Lord Hastings. T... ...war! I hadn't heard of it.” “Well, it's true, nevertheless,” replied Captain Nicholson. Lord Hastings smiled grimly. “I guess it will be 'The Sick Man... ...will be 'The Sick Man of Europe's' last illness,” he said pointedly. Captain Nicholson laughed. “It will,” he said briefly. “But what are you doing in... ...tings, having already explained his own presence there. “Well,” said Captain Nicholson, “I understand that there are at least three Turkish cruisers a...

... IN THE MEDITERRANEAN ?Boom! Boom!? Thus spoke the two forward guns on the little scout cruiser H.M.S. Sylph, Lord Hasting, commander. ?A hit!? cried Jack, who, from his position in the pilot house, had watched the progress of the missiles hurled at the foe. ?Good work!? shouted Frank, his excitement so great that he forgot the gunners were unable to hear him. ?Boom! Boom!...

...apter XII. QUELLING AN OUTBREAK, 43 -- Chapter XIII. PURSUED, 47 -- Chapter XIV. MISFORTUNE, 51 -- Chapter XV. UNDER THE TRICOLOR, 54 -- Chapter XVI. JACK MAKES A NAME FOR HIMSELF, 59 -- Chapter XVII. IN THE ADRIATIC, 63 -- Chapter XVIII. THE BATTLE IN THE ADRIATIC, 67 -- Chapter XIX. FROM THE DEAD, 70 -- Chapter XX. THE ?EMDEN?, 74 -- Chapter XXI. ON THE TRAIL, 77 -- Chap...

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Daniel Nicholson

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...nformation Full name Daniel Nicholson ... ...laying statistics correct to end of 2014 season. Daniel "Dan" Nicholson (born 2 November 1990) is an ... ...all League.[1] He made his debut against Carlton in round 10 of the 2011 AFL season.[2][3] Nicholson started the game as a substit... ...lson started the game as a substitute and was brought on in the third quarter, in place of Matthew Warnock.[4] Nicholson was retained in the side for ... ...rieved 9 June 2011.  ^ Matthews, Bruce (28 May 2011). "Watts going on with Jack?". Herald Sun. Retrieved 9 June 20... ... 57. Robert Eddy 58. Jack Perham ... ... 71. Ryan Bathie 72. Jackson Ferguson (NSWSE) ... ... 87. Jack Mahony (NSWSE) ... ... 5. Jake Stringer 6. Jackson Macrae (Comp) ...

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Tales of Chinatown

By: Sax Rohmer

...THE LACQUERED COFFIN • KERRY'S KID • I. RED KERRY ON DUTY • II. AT MALAY JACK'S • III. THE ROOM OF THE GOLDEN BUDDHA • IV. ZANI CHADA, THE EURASIAN ... ... THE HOUSE BY THE RIVER • V. THE HAREM AGENCY • THE WHITE HAT • I. MAJOR JACK RAGSTAFF • II. A CURIOUS OUTRAGE • III. A CRIMINAL GENIUS • IV. THE SL... ...y leaped in and banged the door—and the Rolls-Royce started. II. AT MALAY JACK'S When Kerry left Bond Street the mistiness of the night was developin... ...ome of the harshness of its rough appointments. An unsavoury den was Malay Jack's, where flotsam of the river might be found. Yellow men there were, a... ...an, partly Irish he might have found himself indeed to be. This was Malay Jack, the proprietor of one of the roughest houses in Limehouse. His expres... ...rting eyes, was being slowly strangled. "The gentleman," said Durham—"Mr. Nicholson—arrived two days ago from the East. He is a buyer for a big firm ... ...niably clever and unscrupulous. Poor girl! She came to a dreadful end. Mr. Nicholson, here, identified her at Bow Street to-night." Now the whole ama... ...natched up the pigtail— "That my pigtail," moaned Hi Wing Ho feebly. Mr. Nicholson pitched him unceremoniously into a corner of the room, and taking...

... of my hand, bending forward over the marble-topped table and looking down at it with deep curiosity. The babel of tongues so characteristic of Malay Jack's, and that mingled odour of stale spirits, greasy humanity, tobacco, cheap perfume, and opium, which distinguishes the establishment, faded from my ken. A sense of loneliness came to me....

...HE SCUFFLING SOUND · VIII. A CAGE OF BIRDS · IX. THE PICTURE ON THE PAD · X. THE LACQUERED COFFIN · KERRY'S KID · I. RED KERRY ON DUTY · II. AT MALAY JACK'S · III. THE ROOM OF THE GOLDEN BUDDHA · IV. ZANI CHADA, THE EURASIAN · V. DAN KERRY, JUNIOR · VI. THE KNIGHT ERRANT · VII. RETRIBUTION · THE PIGTAIL OF HI WING HO · I. HOW I OBTAINED IT...

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Jack Mathews

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...ionally as a guest musician. To avoid confusion with the much more famous Jack Nicholson, he has frequently been credited as Jack Nichols or J. D. Ni... ...ly as a guest musician. To avoid confusion with the much more famous Jack Nicholson, he has frequently been credited as Jack Nichols or J. D. Nichols...

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The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson Vailima Edition

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...ME XIII MARGARET BALFOUR STEVENSON THE BLACK ARROW THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS LO... ...GE PREFATORY NOTE . . . . ... 3 THE BLACK ARROW . 11 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON 381 THE BLACK ARROW A TALE OF THE TWO ROSES Under the title... ...ng- lyenough a young fellow not yet eighteen, sun- browned and grey-eyed, in a jacket of deer's leather, with a black velvet collar, a green hood upon... ...grim of mien, armed with sword and spear, a steel salet on his head, a leather jack upon his body. He was a great man in these parts; Sir Daniel's rig... ...he Moat House, and send all other laggards the same gate. Bowyer will give you jack and salet. We must ride before curfew. Look to it: him that is las... ...st, I am too deep in men's affairs. Well, let us ride forth, Master Hatch. The jackmen should be at the church by now." So they rode forward down the ... ...our riding. Keep an eye on Sir Daniel; he is unsure. Put not your trust in the jack-priest; he intendeth not amiss, but doth the will of others ; it i... ...y. So Lawless had his will, and died a friar. 379 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON The Misadventures of John Nicholson, A Christmas Slory, was ... .... 444 VIII. SINGULAR INSTANCE OF THE UTILITY OF PASS-KEYS 458 IX. IN WHICH MR. NICHOLSON CON- CEDES THE PRINCIPLE OF AN ALLOWANCE 474 383 CHAPTER I...

Table of Contents: VOLUME XIII -- PAGE -- PREFATORY NOTE, 3 -- THE BLACK ARROW, 11 -- THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON 381

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Jack Rosenthal

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...vacuation ) and Spend, Spend, Spend (about the football pools winner, Viv Nicholson, directed by John Goldschmidt ). He also wrote The Knowledg... ...t as a mini-series for Channel 4 and ZDF, and wrote the screenplay of "Captain Jack" (based on a true story) for producer John Goldschmidt. In 1983,... ...4 they have two grown-up children, writers Amy Rosenthal and Adam Rosenthal. Jack Rosenthal was a Manchester United fan all his life. Rosenthal was... ... 29 May 2004, of multiple myeloma, a form of cancer . His autobiography, By Jack Rosenthal was published posthumously and a four-part adaptation by... ... was published posthumously and a four-part adaptation by his daughter, titled Jack Rosenthal's Last Act was broadcast to great acclaim on BBC Radio 4... ...adio 4 in July 2006 starring Maureen Lipman as herself and Stephen Mangan as Jack Rosenthal. Writing credits Television Coronation Street (1961–6...

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The Novels and Tales of Louis Robert Stevenson

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...net ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON VOL. VIII THE BLACK ARROW * THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON * THE BODY- SNATCHER I * * % THE NOVELS AND TALES OF R... ...ELS AND TALES OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON THE BLACK ARROWS THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON St S THE BODY-SNATCHER ^PUBLISHED IN NEW YORK BY CHARLES ... ... LAKE, April 8, 1888. CONTENTS PAGE THE BLACK ARROW i THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON 317 THE BODY-SNATCHER , 405 THE BLACK ARROW PROLOGUE J... ...OAN . . . 294 VII DICK'S REVENGE 306 VIII CONCLUSION 311 THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON I IN WHICH JOHN Sows THE WIND 317 II IN WHICH JOHN REAPS ... ...illingly enough a young fellow not yet eigh- teen, sun-browned and grey-eyed, in a jacket of deer's leather, with a black velvet collar, a green hood ... ...and grim of mien, armed with sword and spear, a steel salet on his head, a leather jack upon his body. He was a great man in these parts ; Sir Daniel'... ...to the Moat House, and send all other laggards the same gate. Bowyer will give you jack and salet. We must ride before curfew. Look to it: he that is ... ...priest, I am too deep in men's affairs. Well, let us ride forth, Master Hatch. The jackmen should be at the church by now." So they rode forward down ... ...t your riding. Keep an eye on Sir Daniel; he is un- sure. Putnot your trust in the jack-priest ; he intendeth not amiss, but doth the will of others; ...

Table of Contents: PAGE -- THE BLACK ARROW i -- THE MISADVENTURES OF JOHN NICHOLSON 317 -- THE BODY-SNATCHER, 405

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Jack DeJohnette

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...intet, an early foray into playing with big name jazz musicians.Lewis Porter, “Jack DeJohnette, ” in Barry Kernfield, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of... ...eith Jarrett, who would work extensively with him throughout his career.Stuart Nicholson, Jazz Rock: a History (New York: Schirmer Books, 1998), 77-78... ...8, citing Lloyd’s deteriorating, “flat” playing as his main reason for leaving.Nicholson, Jazz Rock, 81. While Lloyd’s band was where he received inte... ...h during his early years in New York, as he also worked with groups including Jackie McLean, Abbey Lincoln, Betty Carter, and Bill Evans . DeJohne... ...ing was flowing into the next, and we were stopping and starting all the time.”Jack DeJohnette, quoted in Tingen, Miles Beyond, 65. While he was not t... ...undertaken at the behest of Clive Davis, then president of Columbia Records .Nicholson, Jazz Rock, 115. DeJohnette continued to work with Davis for... ...e contributed to such famous Davis albums as Live-Evil (1971), A Tribute to Jack Johnson (1971), and On the Corner (1972).Barnhart, Percussionis... ...Jack Johnson (1971), and On the Corner (1972).Barnhart, Percussionists, 89; Nicholson, Jazz Rock, 117. He left the Davis group in the middle of 197... ... Edsel Gomez, and bassist Jerome Harris . The other two new projects were the Jack DeJohnette Quartet, featuring Harris again alongside Danilo Perez...

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The Entire Pg Files of the Works of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...rim Life at Sea--"Horse- Billiards"--The "Synagogue"--The Writing School--Jack's "Journal"-- The "Q. C. Club"--The Magic Lantern--State Ball on Deck... ...re Turkish Lunches Desired--The Turkish Bath Fraud-- The Narghileh Fraud--Jackplaned by a Native--The Turkish Coffee Fraud ... ...--What of Aladdin's Lamp? CHAPTER XLII. "Jacksonville," in the Mountains of Lebanon--Breakfasting above a Grand Pan... ... Some Things--Desolation CHAPTER XLVII. "Jack's Adventure"--Joseph's Pit--The Story of Joseph--Joseph's Magnanimity... ...ore--"Home" as it is in a Pleasure Ship--"Shaking Hands" with the Vessel--Jack in Costume--His Father's Parting Advice--Approaching Egypt--Ashore in... ...f an old-time cheese, and carved some slabs from it which were as good as Nicholson pavement, and tenderer. He sliced off a piece of bacon for eac... ...New York gentlemen to pave its well-nigh impassable streets with the Nicholson pavement. The Daily Hurrah urges the measure with ability,... ... calumny, vituperation, and vulgarity. Blathersville wants a Nicholson pavement--it wants a jail and a poorhouse more. The idea o...

...--Five Captains in the Ship CHAPTER IV. The Pilgrims Becoming Domesticated--Pilgrim Life at Sea--Horse- Billiards--The Synagogue--The Writing School--Jack's Journal-- The Q. C. Club--The Magic Lantern--State Ball on Deck--Mock Trials-- Charades--Pilgrim Solemnity--Slow Music--The Executive Officer Delivers 10 an Opinion...

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Jack Lindsay

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...tley, the Fanfrolico Press for fine publishing, initially in North Sydney. Jack Lindsay left Australia in 1926, never to return. When the University o... ...illustrated by Norman Lindsay The Mimiambs of Herodas (1929) Translated by Jack Lindsay, Decorated by Alan Odle, with a Foreword by Brian Penton. A De... ...rian Penton. A Defence of Women for their Inconstancy & their Paintings by Jack Donne (1925) The Passionate Neatherd. A lyric sequence (1926)Marino Fa... ...oemsPoetical Sketches by William Blake. With an Essay on Blake's Metric by Jack Lindsay. (Scholartis Press 1927)The Modern Consciousness: An Essay Tow... ...Earth: Poems by Elza De Locre, Illustrated by Peter Meadows (pseudonym for Jack Lindsay), (Scholartis Press 1928) 1930-1939Cressida's First Lover (19... ...- John Manifold - Geoffrey Matthews - David Martin - Frances Mayo - Hubert Nicholson - Harold W. Owen - Paul Potts - John Pudney - Arnold Rattenbury -...

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Entire Gutenberg Twain Files

By: Mark Twain

...rim Life at Sea--"Horse- Billiards"--The "Synagogue"--The Writing School--Jack's "Journal"-- The "Q. C. Club"--The Magic Lantern--State Ball on Deck... ...re Turkish Lunches Desired--The Turkish Bath Fraud-- The Narghileh Fraud--Jackplaned by a Native--The Turkish Coffee Fraud ... ...--What of Aladdin's Lamp? CHAPTER XLII. "Jacksonville," in the Mountains of Lebanon--Breakfasting above a Grand Pan... ... Some Things--Desolation CHAPTER XLVII. "Jack's Adventure--Joseph's Pit--The Story of Joseph--Joseph's Magnanimity ... ...ore--"Home" as it is in a Pleasure Ship--"Shaking Hands" with the Vessel--Jack in Costume--His Father's Parting Advice--Approaching Egypt--Ashore in... ...f an old-time cheese, and carved some slabs from it which were as good as Nicholson pavement, and tenderer. He sliced off a piece of bacon for eac... ...New York gentlemen to pave its well-nigh impassable streets with the Nicholson pavement. The Daily Hurrah urges the measure with ability,... ... calumny, vituperation, and vulgarity. Blathersville wants a Nicholson pavement--it wants a jail and a poorhouse more. The idea o...

...--Five Captains in the Ship CHAPTER IV. The Pilgrims Becoming Domesticated--Pilgrim Life at Sea--Horse- Billiards--The Synagogue--The Writing School--Jack's Journal-- 10 The Q. C. Club--The Magic Lantern--State Ball on Deck--Mock Trials-- Charades--Pilgrim Solemnity--Slow Music--The Executive Officer Delivers an Opinion...

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Viv Nicholson

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...nd she announced to the press that she was going to "spend, spend, spend". Nicholson became the subject of tabloid news stories for years. By her own... ...died in a car crash in 1965, Richard Pendlebury Daily Mail, 22 April 2007 Nicholson's fortune rapidly dwindled to nothing: banks and tax creditors bo... ...hing she had acquired with it, belonged not to her but to Keith's estate. Nicholson won a three-year legal battle to gain £34, 000 from her husband's... ... had died (and with whom she had broken up three years earlier). In 1976, Nicholson co-wrote an autobiography with Stephen Smith, entitled Spend, Spe... ...oday production Spend, Spend, Spend in 1977. The adaptation was written by Jack Rosenthal and directed by John Goldschmidt (who won a BAFTA award for ... ...san Littler and John Duttine., imdb website A successful musical based on Nicholson's life – Spend Spend Spend – debuted in 1998 and subsequently ran...

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Personal Recollections of Early Melbourne and Victoria

By: William Westgarth

... SIR JOHN O'SHANASSY. WILLIAM KERR, FOUNDER OF "THE ARGUS". WILLIAM NICHOLSON. CHARLES HOTSON EBDEN, ESQUIRE. EDWARD WILSON, CHIEF PROPRI... ... such as it then was. Flinders-street had as yet but little in it. James Jackson, afterwards Jackson, Rae and Company, was already there. About the... ...bush track, although considerably trodden. I had not many neighbours. Mr. Jackson, at the far end, had bought Toorak, but not yet built upon it; and... ...r was, towards the end of 1841, to the sheep station of my old friend Sam Jackson, situated on the Deep Creek, seventeen miles northward from Melbou... ...for every "traveller," whether bond fide or not, claimed quarters at the Jacksons', and made the sheep disappear of a hungry morning with marvellou... ...t, without being successful, his efforts only got him the name of "Hungry Jackson." Later on, I met further variety of early squatting life in a t... ...-At the first count the poll stood thus: O'Shanassy, Westgarth, Johnston, Nicholson, the latter being out, much to his own and his friends' astonish... ...it, by authorizing men unfit for England to go to Victoria. WILLIAM NICHOLSON, MAYOR OF MELBOURNE, AND PREMIER OF THE COLONY. "An honest man... ...ce 1870 must be steadily removing. I happened, on one occasion, to meet Nicholson's home employer in Liverpool. He had been foreman, if indeed so ...

...DAVID CHARTERIS McARTHUR, FATHER OF VICTORIAN BANKING. CHARLES JOSEPH LA TROBE, C.B. SIR JOHN O'SHANASSY. WILLIAM KERR, FOUNDER OF THE ARGUS. WILLIAM NICHOLSON. CHARLES HOTSON EBDEN, ESQUIRE. EDWARD WILSON, CHIEF PROPRIETOR OF THE ARGUS, THE TIMES OF THE SOUTH....

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Jack Martin (basketball)

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... 4 External links Hardin Simmons Jack Graduated from Hardin Simmons and coached there for thre... ... Simmons and coached there for three years. Lamar Jack Martin was the first and longest-serving head coach in L... ...amar began its transition into division I and the Southland Conference. The highlight of Jack Martin's career would be his 1968–1969 squad that earned... ...y closed-circuit television in a nearby dining hall erupted into bedlam when forward Jim Nicholson stole the ball and went in for a layup seconds afte... ... Jack Martin (1951–1976) ... ... Bradshaw (1945–1947) Jack Martin (1948–1951) ...

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World Ebook Library's Selected Works of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain and Albert Bigelow Paine

...rim Life at Sea--"Horse- Billiards"--The "Synagogue"--The Writing School--Jack's "Journal"-- The "Q. C. Club"--The Magic Lantern--State Ball on Deck... ...re Turkish Lunches Desired--The Turkish Bath Fraud-- The Narghileh Fraud--Jackplaned by a Native--The Turkish Coffee Fraud ... ...--What of Aladdin's Lamp? CHAPTER XLII. "Jacksonville," in the Mountains of Lebanon--Breakfasting above a Grand Pan... ... Some Things--Desolation CHAPTER XLVII. "Jack's Adventure"--Joseph's Pit--The Story of Joseph--Joseph's Magnanimity... ...ore--"Home" as it is in a Pleasure Ship--"Shaking Hands" with the Vessel--Jack in Costume--His Father's Parting Advice--Approaching Egypt--Ashore in... ...f an old-time cheese, and carved some slabs from it which were as good as Nicholson pavement, and tenderer. He sliced off a piece of bacon for eac... ...New York gentlemen to pave its well-nigh impassable streets with the Nicholson pavement. The Daily Hurrah urges the measure with ability,... ... calumny, vituperation, and vulgarity. Blathersville wants a Nicholson pavement--it wants a jail and a poorhouse more. The idea o...

...--Five Captains in the Ship CHAPTER IV. The Pilgrims Becoming Domesticated--Pilgrim Life at Sea--Horse- Billiards--The Synagogue--The Writing School--Jack's Journal-- The Q. C. Club--The Magic Lantern--State Ball on Deck--Mock Trials-- Charades--Pilgrim Solemnity--Slow Music--The Executive Officer Delivers an Opinion CHAPTER V. Summer in Mid-Atlantic--An Eccentric Moon--Mr...

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John Robert Nicholson

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...The Hon. John Robert Nicholson ... ...er of Labour (1965–1968) John Robert "Jack" Nicholson, PC OBE QC (December 1, 1901 – October 8, 1983) w... ...Labour (1965–1968) John Robert "Jack" Nicholson, PC OBE QC (December 1, 1901 – October 8, 1983) was a C... ...azilian Light and Power Co in Rio de Janeiro. In 1962, Nicholson was elected to Canadian House of Commons for the riding of Vancou...

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Tales of Chinatown

By: Sax Rohmer

.............................................................29 II. AT MALAY JACK'S ..................................................................... ..................................................................95 I. MAJOR JACK RAGSTAFF.............................................................. ... X. THE LACQUERED COFFIN • KERRY'S KID • I. RED KERRY ON DUTY • II. AT MALAY JACK'S • III. THE ROOM OF THE GOLDEN BUDDHA • IV. ZANI CHADA, THE EURASIA... ... IV. THE HOUSE BY THE RIVER • V. THE HAREM AGENCY • THE WHITE HAT • I. MAJOR JACK RAGSTAFF • II. A CURIOUS OUTRAGE • III. A CRIMINAL GENIUS • IV. THE ... ...erry leaped in and banged the door and the Rolls−Royce started. II. AT MALAY JACK'S When Kerry left Bond Street the mistiness of the night was develop... ...starting eyes, was being slowly strangled. "The gentleman," said Durham "Mr. Nicholson arrived two days ago from the East. He is a buyer for a big fir... ...deniably clever and unscrupulous. Poor girl! She came to a dreadful end. Mr. Nicholson, here, identified her at Bow Street to−night." Now the whole am... ... I snatched up the pigtail "That my pigtail," moaned Hi Wing Ho feebly. Mr. Nicholson pitched him unceremoniously into a corner of the room, and taki...

.... A CAGE OF BIRDS, 21 -- IX. THE PICTURE ON THE PAD, 23 -- X. THE LACQUERED COFFIN, 26 -- KERRY'S KID, 28 -- I. RED KERRY ON DUTY, 29 -- II. AT MALAY JACK'S, 32 -- III. THE ROOM OF THE GOLDEN BUDDHA, 36 -- IV. ZANI CHADA, THE EURASIAN, 39 -- V. DAN KERRY, JUNIOR, 43 -- VI. THE KNIGHT ERRANT, 48 -- VII. RETRIBUTION, 50 -- THE PIGTAIL OF HI WING HO, 54 -- I. HOW I OBTAINED I...

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William Nicholson (artist)

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...ator, author of children's books and designer for the theatre. Life William Nicholson was born in Newark-on-Trent on 5 February 1872, the younges... ...n in Newark-on-Trent on 5 February 1872, the youngest son of William Newzam Nicholson, an industrialist and Conservative MP of Newark, and his wif... ...ian in Paris, but after six months returned to Newark. In the spring of 1893 Nicholson eloped with Mabel Pryde, whom he had by then known for four ... ...ward Gordon Craig and his wife May, who had also recently eloped and married. Nicholson received an annual allowance of £150 from his father. William... ...holson received an annual allowance of £150 from his father. William and Mabel Nicholson had four children: the celebrated painter Ben (1894–1982); ... ...ational Gallery, London Exhibition of Paintings by Sir William Nicholson and Jack B. Yeats retrospective, with Jack Yeats retrospective 1943 L...

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