Fair Land Fair Land

A novel of the early-day West in the period between 1845 and 1870 in which Dick Summers, a conservationist, seeks retribution from his former countryman Boone Caudill and companionship with Teal Eye.

Author: A. B. Guthrie

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780395755198

Category: Fiction

Page: 276

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A novel of the early-day West in the period between 1845 and 1870 in which Dick Summers, a conservationist, seeks retribution from his former countryman Boone Caudill and companionship with Teal Eye.

Fair Land Sarawak

In some Chinese communities there was undeniable frustration over land, particularly in the Lower Rejang. Here the Chinese immigrants in the earlier part of this century took up empty swamp forest and planted rubber.

Author: Alastair Morrison

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 1501718800

Category: History

Page: 196

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An officer's first-person account of British colonial disengagement from Sarawak. Morrison explains the daily bureaucracy of colonial life from an inside perspective and details the changes that occurred during his years in Sarawak: the growth and expansion of Communist movements, the emerging modernization of various districts, and the formation of Malaysia.

Adieu Fair Land

Ballad, Sung by Mr. Harrison William Vincent Wallace. Sung by M ! HARRISON . ANDANTINO . 10 : b for pr 8va PED . PED . PED . C O C b PED . pp PED . ADIEU FAIR LAND . BALLAD . 3 PED . A _ _ _ _dieu fair 4118 land , Ova Con delicatezza .

Author: William Vincent Wallace



Category: Operas

Page: 8

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Seek the Fair Land

Walter Macken. Epigraph Seek the fair land. that is over the brow of the hill. FROM AN IRISH PROVERB Chapter One THE MOON shone fitfully through the clouds. It HISTORICAL NOTE Epigraph.

Author: Walter Macken

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 1447269063

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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It is 1649. As the English soldiers trample the Irish homesteads, leaving behind them a trail of barbarity and destruction, a few brave men set out to seek a 'fair land' over the brow of the hill. Among them is Dominick MacMahon, whose wife has been killed in the bloody massacre of Drogheda, and whose son and daughter, and a wounded priest, Father Sebastian, accompany him. But as he journeys in search of peace and freedom he is relentlessly pursued by Coote, the Cromwellian ruler of Connaught . . .

The Lamonts from the Fair Land of Gowrie

Author: Janet Barker Spurgeon



Category: Canada

Page: 289

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Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of William Lamont and Margaret Robertson. William was born ca. 1813 in Moneydie, Perthshire, Scotland. He was the son of John Lamont and Mary Clink. Margaret was born 7 August 1814 in Kinnoul, Perthshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Robertson and Madiline (or Magdalene) Walker. William Lamont and Margaret Robertson were married 24 November 1834. They lived in Perthshire, Scotland and were the parents of nine children. Descendants began immigration to America ca. 1859. They first settled in the New Brunswick Province of Canada. Later generations migrated to the United States and lived in Maine, New Jersey, Florida, Utah, California and elsewhere.

There Lies a Fair Land

$7.50 ISBN 0-898.23–067–5 There Lies a Fair Land presents the joys and sorrows – and the ironies — of the Norwegian-American heritage — the immigrant experience, the settling of the great prairies, the various ways in which individuals ...

Author: John Solensten



Category: American literature

Page: 176

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Land same as 3 , one application nitrate soda ( 1 , Table I ) , 5. Land same as 3 , four applications nitrate of soda ( 2 , Table I ) 6. Land same as 3 , four application nitrate of soda ( 3 , Table I ) 7. Land fair , with nitrate of ...




Category: Agriculture

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Irish Minstrelsy

MY LAND . She is a rich and rare land ; O she's a fresh and fair land ; She is a dear and rare landThis native land of mine . No men than hers are braverHer women's hearts ne'er waver ; I'd freely die to save her , And think my lot ...

Author: Henry Halliday Sparling



Category: Ballads, English

Page: 516

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