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By: Bret Harte (1836-1902)

Book cover Mr. Jack Hamlin's Mediation
Book cover By Shore and Sedge
Book cover A Waif of the Plains
Book cover Openings in the Old Trail
Book cover Clarence
Book cover A Millionaire of Rough-and-Ready
Book cover The Argonauts of North Liberty
Book cover Drift from Two Shores
Book cover A Ward of the Golden Gate
Book cover In the Carquinez Woods
Book cover Trent's Trust, and Other Stories
Book cover Jeff Briggs's Love Story
Book cover Cressy
Book cover A Sappho of Green Springs
Book cover Devil's Ford
Book cover The Story of a Mine
Book cover Maruja
Book cover Snow-Bound at Eagle's
Book cover Susy, a story of the Plains
Book cover Thankful Blossom
Book cover Sally Dows
Book cover Flip, a California romance
Book cover The Heritage of Dedlow Marsh and Other Tales
Book cover The Three Partners
Book cover Found at Blazing Star
Book cover A Phyllis of the Sierras
Book cover A First Family of Tasajara
Book cover The Queen of the Pirate Isle
Book cover Two Men of Sandy Bar; a drama
Book cover A Drift from Redwood Park

By: British Parliament

The Riot Act by British Parliament The Riot Act

The Riot Act was passed by the British Parliament in 1714, the first year of the reign of George I, and came into effect in August 1715. This was a time of widespread social disturbance, as the preamble describes; the Act sought to put an end to this. A group of twelve or more people, “being unlawfully, riotously and tumultuously assembled”, would be read a proclamation; they must disperse within an hour, on pain of death. The same fate would befall anyone preventing the reading of the proclamation, or damaging buildings while on a riot...

By: Bruce Campbell

Book cover Mystery of the Iron Box

When Ken Holt's father, the famous newspaper writer, comes home for a Christmas visit, one of the gifts he brings is an antique iron box. Soon after he arrives a serious of unexplained events occur, including an attempted burglary. A hunch that the iron box is at the center of these occurrences sends Ken Holt and his friend Sandy Allen on an exciting adventure to solve the mystery! Ken Holt was the central characters in a series of 18 mystery stories for boys written by Sam and Beryl Epstein under the pseudonym Bruce Campbell.


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