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  1. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 11c - Free Trade to French Polish {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    130 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  2. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 11d - French Revolution to Frost, William Edward {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    196 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  3. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 11g - Gassendi to Genovesi {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    198 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  4. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 11h - Gentian to Geometry {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    214 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  5. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 11i - Geometry to Gibson, William Hamilton {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    478 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  6. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 12b Johann Georg Gichtel to Gloss {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    249 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  7. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 12d Gordon, Lord George to Grasses {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    246 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  8. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 12e Grasses to Greek Language {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    244 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  9. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 12f - Greek Law to Ground Squirrel {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    252 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  10. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 12g Groups, Theory of to Gyantse, Tibet {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    245 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  11. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 12h King Gyges of Lydia to Harmonium {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    417 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  12. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 8j E to Edward, the Black Prince", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    440 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  13. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 9b Ehud to Empire", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    440 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  14. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 9c Empire to Engis {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    115 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  15. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 9f English Language, Law, Literature {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    116 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  16. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 9g Engyon to Ethers {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    323 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  17. "Encyclopędia Britannica 11th Ed Vol 9h Ethics to Evangelical {F2 skipped}", Encyc. Brit. Co. (English)
    312 pages; Tuesday, January 10, 2012

  18. "The social, political, and commercial advantages of direct steam communication and rapid postal intercourse between Europe and America, via Galway, Ireland. {P1->P1} {needs fixing, see notes}", Miles, Pliny (English)
    127 pages; Saturday, January 14, 2012

  19. "A Mće (1907) {needs fixing, see notes}", Maximo Gorki, trad. S. Persky e Augusto de Lacerda (Portuguese)
    448 pages; Tuesday, January 17, 2012

  20. "Blackwood 387 - 1848.01 {P1->P1}", Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (English)
    130 pages; Sunday, January 22, 2012



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