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If you have a book you'd like to see scanned and launched as a project, please feel free to add it below. This space is an effort to organize and track the many requests in the various "Books I'd Like to See" forum topics - the most recent being Books I'd like to see in PG - 2016. The previous thread was Books I'd like to see in PG - 2015.

Content Providers & Project Managers To help you more easily find a requested book that you'd like to work on, the books have been organized into these categories:

Books that have been claimed have been archived on these pages:

(Note 20 Jan 2015 - This is a work in progress, and the pages linked above will be created in the coming days.)

As content is added, folks will probably restructure and rearrange things. That's OK! The point is, we can build something useful and legible together.


Note: Where there is an author's name but no specific works, this usually means "Anything by this author." This list was brought over from the original forum thread, and as such it may not have been categorized correctly. Please be sure to check and double check whether a book is being processed or posted already. Also, some of the books requested have missing details (publication date, publisher, full title, author's full name, etc.), so feel free to add anything that you know or can look up.

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(List verified as including all the suggestions on the thread up to 16 Sep 2007 12:52, middle of 46th page) (and lots from later, but a few may be missing)

Wanted

A

American Lady

  • Genevra; or, The history of a portrait.

    (Proofreading Round 3: Waiting for Release)

Anonymous/Unknown/Multiple authors

  • The Benefit of Farting Explain'd; or The FUNDAMENT-al CAUSE of the Diftempers incident to the Fair Sex (1727) by Don Fart-inhando Puff-indorst (a pseudonym of Jonathan Swift)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")
    • Reprinted in Eighteenth-Century British Erotica, Part II, Volume 1. Pickering and Chatto, 2004.
  • The Encyclopedia Metropolitana
  • An Essay upon Wind: with Curious Anecdotes of Eminent Peteurs, Humbly Dedicated to the Lord Chancellor (1787)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")
  • The Plowman's Tale
  • Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation, 1844. (by Robert Chambers, in PG: #7116
  • An Old English Miscellany Containing A Bestiary, Kentish Sermons, Proverbs Of Alfred And Religious Poems Of The Thirteenth Century
  • Any volumes of the ASIA magazine, published in the 1920s. See: here for some details.
  • Under the Auroras, A Marvelous Tale of the Interior World (via Standish, Hollow Earth)
  • the complete Riverbank Publications (or at least #22) asked for by Vasa
  • Horrid Mysteries, written in Jane Austen's era asked for by Elisa
  • The Annual index to the Times (London)
  • the pre-23 volumes of The Official index to the Times (London)
  • The New York times index for the published news, (covering 1851-1912),
  • the pre-1923 volumes of The New York times index
  • pre-1923 periodicals indexes such as Poole's, Reader's Guide
  • Books/Periodicals containing Puzzles/Crosswords/Mind games from the early 1900s
  • Stars & Stripes U.S. military periodical (began on Feb, 1918)
  • Canard enchaîné, a french satirical newspaper started in 1915
  • Parodies/knockoffs of the novel The Count of Monte Cristo
  • "Books on Islam and the Middle East" (or any religion books)
  • Books about translation theory, like The translations of Beowulf or Early theories of translation
  • Editions of Pears Cyclopaedia (wikipedia entry) from before 1923.
  • New-England Music in the Latter Part of the 18th and in the Beginning of the 19th Century.
    • Cited in Volume 6 of the Olden Time Series by Henry Brooks
  • Travel in Old Times, with Some Account of Stages, Taverns, etc.
    • Cited in Volume 6 of the Olden Time Series by Henry Brooks
  • Curiosities of Politics, among the Old Federalists and Republicans.
    • Cited in Volume 6 of the Olden Time Series by Henry Brooks
  • branko asked for: "Anything on typography, but preferably with large, clear images of complete letter sets."
  • murrayriver suggested: "chess books!" ; see linked post for details; specific authors mentioned have their own entries on this page.
  • Terry Pratchett's first work?
    • probably not, Rule 6 currently only applies to US authors
  • The Cruise of the Janet Nichol
    • by Mrs. R L Stevenson?
  • Tri unuaktaj homedioj de A.v. Kotzebue, T. Williams, M. Hankel, 1908 ([http://books.google.com/books?id=Vx0SAAAAIAAJ Google Books)

Bounds, E.M.

  • Power Through Prayer
  • Purpose in Prayer
  • Prayer and Praying Men
  • Essentials of Prayer
  • Necessity of Prayer
  • Possibilities of Prayer
  • Reality of Prayer
  • Weapon of Prayer

Bowen, Marjorie

Boyle, Jack

  • any short story collections, or longer stories?
  • Boston Blackie', in Collier's (may not be PD)
    • Vasa says: "I liked the theme of the stories hero (ex-bank robber, ex-opium addict, ex-convict) by an author (ex-bank robber, ex-opium addict, ex-convict) who definitely contributed to the American detective genre."

Boothby, William T.

  • The World's Drinks and How to Mix Them, 1907.

Brehm, Alfred Edmund

  • Tierleben (13 volumes; Jeroen Hellingman has these available for scanning. The first volume is now in DP. Note that they are in the Fraktur script.)

Bruce, Mary Grant

Bullinger, E. W.

  • The Companion Bible
    • published by Kregel Publications.
    • KenJ said: "Dennis Hillman, publisher at Kregel Publications wrote to me in an email: "The Companion Bible is a public domain title and there are no legal restrictions on its use."
    • See http://philologos.org/cbeo.htm for an online version.

Burley, Walter

  • Tractatus de obligationibus
    • The Bibliotheque Nationale doesn't have Tractatus de obligationibus, but they do have:

Burlaeus, Gualterus (1275-1337). Preclarissimi viri Gualterii Burlei,... super artem veterem Porphyrii et Aristotelis expositio sive scriptum. Gallica I think it's in blackletter type: will not OCR well :-)

Busch, Wilhelm

  • anything besides Bildergeschichten (already posted)

C

Cable, Mildred

  • Mother India's Daughters

Carpenter, William

  • Water not Convex: The Earth Not a Globe! (1871)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")
  • One Hundred Proofs that the Earth is Not A Globe (1885)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")

Garnett, Mrs. R. S.

Carter, R. Brudenell

  • Doctors and Their Work; or, Medicine, Quackery, and Disease
    • By R. Brudenell Carter, F.R.C.S., Knight of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, ex-President of the Medical Society of London, &c. &c. Crown 8vo. 6s.
    • Reviews:
      • SPECTATOR.--'From the layman's point of view this must be accounted one of the most sensible and practical books dealing with medicine, disease, and quackery that have ever been published.'
      • ACADEMY.--'A book of this order can do nothing but good.... We may venture a guess that our recommendation to everyone to read this book--which certainly contains many pages worth their weight in radium--will earn the thanks of everyone who follows it.'

Casaubon, Meric

  • A True & Faithful RELATION OF What passed for many Yeers Between DR. JOHN DEE (A Mathematician of Great Fame in Q. ELIZ. and King JAMES their Reignes) and SOME SPIRITS: TENDING (had it Succeeded)To a General Alteration of most STATES and KINGDOMES in the World.


Cavendish, Margaret

  • The Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World (1666)
    • This is a very early work of science-fiction.

Caxton, William


Title:  The Curial
Author:  William Caxton Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  Thierry Date requested:  01 Jul 2003
Claimed by:  

Most of Caxton's works. None in progress at DP 28-Aug-10. Currently at PG [1]

Chateaubriand

  • Mémoires d'outre-tombe (Oeuvre complète) 3 of 5.
    • Volumes 1, 2, 4 and 5 already in progress.

Childers, Erskine

  • The Riddle of the Sands
    • Yes, PG has a copy, but it lacks an HTML version and is missing maps and images found in the book. Google's copy is of insufficient quality to help
    • Mentioned in Book Lust

Chopin, Kate

Clarke, John

  • P. Ovidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon Libri XV. Cum Versione Anglica, ad Verbum, quantum fieri potuit, facta. Or, Ovid's Metamorphoses. With an English Translation, as Literal as possible.

Clements, Frederic E.

  • Research Methods in Ecology. Lincoln. 1905.
  • Plant Physiology and Ecology. New York: Henry Holt and Co. 1907
  • Plant Succession: An Analysis of the Development of Vegetation. Washington D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1916.
Plant Succession has been copyright cleared, apparently, but I'm not sure whether it has progressed any further.

Coan, Blair

  • The Red Web. Boston, 1925.
    • dvdeug notes: "Blair Coan (1883-1939) (It's not listed in 11800, but I don't know how hard it would be to find the author's nationality, especially given the accent that should be over the a in Coan. Good for DP-EU, though, and there's a 1969 reprint that should be just as clearable. A websearch reveals several cites of this books, mainly political rants."

Coleridge, Christabel

  • Charlotte Mary Yonge: Her Life and Letters
    • There's a 1903 edition, and a 1969 reprint (which would be clearable if it's just pictures of the original pages). Not in Google Books. Seems to be a fairly common library holding, should be scannable by someone with access to a major library.
    • Internet Archive (mirror of a book scanned by Google)

Couperus, Louis

  • Eline Vere (Dutch original in PG, English translation is sought after.)
  • Eline Vere. Translated by J. T. Grein. London: Chapman, 1892.
    • Cambridge University Library and the British Library have copies.
  • Numerous works by Louis Couperus are available in the internet archive.

Crawford, F. Marion

Title:  Love in Idleness: A Tale of Bar Harbor
Author:  Crawford, F. Marion Illustrator:   Remarks:  I've run into a "complete" list of works by F. Marion Crawford (in one of the books).

Still not IP or on PG.

Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  19 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  With the Immortals
Author:  Crawford, F. Marion Illustrator:   Remarks:  I've run into a "complete" list of works by F. Marion Crawford (in one of the books).

Still not IP or on PG.

Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  19 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  The Three Fates
Author:  Crawford, F. Marion Illustrator:   Remarks:  I've run into a "complete" list of works by F. Marion Crawford (in one of the books).

Still not IP or on PG.

Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  19 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Croll, James

  • Stellar evolution, and its relation to geological time. (Two copies available at archive.org)

Cruden

  • Concordance

D

Dictionary of National Biography

de Bergerac, Cyrano

Title:  Voyage to the Moon
Author:   Illustrator:   Remarks:  Ekwent said:

"I *have* found (on Gallica) something called "Voyages de Cyrano de Bergerac sur les empires de la Lune et du Soleil" (roughly (my main translation problem is that "sur") "Travels of Cyrano de Bergerac over [?] the Empires of the Moon and of the Sun", as part of a 1787 volume (bibliographic entry lists both Amsterdam and Paris as places of publication). "Other elements of this volume are said to be a "translated and continued" version of Lucian of Samosata (early 2nd Century of the Common Era)'s composition known as (English title in the first "Lucian of Samosata" hit I found on Google) "A True Story" (which wasn't one; same source (in tertullian.org ) calls it a "romance"), and Cyrano's "L'histoire des oiseaux" (which would either be "The Story of the Birds" or "The History of the Birds"... or one of those possibilities minus the "The" (Sorry/"Shrug").

Language:  French or English translation Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  http://www.archive.org/details/voyagetomoon00cyrarich Genre:  science fiction
Requested by:   Date requested:  
Claimed by:  puppernutter


de Fontenelle, Bernard

  • Entretiens sur la pluralité des mondes (Conversations on the Plurality of Worlds), 1686.

Dan, Pierre

  • Histoire de Barbarie, et de ses Corsaires. Paris: Pierre Rocolet, 1637.
    • Gallica
    • Pub. info – 1637
    • Reference – The story of the Barbary corsairs by Stanley Lane-Poole

Dalton, John

  • A New system of chemical philosophy.
    • The Posner Memorial Collection has this book in its catalogue. An attempt on 9 October 2006 to download a scan of this book failed - there appeared to be a problem with the Posner Collection's server.
    • The Internet Archive (part I)

Defoe, Daniel

  • The King Of Pirates. Being An Account of the Famous Enterprises of Captain Avery With Lives of other Pirates & Robbers. 3rd edition. London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1903.
    • abebooks has copies at reasonable prices

Google has a decent copy at http://tinyurl.com/2badqyr

Internet Archive copy at http://www.archive.org/details/kingofpiratesbei00defo

    • special for Talk like a Pirate day
    • (mroe) I own a clearable copy of this

Delafosse, M.

  • Haut-Sénégal-Niger
    • (1st series of 3 volumes), published 1912 worldcat entry
      • "the [i]three volumes (each at least 300 pages in length) of[/i] the 1912 "First Series" (I'm translating that description from the French) edited by Maurice Delafosse of "[i]Haut-Sénégal-Niger (Soudan français)[/i]" are available from Gallica" according to ewkent

Denton, William

Title:  The Soul of Things
Author:  Willima Denton Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:  1863 Year:  1863
Source:   Genre:  Religion
Requested by:  Thierry Date requested:  30 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Common Sense Thoughts on the Bible: for Common Sense People
Author:   Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  http://www.umdl.umich.edu/cgi-bin/moa/sgml/moa-idx?notisid=AJG4633 There may be better scans available by now. Genre:  Religion
Requested by:  Thierry Date requested:  30 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  The Irreconcilable Records: or, Genesis and Geology
Author:   Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  http://www.umdl.umich.edu/cgi-bin/moa/sgml/moa-idx?notisid=AJG9330 There may by now be better scans out there available. Genre:  Religion
Requested by:  Thierry Date requested:  30 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  

De Vinne, Theodore

  • Practice of Typography: Plain Printing Types (and other volumes in this series)

Dixon

  • Free Russia
  • any of his other works

Dreyer

Donaldson, Thomas Leverton

  • Pompeii, illustrated with picturesque views. London, 1827.


Douglas, Lloyd C.

Dudeney, Henry

  • we have one volume by him in PG, more would be great.
  • The Canterbury Puzzles -- now in PG

Dunphie, Charles J.

  • Sweet Sleep. A Course of Reading Intended to Promote That Delightful Enjoyment (1879)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")



Duruy, Victor

  • French works available from Gallica, and in progress. Having the English translations would be great, some are on Google-print, but have missing pages, or missing volumes from multi volume sets.

E

Eddison, Eric Ruecker

  • His dates are: 1882-1945
  • The worm ouroboros : a romance, illustrations by Keith Henderson. London : J. Cape, 1922.
    • There is a US edition in 1926 that was renewed (R119915) and needs to be avoided
    • Online at The Internet Sacred Text Archive (which is stretching the idea of a "sacred text"...)

Eiffel, Gustave

  • La Tour de 300 Mètres
    • a 53-page oversize volume of drawings and photographs of Eiffel's most famous tower, in Paris.
    • The original was published in 1900, and the recent re-publication is described as a facsimile reprint, so it should be clearable, at least in the original French.

Ellenberger, D. F.

F

Flammenberg, Lawrence

[pseudonym for Karl Friedrich Kahlert]

  • The Necromancer; or the tale of the Black Forest. Translated by Peter Teuthold.
    • London: Skoob publishing, 1989.
    • London: Robert Holden & co., 1927.
    • London: William Lane at the Minerva Press, 1794. (The British Library has a copy of this edition).

Fonseca, Jose de

  • English as She is Spoke
    • Wikipedia article
    • Text online everything2
    • Some of the U.S. editions have an introduction by Mark Twain - these would be a good choice of edition to scan.
    • French edition:
         NAME(S):*Fonseca, José da, 1788-1866
                  Carolino, Pedro
        TITLE(S): O novo guia da conversaçƒao, em portuguez e inglez :
                   ou, Escolha de dialogos familiares sôbre varios
                   assumptos / precedido d'um copioso vocabulario de nomes
                   proprios, com a pronuncia figurada das palavras
                   inglezas, e o accento prosodico nas portuguezas, para
                   se poder aprender com perfeiçƒao e a inda sem mestre,
                   qualquer dos dous idiomas.  Offerecido a'estudiosa
                   mocidade portugueza e brazileira por José da Fonseca e
                   Pedro Carolino
       PUBLISHER: Paris : Va. J.P. Aillaud, Monlon e Ca, 1855.
     DESCRIPTION: viii, 182 p. 14 cm.
           NOTES: Editions with English title were published in 1869 and
                   1883 under the name of Carolino (the edition of 1883
                   with a preface by Mark Twain)

Fournier, Édouard

Fraser, John Foster

  • Round the World on a Wheel (1899)
"Being the narrative of a bicycle ride of nineteen thousand two hundred and thirty-seven miles through seventeen countries and across three continents by JOHN FOSTER FRASER, S. EDWARD LUNN, AND F.H. LOWE."

Friedman, William

Title:  Elements of Cryptanalysis.
Author:  Friedman, William Illustrator:   Remarks:  A reprint is available from Aegean Park Press, Laguna, CA, U.S.A.

I believe that the original was a U.S. Army Training manual of 1924. Is this still in copyright, or can it be cleared under rule 8?

Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  Vasa Date requested:  10 Jul 2005
Claimed by:  


Title:  the complete Riverbank Publications
Author:  Friedman, William Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  Vasa Date requested:  10 Jul 2005
Claimed by:  


Futrelle, Jacques

  • The Thinking Machine (2 requests)
  • Other titles by this author welcomed.
    • Works online at [2]

G

Gage, Matilda Joslyn

Galilei, Galileo

  • Dialogue concerning the two chief world systems.
    • The English translation by Stillman Drake (published by University of California Press) is still in print (and probably still in copyright).
    • Italian translation: "Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo" in "Le opere di Galileo Galilei: edizione nazionale sotto gli auspicii di sua maesta il re d'Italia", volume VII. Florence, 1897. Gallica

Gardner, Erle Stanley (1889-1970)

  • Pre-1923 Short Stories
    • "The Police of the House", in Breezy Stories (June 1921)
    • "Nellie's Naughty Nighty", in Breezy Stories (August 1921)
    • Gardner is the author of Perry Mason. It's possible that some of the other early stories found in his bibliography are clearable; he has around 800 renewals from a quick search, and some stuff as early as 1926 was renewed, but a quick glance didn't find anything for his 1923 works.

Garnet, Henry

  • A True and Perfect Relation of the whole proceedings against the late most barbarous Traitors, Garnet, a Jesuite, and his confederats. London: R. Barker, 1606.
    • The British Library has a copy.
    • November 5th Special Day!

Ghiberti, Lorenzo

Gilchrist, Alexander

  • The Life of William Blake. (First published 1863. Reprinted by John Lane, 1907. There is also a modern reprint by Dover books).

Harry Graham

Goddard, Henry Herbert

  • Feeble-Mindedness: Its Causes and Consequences. New York: The Macmillan Company. 1914.
    • This was a very influential work in the US eugenics movement, and is valuable for teaching that history. (I use it in class).
    • Goddard died in 1957, so works may not be clearable in Life+70 countries (doesn't directly affect DP, as it's based in the US, but this may restrict where we can get scans from).
    • [3] is the 1920 edition, and there's also a 1914 edition available, at least to US users.

Goforth, Jonathan

  • By My Spirit
  • When The Spirit's Fire Swept Korea

Goudge, Elizabeth

  • The Fairies' Baby: And Other Stories (1919)

The Great Round World

H

Halliwell, J. O.

  • A dictionary of archaic and provincial words, obsolete phrases, proverbs and ancient customs, from the XIV. Century. 2 vols. 8. London, 1847.


Halsey, Francis W.

Title:  Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volumes 9 & 10 to complete the set
Author:  Halsey, Francis W. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:  Funk & Wagnalls Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  several people Date requested:  Oct. 2003
Claimed by:  


Hamilton, Alexander

Title:  Works of Alexander Hamilton, Vol II to XII
Author:  Hamilton, Alexander Illustrator:   Remarks:  At IA http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=The%20works%20of%20Alexander%20Hamilton%20AND%20collection%3Aamericana

Volume I is at DP, PM has been inactive since 12/2009.

Language:  English Illos:  few
Edition:  various copies at IA for each volume Year:  1885, 1904 edition at google.
Source:  Internet Archive Genre:  Collections
Requested by:  Joe Cooper Date requested:  8-15-2010
Claimed by:  


Harney, W. E. (Bill)


Harris, A. H.

Title:  A sketch of the Buxton Mission and Elgin settlement, Raleigh, Canada West
Author:  Harris, A. H. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1866
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  labradorian Date requested:  23 Jan 2005
Claimed by:  


Harrison, Major M.C.C. & Cartwright, Capt. H. A.

  • Within Four Walls' NY, 1930 (not renewed?)

Hedin, Sven

  • Southern Tibet : discoveries in former times compared with my own researches in 1906-1908
  • A lot of his works are available on the Internet Archive.

Henty, G.A.

  • All But Lost Vol. I, 1869
  • All But Lost Vol. II, 1869
  • All But Lost Vol. III, 1869
  • Gabriel Allen M.P
  • A Hidden Foe 1891
  • John Hawke's Fortune - A Story of Monmouth's Rebellion, 1907
  • Lost Heir
  • March to Coomassie
  • Plague Ship
  • Queen Victoria: Scenes from her Life and Reign
  • Sovereign Reader: Scenes from the Life and Reign of Queen Victoria [possibly the same as above?]
  • Those Other Animals
  • Through the Sikh War: A Tale of the Conquest of the Punjaub, 1893
  • To Herat and Cabul: A Story of the First Afghan War, 1892
  • With Roberts to Pretoria: A Tale of the South African War, 1901
  • With the British Legion: A Story of the Carlist Wars, 1902
  • A Woman of the Commune - A Tale of Two Sieges of Paris, 1897 -- This is apparently an alternate title for A Girl of the Commune
  • Young Colonists: A Tale of the Zulu and Boer Wars, 1898

Herschel

  • General catalog

Heyer, Georgette

  • The Great Roxhythe

Heyer, Mary B.

Hiscox, Gardner D. & Prof. T. O'Connor Sloane

  • Fortunes in Formulas for Home, Farm, and Workshop
    • copyright page goes back to 1907
    • User:jaegerthewolf has a 1939 edition
    • 857 pages of two-column small print pages, plus 25 pages of index
    • User:Malcolm Farmer found that:
      • Gernsback hired Dr. T. O'Connor Sloane to edit Amazing Stories. Sloane was an elderly chemist and university professor whose son was married to Thomas Edison's daughter, Madeline. For financial reasons, issue No.1 was not published until April, 1926..

Hippo, Augustine of

  • City of God

Hoffmann, E. T. A.

  • Lebensansichten des Katers Murr
    • translation: The Life and Opinions of Tomcat Murr
    • Now in progress
  • Der Goldene Topf (The Golden Pot)
    • First English translation was probably Carlyle in 1827
    • etext:17362 is a German version
    • Google has The works of Thomas Carlyle (1899), which contains an English translation of The Golden Pot.
  • Nußknacker und Mausekönig

Hoffmann, Nina

  • Eine biographische Studie
    • Clearance for the Dostojewsky biography requested by Peter.Becker April 2013

Holmes, Mary J.

Title:  The Abandoned Farm
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Chateau D'Or
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  The Abandoned Farm
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Connie's Mistake
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Daisy Thornton
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Dr. Hathern's Daughters
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Edith Lyle
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Edna Browning
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Forrest House
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
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Title:  Hugh Worthington
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Jessie Graham
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Kitty Craig
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
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Title:  Madeline
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Marguerite
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Marian Gery
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Meadow Brook
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Merivale Banks
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
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Title:  Mildred
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
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Title:  Mildred's Ambition
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Millbank
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Mrs. Hallam's Companion
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Paul Ralston
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Queenie Hetherton
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Rena's Experiment
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Rose Mather
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  The Tracy Diamonds
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  West Lawn
Author:  Holmes, Mary J. Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  JulietS Date requested:  10 May 2003
Claimed by:  


Robert-Houdin, Jean-Eugène

Title:  Confidences d'un prestidigitateur
Author:  Robert-Houdin, Jean-Eugène Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  French Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  Life of Robert-Houdin, the king of the conjurers
Author:  Robert-Houdin, Jean-Eugène Illustrator:   Remarks:  Supposedly the same translation was also published as Memoirs of Robert-Houdin, ambassador, author, and conjuror.
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  The secrets of stage conjuring
Author:  Robert-Houdin, Jean-Eugène Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  ?
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  



I

Irving, Washington

  • The Life of George Washington(1855-59)(volumes 2-5, the first volume is already done)
    • Juliet said in July 2006: "Unless I am mistaken about which Life of George Washinton this is, David Widger, the indefagible WWer, has the other volumes and is working on them for PG. He does not work through DP, so you won't see them here. But when they appear they will be beautifully done."

J

Jastrow, Marcus (Mordechai)

Jackson, Helen

  • A Century of Dishonor
    • "A number of e-books available, most of them with the same pagination."
    • "The physical book I have is a reprint, but 40 pages or so are missing and 40 pages duplicated."
    • "The one thing my libraries book has that none of the ebooks have is an index. While it is unclear whether the index is modern or not, the reprint has no copyright and is publiched in 1964."

Jekyll, Gertrude

Jones, Owen

  • Grammar of Ornament
    • an 1896 edition
    • it's a seminal work on the subject, so there should be plenty of copies available.
    • Lots of glorious illustrations,
    • In Sept 2007, rubycon tentatively volunteered to PP it
    • Illustrations available here (nypl.org)
    • In Sept 2007, Joe Cooper has gotten a copy (1982 reprint of the folio edition (1856) by van nostrand reinhold co (publisher) )
    • Another (maybe partial) copy at the University of Wisconsin Digital Library
    • considerable discussion of this in the thread around Sept 8, 2007
    • It's finally in progress - huge thanks to Mebyon for PMing this monster!

Jones, William

Title:  Address introducing the Indo-European concept.
Author:   Illustrator:   Remarks:  Speech given 1786, published as article in Asiatick Researches 1788; republished in book form (Vol III) a couple decades later.

Discourses delivered at the Asiatick Society, 1785-1792 / William Jones ; with a new introduction by Roy Harris and a short bibliography on eighteenth-century linguistics by Karen Thomson. London : Routledge/Thoemmes Press, 1993. (This contains a reprint of part of The Works of William Jones, vol 3, 1807).

Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1807
Source:  Possible Google Genre:  
Requested by:  Lucy24 Date requested:  10 Jul 2005
Claimed by:  


Title:  Hitopadesa (as translator)
Author:   Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  In The Works of William Jones, vol 13. Google Genre:  
Requested by:   Date requested:  
Claimed by:  


K

Keats, John

King, Benjamin

  • "A Summer's Afternoon"
    • LibriVox has recorded this, but has no online source
    • Contained in a couple Google Books volumes of Ben King's poems

Kati, Mahmoud

  • Tarikh el Fettach

Kleist, Heinrich von

Title:  (any)
Author:  Heinrich von Kleist Illustrator:   Remarks:  *Any english translations of any of his works. None exist on DP or PG
  • Update: no english translation on PG or DP as of Okt.10, 2011 Akinom 12:06, 11 October 2011 (PDT)
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  Trebor Date requested:  06 Jan 2003
Claimed by:  


Knight, Charles

Title:  Half-Hours with the Best Authors
Author:  Charles Knight Illustrator:   Remarks:  This is an anthology of short selections from many authors. There are only two DIFFERENT editions with just that title, the original and the revised. However there are many printings of each with a varying number of volumes; but as far as I know all printings of each respective edition have the same contents. I suggest the revised edition because it has more in it.
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:  2nd Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  15 Jan 2003
Claimed by:  


Knox, Ronald

  • Anything in the public domain

L

Lang, Andrew

  • colored Fairy Books, Red, Blue, etc.
    • PG has text-only versions, but the books have great illustrations -- HTML version requested.
    • Olive Fairy book is in DP.
    • Maybe use Dover reprints?

Langland, William

  • Piers Plowman
    • Now in progress
    • The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman. Edited by W. W. Skeat. 9th Edition. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1906. (The 10th edition was published in 1923, and so might still be in copyright). Annoyingly, some of the lines have been censored in these editions. The missing lines can be found in other out of copyright editions.
    • The Internet Archive This is the fourth edition - we ought to be able to clear a later edition.
    • The Internet Archive This is the ninth edition.
    • Piers Plowman: the Vision of a People's Christ by William Langland, A Version for the Modern Reader. Arthur Burrell. London: J. M. Dent, 1919. (Unlike the Skeat edition, this version is in modernised spelling).

Langstroth

  • See Cornell's special beekeeping collection: [[4]]

Lasker, Emanuel

  • Commonsense in Chess
    • "This was published in 1910[?] UK[?] but this guy lived for quite awhile so it might not be in the public domain yet."
    • Lasker was a chess world champion & brother of "Edward Lasker whose chess books are in PG".
    • User:Joe Cooper has an "unabridged chess book by Edward Lasker, reprinted by Dover, (1915 original)" which he can CP, but not PM. (Jun 2007)

Lavoisier, Antoine

Title:  any
Author:  Antoine Lavoisier Illustrator:   Remarks:  English translation posted to PG, #30775.
Language:  French Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  Traité élémentaire de chimie. See Gallica: vol 1 and vol 2 Genre:  chemistry
Requested by:  ortonmc Date requested:  10 Jul 2005
Claimed by:  


Lee, Albert

  • The Prince's Messenger [1896]
  • The Black Disc [1897]
  • The Inca's Ransom [1898]
  • The Key Of The Holy House [1898]
  • The Gentleman Pensioner [1900] The Internet Archive from 1900
  • King Stork Of The Netherlands [1900] On the Internet Archive but link wouldn't work
  • The Frown Of Majesty [1902] The Internet Archive
  • The Emperor's Trumpeter [1914] On the Internet Archive but link wouldn't work
  • The Call Of The Night Rider [1916]
  • The world exploration story [1906] Internet archive (600 ppi resolution]]


  • Several of these books are available at the Internet Archives.
  • Oct.10, 2011 as of today there are no books on PG or DP Akinom 12:29, 11 October 2011 (PDT)

Lewis, Angelo John

Title:  Modern magic. A practical treatise on the art of conjuring
Author:  Lewis, Angelo John Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  More Magic
Author:  Lewis, Angelo John Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  Later Magic
Author:  Lewis, Angelo John Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  Latest Magic
Author:  Lewis, Angelo John Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  16 Dec 2002
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Lewis, Dio

  • Our Girls, 1872, Harper & Bros
  • At TIA

Loyd, Sam

  • Sam Loyd's Cyclopedia of 5000 Puzzles, Tricks, and Conundrums (With Answers)

M

Machiavelli, Niccolò

"Gallica (Hi, Carlo) has 2 17th-Century French-language editions of The Prince (one from 1640 Paris and the other from 1683 Amsterdam), a 2-volume "Oeuvres Completes" ["Complete Works"] in *French* from 1867, *and* a 1550 (!) Italian "Tutte le opere de" ("All the works of") Signor M.; Google Print claims to have a "full view" edition of the "Oeuvres politiques" (Political Works) in French from 1851."

Macpherson, John

Title:  Critical dissertations on the origin, antiquities, language, government, manners, and religion, of the antient Caledonians, their posterity the Picts, and the British and Irish Scots (1768)
Author:  Macpherson, John, 1710-1765 Illustrator:   Remarks:  Written by an ancestor of mine, and way out of copyright. Scanned version on University of California Libraries Site. (Note by acunning40: TIA scans are overcropped so the raw images will have to be used.)
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1768
Source:  http://www.archive.org/details/criticaldisserta00macpiala Genre:  Ethnology -- Scotland; Scotland -- Antiquities
Requested by:  nm Date requested:  Jun 2012
Claimed by:  


Madden, Samuel

  • Memoirs of the twentieth century, being original letters of state under George the Sixth
    • Early 18th century science fiction depicting the world in 1998
    • The British Library has this on microfilm: Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4979, no. 5).
    • The British Library has already scanned this book digitally.
    • Research Publications Inc. is now known as Primary Source Media

About the book: Published in 1733, it takes the form of a series of imaginary reports by British diplomats from the year 1997. Their reports cover the imagined history between 1733 and 1997, political intrigues, and some thoughts on the possibility of constructing an engine for a journey to the moon. In other words, many of the classic Science Fiction tropes are found here in an early form. Fans of Harry Turtledove or the Space: 1889 role-playing game might like it.

There are some gaps in the page numbering, but it seems that these aren't actually missing pages, as the story continues unbroken across the gaps. (No, I have no idea what the publisher was up to :-)) On some pages, the BL scans crop close to the edge of the text (tight binding), but looks OK.

There is a related book at The Internet Archive

Malla, Kalyana

  • Ananga-Ranga:(Stage of the Bodiless one), or, The Hindu Art of Love. Translated by Sir Richard Burton and F F Arbuthnot. London: Kama Shastra Society, 1885.
    • Burton's English translation was then translated into French by Isidore Liseux.
    • Sacred Text Archive


Martyn, Henry

  • Two sets of unpublished letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn

Marx, Karl

  • Marx/Engels Collected Works (German and English)


Marsden, Kate

  • On Sledge and Horseback to Outcast Siberian Lepers
  • The Leper. Publication: Eagle, Mary Kavanaugh Oldham, ed. The Congress of Women: Held in the Woman's Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, U. S. A., 1893. Chicago, Ill: Monarch Book Company, 1894. pp. 213-216.
  • Riding Through Siberia - A Mounted Medical Mission in 1891

McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees

  • Printers' and Publishers' Devices in England & Scotland, 1485-1640.
    • Originally published 1913, lots and lots of plates
    • Reprinted 2003 in an expensive hardcover, presumably available at any good library that didn't already have the 1913 version in its collection.
    • User:greentea got a clearance for it in June 2006.

Meakin, Budgett

Melville, Herman

  • Moby Dick
    • We have no HTML version.
      • There are three text versions: etext:2489 (described as: "still under construction", and last updated in 2006), etext:2701 (described as: "based on a combination of the etext from the ERIS project at Virginia Tech and another from Project Gutenberg's archives, as compared to a public-domain hard copy"), and finally etext:15, which only comes as a .zip file containing over 130 text files dividing the book into chapters, more or less. It also contains a short biography of Mellville, and claims to be based on work of a "Professor Eugene F. Irey". We also have a computer-generated audio book as etext:9147.
    • IA has a two volume set: here and here. Google has a version, but seems to have missing pages near the start.

Mencken, H. L.

Meyrink, Gustav

Mitchell, John Ames

  • La lasta Usonano; fragmento el la Taglibro de Kan-Li, princo de Dimf-ju-cur kaj admiralo en la Persa maristaro
    • Mitchell, John Ames, 1845-1918
    • avail at TIA

Mills, Clifford

  • Where the Rainbow Ends (1911 play, 1912 book based on the play)
    • BBC had a story on it back in 2005: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/arts/pip/2d6hm/
    • The Internet Archive This copy doesn't have a publication date, which may make it difficult to clear. The British Library's catalogue entry for an edition by the same publisher gives a date of 1912, sellers' information on Abebooks suggest that pre-1923 editions had illustrations, later cheap reprints had none (and the IA version is not illustrated)

Milne, A(lan) A(lexander)

  • Once On A Time
    • The Internet Archive. The IA catalogue entry says "c. 1922", but the copyright date inside the book is 1922, so it should be clearable.

Morning Chronicle, The

Molière

  • The Misanthrope
    • Le misantrope, comédie. Paris, 1667. Gallica
    • Le misantrope, comédie. Amsterdam: Jacques le Jeune, 1684. Gallica
    • French text online at Wikisource
    • way back in 2005, User:eschillace volunteered to be the PM for them...

Morel, E. D.

Title:  Red Rubber: the story of the rubber slave trade
Author:  Morel, E. D. Illustrator:   Remarks:  1919 edition n the Internet Archive
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1919
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:   Date requested:  17 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  King Leopold's Rule in Africa
Author:  Morel, E. D. Illustrator:   Remarks:  1904 edition on the IA and another one and another one
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  klever Date requested:  17 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


Title:  Great Britain and the Congo: The Pillage of the Congo Basin
Author:  Morel, E. D. Illustrator:   Remarks:  1909 edition on the Internet Archive and another one
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  klever Date requested:  17 Dec 2002
Claimed by:  


  • as of Oct. 10, 2011 there are no E.D. Morel Books on PG or DP. Akinom 12:58, 11 October 2011 (PDT)

Morgan, Lewis Henry

  • League of the Iroquois (scanning now) I tried, but couldn't get decent scans -- the margins were just too small and the binding too tight. (U of Michigan copy, which is a reprint) logista 07:46, 23 August 2006 (PDT) Found another edition at TIA. In progress logista 09:44, 13 July 2007 (PDT)

Morgan, William

Möbusz, Albin

  • Dokumentoj de Esperanto: informilo pri la historio kaj organizo de la esperanta movado
    • 1921
    • avail at Google Books

Morris, Robert T.

  • Nut Growing. Publisher: MacMillan--1931 (Copyright not renewed)

Muller, Julius

  • Invasion of America: a fact story based on the inexorable mathematics of war
    • 1916, Dutton, 352 pages.
      • the 1916 edition is at the Internet Archive (400 ppi resolution)
    • Worldcat shows about 60 libraries holding copies of it, according to original requester

Muller, Samuel

  • Geschiedenis van de Noordsche Compagnie (1874)

Murray, Amelia

Title:  Letters from the United States, Cuba and Canada
Author:  Murray, Amelia Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:  G.P. Putnam Year:  1856
Source:   Genre:  
Requested by:  labradorian Date requested:  23 Jan 2005
Claimed by:  


Murray, Andrew

  • Humility: The Beauty of Holiness (EN)
  • Nederigheid: Het Sieraad Der Heiligheid (NL)
  • With Christ in the School of Prayer (EN)
  • De School Des Gebeds (NL)
  • The True Vine (EN)
  • Absolute Surrender (EN)
  • Like Christ (EN)
  • Gelijk Jezus! (NL)
  • Het Nieuwe Leven (NL)
  • Niet Mijn Wil! (NL)

And other books in Dutch, English and other languages by Andrew Murray.

N

Norwich, Julian of

  • Revelations of Divine Love

Nesbit, E.

  • Grim Tales, 1893
  • The Seven Dragons, 1899
  • The Red House, 1902
    • Online at Indiana University: [5]
  • The House of Arden, 1908
    • Online at upenn: [6]
  • Wet Magic, 1913

Newton, Rev. John

ekwent says: "I have found 1 scanned version of the Olney Hymns from 1840 from Microsoft Live Books, and at least one from 1877 from Google Print (I'm disappointed Sad that I couldn't find any earlier than 1840); Google Print also seems to at least have *parts* of more than one edition (I can't vouch for the overall scan quality of any of these; I didn't take the time Embarassed ) of Richard Cecil's Works of the Newton from the 1820s (including biographical/"Memoir" material re Newton), of at least 1 edition of what my 1972 Encyclopaedia Britannica (article on "Newton, John (1725-1807)") calls Newton's "most important" work -- Cardiphonia, or the Utterance of the Heart (1st ed., 1781: the Britannica article calls it "a series of devotional letters"), and Google Print also lists other works by the Rev. John Newton."

hutcheson says: I did a reprint of the first edition for CCEL.org -- [8] and can provide personally-proofed HTML and/or text. (The movie site posted the PDF version copied from CCEL.) I don't think DP would add that much value to the text, but will work with anyone interested in adding value--smoothreading, crossposting, whatever.

I found "Thoughts upon the African slave trade" at Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection Akinom 13:25, 11 October 2011 (PDT)

Nut Culturist, The

  • Fuller--Publisher: Orange Judd Co.--1906

O

Offenbach, Jacques

  • Orphée aux enfers (Orpheus in the Underworld). Libretto by Ludovic Halévy and Hector Crémieux. (Original French language version wanted. It would be OK to just have the libretto, without the musical score).

Orczy, Baroness Emmuska (d. 1947)

  • Sir Percy Hits Back; 1927, presumably still under copyright
  • The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel; 1922
  • The Pimpernel and Rosemary; 1924, presumably still under copyright
  • Sir Percy Leads the Band; 1936, presumably still under copyright

Note: perhaps these should be discussed at DP-Canada, where they are PD

P

Palmer

  • Index to the Times (of London)

Pancoast, Seth


Philidor, François Danican

  • Wrote chess books in French before the 1840s; likely difficult to locate copies.
  • Studies of chess; containing, Caïssa, a poem
  • Analysis of the Game of Chess
  • There are other translations availble from Google

Philips, Katherine

  • Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda. London: Herringman, 1667.
    • Her poems are also in a volume "Minor Poets of the Caroline period", which hasn't been run through DP as no-one wants to post-process volume III.

Pizan, Christine de

  • The Book of the City of Ladies (1405)
    • Also the Caxton translation
  • The Treasury of the City of Ladies (1405)
  • Jeanne d'Arc. Edited by Henri Herluison. 1865. (Scan available on Gallica).

Playfair, John

  • Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth
    • Google Books has this in The Works of John Playfair, Esq. Vol 1. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable &co., 1822. Google's scan may need some image-processing to make it usable, and some pages may be missing.
    • IIllustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth. New York: Dover Publications, 1964. Reprint of the 1802 edition with a new introduction.

Pond, Samuel W.

Someone added these as suggested books to PG's "Native America" bookshelf.

  • Two Volunteer Missionaries among the Dakota
  • Pond also wrote "Legends of the Dakotas", which might be interesting. (I haven't been able to obtain a copy to see what it's like).

Porphyry

  • Introduction to Aristole's Categories.
    • Now in progress.
    • The Internet Archive has volume 1 of The Organon, or Logical treatises, of Aristotle. With introduction of Porphyry. Literally translated, with notes, syllogistic examples, analysis, and introduction. by Octavius Freire Owen. Volume 2 is the one with Porphyry's introduction.
    • The Internet Archive
    • www.tertullian.org
    • Google - also, only volume 1.

Pound, Ezra

  • dvdeug suggested "an early collection of poetry from Ezra Pound" from Google Books: Google Books search (lists 5 books as of 12:00, 15 October 2007 (PDT))

Price, G.

  • Ancient and Modern Beards (1895)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")

Q

Quitard, Pierre Marie

  • Dictionnaire étymologique, historique et anecdotique des proverbes et des locutions ... et des locutions proverbiales des autres langues
    • gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/catalog.php?CT=%20N050844
      • more than 700 pages, and very poor scans
    • nola said e might scan a "reprint of the first edition (1842) published at Slatkine Reprints in Geneva in 1968"
    • medium quality PDF at Google Print
  • Other ones found on Google Books:
    • Études historiques, littéraires et morales sur les proverbes français et le langage proverbial ("Historical, literary, and psychological studies of French proverbs and of proverbial language") -- from 1860
    • Proverbes sur les femmes, l'amitié, l'amour et le mariage ("Proverbs on women, friendship, love, and marriage") -- from 1889
    • Anthologie de l'amour[:] extraite des poètes français depuis le XVe siècle jusqu'au XIXe[,]avec des notices biographiques et littéraires ("Anthology of Love: Extracted from French Poets from the 15th Century to the 19th, with Biographical and Literary Notices"), from 1878.

R

Radcliffe, Ann

Raphael, Max

  • Von Monet zu Picasso; grundzüge einer ästhetik und entwicklung der modernen malerei (1913, 1919)
    • One of a few books in the LoC catalog where the catalog mentions Picasso that are old enough
    • The Hathi Trust has scanned this, but their scans aren't downloadable from the UK. I haven't tried downloading from the US. (Max Raphael died in 1952)

Repplier, Agnes

Riis, Jacob A.

  • How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York. C. Scribner's sons, 1890.
    • Google has this in snippet view.

Ripa, Cesare

  • Iconologia
    • Gallica has a scan

Roberts, William

  • Printers' Marks: A Chapter in the History of Typography
    • 1893; available on google; has lots of illustrations
    • Worldcat shows copies at Library of Virginia, Richmond (VA) Public Library, University of Virginia, University of Delaware, and College of William & Mary.
    • copy at TIA
    • "Joe Cooper"'s library has a noncirculating copy (1893)

Robertson, Morgan

  • Futility (1898, not the later revisionist edition)
  • Beyond the Spectrum
  • The Submarine Destroyer.

Rolleston

Ross, Alexander Milton

Title:  Memoirs of a reformer
Author:  Ross, Alexander Milton Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:  Toronto, Ontario: Hunter, Rose & Co. Year:  1893
Source:   Genre:  History, women, slavery
Requested by:  labradorian Date requested:  23 Jan 2005
Claimed by:  


Title:  Recollections and experiences of an abolitionist, from 1855 to 1865
Author:  Ross, Alexander Milton Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:   Illos:  
Edition:  Toronto, Ontario: Roswell and Hutchinson Year:  1875
Source:   Genre:  History, slavery
Requested by:  labradorian Date requested:  23 Jan 2005
Claimed by:  


Rumi

  • Mathnawi
    • The Mathnawi is very long, and in (I think) Farsi: so we don't support the necessary character set, even if we had the proofreaders. But I'd like to have an abridged translation in a European language.
    • Masnavi i Ma'navi: The Spiritual Couplets of Maulána Jalálu-'d-Dín Muhammad Rúmi. Translated by Edward Henry Whinfield. K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ltd.: 1898. Already online at www.sacred-texts.com.
  • There is also: Selected Poems from the Divani Shamsi Tabriz. Translated by Reynold Alleyne Nicholson. 1898.


Rush, Benjamen

Title:  Medical inquiries and observations upon the

diseases of the mind

Author:  Benjamen Rush Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1812
Source:   Genre:  medicine
Requested by:  nebogipfel Date requested:  05 Jan 2003
Claimed by:  

Russell, C.W.

  • The Life of Cardinal Mezzofanti; with an Introductory Memoir of Eminent Linguists, Ancient and Modern
    • Google copy
    • Biography of a Cardinal who spoke 40 languages.

S

Sa'di, Shaikh Muslihu-d

  • The Bustan
    • I'm not sure which translation would be the best one to do. Possibilities include:
    • Arnold, Sir Edwin (translator). With Sa'di in the garden. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1888.Internet Archive
    • Clarke, Captain H. W. (translator). The Bústán by Shaikh Musliḥu-d-dín Sa’dí Shírází, translated for the first time into prose, with explanatory notes and index. London: Allen and Co., 1879. Internet Archive
    • Davie, G. S (translator). The garden of fragrance, translation of Bostán of Sádi from the original Persian into English verse. 1882.Internet Archive
    • Edwards, A. Hart. The Bustan of Sadi. Google
    • Platts, John Thompson (translator). The Bústán of Shaikh Muṣliḥu-d-dín Saʾadí. Google
    • Horne, Charles F. (translator). In The sacred books and early literature of the East; with an historical survey and descriptions (volume 8) Internet Archive
  • The Gulistan
    • www.sacred-texts.com already has translation by Edwin Arnold.
    • Ross, James (translator). The Gulistan, Or Flower-garden, of Shaikh Sadī of Shiraz. London: J. M. Richardson, 1823. Google
    • Burton, Sir Richard F. (translator). The Gulistân; or, Rose garden of Sa’di. Faithfully translated into English. Benares: Kama Shastra Society, 1888.
    • Eastwick, Edward B. (translator). The Gulistan; or Rose-garden of Shekh Muslishu'd-din sadi of Shirza. Internet Archive NB: contains some Arabic script so would be hard to OCR...
    • Cranmer-Byng, Lancelot (translator). Rose garden of Sa'di. 1919.
    • Platts, John. The Gulistan of Shaikh Muslihu'd din Sa'di of Shiraz.
    • Also translated by Charles F. Horne.
    • Gulshan i Raz: The Mystic Rose Garden of Sa'd Ud Din Mahmud Shabistari. Translated by Edward Henry Whinfield. Trübner & co.: 1880. Internet Archive Is this a different translation of the same text?
  • Sadi's Moral book. Being Persian text and English translation of Shaikh Sadi's Pand-namah (Internet Archive) has a bibliography of translations of the Bustan and Gulistan
  • There are excepts from Sa'di in: Robinson, Samuel (translator). Persian poetry for English readers. 1883. Google

Saki

  • New version of The Chronicles of Clovis (PG has a version with lots of errors as: etext:3688)

Sacks, Oliver

  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat and Other Clinical Tales
Surely this is still under copyright?
Will be available 70 years after whenever Sacks dies

Sade, Marquis de

  • Histoire de Juliette ou les prosperites du vice

Salmon, André

  • Peindre, par André Salmon; avec un portrait inédit de l’auteur par Pablo Picasso. (1921)
    • One of a few books in the LoC catalog where the catalog mentions Picasso that are old enough
    • The Hathi Trust has scanned this, but the scans aren't downloadable from the UK

Say, Thomas

Wikipedia entry

  • any of his works, presumably.

Sayers, Dorothy L. (d. 1957)

  • This is a favorite author at DP-Canada.

Shafer, Daniel R.

  • Secrets of Life Unveiled
    • Published 1877
    • Per Worldcat, only 2 libraries listed:
      • YALE UNIV LIBR: Location: MUDD, Stacks / Call No.: Nkk12 877s / Status: Not Checked Out
      • NEW YORK PUB LIBR RES LIBR: Location: Humanities- General Research- Rm315 / Call no.: YOK / Status: AVAILABLE

Shelley, Mary

  • Frankenstein (existing PG version is either 1819 or 1838 edition, or combination of both -- want separate original verisons)
  • The Mortal Immortal

Sidney, Margaret

  • all the Five Little Peppers books
    • PG has many, but not all of them
    • list at wikipedia
    • Specifically, we are missing (see Requested Books - Claimed)
      • Five Little Peppers: Phronsie Pepper (1897)
      • Five Little Peppers in the Brown House (1907)
      • Five Little Peppers: Our Davie Pepper (1916)
    • We are lacking HTML versions for some of the others at PG; De2164 says he is working on them.

Smith, Hannah W.

  • The Christians Secret of a Happy Smith
  • The God of All Comfort

Smith, Harry and Smith, G.C. Moore

  • The Autobiography of Lieutenant-General Sir Harry Smith

Smith, J. Russell

  • Tree Crops. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & Co.--1929 (Copyright not renewed)

Staunton, Howard

  • He wrote books on chess in the 1840s -- probably difficult to find copies...

Stedman, John Gabriël

Steiner, Rudolf

Steinitz

  • Wrote chess books in German; may be difficult to locate copies.


Studd, C. T.

  • Christ's Etceteras 17549593 WEC Publications, 1915, 1988.
  • Dawn in the Devils Den
  • A Journey of Miracles

Swieten, Gerhard van

  • Vampyrismus. Augsburg, 1768.
    • German translation now in progress.
    • (Italian translation) Considerazioni intorno all pretesa Magia Posthuma per servire all storia de' vampiri. Napoli: Giuseppe Maria Porcelli, 1787.
    • Harvard University has a 1756 Italian edition. The Italian edition is 30 pages long, so it's quite short.
    • Harvard also has a German translation: Vampyrismus, aus dem französischen ins deutsche übersetzet. Augsburg: 1768. It's part of: Mayer, Andreas Ulrich. Abhandlung des Daseyns der Gespenster, nebst einem Anhange vom Vampyrismus. Augsburg: 1768.
    • The British Library also has a copy of the book by Mayer.

T

Tennyson

Thibaudeau, Francis

  • La lettre d'imprimerie, origine, développement, classification, & 12 notices illustrées sur les arts du livre
    • a classification of type written in 1921, called la classification Thibaudeau. Title above may not be correct; based on Worldcat research.
    • greentea has access to this.

Thoreau, Henry David

Title:  A Yankee in Canada: with anti-slavery and reform papers
Author:  Thoreau Illustrator:   Remarks:  possibly BHM project
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1866
Source:   Genre:  History-Slavery
Requested by:  Labaradorian Date requested:  23 Jan 2005
Claimed by:  


Tolstoy, Leo

  • The Death of Ivan Ilyich and other stories

Tottel

Tower, Washington L.

  • Interior World, A Romance Illustrating a New Hypothesis of Terrestrial Organization &c [via Standish, Hollow Earth]

Trithemius, Johannes

  • Steganographia: Hoc est ars per ocultam scripturam animi svi voluntatem absentibus. Darmstadt: 1621.
    • Google - 1635 edition
    • The Bibliotheque Nationale has several editions of this, but they haven't scanned any of them.
    • This would be a hard project: Mixed Latin and German text; latin shorthand abbreviations; some Fraktur script; cryptograms
  • Clavis generalis triplex in Libros steganographicos. Darmstadt: 1608. Gallica

Trollope, Anthony

Books available to Merrylon which don't seem to be in PG yet

  • The American Senator (needs a HTML version)
  • The Bertrams - Copyright cleared 24 Feb 2004 (avail @ TIA)
  • How "The Mastiffs" went to Ireland
  • Is He Popenjoy? - Copyright cleared 4 Jul 2002 (avail @ TIA)
  • The Macdermots of Ballycloran - Copyright cleared 26 May 2002 (avail @ TIA)
  • Marion Fay - Suggested book to transcribe (avail @ TIA)
  • Miss Mackenzie - Suggested book to transcribe (avail @ TIA)
  • New Zealand
  • The Noble Jilt
  • Orley Farm - Copyright cleared 6 Jun 2004 (avail @ TIA)
  • Rachel Ray - Copyright cleared 16 Nov 2002 (avail @ TIA)
  • Ralph the Heir - Suggested book to transcribe (avail @ TIA) (With 17 illus. by F.A. Fraser )
  • Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblewaite - Suggested book to transcribe (avail @ TIA)
  • South Africa
  • The Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson - Suggested book to transcribe (avail @ TIA)
  • Tales of All Countries - In progress 18 Jun 2001
  • The Vicar of Bullhampton - Suggested book to transcribe (avail @ TIA)
  • Travelling Sketches (avail @ TIA)

Books at TIA that don't seem to be in PG Kept in the dark : a novel Lotta Schmidt and other stories La Vendée, an historical romance The fixed period Mary Gresley, and an editor's tales Christmas at Thompson Hall Why Frau Frohmann raised her prices, and other stories Ayala's angel Lady Anna The land-leaguers

Tsiolkovsky, Konstantin Eduardovich

  • any of his works, presumably.

Trotter, I. Lilias

  • When Moslems Listen to the Gospel
  • Gelijkenissen van het kruis (NL)

And anything else PD from her.

Tucker, St. George

  • Blackwell's Commentaries on English Law, annotated by Tucker
    • 5 vol., 1803

U

Unger, Frederic William

U.S. Department of Agriculture

  • Nut Culture in the United States -- 1896

U.S. Navy

V

Vanbrugh, Sir John

van Hichtum, Nienke

  • Afke's Tiental (1903) Dutch

van Vechten, Carl

  • The Tiger in the House
    • a classic appreciation of domestic cats, from 1920
    • Tanaquil says his local library has a copy of the 1920 edition 1936 edition, as it turns out
    • There is a 1936 edition with a new introduction by the author, and maybe revisions, which probably makes it unclearable
    • Snippet view of the 1921 edition at Google Books (they also have "2 limited preview, 1 snippet view and 4 no preview available" editions)
    • grendeldrago may have library access to a 1920 copy (Jun 2007)
    • 1936 edition may not have been renewed -- Rule 6?
    • copy at bartleby

Vickers, Roy (William Edward)

  • The Mystery of the Scented Death, 1921
    • First (and only pre-23) novel of minor mystery author

Vasari, Giorgio

  • Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors and Architects. ( Vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori et architettori )
    • First published in 1500s
    • There are several different editions of this work, some of them abridged.
      • Title Le vite de’ più eccellenti pittori, scultori ed architetti. Ridotte e annotate a cura di Giulio Urbini. Sette illustrazione.
      • Author Vasari, Giorgio, 1511-1574.
      • Published Torino G. B. Paravia & c. [1898]
      • Description xxiv, 278 p. front., plates (incl. ports.) 20 cm.
        • garweyne says: It does in the title, "Ridotte" means "condensed". The italian meta-opac lists 275 editions of the "Vite", your one is listed as a school edition; indeed, Paravia is a publisher specialized in books for schools, and Urbini has published other school books on the history of figurative arts.
    • and
      • Title Le vite de ̕più eccellenti pittori, scultori ed architetti scritte da Giorgio Vasari. Con nuove annotazioni e supplementi per cura di F. Ranalli.
      • Author Vasari, Giorgio, 1511-1574.
      • Published Firenza, Per V. batelli e compagni, 1845-48.
      • Description 2 v. in 4. 23 cm.
    • and (in English)
      • Lives of seventy of the most eminent painters, sculptors and architects, by Giorgio Vasari; ed. and annotated in the light of recent discoveries by E. H. and E. W. Blashfield and A. A. Hopkins; with reproductions in photogravure of forty-eight masterpieces of Italian painting and sculpture.
      • Author Vasari, Giorgio, 1511-1574.
      • Published New York, C. Scribner’s sons, 1896.
      • Description 4 v. 48 pl. 26 cm.
    • Etexts at Progetto Manuzio: [10] (1550 & 1568 editions)
    • http://gallica.bnf.fr has a 1647 edition; similar to the Manuzio ones.
    • bibliotecaitaliana.it (1550 edition)
    • http://tinyurl.com/3a8ptt -- google books URL (broken as of 15:16, 1 November 2007 (PDT))


Veblen, Thorstein

Title:  Engineers and the Price System
Author:  Thorstein Veblen Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  Numerous titles available from TIA Genre:  
Requested by:  Ugmo Date requested:  24 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Higher Learning in America
Author:  Thorstein Veblen Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  Numerous titles available from TIA Genre:  
Requested by:  Ugmo Date requested:  24 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  The Instinct of Workmanship and the State of the Industrial Arts
Author:  Thorstein Veblen Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  Numerous titles available from TIA Genre:  
Requested by:  Ugmo Date requested:  24 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Title:  Theory of Business Enterprise
Author:  Thorstein Veblen Illustrator:   Remarks:  
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  
Source:  Numerous titles available from TIA Genre:  
Requested by:  Ugmo Date requested:  24 Apr 2003
Claimed by:  


Verne, Jules

  • Le Comte de Chanteleine (FR)
    • Published in Musee des familles, Oct-Nov 1864, according to a citation in "The Mighty Orinoco"
  • Foundling Mick (also published as: A Lad of Grit) (EN)
  • Clovis Dardentor (EN)
    • The Internet Archive
    • The Bibliotheque Nationale has this in French (several editions), but it hasn't been scanned for Gallica.
  • William J. Hypperbone (also published as: The Will of an Eccentric) (EN)
  • Mathias Sandorf (EN)
  • A Two Years' Vacation (EN)
  • Also other Jules Verne in French, English and other languages, that aren't already on Gutenberg.
  • The Hathi Trust has : Charles F. Horne (editor), Works of Jules Verne (15 volumes) - this might contain some stories that aren't already online at PG

Vesalius

W

Wallace, Edgar

  • The Ringer
  • any other older Edgar Wallace mysteries that aren't on PG
    • some of them are on Internet Archive
      • being worked on by beautysmom

Webster, Nesta Helen

Wells, H.G.

Whately, Richard

White, William

  • England's True Wealth or Foecal Matters in their application to Agriculture (1849)
    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")

Wilberforce, William

  • Google - An Appeal to the Religion, Justice, and Humanity of the Inhabitants of the British Empire
  • Cornell - An Appeal to the Religion, Justice, and Humanity of the Inhabitants of the British Empire

Williams, Roger

Witsen, Nicolaes

  • Noord en Oost Tartaryen (1698/1705)

Witton, George

  • Scapegoats of the Empire

Wodehouse, P. G.

  • Leave it to Psmith
    • This was published in (late) 1923 and so will not be copyright clearable for PG under the current rules (as of 2006).

Woolrich, Cornell

  • "He's American, very important but not a household word, large amount of pulp publications that might have been hard to keep track of to renew...."

X

Y

Yonge, Charlotte M.

  • Not everything she wrote was for children, but quite a bit of it was. PG doesn't have quite a lot of her titles.


Yule, Colonel Henry

Z

Zwemer, Samuel

  • Taking Hold of God: Studies in Prayer
  • The Glory of the Cross
  • The Glory of the Manger
  • The Glory of the Empty Tomb
  • The Solitary Throne

Claimed

D'Ordel

  • An Universal DIRECTORY of the MECHANICAL ART of MANUFACTURING Illustrated Magazines (1904)

Bruce, J.

  • Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile[i]
    • ldavies is currently scanning v. 2 of 6 of the 2nd, unauthorized, pirate, 6 volume set printed in Dublin in 1791, and has downloaded all 8 volumes of the 1813 third edition, as of 13:12, 15 October 2007 (PDT)

Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham

Title:  A dictionary of miracles : imitative, realistic, and dogmatic
Author:  Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham Illustrator:   Remarks:  Neil Gaiman says he and Terry Pratchett referenced this while writing Good Omens.
Language:  English Illos:  
Edition:   Year:  1884
Source:  Scans at The Internet Archive Genre:  Religious and Philosophy: Religious, Mythology, Philosophy, Spirituality
Requested by:  nelba Date requested:  11 March 2019
Claimed by:  susanskinner


Cleared/In-Progress

Barham, Richard

  • The Ingoldsby Legends -

    (Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg)

Bowen, Marjorie

  • Kings-at-Arms (1919) US edition Dutton & Co. A novel of Tsar Peter the Great.

    (Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg)

  • Prince and Heretic

    (Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg)

  • The Governor of England

    (Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg)

Brehm, Alfred Edmund

Chaucer

Dictionary of National Biography

(waiting for F1 instructions as of Jan 2008)

Dibdin, Thomas Frognall

Henty, G.A.

Hrotsvitha

Hudson, William Henry

  • Idle Hours in a Library (1897) -

    Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

    • (as listed in Russell Ash & Brian Lake's "Bizarre Books")

Hunter, George William

    • 1914 edition published by American Book Company
    • The high school textbook used by Scopes, for which he was charged for violating the Tennessee state law against teaching evolution.
    • Available at Google Books; good quality.
    • Available from Internet Archive: Prelinger Library and UC Library


Linné, Carl von [aka Linnaeus]

  • Select dissertations from the Amoenitates academicae. (1781) Trans. F.J. Brand
    • This is a very important work in the history of biology and ecology, cited frequently but hard to find. There is an English edition from 1781 "sold by G. Robinson and J. Robson, London" which is the basis of a 1977 reprint by Arno Press, New York (ISBN: 0405104073; National Library: 7809290 LCCN: 77-74238 OCLC: 3071618)
    • Google Books
    • Cleared 2007 by eliotic; harvested from Google Books; not yet in the system



Maturin, Charles

Multatuli

Smollett, Tobias

  • Translation of Cervantes' Don Quixote
    • I have found a copy for sale online, and ordered it. When it arrives I plan to submit a clearence request to PG. DESiegel60 16:47, 1 December 2006 (PST)
    • I have submitted a clearence request for this. DESiegel60 10:02, 3 December 2006 (PST)
    • Clearence obtained, scanning in progress. DESiegel60 10:07, 4 December 2006 (PST)

Vanbrugh, Sir John

Wilberforce, William


Wordsworth, William

  • Intimations of Immortality. (1896 edition - DP has done 3 of 8 volumes)
  • The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth (1896)
    • Vol 5, currently

      Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

    • Vol 8, currently

      Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

Wipers Times, The

U.S. military periodical DP project entry -- PM/PP decided to finish it off-site, no further news since Aug 2006.

Posted

Addison, Charles G.

Alighieri, Dante

Bell, Clive

Bentham, Jeremy

Bonsels, Waldemar

Bowen, Marjorie

Bronte, Charlotte

Burton, John Hill

Busch, Wilhelm

Cable, Mildred

Capablanca, José Raúl

Carroll, Lewis

Chateaubriand, François-René de

Chopin, Kate

Chorier, Nicholas

Christie, Agatha

Cibber, Colley

Cooper, Jacob Calvin

Crawford, F. Marion

Defoe, Daniel

Dibdin, Thomas Frognall

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor

Drachmann, A.B.

Elton, Charles Isaac

Farrar, Frederic William

Fletcher, William Younger

Fielding, Henry

Fisher, Irving; Fisk, Eugene Lyman

Freytag, Gustav

(the edition requested was posted November 2006 -- the German hasn't been done yet, though)

Garnett, Richard

Gautier, Theophile

Gilmore, James

Gosse, Philip Henry

Gruelle, Johnny

Hazlitt, William Carew

Henty, G. A.

Heyer, Georgette

Hoffmann, E.T.A.

Holmes, Mary J.

Huber, François

Irving, Washington

Jekyll, Gertrude

Jenner, Edward

Kafka, Franz

Langland, William

Langstroth, Lorenzo Lorraine

Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent

Marcet, Jane

Mencken, Henry Louis

Merryweather, Frederick Somner

Mill, John Stuart

Milne, Alan Alexander

Nesbit, Edith

Norton, Andre

Notovitch, Nicolas

Owen, Luella Agnes

Pisan, Christine de

Sanchez, Nellie Van de Grift

Sidney, Margaret

Sterne, Laurence

Stephens, James

Swieten, Gerard van

Vasari, Giorgio

Voltaire

Wallace, Edgar

Webster, Jean

Withering, William

Wordsworth, William

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