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John Cam Hobhouse : a political life, 1819-1852
(University of Missouri Press, 1973)
Zegger chronicles the political life of the 19th century British radical politician.
Measurement of reading in five weekly newspapers
(University of Missouri, 1940)
Commerce des lumières : John Oswald and the British in Paris, 1790-1793
(University of Missouri Press, 1986)
"My subject is the involvement of British intellectuals in revolutionary thought and action between the end of the American Revolution and the fourth year of the French Revolution. John Oswald, briefly famous as a herald ...
Old Southwest humor from the St. Louis reveille, 1844-1850
(University of Missouri Press, 1990)
This book collects selected humorous essays from the Daily Reveille, a St. Louis daily journal, from the years 1844-1850.
Thomas Stothard : the mechanisms of art patronage in England circa 1800
(University of Missouri Press, 1988)
Thomas Stothard (1755-1834) was probably the most prolific illustrator of his times, executing designs for everything from landscape, sculpture, and history painting to ceramics, silverwork, and book illustration. The ...
Protestant versus Catholic in Mid-Victorian England : Mr. Newdegate and the nuns
(University of Missouri Press, 1982)
This book explores the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in the period from 1850 to 1874, focusing on Parliament Member Charles Newdigate Newdegate and his crusade against male and female Catholic religious orders.
Charles James Fox: a man for the people
(University of Missouri Press, 1969)
The book grows out of a professional interest in Fox's talents as a parliamentary speaker. The scope, therefore, is that of a biography, with Fox's attainments as a speaker coming to the foreground at frequent intervals. ...
Missouri alumnus, volume 044, number 06 (1956 February)
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 1956)
Critism of the methods of Christian missions in China from a sociological point of view
(University of Missouri, 1916)
Text from page 1: "Christian Missions have been a powerful agency toward the social transformation of mission lands . While it has been as a rule the avowed purpose of missionaries to work for individuals, they have from ...