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"The Universe a Vast Electric Organism", by George Woodward Warder. Geroge Woodward Warder was a poet, philosopher and author from Missouri, USA (1848-1907).
"Cyprus as I Saw it in 1879" from Samuel Baker. British explorer, officer, naturalist, big game hunter, engineer, writer and abolitionist (1821-1893).
"The White Devil", by John Webster. John Webster was an English Jacobean dramatist (1580-1634).
"The Crime Against Europe" from Roger Casement. Irish nationalist, activist, patriot and poet (1864-1916).
"A Russian Gentleman" from Sergei Timofeevich Aksakov. A 19th-century Russian literary figure remembered for his semi-autobiographical tales of family life (1791-1859).
"Dio's Rome - An Historical Narrative - Volume V" from Cassius Dio. Roman consul and noted historian who wrote in Greek (155-235A.D.).
"Wit and Wisdom of Lord Tredegar" from Godfrey Morgan. 1st Viscount Tredegar, officer and British politician (1831-1913).
"Eureka - A Prose Poem" from Edgar Allan Poe. American author, poet, editor, and literary critic (1809-1849).
"Dawn of All" from Benson Robert Hugh. English Anglican priest who joined the Roman Catholic Church (1871?1914).
"Sun-Up and Other Poems" from Lola Ridge. Anarchist poet, influential editor of avant-garde and feminist (1873-1941).
"Vailima Letters" from Robert Louis Stevenson. Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer (1850-1894).
"Physics and Politics" from Walter Bagehot. British journalist, businessman, and essayist (1826 ? 1877).
"The Ego and Its Own" from Max Stirner. Anarchism,German philosopher (1806-1856).
"Christianity as Old as the Creation" from Matthew Tindal. Deist authors (1657-1733).
"The Cruise of the Land Yacht Wanderer" from William Gordon Stables. Scottish-born medical doctor in the Royal Navy and a prolific author of adventure fiction (1840-1910).
"The Doré Lectures" from Thomas Troward. English author whose works influenced the New Thought Movement and mystic Christianity (1847-1916).
"Elementary Principles in Statistical Mechanics" from Josiah Willard Gibbs. American theoretical physicist, chemist, and mathematician (1839-1903).