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Bidwell's Travels 4 - The Countess

The Countess Bidwell travels by boat to Europe and then by train to Europe, carrying the stolen bonds. He meets a detective on the train, who is following a woman who married an elderly man for his money. The husband caught his wife with a new lover
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Posted by on August 30, 2022

Bidwell's Travels Part 2

Here is a second extract from Bidwell's travels, telling how he started out on Wall Street. "'TWAS EVER THUS." OF COURSE IT WAS. The situation my father had obtained for me was with a sugar broker bythe name of Waterbury. He was a partner in a large refi
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Posted by on August 16, 2022

Bidwell's Travels The Stolen Bonds

Bidwell is on the Primrose Path I have skipped a fair bit of the story now and have summarised this below. Bidwell has now lost all his money from his first venture into commerce. He owes a lot of money and his creditors are pressing for payment. H
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Posted by on August 19, 2022

Bidwells Travels

George Bidwell's Adventures. Book published 1897 Here is an extract from Bidwell's Travels, Fifteen Years in Solitude I recently found this book, which is in the Public Domain and thought it started out very humorously. He ends up in prison, apparently f
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Posted by on August 15, 2022

THE FIRST TREE PLANTED BY AN ORNAMENTAL TREE SOCIETY.

I have been reading through old books again, but a change from Bidwell's Travels and troubles this time (see Bidwell part 1, Bidwell Part 2 and Bidwell part 3) to a poem, that comes from Bertha's Christmas Vision: An Autumn Sheaf, by Horatio Al
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Posted by on August 27, 2022

Bidwell's Travels 4 - The Countess

The Countess Bidwell travels by boat to Europe and then by train to Europe, carrying the stolen bonds. He meets a detective on the train, who is following a woman who married an elderly man for his money. The husband caught his wife with a new lover
Click here to read more

Posted by on August 30, 2022

THE FIRST TREE PLANTED BY AN ORNAMENTAL TREE SOCIETY.

I have been reading through old books again, but a change from Bidwell's Travels and troubles this time (see Bidwell part 1, Bidwell Part 2 and Bidwell part 3) to a poem, that comes from Bertha's Christmas Vision: An Autumn Sheaf, by Horatio Al
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Posted by on August 27, 2022

Bidwell's Travels The Stolen Bonds

Bidwell is on the Primrose Path I have skipped a fair bit of the story now and have summarised this below. Bidwell has now lost all his money from his first venture into commerce. He owes a lot of money and his creditors are pressing for payment. H
Click here to read more

Posted by on August 19, 2022

Bidwell's Travels Part 2

Here is a second extract from Bidwell's travels, telling how he started out on Wall Street. "'TWAS EVER THUS." OF COURSE IT WAS. The situation my father had obtained for me was with a sugar broker bythe name of Waterbury. He was a partner in a large refi
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Posted by on August 16, 2022

Bidwells Travels

George Bidwell's Adventures. Book published 1897 Here is an extract from Bidwell's Travels, Fifteen Years in Solitude I recently found this book, which is in the Public Domain and thought it started out very humorously. He ends up in prison, apparently f
Click here to read more

Posted by on August 15, 2022

Books And Stories To Read - Review

Stories in Lockdown I have been reading a LOT of stories on Hubpages recently. I enjoy reading the chapter by chapter ones, it only takes a short time to read through a chapter and then I can go back to work, waiting for another chapter to appear - that m
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Posted by on May 9, 2020

Collaborating with the librarians and other stakeholders

I am now applying as a city librarian in my area and looking forward with to be hired. As of now, I consider myself unemployed because I already resigned in my work as a customer service representative. When I will get hired with my original profession,
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Posted by on November 15, 2019

I am a Librarian by Profession

Yes, you read my title right. I am a Librarian by profession. Technically, I started my career as an Assistant Librarian after my College graduation last March 1998. I tried myself to take a Librarian Licensure Examination few months afte
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Posted by on October 30, 2019

Getting Published On Amazon

Great Fun I always wanted to be an author, right from the time I was 8 years old and first heard the word "plagiarism". There were no personal computers or games consoles in those days. Families were larger and there was very little traffic and children r
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Posted by on June 22, 2019

What is the 2nd Most Translated Book in the World?

It should certainly come as no surprise that, far and away, the Bible is the most translated book in the world! How could any book, purporting to be from God, fail to be the most translated and the most thoroughly distributed book? But if there is a first
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Posted by on November 23, 2018