House of Cassell and its founder.



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Early life and education. Browne was born Margaret Hamer in in Leeds, Yorkshire, the daughter of John Hamer (–), a Yorkshireman from Halifax who owned a bookselling business in Leeds, and Sarah Sharp Hamer, née Heaton, a writer of children's Heaton, Hamer's maternal grandfather, was also a bookseller in Leeds. John Hamer joined the staff of Cassell's, the publishers. Check out our cassell's book selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. Cassell's Illustrated History Of The Boer War Book - Hardcover Book About The Boer War With Illustrations WoodWell. From shop WoodWell. 5 out of 5 stars (1,) 1, reviews. Vintage Books - Cassell's National Library: Knickerbocker's History of New York Volumes One and Two 5and10vintage. From shop 5and10vintage. 5 out of 5 stars (3,) 3, reviews $ Favorite Add to The Butch Lesbians of the 20s, 30s, and 40s Coloring Book - Signed whippersnapped. From shop whippersnapped. This thorough revision of Cassell's long-renowned German Dictionary incorporates recent developments in English and German to bring it completely up to date, and supplies more idiomatic phrases and illustrative examples than ever new edition Is over pages longer than the previous edition Gives phonetic translations of German keywords and has a key/5(6).

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Cassell & Co is a British book publishing house, founded in by John Cassell (–), which became in the s an international publishing group company. InCassell & Co acquired Pinter Publishers.

In DecemberCassell & Co was bought by the Orion Publishing JanuaryCassell imprints, including the Cassell Reference and Cassell Military were joined with the Founder: John Cassell.

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"Cassell's Library" was being published, and on April 3,the first weekly number of the "Popular Educator" had appeared. "Cassell's Library" was the earliest venture of a cheap edition of paper-covered books.

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The History of Cassell Publishing. John Cassell () began working as a carpenter and then in the coffee business. He held a deep interest in the "temperance movement." He first published a weekly newspaper on July 1, called The Standard of Freedom promoting religious, political, and commercial freedom.

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Condition: GOOD. A highly detailed catalogue of North American birds. Profusely illustrated throughout. John Cassell was an English publisher, printer, writer and editor, who founded the firm Cassell & Co, famous for its educational books and periodicals, which pioneered the serial publication of novels.

The Story of the House of Cassell/Part 1, Chapter 6 with a view to its publication in England. Cassell, with his anti-slavery opinions, was a sympathetic and interested reader, but he could not make up his mind how the classic of the anti-slavery campaign would strike the general reader in England.

the founder of the Cooper Institution. House Cassel is a minor house of the north in the service of the Starks of Winterfell. According to a semi-canon source, they blazon their arms with ten white wolf heads on grey with a black border.[1].

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Reviewed in the United States on Janu I've had a lot of spring maintenance at my house, but still I Reviews:   Cassell's history of England by,Cassell edition, - King's ed. From the Roman invasion to the Wars of the Roses. From the Wars of the Roses to the Great Rebellion. Victorian London - Publications - Etiquette and Household Advice Manuals - Cassells Household Guide, cs [no date] [this page is under construction and will be for some time; if you want the full text of a grey section (ie.

not yet scanned), email me and I will prioritise it when I next tackle this book, ed.]. Cassell & Company: Popular history of animals for young people (London, Paris, Melbourne: Cassell and Company, ), also by Henry Scherren (page images at Florida) Cassell & Company: Selections from Cassell & Company (Gutenberg ebook) Cassell & Company: The story of the House of Cassell.

(London, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Cassell's History of the United States - Volume III by Edmund Ollier and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Victor Gollancz Ltd (/ ɡ ə ˈ l æ n t s /) was a major British book publishing house of the twentieth century and continues to publish science fiction and fantasy titles as an imprint of Orion Publishing was founded in by Victor Gollancz and specialised in the publication of high quality literature, nonfiction and popular fiction, including crime, detective, mystery, thriller.

House Cassel is a lesser house of the North. They serve House Stark of Winterfell. 1 Known members 2 Family tree 3 In the books Members 4 See also Ser {Rodrik Cassel}, master-at-arms of Winterfell. Executed by Theon Greyjoy after the Fall of Winterfell.

{Jory Cassel}, nephew of Rodrik, Captain of the Guards for Eddard Stark. Killed in the streets of King's Landing by Ser Jaime Lannister. The Cassell family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cassell families were found in the USA in In there were 20 Cassell families living in Ohio.

This was about 24% of all the recorded Cassell's in the USA. Ohio had the highest population of Cassell families in The Natural History of Selborne.

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