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The Boy's Own Paper [1st]  Introduction
Volume 5  (October 1882 to September 1883)

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [i].

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The Boy's Own Annual

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Genre:

Illustration

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Illustrators:

T Sulman Sulman, T (fl. 1855–1900) Engen 1985
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Engen, Rodney K. 1985. Dictionary of Victorian Wood Engravers, Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey
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Subjects:

Microscopy, Electricity, Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Instruments, Transport, Gender


    Contains two vignettes: one shows a table on which rest a microscope, an electrostatic generator, a Leyden jar, and an electrochemical cell; another shows a young man pushing a velocipede, whilst walking next to a horse being ridden by a woman.



Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [v].

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Contents

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Illustration

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Subjects:

Instruments, Light, Pneumatics


    Contains a vignette showing a surface on which rest a magnifying glass and a pneumatic jar.



Issue 195 (7 October 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 4.

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Our Note Book

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Notes



[1] New Decorative Process

Subjects:

Chemistry, Aesthetics

Publications cited:

Century Magazine Century (1871–77) Scribner's Monthly (1877–81) Century Magazine (1881–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 4–6.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean  [1/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne, Author of "The Giant Raft", "The Cryptogram", etc. Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Physical Geography, Botany, Natural History, Geology, Climatology, Commerce

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 9–10.

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The Troubles of Dominie  [1/2]

Ascott R Hope, Author of "Playing Truant", "All By Himself", etc. Hope, Ascott Robert (later Robert Hope Moncrieff) (1846–1927) WBI RLIN
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Genre:

Short Fiction, Serial

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Natural History, Collecting, Ornithology, Animal Development, Sanitation, Political Economy, Libraries, Travel, Zoology, Exploration


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 10–11.

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Snakes, and How to Tame Them  [1/2]Arthur Stradling, 'Snakes, and How to Tame Them. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 25–26

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Dr Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [13]–14.

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Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys  [1/4]John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 22–23
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 54–55

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J Harrington Keene, Author of "Fish, and How to Catch Them", etc. Keene, John Harrington (fl. 1880) WBI
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Genre:

Instructions, Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Illustrators:

Warne Browne Browne, Warne (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/5
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Subjects:

Natural History, Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Breeding, Education, Animal Development

People mentioned:

Francis T Buckland Buckland, Francis Trevelyan (1826–80) ODNB
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Institutions mentioned:

Museum of Fish Culture, South Kensington Museum of Fish Culture, South Kensington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 15.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Zoology, Ornithology, Breeding, Animal Husbandry, Animal Development, Sanitation, Disease, Health, Horticulture


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [16].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Education, Periodicals | Horticulture, Disease | Light, Electricity, Instruments, Discovery | Botany, Taxonomy, Nomenclature | Zoology, Breeding | Medical Practitioners, Education, Hospitals | Collecting, Pharmaceuticals | Chemistry, Domestic Economy | Light, Instruments

People mentioned:

Thomas A Edison Edison, Thomas Alva (1847–1931) DSB
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Publications cited:

Directory [of the Department of Science and Art] Directory [of the Department of Science and Art](1861–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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See also:

John G Wood, 'Rabbit-Keeping', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), 83–85


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Issue 196 (14 October 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 22–23.

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Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part II  [2/4]John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [13]–14
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 54–55

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J Harrington Keene, Author of "Fish, and How to Catch Them", etc. Keene, John Harrington (fl. 1880) WBI
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Genre:

Instructions, Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Illustrators:

Warne Browne Browne, Warne (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/5
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Subjects:

Zoology, Breeding, Animal Development


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 25–26.

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Snakes, and How to Tame Them. Part II  [2/2]Arthur Stradling, 'Snakes, and How to Tame Them', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 10–11

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Dr Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Hunting, Health, Nutrition, Animal Development, Anatomy


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 27–30.

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How Piet the Bugler was Cured>

Mrs Carey-Hobson Carey-Hobson, Mrs (fl. 1879) BP1/1/27/1
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Genre:

Short Fiction

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

A P Pearse, Alfred (1856–1933) WBI
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Subjects:

Hunting, Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 32.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Pharmaceuticals, Chemistry | Chemistry, Textbooks | Zoology, Collecting, Display | Entomology, Collecting | Botany, Collecting, Display | Disease, Medical Treatment | Animal Behaviour, Nutrition, Health | Ornithology, Animal Development | Animal Development, Health | Health, Superstition | Education, Mathematics, Pharmaceuticals, Societies

Institutions mentioned:

Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
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Publications cited:

Roscoe 1872 Roscoe, Henry Enfield 1872. Chemistry, Science Primers Series No. 2, London: Macmillan & Co.
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See also:

Theodore Wood, 'Outdoor Pastimes. Entomology in October', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 11


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Issue 197 (21 October 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 39–40.

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Honey-Nesting in South Africa

Mrs Carey-Hobson Carey-Hobson, Mrs (fl. 1879) BP1/1/27/1
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Genre:

Short Fiction

Subjects:

Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Nutrition


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [41]–42.

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How to Make a Violin  [1/2]

Horace Petherick Petherick, Horace (1839–1919) RLIN
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Genre:

Essay, Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Music, Instruments, Sound


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 42.

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Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part III  [3/4]John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [13]–14
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 22–23
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 54–55

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J Harrington Keene, Author of "Fish, and How to Catch Them", etc. Keene, John Harrington (fl. 1880) WBI
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Genre:

Instructions, Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Breeding, Animal Development


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 42–44.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment  [3/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne, Author of "The Giant Raft", "The Cryptogram", etc. Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Exploration, Heroism

People mentioned:

Marco Polo, Polo, Marco (1254–1324) CBD
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Christopher Columbus, Columbus, Christopher (1451–1506) CBD
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James Cook, Cook, James (1728–79) DSB
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Jules-Sébastien-César D D'Urville D'Urville, Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont (1790–1842) WBI
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Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 45–46.

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Out-of-the-Way-Pets  [1/3]Arthur Stradling, 'Out-of-the-Way-Pets', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 61–62
John Scoffern, 'Out-of-the-Way Pets: Tree-Frogs', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 603–04

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Dr Arthur Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Zoology, Anatomy

People mentioned:

Clarence Bartlett Bartlett, Clarence, (of the Zoological Gardens) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/197/5
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Institutions mentioned:

Zoological Society—Gardens Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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See also:

Anon, 'The British Reptiles', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), facing 767


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 48.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Metallurgy, Heat, Instruments | Ornithology, Comparative Philology | Publishing, Technology | Ornithology, Domestic Economy | Palaeontology, Zoology, Geology | Botany, Taxonomy, Statistics | Animal Development, Time | Ornithology, Animal Development | Animal Development, Health | Health, Superstition | Education, Mathematics, Pharmaceuticals, Societies


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Issue 198 (28 October 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 54–55.

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Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part IV  [4/4]John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [13]–14
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 22–23
John H Keene, 'Trout and Salmon Breeding for Boys. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42

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J Harrington Keene, Author of "Fish, and How to Catch Them", etc. Keene, John Harrington (fl. 1880) WBI
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Genre:

Instructions, Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Breeding, Animal Development, Wonder, Design, Nutrition

People mentioned:

Francis T Buckland, Buckland, Francis Trevelyan (1826–80) ODNB
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Mr Edon Edon, Mr (curator at South Kensington Museum) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/198/1
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Publications cited:

Francis 1863 Francis, Francis 1863. Fish-Culture: A Practical Guide to the Modern System of Breeding and Rearing Fish, London: Routledge [and 2 others]
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 59.

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Our Note Book

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Genre:

Regular Feature—Notes; Extract



[1] Livingstone Livingstone, David (1813–73) ODNB
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and the Bible

Subjects:

Exploration, Religion, Reading


[2] A Cat Attacked by Two Blackbirds

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour



Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 61–62.

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Out-of-the-Way-Pets  [2/3]Arthur Stradling, 'Out-of-the-Way-Pets', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 45–46
John Scoffern, 'Out-of-the-Way Pets: Tree-Frogs', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 603–04

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Dr Arthur Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Zoology, Specimen Trading, Nutrition, Health


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 63–64.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Military Technology | Ornithology, Breeding | Ornithology, Health, Nutrition | Zoology, Display | Disease, Medical Treatment | Chemistry, Domestic Economy | Meteorology, Instruments, Chemistry | Heat, Light, Amusement | Animal Development, Health | Time, Astronomy, Measurement | Ornithology, Animal Behaviour | Magnetism, Instruments, Mapping | Military Technology, Animal Behaviour, Horticulture

Publications cited:

Fishing Gazette, Fishing Gazette (1865–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Field, Field (1853–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Land and Water Land and Water (1866–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Francis 1867, Francis, Francis 1867. A Book on Angling: Being a Complete Treatise on the Art of Angling in Every Branch with Explanatory Plates, etc, London: Longmans and Green
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Keene 1881 Keene, John Harrington 1881. The Practical Fisherman: Dealing with the Natural History, the Legendary Lore, the Capture of British Freshwater Fish, and Tackle and Tackle-Making, London: "The Bazaar" Office
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'Boys' Dogs and all About Them. I—Dignity and Impudence', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 425–26 , W H Harris, 'Bees and Bee-Keeping for Boys', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 477 , John G Wood, 'Birds' Eggs and Egg Collecting', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 478–79 , John G Wood, 'The Aquarium; How to Form, Stock, and Keep It', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 611–13


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Issue 199 (4 November 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 76.

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Our Royal Navy—Past and Present  [1/2]Anon, 'Our Royal Navy—Past and Present. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 93–94

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Anon

Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Illustrators:

Sachs Sachs, John (fl. 1858–99) Engen 1985
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Engen, Rodney K. 1985. Dictionary of Victorian Wood Engravers, Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey
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Subjects:

Military Technology, Steam-power, War

See also:

Anon, 'Our British Navy—Past and Present', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), facing 77


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), facing 77.

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Our British Navy—Past and Present

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Genre:

Illustration

Relevant illustrations:

lith. (col.) [2]

Illustrators:

Emerik Emerik, —— (engraver) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/199/2
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/ Binger Binger, Hijman (b. 1824) WBI
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Subjects:

Military Technology, War

See also:

Anon, 'Our Royal Navy—Past and Present', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 76


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 77–79.

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Peculiar Punishments  [1/2]T C H, 'Peculiar Punishments', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 250–53

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T C H H, T C
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [9]

Subjects:

Crime, Ethnology, Anthropology, Technology, Cultural Geography, Exploration

People mentioned:

John H Speke Speke, John Hanning (1827–64) ODNB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 79.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Animal Husbandry, Sanitation, Health, Nutrition, Commerce, Ornithology, Display, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [80].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Measurement, Metrology | Natural History, Specimen Trading, Periodicals | Astronomy, Light, Measurement | Heat, Technology | Light, Theory

Publications cited:

Natural History Circular Natural History Circular (cited 1882) BP1/3/199/5
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Issue 200 (11 November 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 85–86.

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How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models  [1/5]The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 110–11
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 124–25
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 151
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 174

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The Headmaster Headmaster
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Subjects:

Railways, Technology, Amusement, Education


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 86.

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Snakes' Eggs  [1/2]Arthur Stradling, 'Snakes' Eggs', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 86

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Dr Arthur Stradling, Author of "Snakes and How to Tame Them", etc. Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour, Breeding


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 86–88.

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Etiquette Extraordinary

T C H H, T C
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Genre:

Essay

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [9]

Illustrators:

J Sachs Sachs, John (fl. 1858–99) Engen 1985
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Engen, Rodney K. 1985. Dictionary of Victorian Wood Engravers, Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey
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Subjects:

Ethnology, Anthropology, Cultural Geography, Human Development, Animal Behaviour

People mentioned:

John Petherick, Petherick, John (1813–82) WBI
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Paul B Du Chaillu, Du Chaillu, Paul Belloni (1831–1903) CBD
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David Livingstone Livingstone, David (1813–73) ODNB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 93–94.

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Our Royal Navy—Past and Present. Part II  [2/2]Anon, 'Our Royal Navy—Past and Present', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 76

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Anon

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Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Military Technology, War


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 96.

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Railways, Nomenclature | Medical Treatment, Disease, Quackery | MIlitary Technology, Ethnology, Cultural Geography, Textbooks | Light, Theory | Chemistry, Entomology

Publications cited:

Wood 1868–70 Wood, John George 1868–70. The Natural History of Man: Being an Account of the Manners and Customs of the Uncivilized Races of Men [...] With New Designs by Angas, Danby, Wolf, Zwecker, etc., etc. Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel, 2 vols, London: George Routledge & Sons
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Issue 201 (18 November 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 86.

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Snakes' Eggs  [2/2]Arthur Stradling, 'Snakes' Eggs', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 86

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Dr Arthur Stradling, Author of "Snakes and How to Tame Them", etc. Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour, Breeding, Physiology, Heat

Institutions mentioned:

Zoological Society—Gardens, Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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Jardin des Plantes, Paris Jardin des Plantes, Paris
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 110–11.

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How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part II  [2/5]The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 85–86
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 124–25
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 151
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 174

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Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [5]

Subjects:

Railways, Technology, Amusement, Education


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 112.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Museums, Botany, Collecting, Display | Heat, Technology | Natural History, Collecting, Chemistry | Temperance, Narcotics, Medical Treatment | Pneumatics, Instruments, Invention | Entomology, Taxonomy | Military Technology, Engineering

People mentioned:

Evangelista Torricelli Torricelli, Evangelista (1608–47) DSB
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 112.

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The "Boy's Own" Lifeboat Hospital Fund

Anon

Genre:

Announcement

Subjects:

Hospitals, Patronage, Periodicals


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Issue 202 (25 November 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 124–25.

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How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part III  [3/5]The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 85–86
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 110–11
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 151
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 174

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The Headmaster Headmaster
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Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [19]

Subjects:

Railways, Technology, Amusement, Education


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 127–28.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Botany, Collecting | Ornithology, Display, Menageries | Mathematics, Measurement | Surgery, Societies | Economic Geology, Commerce | Education, Engineering, Electricity, Skill | Railways, Transport | Exploration, Travel, Textbooks | Eschatology, Time, Religious Authority | Education

People mentioned:

Emanuel Swedenborg Swedenborg, Emanuel (1688–1772) DSB
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Institutions mentioned:

Surgical Aid Society, Surgical Aid Society
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South Kensington Museum South Kensington Museum
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Publications cited:

Waterton 1879 Waterton, Charles 1879. Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the Antilles, in the Years 1812, 1816, 1820, and 1824: With Original Instructions for the Perfect Preservation of Birds, etc, for Cabinets of Natural History, new edn (with biographical introduction and explanatory index, by the Rev. J. G. Wood), London: Macmillan and Co.
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


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Issue 203 (2 December 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 135.

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The "Boy's Own" Cot

Anon

Genre:

Poetry

Subjects:

Disease, Pollution, Class, Patronage, Periodicals


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 139.

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Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up  [1/4]Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 158–59
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 254–55
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 287–88

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "The Boy's Own Museum", etc. Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Subjects:

Exploration, Collecting, Botany, Zoology, Display, Taxonomy

People mentioned:

H J Burton Burton, H J (taxidermist, of Wardour Street) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/203/2
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 142–43.

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At Close Quarters with a Boa-Constrictor

Anon

Genre:

Travelogue

Subjects:

Exploration, Natural History, Hunting, Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 143.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Animal Husbandry, Sanitation, Breeding, Nutrition, Health, Disease, Ornithology, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [144].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Geology, Collecting | Chemistry, Metallurgy | Disease, Medical Treatment | Time, Measurement, Astronomy | Nutrition, Nomenclature | Zoology, Animal Development, Time | Aeronautics, Railways, Dynamics | Chemistry, Domestic Economy | Horticulture

See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


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Issue 204 (9 December 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 151.

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How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part IV  [4/5]The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 85–86
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 110–11
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 124–25
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 174

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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [6]

Subjects:

Railways, Technology, Amusement, Education


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 152–53.

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Nearly Garotted: A Story of the Cuban Insurrection. Chapter II  [2/4]

James Cox, RN, Author of "How I Lost My Finger", etc. Cox, James (RN) (fl. 1882) BP1/5/204/2
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Genre:

Short Fiction, Serial

Subjects:

Exploration, Natural History, Botany, Entomology, Zoology, Wonder, Natural Theology


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 155–58.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances  [10/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne, Author of "The Giant Raft", "The Cryptogram", etc. Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Exploration, Ornithology, Natural History

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 158–59.

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Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part II  [2/4]Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 139
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 254–55
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 287–88

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "The Boy's Own Museum", etc. Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Dissection, Display, Collecting, Anatomy

Institutions mentioned:

Crystal Palace Crystal Palace
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 160.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Chemistry, Textbooks | Medical Treatment, Animal Development | Health, Breeding, Animal Development | Animal Husbandry, Exhibitions, Periodicals | Domestic Economy, Heat | Invention | Narcotics, Disease | Photography

Publications cited:

Field Field (1853–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Issue 205 (16 December 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 164–66.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be  [11/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Physical Geography, Botany, Taxonomy

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 166.

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Our Note Book

Anon

Genre:

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Publications extracted:

Wynter Blyth Blyth, Wynter (Medical Officer of Health, Marylebone) (fl. 1882) BP1/5/205/2
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, Sanitary Record Sanitary Record (1874–98) Waterloo Directory
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[2] Diet for the Cyclist

Subjects:

Nutrition, Health


[3] The Whale-Fishing

Subjects:

Hunting, Statistics



Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 174.

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How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part V  [5/5]The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 85–86
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 110–11
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 124–25
The Headmaster, 'How the Reedham Boys Make their Cardboard Models. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 151

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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [6]

Subjects:

Railways, Technology, Amusement, Education


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 176.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Ornithology, Disease, Death, Nutrition | Botany, Display | Light, Instruments, Amusement, Engineering | Natural History, Collecting, Chemistry | Archaeology, Museums | Music, Instruments | Sound, Charlatanry | Astronomy

See also:

Anon [Mr Crompton], 'Ventriloquism, and How to Acquire the Art', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 206–07


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Issue 206 (23 December 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 179–83.

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Christmas on Skreed Rock

Anon

Genre:

Short Fiction

Subjects:

Force, Instruments


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 191.

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Some More Optical Toy Sports

Anon

Genre:

Essay

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [4]

Illustrators:

Gilbert Gilbert, —— (artist) (fl. 1882) BP1/5/206/2
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/ A Tissondier Tissondier, A (illustrator) (fl. 1882) BP1/5/206/2
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Subjects:

Light, Instruments, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 191.

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The Polyopticon

Anon

Genre:

Essay

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

J Blanadet Blanadet, J (fl. 1882) BP1/5/206/3
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/ E Chauvet Chauvet, E (fl. 1882) BP1/5/206/3
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Subjects:

Light, Instruments, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 192.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Light, Amusement, Chemistry, Heat, Instruments

People mentioned:

Robert W E Bunsen Bunsen, Robert Wilhelm Eberhard (1811–99) DSB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 192.

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Common Optics of the Back Room  [1/2]Anon, 'Common Optics of the Back Room', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 228

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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Light, Amusement, Supernaturalism


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [193]–94.

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Another Christmas Eve at Fairlight Lodge

Paul Blake, Author of "Birchington Academy", "Our Own Christy Minstrels", etc. Blake, Paul (fl. 1885) WBI
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Genre:

Short Fiction, Drama

Subjects:

Medical Practitioners


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Issue 207 (30 December 1882)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 212–14.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt  [12/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Nutrition, Hunting, Heat, Physiology, Chemistry

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 221.

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Conjuring Extraordinary

Anon

Genre:

Essay

Subjects:

Magic, Charlatanry, Spiritualism, Superstition, Chemistry, Laboratories

People mentioned:

John N Maskelyne, Maskelyne, John Nevil (1839–1917) ODNB
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George A Cooke, Cooke, George Alfred (fl. 1873) Dawes 1979
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Robert Houdin Houdin, Robert (1805–71) CBD
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 224.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Microscopy, Instruments, Entomology, Animal Behaviour | Entomology, Collecting, Breeding | Animal Development, Sanitation, Health, Nutrition, Cruelty, Breeding | Zoology, Menageries, Display, Sanitation

See also:

John G Wood, 'The Aquarium; How to Form, Stock, and Keep It', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 611–13


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Issue 208 (6 January 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 228.

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Common Optics of the Back Room  [2/2]Anon, 'Common Optics of the Back Room', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 192

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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Subjects:

Light, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 239.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Health, Animal Development, Animal Husbandry, Disease, Medical Treatment, Nutrition, Sanitation, Ornithology, Breeding, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 239.

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The Lantern and Kaleidoscope

Anon

Genre:

Instructions

Subjects:

Light, Instruments, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [240].

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Calendar for January

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Sound, Botany, Agriculture, Exhibitions


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [240].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Medical Treatment, Sanitation | Magic, Charlatanry, Spiritualism | Breeding, Specimen Trading | Music, Sound | Animal Behaviour, Sound | Animal Development, Anatomy, Animal Behaviour, Nutrition | Horticulture, Medical Treatment

People mentioned:

Annie E Fay Fay, Annie Eva (fl. 1925?) WBI
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See also:

Arthur Stradling, 'Ghosts at Holly Court', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 158


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Issue 209 (13 January 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 244–46.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome  [14/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne, Author of "The Giant Raft", "The Cryptogram", etc. Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Nutrition, Animal Development, Breeding, Animal Husbandry, Instruments, Astronomy, Navigation, Time, Medical Treatment

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 250–53.

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Peculiar Punishments  [2/2]T C H, 'Peculiar Punishments', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 77–79

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T C H H, T C
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [7]

Subjects:

Crime, Ethnology, Anthropology, Cultural Geography, Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 254–55.

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Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part III  [3/4]Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 139
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 158–59
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 287–88

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "The Boy's Own Museum", etc. Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Subjects:

Hunting, Zoology, Display, Collecting, Anatomy

People mentioned:

H J Burton Burton, H J (taxidermist, of Wardour Street) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/203/2
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 255.

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Winter Evening Amusements. The Lantern Praxinoscope

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Genre:

Instructions

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Illustrators:

Poyet Poyet, (artist) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/209/4
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Subjects:

Light, Magic, Instruments, Amusement

People mentioned:

M. Reynaud Reynaud, M. (fl. 1882) BP1/4/161/2
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 256.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Heat, Light, Chemistry, Display | Breeding, Animal Development | Veterinary Science, Education | Metallurgy

Institutions mentioned:

Royal Veterinary College Royal Veterinary College
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Poultry Run', Boy's Own Paper, 4 (1881–1882), 595–97


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Issue 210 (20 January 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [257]–60.

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My Friend Smith. Chapter XVI—How I Experienced Some of the Ups and Downs of Fortune  [16/39]

The Author of "The Fifth Form at St Dominics", pseud.  [Talbot B Reed] Reed, Talbot Baines (1852–93) ODNB
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Genre:

Short Fiction, Serial

Subjects:

Disease, Medical Treatment

Reprinted:

Reed 1889 Reed, Talbot Baines [1889], My Friend Smith: A Story of School and City Life [...], illus. by Gordon Browne (with a prefatory note by the editor of the 'Boy's Own Paper'), London: Religious Tract Society
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 260–61.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary  [15/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne, Author of "The Giant Raft", "The Cryptogram", etc. Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Breeding, Animal Husbandry, Exploration

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 262.

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Our Note Book

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature—Notes; Extract

Publications extracted:

Macaulay 1882 Macaulay, James [1882]. Sea Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil, London: Religious Tract Society
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[2] Colour of the Sea

Subjects:

Light, Physical Geography



Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 262.

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A Colossal Squid

Anon

Genre:

Reportage

Subjects:

Zoology

Publications cited:

Kirk 1880 Kirk, Thomas William 1880. 'On the Occurrence of a Giant Cuttlefish off the New Zealand Coast [1879]', Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 12, 310–313
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 267.

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Snowed-Up in Canada. The Story of a Remarkable Sleigh Ride

Anon

Genre:

Short Fiction

Subjects:

Disease


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 268–69.

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Crystals, and How to Make Them  [1/2]John Scoffern, 'Crystals and How to Make Them. (Second Article)', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 318–19

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Dr Scoffern Scoffern, John (1814–82) COPAC
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Genre:

Essay, Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [3]

Illustrators:

E W, pseud.  [Edward Whymper] Whymper, Edward (1840–1911) ODNB
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Subjects:

Crystallography, Matter Theory, Vitalism, Medical Treatment, Wonder, Dissection, Chemistry, Experiment


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 269–70.

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A Chat About Spiders  [1/3]Arthur Stradling, 'A Chat About Spiders. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 278–79
Arthur Stradling, 'A Chat About Spiders. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 295

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Dr Arthur Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Providence, Entomology, Taxonomy, Anatomy, Physiology, Nutrition, Animal Development, Disease, Instruments, Measurement

People mentioned:

William B Carpenter Carpenter, William Benjamin (1813–85) DSB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 272.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Zoology, Ornithology, Botany, Natural History, Biogeography | Ornithology, Nutrition | Electricity, Instruments | Physical Geography, Travel | Railways, Transport, Statistics | Zoology, Taxonomy, Animal Development | Chemistry

People mentioned:

Thomas A Edison Edison, Thomas Alva (1847–1931) DSB
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Issue 211 (27 January 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 276–78.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader  [16/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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[Jules Verne] Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Ethnology, Race, Animal Behaviour

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 278–79.

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A Chat About Spiders. Part II  [2/3]Arthur Stradling, 'A Chat About Spiders', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 269–70
Arthur Stradling, 'A Chat About Spiders. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 295

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Dr Arthur Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Entomology, Animal Behaviour, Collecting, Specimen Trading

Institutions mentioned:

Zoological Society—Gardens Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 281–82.

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Snow-Bound on the Sierra Nevada

Anon

Genre:

Short Fiction

Subjects:

Electricity, Technology, Light, Railways


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 287–88.

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Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part IV  [4/4]Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 139
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 158–59
Gordon Stables, 'Reptiles and Fishes: How to Stuff and Set Them Up. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 254–55

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "The Boy's Own Museum", etc. Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Zoology, Dissection, Anatomy, Display

People mentioned:

H J Burton Burton, H J (taxidermist, of Wardour Street) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/203/2
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 288.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Botany, Light | Animal Development, Nutrition | Heat, Dynamics | Disease, Veterinary Science, Medical Practitioners | Specimen Trading

People mentioned:

H J Burton Burton, H J (taxidermist, of Wardour Street) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/203/2
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Issue 212 (3 February 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 295.

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A Chat About Spiders. Part III  [3/3]Arthur Stradling, 'A Chat About Spiders', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 269–70
Arthur Stradling, 'A Chat About Spiders. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 278–79

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Dr Arthur Stradling CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Entomology, Taxonomy, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 303.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Animal Husbandry, Breeding, Sanitation, Ornithology, Disease, Nutrition, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [304].

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Calendar for February

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Hunting, Agriculture, Exhibitions


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [304].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Botany, Collecting | Electricity, Instruments | Medical Practitioners, Education, Universities | Steam-power, Engineering, Heat | Ornithology, Anatomy | Education

Institutions mentioned:

University of Edinburgh University of Edinburgh
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Publications cited:

Directory [of the Department of Science and Art], Directory [of the Department of Science and Art](1861–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Land and Water, Land and Water (1866–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Field Field (1853–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Issue 213 (10 February 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 308–10.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific  [18/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

L Benett Benett, L (fl. 1881) BP1/3/119/2
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Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Hunting, Breeding

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 311–12.

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A Strange Railway Accident. Part II  [2/2]

W W Fenn, Author of "The Bold Rescue", etc. Fenn, W W (fl. 1883) BP1/5/213/2
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Genre:

Short Fiction, Serial

Subjects:

Railways, Accidents


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 313–15.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent  [1/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Natural History, Ornithology, Biological Diversity, Wonder, Natural Theology, Taxonomy, Animal Behaviour, Sound

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 318–19.

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Crystals and How to Make Them. (Second Article)  [2/2]John Scoffern, 'Crystals, and How to Make Them', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 268–69

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Dr Scoffern Scoffern, John (1814–82) COPAC
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Genre:

Essay, Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Crystallography, Light, Chemistry, Experiment, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 320.

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Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Mathematics, Education | Entomology, Periodicals | Physical Geography, Measurement | Breeding, Animal Development, Nutrition, Medical Treatment

People mentioned:

Euclid Euclid (fl. 295 BC) DSB
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Issue 214 (17 February 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 324–26.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse  [19/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Exploration, Hunting, Animal Behaviour, Race, Ethnology, Human Development

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 329–31.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool  [2/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Physical Geography, Wonder

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 331–32.

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How to Skin, Stuff, and Mount a Bird in Five Minutes

Dr Stradling, CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Instructions

Subjects:

Ornithology, Display, Dissection, Anatomy


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 334.

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Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. The Tools and Materials—Useful Hints  [1/3]Gordon Stables, 'Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. II—Canary Breeding Cages, German and English', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 383–84
Gordon Stables, 'Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. III—Nests and Nest-Boxes—The German Method of Breeding—Hutches for Rabbits, Guinea-Pigs, Rats, and Squirrels', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 395–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Essay, Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

F H, pseud.  [Frank Hobden] Hobden, Frank (fl. 1883) BP1/5/214/4
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Subjects:

Ornithology, Menageries, Domestic Economy


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 334–35.

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What to do With a Dead Snake  [1/3]Arthur Stradling, 'What to do With a Dead Snake. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 351
Arthur Stradling, 'What to do With a Dead Snake. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 351

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Dr Arthur Stradling, CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Hunting, Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Display


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 336.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Photography, Light | Invention, Utilitarianism | Physical Geography, Nomenclature, Societies | Zoology, Societies | Light, Architecture, Accidents | Physical Geography, Imperialism, Societies | Light, Instruments | Psychology, Disease, Medical Treatment | Light, Instruments, Heat, Travel | Physical Geography, Statistics | Astronomy, Light, Instruments | Physical Geography, Discovery, Cultural Geography, Superstition | Astronomy, Instruments, Mapping, Measurement | Zoology, Statistics | Electricity, Instruments

People mentioned:

William Cubitt, Cubitt, Sir William (1785–1861) ODNB
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James Cook, Cook, James (1728–79) DSB
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Philip L Sclater, Sclater, Philip Lutley (1829–1913) DSB
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Abel J Tasman, Tasman, Abel Janszoon (1603–c. 59) CBD
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Jean D M De Surville Surville, Jean François Marie De (1717–70) WBI
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Institutions mentioned:

Royal Society, Royal Society of London
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Zoological Society, Zoological Society of London
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Religious Tract Society Religious Tract Society
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Publications cited:

Penning 1876 Penning, William Henry 1876. Field Geology, London: Baillière, and Tindall & Cox
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See also:

Anon, 'Our Note Book [1] Water Telescopes [2] Water Spectacles', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 38–39


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Issue 215 (24 February 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 339.

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Our Note Book

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature—Notes; Extract

Publications extracted:

Benjamin W Richardson Richardson, Benjamin Ward (1828–96) DSB
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[1] The Use of Tobacco by Boys

Subjects:

Narcotics, Medical Practitioners, Disease, Health, Physiology, Mental Illness

Publications cited:

Medical Reporter (Philadelphia) Medical Reporter (Philadelphia) (1858–1900+) COPAC
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[2] Oil Experiments at Aberdeen

Subjects:

Industry, Experiment


[3] Waterproof Coats and Tricycling

Subjects:

Health



Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 340–42.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off  [20/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [3]

Illustrators:

L Benett Benett, L (fl. 1881) BP1/3/119/2
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Subjects:

Exploration, Hunting, Animal Behaviour, Taxonomy

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 347.

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Life Among the Red Indians  [1/3]Henry Tinson, 'Life Among the Red Indians. Chapter II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 365–66
Henry Tinson, 'Life Among the Red Indians. Chapter III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 379–81

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Henry Tinson Tinson, Henry (fl. 1883) BP1/5/215/3
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Illustrators:

Warne Browne Browne, Warne (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/5
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Subjects:

Anthropology, Race, Cultural Geography


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 351.

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What to do With a Dead Snake. Part II  [2/3]Arthur Stradling, 'What to do With a Dead Snake', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 334–35
Arthur Stradling, 'What to do With a Dead Snake. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 351

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Dr Arthur Stradling, CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Zoology, Dissection, Anatomy, Display, Disease


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 351.

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Our Prize Competitions

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Representation, Railways, Amusement

People mentioned:

Nathaniel Barnaby Barnaby, Sir Nathaniel (1829–1915) ODNB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [352].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Physical Geography, Statistics | Light, Instruments | Mathematics, Instruments | Geology, Education | Prognostication, Charlatanry

People mentioned:

Robert W E Bunsen Bunsen, Robert Wilhelm Eberhard (1811–99) DSB
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Institutions mentioned:

Royal School of Mines Royal School of Mines
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Publications cited:

Hudleston 1883 Hudleston, Wilfrid Hudleston 1883. 'On Deep-Sea Investigation [1881]', Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 7, 245–80
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Issue 216 (3 March 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 356–58.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou  [21/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 372–74

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Jules Verne Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [4]

Illustrators:

L Benett Benett, L (fl. 1881) BP1/3/119/2
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Subjects:

Disease, Hunting, Animal Husbandry, Race, Animal Behaviour

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 351.

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What to do With a Dead Snake. Part III  [3/3]Arthur Stradling, 'What to do With a Dead Snake', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 334–35
Arthur Stradling, 'What to do With a Dead Snake. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 351

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Dr Arthur Stradling, CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Zoology, Display, Dissection, Anatomy, Menageries

Institutions mentioned:

United Services Museum United Services Museum
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 365–66.

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Life Among the Red Indians. Chapter II  [2/3]Henry Tinson, 'Life Among the Red Indians', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 347
Henry Tinson, 'Life Among the Red Indians. Chapter III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 379–81

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Henry Tinson Tinson, Henry (fl. 1883) BP1/5/215/3
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Subjects:

Anthropology, Race, Physiognomy, Cultural Geography, Hunting, Superstition, Medical Treatment, Photography


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 367.

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The "Boy's Own" Lifeboat Hospital Fund

Anon

Genre:

Announcement

Subjects:

Hospitals, Patronage, Periodicals

Institutions mentioned:

Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Royal National Lifeboat Institution
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London Hospital London Hospital
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 367.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Husbandry, Breeding, Animal Development, Disease, Sanitation, Ornithology, Nutrition, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [368].

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Calendar for March

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Agriculture, Exhibitions, Meteorology


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [368].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Disease, Medical Treatment | Ornithology, Disease, Sanitation, Medical Treatment, Nutrition | Animal Behaviour, Education | Metallurgy, Chemistry | Zoology, Biogeography | Astronomy, Instruments | Engineering, Education

Institutions mentioned:

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill College
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Issue 217 (10 March 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 372–74.

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Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Concludes by Explaining What Up to Now Had Appeared Inexplicable  [22/22]Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter I—In Which the Reader Has the Opportunity of Buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 4–6
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter III—The Conversation of Phina Hollaney and Godfrey Morgan, with a Piano Accompaniment', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 42–44
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which Godfrey Does What Any Other Shipwrecked Man Would Do Under the Circumstances', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 155–58
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter X—In Which the Question of Lodgin is Solved as Well as Could Be', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 164–66
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XII—Which Ends with a Thunderbolt', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 212–14
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIV—Wherein Godfrey Find Some Wreckage, to Which He and His Companion Give a Hearty Welcome', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 244–46
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XV—In Which There Happens What Happens at Least Once in the Life of Every Crusoe, Real or Imaginary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 260–61
[Jules Verne], 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVI—In Which Something Happens Which Cannot Fail to Surprise the Reader', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 276–78
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XVIII—Which Treats of the Moral and Physical Education of an Ingenuous Native of the Pacific', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 308–10
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XIX—In Which the Situation, Already Gravely Compromised, Becomes Worse and Worse', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 324–26
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XX—In Which Tartlet Reiterates in Every Key That He Would Rather Be Off', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 340–42
Jules Verne, 'Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery: Chapter XXI—Which Ends with Quite a Surprising Reflection by the Negro Carefintou', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 356–58

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Jules Verne Verne, Jules (1828–1905) CBD
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Hunting, Display

Reprinted:

Verne 1883 Verne, Jules 1883. Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery, trans. by W J Gordon, London: Sampson Low & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 379–81.

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Life Among the Red Indians. Chapter III  [3/3]Henry Tinson, 'Life Among the Red Indians', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 347
Henry Tinson, 'Life Among the Red Indians. Chapter II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 365–66

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Henry Tinson Tinson, Henry (fl. 1883) BP1/5/215/3
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Genre:

Travelogue, Serial

Subjects:

Anthropology, Cultural Geography, Medical Treatment, Physiognomy, Race, Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 381.

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Transmission of Mechanical Force

Anon

Genre:

Essay

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wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

Perot Perot (artist) (fl. 1881–83) BP1/5/217/3 , BP1/3/112/2
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Subjects:

Force, Mechanics, Physics, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 382–83.

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A Conjuror's Revenge

Dr Stradling Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay

Subjects:

Magic, Charlatanry, Controversy

People mentioned:

Robert Houdin, Houdin, Robert (1805–71) CBD
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Chevalier Pinetti, Pinett, Chevalier (conjuror) (fl. 1783) WBI
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John N Maskelyne, Maskelyne, John Nevil (1839–1917) ODNB
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George A Cooke, Cooke, George Alfred (fl. 1873) Dawes 1979
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Alexander Hermann, Hermann, Alexander (1844–1896) http://www.uelectric.com/pastimes/hermann.htm
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H S Lynn, Lynn, 'Dr' H S (formerly John Simmons) (c. 1835–99) http://www.uelectric.com/pastimes/lynn.htm
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Henri Decremps Decremps, Henri (1746–c. 1826) WBI
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Houdin 1868, Houdin, Robert 1868. Les secrets de la prestidigitation et de la magie. Comment on devient sorcier [...], Paris: Michel-Lévy frères
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Decremps 1784–85 Decremps, Henri 1784–85. La magie blanche dévoilée; ou, Explication des tours surprennants, qui font depuis peu l'admiration de la capitale et de la province, avec des réflexions sur la baguette divinatoire, les automates joueurs d'échecs, etc., Paris: Langlois
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Anon, 'Conjuring Extraordinary', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 221


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 383–84.

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Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. II—Canary Breeding Cages, German and English  [2/3]Gordon Stables, 'Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. The Tools and Materials—Useful Hints', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 334
Gordon Stables, 'Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. III—Nests and Nest-Boxes—The German Method of Breeding—Hutches for Rabbits, Guinea-Pigs, Rats, and Squirrels', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 395–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Subjects:

Ornithology, Breeding, Menageries, Display

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Mr Abrahams Abrahams, Mr (naturalist, of George Street East) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/197/5
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 384.

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Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Aeronautics, Heat, Light, Amusement | Entomology, Zoology, Representation | Zoological Gardens, Chemistry | Hospitals, Medical Treatment | Railways, Statistics | Astronomy, Observation | Photography

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Zoological Society—Gardens, Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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St Bartholomew's Hospital St Bartholomew's Hospital
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John Scoffern, 'Fire-Balloons and Gas-Balloons: How to Use and Make Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 70 , Anon, 'Some Typical British Butterflies', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), facing [i] , Anon, 'The British Reptiles', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), facing 767 , Anon, 'The British Freshwater Fishes', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), facing 567


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 395–96.

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Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. III—Nests and Nest-Boxes—The German Method of Breeding—Hutches for Rabbits, Guinea-Pigs, Rats, and Squirrels  [3/3]Gordon Stables, 'Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. The Tools and Materials—Useful Hints', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 334
Gordon Stables, 'Cages and Hutches: How to Make Them. II—Canary Breeding Cages, German and English', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 383–84

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Ornithology, Breeding, Menageries, Display, Animal Behaviour

People mentioned:

Mr Abrahams Abrahams, Mr (naturalist, of George Street East) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/197/5
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 396–98.

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Podoscaphs, or Water-Velocipedes

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A Tissondier Tissondier, A (illustrator) (fl. 1882) BP1/5/206/2
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/ Gilbert Gilbert, —— (artist) (fl. 1882) BP1/5/206/2
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Subjects:

Transport, Invention, Amusement


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 400.

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Subjects:

Ornithology, Animal Development, Nutrition | Disease, Nutrition, Sanitation, Medical Treatment | Animal Development, Menageries, Cruelty | Animal Behaviour, Sound | Animal Development, Education | Physical Chemistry, Crystallography | Aeronautics, Amusement | Astronomy, Measurement | Military Technology, Morality | Metallurgy, Chemistry | Animal Development, Sanitation

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John Bell, Bell, John (1746/7–98) ODNB
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Henry Trengrouse, Trengrouse, Henry (1772–1854) ODNB
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John Dennett Dennett, John (1790–1852) ODNB
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Institutions mentioned:

Zoological Society—Gardens Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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See also:

Ascott R Hope, 'Adventures of a Boston Boy Amongst Savages. Chapter VI', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 89–91


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Issue 219 (24 March 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), facing [409].

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A Promising Outlook

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Emerik Emerik, —— (engraver) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/199/2
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/ Binger Binger, Hijman (b. 1824) WBI
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Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Photography


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [409]–10.

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Wild Beast Tamers and Their Pupils

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G H Edwards Edwards, G H (fl. 1883) BP1/5/219/2
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Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Education, Hunting, Exhibitions, Display, Amusement

People mentioned:

Isaac Van Amburgh, Van Amburgh, Isaac (1805?–65) WBI
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George Wombwell Wombwell, George (1777–1850) ODNB
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Astley's Royal Amphitheatre, Astley's Royal Amphitheatre, Lambeth
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Zoological Society—Gardens, Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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Wombwell's menagerie, Wombwell's Menagerie
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Hilton's menagerie, Hilton's Menagerie
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Mrs Edmond's menagerie Edmond's (Mrs) Menagerie
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 416.

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Zoology, Display | Animal Behaviour, Nutrition | Electrochemistry, Discovery, Electricity | Mapping, Textbooks | Mathematics, Proof | Electricity, Engineering, Education | Engineering, War, Education | Medical Practitioners, Education, War | Animal Behaviour, Ornithology, Textbooks

People mentioned:

Luigi Galvani, Galvani, Luigi (1737–98) DSB
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Jan Swammerdam Swammerdam, Jan (1637–80) DSB
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'Boys' Dogs and all About Them. I—Dignity and Impudence', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 425–26 , Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


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Issue 220 (31 March 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 421–22.

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Precious Stones  [1/2]G Forde, 'Precious Stones. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 446

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[G Forde] Forde, G (fl. 1883) BP1/5/220/1
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Geology, Commerce, Superstition, Magic


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 425–27.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting  [8/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Subjects:

Medical Practitioners, Medical Treatment

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 430.

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How to Make a Glass Spiral Spring Out of a Wine Bottle

Dr Scoffern Scoffern, John (1814–82) COPAC
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Illustrators:

Perot Perot (artist) (fl. 1881–83) BP1/5/217/3 , BP1/3/112/2
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Subjects:

Chemistry, Experiment


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 432.

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Genre:

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Subjects:

Disease, Medical Treatment, Animal Development | Biogeography, Zoology | Specimen Trading, Animal Behaviour, Nutrition | Ornithology, Comparative Philology, Animal Behaviour, Gas Chemistry, Breeding | Ornithology, Animal Behaviour | Entomology, Collecting | Engineering, Education | Metallurgy, Physical Chemistry | Physics, Matter Theory, Gravity, Measurement | Steamships, Architecture, Education | Menageries

Institutions mentioned:

Maudslay Sons and Field Ltd, Maudslay Sons & Field Ltd, firm
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School of Naval Architecture School of Naval Architecture
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Publications cited:

Lockyer 1868, Lockyer, Joseph Norman 1868. Elementary Lessons in Astronomy, London: Macmillan
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Airy 1849, Airy, George Biddell 1849. Six Lectures on Astronomy: Delivered at the Meetings of the Friends of the Ipswich Museum, at the Temperance Hall, Ipswich, in the Month of March, 1848, London: Simpkin and Marshall
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Baily 1836–39 Baily, Francis 1836–39. 'On the Repetition of the Cavendish Experiment for Determining the Mean Density of the Earth', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 4, 96–97
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 446.

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Precious Stones. Part II  [2/2][G Forde], 'Precious Stones', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 421–22

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G Forde Forde, G (fl. 1883) BP1/5/220/1
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Geology, Mining, Commerce


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 447.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Husbandry, Breeding, Animal Development, Specimen Trading, Nutrition, Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 447–48.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

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Subjects:

Mathematics, Invention | Meteorology, Instruments | Ornithology, Breeding, Nutrition | Ornithology, Animal Development | Animal Development, Disease, Medical Treatment | War, Measurement, Mathematics, Meteorology, Instruments | Animal Behaviour, Exhibitions | Geology, Statistics | Meteorology, Instruments | Geology, Measurement | Engineers, War | Homeopathy

People mentioned:

William R Hamilton, Hamilton, Sir William Rowan (1805–65) DSB ODNB
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John Hadley Hadley, John (1682–1744) DSB
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Publications cited:

Kelland and Tait 1873 Kelland, Philip and Tait, Peter Guthrie 1873. Introduction to Quaternions, with Numerous Examples, London: Macmillan & Co.
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A Professional Judge, 'The Boy's Own Pigeon Loft and Dovecot. Part I—Introduction—The Triangular Dovecot—The Garden Dovecot—The Garden Dovecot—The Pigeon Loft Proper—Plenty of Room an Essential—The Fittings, Shelves, and Nest-Pans—The Roosting Perches—Robinson Crusoe', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 321


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [447].

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Calendar for April

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Scientific Practitioners, Darwinism

People mentioned:

Charles R Darwin Darwin, Charles Robert (1809–82) DSB
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Issue 222 (14 April 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 453–54.

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Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands  [1/3]T C H, 'Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 798
T C H, 'Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 810

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T C H H, T C
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Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Anthropology, Ethnology, Cultural Geography, Amusement, Breeding, Hunting

People mentioned:

James Cook Cook, James (1728–79) DSB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 457–59.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe  [10/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

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Subjects:

Medical Practitioners, Medical Treatment

Reprinted:

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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 459–60.

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Spiritualism at Home  [1/3]Arthur Stradling, 'Spiritualism at Home. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 471
Arthur Stradling, 'Spiritualism at Home. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 495–96

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Dr Stradling Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Essay, Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Spiritualism, Magic, Charlatanry, Supernaturalism

People mentioned:

William H H Davenport, Davenport, William Henry Harrison (1841–77) WBI
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Ira E Davenport, Davenport, Ira Erastus (1839–1911) WBI
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John H Pepper, Pepper, John Henry (1821–1900) ODNB
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John N Maskelyne, Maskelyne, John Nevil (1839–1917) ODNB
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George A Cooke Cooke, George Alfred (fl. 1873) Dawes 1979
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 464.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Light, Magic, Instruments | Heat, Amusement | Human Development


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 471.

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Spiritualism at Home. Part II  [2/3]Arthur Stradling, 'Spiritualism at Home', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 459–60
Arthur Stradling, 'Spiritualism at Home. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 495–96

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Dr Stradling Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Subjects:

Spiritualism, Magic, Charlatanry


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 480.

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Botany, Animal Development, Domestic Economy | Metallurgy, Heat | Animal Development, Disease, Medical Treatment | Geology, Collecting | Railways, Invention

People mentioned:

Nicolas J Cugnot, Cugnot, Nicolas Joseph (1725–1804) CBD
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Oliver Evans, Evans, Oliver (1755–1819) CBD
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William Symington, Symington, William (1764–1831) ODNB
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William Murdoch Murdoch, William (1754–1839) ODNB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 495–96.

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Spiritualism at Home. Part III  [3/3]Arthur Stradling, 'Spiritualism at Home', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 459–60
Arthur Stradling, 'Spiritualism at Home. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 471

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Dr Stradling Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Subjects:

Spiritualism, Magic, Charlatanry


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 496.

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Genre:

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Subjects:

Electricity, Telegraphy, Instruments, Reading | Medical Practitioners, Education, Periodicals | Animal Husbandry, Statistics | Astronomy, Heat, Measurement | Electricity, Light, Instruments | Mathematics, Instruments | Ornithology, Taxonomy, Sound | Patents

People mentioned:

Robert W E Bunsen Bunsen, Robert Wilhelm Eberhard (1811–99) DSB
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Publications cited:

Lancet Lancet (1823–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Gordon Stables, 'Parrots and All About Them', Boy's Own Paper, 4 (1881–1882), 126–28


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Issue 225 (5 May 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 497–99.

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Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter VIII  [8/21]Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter X', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [529]–32
]Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 569–71
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 617–19
[Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. Chapter XVI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [625]–27

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R M Ballantyne, Author of "The Red Man's Revenge", "Battles with the Sea", etc. Ballantyne, Robert Michael (1825–94) ODNB
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Genre:

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Subjects:

Exploration, Natural History, Biological Diversity, Wonder, Natural Theology, Animal Behaviour

Reprinted:

Ballantyne 1885 Ballantyne, Robert Michael 1885. Twice Bought: A Tale of the Oregon Gold Fields, London: J. Nisbet & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 511.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

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Subjects:

Animal Husbandry, Breeding, Animal Development, Sanitation, Health, Display, Disease, Medical Treatment, Nutrition, Ornithology, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [512].

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Medical Practitioners, War, Education | Microscopy, Practice | Chemistry, Domestic Economy | Ornithology, Nutrition | Zoology, Animal Development, Education

See also:

Arthur Stradling, 'Snakes, and How to Tame Them', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 10–11 , Arthur Stradling, 'Snakes, and How to Tame Them. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 25–26


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 527–28.

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Entomology, Representation | Electricity, Electrochemistry, Instruments | Agriculture, Botany, Climatology | Animal Development, Display, Health | Railways, Statistics | Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Sound, Anatomy | Railways, Amusement | Botany, Entomology, Animal Behaviour, Medical Practitioners, War | Mathematics

Publications cited:

Directory [of the Department of Science and Art], Directory [of the Department of Science and Art](1861–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Engineer Engineer (1856–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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See also:

Anon, 'Some Typical British Butterflies', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), facing [i] , Paul N Hasluck, 'Model Steam-Engines, and How to Make Them. Chapter I', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 750–51


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Issue 227 (19 May 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [529]–32.

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Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter X  [10/21]Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 497–99
]Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 569–71
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 617–19
[Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. Chapter XVI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [625]–27

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R M Ballantyne, Author of "The Red Man's Revenge", "Battles with the Sea", etc. Ballantyne, Robert Michael (1825–94) ODNB
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Animal Behaviour, Electricity, Psychology

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Typical British Moths

Anon

Genre:

Notes

Subjects:

Entomology, Taxonomy

See also:

Anon, 'Typical British Moths', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), facing 542


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Some Typical British Moths  [1/2]Theodore Wood, 'Some Typical British Moths. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 558–59

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Theodore Wood Wood, Theodore (1862–1923) COPAC
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Subjects:

Entomology, Collecting, Taxonomy, Anatomy, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour

People mentioned:

Henry G Knaggs, Knaggs, Henry Guard (1832–1908) RLIN
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Edward Newman, Newman, Edward (1801–76) ODNB
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Henry Doubleday Doubleday, Henry (1808–75) ODNB
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Anon, 'Typical British Moths', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), facing 542 , John G Wood [George A Hutchinson], 'On Killing, Setting, and Preserving Insects. I—Killing', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), 431–32


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Typical British Moths

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/ Binger Binger, Hijman (b. 1824) WBI
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Entomology, Taxonomy

See also:

Anon, 'Typical British Moths', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 542


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 544.

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Subjects:

Railways, Transport | Medical Practitioners, War, Education | Natural History, Textbooks | Ornithology, Textbooks | Light, Instruments, Magic | Medical Practitioners, Education

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Francis O Morris, Morris, Francis Orpen (1810–93) ODNB
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Charles R Bree, Bree, Charles Robert (1811?–86) WBI
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James E Harting, Harting, James Edmund (1841–1928) WBI
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Henry T Wharton, Wharton, Henry Thornton (1846–95) DNB
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George Montagu, Montagu, George (1753–1815) ODNB
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William Yarrell Yarrell, William (1784–1856) ODNB
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Army Medical Department, Army Medical Department
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Royal College of Physicians Royal College of Physicians
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Wood and Wood 1880, Wood, John George and Wood, Theodore [1880]. The Field Naturalists' Handbook, London: Cassell & Co.
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Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1830–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Issue 228 (26 May 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 550–51.

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Indoor Amusements: The Ludion

Dr Scoffern Scoffern, John (1814–82) COPAC
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Amusement, Pneumatics, Mechanics, Force

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John Scoffern, 'The Blowpipe and Glass-Blowing for Boys', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 701–02


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 558–59.

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Some Typical British Moths. Part II  [2/2]Theodore Wood, 'Some Typical British Moths', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 542–43

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Theodore Wood Wood, Theodore (1862–1923) COPAC
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Subjects:

Entomology, Collecting, Taxonomy, Anatomy, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour

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Anon, 'Typical British Moths', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), facing 542


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 560.

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Subjects:

Breeding, Textbooks | Animal Behaviour, Instinct, Nutrition | Animal Behaviour, Education | Animal Development, Health, Nutrition | Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Health | Breeding, Ornithology, Taxonomy, Specimen Trading | Ornithology

Publications cited:

Wright 1879 Wright, Lewis [1879]. The Practical Pigeon Keeper, London: Cassell & Co.
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Issue 229 (2 June 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 569–71.

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Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XII  [12/21]Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 497–99
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter X', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [529]–32
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 617–19
[Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. Chapter XVI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [625]–27

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]Robert M Ballantyne] Ballantyne, Robert Michael (1825–94) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Botany, Collecting, Race

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Ballantyne 1885 Ballantyne, Robert Michael 1885. Twice Bought: A Tale of the Oregon Gold Fields, London: J. Nisbet & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 571–73.

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Some Wonders of the Vegetable World

Anon

Genre:

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wdct. [15]

Illustrators:

John Sachs Sachs, John (fl. 1858–99) Engen 1985
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Subjects:

Botany, Discovery, Monstrosities, Providence, Biogeography

People mentioned:

Thomas S B Raffles, Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley (1781–1826) DSB
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Thomas Arnold, Arnold, Thomas (1795–1842) ODNB
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Robert H Schomburgk Schomburgk, Sir Robert Hermann (1804–65) ODNB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 575.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Breeding, Animal Development, Animal Husbandry, Exhibitions, Nutrition, Sanitation, Observation, Ornithology, Health, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [576].

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Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Entomology, Collecting, Display, Botany | Entomology, Taxonomy, Nutrition, Animal Development | Geology

See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22 , John H Keene, 'Fishing-Tackle, and How to Make it. Introduction', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 262–63


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [576].

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Calendar for June

Anon

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Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Exhibitions


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Issue 230 (9 June 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 579–81.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I  [1/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William John (fl. 1880–1910) WBI RLIN
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [5]

Illustrators:

Whymper Whymper, Edward (1840–1911) ODNB
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Subjects:

Exploration, Travel, Mapping, Discovery, Heroism, Biological Diversity, Ornithology, Botany, Geology, Magnetism, Meteorology, Heat, Zoology, Observation

People mentioned:

John Franklin, Franklin, Sir John (1786–1847) ODNB
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John Rae, Rae, John (1813–93) ODNB
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Karl Weyprecht, Weyprecht, Karl (1838–81) WBI
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Julius von Payer, Payer, Julius von (1842–1915) WBI
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Constantine J Phipps, Phipps, Constantine John, 2nd Baron Mulgrave in the peerage of Ireland and Baron Mulgrave in the peerage of Great Britain (1744–92) ODNB
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Horatio Nelson, Nelson, Horatio, Viscount Nelson (1758–1805) ODNB
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Elling Carlsen, Carlsen, Elling (b. 1819) WBI
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William E Parry, Parry, Sir William Edward (1790–1855) ODNB
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Stephen Borough, Borough, Stephen (1525–84) ODNB
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Capt. Pet, Pet, Capt (explorer) (fl. 1580) BP1/5/230/1
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Willem Barents, Barents, Willem (d. 1597) CBD
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Sherard Osborn, Osborn, Sherard (1822–75) ODNB
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Semyon Chelyuskin, Chelyuskin, Semyon (fl. 1735–37) http://www.win.tue.nl/~engels/discovery
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Liakhov, Liakhov, —— (explorer) (fl. 1770) BP1/5/230/1
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Vitus J Bering, Bering, Vitus Jonassen (1681–1741) CBD
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Thomas E L Moore, Moore, Thomas Edward Laws (c. 1820–72) ODNB
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Robert McClure, McClure, Sir Robert John Le Mesurier (1807–73) ODNB
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Elisha K Kane, Kane, Elisha Kent (1820–57) CBD
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Isaac I Hayes, Hayes, Isaac Israel (1832–81) CBD
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Charles F Hall, Hall, Charles Francis (1821–71) CBD
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George S Nares, Nares, Sir George Strong (1831–1915) ODNB
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Henry F Stephenson, Stephenson, Sir Henry Frederick (1842–1919) WBI
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Pelham Aldrich, Aldrich, Pelham (1844–1930) WBI
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Albert H Markham, Markham, Sir Albert Hastings (1841–1918) ODNB
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Lieut. Parr, Parr, Lieut (explorer) (fl. 1875) BP1/5/230/1
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Lieut. Beaumont, Beaumont, Lieut (explorer) (fl. 1875) BP1/5/230/1
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James C Ross Ross, Sir James Clark (1800–62) DSB
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HMS Discovery, HMS Discovery
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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods  [18/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Physical Geography, Wonder, Biological Diversity, Design

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Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 588–90.

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Designs for Lantern Slides. I—The Misguided Elephant  [1/3]Anon, 'Designs for Lantern Slides. The Misguided Elephant', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 612–13
Anon, 'Designs for Lantern Slides. The Misguided Elephant', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 636–38

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Subjects:

Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 592.

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Electrochemistry, Electricity, Instruments, Railways | Entomology, Specimen Trading, Heat | Botany, Textbooks | Amusement, Industry | Mathematics, Education | Breeding, Technology | Metallurgy, Commerce

Institutions mentioned:

Great Eastern Great Eastern, ship
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Balfour 1872, Balfour, John Hutton 1872. First Book of Botany: Being an Introduction to the Study of the Anatomy and Physiology of Plants, Suited for Beginners, London and Glasgow: William Collins
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Henfrey 1857 Henfrey, Arthur 1857. An Elementary Course of Botany: Structural, Physiological, and Systematic; with a Brief Outline of the Geographical and Geological Distribution of Plants, London: Van Voorst
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Issue 231 (16 June 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 596–97.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II  [2/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

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Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Illustrators:

Whymper Whymper, Edward (1840–1911) ODNB
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Subjects:

Exploration, Travel, Mapping

People mentioned:

George S Nares, Nares, Sir George Strong (1831–1915) ODNB
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Henry F Stephenson, Stephenson, Sir Henry Frederick (1842–1919) WBI
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Albert H Markham, Markham, Sir Albert Hastings (1841–1918) ODNB
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Lieut. Parr, Parr, Lieut (explorer) (fl. 1875) BP1/5/230/1
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Pelham Aldrich Aldrich, Pelham (1844–1930) WBI
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Institutions mentioned:

HMS Alert, HMS Alert
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HMS Discovery HMS Discovery
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Publications cited:

Markham 1878 Markham, Albert Hastings 1878. The Great Frozen Sea: A Personal Narrative of the Voyage of the "Alert" During the Arctic Expedition of 1875–6, London: Daldy, Isbister & Co.
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Theodore Wood, 'Setting and Preserving Beetles', Boy's Own Paper, 4 (1881–1882), 14


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 603–04.

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Out-of-the-Way Pets: Tree-Frogs  [3/3]Arthur Stradling, 'Out-of-the-Way-Pets', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 45–46
Arthur Stradling, 'Out-of-the-Way-Pets', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 61–62

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Dr Scoffern Scoffern, John (1814–82) COPAC
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Genre:

Essay

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Physiology, Electricity, Anatomy, Specimen Trading, Display, Nomenclature

See also:

John G Wood, 'Frogs and Toads', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), 52–53 , John G Wood, 'The Aquarium; How to Form, Stock, and Keep It', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 611–13


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 606–07.

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The Cricket-Bat: How to Make it, Choose it, and Use it  [1/2]

Dr W G Grace Grace, William Gilbert (1848–1915) ODNB
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Subjects:

Industry, Patents


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 608.

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Subjects:

Chemistry, Metallurgy | Pharmaceuticals, Education, Societies | Engineering, Societies | Ornithology, Animal Development | Technology, Textbooks, Mathematics, Representation

Institutions mentioned:

Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
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Institute of Civil Engineers Institute of Civil Engineers
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John G Wood, 'Birds' Eggs and Egg Collecting', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 478–79


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Issue 232 (23 June 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 612–13.

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Designs for Lantern Slides. The Misguided Elephant  [2/3]Anon, 'Designs for Lantern Slides. I—The Misguided Elephant', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 588–90
Anon, 'Designs for Lantern Slides. The Misguided Elephant', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 636–38

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Genre:

Serial—Short Fiction, Drollery; Illustration, Drollery

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [6]

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 617–19.

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Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XV  [15/21]Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 497–99
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter X', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [529]–32
]Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 569–71
[Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. Chapter XVI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [625]–27

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R M Ballantyne, Author of "The Red Man's Revenge", "Battles with the Sea", etc. Ballantyne, Robert Michael (1825–94) ODNB
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Animal Behaviour

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Ballantyne 1885 Ballantyne, Robert Michael 1885. Twice Bought: A Tale of the Oregon Gold Fields, London: J. Nisbet & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 620–22.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III  [3/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [20]

Subjects:

Exploration, Heroism

People mentioned:

Lieut. Parr, Parr, Lieut (explorer) (fl. 1875) BP1/5/230/1
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Pelham Aldrich, Aldrich, Pelham (1844–1930) WBI
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George S Nares, Nares, Sir George Strong (1831–1915) ODNB
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Lieut. Beaumont Beaumont, Lieut (explorer) (fl. 1875) BP1/5/230/1
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HMS Challenger, HMS Challenger
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HMS Discovery, HMS Discovery
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HMS Alert HMS Alert
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 624.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Specimen Trading, Periodicals | Animal Behaviour, Mental Illness, Nutrition | Animal Behaviour, Mental Illness | Animal Development, Disease, Medical Treatment, Horticulture | Animal Development, Nutrition | Dissection, Display | Animal Development, Health | Ornithology, Breeding | Engineering, Education, Mathematics, Animal Development, Breeding | Zoology, Comparative Anatomy

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Exchange and Mart Exchange and Mart (1868–71) Bazaar, Exchange and Mart (1871–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Issue 233 (30 June 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [625]–27.

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Twice Bought. Chapter XVI  [16/21]Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 497–99
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter X', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), [529]–32
]Robert M Ballantyne], 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 569–71
Robert M Ballantyne, 'Twice Bought. A Tale of the Oregon Goldfields. Chapter XV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 617–19

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[Robert M Ballantyne] Ballantyne, Robert Michael (1825–94) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Ornithology, Scientific Practitioners, Hunting

Reprinted:

Ballantyne 1885 Ballantyne, Robert Michael 1885. Twice Bought: A Tale of the Oregon Gold Fields, London: J. Nisbet & Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 629–30.

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Harvest of the Sea

Anon

Genre:

Essay

Subjects:

Zoology, Exhibitions, Hunting, Taxonomy, Anatomy, Nomenclature

Institutions mentioned:

Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 630–32.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles  [21/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Travel, Natural History, Ornithology, Botany, Zoology, Hunting, Plenitude, Wonder, Animal Behaviour

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 634–36.

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How to Make the Slides for a Magic Lantern

[F Chasemore] Chasemore, F (fl. 1883) BP1/5/233/1
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Genre:

Instructions

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [10]

Subjects:

Light, Magic, Instruments

See also:

A A Wood, 'Evenings at Home. Pleasant Hours with the Magic Lantern: I—All About Lanterns', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), 16


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 636–38.

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Designs for Lantern Slides. The Misguided Elephant  [3/3]Anon, 'Designs for Lantern Slides. I—The Misguided Elephant', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 588–90
Anon, 'Designs for Lantern Slides. The Misguided Elephant', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 612–13

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Anon

Genre:

Serial—Short Fiction, Drollery; Illustration, Drollery

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [8]

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), facing 639.

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British Sea-Water Fishes

Anon

Genre:

Illustration

Relevant illustrations:

eng. (col.) [56]

Illustrators:

Emerik Emerik, —— (engraver) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/199/2
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/ Binger Binger, Hijman (b. 1824) WBI
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Subjects:

Zoology, Taxonomy

See also:

Anon, 'British Sea Fishes', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 639


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 639.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Disease | Horticulture, Patents, Anatomy

See also:

John G Wood, 'The Aquarium; How to Form, Stock, and Keep It', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 611–13


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 639.

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British Sea Fishes

Anon

Genre:

Notes

Subjects:

Zoology, Taxonomy

See also:

Anon, 'British Sea-Water Fishes', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), facing 639


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Issue 234 (7 July 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 644–46.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV  [4/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [8]

Illustrators:

W W M, pseud.  [Walter W May] May, Walter William (1830–96) WBI
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Subjects:

Exploration, Heroism, Geology, Botany, Zoology, Collecting, Commerce, Progress, Nationalism

People mentioned:

Allen W Young, Young, Sir Allen William (1827–1915) ODNB
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Francis L McClintock, McClintock, Sir Francis Leopold (1819–1907) ODNB
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John Franklin, Franklin, Sir John (1786–1847) ODNB
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Benjamin L Smith, Smith, Benjamin Leigh (1828–1913) ODNB
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James Lamont Lamont, Sir James, 1st Baronet (1828–1913) ODNB
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HMS Fox, HMS Fox
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Pandora, Pandora, yacht
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Eira, Eira, ship
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Samson, Samson, ship
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Diana, Diana, ship
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Willem Barents, Willem Barents, ship
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HMS Challenger, HMS Challenger
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HMS Discovery, HMS Discovery
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HMS Alert, HMS Alert
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Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 647.

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Our Open Column

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Letter, Extract

Publications extracted:

Frank Severn Severn, Frank (fl. 1883) BP1/5/234/2
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Subjects:

Periodicals, Reading, Schools, Mathematics, Education

People mentioned:

Isaac Todhunter, Todhunter, Isaac (1820–84) DSB
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Euclid Euclid (fl. 295 BC) DSB
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Publications cited:

Boy's Own Paper Boy's Own Paper (1879–1900+) Waterloo Directory
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 649–51.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala  [22/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Hunting, Instinct, Botany, Plenitude, Cruelty, Biogeography

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 651–53.

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Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. I—Dolphins and Unicorns  [1/3]Anon, 'Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. II—The Unicorn', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 669
Anon, 'Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. III—The Horses of the Sea', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 731–33

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Anon

Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Comparative Anatomy, Comparative Philology, Nomenclature, Taxonomy

Institutions mentioned:

Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 655.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Breeding, Animal Development, Nutrition, Sanitation, Disease, Medical Treatment, Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 655–56.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Mechanics | Breeding, Specimen Trading | Physical Geography, Astronomy | Magnetism, Specimen Trading | Telegraphy, Commerce | Chemistry, Sanitation | Hunting, Mathematics

Publications cited:

Telegraphist Telegraphist (1883–88) Waterloo Directory
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Issue 235 (14 July 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 660–62.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V  [5/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [9]

Subjects:

Exploration, Physical Geography, Heroism

People mentioned:

Edwin J D Haven, Haven, Edwin Jesse de (1816–65) WBI
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John Franklin, Franklin, Sir John (1786–1847) ODNB
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Elisha K Kane, Kane, Elisha Kent (1820–57) CBD
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Isaac I Hayes, Hayes, Isaac Israel (1832–81) CBD
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Charles F Hall, Hall, Charles Francis (1821–71) CBD
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Emil Bessels, Bessels, Emil (1847–88) WBI
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George E Tyson, Tyson, George Emory (1829–1906) WBI
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Frederick Schwatka, Schwatka, Frederick (Szwatka) (1849–92) WBI
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Allen W Young, Young, Sir Allen William (1827–1915) ODNB
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George W de Long De Long, George Washington (1844–81) WBI
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Institutions mentioned:

Polaris, Polaris, ship
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HMS Terror, HMS Terror
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Jeanette, Jeanette, ship
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Eira Eira, ship
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Markham 1874 Markham, Albert Hastings 1874. A Whaling Cruise to Baffin's Bay and the Gulf of Boothia: And an Account of the Rescue of the Crew of the "Polaris", By Albert Hastings Markham; with an Introduction by Sherard Osborn, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low and Searle
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 665–67.

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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle  [23/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 694–96

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[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Genre:

Novel, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Exploration, Physical Geography, Wonder, Zoology, Entomology, Ornithology, Plenitude

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 669.

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Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. II—The Unicorn  [2/3]Anon, 'Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. I—Dolphins and Unicorns', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 651–53
Anon, 'Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. III—The Horses of the Sea', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 731–33

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Anon

Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Anatomy, Animal Behaviour, Comparative Philology

People mentioned:

Francis T Buckland, Buckland, Francis Trevelyan (1826–80) ODNB
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Richard Owen Owen, Richard (1804–92) DSB
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Institutions mentioned:

HMS Leopard, HMS Leopard
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Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 672.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Ornithology, Biogeography | Ornithology, Animal Development | Chemistry, Domestic Economy, Magnetism, Measurement | Entomology, Chemistry

See also:

Anon, 'Silkworms and their Management', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 445–46


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Issue 236 (21 July 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [681].

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Types of Lowly Life—Wheel-Bearers and Whirlpool-Makers

Anon

Genre:

Illustration

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [6]

Illustrators:

C G Specht Specht, C G (fl. 1883) BP1/5/239/1
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Subjects:

Zoology, Taxonomy

See also:

Anon, 'Holiday Rambles. A Pond in Surrey', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 682–83


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 682–83.

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Holiday Rambles. A Pond in Surrey

Anon

Genre:

Short Fiction

Subjects:

Natural History, Plenitude, Entomology, Animal Behaviour, Collecting, Microscopy, Physiology, Taxonomy


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 683–85.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI  [6/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [3]

Illustrators:

W W M, pseud.  [Walter W May] May, Walter William (1830–96) WBI
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Subjects:

Exploration, Physical Geography, Discovery, Heroism, Meteorology, Patronage

People mentioned:

Semyon Chelyuskin, Chelyuskin, Semyon (fl. 1735–37) http://www.win.tue.nl/~engels/discovery
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Ferdinand L Baron von Wrangell, Wrangell, Ferdinand Ludwig Baron von (1976–1870) WBI
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Elling Carlsen, Carlsen, Elling (b. 1819) WBI
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Richard K Maak, Maak, Richard Karlovich (1825–86) http://www.icc.ru/fed/persons.html
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Adolf E Nordenskjold, Nordenskjöld, Adolf Erik (Nils Adolf Erik) (1832–1901) DSB
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Otto M Torell, Torell, Otto Martin (fl. 1871–1900) WBI
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Benjamin L Smith, Smith, Benjamin Leigh (1828–1913) ODNB
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Oscar Dickson Dickson, Oscar, Baron (1823–97) WBI
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Institutions mentioned:

Dÿmphna, Dÿmphna, ship
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Geological Survey of Sweden, Geological Survey of Sweden
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Æolus, Æolus, ship
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 687.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving
  [1/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Subjects:

Museums, Zoology, Anatomy, Display

People mentioned:

E Ward Ward, Mr E (taxidermist) (fl. c. 1883) BP1/5/236/4
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [688].

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Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Mathematics, Textbooks | Military Technology, Heat, Light, Instruments | Industry, Invention | Geology, Textbooks, Palaeontology, Specimen Trading, Collecting, Methodology | Horticulture, Chemistry

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Euclid, Euclid (fl. 295 BC) DSB
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Henry Billingsley, Billingsley, Sir Henry (d. 1606) ODNB
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Joseph M Jacquard Jacquard, Joseph Marie (1752–1834) CBD
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Gordon Stables, 'Boys' Dogs and all About Them. I—Dignity and Impudence', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 425–26


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Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXV—The Battle on Ida's Isle—Arrival of Boy Green and Flight of the Maalalas—Back in N'Tooba's Land  [25/26]Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 313–15
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter II—The "Eirede" House on the Moor—Daft Jean Weir—The Smugglers—Murdoch's Pool', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 329–31
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter VIII—Life at Beaumont Park—Parting', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 425–27
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter X—A Portion of Stanley's Story Told by Himself—The Fate of the Ivanhoe', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 457–59
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XVIII—Preparations for the March into the Interior—Bivouac in Zanzibar Woods', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 582–84
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXI—Camp Life—A Night Adventure—The Dismal Swamp—Attacked by Crocodiles', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 630–32
Gordon Stables, 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXII—Fighting the Crocodiles—The Home of the Gorillas—"The King with the Click"—Nearing the Land of Makalala', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 649–51
[Gordon Stables], 'Stanley O'Grahame: Boy and Man. A Tale of the Dark Continent. Chapter XXIII—The Lake of the Wizard Waters—Ida's Isle—Father and Daughter—Signs of the Coming Struggle', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 665–67

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Gordon Stables, MD, RN, Author of "Wild Adventures Round the Pole", "The Cruise of the Snowbird", etc Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Novel, Serial

Subjects:

Exploration, Race, Degeneration, Animal Behaviour, Cultural Geography

Reprinted:

Stables 1884 Stables, Gordon 1884. Stanley Grahame, Boy and Man: A Tale of the Dark Continent, London: Hodder and Stoughton
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 699.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Part II
  [2/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Subjects:

Zoology, Anatomy, Display


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 700–01.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII  [7/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 715–17

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [3]

Subjects:

Exploration, Botany, Geology, Discovery, Heroism

People mentioned:

Karl Koldowey, Koldewey, Karl (1837–1908) WBI
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Ernst Hegemann, Hegemann, Ernst (1857–1929) WBI
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August Petermann, Petermann, August (1822–78) ODNB
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Julius von Payer, Payer, Julius von (1842–1915) WBI
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Karl Weyprecht, Weyprecht, Karl (1838–81) WBI
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Elling Carlsen, Carlsen, Elling (b. 1819) WBI
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Albert H Markham, Markham, Sir Albert Hastings (1841–1918) ODNB
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Adolf E Nordenskjold Nordenskjöld, Adolf Erik (Nils Adolf Erik) (1832–1901) DSB
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Germania, Germania, ship
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Hansa, Hansa, ship
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Polaris, Polaris, ship
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Tegethoff Tegetthoff, ship
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), facing 703.

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Our Dogs

Arthur Baker Baker, Arthur (fl. 1883) BP1/5/237/4
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Genre:

eng. (col.)

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wdct.

Illustrators:

Arthur Baker Baker, Arthur (fl. 1883) BP1/5/237/4
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Subjects:

Taxonomy


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Our Dogs

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Genre:

Illustration, Notes

Subjects:

Taxonomy

See also:

Arthur Baker, 'Our Dogs', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), facing 703 , Gordon Stables, 'Boys' Dogs and all About Them. I—Dignity and Impudence', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 425–26


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [704].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Physical Geography, Textbooks | Zoology, Anatomy, Animal Behaviour, Hunting | Health, Disease | Museums

Publications cited:

Maury 1855 Maury, Matthew Fontaine 1855. The Physical Geography of the Sea, New York: Harper & Brothers
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 710.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Part III
  [3/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Ornithology, Display, Dissection


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 715–17.

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The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VIII  [8/8][William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 579–81
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 596–97
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 620–22
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 644–46
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 660–62
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 683–85
[William J Gordon], 'The Thrones of the Ice-King; or, Recent Journeys Towards the Poles. VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 700–01

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[William J Gordon] Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

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Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

P A Schippems Schippems, P A (illustrator) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Subjects:

Exploration, Discovery, Heroism

People mentioned:

Willem Barents, Barents, Willem (d. 1597) CBD
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Henry Hudson, Hudson, Henry (c. 1550–1611) ODNB CBD
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Adolf E Nordenskjold, Nordenskjöld, Adolf Erik (Nils Adolf Erik) (1832–1901) DSB
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Elling Carlsen, Carlsen, Elling (b. 1819) WBI
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Dr Maurits Snellen, Snellen, Dr Maurits (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Lieut. L A H Lamie, Lamie, Lieut L A H (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Dr Kremer, Kremer, Dr (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Dr J M Ruiis, Ruiis, Dr J M (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Dr H Ekama, Ekama, Dr H (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Svend Petersen, Petersen, Svend (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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A A van Dolder, Dolder, A A van (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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J D Bruin, Bruin, J de (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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C M Beutler, Beutler, C M (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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J M Stapper, Stapper, J M (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Beyen, Beyen, —— (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Speelman, Speelman (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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Hoffmann, Hoffmann, —— (explorer) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/238/2
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John Franklin Franklin, Sir John (1786–1847) ODNB
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Mercurius, Mercurius, ship
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Eira, Eira, ship
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Varna, Varna, ship
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Willem Barents Willem Barents, ship
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Publications cited:

De Veer 1598 Veer, Gerrit de 1598. Diarium nauticum, seu vera descriptio trium navigationum admirandarum, & nunquam auditarum, tribus continuis annis factarum à Hollandicis & Zelandicis navibus, as Septentrionem, supra Norvagiam, Moscoviam & Tartariam, verus Catthay & Sinarum regna: Tum ut detecta fuerint VVeygatz fretum, Nova Zembla, & regio sub 80. gradu sita, quam Groenla[n]diam esse censent, quam nullus unquam adjit: Deinde de feris & trucibus vrsis, alijsque monstris marinis, & intolerabili frigore quod pertulerunt. Quemadmodum præterea in postrema navigatione navis in galcie fuerit concreta, & ipsi nautæ in Nova Zembla sub 76. gradu sita, domum fabricarint, atque in ea per 10. mensium satium habitarint, & tandem, relictâ navi in glacie, plura quam 380. milliaria per mare in apertis parvis lintribus navigarint, cum summis periculis, immensis laboribus, & incredibilibus difficultatibus, trans. by C[arolus] C[lusius] A[trebatensis], Amsterdam: Ex officina Cornelij Nicolaij
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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Disease, Sanitation, Breeding, Nutrition, Health, Ornithology, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [720].

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Steamships, Mechanics, Engineering | Ornithology, Breeding, Collecting, Entomology | Transport, Statistics | Physical Geography, Statistics

See also:

John G Wood, 'Birds' Eggs and Egg Collecting', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 478–79


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [720].

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Calendar for September

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Exhibitions


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 731–33.

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Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. III—The Horses of the Sea  [3/3]Anon, 'Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. I—Dolphins and Unicorns', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 651–53
Anon, 'Our Own Sea Fisheries Exhibition. II—The Unicorn', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 669

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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Illustrators:

Specht Specht, C G (fl. 1883) BP1/5/239/1
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Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Display, Anatomy, Taxonomy, Hunting

People mentioned:

Francis T Buckland, Buckland, Francis Trevelyan (1826–80) ODNB
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Richard Owen Owen, Richard (1804–92) DSB
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Institutions mentioned:

HMS Leopard, HMS Leopard
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Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 735.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Part IV
  [4/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Pharmaceuticals, Zoology, Display, Dissection, Anatomy

Publications cited:

Waterton 1879 Waterton, Charles 1879. Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the Antilles, in the Years 1812, 1816, 1820, and 1824: With Original Instructions for the Perfect Preservation of Birds, etc, for Cabinets of Natural History, new edn (with biographical introduction and explanatory index, by the Rev. J. G. Wood), London: Macmillan and Co.
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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Sound, Physics | Hunting, Astronomy, Measurement | Physical Geography, Discovery | Education, Human Development, Morality | Entomology, Taxonomy | Ornithology, Breeding | Entomology, Ornithology, Breeding, Specimen Trading | Physical Geography, Statistics | Steamships, Statistics | Meteorology, Statistics | Meteorology, Textbooks | Military Technology, Industry | Mathematics, Mapping, Methodology | Physical Chemistry

People mentioned:

Abel J Tasman, Tasman, Abel Janszoon (1603–c. 59) CBD
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John Scoffern Scoffern, John (1814–82) COPAC
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Publications cited:

Tyndall 1867, Tyndall, John 1867. Sound: A Course of Eight Lectures Delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, London: Longmans, Green and Co.
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Huxley 1877 Huxley, Thomas Henry 1877. Physiography: An Introduction to the Study of Nature, London: Macmillan and Co.
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'Boys' Dogs and all About Them. I—Dignity and Impudence', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 425–26 , Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 747.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Part V
  [5/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Zoology, Dissection, Anatomy, Display


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 750–51.

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Curiosities of Electricity  [1/2]Arthur Stradling, 'Curiosities of Electricity. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763

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Dr Arthur Stradling Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Electricity, Progress, Telegraphy, Industry, Light, Amusement, Steamships, Railways, Magic, Crime


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 751.

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How to Make a Pantagraph

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Instructions

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Subjects:

Mathematics, Representation, Architecture, Instruments

People mentioned:

Christoph Scheiner, Scheiner, Christoph (1573–1650) DSB
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Euclid Euclid (fl. 295 BC) DSB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 752.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Pneumatics, Instruments, Education | Narcotics, Industry | Hunting, Textbooks | Entomology, Health

Publications cited:

Martin 1882 Martin, John William 1882. Float Fishing and Spinning in the Nottingham Style: Being a Treatise on the So-Called Coarse Fishes, with Instructions for their Capture. Including a Chapter on Pike Fishing, London: S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [761].

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Summer Days

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Genre:

Poetry

Relevant illustrations:

wdct.

Subjects:

Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Wonder


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 763.

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Curiosities of Electricity. Part II  [2/2]Arthur Stradling, 'Curiosities of Electricity', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 750–51

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Dr Arthur Stradling Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Electricity, Medical Treatment, Magnetism, Light, Instruments, Magic, Charlatanry, Spiritualism, Amusement, Telegraphy

People mentioned:

Auguste J B Nélaton Nélaton, Auguste Jean Baptiste (1807–73) WBI
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Publications cited:

Houdin 1868 Houdin, Robert 1868. Les secrets de la prestidigitation et de la magie. Comment on devient sorcier [...], Paris: Michel-Lévy frères
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 763.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Part VI
  [6/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Display


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 768.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Zoology, Biogeography | Natural History, Periodicals, Collecting, Entomology, Display | Botany, Nomenclature | Geology, Physical Chemistry

Publications cited:

Natural History Notes Natural History Notes (1881–83) Waterloo Directory
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [773].

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Ancient and Modern Lights

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Genre:

Illustration

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Subjects:

Light, Architecture, Technology

Institutions mentioned:

Eddystone Lighthouse, Eddystone Lighthouse
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Maplin Sands Pile Lighthouse, Maplin Sands Pile Lighthouse
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Iron Lighthouse, New Caledonia, Iron Lighthouse, New Caledonia
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Winstanley's Lighthouse, Eddystone, Winstanley's Lighthouse, Eddystone
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Nore Lighthouse, Nore Lighthouse, Somerset
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Dungeness Lighthouse, Dungeness Lighthouse
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Iron Lighthouse, Guiana Iron Lighthouse, Guiana
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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Part VII
  [7/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Display, Ornithology, Representation, Controversy


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 783.

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Doings for the Month

[Gordon Stables] Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Cox, Jack 1982. Take a Cold Tub Sir! The Story of the Boy's Own Paper, Guildford: Lutterworth
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Genre:

Regular Feature, Instructions

Subjects:

Animal Development, Nutrition, Medical Treatment, Disease, Ornithology, Sanitation, Horticulture, Botany


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [784].

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Ornithology, Breeding | Geology, Mapping | Physical Chemistry, Heat | Animal Behaviour

See also:

A Professional Judge, 'The Boy's Own Pigeon Loft and Dovecot. Part I—Introduction—The Triangular Dovecot—The Garden Dovecot—The Garden Dovecot—The Pigeon Loft Proper—Plenty of Room an Essential—The Fittings, Shelves, and Nest-Pans—The Roosting Perches—Robinson Crusoe', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 321


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), [784].

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Calendar for September

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Announcement

Subjects:

Hunting, Agriculture, Exhibitions


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Issue 243 (8 September 1883)Expand    Contract

Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 788.

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Revolving Slides for the Magic-Lantern, Without Rack-Work

F Chasemore Chasemore, F (fl. 1883) BP1/5/233/1
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Genre:

Instructions

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [5]

Subjects:

Light, Instruments, Magic


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 790.

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The Tell-Tale: A School Story. Chapter VI  [6/6]

Ascott R Hope, Author of "The Amateur Dominie", "Toby", etc., etc. Hope, Ascott Robert (later Robert Hope Moncrieff) (1846–1927) WBI RLIN
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Genre:

Short Fiction, Serial

Subjects:

Cruelty

Institutions mentioned:

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 791.

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September

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Genre:

Poetry

Subjects:

Agriculture, Plenitude, Religion


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 796, 798.

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Adventures in the Air  [1/3]William J Gordon, 'Adventures in the Air. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 812–13
William J Gordon, 'Adventures in the Air. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 831–32

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W J Gordon, Author of "The Thrones of the Ice-King", etc. Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [4]

Subjects:

Aeronautics, Invention, Wonder, Accidents, Display, Pneumatics, Experiment, Matter Theory

People mentioned:

Jacques A C Charles, Charles, Jacques-Alexandre-César (1746–1823) DSB
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Joseph Black, Black, Joseph (1728–99) DSB
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Etienne J de Montgolfier, Montgolfier, Étienne Jacques de (1745–99) DSB
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Michel J de Montgolfier, Montgolfier, Michel Joseph de (1740–1810) DSB
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Francesco Count Zambeccari, Zambeccari, Francesco, Count (1752–1812) DSB
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Mr Willcox, Willcox, Mr (balloonist) (fl. 1783) BP1/5/243/4
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Mr Boys, Boys, Mr (balloonist) (fl. 1784) BP1/5/243/4
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Paolo Andreani, Andreani, Paolo (b. 1764) WBI
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James Tytler, Tytler, James (1745–1804) ODNB
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Vincenzo Lunardi Lunardi, Vincenzo (1759–1806) ODNB
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Institutions mentioned:

Charlières Charlières, balloon
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 798.

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Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands  [2/3]T C H, 'Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 453–54
T C H, 'Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 810

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T C H H, T C
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Ethnology, Race, Amusement, Cultural Geography


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 798–99.

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Smoking and Smokers

A Arthur Reade Reade, Alfred Arthur (b. 1851) WBI
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Genre:

Essay

Subjects:

Narcotics, Race, Disease, Health, Temperance, Scientific Practitioners

People mentioned:

Diocletian Lewis, Lewis, Diocletian (1825–86) WBI
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James Edmunds, Edmunds, James (b. 1832) WBI
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Charles R Darwin, Darwin, Charles Robert (1809–82) DSB
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John Tyndall, Tyndall, John (1820–93) DSB
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John Lubbock, Lubbock, Sir John, 4th Baronet and 1st Baron Avebury (1834–1913) DSB ODNB
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Joseph D Hooker, Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton (1817–1911) DSB ODNB
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William E Ayrton, Ayrton, William Edward (1847–1908) ODNB
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Robert S Ball, Ball, Sir Robert Stawell (1840–1913) ODNB
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Richard A Proctor, Proctor, Richard Anthony (1837–88) DSB
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Isaac Newton Newton, Sir Isaac (1642–1727) DSB
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Institutions mentioned:

London Athletic Club, London Athletic Club
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American Naval School, Annapolis, American Naval School, Annapolis
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Temperance Hospital Temperance Hospital
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 799.

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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving. Mammalia
  [8/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 814–15

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Subjects:

Zoology, Anatomy

People mentioned:

Gordon Stables Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Publications cited:

Waterton 1879 Waterton, Charles 1879. Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the Antilles, in the Years 1812, 1816, 1820, and 1824: With Original Instructions for the Perfect Preservation of Birds, etc, for Cabinets of Natural History, new edn (with biographical introduction and explanatory index, by the Rev. J. G. Wood), London: Macmillan and Co.
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 800.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Meteorology, Statistics | Aeronautics, Experiment | Botany, Textbooks | Military Technology, Light, Magic, Instruments, Instrument-makers | Physical Geography, Travel, Mapping | Entomology, Display | Metallurgy, Mining, Industry | Hunting, Military Technology

Institutions mentioned:

Meteorological Office Meteorological Office
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Publications cited:

Hooker 1870, Hooker, Joseph Dalton 1870. The Student's Flora of the British Islands, Macmillan's School Class Books, London: Macmillan
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Bentham 1858, Bentham, George 1858. Handbook of the British Flora: A Description of the Flowering Plants and Ferns Indigenous to, or Naturalised in, the British Isles; For the Use of Beginners and Amateurs, 2 vols, London: L. Reeve and Co.
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Babington 1843, Babington, Charles Cardale 1843. Manual of British Botany: Containing the Flowering Plants and Ferns Arranged According to the Natural Orders, London: John Van Voorst
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Hayward 1872, Hayward, W. R. 1872. The Botanist's Pocket-Book: Containing in a Tabulated Form the Chief Characteristics of British Plants, London: Bell & Daldy
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Galton 1855, Galton, Francis 1855. The Art of Travel; or, Shifts and Contrivances Available in Wild Countries, London: John Murray
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Lord and Baines 1871 Lord, William Barry and Baines, Thomas 1871. Shifts and Expedients of Camp Life, Travel & Exploration, London: Horace Cox
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See also:

O O Ashworth, 'Hints on Building Model Yachts', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 572–73 , Nathaniel Barnaby, 'Our Ironclads, and Why They Float', Boy's Own Paper, 4 (1881–1882), 838 , A A Wood, 'Evenings at Home. Pleasant Hours with the Magic Lantern: I—All About Lanterns', Boy's Own Paper, 1 (1879), 16


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 810.

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Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands  [3/3]T C H, 'Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 453–54
T C H, 'Sports and Pastimes in Other Lands', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 798

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T C H H, T C
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Subjects:

Ethnology, Race, Amusement, Cultural Geography


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 811.

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Slings and Catapults, Old and New. I  [1/2]Anon, 'Slings and Catapults, Old and New. II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 823–24

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Anon

Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]

Subjects:

Military Technology, Mechanics, War


Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 812–13.

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Adventures in the Air. Part II  [2/3]William J Gordon, 'Adventures in the Air', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 796, 798
William J Gordon, 'Adventures in the Air. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 831–32

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W J Gordon, Author of "The Thrones of the Ice-King", etc. Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Genre:

Essay, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [3]

Subjects:

Aeronautics, Technology, Amusement, Travel, Accidents, Invention, Heat, Meteorology, Pneumatics, Sound, Magnetism, Measurement, Instruments, Photography, War

People mentioned:

John Jeffries, Jeffries, John (1744–1819) WBI
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Jean P Blanchard, Blanchard, Jean Pierre (or François) (1753–1809) WBI
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Mr Gale, Gale, Mr (aeronaut) (fl. 1847) BP1/5/244/3
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Charles Green, Green, Charles (1785–1870) ODNB
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Col. Burnaby, Burnaby, Col (aeronaut) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/244/3
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Mr Simmons, Simmons, Mr (aeronaut) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/244/3
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James Sadler, Sadler, James (aeronaut) (fl. 1784) BP1/5/244/3
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Windham Sadler, Sadler, Windham (William Windham) (1796–1824) ODNB
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Miss Simonet, Simonet, Miss (aeronaut) (fl. 1785) BP1/5/244/3
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Mrs Sage, Sage, Mrs (aeronaut) (fl. 1785) BP1/5/244/3
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Jean F Pilâtre de Rozier, Pilatre de Rozier, Jean François (1754–85) DSB
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Henry T Coxwell, Coxwell, Henry (Tracey) (1819–1900) ODNB
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John Wise, Wise, John (1808–79) WBI
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Francisque Arban, Arban, Francisque (fl. 1849) http://home.t-online.de/home/LilienthalMuseum/e5.htm
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M Sacharoff, Sacharoff, M (aeronaut) (fl. 1804) BP1/5/244/3
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Joseph L Gay-Lussac, Gay-Lussac, Joseph Louis (1778–1850) DSB
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M Bixio, Bixio, M (fl. 1850) PU1/19/18/2
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James Glaisher, Glaisher, James (1809–1903) DSB
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Camille Flammarion, Flammarion, Camille (1842–1925) DSB
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Wilfrid de Fonvielle, Fonvielle, Wilfrid de (b. 1828) WBI
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Nadar Nadar (Gaspard-Felix Tournachon) (1820–1910) CBD
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Institutions mentioned:

Charlières, Charlières, balloon
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Great Nassau, Great Nassau, balloon
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British Association, British Association for the Advancement of Science
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Crystal Palace Crystal Palace
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The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Waterton, Charles (1782–1865) DSB
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Method of Preserving
  [9/9]John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 687
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 699
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part III', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 710
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part IV', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 735
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part V', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 747
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VI', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Part VII', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 763
John G Wood, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Waterton's Method of Preserving. Mammalia', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 799

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Rev. J G Wood, MA, FLS, Author of "The Aquarium", "Shore Hunting", etc. Wood, John George (1827–89) ODNB
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Genre:

Instructions, Serial

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [3]

Subjects:

Zoology, Anatomy, Display, Dissection, Hunting, Specimen Trading, Entomology

People mentioned:

Gordon Stables Stables, William ('Gordon') ([1837–1840]–1910) ODNB
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Institutions mentioned:

Ushaw College—Waterton's Museum, Ushaw College—Waterton's Museum
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British Museum (Natural History) British Museum (Natural History)
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 815–16.

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Correspondence

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Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Exhibitions, Aeronautics, Technology | Observatories, Time, Measurement, Instruments, Electricity, Magnetism | Health, Human Development | Astronomy, Observation, Discovery | Zoology, Taxonomy | Animal Behaviour, Light | Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Nutrition, Medical Treatment | Chemistry, Medical Treatment | Meteorology, Light | Scientific Practitioners, Anti-Scientism | Industrial Chemistry, Metallurgy | Steamships, Invention, Commerce, Telegraphy | Mathematics, Invention | Societies, Metallurgy, Spiritualism, Industry, Invention

People mentioned:

Charles Wells, Wells, Charles (fl. 1882) http://www.dudleyobservatory.org/index.asp?pg=artifacts_comet_catcher.htm
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Benjamin A Gould, Gould, Benjamin Apthorp (1824–96) DSB
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Edward E Barnard, Barnard, Edward Emerson (1857–1923) DSB
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Joseph Gillott, Gillott, Joseph (1799–1872) ODNB
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Richard Pinson, Pinson, Richard (d. 1530) WBI
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Cuthbert Tunstall Tunstall, Cuthbert (1474–1559) DSB
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Institutions mentioned:

Royal Society, Royal Society of London
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Royal Observatory, Greenwich, Royal Observatory, Greenwich
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Great Eastern Great Eastern, ship
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Publications cited:

Hunt 1851, Hunt, Robert, ed. 1851. Handbook to the Official Catalogues: An Explanatory Guide to the Natural Productions and Manufactures of the Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, 1851, 2 vols, London: Spicer Bros. and W. Clowes
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Swift 1726 [Swift, Jonathan] 1726. Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships, 2 vols, London, B. Motte
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See also:

Arthur Stradling, 'Ghosts at Holly Court', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), 158


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 819–21.

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Fishing in Foreign Waters

T C H H, T C
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Genre:

Essay

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [6]

Subjects:

Hunting, Cultural Geography, Sanitation, Animal Behaviour

People mentioned:

Izaak Walton Walton, Izaak (1593–1683) DSB
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Publications cited:

Fortune 1847 Fortune, Robert 1847. Three Years' Wanderings in the Northern Provinces of China, Including a Visit to the Tea, Silk and Cotton Industries, London: John Murray
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 823–24.

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Slings and Catapults, Old and New. II  [2/2]Anon, 'Slings and Catapults, Old and New. I', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 811

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Whymper Sc Whymper, Edward (1840–1911) ODNB
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Subjects:

Military Technology, Engineering, War

People mentioned:

Christopher Wren Wren, Sir Christopher (1632–1723) DSB
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 826–27.

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Some Curious Cats

Dr Stradling, CMZS Stradling, Arthur (fl. 1882) BP1/5/195/4
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Essay

Subjects:

Animal Behaviour, Zoological Gardens, Hunting, Animal Development

People mentioned:

A P Morres Morres, Rev A P (fl. 1883) BP1/5/245/3
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Institutions mentioned:

Zoological Society—Gardens Zoological Society of London —Gardens
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 831–32.

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Adventures in the Air. Part III  [3/3]William J Gordon, 'Adventures in the Air', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 796, 798
William J Gordon, 'Adventures in the Air. Part II', Boy's Own Paper, 5 (1882–83), 812–13

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W J Gordon, Author of "The Thrones of the Ice-King", etc. Gordon, William James (fl. 1899–1903) WBI
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Subjects:

Aeronautics, Technology, Travel, Invention, Electricity, Exhibitions

People mentioned:

Francisco de Lana, Lana, Francisco de (fl. 1670) WBI
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Roger Bacon, Bacon, Roger (c. 1219–c. 1292) DSB
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Archimedes, Archimedes (c. 287–212 BC) DSB
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George Pocock, Pocock, Sir George (1706–92) ODNB
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André J Garnerin, Garnerin, André Jacques (1769–1823) CBD
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Mr Ruparento, Ruparento, Mr (aeronaut) (fl. 1808) BP1/5/245/4
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John Hampton, Hampton, John (c. 1799–1871) WBI
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Mr Sanson, Sanson, Mr (aeronaut) (fl. 1837) BP1/5/245/4
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William S Henson, Henson, William Samuel (1812–88) Day and McNeil 1996
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M Jullien, Jullien, M (aeronaut) (fl. 1850) BP1/5/245/4
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Nadar, Nadar (Gaspard-Felix Tournachon) (1820–1910) CBD
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George Cayley, Cayley, Sir George (1771–1857) CBD
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Stanilas C Dupuy de Lome, Dupuy de Lome, Stanilas Charles (1816–85) http://www.netmarine.net/tradi/celebres/dupuy
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Adolf E Nordenskjold, Nordenskjöld, Adolf Erik (Nils Adolf Erik) (1832–1901) DSB
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Oscar Dickson Dickson, Oscar, Baron (1823–97) WBI
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Institutions mentioned:

Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington, Great International Fisheries Exhibition, South Kensington
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Aeronautical Exhibition, Paris Aeronautical Exhibition, Paris
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 832.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Geology, Mining, Botany | Natural History, Zoology, Textbooks | Ornithology, Animal Development | Physical Geography, Meteorology, Heat | Mapping, Practice, Measurement | Meteorology, Light, Physics, Astronomy, Observation | Botany, Crystallography

People mentioned:

Albert H Markham Markham, Sir Albert Hastings (1841–1918) ODNB
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Publications cited:

Wood 1861, Wood, John George 1861. The Boy's Own Book of Natural History: Illustrated with Three Hundred and Thirty Engravings [1860], London: Routledge, Warne & Routledge
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Nicholson 1870, Nicholson, Henry Alleyne 1870. A Manual of Zoology for the Use of Students, with a General Introduction on the Principles of Zoology, London: W. Blackwood and Sons
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Maunder 1848 Maunder, Samuel 1848. The Treasury of Natural History; or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature: In Which the Zoological Characteristics that Distinguish the Different Classes, Genera, and Species, are Combined with a Variety of Interesting Information Illustrative of the Habits, Instincts, and General Economy of the Animal Kingdom. To Which are Added, a Syllabus of Practical Taxidermy, and a Glossarial Appendix, London: Longman, Brown, Gree, and Longmans
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Anon, 'Some Favourite British Birds' Eggs', Boy's Own Paper, 2 (1879–80), facing 478


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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 846.

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Fresh-Water Jelly-Fish

J H Bartlett, LRCP Bartlett, J H (LRCP) (fl. 1883) BP1/5/246/1
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Subjects:

Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Anatomy, Animal Development

Institutions mentioned:

Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
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Boy's Own Paper,  5 (1882–83), 847.

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Correspondence

Anon

Genre:

Regular Feature, Editorial Reply, Instructions

Subjects:

Specimen Trading, Manufactories | Ornithology, Animal Behaviour, Animal Development, Aeronautics | Horticulture, Machinery | Transport, Statistics | Zoology, Anatomy | Aeronautics, Invention, Accidents | Breeding, Animal Development, Nutrition, Health | Hunting, Breeding

People mentioned:

Henry T Coxwell, Coxwell, Henry (Tracey) (1819–1900) ODNB
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James Glaisher, Glaisher, James (1809–1903) DSB
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Michel J de Montgolfier, Montgolfier, Michel Joseph de (1740–1810) DSB
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Jean F Pilâtre de Rozier Pilatre de Rozier, Jean François (1754–85) DSB
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Publications cited:

Turnor 1865 Turnor, Christopher Hatton 1865. Astra Casta: Experiments and Adventures in the Atmosphere, London: Chapman and Hall
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See also:

Gordon Stables, 'The Boy's Own Museum; or, Birds and Beasts, and How to Stuff Them', Boy's Own Paper, 3 (1880–81), 21–22


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