Search the library for more like this Lord Mayor of London - DURING the next four years Wilkes was the most conspicuous figure in the turbulent arena of city politics. Two powerful factions were arrayed against him all the while, disputing his progress step by step, the mercantile adherents of the Government and the … Continue reading Lord Mayor of London
Share Search the Library for more like this View the Photostream Tradesmen’s Tokens No III This is the third and final part of a three part series on Tradesmen’s Tokens. Tradesmen’s Tokens were commonly used by tradesmen as a form of currency when there was a shortage of the normal types of coin. … Continue reading Tradesmen’s Tokens No III
CONCERNING the purpose and scope of this little book I have but to repeat what I have said in the prefaces to my other works of the same nature—A Book of the West, A Book of Dartmoor, A Book of Brittany—that it is not intended as a Guide, but merely as an introduction to North Wales, for the use of intending visitors, that they may know something of the history of that delightful land they are about to see.
Welsh history is a puzzle to most Englishmen; accordingly I have made an attempt to simplify it sufficiently for the visitor to grasp its outlines. Without a knowledge of the history of a country in which one travels more than half its interest is lost.
1st March 2010 Library Updates Today we added 7311 new documents to the Ultrapedia Library. Many are letters, lectures, journals, narratives and diaries from notable historical figures – they are a joy to read and explore. We hope you enjoy discovering them. We also continue to clean up the Library and have removed a further … Continue reading 1st March 2010 Library Updates
We now have more need than ever for wise advice, so I have been delving around in our archives to see how our forefathers handled financial crises in the past. With this in mind I have included in this posting a few paragraphs from a debate between Professor Edwin Seligman, head of the Department of … Continue reading Historical Perspective on the Federal Reserve
Since the beginning of the year we’ve been refining the Library, the search interface and website. The Library has had a major overhaul, and you’ll now find our books easier to read and access. We’ve removed what we call the ‘padding’ to a book, which is all the stuff that isn’t relevant to the main … Continue reading New Ultrapedia Website
Also posted in the Ultrapedia Forums We are already part way through creating V4s of books in the Ultrapedia Library. Book titles beginning with letter ‘A’ is now complete. See the eariler posting Beyond V3s – What’s Next? for more information. A byproduct of creating V4s is weeding out the badly recognised titles. We call … Continue reading V31s- Badly Recognised Titles
BIBLIOGRAPHY The works of writers mentioned in the text are not here cited. i. WHOLE PERIOD. Alaux, ‘Histoire de la Philosophic. 1882. Baumann, ‘ Geschichte der Philosophic’. 1890. Belfort Bax (Bohn’s). 3rd edition. 1904. Bergmann, ‘Geschichte der Philosophic’. 2 vols. 1892-1894. Brucker,’ Historia Critica Philosophiac’ 6 vols. 1797. Buhle,’ Lehrbuch der Geschichte der Philosophic’ 8 … Continue reading A Short History of Philosophy – BIBLIOGRAPHY