Jennie Baxter Journalist

Jennie Baxter Journalist

Reproduction of the original: Jennie Baxter Journalist by Robert Barr

Author: Robert Barr

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783734091407

Category: Fiction

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Reproduction of the original: Jennie Baxter Journalist by Robert Barr
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Jennie Baxter Journalist

Jennie Baxter  Journalist

Now , Gretlich , I want you to help make Miss Baxter's stay here so pleasant that she will never want to leave us . " “ I shall do my best , your Highness , ” said ... To her pitying listener she told her 178 JENNIE BAXTER , JOURNALIST .

Author: Robert Barr

Publisher: Copp, Clark

ISBN: NYPL:33433074932272

Category: Detective and mystery stories, English

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I am to dine with him this evening, and I shall cordially recommend you. I may say that Briggs has gone to that celebrated London detective Mr. Cadbury Taylor, and has engaged him to solve the diamond mystery. So you see you will have a clear field. If you can leave for the castle to-morrow night, you may have the pleasure of Mr. Cadbury Taylor's company. He isn't visiting the castle, but goes straight to Vienna; so if you work your cards rightly, you can be in the same carriage with him as far as Munich, and during that time you may find out perhaps what he thinks about the case. I know only this much about his theory, and that is he thinks the right place to begin is in Vienna, where some, at least, of the stones are supposed to have been pawned."
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Jennie Baxter Journalist

Jennie Baxter Journalist

Miss Jennie Baxter, with several final and dainty touches that put to rights her hat and dress—a little pull here and a pat there—regarded herself with some complacency in the large mirror that was set before her, as indeed she had ...

Author: Robert Barr

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ISBN: 9783734091414

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Jennie Baxter Journalist

Jennie Baxter  Journalist

I am to dine with him this evening, and I shall cordially recommend you.

Author: Robert Barr

Publisher: Copp, Clark

ISBN: UVA:X001179982

Category: Detective and mystery stories, English

Page: 337

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I am to dine with him this evening, and I shall cordially recommend you. I may say that Briggs has gone to that celebrated London detective Mr. Cadbury Taylor, and has engaged him to solve the diamond mystery. So you see you will have a clear field. If you can leave for the castle to-morrow night, you may have the pleasure of Mr. Cadbury Taylor's company. He isn't visiting the castle, but goes straight to Vienna; so if you work your cards rightly, you can be in the same carriage with him as far as Munich, and during that time you may find out perhaps what he thinks about the case. I know only this much about his theory, and that is he thinks the right place to begin is in Vienna, where some, at least, of the stones are supposed to have been pawned."
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Jennie Baxter Journalist One Day s Courtship and The Heralds of Fame In the Midst of Alarms

Jennie Baxter  Journalist  One Day s Courtship  and The Heralds of Fame   In the Midst of Alarms

Robert Barr (16 September 1849 - 21 October 1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist. Robert Barr was born in Barony, Lanark, Scotland to Robert Barr and Jane Watson.

Author: Robert Barr

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ISBN: 9390195497

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Robert Barr (16 September 1849 - 21 October 1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist. Robert Barr was born in Barony, Lanark, Scotland to Robert Barr and Jane Watson. In 1854, he emigrated with his parents to Upper Canada at the age of four years old. His family settled on a farm near the village of Muirkirk. Barr assisted his father with his job as a carpenter, and developed a sound work ethic. Robert Barr then worked as a steel smelter for a number of years before he was educated at Toronto Normal School in 1873 to train as a teacher. After graduating Toronto Normal School, Barr became a teacher, and eventually headmaster/principal of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario in 1874. While Barr worked as head master of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario, he began to contribute short stories-often based on personal experiences, and recorded his work. On August 1876, when he was 27, Robert Barr married Ontario-born Eva Bennett, who was 21. According to the 1891 England Census, the couple appears to have had three children, Laura, William, and Andrew. In 1876, Barr quit his teaching position to become a staff member of publication, and later on became the news editor for the Detroit Free Press. Barr wrote for this newspaper under the pseudonym, "Luke Sharp." The idea for this pseudonym was inspired during his morning commute to work when Barr saw a sign that read "Luke Sharp, Undertaker." In 1881, Barr left Canada to return to England in order to start a new weekly version of "The Detroit Free Press Magazine."
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Jennie Baxter Journalist One Day s Courtship and The Heralds of Fame

Jennie Baxter  Journalist   One Day s Courtship  and The Heralds of Fame

Robert Barr (16 September 1849 - 21 October 1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist. Robert Barr was born in Barony, Lanark, Scotland to Robert Barr and Jane Watson.

Author: Robert Barr

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ISBN: 9390209153

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Robert Barr (16 September 1849 - 21 October 1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist. Robert Barr was born in Barony, Lanark, Scotland to Robert Barr and Jane Watson. In 1854, he emigrated with his parents to Upper Canada at the age of four years old. His family settled on a farm near the village of Muirkirk. Barr assisted his father with his job as a carpenter, and developed a sound work ethic. Robert Barr then worked as a steel smelter for a number of years before he was educated at Toronto Normal School in 1873 to train as a teacher. After graduating Toronto Normal School, Barr became a teacher, and eventually headmaster/principal of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario in 1874. While Barr worked as head master of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario, he began to contribute short stories-often based on personal experiences, and recorded his work. On August 1876, when he was 27, Robert Barr married Ontario-born Eva Bennett, who was 21. According to the 1891 England Census, the couple appears to have had three children, Laura, William, and Andrew. In 1876, Barr quit his teaching position to become a staff member of publication, and later on became the news editor for the Detroit Free Press. Barr wrote for this newspaper under the pseudonym, "Luke Sharp." The idea for this pseudonym was inspired during his morning commute to work when Barr saw a sign that read "Luke Sharp, Undertaker." In 1881, Barr left Canada to return to England in order to start a new weekly version of "The Detroit Free Press Magazine."
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Jennie Baxter Journalist 1899 Classic Reprint

Jennie Baxter Journalist  1899  Classic Reprint

About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

Author: Robert Barr

Publisher: Forgotten Books

ISBN: 0332203182

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Excerpt from Jennie Baxter Journalist, 1899 On this occasion Miss Jennie had paid more than usual attention to her toilette, for she was about to set out to capture a man, and the man was no other than Radnor Hardwick, the capable editor of the Daily Bugle, which was considered at that moment to be the most enterprising morning journal in the great metropolis of London, England. Miss Bax ter had done work for some of the evening papers, several of the weeklies, and a number of the month lies, and the income she made was reasonably good. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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The Strong Arm Jennie Baxter Journalist In the Midst of Alarms

The Strong Arm  Jennie Baxter  Journalist   In the Midst of Alarms

Robert Barr (16 September 1849 - 21 October 1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist. Robert Barr was born in Barony, Lanark, Scotland to Robert Barr and Jane Watson.

Author: Robert Barr

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ISBN: 9390195314

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Robert Barr (16 September 1849 - 21 October 1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist. Robert Barr was born in Barony, Lanark, Scotland to Robert Barr and Jane Watson. In 1854, he emigrated with his parents to Upper Canada at the age of four years old. His family settled on a farm near the village of Muirkirk. Barr assisted his father with his job as a carpenter, and developed a sound work ethic. Robert Barr then worked as a steel smelter for a number of years before he was educated at Toronto Normal School in 1873 to train as a teacher. After graduating Toronto Normal School, Barr became a teacher, and eventually headmaster/principal of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario in 1874. While Barr worked as head master of the Central School of Windsor, Ontario, he began to contribute short stories-often based on personal experiences, and recorded his work. On August 1876, when he was 27, Robert Barr married Ontario-born Eva Bennett, who was 21. According to the 1891 England Census, the couple appears to have had three children, Laura, William, and Andrew. In 1876, Barr quit his teaching position to become a staff member of publication, and later on became the news editor for the Detroit Free Press. Barr wrote for this newspaper under the pseudonym, "Luke Sharp." The idea for this pseudonym was inspired during his morning commute to work when Barr saw a sign that read "Luke Sharp, Undertaker." In 1881, Barr left Canada to return to England in order to start a new weekly version of "The Detroit Free Press Magazine."
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Jennie Baxter

Jennie Baxter

Author: Robert Barr

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ISBN: LCCN:99005037

Category: Women journalists

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The Search for the Girl Jennie Baxter 4

The Search for the Girl  Jennie Baxter  4

4 THE ADVENTURES OF JENNIE BAXTER , REPORTER The Fourth Adventure of a Victorian Lady Journalist by COTTREL HOE The Search for the Girl Table of Contents COPYRIGHT INFORMATION INTRODUCTION THE SEARCH FOR THE. Front Cover.

Author: Cottrel Hoe

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 9781479458653

Category: Fiction

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Fallout continues from Jennie's impersonation of the Princess von Steinheimer at the Duchess of Chiselhurst’s Ball—with a detective now on the trail of the impersonator! Fourth in the Jennie Baxter series. Includes an introduction by John Betancourt.
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