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W. Blackwood and Sons


W. Blackwood and Sons is a book publisher. Some of the books published by W. Blackwood and Sons include The Diary of David Rubinowicz, Middlemarch;: A study of provincial life, Sepoy generals, Wellington to Roberts, and A man of Devon,.

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1. Middlemarch: a Study of Provincial Life (Hardcover)
    Author: George Eliot
(Unknown)  /1883
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2. Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories. (includes Heart of Darkness) (...
    Author: Joseph Conrad
(Unknown)  /1902
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3. The Diary of David Rubinowicz (Unknown Binding)
    Author: Dawid Rubinowicz
(Unknown)  /1981
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1 Reviews  
4. Adam bede (Hardcover)
    Author: George Eliot
(Unknown)  /9999
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1 Reviews
5. Esther Waters (Hardcover)
    Author: George Moore
(Unknown)  /1952
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6. The First Hundred Thousand. Being the Unofficial Chronicle of a Unit of ...
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1939
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7. Heloise and Abelard (Hardcover)
    Author: George Moore
(Unknown)  /1928
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8. The First Hundred Thousand (Hardcover)
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1927
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9. The first hundred thousand, being the unofficial chronicle of a unit of ...
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  01/01/1916
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10. First Hundred Thousand, Being the Unofficial Chronicle of a Unit of &quo...
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1916
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11. First hundred thousand (Unknown binding)
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1916
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12. First hundred thousand (Unknown binding)
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1916
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13. First hundred thousand (Unknown binding)
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1916
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14. Middlemarch (Hardcover)
    Author: George Eliot
(Unknown)  /1913
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3 Reviews
15. The Longest Journey ( 1st/1st ) (Hardcover)
    Author: E. M. Forster
(Unknown)  /1907
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16. On the shores of the great sea (Hardcover)
    Author: M. B. Synge
(Unknown)  /1907
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17. The Longest Journey (Hardcover)
    Author: E. M. Forster
(Unknown)  /1907
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18. Eothen (Hardcover)
    Author: A.W. Kinglake
(Unknown)  /1904
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7 Reviews  
19. Eothen, or, Traces of travel brought home from the East. (Hardcover)
    Author: A.W. Kinglake
(Unknown)  /1904
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7 Reviews  
20. Youth, A Narrative, And Two Other Stories [FACSIMILE] (Paperback)
    Author: Joseph Conrad, Joseph Conrad, Joseph, ; Conrad, Joseph, Conrad
(Unknown)  /1902
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21. Sepoy generals, Wellington to Roberts (Hardcover)
    Author: GW Forrest
(Unknown)  /1901
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22. A man of Devon, (Unknown Binding)
    Author: John Galsworthy
(Unknown)  /1901
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23. Tom Cringle's Log (Hardcover)
    Author: Michael Scott
(Unknown)  /1900
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24. The First Hundred Thousand (Hardcover)
    Author: Ian Hay
(Unknown)  /1900
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25. The tragedy of King Richard the Second; (Blackwood's school Shakespeare)...
    Author: William Shakespeare
(Unknown)  /1898
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15 Reviews  
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