4 edition of Sybil Campbell, or, The queen of the isle found in the catalog.
Sybil Campbell, or, The queen of the isle
May Agnes Fleming
Microfiche. Louisville, KY : Lost Cause Press. 1967. microfiches. (Wright American fiction ; v. 2 (1851-1875), no. 918)
|Statement||by May Agnes Fleming (Miss M.A. Earlie)|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 2 (1851-1875), no. 918|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
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Sybil Campbell: Or, the Queen of the Isle, by Cousin May CarletonAuthor: May Agnes Fleming. Get this from a library. Sybil Campbell: or, The queen of the isle. [May Agnes Early Fleming]. Sybil Campbell OBE ( – 29 August ) was the first woman to be appointed as a stipendiary magistrate in Britain when she became metropolitan police magistrate at Tower Bridge Magistrate's Court in She was thus the first woman to be a professional magistrate or judge in Britain, and remained the only full-time woman magistrate or judge in England until her retirement in and.
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An Awful Mystery; or Sybil Campbell, the Queen of the Isle. A.K.A. The Queen of the Isle, Or, Sybil Campbell; Victoria; Or, The Heiress of Castle Cliff () The Baronet's Bride; Or, A Woman's Vengeance () Magdalen's Vow () Guy Earlscourt's Wife () A Wonderful Woman () A Terrible Secret () A Mad Marriage () The Midnight Nationality: Canadian.
The Sybil Campbell Library Collection and the Centre for the History of Women’s Education at the University of Winchester will be holding a symposium on Winchester, Women, and Education on 18th September from to at Hampshire Records and Archives Centre, Sussex Street, Winchester, SO23 8TH.
Three weeks later Sybil reaffirmed her belief in the existence of her other selves in a letter to Miss Updyke, the school nurse of undergraduate days.” ― Flora Rheta Schreiber, Sybil: The Classic True Story of a Woman Possessed by Sixteen PersonalitiesCited by: 4.
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May Agnes Fleming. Sybil Campbell; or, The Queen of the Isle. A Romance of the er 1, Found in: Twenty-Five Cent Novels, no. 1; Saturday Journal/Star Journal (various title changes), no. ; Cheap Edition of Popular Authors, no.
This story appeared previously, under the same title but with the author's pseudonym "Cousin May Carleton," as a serial in the New York Mercury. Flora Rheta Schreiber was the psychiatry editor of Science Digest when she first heard about Sybil.
She spent seven years writing this book. She is also the author of The Shoemaker. She died in in New York City of a heart attack/5(80). LADY Colin Campbell has come under fire for a lucrative new book about the Queen and Prince Philip’s marriage, which has been blasted as “distasteful, unnecessary and tawdry”.Author: Nicole Stinson.
Sybil Campbell was born in 1 She was the daughter of Neil Graeme Campbell and Maude Bovill. 1 She died inwithout issue. 1 She was educated at Girton College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England G.
1 She was admitted to Middle Temple in entitled to practise as a Barrister-at-Law. 1 She held the office of Stipendiary Magistrate for England. BFWG Sybil Campbell Collection Notes on using the online catalogue.
The contents of the Collection reflect its close association with the British Federation of University Women (founded ) and the International Federation of University Women (founded ). Queen of Isle Restaurant and Cottages.
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This book is a wonderful historical fiction with a touch of romance. Mary is a quiet girl working in a castle when her king, Charles I of England, is brought there and imprisoned/5. Hello everyone. Today I'll be discussing this book that discusses this queen's life through the historical fiction genre.
Sybilla de Normandie ( – July 12 or 13, ) was queen consort of Scotland due to her marriage to Alexander I. Sybilla was the first child of Henry I of England and his mistress Lady Sybilla Corbet of Alcester (b.
in Alcester, Warwickshire, d. after ).Children: Malcolm MacAlexandair, Malcolm Dunkeld (Dunkeld) MacEth, Canmore De Ross, Malcolm (Dunkeld) MacEth.An awful mystery: or, Sybil Campbell, the queen of the isle / (New York: Beadle and Adams, c) (page images at HathiTrust) The Baronet's Bride, or, A Woman's Vengeance (Chicago: M.A.
Donohue, ca) (multiple formats at ) The Baronet's Bride, or, A Woman's Vengeance (New York: The New York Book Co., ) (Gutenberg text).Queen of the Isle was the third vessel to enter service with the line, and the second to be constructed by Robert Napier & Co. Queen of the Isle was a carvel built wooden paddle steamer which had a registered tonnage of '; beam 21'6"; depth 12'7".
Schooner rigged with a standing bowsprit, her engine developed a nominal horse-power of h.p.; and gave her a design speed of Owner: – IOMSPCo.