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Reprinted from the H M Caldwell edition of 1900.

Author: Eugene Sue


ISBN: 1406806595

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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Reprinted from the H M Caldwell edition of 1900.
2012-12 By Eugene Sue

Easy-to-read, colourillustrated, short chronicle of the Knights in Malta by a Malta University historian. Legacy of the Order in Malta ... The Royal Navy at Malta 1900–2000 by Ben Warlow, Maritime Books, 2002. A book of blackand-white ...

Author: Juliet Rix

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN: 9781841623122

Category: Travel

Page: 312

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There is much to see in Malta beyond the beach. With Bradt's Malta visitors will discover this island's history, archaeology and birds alongside eating and sleeping options of character and interest.
2010 By Juliet Rix

P.J.O. DOUBLET: L'lnvasion et I'Occupation de Malte. Paris. 1883. C.T.E. DE TOULGOET: Les Responsabilités de la Capitulation de Malte en 1798. (Revue des Questions Historiques. 1900.) DE LA JONQUIÈRE: L'Expedition d'Égypte. Paris. 1901.

Author: Reuben Cohen

Publisher: DigiCat

ISBN: EAN:8596547374534

Category: History

Page: 56

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DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Knights of Malta, 1523-1798" by Reuben Cohen. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
2022-09-16 By Reuben Cohen

The chapter on the Navy of the Knights offers the first rigorous study of the Order's strategic naval role in the Mediterranean.

Author: H. J. A. Sire


ISBN: UOM:39015032874250

Category: Art

Page: 344

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The chapter on the Navy of the Knights offers the first rigorous study of the Order's strategic naval role in the Mediterranean. The final section describes the resurgence of the Order since Napoleon's conquest of Malta in 1798, and its efforts over two centuries to recover an effective role. It considers the attempt in the 1950s to subject the Order to Vatican control, and its position today, under the first English Grand Master in its history.
1994 By H. J. A. Sire

St Paul's Grollo , Church and Museum at Rabat , Malta , Malta , 1990 J. Azzopardi , D. Stone , ' Above Caravaggio : The ... The Iconography of the Maltese Islands 1400-1900 : Painting , Malta , 1988 - M. Buhagiar , ' Reliquary of the ...

Author: Keith Sciberras


ISBN: UOM:39015062595858

Category: Church decoration and ornament

Page: 260

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2004 By Keith Sciberras

Isterico , by Knight of Malta 1902 b . f . by Veracity Mr W. G. Stevens 1903 gr . c . by Grey Friars 1905 by Knight of Malta Had , in 1900 , f . ( dead ) by Darnley , and was barren in 1904 .



ISBN: NYPL:33433081915203

Category: Horses


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Approaches to Mediaeval Malta . ... Mangion , G. Melitensia 1900–1975 . Malta : Malta Historical Society , 1975 . ... Mifsud , Canon Monsignor A. Knights Hospitallers of the Venerable Tongue of England in Malta . Malta , 1914 .

Author: Desmond Gregory

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN: 0838635903

Category: Political Science

Page: 370

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This book describes how the island of Malta became a protectorate of the British Crown during the wars against Napoleon after the failures of the Knights of Saint John, republican France, the Two Sicilies, and finally imperial Russia to fill the role of its best defender. Author Desmond Gregory also explains why most, though not all, Maltese people welcomed the protection of Britain, the supreme naval power in the Mediterranean after the battle of Aboukir Bay.
1996 By Desmond Gregory

In 1888 he was hired by Hornblower & Weeks as its only staff member and was promoted to the partnership in 1900. ... Knight of St. Gregory as well , and master of the American chapter of the Knights of Malta , of which he was named its ...

Author: Paula M. Kane

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 080785364X

Category: History

Page: 432

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Arguing that Catholicism was a central integrating force among different ethnic and class groups, Paula Kane explores the role of religious identity in Boston in the early twentieth century. In Separatism and Subculture she traces the effect of changing class status on religious identity and solidarity, and she delineates the social and cultural meaning of Catholicism in a city where Yankee Protestant nativism persisted even as its hegemony was in decline. While the Catholic Church served as a force for integration and acculturation in Boston, it also provided a distinct subculture for the city's Catholics in order to maintain its influence in the lives of the faithful. By the early twentieth century, Catholics had begun to achieve the economic success that was essential to cultural assimilation. But Church leaderswhile acknowledging the importance of this developmentnevertheless directed Catholics to reject secular modernity for the sanctity of the Church. To implement this strategy of separatist integration, clergy and laity coordinated existing charities, social services, and schools into a specifically Catholic refuge. New institutions emerged as well as did displays of Catholic identity such as parades, public forums, and proselytizing campaigns. Under Archbishop William O'Connell, the Church relied upon its dual insider-outsider image to unify the Catholic community and avert the contradictions of assimilation. These contradictions, says Kane, reflected Catholic ambivalence toward secular culture and concern over social and economic matters, including gender roles and feminism, capitalism, individualism, and the role of the state in philanthropy and social reform. In her analysis of Catholic lay experience, Kane makes use of a wide range of sources, from conversion narratives, fiction, and poetry to the voluminous outpourings of the Catholic press, and she juxtaposes Catholics' responses to various aspects of high culture - including aesthetics, architecture, literature, and medievalism - with their reactions to such popular diversions as dime novels, the stories of the muckraking press, vaudeville, and films.
2001-08-01 By Paula M. Kane

C. The Order of Malta Allen , D.F. " The Social and Religious World of a Knight of Malta in the Caribbean , c . 1632–1660 . " In Malta , A Case Study in ... Buhagiar , M. The Iconography of the Maltese Islands , 1400–1900 .

Author: Jean-Claude Dubé

Publisher: University of Ottawa Press

ISBN: 9780776617053

Category: History

Page: 430

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In The Chevalier de Montmagny, Jean-Claude Dubé documents the extraordinary career of Charles Huault de Montmagny, first governor of the colony of New France. Born in Paris in 1601, and educated by the Jesuits, Montmagny studied law at the Université d'Orléans, joined the Order of Malta, and enjoyed a colourful career as a Hospitalier privateer in the Mediterranean, before arriving in New France in the spring of 1636. While Montmagny wasted little time in applying the experience he gained fighting the Ottoman Turks to New France's disputes with the Iroquois, he has also been credited with playing a key role in both ensuring the survival of the colony and the entrenchment of a religious elite. His exploits caught the imagination of Cyrano de Bergerac, who later cast Montmagny as a character in his novel L'autre monde. This well-documented study - which in its original French edition was shortlisted for the Governor General's Literary Award in 1999 - adds an important dimension to our understanding of the social, religious, and political history of New France.
2005-04-28 By Jean-Claude Dubé

The knight of Malta ; illustrated with etchings by Adrian Marcel . By Eugene Sue . Boston , F. A. Niccolls & co . ( 1900 2 p . L. 7-399 p . 5 pl . ( incl . front . ) 236 . Edition de luxe , limited to 1000 copies ; this copy not ...



ISBN: UOM:39015082989792

Category: Union catalogs

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