7 edition of Kings in the counting house found in the catalog.
Kings in the counting house
|Statement||by Herbert Mitgang.|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.I83 K5 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||82072062|
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Herbert Author: Herbert Mitgang. _The King Was In His Counting House_ might best be described as history-as-fantasy. It is set in the Renaissance Italy of Jacobean tragedy rather than history, where every powerful nobleman is a Machiavellian fiend, plots abound, and virtue is in peril/5(10).
That title, along with book no. 3, A Prayer for Barney Thomson a/k/a Murders Anonymous, drew deep upon the city of Glasgow for setting and atmosphere; so much so that Glasgow was almost like a character in itself in the books.
In The King Was In His Counting House, elsewhere titled The Resurrection of Barney Thomson [the digital online version I believe], author Douglas Lindsay /5(8). Get this from a library.
Kings in the counting house: a novel. [Herbert Mitgang]. That title, along with book no. 3, A Prayer for Barney Thomson a/k/a Murders Anonymous, drew deep upon the city of Glasgow for setting and atmosphere; so much so that Glasgow was almost like a character in itself in the books.
In The King Was In His Counting House, elsewhere titled The Resurrection of Barney Thomson [the digital online version I believe], author Douglas Lindsay Reviews: 8. The King Was In His Counting House - Kindle edition by McCoy, Daniel.
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He declared himself head of the Church of England not only because he wanted to marry Anne Boleyn and divorce Catherine of Aragon, but also because he wanted to resolve his financial problems by expropriating the catholic church’s having done that it is very likely. Book Search Engine Can Find Kings in the Counting House by Mitgang, Herbert.
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Hard Cover. First Edition. Volume 1: The Royal House; Volume 2: The Royal Families; and Volume 3 Plates, Indexes. Limited Edition. This Edition of The Book of Kings is limited to 55 copies of which numbers are not for sale. Hand-bound by Zaehnsdorf of London for the Arcadia Press in This is Copy # 6.
"The King was in his Counting House" is the seventh episode of the fifth series of the British comedy series Dad's Army. It was originally transmitted on 17 November Plot. Mainwaring is organising a drinks party at his house, in spite of his wife's fears that he and his men will "get drunk and smash the house up".A counting house or counting room was traditionally an office where the financial books of a business were kept.
It was also where the business received appointments and correspondence relating to demands for payment. As the use of counting houses spread in the 19th century, so did their reputation as often uncomfortable and dreary places to work.Description: _The King Was In His Counting House_ might best be described as history-as-fantasy.
It is set in the Renaissance Italy of Jacobean tragedy rather than history, where every powerful nobleman is a Machiavellian fiend, plots abound, and virtue is in peril.