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rb_fairytales_039.pdf
Le cabinet des fées, ou, Collection choisie des contes des fées, et autres contes merveilleux.

rb_fairytales_051.pdf
Title, series, and imprint statement transcribed from upper cover. Series transposed from head of cover.

rb_fairytales_038.pdf
Woodcut illustrations (except on front cover) are hand-colored.

rb_fairytales_052.pdf
Hand-stitched overlocking along the spine.

rb-LindsayShaw-001.pdf
A scarce and highly unusual children's book in that it treats of a topical political issue, in this case 'Votes for Women'. Kathleen Ainslie took her inspiration from Florence Upton and her The Adventures of Two Dutch Dolls (origin of Golliwogg). She…

rb-LindsayShaw-002.pdf
Coloured lithograph illustrations, with text lithographed as handwriting.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_011.pdf
Rare copy from the Lindsay Shaw Collection. Written for children, "with the approval of the Tasmanian Education Dept."

ags-monographs-003.pdf
Published by command of General MacArthur.

rb_fairytales_040.pdf
By Hans Christian Andersen ; tranlated by H.W. Dulcken.

rb_fairytales_037.pdf
Based on: La chatte blanche / Madame d'Aulnoy.

rb_yb_002.pdf
This issue of Jane Austen's posthumously published novelsNorthanger AbbeyandPersuasionis one of few surviving copies of theChapman and Hallyellow-back. Yellow-backs were published in Britain in the late-nineteenth century and were cheap volumes…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_012.pdf
Rare copy from Lindsay Shaw Collection. Open door (Melbourne, Vic. : 1920)

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_009.pdf
Single-leaf flier calling for produce and various articles to be donated to the Red Cross for sending to "sick and wounded soldiers at home and abroad", as "Valentine gifts". "Supplement to N.S.W. Red Cross Record, January 12th 1916."

rb-monographs-009.pdf
[...] The object of the Novum Organum, and of Bacon's philosophy in general, is, statd summarily, to enlarge the dominion of man, 'Regnum Hominis' ad he phrases it, by increasing his knowledge of Nature and his power over her operations. This end can…

rb_fairytales_044.pdf
by Giambattista Basile ; selected and edited by E.F. Strange ; illustrated by W. Goble.

rb_fa_vol.01_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.01_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.01_03.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.02_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.02_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.03_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.03_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.03_03.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.04_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.07_03.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.05_03.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.07_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.04_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.04_03.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.05_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.05_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.07_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.06_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

rb_fa_vol.06_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878

https://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Exhibitions/RareBooks/TallTales/rb-ex-tall-tales-case003-001.pdf
This item features in the Monash University Library exhibition Tall Tales and True: Journeys Real and Imagined. View the virtual exhibition

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-008.pdf
"When he found a tortoise on his line, the fisher - boy named Urashima unhooked it and threw it back into the sea. Thereafter, the tortoise, disguised as the daughter of the Sea - God, guided him to the Dragon Palace, where the two married and lived…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-009a.pdf
This Japanese tale retails the story of a fairy, guardian of the sea, who is expelled from the fairy-land and encounters an eight - headed serpent to save a young girl.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-009b.pdf
This Japanese tale retails the story of a fairy, guardian of the sea, who is expelled from the fairy-land and encounters an eight - headed serpent to save a young girl.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-013a.pdf
"The Dragon King sent a jellyfish to Monkeyland to get a monkey whose liver could be used to cure the young Dragon Queen's illness. Read to find out how the monkey tricked the jellyfish, and why jellyfish have no bones today.(The International…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-013b.pdf
"The Dragon King sent a jellyfish to Monkeyland to get a monkey whose liver could be used to cure the young Dragon Queen's illness. Read to find out how the monkey tricked the jellyfish, and why jellyfish have no bones today.(The International…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-015a.pdf
"Once upon a time, there lived a brave warrior called "Tawara - no - Toda," or "My Lord Bag - o' - Rice." One day, when he was about to cross a bridge over a river flowing down from a lake, he saw a big serpent lying in his path. He calmly stepped on…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Japanese-Fairy-Tales/rb_jp_ft-015b.pdf
"Once upon a time, there lived a brave warrior called "Tawara - no - Toda," or "My Lord Bag - o' - Rice." One day, when he was about to cross a bridge over a river flowing down from a lake, he saw a big serpent lying in his path. He calmly stepped on…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_002.pdf
Began July 1918, ceased July/August 1919. "Honour to those, who, unable to take their place on the Field of Battle, stand firmly behind the lines, ready to make any sacrifice that will bring greater strength to those who serve and suffer to King and…