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message 1: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Most of the books listed on Richard Phillips (author 6998563 with three spaces) are by a single person. The exceptions are:

A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALs, and Dangerous Days at Sea is by another person with the same name. This one is likely the most well known Richard Phillips. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard...

Mapping Men and Empire: Geographies of Adventure is by a Richard Phillips who is, or maybe was, a lecturer in Geography, University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

The GR bio for Richard Phillips (author 6998563 with three spaces) is accurate for the author of all the books other than the two by others named Richard Phillips that I listed above. However, Richard Phillips (author 303701) with one space lists many of the same records as author 6998563. The following are listed for both authors but should only be with 6998563.
* The Second Ship
* Immune
* Wormhole
* Once Dead
* Dead Wrong
* Dead Shift

When splitting off the two others named Richard Phillips please be aware of
* Richard Phillips (author 6998563) is what this post is about and he has three spaces in his name.
* Richard Phillips (author 303701) has one space in his name. Most of the books listed under this author are the same as 6998563 except:
** Walking With God - Let's leave this with author 303701.
** Mapping Men and Empire: Geographies of Adventure should be combined with the book and author mentioned above.
** Deadman Walking should get moved to author 6998563 but I don't think this story exists. The blog post at http://rhoagenda.me/2014/11/22/free-b... says that "Deadman Walking" was the working title for the story published as Dead Shift. I don't know if you want to combine or delete Deadman Walking or just move it to 6998563 (three spaces).
** Numbers: Facts, Figures and Fiction seems to be by yet another Richard Phillips. I did not spend time looking into this title. Let's leave this one with author 303701.
** De-centering Sexualities is by either 303701 or is still another Richard Phillips. Again I did not spend time looking.
* Richard Phillips has two spaces in his name (the fun never ends!) This one only has one book and seems unrelated to the other Richard Phillips. He's a New York fine art painter.
* There is no "Richard Phillips" with four spaces in his name.
* Richard Phillips has five spaces. He is a GR author and has one book. He's unrelated to the other Richard Phillips.
* There are no Richard Phillips with six to 12 spaces. I did not check further.

As author 303701 has one space I suspect it's ok that's the one that has the grab bag of random titles that still need research. As other Richard Phillips works show up they likely will get added to 303701.

Finally :-) Please combine the following which are for the first Richard Phillips (author 6998563 with three spaces). The latter two records are German language translations of "The Second Ship"
* The Second Ship
* Rho Agenda - Das zweite Schiff
* Das zweite Schiff

Thank you,
Marc


message 2: by Arenda (last edited Aug 23, 2015 03:23AM) (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Started working on this.

ETA: I'll sort out the books for the 3-space author, there seem to be some editions that are empty and might need merging.


message 3: by Bea (last edited Aug 23, 2015 03:36AM) (new)


message 4: by Arenda (last edited Aug 23, 2015 03:20AM) (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Updated the 2-space New York painter: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show...

Moved the books from the 1-space profile to the 3-space profile and combined them (including the German editions).
Kept Deadman Walking, combined with Dead Shift. It was rated or added by some users and I can't tell which title they read.

Created a new profile (4 spaces) for the Maersk captain: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show...
ETA: there are now two religious works on this profile, sorting them out.

Created a new profile ( 6 spaces) for the geography professor: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show...


message 5: by Bea (new)

Bea Arenda, this book belongs to the Captain Phillips with 4 spaces Muslim Spaces of Hope: Geographies of Possibility in Britain and the West. Please revert your changes back to him.


message 6: by Bea (last edited Aug 23, 2015 03:39AM) (new)

Bea For books that Captain Phillips has authored or contributed to see here

Also, for more info on him, there is a biography on GR with details in the description here


message 7: by Bea (new)

Bea For background on the author of Numbers: Facts, Figures and Fiction see UK author


message 8: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Bea wrote: "Arenda, this book belongs to the Captain Phillips with 4 spaces Muslim Spaces of Hope: Geographies of Possibility in Britain and the West. Please revert your changes back to him."


I think that Overdrive link put together all kind of books by a Richard Phillips under the profile of one specific Richard Phillips.

I checked this links for the Geography professor:
https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/geography...
http://www.liv.ac.uk/environmental-sc...
This is absolute not the same author as the Maersk captain, as the one linked in post 1: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard...


message 9: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Bea, good luck with your links.
I'll clean up the 3-space profile books.


message 10: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments I believe the Richard Phillips that did the religious works is not the same as Captain Phillips.

The religious writer seems to be
http://www.reformedresources.org/rich... and on GR this is Richard D. Phillips. Also, the work The Shepherd Who Would Be King shows Richard D. Phillips with the middle initial (per the front cover image) and so that's an easy one to shift. I Will Build My Church says "Richard Phillips" on the front cover but seems to be the same religious writer.


message 11: by Bea (new)

Bea Arenda, I agree that the geography professor and the captain are two different authors. I will continue to try to research the books on the captain's author site. Did you do the numbers author?


message 12: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Bea wrote: "Arenda, I agree that the geography professor and the captain are two different authors. I will continue to try to research the books on the captain's author site. Did you do the numbers author?" No, I didn't.


message 13: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Marc, thank you for your extensive research.

Here is the updated 3-space Richard Phillips: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show...
I merged two duplicate editions and corrected some titles to match GR policy.


message 14: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc wrote: "I believe the Richard Phillips that did the religious works is not the same as Captain Phillips.

The religious writer seems to be
http://www.reformedresources.org/rich......"


Yeah, I just found that Richard D. Phillips wrote the Walking With God book.


message 15: by Bea (new)

Bea Arenda wrote: "Bea wrote: "Arenda, I agree that the geography professor and the captain are two different authors. I will continue to try to research the books on the captain's author site. Did you do the numbers..."

What are we up to - 7 spaces?


message 16: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc wrote: "I believe the Richard Phillips that did the religious works is not the same as Captain Phillips.

The religious writer seems to be
http://www.reformedresources.org/rich......"


agree


message 17: by Bea (new)

Bea In the Trenches II - here is info on this Richard Phillips Richard Phillips


message 18: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Semi-related but what's the best way to search for all authors named Richard Phillips on GR? I tried

1) The main search box at the top of the page. That returns too much noise as it has all of the books by the various Richard Phillips plus books about Richard Phillips and more.

2) The search form filtering for Author and People but that also includes all GR members which is also a lot of noise.

3) It's painful but if you click add book/author at the top of a comment box, go to the Author tab, then you can enter "Richard Phillips" and then start adding spaces, waiting a second or so between each space. So far we are up to the 7-space Richard Phillips

Is there something like method #3 that's less painful? While #3 is nice in that it only shows authors it's also unreliable in the sense that there may be a Richard Phillips with 30 or 100 spaces out there that someone would miss.


message 19: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Option 3 is the best way to search for a specific author.
There is a way for librarians to search for authors with similar names. Go to a (not claimed) author profile and edit. There is a link to authors with a similar name, including the ones with an initial.
This is the link on a Richard Phillips page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/simi...


message 20: by Bea (last edited Aug 23, 2015 06:03AM) (new)

Bea There are now 8.


message 21: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Arenda wrote: "Option 3 is the best way to search for a specific author.
There is a way for librarians to search for authors with similar names. Go to a (not claimed) author profile and edit. There is a link to a..."


Thank you Arenda . The reason I asked is the Librarian Note: says "There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name." but it's not easy for someone surfing (who may not even be signed into GR as a member much less a librarian) to see who all of the Richard Phillips are.

So far it's at:
* 1-space Richard Phillips grab bag of random Richard Phillips
* 2-space Richard Phillips New York based fine art painter
* 3-space Richard Phillips New Mexico based science fiction writer.
* 4-space Richard Phillips The captain of the MV Maersk Alabama during its hijacking by Somali pirates in April 2009.
* 5-space Richard Phillips Goodreads author with one book.
* 6-space Richard Phillips I think this is two or more people. There's the geology professor from Wales, a math person, and a sex person.
* 7-space Richard Phillips The religious writer that should be merged into Richard D. Phillips.

Marc


message 22: by Bea (last edited Aug 23, 2015 05:45AM) (new)

Bea Marc, I separated out the math person from the 6 space Phillips. The math one also wrote or edited two other books and is now 8 space Phillips. (See link in message 7)


message 23: by Bea (new)

Bea A lot of the random Richard Phillips are associated with Sir Richard Phillips. We do have an author profile for him as some of the books have his title on the cover.

The Librarian Manual states "Authors with titles or degrees (such as Dr., Sir, Ph.D., Captain, Reverend, etc) should NOT be included in the author name (unless necessary to avoid confusion, or if part of a recognized pen name". One of the more experienced librarians will need to decided if the Sir helps "to avoid confusion" in the case of Richard Phillips.


message 24: by Bea (new)

Bea Richard Phillips with 6 spaces is now correct.


message 25: by Marc (last edited Aug 23, 2015 02:28PM) (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Bea wrote: "A lot of the random Richard Phillips are associated with Sir Richard Phillips. We do have an author profile for him as some of the books have his title on the cover.

The Librarian Manual states "..."


It should be safe for now to change the author name for the the Sir Richard Phillips titles to a 9-space "Richard^^^^^^^^^Phillips". That'll allow you to group books under their own author record pending thinking about if they should then be moved over to the author Sir Richard Phillips.


message 26: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Please update A Captain's Duty to use the three-space version of Richard Phillips and then combine that with A Captain's Duty.


message 27: by Wellington (new)

Wellington (wfdealmeida) | 431 comments #26 done, it's four-space btw


message 28: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments You Got An Ology? should be linked to 5-space Richard Phillips who is also a GR author.

The source for that linkage is http://www.thejc.com/arts/books/13697... which is a May 28, 2015 interview with the authors. He says "For I have just written my first novel ... A Polaroid of Peggy, by Richard Phillips, is published by Small & Greene, £7.99

More detail uncovered before I found interview:
http://centuryads.blogspot.com/2007/0... says "Mrs Beattie Bellman was created by Richard Phillips of the J Walter Thompson advertising agency in 1987." and "You Got An Ology? by Maureen Lipman and Richard Phillips, 1989. Beattie had become a major celebrity in two years, justifying the publication of this funny book - ..."

http://www.amazon.com/You-Got-Ology-M... is a different ISBN that can be added and combined. This one has a cover image and can be made the primary edition.


message 29: by Wellington (new)

Wellington (wfdealmeida) | 431 comments #28 Done, only the author is able to choose an edition as primary.

Great job on the investigative front.


message 30: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments It looks like My Human and Me can be separated out into a new author. (I think the next available slot is 10 spaces)

The author had the http://www.myhumanandme.com/ domain name and web site. It was not renewed and a domain name scammer has taken over.

http://www.cloudmesa.com/portfolio.html shows a small screen shot of what the web site looked like.

http://dawhois.com/site/myhumanandme.... has a slightly easier to read screen shot of the old web site.

I can't see anything on screen shots that would help connect the dots to one of the existing Richard Phillips authors.


message 31: by Sophie (new)

Sophie (notemily) | 469 comments I just love the "authors mentioned in this topic" sidebar. Y'all are doing good work.


message 32: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc, I used the 10 space for another Richard Phillips today. (I was still working to clean up the one space listing.) I also decided, since we are now up to 10 spaces, to make all Sir Richard Phillips under that profile since it is allowed for disambiguation needs...and it looks like the spaces will contine to grow a LOT!

A lot of the non-cover books that remain under the one space Richard Phillips are nook books. I suspect that they could be cleaned up but B&N does not offer any help at all on their site.


message 33: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Thank you Bea.

I noticed the 9-space 14230611 has a typo. The About the Author has "University of Maaryland". That should be "University of Maryland"

I had no idea when I started this thread that Richard Phillips would turn out to be so spacey!


message 34: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Wellington wrote: "#28 Done, only the author is able to choose an edition as primary."

I found a cover on Abebooks for the Fontana Press edition of You Got An Ology? and uploaded it to my GR profile at https://www.goodreads.com/photo/user/... Unfortunately, the dealer's scan is a 142px × 200px postal stamp size image.

Can a librarian please shift this cover over to the edition record? Thank you.


message 35: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc, typo removed. Thanks for catching that. I also uploaded the cover to the book.

Any ideas on the nook books? They all seem to be out of print really old books that have been reprinted like Project Gutenberg does.


message 36: by Marc (last edited Aug 25, 2015 11:22AM) (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Bea wrote: "Any ideas on the nook books? They all seem to be out of print really old books that have been reprinted like Project Gutenberg does.
"


There are people that take out of print books off Google Books where you can read them for free and sell them in Nook, Kindle, paper and probably other formats. Their "value added" is making the books available in formats other than on-line. Of course, they don't tell the buyer that they can be had for free online. The best place to hunt down the source is on Google Books.


Can you please fix the book I identified in message 30 or let me know if my reasoning was wrong? Thank you.

I took a look at the 1-space Richard Phillips pile and spotted Sexuality, Rurality, and Geography which is by the 6-space Richard Phillips. (source: author's publications list).

While there are other books left in the pile that have "geography" in the title they seem to be by someone else. Three of them also mention Grammar in the title.

A grammar of geography, by J. Goldsmith (1867) is by Sir Richard Phillips (source: Google books)

Kenny's Goldsmith's Grammar of geography, revised and brought down to the present time by F. Young (1868) is by Sir Richard Phillips (source: Google books)

A Grammar of General Geography: For the Use of Schools and Young Persons. With Maps and Engravings - undated but there is A Grammar of General Geography (1834) and A Grammar of General Geography (1851) both by Sir Richard Phillips. (edit - I found it on Google books dated 1821 and so merge this one into Sir Richard Phillips.)


message 37: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Liverpool! 81: Remembering the Riots should be filed with the 6-space Richard Phillips (source: author's publication's list).

Also, on that same book the title should be fixed to "Liverpool! 81: Remembering the Riots" GR currently has "Liverpool �81: Remembering the Riots"


message 38: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments SMART Recovery 3rd Edition Handbook should be split off to a new author. I believe the next available slot is 12-spaces.

I don't have direct evidence that he's not the same as one of the author's we have already split off. He's mentioned on http://blog.smartrecovery.org/2013/08... as "Richard Phillips, Director, SMART Recovery UK" giving a talk that was posted to Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_20-r...

I have e-mailed this Richard Phillips to see if he's contributed to any other works.


message 39: by Bea (new)

Bea Working on that publication list for 6-space Richard Phillips. Thanks for finding that resource! I had a feeling those were his but no proof.

Yep, we are up to 12 spaces. Too bad we can't find initials.

Unless we can find definitive info on the nook books, I am inclined to leave them with 1-space Richard Phillips as the interspaces are getting out of hand.

I am not sure of the Google books source, but I will take a look at it.

I did look at message 30 and have it on my TO DO list. I have been trying to locate more info on that author, if possible.

My inclination is to not create new author profiles unless we can determine that they are a distinctly new Richard Phillips, mainly because I have a nightmare of having to count out 50 spaces!


message 40: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc wrote: "Liverpool! 81: Remembering the Riots should be filed with the 6-space Richard Phillips (source: author's publication's list).

Also, on that same book the title sh..."


Actually, per the book cover, it is Liverpool 81. There is no punctuation.


message 41: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20237 comments Bea wrote: "I am not sure of the Google books source, ."/i>

Google Books is not an acceptable source for book data. See: https://www.goodreads.com/librarian_m...



message 42: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc wrote: "SMART Recovery 3rd Edition Handbook should be split off to a new author. I believe the next available slot is 12-spaces.

I don't have direct evidence that he's not the same as one ..."


He no longer seems associated with the UK SMART Recovery. I found a listing of 2015 directors, and his name was not there.


message 43: by Bea (new)

Bea OK...taking a break for today. Will come back tomorrow to see if there is anything else to do.

Regarding the google doc books attributed to Sir Richard Phillips, they have distinct other authors with a note that they were revised by a citizen. I could find nothing to show that Sir Richard had done the revising. I left them alone.

I gave the 12-space slot to the dog trainer, so we are now up to 13 spaces. Time to quit.


message 44: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Arenda wrote: "Bea wrote: "I am not sure of the Google books source, ."/i>

Google Books is not an acceptable source for book data. See: https://www.goodreads.com/librarian_m..."


I understood the main focus of the list of acceptable and unacceptable sites is to define which sites people can or can't take book covers from. It's a copyright issue.

Not being able to use Google Books should not by a huge issue as the Sir Richard Phillips books are in many libraries.


"A Grammar of General Geography" mentioned above is on Worldcat at:
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/14223537 by J Goldsmith, Publisher: London : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, [1824?]
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/852164536 by Richard Phillips Publisher: London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, 1818.
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/559043625 by j Goldsmith, Rev. pseud. [i.e. Sir Richard Phillips.]; Edward HUGHES, F.R.G.S. Publisher: London, [1851]
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/559042615 by j Goldsmith, Rev. pseud. [i.e. Sir Richard Phillips.]. Publisher: London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, [1824]
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/559042637 by j Goldsmith, Rev. pseud. [i.e. Sir Richard Phillips.]. Publisher: London : Longman & Co., [1829]
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/186910890 by J Goldsmith. Publisher: London, 1823.
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/810658945 by R Phillips, Sir; Publisher: London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown
* http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/810859303 by R Phillips, Sir; Frances Gertrude Stewart; Maria Frances Montgomery; Augustus Applegath and Edward Cowper,; Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown ... ; And to be had of all Booksellers in town and country. Price 3s. 6d. bound., 1818.

I don't think it matters which worldcat record someone uses as a source as we are not combining editions. If you want a specific record then use http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/810658945 as that's the only one where both the title on GR and publisher name on GR match an OCLC record.

I am surprised that the GR librarians have not set up a n-space record for "Richard^^^...^^^Phillips" that is the same person as Sir Richard Phillips. I had thought the we
we were supposed to do this was to
1) Change the author name from "Richard^Phillips" to "Richard^^^...^^^Phillips"
2) Add "Sir Richard Phillips" as an "other author"

There's a later phase which is to better tease out Sir Richard Phillips who was known for publishing under pseudonyms. His 1921 edition of "A Grammar of General Geography" says "By the Rev. J. Goldsmith" on the title page (the cover is not available) and I get the sense he used other names for other editions.

Unfortunately, in looking in at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Ric... it does not seem like this person has been the subject of extensive research.


message 45: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Bea wrote: "He no longer seems associated with the UK SMART Recovery. I found a listing of 2015 directors, and his name was not there. "

That's fine - I e-mailed him at his personal e-mail address. He left UK SMART Recovery in late 2014.


message 46: by Bea (new)

Bea Marc wrote: "Arenda wrote: "Bea wrote: "I am not sure of the Google books source, ."/i>

Google Books is not an acceptable source for book data. See: https://www.goodreads.com/librarian_m..."

I..."


Marc, you are amazing with the research. However, GR librarians are mostly volunteers with other things going on in their lives. In mine, I had to stop for cataract surgery on my left eye today.

Yes, you are right that Sir Richard Phillips should have a multiple space Richard Phillips author record. I am also aware that he had pseudonyms that he wrote under. However, I found my time used up with researching one Richard Phillips at a time and made the decision to put all of his under the Sir profile which already existed.

Worldcat is an acceptable source, but, again, I am choosing not to focus yet on Sir's stuff. If another librarian wants to do so, please feel free.


message 47: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments Naught For Your Comfort should be separated out to a new Richard^^^...^^^Phillips

It has one worldcat record http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/40143287

Worldcat provided little data beyond what is already in GR's edition record. One thing I spotted is this Richard Phillips died in 2007 meaning it's
Richard Phillips (1921-2007)

The book is only in United Kingdom libraries with one copy in Ireland.

No copies for sale on Abebooks.

Amazon only has http://www.amazon.com/Naught-Your-Com... which shows "Currently unavailable."

Google image search found no cover images

http://www.hms-vengeance.co.uk/summar... which has "two books have been published, both written by former Aircrew from No.1850 Squadron and No.812 Squadron. The first, "Naught for your Comfort" by Richard Phillips (ISBN 0-9532289-0-8) Corsair IV Publication 1997., who was the Senior Pilot with No.1850 Squadron."

http://www.hms-vengeance.co.uk/obitua... says "It is with the deepest regret to announce the death of Senior 1850 Sqdn. pilot Richard Phillips who passed away on 20th August 2007. Richard, known as 'Dick' was the Senior pilot with 1850 Sqdn. Dick also wrote a book which was published privately called 'Naught for your Comfort' which gave his autobiography of his life in the Royal Navy. A memorial service will be held at 12.30pm. on Tuesday 16th October at St. Luke's Church in Grayshott, Surrey. The web site wishes to extend it's deepest sympathy to Dick's family, Tim, Nina, Caroline, David and Joanna."


message 48: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments The Richard Phillips in Death In A Toy Factory is likely the photographer.

The source for this is http://www.amazon.com/Industrial-Infe... which looks like the same or very similar book.

"Death in a Toy Factory" was published January 1998 by Mehring Books and is a paperback.

http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/80838432 shows it's in no libraries. There are no copies available on Amazon nor Abebooks.


"Industrial Inferno" was published March 1997 by Mehring Books and is a 79 page paperback that credits Richard Phillips as the photographer.

http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/37685349 shows this is available in 36 libraries. Abebooks has 4 copies. Amazon has one copy in house and 7 copies from other sellers.

I don't know if you want to split this Richard Phillips off to a Richard^^^...^^^Phillips or to NAB the record.


message 49: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments I have been granted librarian status and so handled message 47 above. I'm going to leave messages 45 and 48 pending as I'm expecting e-mail replies from the authors.

Earlier today I made a list of the remaining 1-space editions and grouped them into two piles. I think I'll tackle the Sir Richard Phillips pile next.

Modern works:
* Micro-Wind Turbines in Urban Environments: An Assessment (Fb 17)
* In Pursuit of Invisibility: Ritual Texts from Late Roman Egypt
* Auto Industries of Europe, U.S., and Japan
* Badil
* The Story of Gautama Buddha and His Creed
* VIP's Directory Of Giant Scale Plans
* 33000 Balanced Assessment: Elementary Assessment Package 1
* Lacanian Ink 37 Libido
* Keeping House, A Madame President Mystery (House Mystery Series)
* Unlimited Realm, Vol. 1

Likely Sir Richard Phillips works.
* Addisoniana Volume 1
* A Geographical View of the World, Embracing the Manners, Customs, and Pursuits of Every Nation
* The Annual Necrology, for 1797-8 Volume 1
* The correspondence of Samuel Richardson, author of Pamela, Clarissa, and Sir Charles Grandison
* Kenny's Goldsmith's Grammar of geography, revised and brought down to the present time by F. Young
* A Grammar of General Geography: For the Use of Schools and Young Persons. With Maps and Engravings
* Readings in natural philosophy
* Outlines of chronology, ancient and modern
* A grammar of natural and experimental philosophy ... 21st ed
* Account of a voyage of discovery to the north-east of Siberia, the frozen ocean, and the north-east sea
* British public characters
* The Hundred Wonders of the World: And of the Three Kingdoms of Nature, Described According to ...
* A grammar of geography, by J. Goldsmith
* The annual necrology, for 1797-8


message 50: by Marc (new)

Marc (mkupper) | 78 comments The UK SMART Recovery Richard Phillips responded to my e-mail. He has only contributed to one work so far. I split him off as author Richard Phillips (14 spaces).


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