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  1. Real Soldiers of Fortune by Richard Harding, 1864-1916 Davis, 2010-08-25
  2. Biography - Davis, Richard Harding (1864-1916): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  3. Cuba in War Time by Richard Harding, 1864-1916 Davis, 2009-10-04
  4. The Rulers of the Mediterranean by Richard Harding Davis. by Davis. Richard Harding. 1864-1916., 1903
  5. The Princess Aline, by Richard Harding Davis ... illustrated by C.D. Gibson by Richard Harding (1864-1916). C.D. Gibson (ill.) Davis, 1895
  6. The kings jackal. By Richard Harding Davis; with illustrations by C. D. Gibson by Richard Harding (1864-1916). C. D. Gibson (ill.) Davis, 1898-01-01
  7. The kings jackal. By Richard Harding Davis; with illustrations by C. D. Gibson by Richard Harding (1864-1916). C. D. Gibson (ill.) Davis, 1898
  8. Soldiers Of Fortune
  9. The Rulers Of The Mediterranean
  10. OVERHEARD In ARCADY. by Robert [Droch.1858 - 1941].[Bangs, John Kendrick.1862 - 1922].[Davis, Richard Harding. 1864 - 1916].[Herford, Oliver.1863 - 1935].[Howells, William Dean.1837 - 1920].[Pitman, Elizabeth Barton]. Bridges, 1894
  11. About Paris
  12. The Deserter
  13. The bar sinister by Davis. Richard Harding. 1864-1916, 1903-01-01
  14. A year from a reporters note-book by Richard Harding Davis 1864-1916, 1898-12-31

1. Davis, Richard Harding (Open Library)
Books by Davis, Richard Harding Soldiers of fortune 18 editions first published in 1897 Read
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2. Richard Harding Davis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Davis, Richard Harding Alternative names Short description Journalist, war correspondent, novelist, short story writer Date of birth April 18, 1864
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other people named Richard Davis, see Richard Davis (disambiguation) The neutrality of this article is disputed . Please see the discussion on the talk page . Please do not remove this message until the dispute is resolved. (November 2009) Richard Harding Davis Born April 18, 1864
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Occupation writer, war correspondent, journalist Nationality American Period 19th and early 20th Century Genres history, romantic novels, short stories Subjects Africa, War, Cuba, Europe Influences H. Rider Haggard Influenced Sinclair Lewis Richard Harding Davis (April 18, 1864 — April 11, 1916) was a journalist and writer of fiction and drama, known foremost as the first famous American war correspondent who covered the Spanish-American War , the Second Boer War , and the First World War . His writing greatly assisted the career of Theodore Roosevelt and he also played a major role in the evolution of the American magazine. His influence extended to the world of fashion and he is credited with making the clean-shaven look popular among men at the turn of the 20th century.
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3. Richard Harding Davis Quote - The Secret Of Good Writing Is To Say An Old Thing
Quotes by Davis, Richard Harding. The secret of good writing is to say an old thing in a new way or to s Quotations about Writers and Writing
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4. Davis, Richard Harding - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
US novelist and journalist. He was a war correspondent during the SpanishAmerican War and the Boer War in South Africa, and wrote several books about these campaigns, as well
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5. Soldiers Of Fortune By Davis Richard Harding, Sporer Paul Dennis | Flipkart Book
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6. Davis, Richard Harding Definition Of Davis, Richard Harding In The Free Online E
Davis, Richard Harding, 1864–1916, American author and journalist, b. Philadelphia; son of Rebecca Harding Davis Davis, Rebecca Harding, 1831–1910, American novelist, b.
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7. ". . . . . . . . . . " By Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916 49/117
The officer from whom I took over my troop was a German, Baron Herbert von Ritter. He had served as an aidede-camp to the King of Bavaria, and his face was a patchwork of sword
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The officer from whom I took over my troop was a German, Baron Herbert von Ritter. He had served as an aide-de-camp to the King of Bavaria, and his face was a patchwork of sword-cuts which he had received in the students' duels. No one knew why he had left the German army. He had been in command of the troop with the rank of captain, but when the next morning Laguerre called him up and told him that I was now his captain he seemed rather relieved than otherwise. "They're a hard lot," he said to me, as we left the General. "I'm glad to get rid of them." The Legion was divided into four troops of about fifty men each. Only half of the men were mounted, but the difficulties of the trail were so great that the men on foot were able to move quite as rapidly as those on mule-back. Under Laguerre there were Major Webster, an old man, who as a boy had invaded Central America with William Walker's expedition, and who ever since had lived in Honduras; Major Reeder and five captains, Miller, who was in charge of a dozen native Indians and who acted as a scout; Captain Heinze, two Americans named Porter and Russell, and about a dozen lieutenants of every nationality. Heinze had been adjutant of the force, but the morning after my arrival the General appointed me to that position, and at roll-call announced the change to the battalion.

8. Richard Harding Davis - Biography And Works
An excellent source of correspondence by Davis, Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis (1917), was edited by his brother Charles Belmont Davis. Richard Harding Davis was
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Richard Harding Davis (1864-1916) , best-selling American author, playwright, and journalist wrote The Bar Sinister It is said that Davis always retained an air of youth, his writing fiercely acerbic, buoyed by conviction. His charm and exuberance attracted many admirers, and his bravery during war reportage earned the utmost respect of his peers, though he was sometimes accused of romanticising and sensationalism. There was a time when three of his plays were running simultaneously on Broadway and many of his novels were best-sellers. He was a true renaissance man. "In those fifty-two years he had crowded the work, the pleasures, the kind, chivalrous deeds of many men, and he died just as I am sure he would have wished to die, working into the night for a great cause, and although ill and tired, still fretful for the morning that he might again take up the fight." - Charles Belmont Davis Richard Harding Davis was born 18 April, 1864 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Lemuel Clarke Davis, a newspaper editor and abolitionist, and Rebecca Harding Davis, conservative feminist novelist of over 500 works including

9. RANSON'S FOLLY By Davis, Richard Harding - Used Books At Biblio.com
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10. Davis, Richard Harding
davis richard harding american novelists writers authors novels gallegher biography war correspondant
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@import url(../index.css); Davis, Richard Harding Aitons Encyclopedia Davis, Richard Harding (1864-), an American novelist, war correspondent, and newspaper writer. He is a son of Rebecca Harding Davis, and was born in Philadelphia. He received his education at Lehigh University, and began his journalistic life in Philadelphia. Gallegher, his first literary success, is a story from his own newspaper experiences. It appeared with other stories in 1891. Since that time Davis has produced many novels and short stories which have won popular favor. Soldiers of Fortune, Van Bibber and Others, The King's Jackal, The Bar Sinister, and The Princess Aline are among those best Known. Davis acted as war correspondent during the Spanish-American War, and in South Africa.
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11. Richard Harding Davis (American Author) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Richard Harding Davis (American author), April 18, 1864Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. April 11, 1916Mount Kisco, N.Y., U.S. U.S. author of romantic novels and short stories and the best
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13. "In The Fog" By Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916 - Table Of Contents
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14. Davis, RICHARD HARDING
Davis RICHARD HARDING novelist journalist son rebecca reporter philadelphia new york evening sun harper's weekly
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@import url(../index.css); Davis, RICHARD HARDING Practical Reference Library (1864- ), an American novelist and journalist, the son of Rebecca Harding Davis, born at Philadelphia. He was educated at Lehigh and Johns Hopkins universities, and began literary work as a newspaper reporter in Philadelphia. After serving for a time on the staff of the New York Evening Sun, he became managing editor of Harper's Weekly. This position he held but a short time. Gallegher and Other Stories, published in 1891, first gained him wide attention, and from that time he held his audience by the interest of his narratives and the vigor of his style. Among his other books are Van Bibber and Others, Cuba in War Time, The Cuban and Porto Rican Campaign, With Both Armies in South Africa, and the novels The Princess Aline, The King's Jackal, Soldiers of Fortune and Ransom's Folly.
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15. The New Student's Reference Work/Davis, Richard Harding - Wikisource
Davis, Richard Harding, American novelist and journalist, son of the preceding, was born at Philadelphia, April 18, 1864, and educated at Lehigh and Johns Hopkins Universities.
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16. The King's Jackal. - DAVIS, Richard Harding | Between The Covers Rare Books
First edition. Lists five titles on page ii but contemporary owner's signature says January 1899 pointing to possible unknown variant of the first edition not listed in BAL.
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Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info DAVIS, Richard Harding The King's Jackal. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1898. First edition. Lists five titles on page ii but contemporary owner's signature says "January 1899" pointing to possible unknown variant of the first edition not listed in BAL. Illustrations by C.D. Gibson. 12mo. Touch of toning to the spine, two spots on front illustrated gilt boards and ink owner's name, else fine. Davis was often considered to be the model for Gibson's handsome "Gibson man', the male equivalent of his more famous "Gibson girl." The novel was adapted for the film "Honor Among Men" in 1924. [BTC #319528] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above... DAVIS, Richard Harding The Exiles and Other Stories DAVIS, Richard Harding Real Soldiers of Fortune ... In the Fog Book Bargains Our staff cat, Admiral Muffin, has selected thousands of books for special discount from all areas of our stock. Mysteries Books Into Film Baseball Photography ... MARCUS, Frank

17. The Red Cross Girl
Davis, Richard Harding, 18641916. . The Red Cross Girl Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library The entire work (KB) Table of Contents for this work
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  • Chapter 1 THE RED CROSS GIRL
  • Chapter 2 THE GRAND CROSS OF THE CRESCENT
  • Chapter 3 THE INVASION OF ENGLAND
  • Chapter 4 BLOOD WILL TELL
  • Chapter 5 THE SAILORMAN
  • Chapter 6 THE MIND READER
  • Chapter 7 THE NAKED MAN
  • Chapter 8 THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF
  • Chapter 9 THE CARD-SHARP
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  • 18. Reporter Who Made Himself King, The By Davis, Richard Harding - Free EBook
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    Reporter Who Made Himself King, The by Davis, Richard Harding Page 1 THE REPORTER WHO MADE HIMSELF KING
    The Old Time Journalist will tell you that the best reporter is the one who works his way up. He holds that the only way to start is as a printer's devil or as an office boy, to learn in time to set type, to graduate from a compositor into a stenographer, and as a stenographer take down speeches at public meetings, and so finally grow into a real reporter, with a fire badge on your left suspender, and a speaking acquaintance with all the greatest men in the city, not even excepting Police Captains.
    That is the old time journalist's idea of it. That is the way he was trained, and that is why at the age of sixty he is still a reporter. If you train up a youth in this way, he will go into reporting with too full a knowledge of the newspaper business, with no illusions concerning it, and with no ignorant enthusiasms, but with a keen and justifiable impression that he is not paid enough for what he does. And he will only do what he is paid to do.
    Now, you cannot pay a good reporter for what he does, because he does not work for pay. He works for his paper. He gives his time, his health, his brains, his sleeping hours, and his eating hours, and sometimes his life, to get news for it. He thinks the sun rises only that men may have light by which to read it. But if he has been in a newspaper office from his youth up, he finds out before he becomes a reporter that this is not so, and loses his real value. He should come right out of the University where he has been doing "campus notes" for the college weekly, and be pitchforked out into city work without knowing whether the Battery is at Harlem or Hunter's Point, and with the idea that he is a Moulder of Public Opinion and that the Power of the Press is greater than the Power of Money, and that the few lines he writes are of more value in the Editor's eyes than is the column of advertising on the last page, which they are not.

    19. "Captain Macklin" By Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916 - Table Of Contents
    By Richard Harding Davis Illustrations I United States Military Academy, West Point
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    20. Real Soldiers Of Fortune - DAVIS, Richard Harding | Between The Covers Rare Book
    First edition. Neat, contemporary gift inscription, spine slightly faded and a couple small stains on the spine, a very good or better copy. Basis for the 1919 Allan Dwan film
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    Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info DAVIS, Richard Harding Real Soldiers of Fortune New York: Scribners 1906. First edition. Neat, contemporary gift inscription, spine slightly faded and a couple small stains on the spine, a very good or better copy. Basis for the 1919 Allan Dwan film featuring Wallace Beery. [BTC #37962] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above... DAVIS, Richard Harding The Exiles and Other Stories DAVIS, Richard Harding The King's Jackal. With... ... In the Fog Book Bargains Our staff cat, Admiral Muffin, has selected thousands of books for special discount from all areas of our stock. Mysteries Poetry Books Into Film Science Fiction ... The Appleton Book of Christmas Plays ORIG. $85.00 SALE $59.50 On Collecting... Views, anecdotes and insights into the world of antiquarian books by the BTC staff and distinguished guests. Just Added Book Catalogs Galore The Bookshop in Old New Castle Bookselling in Hard Times: "Will work for rare books" The Between the Covers Blog ... Organized Labor Goes Feline Introductory Articles What the hell kind of website is this anyway?

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