Poverty to prosperity. How did they do it in Victorian England days? "The Lavender Seller's Fortune presents flower-seller Fedelia, making her life with pennies. In a rented slum room, she prepares a plan to snatch success. How, you enquire, does a young woman abandoned from childhood know what to do? What guides her and is it obtainable for all? These are the little secrets of life....Quaint advertisements included plus a poem by the author Lavender Damsels. Two other poems of scented wisdom, plus a crochet pattern for Fedelia’s pencil cosy.
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A comprehensive filmography, this book is composed of lengthy entries on about 75 films depicting legendary New Mexico outlaw Billy the Kid – from the lost Billy the Kid (1911) to the blockbuster Young Guns (1988) to the direct-to-video 1313: Billy the Kid (2012) and everything in between. Each entry gives a synopsis, cast and credits, critical…