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" Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's throne. . . . In the use of dramatic possibilities Mr. Ford is discreet and natural, and without giving Stirling a heroic pose, manages to win for him very hearty sympathy... "
Telepathy and the Subliminal Self: An Account of Recent Investigations ... - Page 348
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1897 - 343 pages
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A Diplomat in London: Letters and Notes 1871-1877

Charles Gavard - France - 1897 - 328 pages
...imparting information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...natural, and without giving Stirling a heroic pose, 1qanages to win for him very hearty sympathy and belief. Stirling's private and domestic story is well...
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Spanish Castles by the Rhine: A Triptychal Yarn

David Skaats Foster - Rhine River Valley - 1897 - 245 pages
...demand for the appearance of truth in art. . . Telling scenes anci or a cear u rngs progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's throne. . . In the use of dramatic w1n lor nun very nearly syrnpamy and Delict. Stirling's private and domestic story is W«U knit with...
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Poor human nature: a musical novel

Jessie Bedford, Elizabeth Godfrey - Musical fiction - 1898 - 362 pages
...imparting information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...with that of his public adventures. ... A very good novel.'1 The Atlantic Monthly: " Commands our very sincere respect; . . , there is no glaring improbability...
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Men of Marlowe's

Mrs. Henry Dudeney - History - 1900 - 289 pages
...chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's throne. . . . lathe use of dramatic possibilities Mr. Kurd is discreet and natural, and without giving Stirling...that of his public adventures. ... A very good novel. Tke Atlantic Monthly: " Commands our very sincere respect; . . . there is no glaring improbability...
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Our Lady of Deliverance

John Oxenham - English fiction - 1901 - 334 pages
...imparting information, bat lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...pose, manages to win for him very hearty sympathy and beltef. Stirling's private and domestic story is well kn1t with that of his public adventures. ......
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Medieval Europe from 395 to 1270

Charles Bémont, Gabriel Monod - Europe - 1902 - 556 pages
...imparting information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...of his public adventures. ... A very good novel." Tht Atlantic Monthly: " Commands our very sincere respect; . . . there is no glaring improbability...
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History of American Politics

Alexander Johnston, William Milligan Sloane, Winthrop More Daniels - United States - 1902 - 437 pages
...imparting information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...belief. Stirling's private and domestic story is well kn1t with that of his public adventures. ... A very good novel.'* The Atlantic Monthly: " Commands...
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John Glynn: a novel of social work

Arthur Paterson - 1907 - 335 pages
...information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the bumble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's throne....giving Stirling a heroic pose, manages to win for htm very hearty sympathy and belief. Stirling's private and domestic story is well knit with that of...
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John Glynn: A Novel of Social Work

Arthur Paterson - History and criticism - 1907 - 335 pages
...imparting information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...possibilities Mr. Ford is discreet and natural, and withou* giving Stirling a heroic pose, manages to win for him very hearty sympathy and belief. Stirling's...
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Quaker idyls

Sarah M. H. Gardner - Fiction - 1894 - 223 pages
...imparting information, but lively detail, needful for a clear understanding of Stirling's progress from the humble chairmanship of a primary to the dictator's...is well knit with that of his public adventures." The Literary World says : " Of the mismanagement and villainy practiced in the wards, of bossism, obstructions...
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