Antony Brade

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Roberts Brothers, 1875 - American literature - 415 pages
 

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Page 232 - He that eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, hath everlasting life : and I will raise him up in the last day.
Page 232 - Repentance, whereby we forsake sin, and Faith, whereby we steadfastly believe the promises of God.
Page 210 - Come d'autunno si levan le foglie L'una appresso dell' altra, infin che il ramo Vede alla terra tutte le sue spoglie...
Page 399 - Ye're a' the welcomer early : Around him cling, wi' a' your kin ; For wha'll be king but Charlie ? Come through the heather, around him gather, Come Ronald, come Donald, come a' thegither ; And crown your rightfu' lawfu' King, For wha'll be King but Charlie?
Page 84 - ... expression, which they had been taught to wear by day, had be,en dropped the moment the young ambitious will had lost control. The lids lie shut over bright, busy eyes ; the air is gently...
Page 84 - ... have been sought ; perhaps wet and mired with the smooth black or gray mud from marshes or the oozy banks of streams, where muskrats have been tracked. Under the bed's foot...

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