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Page 69 - Jesus bade all nations be baptized in the Name of the Father, the Sou, and the Holy Ghost...
Page 354 - A book that holds your almost breathless attention as in a vise from the very beginning. — Boston Journal. Characters such as have not been delineated in English historical romance for decades. . . . For those who really care for really great literature, here it stands written.
Page 354 - The Knights of the Cross By HENRYK SIENKIEWICZ, Author of "Quo Vadis.
Page 354 - Of enthralling interest. It is certain that " The Knights of the Cross" will evoke quite as much enthusiasm as did the earlier works by the same author.
Page 354 - ... one's blood now freeze with horror and now boil with indignation. It is on the whole a terrifying story, but it holds the reader spellbound, whether it rises into airy grace or dips into dread realism. It gives a powerful picture of the times in a strong...