A wounded name

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F.T. Neely, 1898 - 353 pages
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Page 349 - For sale everywhere, or sent post-paid on receipt of price. F. TENNYSON NEELY, Publisher, 96 Queen Street, London. 114 Fifth Avenue, New York...
Page 349 - ... which the mind may find a relaxation and relief from the almost oppressing tragedy with which every page is replete, and is an offset to that portion of the story which presents, like a living, moving panorama, the torturous suffering of the helpless child in the grasp of the negro. It is a story which will be read and re-read from Maine to California — a story which will linger in the memory and be eagerly devoured while one word remains — a story which will be laid aside, stored away, and...
Page 343 - THIS is a story woven from the realisms of life. Before reading many pages it becomes apparent to the reader that the author himself has been so schooled; that he has passed through many vicissitudes and adversities, mingling with all kinds and classes of people — for none other could write just such a book as this. It carries one through many different phases, — leading him even behind the scenes, so to speak, — and tells of human beings and existing realities of which much is known, yet which...

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