The author’s letters, written to a younger sister, who lost parents at an early age and was left dependent upon him, offer a friendly, wise, mild advice in order to put on guard the inexperienced youth against the difficulties of life. This 19th century classic appears to be a peculiar practical directory for daily living by Harvey Newcomb, a nineteenth century American clergyman and writer. The book touches upon religion, praying, fasting, temptation, self-denial, preservation of health, dressing, marriage and other helpful “lessons” addressed to young unmarried women and girls.
Observations made during a tour in 1816 and 1817 : through that part of the Netherlands, which comprises Ostend, Bruges, Ghent, Brussels, Malines & Antwerp ; with remarks on the works of art, in carving, painting, and sculpture ; and enquiries into the pr
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A practical directory for young Christian females : being a series of letters from a brother to a younger sister
"Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, and approved by the Committee of Publication"--T.p
Indiscreet letters from Peking; being the notes of an eye-witness, which set forth in some detail, from day to day, the real story of the siege and sack of a distressed capital in 1900 - the year of great tribulation
History of southeast Missouri : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people and its principal interests
Includes index Paged continuously Vol. 2 contains biographical sketches
1920. Paulos and his work and letters; Symbolism; Panorama of the soul; Greater mysteria; Looking backwards; Looking forwards. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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