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Historic Tales Vol 1

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Charles Morris


Summary: [Historical Tales Vol 1 Of 15 The Romance Of Reality by Charles Morris. The year 1000 A.D. was one of strange history. Its advent threw the people of Europe into a state of mortal terror. Ten centuries had passed since the birth of Christ. The world was about to come to an end. Such was the general belief. How it was to reach its end --whether by fire water or some other agent of ruin --the ...]
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Historic Tales Vol 10

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Charles Morris


Summary: [Historical Tales Vol 1 Of 15 The Romance Of Reality by Charles Morris. The year 1000 A.D. was one of strange history. Its advent threw the people of Europe into a state of mortal terror. Ten centuries had passed since the birth of Christ. The world was about to come to an end. Such was the general belief. How it was to reach its end --whether by fire water or some other agent of ruin --the ...]
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Historic Tales Vol 12

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Charles Morris


Summary: [Historical Tales Vol 1 Of 15 The Romance Of Reality by Charles Morris. The year 1000 A.D. was one of strange history. Its advent threw the people of Europe into a state of mortal terror. Ten centuries had passed since the birth of Christ. The world was about to come to an end. Such was the general belief. How it was to reach its end --whether by fire water or some other agent of ruin --the ...]
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Historic Tales Vol 14

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Charles Morris


Summary: [Historical Tales Vol 1 Of 15 The Romance Of Reality by Charles Morris. The year 1000 A.D. was one of strange history. Its advent threw the people of Europe into a state of mortal terror. Ten centuries had passed since the birth of Christ. The world was about to come to an end. Such was the general belief. How it was to reach its end --whether by fire water or some other agent of ruin --the ...]
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Historic Tales Vol Xiii

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... Come then with me. But look that you brace yourself to knightly deeds, for you will have great need to do so. As for that, said Balin, we ...... I came by foul enchantment, said Arthur, and told them his adventure, at which they wondered greatly. Now tell me, he asked, how came ...... befallen her, yet her own deeds have brought on her this mighty punishment. Then he sought on all ...]
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Historic Tales Volume 11

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... head, and unable to speak. Must it then be that if I had never borne a son, Rome would have never seen the camp of an enemy? said Volumnia, ...... chiefs of the AEquians being led in fetters before him. In front of all the standards were borne, while in the rear marched the soldiers, laden ...... The news threw Rome into a panic. Of those who escaped from the battle, the majority ...]
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Historical Tales Vol 11

  [english | 1898]  

Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... was over-turned near the roots of a wild fig-tree, and the infants left at the edge of the shallow waters. What follows sounds still more like fable. ...... king of what had happened, and said that the boy whom they were bringing up so meanly was destined to become great and noble. She bade him, therefore, ...... house of the Tarquins should be banished, whether they were of the ...]
Genres: [history | short story collectionDownloads: 392

Historical Tales Vol 2

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... against a large mirror in the drawing-room, thinking that it was a window, and smashed it into splinters. It is not likely the governor thanked his ...... tail. The others danced with wild whoops and yells around a large fire they had built. Altogether the spectacle was a singular and exciting one on ...... got rid of their governor and his British troops without a fight. This ...]
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Historical Tales Vol 3

  [english | 1904]  

Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... they danced gayly in their fragrant groves with songs or the rude music of their drums. After the coming of the Spaniards the clear tinkle of the hawk's ...... friend. But for some reason this friendship did not last, and when at length a party of discontented men formed a plan to complain of the acts of the ...... his eyes. This was the opening event in a history as full of deeds ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 0

Historical Tales Vol 5

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... has made his name famous in history,-his contest with the great ecclesiastic Hildebrand, who had become pope under the title of Gregory VII. Though ...... their promise to cease molesting his lands, and all ended in peace and good will. COURTING BY PROXY. Frederick von Stauffen, known as the ...... Camel, the sultan, consented, agreeing to deliver up Jerusalem and its adjacent ...]
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Historical Tales Vol 6

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... warning, that imprudence is often more dangerous than armed men. We are told nothing concerning the fate of Longueil after his death. Probably ...... the gold in the world. He has set himself at sixty thousand double florins, when I would have willingly accepted ten thousand. The barons talked ...... a year, she said, with prophetic insight we must think of working right well this ...]
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Historical Tales Vol 7

  [english | 1898]  

Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... in that primitive form of history known as legend or tradition fancy has much the best of it, though it may often be founded upon fact. In the present ...... With him were one hundred of his principal officers, as many sons of the highest Berber chiefs, and the kings of the Balearic Islands in all their ...... resplendent with pearls, diamonds, and other gems. Roderic advanced in ...]
Genres: [history | short story collectionDownloads: 473

Historical Tales Vol 9

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... not the man to surrender his guests. In vain Gunhild's ambassador came to him with promises and threats. The dispute at length grew so hot that a ...... kingdom between them. The agreement was accepted by the armies and the two kings parted as friends-but the death of Edmond soon after had in it a ...... rule. Queen Emma, Canute's wife, wished to have her little son Harthaknud-or ...]
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Historical Tales Volume Iii

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... fright, telling how Stephen had reached Cibola, where he had been seized, plundered, and imprisoned. Farther on two more Indians were met, covered ...... moved them. Prudence bade them avoid any show of love, and they resolved to obey its dictates but prudence is weak where love commands, and in one ...... September, 1579. The voyagers had many interesting experiences in the ...]
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Historical Tales Volume Vii

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... seizing the boat and the camel's-hair cable that held it to the anchor. These fellows got blows instead of dinars, one, who would not let go, having ...... war rage between the two races, but Moor fought with Moor, Christian with Christian, and there was abundant work ready for the strong hand and sharp ...... HARANGUING HIS TROOPS UPON THE EVE OF BATTLE. Without dwelling on the ...]
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Man And His Ancestor

  [english | 1900]  

Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... on the strength and validity of the evidence in its favor. If the doctrine of the direct creation of man had been originally presented in ...... ANCIENT MAN. If now, instead of seeking for evidences of man's ancestry within the human body, in survivals of ancient anatomical structures, we seek ...... that can be sustained the doctrine of a fall is absolutely without warrant outside ...]
Genres: [scienceDownloads: 140

The Progressive Democracy Of James M Cox

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Charles Morris


Summary: [The Progressive Democracy Of James M Cox by Charles E Morris. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.]
Genres: [biography | politicsDownloads: 371

With The World Great Travellers Volume 1

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Charles Morris


Excerpts: [... examine it perceived a quantity of water, although there had not been a drop of rain for some time. He went over to communicate his good luck to his ...... for the voyage, and had their choice of the freight for beds. As I came to the bows again, and was about to ascend to the cabin, two men came ...... aware that this opinion of a sagacious guide like himself, trained to all the ...]
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