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Journeys Through Bookland V2

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Charles Sylvester


Excerpts: [... and to pick up far and near any names they should come across. When the little man arrived she began with Kasper, Melchior, Belshazzer, Sheepshanks, ...... dear child, groaned Midas dolefully, I don't know what is to become of your poor father. And truly, my dear little folks, did you ever ...... upon it, and shone in the bright sunshine. In the courtyard a couple of the merry ...]
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Journeys Through Bookland V3

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Charles Sylvester


Excerpts: [... and will tell me what to do, and whither to go for provisions, and whither not to go for fear of being devoured what places to venture into, ...... indeed, I expected. When they had set themselves over, I observed that the boat being gone a good way into the creek, and, as it were, in a harbor ...... belt, and had something useful close to him in case of being thrown into the water....]
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Journeys Through Bookland Vol 5

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Charles Sylvester


Excerpts: [... told us that within this place is a shield that no man may bear about his neck but if that he be mischieved or dead within three days, or else maimed ...... all day long Had held the field of battle was the King: Hearest thou this great voice that shakes the world, And wastes the narrow realm ...... the boat would be kept in tow but, if they should be parted, he begged Pricket to ...]
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Journeys Through Bookland Vol 6

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Charles Sylvester


Excerpts: [... mild declined doing battle, though some fit cases offered, and indeed submitted to sundry indignities and was always very ready to turn and came ...... I hope so, Bella, said my mother. I know so, said I and kissed her cheek. And how did I know it? The boy does not ask the man ...... the Consul, As thou sayest, so let it be. And straight against that great array Forth went the ...]
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Journeys Through Bookland Vol 8

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Charles Sylvester


Excerpts: [... an hour, its violence gradually returning. When the stream is most boisterous, and its fury heightened by a storm, it is dangerous to come within a ...... on the 17th of June, they entered with great joy the waters of the Mississippi. This river derives its source from several lakes in the north. ...... In thinking of this bloody tragedy, we must remember that these were simple ...]
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Journeys Through Bookland Volume Four

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Charles Sylvester


Excerpts: [... first of a series of seventeen poems composed by H. W. L. A constant sympathizer and admirer during these early years of authorship was Henry's ...... though they had been painted for us in colors. If anything is obscure, it is the comparison of the sparks to the chaff from a threshing-floor. And if ...... The Day Is Done, of which a stanza may be quoted here. For the original ...]
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