Hesperos, Or, Travels in the West, Nide 2

J.W. Parker, 1850

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Sivu 276 - I do not know what to make of them; was there a white man over them with a whip in his hand all day, why then I should see and understand the cause of their running, and incessant labour; but I cannot comprehend it, sir; there is something in it, sir — there is something in it. Great man, sir, that Jim— great man, sir — should like to own him, sir, should like to own him.
Sivu 281 - Compton Merivale: another Leaf from the Lesson of Life. By the Author of Brampton Rectory.
Sivu 61 - District shall accept any challenge to fight a duel, or to engage in single combat with any deadly or dangerous instrument or weapon, whatever, or shall...
Sivu 60 - That if any person shall, in the District of Columbia, challenge another to fight a duel, or shall send or deliver any written or verbal message purporting or intended to be such challenge, or shall accept any such challenge or message, or shall knowingly carry or deliver any such challenge or message, or shall knowingly carry or deliver an acceptance of such challenge or message...
Sivu 265 - ... longer apparently the same people. A sedateness, a care, an economy, an industry, took possession of them, to which there seemed to be no bounds, but in their physical strength. They were never tired of laboring, and seemed as though they could never effect enough.
Sivu 62 - And be it further enacted, that if any person shall assault, strike, beat, or wound, or cause to be assaulted, stricken, beaten, or wounded, any person in the district of Columbia...
Sivu 264 - Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life.' " From the foregoing summary, it will be seen that the basis of my plan for their success and government was religion — a desire to awaken in their bosoms the love of the divinity. Hope and trust in him, once born in their souls, would produce its...

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