The Roman and the Teuton

The Roman and the Teuton

by Charles Kingsley
     
 

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"[...]honest purposes, his trust in his friends, his readiness to spend himself, his chivalry and humility, worthy of a better age.
Of all this the world knew little;-yet few men excited wider and stronger sympathies.
Who can forget that funeral on the 28th Jan., 1875, and the large sad throng that gathered round his grave? There was the representative of the

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"[...]honest purposes, his trust in his friends, his readiness to spend himself, his chivalry and humility, worthy of a better age.
Of all this the world knew little;-yet few men excited wider and stronger sympathies.
Who can forget that funeral on the 28th Jan., 1875, and the large sad throng that gathered round his grave? There was the representative of the Prince of Wales, and close by the gipsies of the Eversley common, who used to call him their Patrico-rai, their Priest-King. There was the old Squire of his village, and the labourers, young and old, to whom he had been a friend and a father. There were Governors of distant Colonies, officers, and sailors, [...]".

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ISBN-13:
9781425006327
Publisher:
ReadHowYouWant.com, Limited
Publication date:
01/01/2006
Pages:
556
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.13(d)

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