The silver cross, or, The carpenter of Nazareth by Eugène SueThe silver cross, or, The carpenter of Nazareth by Eugène Sue

The silver cross, or, The carpenter of Nazareth

byEugène Sue

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 Excerpt: ... head of the revolt, and all the pharisees in the world would not be able to arrest him!' 'Jane bad also thought of this plan; but that he might raise the people in his favor, either Jesus or his disciples must be apprised of the danger which menaces him.' 'Consequently, dear mistress, we have not a moment to lose.' 'Listen once more, poor Gene vie ve: you forget the perils that surround you! When, therefore, you have warned the young man, or one of his disciples, you will repair to Veronica's, Samuel's wife; you will tell her that you came from Jane, and as a proof of the truth you will give her this ring, which my friend drew from her finger; you will beg Veronica to conceal you in her house, and go immediately to Jane's, who will instruct her as to what she and I intend doing for you. 'Veronica,' said my friend to me, 'is kind and obliging; to the young Nazarene she and her husband owe a debt of gratitude, because he cured one of their children; you will therefore be safely concealed in their house until Jane and I have decided upon something respecting you. This is not all, in this packet I have brought your disguise as a young man, which I have just taken from the room in which you sleep; it will be more prudent to put on these garments of a man. It will be safer whilst running about the streets of Jerusalem at night and entering the tavern of the Wild Ass.' 'Dear, dear mistress, always kind, you think of all.' 'Hasten to dress yourself. In the mean time, I will go and see. if it is possible to open the street door.' CHAPTER V. Aurelia, having quitted the low room, returned in a few minutes and found Genevieve dressed as a young man and buckling the leather belt of her tunic. 'It is impossible to open the door!' said Aurelia in despair to her slave; 't...
Title:The silver cross, or, The carpenter of NazarethFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.08 inPublished:February 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217131379

ISBN - 13:9780217131377