Who's Who; Or, The Three Brothers. Or, The Three Brothers by William Pickard MannWho's Who; Or, The Three Brothers. Or, The Three Brothers by William Pickard Mann

Who's Who; Or, The Three Brothers. Or, The Three Brothers

byWilliam Pickard Mann

Paperback | January 1, 2012

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1868. Excerpt: ... 'My experience in hearty services is very limited, but I shall he very glad of its extension.' * I wish your Eector would accompany you; though I cannot promise that he shall occupy St. Clement's pulpit, I can promise him a place in the chancel.' 'Well, Mr. Monson, I am afraid the good Doctor would be horrified; he would fancy his Holiness the Pope had got hold of him. I am afraid the spirit of Puritanism holds him so fast that nothing short of a miracle can liberate him from its grasp.' CHAPTER XVII. The weather continued very stormy, and trade was very dull. A greater number of poor persons were without employ than had been known in Bramfield for a number of years. Wages had been good during the summer, and a few of the more provident had put a little money into the savings bank, and at this season found it of great benefit. But, alas! the majority had rather outlived their income, and were now in great distress. Want of food brought on disease, and Mr. Selwyn found his hands full, even with the aid of his noble choristers. From morning until evening, the good priest might be seen going from one street to another, among the poorest of the poor. The congregation of St. Clement's were not niggardly in providing funds for the relief of the needy in the parish. As the month went on the distress increased, every day added to its number, and all that could be done was not sufficient, for the good priest's funds were of necessity limited. On one occasion he found out a family destitute, not only of food, but of clothing, with no furniture, no bed but a few shavings in one corner of the room, with stones to sit on; on this miserable couch laid the head of the family, with fever burning up his very vitals, his wife and children standing around him. Ignorant was that dying man--alike of God...
Title:Who's Who; Or, The Three Brothers. Or, The Three BrothersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.08 inPublished:January 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217147968

ISBN - 13:9780217147965