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eBook A War-Time Wooing A Story - Charles King epub
  • ISBN: 1449903819
  • Author: charles king
  • Genre: History
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 16, 2009)
  • Pages: 166 pages
  • ePUB size: 1134 kb
  • FB2 size 1770 kb
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For a time Bessie's letters languished after this, though she hadwritten nearly every week during the winter and early spring.

by. Captain charles king, u. s. a. Illustrated. For a time Bessie's letters languished after this, though she hadwritten nearly every week during the winter and early spring. LieutenantAbbot, on the other hand, appeared to redouble his deep interest. Hisletters were full of sympathy-of a tenderness that seemed to be withdifficulty repressed.

A war time wooing a st. .The doctor starts again as though stung a second time.A War-Time Wooing: A Story, . Was there not inone of those letters a paragraph over which his sweet daughter hadblushed painfully as she strove to read it aloud? Did it not speak of anentanglement that once existed; an affair in which his heart had neverbeen enlisted, but where family considerations and parental wishes hadconspired to bring about a temporary "understanding"?

A war time wooing a st. It suddenly occurs to him, however, thatshe may see the note. If so, what will be her sensations on finding thatthe handwriting is utterly unlike that in which all her letters had cometo her.

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by. Strange as the story may seem to day, there was at the time nothing very surprising about its most salient feature she and her hero had never met. With other girls she had joined a "Soldiers' Aid Society;" had wrought with devoted though misguided diligence in the manufacture of "Havelocks" that were bearers of much sentiment but no especial benefit to the recipients at the front; and like many of her companions she had slipped her name and address into one of these soon discarded cap covers.

A War-Time Wooing A Story book. A pleasant Civil War tale with a satisfying ending. Jul 24, 2018 Mrs Linda Reed rated it did not like it. Hard going this book. I found the book hard going and boring which was a pity as I usually love war stories in the end I gave up reading it.

A war-time wooing, a story. King, Charles, 1844-1933; Wilmer, Richard Hooker, 1918-, former owner. Rare Books Collection Civil War Novels. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. New York, Harper & Brothers. rbccw; unclibraries; americana. Uploaded by david-watsonive. org on December 21, 2009. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Charles King (1844-1933) was a United States soldier and a distinguished writer. He served in the Army during the Indian Wars under George Crook. In 1898, he was appointed brigadier general of volunteers and sailed to the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. The fighting with Spain was over by the time he arrived, but he assisted in the surrender negotiations. During the following Philippine-American War, King was placed in command of the first Brigade in Henry W. Lawton's division. He was incapacitated by sickness during the Battle of Santa Cruz, but he returned to fight in the following Battle of Pagsanjan. King returned to the United States and was active in the Wisconsin National Guard and in training troops for World War I. He wrote and edited over sixty books and novels. Among his famous works are: Marion's Faith (1887), The Deserter (1887), From the Ranks (1887), Under Fire (1894), An Apache Princess (1903) and To the Front (1908)
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