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The Church and Antisemitism by Walter Horton

“The Jews are found in all nations, but are not fully of any nation — a situation which Christians, who are supposed to be in the world but not of the world, holding their citizenship in heaven rather than in any earthly country, should find it easy to understand.” “In the last analysis antisemitism springs from the fact that the Jews are truly God’s Messianic people, through whom He offers salvation to the world; while the world (including worldly Jews) does not want to be saved, and is forever ready to crucify its saviors.

The Young Section Hand by Burton Egbert Stevenson

“Every branch of railroading fascinates the average American boy. The shops, the telegraph and signal systems, the yard and track work, the daily life of danger which confronts every employee, whether he be the ordinary workman or the engineer of a limited express train, and the mysterious “office” which controls every branch of the work. “Mr. Stevenson’s hero is a manly lad of sixteen who is given a chance as a section hand on a big Western railroad, and whose experiences are as real as they are thrilling.

Cat and the Captain: The True Story of a Cat and Dog

“The Author begs to assure her young readers that the principal circumstances on which this little story is founded are true. The friendship between the two animals, the dog’s journey home, and return in company with his friend, are facts which occurred within her own knowledge.” Download the eBook PDF - [Formatted for Computer Use] EPUB - [Apple, Kobo] MOBI - [Kindle] If you request an EPUB or MOBI version, you can expect to receive it within a few hours.

When Gentiles First Entered The Church by Charles William Schaeffer

“The prophecies of the Old Testament concerning the Gentiles had been so numerous and diversified that nothing but the partial blindness of Israel could have prevented them from entertaining a general expectation of the speedy accession of all nations to the kingdom of God… Download the eBook PDF - [Formatted for Computer Use] EPUB - [Apple, Kobo] MOBI - [Kindle] If you request an EPUB or MOBI version, you can expect to receive it within a few hours.

Little Comrade, The Story Of A Cat, And Other Animal Stories by Gabrielle Emilie Jackson

These four stories originally appeared in The American Boy, Our Animal Friends, and The New York Herald. Contents of the Book “Little Comrade” The Cat “Just As Easy As — As––” The Trophy The Catastrophe The Rescue Ted and His “Sergeant” The Sergeant Is Introduced Disputed Ownership Company K’s Mascot Hail To The Chief! A Little Derelict A Strange Voyage Not A Sparrow Shall Fall Old Dolly’s Discovery “All For Dimmie And Me” Madge Harding’s “Curmudge” Download the eBook PDF - [Formatted for Computer Use]

Tales from Catland for Little Kittens by An Old Tabby by Tabitha Grimalkin

“Once upon a time I can’t say exactly when it was there stood a neat, tidy little hut on the borders of a wild forest. A poor old woman dwelt in this hut. She lived on the whole pretty comfortably; for, though she was poor, she was able to keep a few goats, that supplied her with milk, and a flock of chickens, that gave her fresh eggs every morning: and then she had a small garden, which she cultivated with her own hands, and that supplied her with cabbages and other vegetables, besides gooseberries and apples for dumplings.

The Cats' Arabian Nights by Abby Morton Diaz

“One evening when a company of children and older people were looking at funny cat-pictures and telling cat-stories, a little ten year-old girl asked: ‘Why can there not be a Cats’ Arabian Nights Story Book?‘” On This Page Chapters Download the eBook Publication Information “There would have to be a Cat King, or Emperor, or Sultan,” said her next older sister. “And a Cat Queen, or Empress, or Sultaness,” said their cousin Joe, the sailor.

The Adventures Of Tommy Post Office: The True Story Of A Cat by Gabrielle Emilie Jackson

“By this time Tommy was six months old, and as full of pranks as a six-months-old kitten well could be. His education had begun the very moment he entered the Hartford postoffice, so it is not surprising that by the time he had spent half a year there he was really remarkable. Chapters The Adventures Of Tommy Postoffice – The True Story Of A Cat 1. Tommy’s First Appearance 2.

Dixie Kitten by Eva March Tappan

“There were piles of hay and straw, there were bags of grain, there were rakes and spades and wheelbarrows, there was a carriage, and there was a sleigh. Dixie climbed up one of the shafts of the sleigh and stretched out her paw to touch a bell. She only wanted to see what it was… Chapters The Home Nest Leaving Home Dixie Finds A Friend Dixie and the Cottage Dixie’s Troubles The Little Mothercat Dixie is Deserted A Happy Little Cat The New House Dixie in her Home Dixie in her Home (continued) Download the eBook PDF - [Formatted for Computer Use]

Crow's language lessons and other stories of birds and animals by Julia Darrow Cowles

”…Did you ever hear of a cat taking in boarders? I never did till I heard of Peter. But he was a real cat, and this is a true story I am going to tell you… – From “Peter’s Boarding House” Stories in this Volume Crow’s Language Lesson. A Saucy Thief. Mrs. Wiggins’ Sweet Peas. Tippie’s Visit. Ponce’s Vacation. Brave Trix. Peter’s Boarding-house. How Muff Won Her Way. How The Kittens Were Named.

Great Cats I Have Met by William Thomson

“In throwing these various adventures together, I have followed as nearly as possible the actual course of my journeying from one country to another, so as to form the whole into a sort of continuous narrative, though in one case I jump from Brazil to Texas in order to bring in some relevant incidents which occurred long after the one related in the first part of the Brazilian story.

Letters From A Cat by Helen Hunt Jackson

“I do not feel wholly sure that my Kitty wrote these letters herself. They always came inside the letters written to me by my mama, or other friends, and I never caught Kitty writing at any time when I was at home; but the printing was pretty bad, and they were signed by Kitty’s name; and my mama always looked very mysterious when I asked about them, as if there were some very great secret about it all; so that until I grew to be a big girl, I never doubted but that Kitty printed them all alone by herself, after dark.