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Text:"...42 LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHNBROWN. [1833. .Randolph is in Crawford County, Penn., and now contains some two thousand inhabitants ; but in 1834 it was very thinly settled. JohnBrown was one..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1859
Publication place:Concord, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...42 LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHNBROWN. [1833. Kaudolpli is in Crawford County, Penn., and now contains some two thousand inhabitants ; but in 1834 it was very thinly settled. JohnBrown was one..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"...•-■- ^---- -- 42 UEE AND LETTEBS OE JOHNBROWN. [1833. Kandolpb is in Crawford County, Penn., and now contains some two thousand inhabitants; but in 1834 it was very thinly settled. JohnBrown..."
Date:1891
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Text:"...42 LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHN BEOWN. [1833. Randolph is in Crawford County, Perm., and now contains some two thousand inhabitants ; but in 1834 it was very thinly settled. JohnBrown was one..."
Date:1910
Publication place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"...42 LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHNBROWN. [1833. .Randolph is in Crawford County, Penn., and now contains some two thousand inhabitants ; but in 1834 it was very thinly settled. JohnBrown was one..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1859
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... you; my son. J. B. In this simple, straightforward, yet remarkable narrative 1 JohnBrown of Osawatomie and Harpers Ferry outlined his youth to the thirteen-year-old son of his benefactor, George Luther..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...386 JOHNBROWN : A CRITIQUE I also commend you all to Him whose mercy endureth forever : to the God of my fathers whose I am ; whom I serve. He will never leave you nor forsake you, unless you..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1913
Publication place:Lawrence, Kansas, USA
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Text:"...1875] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown delightfulness. To think of her as I first knew her and now ! Remember me by anticipation to Mr. Mitford, and five a mother^s kiss to Clementine for me. I hope all..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...Letters of Dr. JohnBrown [iws Savoiny Omelet, and observe the maidenly mamiers of his sister, and remember me to all S. John Qunpbell is in an awfiil wax at amounting to ^ almost genius..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...1881] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown Joshua Reynolds. I am glad the freezing is over ; it froze my tongue. Mr., that is Dr., Sandford, Gus^s firiend, said to me yesterday, ** This is the ice age,^ and I..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...1850] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown him, his bonnet on his brow, and his 1^ covered with some of his Circassian and Moorish gear; he was lying there, sazing keenly all over his immense canvass, enjoying..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...1850] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown him, his bonnet on his brow, and his legs covered with some of his Circassian and Moorish gear ; he was lying there, gazing keenly all over his immense canvass..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Letters of Dr. JohnBrown [i 864 Jacobus will translate, in any fashion orally he likes, the above. We had such a capital sermon from Peter ^ on the word But. But the word of the Lord grew..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1880] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown CCC. To HIS Sister Mrs. Wilson 23 Rutland Street^ Edinburgh^ 2 April 1880. Dearest Jane - Thank Isabella for her letter, and that most epistolary Jane for all her..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1864] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown NIGHT THOUGHTS 1 I stand amid the ruins of a life, With seraph voices sounding Higher and higher mid the hushing strife, To tell of faith and hope and love abounding..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1854] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown LXXXI. To Lady Trevelyak 23 Rutland Street, Sunday afternoon [1854]. My dear Lady Trevelyan - I sent off the Drawing yesterday. It showed manifest reluctance to leave..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Letters of Dr. JohnBrown [i874 yours and your delicious account of your birds and squirrels ; you will need all their help to keep your heart from weeping for the vanished hand, but, my dear friend..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Letters of Dr. JohnBrown [i874 said something for the Scotsman^ which I hope they may put in, and which I hope will not displease you all. I am very sorry for you, for he was like a spiritual father..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Letters of Dr. JohnBrown [i874 yours and your delicious account of your birds and squirrels ; you will need aU their help to keep your heart fi*om weeping for the vanished hand, but, my dear friend..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...1864] Letters of Dr. JohnBrown yesterday. She and Lady Agatha and the S younger boys are gone to North Berwick with the Dunfermlines. Lord Russell is with the Queen. I am fortunately busy, some..."
Date:1907