A Relic from 1887

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Unconditional Conditions by Joshua Alan Sturgill

The Pilgrimage, Book II: Part 32 by Phillip Neal Tippin


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THE WEEKLY MACHEN

Among My Books: Sound, too, is Lord Redesdale’s contention that the real things are done with pains and difficulty. Here is a doctrine very necessary for the present time, which has got into its silly head the falsehood that important things are to be secured easily, that, everything is to be gained without tears. It would be true to say that nothing is to be had without tears.

MACHEN MISCELLANEA

An early and obscure work: Sir Serjeant Ballantine

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