The Life of Alfred Cookman; With a Brief Account of His Father, the REV. George Grimston Cookman

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  • 110 pagina's
  • General Books
  • februari 2012
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: CHAPTER V. Alfred's Rapid Progress. Mr. Cookman spent a few weeks about Washington, completing his arrangements and taking leave of friends, and immediately after the first despatch of the new Administration was prepared by Mr. Webster and committed to him, he left for New York. His last words to the gentleman so freely quoted from were?" May heaven bless you, Mr. Smith; if ever I return you shall see me in the West." He spent Sunday, 7th of March, in Philadelphia, worshipping with and taking the communion at the hands of his friend, the Rev. Dr. Suddards, rector of Grace Protestant Episcopal Church. On Monday he went to New York, and on Tuesday evening preached his last sermon in the Vestry Street Methodist Episcopal Church, of which he was to become the pastor after his return from England. He had intended to go to Boston and there take one of the Cunard steamers, but at the solicitation of friends changed his mind, and embarked on the steam-ship " President," at New York, on the nth, for Liverpool. He left amid the tears and congratulations of friends. Neither the vessel nor any of her company were ever after heard of. Mr. Cookman wished and intended to take Alfred with him to England. He thought it would be gratifying to the grandfather to see him; and the son had attained an age at which he could be a companion to his father, and alsoALFRED RESOLVES TO STAY WITH HIS MOTHER. 43 derive much improvement from travel. I can imagine how strong the paternal instinct was in him, and how he must have yearned to have his first-born accompany him in so long an absence from home, and under circumstances so suited to render them both entirely happy. There is nothing upon which a child can depend for safety more than this same paternal instinct. Ulysses was consistent in his feig...

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Auteur Henry B Ridgaway
Soort Met illustraties
Taal Engels
Gewicht 213,00 gram
ISBN10 1458924734
ISBN13 9781458924735

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