A Child's Book of Warriors (Classic Reprint) by William Canton

By William Canton

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Very few humans be aware of, stated the fair tale teller, how the nice King Alexander got here to the Rock of Narsinga; how the hill people, deeming their rock impregnable, made a ridicule of him; and What happened them and made their lives sour for lots of an extended 12 months afterwards.

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Worship any worship what you of these, saith the edict; Worship Christus, will, so and you die. What bondage and oppression of the soul is this! Galerius, who hath made thee Caesar over the thoughts and hearts of men ? " Worship and Christus, without iron in hand. you Surely Then die. life is a not gladsome to drink in the bright air, to see the faces of thing and the flower on the heather, and the on the blue hills afar. I burn no incense; and one's kind, light 1 give not my till mad blow I life to no man, Caesar or Augustus.

Is thine; spare for nothing Bright shone the moon of the summer night on the grassy earthworks and the ancient roof-tree of Again and again the little Marcus had been hugged and kissed with fond tears. There was no more to say but " God speed you when " Lucius gripped the men's hands hard, and God " true hearts as the mother caught the bless you, child once more to her bosom. They passed through the dusk and glimmer of the a princely race. ' sighing wood, Victor leading the horse, and the little man tripping between Bait and the wolf-hound, with crumpled in Bait's fingers.

It was Jacobus, golden-mitred and robed in episcopal purple. The barbaric music ceased, and dismay checked the assailants. For a moment the priests of the 47 sun thought A Child's Book of Warriors had been the imperial spirit of Constantine himself come to the rescue of the city. Once again the cymbals clashed amid the beating drums, and the heavy cavalry led the wild swarms to the breach; but the rushing waters had left unseen chasms which swallowed horse and man, and tracts of mud in which they floundered and sank.

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