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The husband-and-wife team of Sam and Remi Fargo are used to hunting for treasure, but they aren't used to hunting for people-until an investigator friend of their goes missing, and they promise to search for him. What they discover, however, will be beyond anything they could have imagined.
The deacon's whistle.--A change of heart.--A rural telephone.--The step-father.--John-a-dreams.--Miss Mahala's miracle.--An old fiddler.--The blessing called peace.--Father James.--The impossible choice.--A village dressmaker.--Miss Mahala's will.--A life in a night.--Miss Mahala and Johnny
"Rev. & enl. ed." of The people's Wesley.-Pref Born in troublous times -- The Wesley family -- Wesley's early life -- Epworth rappings -- Origin of the Holy Club -- Wesley in America -- Wesley's religious experience -- Wesley's multiplied labors -- Wesley's domestic relations -- Wesley's persecutions -- Wesley and his theology -- Wesley as a man -- Wesley as a preacher -- Wesley as a reformer -- Wesley and American Methodism prior to 1766 -- Wesley and American Methodism -- Wesley approaching the close of life -- Wesley and his triumphant death -- Wesley's character as estimated by unbiased judges -- The greater Wesley of the opening century
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Memorial of the Mayor and City Council of the city of Baltimore, relative to the suspension of the functions of the board of police in the said city by the United States government.
- Genre: Civil Rights
Title from caption "August 1, 1861. -- Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. August 2, 1861 -- Ordered to be printed." "Geo. Wm. Brown, Mayor."