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The Coming Of the Glory. Published by stratford house, New York (1949).
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Further whispering was stopped by the coming of Pani Vinnitski andMartsian. Pani Vinnitski hurried through the chamber, she was in haste to bring areliquary which warded off evil spirits; but Martsian they y. How is he?" Martsian shrugged his shoulders, raised them till his head seemed to bein his bosom, and answered,- "He is rattling ye. "Is there no hope?" "None.
The Coming of the King: The First Book of Merlin is a 1988 historical fantasy novel by Nikolai Tolstoy drawing upon Arthurian legend and more broadly, Celtic and Germanic mythology. The novel is the first in an as-yet unfinished trilogy. Tolstoy is also the author of the 1985 nonfiction The Quest for Merlin, which explores the historical roots of Merlin.
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Cobb Irvin S. Irvin Shrewsbury The Glory of the Coming; What Mine Eyes Have Seen of Americans in Action in This . Her sinking was the climax of the most memorable voyage I ever expect to take. Irvin Shrewsbury The Glory of the Coming; What Mine Eyes Have Seen of Americans in Action in This Year of Grace and Allied Endeavor. Chapter I. when the sea-asp stings. Five days have elapsed since she was torpedoed, and even though these words are being cabled across from London to the home side of the ocean, at least three weeks more must elapse before they can see printer’s ink. So to some this will seem an old story; but the memory of what happened that night off the Irish coast is going to abide with me while I live.