Monthly Archives: December 2010
It has been very busy over the Christmas season and unfortunately for the next few days the site must be taking a break. Keep enjoying the last few stories.
The writer (Edwin Hood) received the account from the lips of the captain, and has found in the journal confirmatory details of the narrow escape. On Sunday, June 27, 18__, the ‘Arcadia’ was in the vicinity of Long Island, the … Continue reading
The Watchword In one of the great rock-galleries of Gibraltar, two British sailors mounted guard; one at each end of the vast tunnel. One was a believing man whose soul had found rest upon the Rock of Ages; the other … Continue reading
This month we are going to be looking at ‘Illustrations of Providence’ from Chapter 11. Please note that we are not going to go from the start to the finish of this book. We will be looking at different chapters … Continue reading
And I thought that you would like a sample of what will be on here in the coming days. Enjoy! 1. A War Scene (Abridged) During the siege of Copenhagen, Denmark; I was particularly impressed with an object that … Continue reading