Monthly Archives: February 2011

Catherine Vassent, Part 3

Continued from last post . . . Her neighbours willingly contributed such assistance as as they could afford compatible with safety, and pulling up as they thought the third man’s body, were equally concerned and surprised to see the almost … Continue reading

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Catherine Vassent, Part 2

Continued from last post. . . [They] appeared already in a state of suffocation . . . Fearless or ignorant of danger, and irresistibly impelled by the cries of their wives and children, who surrounded the spot, Catherine Vassent, a … Continue reading

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An Incident in the Life of Catherine Vassent; Part 1

Catherine Vassent, the daughter of a French peasant, exhibited at the age of seventeen, a proof of intrepid, persevering sympathy which ranks her with the noblest of her sex.  A common sewer of considerable depth having been opened for the … Continue reading

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The Countess of Huntingdon, “Not Ashamed of Me” – Part Two

Continuing from last post . . . . . . [H]isses, groans, and cries of “Down, down!” burst from every quarter.  Then the lady I have described arose with dignity, and, slowly passing through the crowd, she went up to … Continue reading

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Important Message; but Remember.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, I have to say that from now on, there will be no proper schedule for Christian Anecdotes.  However, I will endeavour to keep a minimum of three days between posts; so as to keep the flow … Continue reading

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The Countess of Huntingdon: “Not ashamed of me.”

A flash back in time from a lady whose mother knew the Countess of Huntingdon.  – Hentycrew ———————————- As my mother grew better she frequently took me with herself to the Pump Room, and she sometimes told me anecdotes[stories] of … Continue reading

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Mr. Philip Henrys Wife

In some cases, these stories may seem funny, but in that case, we need to look for the real meaning in the example. – Hentycrew After Mr Philip Henry had been in the country for some time, his attachment to … Continue reading

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