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by Herbert Hayens

eBook At the Point of the Sword (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) download ISBN: 1409960218
Author: Herbert Hayens
Publisher: Dodo Press; Illustrated edition (June 5, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 346
ePub: 1448 kb
Fb2: 1996 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

William James Herbert Hayens (1861-1944) was the British author of: Under the Lone Star: A Story of Revolution in. .Published June 5th 2009 by Dodo Press (first published 1903). At the Point of the Sword.

William James Herbert Hayens (1861-1944) was the British author of: Under the Lone Star: A Story of Revolution in Nicaragua (1896), Paris at Bay: A Story of the Siege (1897), Clevely Sahib: A Tale of the Khyber Pass (1897), Soldiers of the Legion: A Tale of the Carlist War (1898), An Emperor's Doom . 1409960218 (ISBN13: 9781409960218).

He wrote his first children's book, Out on the Pampas in 1868, naming the book's main characters after his children

He wrote his first children's book, Out on the Pampas in 1868, naming the book's main characters after his children. George Alfred Henty (1832-1902), referred to as G. A. Henty, was a prolific English novelist, special correspondent, and Imperialist born in Trumpington, England. He is best known for his historical adventure stories that were popular in the late 19th century.

Home Herbert Hayens At the Point of the Sword. I stayed with the detachment, helping to carry a wounded man. Thecheering Spaniards pressed us closely; if they could break through ourcordon, Miller's men were doomed. At the Point of the Sword, . 5. But we returned shot for shot, andstopped their occasional rushes by steel. Every moment of delay gaveour brave fellows further down the pass a better chance of escape. I have been in many dangers and suffered numerous hardships since then,some of which are narrated in this book, but I have never felt quite sowretched and miserable as on the morning of our departure from Callao

Home Herbert Hayens At the Point of the Sword. I have been in many dangers and suffered numerous hardships since then,some of which are narrated in this book, but I have never felt quite sowretched and miserable as on the morning of our departure from Callao. Wishing to divert my thoughts, Jose pointed out the beauties of the bayand the shore; but my gaze went far inland-to the lonely home where mymother sat with her grief, to the mighty cordillera where my father laydead. Time softened the pain, and brought back the pleasures of life,but just then it seemed as if I should never laugh or sing or be merryagain.

He wrote his first children's book, Out on the Pampas in 1868, naming the book's main characters after his children.

My Sword's My Fortune, A Story of Old France. One fee. Stacks of books. The Red, White, and Green. Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once).

391. Published: 2014. My Sword's My Fortune: A Story of Old France. If you enjoy the works of Herbert Hayens then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection. 383. Published: 2008. 238. Published: 2007.

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Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. William James Herbert Hayens (1861-1944) was the British author of: Under the Lone Star: A Story of Revolution in Nicaragua (1896), Paris at Bay: A Story of the Siege (1897), Clevely Sahib: A Tale o.the Khyber Pass (1897), Soldiers of the Legion: A Tale of the Carlist War (1898), An Emperor's Doom; or, The Patriots of Mexico (1898), In the Grip of the Spaniard (1899), A Fighter in Green: A Tale of Algeria (1899), A Captain of Irregulars (1900), A Vanished Nation (1900).

William James Herbert Hayens (1861-1944) was the British author of: Under the Lone Star: A Story of Revolution in Nicaragua (1896), Paris at Bay: A Story of the Siege (1897), Clevely Sahib: A Tale of the Khyber Pass (1897), Soldiers of the Legion: A Tale of the Carlist War (1898), An Emperor's Doom; or, The Patriots of Mexico (1898), In the Grip of the Spaniard (1899), A Fighter in Green: A Tale of Algeria (1899), A Captain of Irregulars (1900), A Vanished Nation (1900), One of the Red Shirts: A Story of Garibaldi's Men (1901), The Red, White and Green (1901), For the Colours: A Boys' Book of the Army (1902), A Mystery of the Sea (1903), The President's Scouts: A Story of the Chilian Revolution (1904), Two Old Sea- Dogs: Drake and Blake (1904), With Sword and Ship (1906), The Story of Europe (1907), For the Colours (1908), The Red Caps of Lyons: A Story of the French Revolution (1909) and The British Legion: A Tale of the Carlist War (1910).