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GENERAL CHARLES KING

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General Charles King


Captain Blake. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1891

It is an old friend, who, laughing, joyous, and jovial, is meeting man after man.Dedication from A Garrison Tangle


The Colonel's Daughter, or, Winning His Spurs. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1882 ~(Hillman Library)
Illustrations by A. F. Harmer

FP, She paused abruptly upon the threshold and for an instant simply stared at them.67, With vengeful eye, drove shot after shot.
189, 'All right , Miss Gracie! Let him come!'308 'Nothing but a blunt arrow, luckily. There lies the archer.'
FP, "She paused abruptly upon the threshold and for an instant simply stared at them."
67, "With vengeful eye, drove shot after shot."
189, "'All right , Miss Gracie! Let him come!'"
308 "'Nothing but a blunt arrow, luckily. There lies the archer.'"



A Knight of Columbia: A Story of War. New York: Hobart, 1904 HILLMAN LIBRARY
 Illustrations by George Gibbs

A Knight of Columbia: A Story of WarFP and P. 99:  The gleaming bayonet was close at his belt buckle.21  Turning the Key in the Lock, She Tugged at the Heavy Door.136  Her Little White Hand, Whiter in the Moonlight, Sweeping the Strings of Her Guitar
232  Three Days Later They Were Trotting Briskly Along an Old Plank Road265  With One Maddening, Joyous, Vengeful Cheer322  The Gloved Hand Went Back, Not Out, to Get the Swaying form341 For a Moment Neither Spoke
FP "The gleaming bayonet was close at his belt buckle."
21  "Turning the Key in the Lock, She Tugged at the Heavy Door."
99  "The Gleaming Bayonet Was Close at His Belt Buckle."
136  "Her Little White Hand, Whiter in the Moonlight, Sweeping the Strings of Her Guitar"
232  "Three Days Later They Were Trotting Briskly Along an Old Plank Road"
265  "With One Maddening, Joyous, Vengeful Cheer"
322  "The Gloved Hand Went Back, Not Out, to Get the Swaying form"
341 "For a Moment Neither Spoke"


The Medal of Honor: A Story of Peace and War. New York: Hobart, 1905 ~
Illustrations by George Gibbs and E.W. Deming ~ HILLMAN LIBRARY

FP It Was Shoulder to Shoulder That Day. It's Side by Side Now  (Page 111)9  Together Had They Ridden Every Day
31  Charging Zigzag Up the Slope, Fane and Dolan in the Lead46  Fane Staggered into View, Bending Almost Double
166  Fane Was Back in a Twinkling, His Own Face Now White with Fury342  Stirring, Spirited Battle with Crazy Horse and His Bands
FP "It Was Shoulder to Shoulder That Day. It's Side by Side Now"  (Page 111)
9  "Together Had They Ridden Every Day"
31  "Charging Zigzag Up the Slope, Fane and Dolan in the Lead"
46  "Fane Staggered into View, Bending Almost Double"
166  "Fane Was Back in a Twinkling, His Own Face Now White with Fury"
342  Stirring, Spirited Battle with Crazy Horse and His Bands"
A War-Time Wooing: A Story. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1888



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