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Image from page 280 of “The origin and history of the primitive Methodist Church” (1880)
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Title: The origin and history of the primitive Methodist Church
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Kendall, H. B
Subjects: Methodist Church — History
Publisher: London : Dalton
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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/.V. ./,,„,■„/■■ THE PEBIOD OF CIRCUIT PREDOMINANCE AND ENTERPRISE. 271 of those who had had the temerity to lend them for preaching services. But thepersistent, protracted persecution—for it extended over months—using methods worthy of an Irish eviction agent—was met by a resistance just as determined and dogged asitself, and in the end more successful. It was a veritable tug of war: and now thata similar struggle for principle, though on a more colossal scale, is everywhere goingon, it will he well to recall this episode in the history of village Primitive Methodism.It has a good many lessons for these times. It shows that some of our villagehave a history of which we may well he proud ; that they were founded and maintainedat much sacrifice by humble stalwarts. If you had talked to them of the Non-conformist conscience or of political Dissenters they would not have understood you ;but their Protestantism and Methodism was so dear to them that they clung to it at all

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vickerstaffs cottage, shelforu,Where services used to be held in the cottage on the right-hand side. costs. The poet bethought him of village Hampdens : so we have had our villageYickerstaffs and Woodwards— . . . . that with dauntless breastThe little tyrant of their fields withstood. We have had them, and are anxious to keep up the breed, and recent events in theneighbourhood of Wirksworth and elsewhere show that the breed is not extinct. Overthe whole of this story is broadly written : Dont forget your village causes. Whentempted to leave them, think what it cost to found such as they. But the story?Clowes tells it, but he tells it incompletely, as if from partial knowledge or imperfectrecollection. But Clowes was at Shelford while the first part of the story was beingenacted, and naturally it made a deep impression on him, so that when he came towrite his reminiscences he speaks of little else save that he records how a persecutor 272 PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. was removed by be

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Image from page 188 of “The Saturday evening post” (1839)
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Title: The Saturday evening post
Year: 1839 (1830s)
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Publisher: Philadelphia : G. Graham
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Oh, Me Name is SamI Hall and I Jltes You One an Hall LLVSTRATED BY YES, I was sorterreposinmyself intheshade of somebushes on the side of alittle lane cuttin intothe pike when Bill comealong. I cottoned toBill right off. He wasbig and hearty-lookin,with curly hair, grizzledaround the edges, anda jolly, twinklin eye.Only there want muchtwinkle to it just thenand his face wassweaty and tired-lookin. I see at aglance that Bill wantno experienced hobolike myself, and fromhis rollin gait and bighands and wristscovered with tattooinI guessed he was a seafarin man. A little dog with curly hair and a pug nose was atrottin at his heels.Takin of em full and by, there aint much harm in sailormen. I been one myselfoff an on for forty or fifty years and know the breed. They git rough sometimeswhen they come ashore, havin a sorter idee that the shore was made to git drunk on;but the main run of em are just children-like and I piped Bill down for one of the oldschool. Bill, he want no longer youngâ

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Image from page 93 of “Hounds : their breeding and kennel management” (1905)
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Title: Hounds : their breeding and kennel management
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Sentinel Bradley, Cuthbert
Subjects: English foxhound Hounds Dogs
Publisher: London : Horace Cox
Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Tufts University

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nanimous opinion amongmasters of beagles that, for a hound to do his workin the best way, he should possess good shoulders,straight legs, good feet, and a strong back and loin;and, of the smart little hounds that now come on tothe flags at Peterborough, many have these qualities.The majority of masters believing in what, after all,must be the best type, let us hope that this littlehound will continue to improve in the future as hehas done in the past, till he arrives almost toperfection. In illustration of the modern beagle, I have beenable to obtain a photograph of the Stoke PlaceArchie 03, the winner of the stallion houndprize at Peterborough last July. He is a beautifullittle hound, and is one that masters of beagleswould do well to keep in their minds eye whenlooking for a stallion hound. The Hulton Gamester00, the champion doghound at Peterboroughin 1900, is another typical hound, whose pedigreetraces to such well-known beagle sources as theRoyal Rock, Cheshire, and Mr. Johnsons.

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CO o PEDIGREES.—BEAGLES.PEDIGREE OF THE STOKE PLACE ARCHIE ^03, ,Cheshire Bellman 92 CHAW-STONGUARDS-MAN 00 Chawston Gay Lass 97 Cheshire Regent F. S.Cheshire Beauty F. S. f Chawston Ranger Chawston Dinah. Mr. E. B. Lords Forrester STOKE PLACE MADCAP 98 Stoke Place Melody 95 … Mr. Howard Vyses Ruler Mr. Howard Vyses Maypole. F. S. Means Foundation Stock, being hounds entered in the firstvolume of the Harrier and Beagle Stud Book, published in 1891. 42 HOUNDS: PEDIGREE OF THE HULTON GAMESTER ^oo. Q f o {nZ XO i (Royal Rock Driver c . f Mr. Johnsons Marvel ■< o ^ j ( Royal Rock Modesty ^_-o I f Mr. Johnsons Bismark S ^ LMr. Johnsons Trifle ■] (^ Royal Rock Tuneful r Mr. Johnsons Bismark-^ ^ fMr. Johnsons Monarch <o-^ 1 F. S ( Royal Rock Melody ^. ^ I r Mr. Johnsons fomboy ^ w ^Mr. Johnsons Crafty F. S. I (^Mr. Johnsons BluebelL DAM. CD OuOZ o H Q^ fCheshire Bellman 92 (u- I •^^^ Q [^Cheshire Music F. S. CO f Sir C. Legards MarinerO L^^- l^ewess Glory. r Cheshire Regent F

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