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Darwin and James Fegan +-+-+- In 1881, one year before his death, Charles Darwin and his family encouraged James Fegan in his labors in the area of Darwin,s home. A brief summary of James W. C. Fegan's work. By Hy Pickering In early days James W. C. Fegan's parents removed
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Red Tam I had been staying with the McGregors for nearly a fortnight, and I believe it had rained every day. True, the country folk said it was only "a wee bit saft," But I called it a regular downpour. And now, here was the first fine day. "If I
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The Wreck and Rescue of a Scotch Fishing Crew The Thrilling Narrative of a Life and Death Experience. By James McKendrick. The sea has many charms and attractions, and has afforded to many, of all classes, much joy and real pleasure. But alas! alas! It has caused much sorrow, and
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Safety, Certainty, and Enjoyment "WHICH CLASS ARE YOU TRAVELLING?" +-+-+- What an oft-repeated question! Let me put it to you; for traveling you most certainly are, travelling from time into eternity; and who knows how very, very near you may be at this moment to the GREAT TERMINUS? Let me
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PRICELESS ORDEAL In the St. Joe Valley For 87 years Harry Miller lived without God. Not that he had no serious thoughts of God: indeed he had, though only on occasion, but these he had managed to silence by long accustomed ignoring of them. Clearly he recalls today how that,
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RELIGION OR CHRIST? By F A H "I need something more than religion now!" These were the arresting words of a sergeant in the Canadian Air Force to whom we had given a "lift" on our journey home from East Anglia towards the close of the Second World War. We
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TRAVELLING BUT HOW ? By FAH Some years ago I was returning home after spending a happy week-end with believers in the North of Scotland. Accompanying me for part of the journey was a young man who lived near Glasgow. For certain reasons I had taken a first class return
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REST FOR THE HEAVY-LADEN By FAH It was a beautiful summer evening in a well-known watering place in Wales. On the Sea- front stood a large crowd of people listening intently to an aged servant of God who, with his heart full of love for Christ and for souls, was
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LINKS IN A CHAIN OF BLESSING By FAH It was one of England's darkest moments! Her armies had retreated from the Continent; France had fallen, and the local Authorities were busily engaged in removing road signs and everything else that could be of help to an invading force. My wife
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SAFELY OVER By FAH It was a pleasantly warm day and my wife and I were enjoying a rest on a promenade seat at Weston-Super-Mare. The new bridge between England and Wales had recently been opened for general use. Soon an aged man (he told us he was over ninety)
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Till I come By DNL And he called his ten servants, and delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come. - Luke 19:13 As the year 2009 comes to a close, we realize that the day when all the Lord's people will be with Him is