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The Coalheaver"s Scraps: A Present to His Venerable and Revered Brother Jenkins

by William Huntington

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Starting out on his medical career practically penniless, his only money to start with being a graduating present of $10, given by Mrs. Frances White, and $1 by Prof. Jonas Henderson, he began at once to demonstrate his curative powers as a physician at New Orleans, La., Crowley, La., Orange, Texas, Lake Charles, La., and Lafayette, La., where. Page 10 - [see page image] IX 11 ustrations Player seal and motto xiv Cover page of the first edition of The Player 31 “Farewell to Bacchus” 37 Exterior of the Playhouse 50 Interior of the Playhouse (Stage) 51 Interior of the Playhouse (Auditorium) 52 Paul Honore mural 54 Detail of the auditorium 55 Lobby of the Playhouse 56 A New Deal 64 Roller Skates Must Be Mended () 69 Men Working.

A man of his age and accomplishment running about the country with a batch of old rusty, ragged certificates in his pocket, gathered through twenty years, not one of which ten years old, says a word about his moral character--willing to teach for the pitiful sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, and confessedly with no money in his pocket! Considering the antiquity, the lie in Genesis Chapter 4 was terribly criminal in nature. This is how my copy of the Bible gives the story. Cain was unhappy with his brother Abel for being God’s favourite offering Him firstlings of his flock and fat thereof when his own offering of ‘fruit of the ground’ did not seem to please the LORD.

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