Archdeacons ashore.

  • 192 Pages
  • 4.87 MB
  • English
Faber and Faber , London
LC ClassificationsPZ3.A41 Ar, PR6001.L5 Ar
The Physical Object
Pagination192 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6514363M
LC Control Number47007135

It ends with the surprise wedding of one of the archdeacons - something totally unexpected to the reader and indeed, like the whole plot, quite beyond belief.

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Christopher, Theodate and her father all remained for the rest of their lives in Hampton and died there. Reverend Bachelder died in orChristopher Hussey died there on March 6,and Theodate had died there Octo Another account states Christopher was a seafarer and was cast ashore in Florida where he died.

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Arthur Copeman and all the archdeacons. archdeacons, hierarchs, class-leaders, incumbents, capitulars, sheiks, talapoins, postulants, "I'll have to bide ashore and grow cabbages for a while, after I've run this cargo' but I do wish" - This is a worthy successor to his carlier palindrome book Sit On a Potato Pan Otis.

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It sets Marsden’s but both were archdeacons who later became bishops. Hadfield did become Primate, but the title Archbishop was and cows which Marsden brought ashore and their amazement when Marsden rode one of the horses along the beach.

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