The Sage Brush Parson A.B. Ward

ISBN: 9781331269533

Published: September 27th 2015

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410 pages


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The Sage Brush Parson  by  A.B. Ward

The Sage Brush Parson by A.B. Ward
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 410 pages | ISBN: 9781331269533 | 10.39 Mb

Excerpt from The Sage Brush ParsonWhen the train stopped at Battle Mountain, a certain morning in May, 1881, there was only one passenger to alight. He presented a remarkable appearance, even in that place and at that time. The other passengersMoreExcerpt from The Sage Brush ParsonWhen the train stopped at Battle Mountain, a certain morning in May, 1881, there was only one passenger to alight.

He presented a remarkable appearance, even in that place and at that time. The other passengers might be forgiven for putting their heads out of the window to look at him, nor was it strange that the station agent, rolling his quid into the other cheek, stood at gaze, as the newcomer stepped briskly towards him.

Tall, slender, with the bend at the shoulders which betrays the student, the eager stoop of one who drinks thirstily of his books and long, intent on what he saw, alive to his fingertips, he came striding forward, his large, dark eyes glowing in the pallor of so much of his face as showed above the silken black beard veiling the lower half. He was clothed in clerical black, all but his hat.

That was Nevadas, the cowboys, the miners, a soft, golden-brown sombrero, giving him a brigandish look which ill consorted with his large, gentle, melancholy eyes.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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