Beneath the Banner : Being Narratives of Noble Lives and Brave Deeds

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Main Author: Cross, F. J.
Format: eBook
Published: Project Gutenberg, 2003
Series:Project Gutenberg 10024
Online Access: An ebook freely available from Project Gutenberg
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505 0 |a  Only a nurse girl: Alice Ayres -- A slave trade warrior: Sir Samuel Baker -- Two working men heroes: Case and Chew -- The commander of the Thin Red Line: Sir Colin Campbell -- A sailor bold and true: Lord Cochrane -- A rough diamond that was polished: John Cassell -- "A brave, fearless sort of lass": Grace Darling -- A friend of lepers: Father Damien -- A great Arctic explorer: Sir John Franklin -- A saviour of six: Fireman Ford -- A blind helper of the blind: Elizabeth Gilbert -- A great traveller in the air: James Glaisher -- The soldier with the magic wand: General Gordon -- "Valiant and true": Sir Richard Grenville -- One who left all: Bishop Hannington -- A man who conquered disappointments: Sir Henry Havelock -- A friend of prisoners: John Howard -- A hero of the Victoria Cross: Kavanagh -- The man who braved the flood: Captain Lendy -- A temperance leader: Joseph Livesey -- A great missionary explorer: David Livingstone -- From farm lad to merchant prince: George Moore -- A man who asked and received: George Müller -- A labourer in the vineyard: Robert Moffat -- "The lady with the lamp": Florence Nightingale -- For England, home, and duty: The death of Nelson -- A woman who succeeded by failure: Harriet Newell -- A martyr of the south seas: Bishop Patteson -- "K.G. and Coster": Lord Shaftesbury -- A statesman who had no enemies: W.H. Smith -- Greater than an archbishop: The Rev. C. Simeon -- A soldier missionary: Hedley Vicars -- A lass that loved the sailors: Agnes Weston -- A great commander on a famous battlefield: The Duke of Wellington -- A prince of preachers: John Wesley -- Some children of the Kingdom -- A boy hero: John Clinton -- Postscript. 
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