It would have been a grave omission had no attempt been made at the earliest possible time to place on record some account of the Christian steadfastness and heroism of the many godly men belonging to every arm of the service engaged in the war in South Africa...' This version includes new illustrationsIt ishis habit soto do, and even the Christian soldier who has belonged tothisswearing set oftenfinds it a great difficultytobreak awayfromhis oldhabits. ... It was astonishing how many pieces ofiron fell uponhis feet, and how often a rod was thrust into his back! At such ... He hadtaken his money out ofthe Savings Bank, and locked itinhisbox; but the ... Andavision oftheold mother waiting for her boy, and waitingin vain, brought a big lump in his throat which it was difficult to choke down.
|Title||:||From Aldershot To Pretoria (Illustrated)|
|Author||:||W.E. Sellers, R.W. Allen|