Metaphors, similes and other characteristic sayings of Henry Ward Beecher by Henry Ward Beecher

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Statementcompiled from discourses reported by T.J. Ellinwood ; with introduction by Homer B. Sprague.
ContributionsEllinwood, T. J. 1830-1921.
LC ClassificationsBX7233.B4 M4
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Pagination217 p. :
Number of Pages217
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Open LibraryOL22921602M
LC Control Number40025729

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