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  • We are almost at our journey's end now, indeed this is the end of the journey, for the railroad negroes and Mr. Duvall and Mr. Burke, for here they separate from us, Father is going to leave the negroes on Mr. Gordon's

    Diary, August 8, 1859-May 15, 1865.

  • And yet he who is negligent in this inquiry walks at all peradventures with God, -- knows not whereabout he is in his way, whether he be nearer or farther off from his journey's end than he was before.


  • It was just over a hundred miles to the oasis, but Felicia was ready to agree feelingly that it might have been a thousand, long before the green fringe of the palm trees warned her that journey's end was in sight.

    Falcon's Prey


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