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The Cumberland Letters : Being the Correspondence of Richd. Dennison Cumberland and George Cumberland, Between the Years 1771 and 1784

By: Cumberland, Richard Dennison, B. 1752; Cumberland, George, 1754-1848; Black, Clementina, Editor

...THE CUMBERLAND by RICHARD DENNISON CUMBERLAND Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ... ... Literature Collection World Public Library.org LETTERS Title: THE CUMBERLAND LETTERS Author: RICHARD DENNISON CUMBERLAND Language: English S... ...... ... Adelphi mcmxii List of Illustrations DRIFFIELD VICARAGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE From a Photograph Frontispiece SIR JOHN BALCHEN From the Painting by Knelle... ...neller at Greenwich Facing page Hospital ' 1 6 RICHARD DENNISON CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade " 48 GEORGE CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade ... ... Shade " 48 GEORGE CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade 80 MRS. CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade 128 MR. THOMAS SMITH From a Contemporary Shade 19... ... have done in retracing the intimate lives of this little group of English people, so like ourselves, yet so different in external trifles, I cannot t... ... which circles round George and his elder brother, was the work chiefly of people belonging to the upper middle class of this country. The writers wer... ...uals, but open, generous and considerate to the poor, and beloved by young people ; George, impulsive, eager, full of artistic appreciations, half-dev...

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People from Cumberland County, Nova Scotia

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Confession of Faith and Government of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church

By: Cumberland Presbyterian Church

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Title: CONFESSION OF FAITH AND GOVERNME... ... PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Title: CONFESSION OF FAITH AND GOVERNMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ...ent,'' setting forth the points wherein Cumberland Presbyterians dissented from the Westminster Confession of Faith. They were as fol- lows : 1. That ... ...de. But it was impossible to eliminate all the features of hyper-Calvinism from the Westmin- ster Confession of Faith by simply expunging words, phras... ... or subject taking a vote upon it as a whole. In this way the entire book, from beginning to end, was carefully and prayerfully scruti- nized, and nec... ...ith and above them, at his pleasure. 14. God never leaves nor forsakes his people ; yet when they fall into sin he chastises them in various ways, and... ... thathemightredeem usfrom all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works. Gal. i. 4 : "Who gave himself for our sins, ... ...n in his place, let no man go out .of his place on the seventh day. So the people restedontheseventh day. Ex. xxxi. 15, 16 : Six day3may work be done ...

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Cumberland, Maryland

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... Media People S... ...on Park Cumberland Times-News ... ...es-News Cumberland Theatre ... ... Greater Cumberland Regional Airport ... ........  to show the template in its collapsed state, i.e. hidden apart from its titlebar; |state=expanded ............. ... Media People S... ........  to show the template in its collapsed state, i.e. hidden apart from its titlebar; |state=expanded .............

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Cumberland Presbyterian Digest, 1810-1919

By: Cumberland Presbyterian Church; Biddle, A. C; Stephens, John Vant, 1857-1946. The Cumberland Presbyterian Digest. 1899

...ollection World Public Library.org TERIAN DIGEST, 1810-1919 Title: CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN DIGEST, 1810-1919 Author: A. C. BIDDLE Language: En... ...... ...land Presbyterian Digest 1810-1919 COMPREHENDING A SUCCINCT HISTORY OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH; A CLEAR STATEMENT OF ITS ORGANIC LAWS; TOGE... ...shed in 1899. The need of a new Digest, or one to at least fill up the gap from 1899 down to date, was so evident that a Committee was appointed at th... ... of Publication 210 3. The Board of Publication, Sunday Schools, and Young People's Work 215 4. The Board of Missions and Church Erection 216 5. The W... ...y. To these the reader is referred for full infor- mation on the subject."—From Preface to the Confession of Faith, 1883. 1. THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERY... ...ove branches of literature, before licensure, if they deem it expedient." —From the Circular Letter, pp. 11, 12. At the first regular meeting of the C... ...bjects, were very uncommon. This soon caused a rumor to go abroad, and the people from ev- ery quarter came out to see. The consequence of which was, ... ...al labored in the work of the ministry night and day, yet the cries of the people for more preaching were incessant, and those cries soon became so ge...

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Cumberland, Georgia

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... Cumberland ... ... EDT (UTC-4) Website CumberlandCID.org ... ... CumberlandCID.org Cumberland, also known as Cumberland/Galleria, is an edge city in... ...Cumberland is the region's fifth-largest business district, and is marked by several modern skyscrapers rising from the wooded hills above the freeway... ... Parks People ...

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The Confession of Faith of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in the United States of America

By: Cumberland Presbyterian Church

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Title: THE CONFESSION OF FAITH OF THE C... ...TENN.: BOARD OF PUBLICATION, C. P. CHURCH. It80. : ^VT 1I0JL] J. PREFACE. Cumberland Presbytery, constituted 1810, was divided into three, and a Syno... ...ster Confession of Faith, and adopted it as the Confession of Faith of the Cumberland Pres- byterian Church. Subsequently, the formation of a General ... ...and Councils 159 XXXII. The State of Man after Death, and the Resurrection from the Dead 161 XXXIII. The Last Judgment 164 The Catechism 168 The Ten C... ...in them; for God hath shewed it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the th... ...: It seemed good to me also, havinghad perfect understanding of all things from the very first, to write uDto thee in order, most excellent Theophilus... ... Rev. xxii. 18. CONFESSION OF FAITH. 11 God's revealing his will unto his people beingnow ceased.' II. Under the name of Holy Scriptures, or the word... ...3 VIII. The Old Testament in Hebrew, (which was the native language of the people of God of old,) and theNew Testament in Greek, (which at the time of... ...ony; if CONFESSION OF FAITH. 17 original tongues are not known to all the people of God, who have right unto and interest in the Scriptures, and are ...

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Cumberland slider

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...ostii Holbrook, 1836 Emys cumberlandensis Holbrook, 1840 ... ... The Cumberland slider (Trachemys scripta troostii) or Cumberland turtle, is a s... ...cripta was formerly placed in the genus Pseudemys. It is also known as the Cumberland turtle. It also occurs in a different geographic location from t... ...s the Cumberland turtle. It also occurs in a different geographic location from the yellow-bellied slider (Trachemys s. scripta). Intergradation does ... ...ith yellow striping. There is a distinct bar behind the eyes that can vary from yellow to red and be either thin or wide. The plastron of the turtle h... ...of the water and may bask in stacks or with other species. They are active from April to October. 'Slider' comes from their habit of sliding into the ... ...anic substrate, and overhanging basking spots are especially favored. Most people agree the native lands of the Cumberland slider are in the Cumberlan... ...anic substrate, and overhanging basking spots are especially favored. Most people agree the native lands of the Cumberland slider are in the Cumberlan...

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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland : Volume 2

By: Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811; Flanders, Henry, 1826-1911, Editor

...MEMOIRS OF RICHARD by RICHARD CUMBERLAND Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ... ...rld Public Library.org CUMBERLAND, VOL. II Title: MEMOIRS OF RICHARD CUMBERLAND, VOL. II Author: RICHARD CUMBERLAND Language: English Subject: ... ...... ... ,. . My. 'orden were to wait at LiaboR .till !lr; HfI8sey Wrote to ~ me from Aranjuez,. .and ag-· cordiug to·-~he ~llor of hiB report ,I wa to use... ...: ,: ., .. VOL. II. B • MEMOIRS OP I I In the mean time I understood from M. Hussey, that in applyi1.lg to the Spanish am .. bassador Count' F... ... N unet for his passport, l1C had committed himself to a conversatio~, . from ,vhich he dre,v very promising expecta ... tions; of this I informed ... ... host takes little or no pwns to allay, \ sometimes fermen~, till if your people cannot ~rive off the interlopers with a high hand, you call in the... ...tion 'Of your roast meat. . I wat once driven to. this Tefltence, wheD my people - were out-numbered, and then my defender gave me gravely to uBders... ...om of my embarrassed situation but a tottering~ ministry, a discontented people, an unquiet capi .. ta~ our trading fleets captured, and our fighti...

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Cumberland, British Columbia

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...e 1871 union of British Columbia with Canada. The town was renamed after Cumberland in Great Britain by James Dunsmuir in 1891. Robert Dunsmu... ...00. In 1946, a magnitude 7.3 earthquake demolished chimneys of houses in Cumberland. Retrieved on 2008-06-11 There are many old company houses and ... ...08-06-11 There are many old company houses and structures still intact in Cumberland, and at one point it boasted the second largest Chinatown on t... ...st of North America. Demographics Cumberland had a population of 2, 762 people in 2006, which was an increase of 4.9% from the 2001 census count. T... ...d had a population of 2, 762 people in 2006, which was an increase of 4.9% from the 2001 census count. The median household income in 2005 for Cumberl...

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History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church

By: Mcdonnold, Benjamin Wilburn, 1827-1889; Cumberland Presbyterian Board of Publication; Howard, John M., Ed

...in weakness or in pain. —F-, R. H. NASHVILLE, TENN.: Board of Publicatiox of Cumberland Presbyterian Church iSSS. LIBRARY OF PRINCETON Allfi I I 2004... ...E. At the suggestion of Dr. D. M. Harris, tlie Board of Pub- lication of the Cumberland Presbyterian church contracted with the writer for the prepara... ..., giving each event and actor a place. The third was to make such selections from the whole field as would furnish a volume of good reading for our pe... ...tions from the whole field as would furnish a volume of good reading for our people, and illustrate our life and progress. The first method was not ac... ...eserve mention, was deliberately adopted, and the work of gathering material from the whole field, and studying every particle of this material so as ... ...e placed at tl:e last of the book; and if they brought out any thing further from the w^ork of our people in any particular State, at any later period... ...of the book; and if they brought out any thing further from the w^ork of our people in any particular State, at any later period, all well; and if not... ...ords which I can now fi. d of the proceedings of the conventions held by our people in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in 1863, and in Selma, Alabama, in 1864... ...f all our first judicatures have also been examined, and the archives of old Cumberland College and of Cumberland Uni- versity were consulted, as well...

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Cumberland Lodge

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...o died there in 1722; John Spencer (1744–1746); Prince William, Duke of Cumberland, son of King George II (1746–1765); Prince Henry, Duke of Cum... ...thearn, son of Frederick, Prince of Wales (1765–1790); Anne, Duchess of Cumberland and Strathearn, widow of Henry (1790–1803); George Spencer-Chur... ...d Fitzalan of Derwent, last Viceroy of Ireland (1923–1947). During 1936 Cumberland Lodge was used for key meetings between the King’s Private Secr... ...at issues of the day could be openly discussed. The book impressed leading people in a nation still at war. It led to a determination to set up a plac... ...up a place where students, and those responsible for the guidance of young people, could meet to discuss what contribution they could make, through th... ...harines. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother was Patron of the Foundation from 1947 until her death in 2002. In February 2003 she was succeeded in th... ...c workshops and short residential courses by groups of students, primarily from universities, who go there to examine the fundamental assumptions unde... ...rence a year is dedicated to postgraduate students, bringing them together from many institutions and disciplines. Other conferences are for people in... ...together from many institutions and disciplines. Other conferences are for people in any walk of life with a commitment to the topic. It is not open ...

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Centennial Sermons and Papers Delivered at the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Organization of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church before the Eightieth General Assembly, Dickson, Tenn., May 19-24, 1910

By: Cumberland Presbyterian Church. General Assembly; Baskette, R. L.

...pers delivered at the One Hundredth Anniversary of the organization of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church before the Eightieth General Assembly • Dick... ... Assembly • Dickson, Tenn., May 19-24, 1910 Compiled by R. L. Baskette THE CUMBERLAND BRESS Nashville. Tennessee 1911 I'W VMl'-'^nj Copyright by R. L... ...mon 13 Rev. J. T. Barbec Tenting on the Old Camp Ground 27 Rev. J. S. Hall Cumberland Presbyterianism Defined 38 J. L. Goodknight, D.D., LL.D. A Disco... ...dPresbyterianChurch 243 J. W. Wyckofif History of Sunday Schools and Young People's Work OFTHE Cumberland Presbyterian Church 253 Rev. Thomas Ashburn ... ...96 Rev. James McGready, a minister of the Presby- terian Church, emigrated from North Carolina to Logan County, Kentucky. He became the pastor of thre... ...h the days of his humiUation are ended, yet for the encourage- ment of his people, he has left on record, that where two or three agree upon earth, to... ...ations to a prayer-hearing God, for the outpouring of his spirit, that his people may be quickened and comforted, and that our children and sinners ge... ...irst time, to a sin-cursed world. A favorite subject with Mr. McGready was from Daniel 5: 27: 'TEKEL; Thou art weighed in the balance, and art found w... ...History has failed to record the name of this daughter in Israel. She went from house to house, and from community to community, telling the people th...

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Cumberland Market

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...r the marketing of hay, vegetables and meat., Much of this has been taken from "Straws from Cumberland Market" by Patrick Baty in the catalogue for... ... hay, vegetables and meat., Much of this has been taken from "Straws from Cumberland Market" by Patrick Baty in the catalogue for "A Countryman in ... ...ick Baty in the catalogue for "A Countryman in Town: Robert Bevan and the Cumberland Market Group" at Southampton City Art Gallery. The exhibition r... ...berland Market Group" at Southampton City Art Gallery. The exhibition ran from 26 September to 14 December 2008 before moving to Abbot Hall Art Gall... ... to 14 December 2008 before moving to Abbot Hall Art Gallery in Kendal from 13 January to 21 March 2009.Ann Saunders. Regent's Park. A Study of th... ...f the Area from 1086 to the Present Day. David & Charles. 1969. p.83. Only Cumberland Market, the northernmost square survived as a commercial area. ... ...d, for example, were ideal for multi occupation for as many as nine or ten people could be accommodated in each.John Yeates. NW1. The Camden Town Arti... ... to make way for the new St Pancras Station in 1868. As many as 32, 000 people were displaced, most with no form of compensation.Steven P. Swensen....

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The Confession of Faith of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in the United States of America

By: Cumberland Presbyterian Church

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Title: THE CONFESSION OF FAITH OF THE C... ...BLY, AT PRINCETON, KY., MAY, 1829. PITTSBURGH: BOARD OP PUBLICATION OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 1864. PREFACE. Cumberland Presbytery, cons... ...ster Confession of Faith, and adopted it as the Confession of Faith of the Cumberland Pres- byterian Church. Subsequently, the formation of a General ... ...and Councils 159 XXXII. The State of Man after Death, and the Resurrection from the Dead 161 XXXIII. The Last Judgment 164 The Catechism 168 The Ten C... ...n them ; for God hath shewed it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the th... ...: It seemed good to me also, havinghad perfect understanding of all things from the very first, to write unto thee in order, most excellent Theophilus... ... Rev. xxii. 18. CONFESSION OF FAITH. 11 God's revealing his will unto his people beingnow ceased.' II. Under the name of Holy Scriptures, or the word... ...* VIII. The Old Testament in Hebrew, (which was the native language of the people of God of old,) and theNew Testament in Greek, (which at the time of... ...ony; if CONFESSION OF FAITH. 17 original tongues are not known to all the people of God, who have right unto and interest in the Scriptures, and are ...

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Cumberland Compact

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...onstitution, signed on May 13, 1780, by settlers when they arrived on the Cumberland River and settled Fort Nashborough, which would become Nashvi... ...ed. Other than these blemishes, the document is intact and legible. The Cumberland Compact was composed and signed by 256 colonists. Only one, Revo... ...he times, the Compact included a clause that these judges could be removed from office by the people. Government salaries were to be paid in goods. G... ...ct included a clause that these judges could be removed from office by the people. Government salaries were to be paid in goods. Governor ship was wo... ...pact did establish a contract and relationship between the settlers of the Cumberland region and limited the punishment that could be meted out by the...

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Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society : Publications : Vol. 5

By: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org RELATING TO CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND, VOL. I Title: PAPERS AND PEDIGREES MAINLY ... ...ND WESTMORLAND, VOL. I Title: PAPERS AND PEDIGREES MAINLY RELATING TO CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND, VOL. I Author: WILLIAM JACKSON Language: Englis... ...... ... Editor of " Memoirs of Dr. Richard Gilpin ; " v2rV., &'c., &fc. REPRINTED FROM VARIOUS LOCAL AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS. AND EDITED BY MRS. JACKSON. VOLU... ...umberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, in which from its commence- ment my husband took so deep an interest, that its Extra... ...arly in the Pedigrees ; as it is, they remain almost entirely as they came from his pen, excepting those of the families of Richmond and Orfeur, where... ...ower fadeth : because the Spirit of the Lord, bloweth upon it : surely the people is grass. The grass withereth, the flower fadeth : but the word of o... ...nsuccessful result to themselves. " In the summer of 1658 some mischievous people, secretly during the night, broke off and took down from the tree ne... ...clamation doth forbid all coffee-houses in selling of coffee pubhcly." The people had long been disgusted with the favour shown to the Papists, and th...

Subject: Cumberland (England) -- Antiquities; Westmorland (England) -- Antiquities

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Cumberland, Ottawa

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...Location of Cumberland in Ottawa Cumberland is a large village on the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario, Canad... ...io, Canada, in the city of Ottawa. It was part of the historic Township of Cumberland, and was originally part of Russell County, joining the Region o... ...arleton in the 1960s. In 1999, the township became the short lived City of Cumberland which amalgamated into the City of Ottawa in 2001. While the com... ... Notable people ... ... Categories Articles lacking sources from December 2009 All articles lacking sources ...

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Rural Resorts and Summer Retreats Along the Line of the Cumberland Valley Railroad, Including Picnic Parks and Pleasure Places

By: Cumberland Valley Railroad Company

... [) mTRODUCTIOlSr. The Valley. Nearly half a century has elapsed since the Cumberland Valley Railroad Company first broke ground for its pioneer ent... ...f the Delaware, the bi-centcnnial of whose arri- val is now at hand. Peeping from these slopes of velvet green and silvered border are the homes of fa... ...pires and bel- fries mark equi-distant points in a line of beauty stretching from where a silver gleam of waters marks the presence of the Susquehanna... ...ntain seem to meet and blend their blueness. And the glimmering track of the Cumberland Valley Railroad, like the great artery as it is of the busy li... ...is of the busy life with which this scene is instinct, winds in gentle curve from village to vil- lage, and town to town, in the original line of civi... ... also the first survey for a similar road was made through the region of the Cumberland A^alley, under the auspices of the State authorities. The Cumb... ...ue country through which it passes has had consider- able attraction for the people of the neighboring towns and cities. The grounds around Williams' ... ...ther, that no one can form an estimate of their extent. But with hundreds of people there at the same time, families and small companies may go off an... ...disappointed, but he wall find many rural comforts and beauties such as city people would gladly attain to if they only could. After all, this is the ...

Subject: Cumberland Valley (Md. and Pa.)

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Cumberland, Kentucky

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...own Location of Cumberland, Kentucky Coordin... ... 0511673 Cumberland is a 4th-class city in Harlan County, Kentucky, in the United St... ... reading 7 History Cumberland was settled in 1837 and named Poor Fork, for its location on a f... ...ics As of the census[6] of 2000, there were 2,611 people, 1,076 households, and 723 families residing in the city. The popula... ...s, and 723 families residing in the city. The population density was 570.5 people per square mile (220.1/km²). There were 1,288 housing units at an av... ...% White, 5.09% African American, 0.50% Native American, 0.04% Asian, 0.04% from other races, and 0.73% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of a... ...he city the population was spread out with 25.5% under the age of 18, 9.2% from 18 to 24, 25.5% from 25 to 44, 22.1% from 45 to 64, and 17.7% who were...

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The Cumberland Letters : Being the Correspondence of Richd. Dennison Cumberland and George Cumberland, Between the Years 1771 and 1784

By: Cumberland, Richard Dennison, B. 1752; Cumberland, George, 1754-1848; Black, Clementina

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE CUMBERLAND LETTERS Author: CLEMENTINA BLACK Language: English Subject: F... ...... ...nnot be sufficiently grateful to the author." MARTIN SECKER PUBLISHER THE CUMBERLAND LETTERS Being the Correspondence of RICH? DENNISON CUMBERLAND ... ...et ADELPHI mcmxii List of Illustrations DRIFFIELD VICARAGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE From a Photograph Frontispiece SIR JOHN BALCHEN From the Painting by Knel... ... by Kneller at Greenwich Facing page Hospital 16 RICHARD DENNISON CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade 48 GEORGE CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade ... ...rary Shade 48 GEORGE CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade 80 MRS. CUMBERLAND From a Contemporary Shade 128 MR. THOMAS SMITH From a Contemporary Shade ... ... I have done in retracing the intimate lives of this little group of English people, so like ourselves, yet so different in external trifles, I cannot... ...ce which circles round George and his elder brother, was the work chiefly of people belonging to the upper middle class of this country. The writers w... ...equals, but open, generous and considerate to the poor, and beloved by young people ; George, impulsive, eager, full of artistic appreciations, half-d...

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Cumberland, Maine

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... Cumberland is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States . The population was 7, 211 a... ...h Portland – Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area . History Cumberland, Maine (also known as Cumberland Center), was once part of ... ...aim Sturdivant when the new town government elected him to do the task. The Cumberland Fair, one of the state's larger agricultural fairs, has been... ..., some of which are on Route 26, also called the Gray Road. Across Main Street from the high school, there is a convenience store called Food Stop. Th... ...own. Demographics 2010 census As of the census of 2010, there were 7, 211 people, 2, 697 households, and 2, 079 families residing in the town. Th... ...97.2% White, 0.5% African American, 0.2% Native American, 0.8% Asian, 0.3% from other races, and 1.0% from two or more races. Hispanic or Lati... ... were under the age of 18; 4.7% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 18.2% were from 25 to 44; 35.6% were from 45 to 64; and 14.5% were 65 years of age... ...e and 52.2% female. 2000 census As of the census of 2000, there were 7, 159 people, 2, 548 households, and 2, 046 families residing in the town. T... ... and 2, 046 families residing in the town. The population density was 274.6 people per square mile (106.0/km²). There were 2, 945 housing units at...

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Richard Cumberland : Critic and Friend of the Jews

By: Newman, Louis I. (Louis Israel), 1893-1972; Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811

...NYPL RESEARCH LIBRARIES 3 3433 08233494 1 &«»MS Pf\ Richard Cumberland Critic and Friend of the Jews \ by LOUIS I. NEWMAN Rabbi of the ... ...ittle book is the outcome of a revival of interest in the works of Richard Cumberland, stimulated by the production of his famous play, "The Jew," by ... ...e country. I then undertook a study of the life and Jewish associations of Cumberland, making it a point to em- ploy the original sources which the li... ... News" in July and Au- gust, and were reprinted in the "Jew- ish Gazette," from July to September, 1919. Through the kindness of the "Jewish Daily New... ...estament Mystery or Miracle plays produced after the expulsion of the Jews from England in 1290. Dur- ing the reign of Queen Elizabeth, a number of pl... ...play, the original Shylock was a Christian who demanded his pound of flesh from a 3 Richard Cumberland Jew, was not explained to the au- diences ; de... ... intimately the an- cient history of the Jews, whom as a living and modern people, he sought to defend. 4. Cumberland as Critic of the Jew* a. His Con... ...and humanity, he was not unwilling to write a word on behalf of the Jewish people. Cumberland's role as a critic of the Jews and Judaism is shown in h... ...rld before the coming of Jesus. He pays a tribute to the Jews, "a peculiar people" who had preserved the worship of the true and only God : "whilst al...

Subject: Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811

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Cumberland Posey

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...ommittee on African-American Baseball Cumberland Willis "Cum" Posey, Jr. (June 20, 1890 – March 28, 1946) was an ... ...l links Early life Cumberland Jr. was born into Western Pennsylvania's Negro elite, the son of... ...umberland Jr. was born into Western Pennsylvania's Negro elite, the son of Cumberland Willis Posey Sr. and Angelina "Anna" Stevens Posey of Homestead,... ...Posey was the best African American basketball player of his time, playing from the early 1900s (decade) through the mid-1920s. His peers and the spor... ...ing four straight Colored Basketball World Championship titles. He retired from basketball in the late 1920s to focus exclusively on the business of b... ...of black baseball, winning numerous pennants, including nine consecutively from 1937-45. In 1910, a group of Homestead steelworker... ...frican-American sports executives and administrators People from Homestead, Pennsylvania 1890 births ...

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Cumberland's British Theatre

By: John Cumberland

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE, VOL. XI Author: JOHN HOWARD PAYNE Language:... ...... ...," -,.' .. _I ,I ~ PlTBLtSHED BY JOHN CUMBERT.AN1> 19 LUDGATt: HIU .. • CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH rHEA TRE, WITH PRINTED FROM THE AC1"JNG COPIES, ... ....AN1> 19 LUDGATt: HIU .. • CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH rHEA TRE, WITH PRINTED FROM THE AC1"JNG COPIES, AS PHRJ'ORMBD AT 'rBE '.I'HEATRES-ROY AL, LOND... ...N TNIl C1LI.B..ICTER" OF JUNIUS BRUTUS. EJIII&Ted on Steel by MB. WOOLN07U, from an on,tnai Drawtn, by liB. W .lOB MAN • • , LONDON: JOHN CUMBER... ...r YirtUta, and with all ber elory. We alk no profane band to lift the yeil from miaery 10 .aered at hen. lbere i. an affecting pictare, " n.e dead ... ...here harangues assembled Rome. He waves aloft . The bloody dagger; all the people hear him With wildest admiration and applause; He speaks as if b... ...k achier, wbose well estab1ish'd fame May win the hearts of this inconstant people; A chief so brave, that, should we prove victorious, He may comp... ...Tarquin, Who, on arriving at a neighbouring village, Was known, and by the people stoned to death. Br. Now, Lucretia! · Thy ghost may cease to wan...

Digitized from the holdings of Harvard University.; Printed from the acting copies as performed at the Theatres Royal, London.

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Cumberland, Iowa

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... County, Iowa, United States . The population was 262 at the 2010 census . Cumberland's sister community is Massena, Iowa . Geography Cumberland... ...t land. Demographics 2010 census As of the census of 2010, there were 262 people, 116 households, and 66 families residing in the city. The popu... ...city was 98.9% White, 0.4% Native American, 0.4% Pacific Islander, and 0.4% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.4% of... ... were under the age of 18; 6.8% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 21.4% were from 25 to 44; 28.6% were from 45 to 64; and 17.9% were 65 years of age... ...male and 49.6% female. 2000 census As of the census of 2000, there were 281 people, 128 households, and 82 families residing in the city. The popu... ...olds, and 82 families residing in the city. The population density was 466.9 people per square mile (180.8/km²). There were 144 housing units at an ... ...racial makeup of the city was 99.29% White, 0.36% Native American, and 0.36% from two or more races. There were 128 households out of which 25.0% h...

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Cumberland's British Theatre

By: John Cumberland

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE, VOL. XIV Author: GEORGE DANIEL Language: En... ...ry.net .,,_L1SBl:D SE'P! l.l81t1.BY JOlfN' CU1USF.ltJ.AND.19 LUDGA.TE HI CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE,. WITa P&lK!ED noll TID ACTIJIQ coPra, .... ... IIAJlLBY: •• D IIX 0.181 •• L WOOD UO&AYI.8 .. 'Jo..oo •• • ~MDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND, 19, LUDGATE HILL. 1828. , .. THE DISAGREEABLE SURPRISE: ... ... lEn ~IDO ",tI. BY GEORGE PANIEL, .. .tI.t1ao~ 0/ Dr. Bol.,. tee PRINTED FROM THE ACTING COPY, WITH REMARU, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL, BY D.-G. ... ...EY, IN THB CILtBACTBB 0' BILLY BOMBAST. Eagraftd on Steel by MB, WOOLNOTB, from an original DrawlD, by liB. W AGBJlAN. LONDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND, 6... ...pon, the very merriest portion of his lnajesty's subjects would be banished from honest society, and your dull heavy fellows (for be it known that y... ...o. And I, by my unknown virtue and prudence, am al)le to watch over myself. People at your age ought w be prudent IC." 11.] TIR DIIAGUZABLJ: IUa.R... ... and stare us out of ~ounteJlat1ce. Flo. 'rhat's because we are fashionable people, JOur worship. . Si,. T. Fashionable! 6ddle8tiek! Don't I hate f... ...rand~r than me, When rm drest iu my Aldermaa'. gown. Jalap, cathartic, pre people the heart-ache, Wine 1* giVelI sPirIts aDd glee ; WidJ tllltle a...

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Cumberland, Ohio

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...Ohio, United States . The population was 367 at the 2010 census . Geography Cumberland is located at (39.852371, -81.658481). According to the U... ...it land. Demographics 2010 census As of the census of 2010, there were 367 people, 132 households, and 101 families residing in the village. The ... ...eup of the village was 94.3% White, 2.2% African American, 0.3% Asian, 1.1% from other races, and 2.2% from two or more races. Hispanic or Lati... ...ts were under the age of 18; 9% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 27.5% were from 25 to 44; 23.7% were from 45 to 64; and 14.4% were 65 years of age... ...male and 51.0% female. 2000 census As of the census of 2000, there were 402 people, 145 households, and 109 families residing in the village. The ... ..., and 109 families residing in the village. The population density was 832.0 people per square mile (323.4/km²). There were 162 housing units at an ... ...racial makeup of the village was 99.00% White, 0.50% African American, 0.25% from other races, and 0.25% from two or more races. There were 145 ho...

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Cumberland's British Theatre

By: John Cumberland

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE, VOL. VII Author: PHILIP MASSINGER Language:... ...~ ~t&m @.-m~-g"ll-: PUBUSHlID BY JOllll CUMREltLAlQ) 19 LUDQlTE H.J.I.L . CUMBERLAND'S .. BRITISH THEATRE, WITH PRINTED PROM THE ACfING COPIES,... ...SS SMITJf80N ; AJlD 8J:vall OBl&IXA.L WOOD a.O.A.VINQ8. LONDON: ... JOHN CUMBERLAND, It, LUDGATE HILL. 1826. - A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS: - .... ...HSON. IN THB t!lLtB4CTBB 0' JlARGABET. Eupayed OD Steel by Hr. WOOLNO'I'B. from &Dorlglnal Drawlns by IIr. WAoaIiAN. LONDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND, 6, ... ...lt of ltan that, while tbeysbone witb no borrowed 10.tre,lun latbered e10ry from .b beam I. The mOlt Illustriout, anll nest in rank to himeell, is ... ...malt eommand the adlDiration of the aatett poa.erity, could not protect him from the borron of a laol. He died on the 17th of March, 184U. Accordinl... ...Lord Lovell, The gallant-minded, popular, Lord Lo~ell, 'The minion of the people'. love. ~ bear. Re's come into the country; and my aims are, 'To... ... that. the Usts of all advice MYltrength can give you: TIle •• ture of oar people, Oar city's institutions, and the terma For common j aatice, you... ... A.,elo. . . D... I do lear too dreadtul: 81th 'twas my laalt, to glye the people ICOpe, ITwould be my tyrlUlDY, to strike, aDd pli theta :ror wba...

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Cumberland Times-News

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... Headquarters 19 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Maryland 21502  United States ... ... Website times-news.com The Cumberland Times-News is a seven-day morning daily ... ... counties in Maryland, and Mineral County in West Virginia. In addition to its Cumberland headquarters, the newspaper maintained s... ...oughout the region and state. Thomson Newspapers bought the Times-News in 1986 from the McMullen family.[3] Community Newspaper Ho... ... Media People ...

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Cumberland's British Theatre

By: John Cumberland

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE, VOL. V Author: WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE Language:... ...Library.net J I t • ~ , I t , • '1 " '",, I • . , ",'1/ .~ -- CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE, WITB PJUNTBD FaOM THB ACTING COPIES, TH... ...ORTRAIT OF MRS. BUNN; AJID SKVB. OBIGINAL WOOD BlfGRA VINGS. LONDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND, 19, LUDGATE HILL. 1826. o THE WINTER'S TALE: - • A PLA ... ...ALE: - • A PLA Y. )En .fibe "dl. A BY WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE. - I rRINTED FROM THE AcnNG COPY, wrrs UJlARKI. BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL, BY 0-0. T... ...NN, nv TH'& C1L4R.ACTER 0' HB/lJIIONE. Engraved 00 Steel by lIa. WOOLNOTH, from an orlgloal Drawlog by Ma. WAGaMAN. LONDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND, 6, B... ...tnkr's ttale. THAT Shakapeare adhered to the dramatic unitiel, or departed from them, al beat snited hil conveDience, aDd that it would be nnjust t... ... me, and thy places shall Still neighbour mine: My ships are ready, and My people did expect my hence departure Two days ago. ,Cam. It is in mine ... ...atriot-when the character is exploded, marked, proscribed I Why the common people, the vary vulgar, have fouod out the jelt, and laugh at a pariot ... ..., to learn genteelity, and the names, titles, in­ trigues, ad bOD-mots of us people of fasbion-ba, ha, hal LtWd L. Ha, ba, ba I I know them; I know ...

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Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

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...Statistical Area . As of 2010, the population was 235, 406. History Cumberland County was first settled by a majority of Scots-Irish immigrants... ...mbly (legislature) of the Pennsylvania colony on January 27, 1750, created Cumberland County from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, naming it for Cumb... ... of the Pennsylvania colony on January 27, 1750, created Cumberland County from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, naming it for Cumberland, England .... ...gland . Its county seat is Carlisle . The county also lies within the Cumberland Valley adjoining the Susquehanna River at its eastern border,... ...usquehanna River at its eastern border, stretching approximately 42 miles from the borough of Shippensburg on the west to the Susquehanna River i... ...ate Park Demographics As of the census of 2000, there were 213, 674 people, 83, 015 households, and 56, 118 families residing in the county. T... ...56, 118 families residing in the county. The population density was 388 people per square mile (150/km²). There were 86, 951 housing units at an a... ...ican, 0.13% Native American, 1.67% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.43% from other races, and 0.97% from two or more races. 1.35% of the populati...

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Cumberland's British Theatre

By: John Cumberland

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CUMBERLAND'S BRITISH THEATRE, VOL. II Author: WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE Language... ...... ... - • A TRAG EDY, In .ff ..... JJ- BY WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE. "- . " PRINTED FROM THE ACTING COPY, WITH REMARKS, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL, BY D-G. ... ... YOUNG, IN THE ClURACTllB 011 IAGO. ~. Engraved OD Steel by Hr. WOOLNOTB, from an original DrawiDS. by Mr. WAGBMAN. \. LONDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND,... ... Hr. WOOLNOTB, from an original DrawiDS. by Mr. WAGBMAN. \. LONDON: JOHN CUMBERLAND, 6, BRECKNOCK PLACE, CAMDEN TOWN. REMARKS. Ta.-tragedy 01 ... ...ility, woald be to chalo the wiada, and to divert the tide; JudPng, howner, from put ezperieace, we ma,. fairly inter, that her operatioDl, though l... ... 0 the state FQr thus deludiDg you. , , Bra. GiTe me 'a taper ;-call up my people ;­ This accident Is not. unlike my dream, BeUef of it oppresses m... ...both at a birth, 8halllose me :-What I and in a town of war, Yet wild, the people's hea~ brim-fuU of fear, To manage private and domestic qoarrel !... ... my mother give; S he was a charmer, aDd could almost read The thoughts of people: sbe told her. while she kept It, 'Twould make her amiable, and s...

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Cumberland Island horse

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... Cumberland Island horse Cumberland Island horses on the beach ... ... Equus ferus caballus The Cumberland Island horses are a band of feral ... ...s unlikely that any horses left by the Spanish survived, and more likely the current population descends from horses brought to the island in the 18th... ...ly the current population descends from horses brought to the island in the 18th century by the English. Cumberland Island became part of the Cumberla... ...ses were next used as cavalry animals during the American Civil War. After the war, records suggest that people from Jekyll Island captured some of th... ...e next used as cavalry animals during the American Civil War. After the war, records suggest that people from Jekyll Island captured some of the horse... ... feral horse population in an attempt to improve the animals. Carnegie received a small amount of income from the buying and selling of these animals....

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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland

By: Richard Cumberland

...MEMOIRS OF RICHARD by RICHARD CUMBERLAND Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ... ...tion World Public Library.org CUMBERLAND Title: MEMOIRS OF RICHARD CUMBERLAND Author: RICHARD CUMBERLAND Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ...... ...t, though I will not indulge myself in conjectures, I will not turn aside from facts, and neither from affectation of candotlr, nor drea<\ of recrim... ...laim for myself in every page of this hl:s .. tory, of speaking the truth from my heart: I may not always say all that I could, but I will never kno... ...endanger~d church ...... \Vithout intere,:t, ~nd without a wish to emerge from his obscurity and retirement:, this excellent man, the vindicator of... .... but few It I must candidly ackno~ledge that at times when I have heard people searching for intemal evidence in the style o( Junius as to the aut... ...1 thought I could not have a better criterion for the feeling! f of other people, and desired Moody to manage the matter as ~ well as he could; he p... ...ger, as the sea. ran very high" and they were beastly drunk. In this our people were employed all night: when they ~lad refitted the wigging shot a...

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Cumberland Christian Academy

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... Website Cumberland Christian Academy is a non-denominational, K3-12th grade Christi... ... 2 Student Life 3 Cumberland Christian Virtual Academy 4 Locat... ... CCA strives to make Christian educational accessible to students from varying financial and ethnic backgrounds. The student body is diverse ... ...unds. The student body is diverse and also includes international students from countries including Latvia, Romania, South Korea, China, Spain, Nigeri... ...nsform each student’s heart, soul, and mind. CCA exists to challenge young people to know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, to adopt a biblical world v... ...d and others through their character, spiritual integrity, and leadership. From chapels to retreats, from the classroom to the mission field, the Gosp... ...dors, Civil Air Patrol, BETA Club, International Club, and Patriot Voices. Cumberland is a member of the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Associ... ...nsform each student’s heart, soul, and mind. CCA exists to challenge young people to know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, to adopt a biblical world v...

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The Call of the Cumberlands

By: Charles Neville Buck

...iterature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE CALL OF THE CUMBERLANDS Author: CHARLES NEVILLE BUCK Language: English Subject: Fict... ...... ...........................................................147 The Call Of The Cumberlands i The Call Of The Cumberlands Charles Neville Buck This page... ...ous twistings. Now there were no travelers, foreign or native, and no sounds from living throats except at intervals the clear "Bob White" of a nestin... ...ountains cloaked in laurel and timber. Suddenly the leafage was thrust aside from above by a cautious hand, and a shy, half−wild girl appeared in the ... ...paused in indecision between going forward toward exploration and retreating from new and unexplained phenomena. In her quick instinctive movements wa... ... of them, as in this one, was something that made her heart leap. To her own people, these steep hillsides and "coves" and valleys were a matter of co... ...te. She knew the "mountain dew" which paid no revenue tax, and which, as her people were fond of saying, "mout make a man drunk, but couldn't git him ... ...he sun. Samson South had little need of hounds; but, in another century, his people, turning there backs on Virginia affluence to invite the hardships...

...Excerpt: Chapter One. CLOSE to the serried backbone of the Cumberland ridge through a sky of mountain clarity, the sun seemed hesitating before its descent to the horizon. The sugar?loaf cone that towered above a creek called Misery was pointed and edged with emerald tracery where th...

...Table of Contents: The Call Of The Cumberlands, 1 -- Charles Neville Buck, 1 -- Chapter I, 1 -- Chapter II, 4 -- Chapter III, 8 -- Chapter IV, 13 -- Chapter V, 18 -- Chapter VI, 21 -- Chapter VII, 26 -- Chapter VIII, 34 -- Chapter IX, 38 -- Chapter X, 44 -- Ch...

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Cumberland Mountain State Park

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...Cumberland Mountain State Park is a state park in Cumberland County, Tennessee, in the southeastern United States. The park ... ...k in the 1930s. The park is set amidst an environmental microcosm of the Cumberland Plateau and provides numerous recreational activities, includin... ...ous recreational activities, including an 18-hole Bear Trace golf course. Cumberland Mountain State Park began as part of the greater Cumberland Hom... ...d Homestead community. The families of Homestead built the park with help from the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress Administrati... ... north of the park. Byrd Creek, the park's major drainage, flows eastward from the hills to the west for approximately 5 mi before veering north at... ...50 acre . Beyond the dam, Byrd Creek absorbs Threemile Creek, which flows from the west, and continues eastward for another 10 mi before emptying i... ...urrently maintains 37 rustic cabins, each of which can accommodate 4 to 10 people, depending on size. The Mill House Lodge can accommodate 16 people....

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The Call of the Cumberlands

By: Charles Neville Buck

... by CHARLES NEVILLE BURK The Call Of The Cumberlands Charles Neville Buck Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World... ... email: wendover@soon.com Chapter I CLOSE to the serried backbone of the Cumberland ridge through a sky of mountain clarity, the sun seemed hesitati... ...s twistings. Now there were no travelers, foreign or native, and no sounds from living throats except at intervals the clear "Bob White" of a nesting ... ...tains cloaked in laurel and timber. Suddenly the leafage was thrust aside from above by a cautious hand, and a shy, half-wild girl appeared in the op... ...used in indecision between going forward toward exploration and retreating from new and unexplained phenomena. In her quick instinctive movements was ... ... them, as in this one, was something that made her heart leap. To her own people, these steep hillsides and "coves" and valleys were a matter of cour... ... She knew the "mountain dew" which paid no revenue tax, and which, as her people were fond of saying, "mout make a man drunk, but couldn't git him wr... ... sun. Samson South had little need of hounds; but, in another century, his people, turning there backs on Virginia affluence to invite the hardships o... ..., he knew that it was only one of many such chapters in the history of the Cumberlands. The native point of view even became in a degree acceptable. I...

...Chapter I: CLOSE to the serried backbone of the Cumberland ridge through a sky of mountain clarity, the sun seemed hesitating before its descent to the horizon. The sugar-loaf cone that towered above a creek called Misery was pointed and edged with emerald tracery where th...

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Cumberland University

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... :For other institutions called "Cumberland College, " see Cumberland College . For the school in Will... ...nd College . For the school in Williamsburg, Kentucky, see University of the Cumberlands . Cumberland University is a private university in Lebano... ...onstructed between 1892 and 1896. History The university was founded by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and received its Tennessee State charte... ...al A. P. Stewart . He taught there during his post-Civil War Union parole. From its early years, Cumberland University maintained a reputation for... ... the liberal arts, is the best foundation for a lifetime of learning. Students from every state and from many foreign countries now attend Cumberland.... ... gate admissions to Sherry’s Run, a non-profit organization created to benefit people with cancer .Sherry's Run and Cumberland University Team Up htt... ...Cordell Hull, Secretary of State under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt from 1933 to 1944.Howell Edmunds Jackson, Associate Justice of the Uni...

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