Early Loyalist Saint John

Most exiles arrived at Saint John assuming their promised farm land was already
being surveyed for immediate occupancy . “ I certainly expected to find the lands
surveyed and laid out , previous to my arrival here last July ( 1783 ) , ” asserted ...

Author: David Graham Bell

Publisher: Fredericton, N.B. : New Ireland Press


Category: American loyalists

Page: 261

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Exiles on the Saint Johns

Northeast Florida seethes with hostilities during the War Between the States, pitting father against son and neighbor against neighbor.

Author: Lydia Hawke

Publisher: Global Authors Publishers

ISBN: 9780982122334

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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Northeast Florida seethes with hostilities during the War Between the States, pitting father against son and neighbor against neighbor. Confederate sharpshooter Jack Farrell returns home to recover from his wounds but faces conflict with his Unionist father and Yankee raiders. Martina Sanchez, a young Minorcan woman, struggles to hold onto her St. Augustine home despite threats of banishment by Union occupiers. She fears her younger brother's spying will bring more disaster into their lives. Union Lieutenant Richard Prescott pursues Martina ruthlessly, blackmailing her to achieve his ends. Her only help comes from the disreputable Jack Farrell, who appears to be just as dangerous as her tormentor.

Eleven Exiles

Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution Phyllis R. Blakeley, John Grant.
7. The 'Narrative of Colonel Stephen ... W.O. Raymond, ed., The Winslow Papers,
A.D. 1776-1826 (Saint John, 1901), p. 244. 24. The J arvis-Powell Papers, ...

Author: Phyllis R. Blakeley

Publisher: Dundurn

ISBN: 1459720938

Category: History

Page: 336

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Eleven Exiles is a personal account of the American Revolution. By focusing on eleven different people who were on the losing side of the American Revolution, and who had to make new lives for themselves in what remained of British North America. Eleven Exiles reflects the major themes of those turbulent years. What were the attitudes of these men and women toward the significant social and political ideas of the time? What motivated them to leave their home and move to a wildnerness? What challenges and hardships did they face?

The Book of the Saints of the Ethiopian Church

When HONORIUS , Emperor of Rômê , and YÔNÂKNIDOS ( sic ) ( INNOCENT )
KÔNIFÂNYÔs , Archbishop of the city of Rômê , heard of the exile of Saint John ,
they sorrowed exceedingly , and they sent letters to ARCADIUS , scolding him .

Author: YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo béta kerestiyān



Category: Church history


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History of the Great Fire in Saint John June 20 and 21 1877

These men were expatriated exiles , men whose property had been confiscated ,
men without a country . Yet among them , as we have said , were some of the
keenest intellects of the revolted colonies , the great lights of the law and of the ...

Author: Russell H. Conwell

Publisher: Boston : Russell ; St. John, N.B. : Jones & Morrison


Category: Fires

Page: 359

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The Art of the Saint John s Bible

For the illumination of Ezekiel ' s first vision , Donald Jackson returned to the
British Museum and to artifacts from the world of the Babylonian exile . His
thinking about these visions was that they were probably made up of the kind of
images ...

Author: Susan Sink

Publisher: Saint John's Bible Books


Category: Art

Page: 112

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In the first of a planned two-volume set, this edition brings text and illumination together for reflection. This guide further opens up the significance of elements in the illuminations, and points out recurring visual motifs that connect the stories within and across the volumes.

Saint John Chrysostom His Life and Times

A Sketch of the Church and the Empire in the Fourth Century William Richard
Wood Stephens. Cucusus not only received him with great civility , but was even
desirous that his own throne should be occupied by the illustrious exile , that his ...

Author: William Richard Wood Stephens



Category: Byzantine Empire

Page: 456

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Exiles Outcasts Strangers

Fletcher, John. “L'Étranger and the new novel,” Camus's L'Étranger: Fifty Years
On. Adele King (ed.). New York, St. ... “Re-membering Caribbean childhoods:
Saint-John Perse's 'Eloges' and Patrick Chamoiseau's Antan d'enfance,” The ...

Author: Mary Jo Muratore

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1441120327

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

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Exiles, Outcasts, Strangers explores how nine different "outsider" authors treat the theme of alienation in one of their major works. All the novels under review were written in a limited time span (1942 to 1987, approximately 50 years), and all are structured around a hero or heroine who remains culturally, ethically or aesthetically distant from his/her narrative counterparts. Works discussed: Albert Camus' L'Etranger; Richard Wright's The Outsider; André Langevin's Poussière sur la ville; Ernesto Sábato's El túnel; V.S. Naipaul's Guerrillas; Elie Wiesel's Le Cinquième fils; Norbert Zongo's Le Parachutage; Gisèle Pineau's L'Exil selon Julia, and Jean Genet's Querelle de Brest.

Current Research in French Studies at Universities and University Colleges in the United Kingdom

Saint - Gelais , Octavien de A spinwall , D . A critical ed . of 0 . de Saint - Gelais '
Le Séjour d ' honneur . BL / Ox - St . Peter ' s ... A / SO Exile and the Poet : a study
of the theme of exile in the poetry of Saint - John Perse . Staff / Ph . D . St . Andr ...




Category: Dissertations, Academic


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Exiles Pioneers

NARRACHE , JEAN ( Emile Coderre ) , 100 - 101 Neal , John , 170 Nelligan ,
Emile , 56 - 60 , 61 , 104 , 165 Net and the Sword , The , 143 Newlove , John ,
193 , 196 New Provinces , 107 - 112 , 113 , 118 Nowlan , Alden , 149 ODE AU

Author: Tom Farley



Category: Biculturalism

Page: 302

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Together in Exile

5. Baptismal and Marriage records of the Parish of South Carlingford , 1811-1900
. 6. Baptismal and Marriage records of the Parish of Carlingford , 1837-1900 . 7.
1851 Census , Saint John , N.B. , Sydney Ward , page 293 . 8. Morning Freeman

Author: Peter Murphy

Publisher: Saint John, N.B. : P. Murphy


Category: Canada

Page: 283

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Brief personal histories and genealogical data for the Creegan, Flanagan, Killen, Quinn, Small and Toal families of New Brunswick.

Worlds Apart

Saint - John Perse , " Anabasis " , trans . T . S . Eliot , Collected Poems ( Princeton
: Princeton University Press , Bollingen Series LXXXVI , 1971 ) , 101 . p . 88 Exile
is not of yesterday ! exile is not of yesterday ! . . . " O vestiges , O premises " ...

Author: Elizabeth R. Jackson

Publisher: Hague : Mouton


Category: French poetry

Page: 256

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Belles Lettres

Manuscripts by the Masters of French Literature Roselyne de Ayala, Jean-Pierre
Guéno John Goodman. Exile Exile To Archibald MacLeish Saint - John Perse ,
1941 Doors open to the sand , doors open to exile , The keys are the lighthouse ...

Author: Roselyne de Ayala

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated


Category: Authors, French

Page: 239

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Belles Lettres compiles the original manuscripts of more than 100 famous French writers from the 13th to the 20th century, and in doing so offers a comprehensive look at the country's major literary and intellectual movements. Scholars and dilettantes alike will delight in the rationalism of René Descartes, symbolist verse of Charles Baudelaire, crystalline prose of Marcel Proust, romantic intrigue of Colette, and stark existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre. Because many of the manuscripts are rare, this volume provides the first English translation of several of the works. Reproduced in full-color spreads, the excerpts, letters, and diary entries are accompanied by translations and analyses, as well as profiles and portraits of the authors.

Exiles and Ironists

I collected myself , and in one night , from ten o ' clock at night until four in the
morning , like Jesus in the Garden of Olives , Saint John at Patmos , the Buddha
under the fig tree at Gaza , I wrote in ten pages the metaphysical principles of the

Author: Ursula Franklin

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 263

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This study examines the literary and intellectual kinship between Heinrich Heine, who wrote most of his mature work in France, and Jules Laforgue, who wrote most of his poetry and prose in Germany. Both expatriate poets mark the end of literary traditions which they revolutionized: Heine transformed German Romantic, Laforgue French Symbolist poetry; and their innovative voices were to have repercussions far beyond their own times and national traditions. Since Laforgue himself repeatedly paid tribute to his German master, the intertextual link between the poets has become a critical commonplace. And though there are numerous books on Heine's influence on French poets, and though most of Laforgue's commentators mention Heine, there exists to date no documented comparative study on Heine and Laforgue. These essays, a first thorough, comparative examination, address themselves to filling the gap.

The World I

Even the Apostles were jailed and exiled. Saint Paul, Saint John on Patmos. The
Apostles received martyrdom. Saint John the Confessor was persecuted. Paul
wrote many of his epistles in prison. The Holy Spirit can enter the prison and give




Category: World history


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TOGETHER IN EXILE Saint John genealogist Peter Murphy is now accepting pre
- publication orders for his history of chain migration from County Louth , Ireland
to Saint John ' s Lower Cove . The fruit of eleven years ' research in Canada ...




Category: New Brunswick


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The Chapel of Saint John the Baptist and Its Col l ections in S o Roque Church Lisbon

This could be translated as follows : Perchance that exile will be lighter in this
place where our closed doors will always be opened to friends . To what exile
does the stone refer ? Perhaps exile from Court , which at this date had been
Spanish ...

Author: Maria João Madeira Rodrigues



Category: Christian art and symbolism

Page: 253

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Quarterly Review of Literature

... an ancient culture with the poet - wanderer in search of the difficult God and , at
the end of Stanza V , with Saint John . ... literal level ) with John ( and the terrible
shipwreck of a dream , a lamenting exile from his beloved Galilee , mourning a ...




Category: Literature


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The Ladder of Divine Ascent

Saint John (Climacus). Step 3 On exile or pilgrimage ! 1. Exile means that we
leave forever everything in our own country that prevents us from reaching the
goal of the religious life . Exile means modest manners , wisdom which remains ...

Author: Saint John (Climacus)



Category: Spiritual life

Page: 270

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Poem Symbol

Saint - John Perse : The Poet's Sense of History With the announcement in the
late fall of 1960 that Saint - John Perse ... of the world , in the guise of a literal
conqueror associated with arms and horses , with a willed exile in foreign places

Author: Wallace Fowlie

Publisher: Penn State University Press


Category: Poetry

Page: 164

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Fowlie traces the background of symbolism in his first chapter Romanticism to Art for Art's sake Nerval, Baudelaire, Mallarme, Rimbaud, Verlaine, among others. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR