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Author: Winston Graham

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1250186064

Category: Fiction

Page: 624

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The Angry Tide is the seventh novel in Winston Graham's classic Poldark saga, the major TV series from Masterpiece on PBS. Cornwall, towards the end of the 18th century. Ross Poldark sits for the borough of Truro as Member of Parliament - his time divided between London and Cornwall, his heart divided about his wife, Demelza. His old feud with George Warleggan still flares - as does the illicit love between Morwenna and Drake, Demelza's brother. Before the new century dawns, George and Ross will be drawn together by a loss greater than their rivalry - and Morwenna and Drake by a tragedy that brings them hope . . . . And with the new century, comes much change in the shocking seventh book of Winston Graham's Poldark series, The Angry Tide.

The Stranger from the Sea

"The eighth Poldark novel"--Half title page.

Author: Winston Graham

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9780330463386

Category: Cornwall (England : County)

Page: 512

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"The eighth Poldark novel"--Half title page.

Love s Raging Tide

There was a concerted movement among the other blacks in the field , and an
angry murmur rose around Luke and Davis like the hum of a disturbed beehive .
Luke dropped to one knee beside the wounded man . The man's eyes rolled ...

Author: Patricia Matthews

Publisher: Pinnacle Books

ISBN: 9781558173811

Category: Fiction

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From the New York Times bestselling author comes a sensuous tale that features all the special touches that Patricia Matthews fans love--a feisty, courageous heroine; bold, virile heroes; a lush, beautifully detailed setting, and scenes of passionate romance!

The Mountains of the Bible

For one moment , hope whispers to him that possibly the waters may not reach
his lofty retreat — his eye is fixed on the angry tide that roars around him — now
he fancies that that tide recedes , and a shout of joy breaks through the watery ...

Author: John Macfarlane

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Category: Bible

Page: 400

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The Four Swans

The Four Swans is the masterful sixth novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, which has become a television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner.

Author: Winston Graham

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 0330524259

Category: Fiction

Page: 590

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The Four Swans is the masterful sixth novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, which has become a television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner. Cornwall 1795-1797. Although Ross Poldark – now something of a war hero – seems secure in his hard-won prosperity, a new dilemma faces him in the sudden infatuation of a young naval officer for his wife Demelza. All four women – the four swans – whose lives touch Ross’s, face a crisis in these years. For his wife Demelza, his old love Elizabeth, his friend’s new wife Caroline and for the unhappy Morwenna Chynoweth these are times of stress and conflict. The Four Swans is followed by the seventh book in the Poldark series, The Angry Tide.

Sighs and Songs of Earth and Other Poems

Where the young man ' s hope , and the maiden ' s song , And the joy of the
blooming bride , Are thus suddenly rapt and swept along In the surge of the angry
tide . Oh , beware of the boast by the fair river - sideWe are safe from the storm ...

Author: Robert Maguire

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Category: Nature

Page: 223

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Magnus Fin and the Selkie Secret

It pitched into the wind and looked as though it would be swallowed up by the
angry sea. The yacht wasn't the only thing ... The angry tide heaved and rushed
now, lashing at rocks, hurling boulders, flinging bones. Any moment the throne
heap ...

Author: Janis Mackay

Publisher: Floris Books

ISBN: 0863158927

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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On his eleventh birthday, schoolboy Magnus Fin found out that he is half selkie – part human, part seal. Although he looks like a boy and lives on land, he can breathe underwater. When a rusty metal chest is flung ashore in a storm, Magnus Fin decides to investigate. But he injures his hand on the strange box, and his sealskin starts to show through. His teacher realises that there's something very unusual about Magnus Fin -- and rumours start to spread. Deep in the ocean, the great sea god Neptune has problems of his own. The treasures of wisdom have been stolen, and his memory and powers are fading fast. Could his missing treasure be inside the chest that's been washed ashore? Magnus Fin is the only one who can find out and restore order under the sea. But a young journalist is investigating the rumours about 'fish people'. Can Magnus Fin complete his mission before the selkie secret is revealed and his selkie family are forced to leave the bay forever? Janis Mackay also wrote the Kelpies Prize-winning Magnus Fin and the Ocean Quest, and Magnus Fin and the Moonlight Mission. This is the third book in the series.

Conference Melodies Or Songs of Zion

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Didies ; My Father ' s house , my heavonly home , Where ' many mansions ' stand
, PreIITTO III - 1 CIL 1 - - + TTT - kef tide ; Beyond the storm , beyond the gloom ...

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Page: 128

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The hekim bashi or The adventures of Giuseppe Antonelli

243 once throughout the crowd , and resolved themselves into an angry roar ,
like a tide rushing up to the beach , threatening to engulf the incautious
wanderers . A loud fierce murmur was that surging of voices , and a cold shudder
passed ...

Author: Humphry Sandwith

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Love and the World

The lightning played Over the blacken ' d liquid , and illum ' d The horrid surface
of the angry tide : Such as the spectral light of Hell ' s vast shades Sepulchral
shows the woes of Stygian lake ! Panting she stands , nor ever turns aside , But
with ...

Author: Carlton Dawe

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Page: 205

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Travels in the interior of Mexico

It is worthy of remark , that when the flood - tide made up , no Indians could be
seen from the masthead ; but the instant ... to maiden modesty ; and she looked
about for her bark petticoat ; but , alas ! the angry tide had borne it in triumph
away !

Author: Robert William H. Hardy

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Page: 80

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Arthur s Home Magazine

... who had gone far beyond what I desired or approved, to the weeping and
frightened widow and orphan children, who sat trembling on the dray. It required
but a few words to turn the angry tide of feeling into a broader and smoother
channel ...

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Echoes from the Cannon

How was it that you and I and those On whom life's hopes were cast Were
launched thus out on an angry tide With the mad waves heaving fast ?How was it
each sailed with a nation's hope All ardent and firm and bold , While the
lightnings ...

Author: Cornelia Jane Matthews Jordan

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Category: United States

Page: 207

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The Disorderly Family Or the Village of R A Tale for Young Persons In Two Parts By a Father

At His command , the waters ebb and flow , The billows roar , the raging tempests
blow ! In vain the mariner attempts to guide His stately bark along the angry tide
The swelling elements arise amainTo make the land he strives , but all in vain ...

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Me

... but impatiently waiting And my love, well, it's slowly fading I despise the anger
that you hold inside For the way your anger crashes as if an angry tide You are
slapped upon with an ugly face While you absorb the negativity in any case To
be ...

Author: Tina Marie Lees

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483605868

Category: Poetry

Page: 168

View: 403

ME is a composition of collaborative work that opens doors into the very experiences of the author, Tina Marie Lees; a memoir. The work has a focus of penetrating the readers inner core, providing insight that can offer a sense of connection to their very own experiences. Through turmoil and happiness, the literature offers many emotional experiences that permit a peer into the many doors of life.

Journal of the Senate Legislature of the State of California

And if the tiny sparks sets off the chain reaction , then the angry tide of revolution
is unleashed . This precise technique has been successfully employed in a
number of countries now under Communist control , and one after another we
see this ...

Author: California. Legislature. Senate

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Category: California

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History of Jemima Wilkinson

... the top of the angry tide . And he saw great multitudes who were driven about
among the foaming billows , and near drowning , approach the ark and beg for
admittance , and call upon the name of “ The Universal Friend of Mankind ' to
come ...

Author: David Hudson

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Category: Clergy

Page: 208

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The Grove of Eagles

BY WINSTON GRAHAM The Poldark Series Ross Poldark Demelza Jeremy
Poldark Warleggan The Black Moon The Four Swans The Angry Tide The
Stranger from the Sea The Miller's Dance The Loving Cup The Twisted Sword
Bella ...

Author: Winston Graham

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 1447256654

Category: Fiction

Page: 656

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Set in the last years of Elizabeth I's reign, Winston Graham's The Grove of Eagles seamlessly blends historical fact and fiction in a rich tale full of unforgettable characters. In 1588 the Spanish Armada had been defeated in the English Channel and the whole of Elizabethan England was alert for the revenge that surely had to follow. On the Cornish coast, men like John Killigrew - in charge of the castle at Pendennis - were vital to the survival of the country, and on their backs rested the trust of those defending the nation. His eldest but base-born son, Maugan, emerges in the novel, through his loneliness and his love, as a touchingly honest and believable character who is, above all things, a man of his word.

Ash

'I can't imagine anyone wanting to swim around here, no matter what the season.'
'You'd be surprised. But honestly, it's to be avoided.' He pointed a finger at the
angry tide, then lifted his hand to point a little further out. 'Y'see, just about twenty,
 ...

Author: James Herbert

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 0230764878

Category: Fiction

Page: 600

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Ash is James Herbert’s most controversial novel, and will make you wonder what is fact and what is fiction. Fear will let you in. Terror will keep you there. They were miscreants with black souls, roaming the corridors and passageways. Infamous people thought long-deceased. Hiding and nurturing their evil in a basement full of secrets so shocking they would shake the world if they were ever revealed. David Ash, ghost hunter and parapsychologist, arrives at Comraich Castle – a desolate, ancient place with a dark heart – to investigate a series of disturbing events. An incorporeal power has been ignited by a long-ago curse, fed and now unleashed by the evil of those who once inhabited this supposed sanctuary – and by some who still do. Yet their hour of retribution is at hand . . .

Just a Family History

And Illinois most gloriously ' Did stem the angry tide. Yes, here among these
forest trees, Her best and bravest died. Ye mothers of Kentucky, Of the “ Dark and
bloody ground," Here lies the noblest of your sons, Sleeping that sleep profound,'
 ...

Author: Glenn L. Bower

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462829341

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 524

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Glenn Bowers ancestors came from England, Germany, and Scotland. They included farmers, sailors, teachers, merchants, ministers, poets and politicians. Many of them fought and died in wars. The varied themes of each chapter are common to previous generations of many American families. The storylines include the following persons: Wilhelm Bar (William Bower) came to America in 1833 with his five brothers because his parents were concerned about militarism in their native Wrrtemberg. He joined the 29th Ohio in the Civil War, as did 3 brothers, and he died in prison after being captured in their second battle. Margaret Polk Colburn was the first woman physician in Henry County, Indiana. Her husband had served with her father in Accomac, Virginia, during the Revolutionary War. Her ancestors included members of three notable Scottish clans: Maxwells, Polloks and Sempills; and her distant cousins included Confederate General and Episcopal Bishop Leonidas Polk and President James K. Polk. Margarets son, John R. Colburn, was born in North Carolina and became an abolitionist preacher in Missouri during the Civil War. His son served as an armed guard at the services. Ten year old Georg Trimmers mother and 159 other passengers on the Davy, as well as the captain and both mates, died during the 1738 voyage from Amsterdam to Philadelphia. Georg and his father Hans were among the 121 surviving passengers brought into port by the ships carpenter who had become the senior officer. Charles Wright wrote a book about the service of his regiment, the 81st Ohio, during the Civil War; he later served many years as town clerk for Oxford, Ohio, and briefly as mayor. General Israel Putnam was famous for his leadership and bravery during the French and Indian War as well as the Revolutionary War. In 1767 a pregnant Irish girl named Katie was waiting for Israel with her wedding dress when she heard of his marriage to a wealthy widow; she raised their son John in western Massachusetts. An older sister and brother of Samuel Jones were taken from their farm by Wyandot Indians in 1777; they survived separately for many years in captivity, and were both ultimately reunited with their family. Stephen Hopkins survived the 1609 shipwreck of the Sea Venture on its way to Jamestown, and then brought his family to America in 1620 on the Mayflower. The Royalls were watermen in Norfolk, England. Edmund was crushed to death between a boat and the dock in the late 1800s; several of his children emigrated to Canada and then Washington, D.C. Amos Bassett was 13 when the Civil War started; 2 of his 3 brothers who were old enough to serve died soon after they enlisted. One of his wife Matildas brothers lost his left leg in the war 8 days before it ended, and 6 days after he turned 21. Amoss first Bassett ancestor in America arrived in 1621 on the Fortune, the second ship to land at the Plymouth Colony.