The Salvation of Captain Ben Chandler

Author: Teri Thackston

Publisher: Ellora's Cave


Category: Grief

Page: 322

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Heading home to Texas after the Civil War, Confederate Captain Ben Chandler catches Clarity Breckenridge stealing the stallion he bought in Kentucky. Clarity says she owns the horse but everyone else claims that Clarity is dead. When a killer tries to permanently keep her from proving her identity, Ben whisks her-and her horse-to Texas. Ben's family is dead, his lover is gone and he suffered so many near misses during the war that he just wants to hide back home. When Clarity's presence threatens to bring him painfully back to life, he resists his growing attraction to her. Meanwhile Clarity's vow to return home and recapture her identity is strained by her growing attraction to Ben. But a horrific event in her past makes her afraid she could never fully offer her heart. They'll have to flee a killer-and their own pasts-to find love and new lives together.

The Salvation of All Men Strictly Examined

And the Endless Punishment of Those who Die Impenitent, Argued and Defended Against the Objections and Reasonings of the Late Rev. Doctor Chauncy, of Boston, in His Book Entitled, The Salvation of All Men, &c

Author: Jonathan Edwards



Category: Future life

Page: 331

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Tracing the Rifle Volunteers

A Guide for Military and Family Historians

Author: Ray Westlake

Publisher: Casemate Publishers


Category: History

Page: 273

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This work records the various Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVC) that were created throughout England, Scotland and Wales as a result of the formation in 1859 of the Volunteer Force. Listed under the counties in which they were raised and numbered are the RVC that were accepted by the War Office.

Foster genealogy

Author: Frederick Clifton Pierce

Publisher: Dalcassian Publishing Company



Page: 1081

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