Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature

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Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature

Reading experience
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"I will not tell you my exact state of health day by day, but will give you a diary of my reading, which is perhaps a good index of my physical state. Friday morning. Full of buck. ""Tartarin sur les Alpes"". Friday afternoon. Wanted soothing. ""Letters from a Silent Study"". Saturday morning. Very depressed. ""Pickwick Papers"". Saturday afternoon. A little better. ""Esmond"". Sunday morning. Quite well thank you! ""Butler"s Analogy"". Sunday afternoon. Quite well thank you! ""Esmond and Stonewall Jackson"". As a guide I may point out that ""Pickwick"" cheers me up when I am most depressed, while ""Butler"s Analogy"" taxes all my strength."

Source

Letters of Donald Hankey ""A Student in Arms""

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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Hankey, Donald William Alers
Aged 20 [Experience in 1904, born in 1884]

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
October 1 - November 6 1904
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Notes
Somewhere between England and the Red Sea.

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Accessed on 2019/10/19 19:31:44

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Seas and Oceans
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Hankey, Donald William Alers
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Letters of Donald Hankey ""A Student in Arms""
Related place
Seas and Oceans
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Friday afternoon.  Wanted soothing.  ""Letters from a Silent Study"".
Saturday morning.  Very depressed.  ""Pickwick Papers"".
Saturday afternoon.  A little better.  ""Esmond"".
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Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-10307

Evidence

"I will not tell you my exact state of health day by day, but will give you a diary of my reading, which is perhaps a good index of my physical state. Friday morning. Full of buck. ""Tartarin sur les Alpes"". Friday afternoon. Wanted soothing. ""Letters from a Silent Study"". Saturday morning. Very depressed. ""Pickwick Papers"". Saturday afternoon. A little better. ""Esmond"". Sunday morning. Quite well thank you! ""Butler"s Analogy"". Sunday afternoon. Quite well thank you! ""Esmond and Stonewall Jackson"". As a guide I may point out that ""Pickwick"" cheers me up when I am most depressed, while ""Butler"s Analogy"" taxes all my strength."

Source

Letters of Donald Hankey ""A Student in Arms""

Text being read

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TST4
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TFO02
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TPR207

Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Hankey, Donald William Alers
Aged 20 [Experience in 1904, born in 1884]

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
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Notes
Somewhere between England and the Red Sea.

How to cite this record

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Letters of Donald Hankey ""A Student in Arms""
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/61037
Accessed on 2019/10/19 19:31:44

Related place
Seas and Oceans
Related people
Hankey, Donald William Alers
Related text or manuscript
Letters of Donald Hankey ""A Student in Arms""
Related place
Seas and Oceans
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Friday morning.  Full of buck.  ""Tartarin sur les Alpes"".
Friday afternoon.  Wanted soothing.  ""Letters from a Silent Study"".
Saturday morning.  Very depressed.  ""Pickwick Papers"".
Saturday afternoon.  A little better.  ""Esmond"".
Sunday morning.  Quite well thank you! ""Butler"s Analogy"".
Sunday afternoon.  Quite well thank you! ""Esmond and Stonewall Jackson"".
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