The Story of General Gordon
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The Story of General Gordon

By Jeanie Lang
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  • He would lead the troops onwards with the little cane he nearly always carried.
    • THE CHILDREN'S HEROES SERIES
    • THE STORY OF
  • GENERAL GORDON
    • LONDON: T. C. & E. C. JACK, LTD., 35 and 36 Paternoster Row, E.C. AND EDINBURGH 1906
      • TO ARCHIE AND BERTIE DICKSON AND ALL BOYS WHO ARE GOING TO SERVE THEIR KING ON LAND OR SEA
      • PREFACE
    • TO ARCHIE AND BERTIE DICKSON AND ALL BOYS WHO ARE GOING TO SERVE THEIR KING ON LAND OR SEA
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • He would lead the troops onwards with the little cane he nearly always carried . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
        • The Corporal was butted downstairs
        • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
        • With his own hands he dragged him from the ranks
        • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
        • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
        • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
        • Looking for the help that never came
      • The Corporal was butted downstairs
      • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
      • With his own hands he dragged him from the ranks
      • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
      • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
      • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
      • Looking for the help that never came
    • He would lead the troops onwards with the little cane he nearly always carried . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • The Corporal was butted downstairs
      • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
      • With his own hands he dragged him from the ranks
      • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
      • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
      • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
      • Looking for the help that never came
    • The Corporal was butted downstairs
    • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
    • With his own hands he dragged him from the ranks
    • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
    • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
    • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
    • Looking for the help that never came
    • THE STORY OF
  • GENERAL GORDON
    • CHAPTER I
      • "CHARLIE GORDON"
        • The Corporal was butted downstairs
      • The Corporal was butted downstairs
      • CHAPTER II
      • GORDON'S FIRST BATTLES
        • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
      • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
      • CHAPTER III
      • "CHINESE GORDON"
        • With his own hands, he dragged him from the ranks
      • With his own hands, he dragged him from the ranks
      • CHAPTER IV
      • THE "KERNEL"
        • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
      • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
      • CHAPTER V
      • GORDON AND THE SLAVERS
        • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
        • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
      • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
      • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
      • CHAPTER VI
      • KHARTOUM
        • Looking for the help that never came
      • Looking for the help that never came
    • "CHARLIE GORDON"
      • The Corporal was butted downstairs
    • The Corporal was butted downstairs
    • CHAPTER II
    • GORDON'S FIRST BATTLES
      • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
    • The shell struck the ground five yards in front of him
    • CHAPTER III
    • "CHINESE GORDON"
      • With his own hands, he dragged him from the ranks
    • With his own hands, he dragged him from the ranks
    • CHAPTER IV
    • THE "KERNEL"
      • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
    • Gordon appeared with soap, towels, a brush, a sponge, and a fresh suit of clothes
    • CHAPTER V
    • GORDON AND THE SLAVERS
      • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
      • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
    • In the Soudan buying two children for a basketful of dhoora
    • There rode into their camp Gordon Pasha
    • CHAPTER VI
    • KHARTOUM
      • Looking for the help that never came
    • Looking for the help that never came
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