Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers
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Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers

By Ian Maclaren
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers, by Ian Maclaren
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  • KATE CARNEGIE
    • AND
    • THOSE MINISTERS.
      • BY
      • IAN MACLAREN.
        • TORONTO: FLEMING H. REVELL COMPANY, 140-142 Yonge Street. 1896.
      • TORONTO: FLEMING H. REVELL COMPANY, 140-142 Yonge Street. 1896.
      • TO A CERTAIN BROTHERHOOD Faithful in Criticism Loyal in Affection Tender in Trouble
    • BY
    • IAN MACLAREN.
      • TORONTO: FLEMING H. REVELL COMPANY, 140-142 Yonge Street. 1896.
    • TORONTO: FLEMING H. REVELL COMPANY, 140-142 Yonge Street. 1896.
    • TO A CERTAIN BROTHERHOOD Faithful in Criticism Loyal in Affection Tender in Trouble
    • CONTENTS.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • Carmichael had taken his Turn
      • "Many a Ploy we had together"
      • Peter was standing in his Favourite Attitude
      • "I am the General's Daughter"
      • Janet Macpherson was waiting in the Deep Doorway
      • "It's a Difficult Key to turn"
      • Kate in her Favourite Position
      • One Gardener who . . . works for Love's Sake
      • Among the Great Trees
      • "Mr. Carmichael, you have much Cause for Thankfulness"
      • Carmichael sang a Solo
      • "Here iss your Silver Piece"
      • "I should call it a Deliberate—"
      • "She had an Unfortunate Tendency to meddle with my Books"
      • Mother Church cast her Spell over his Imagination
      • "Ye'll be hanging Dr. Chalmers there"
      • A Tall, Bony, Forbidding Woman
      • Gathering her Berry Harvest
      • He was a Mere Wisp of a Man
      • "Will you let me walk with you for a Little?"
      • "Private Capaucity"
      • Standing with a Half-Dried Dish in her Hand
      • The Old Man escorted her Ladyship
      • Would gossip with him by the Hour
      • The Driver stops to exchange Views
      • Two Tramps held Conference
      • Wrestling in Darkness of Soul
      • His Attitude for Exposition
      • "Ay, he's in, but ye canna see him"
      • "To put Flowers on his Grave"
      • "You have been awfully Good to me"
      • "He sat down by the River-side to meditate"
    • Carmichael had taken his Turn
    • "Many a Ploy we had together"
    • Peter was standing in his Favourite Attitude
    • "I am the General's Daughter"
    • Janet Macpherson was waiting in the Deep Doorway
    • "It's a Difficult Key to turn"
    • Kate in her Favourite Position
    • One Gardener who . . . works for Love's Sake
    • Among the Great Trees
    • "Mr. Carmichael, you have much Cause for Thankfulness"
    • Carmichael sang a Solo
    • "Here iss your Silver Piece"
    • "I should call it a Deliberate—"
    • "She had an Unfortunate Tendency to meddle with my Books"
    • Mother Church cast her Spell over his Imagination
    • "Ye'll be hanging Dr. Chalmers there"
    • A Tall, Bony, Forbidding Woman
    • Gathering her Berry Harvest
    • He was a Mere Wisp of a Man
    • "Will you let me walk with you for a Little?"
    • "Private Capaucity"
    • Standing with a Half-Dried Dish in her Hand
    • The Old Man escorted her Ladyship
    • Would gossip with him by the Hour
    • The Driver stops to exchange Views
    • Two Tramps held Conference
    • Wrestling in Darkness of Soul
    • His Attitude for Exposition
    • "Ay, he's in, but ye canna see him"
    • "To put Flowers on his Grave"
    • "You have been awfully Good to me"
    • "He sat down by the River-side to meditate"
  • KATE CARNEGIE.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • PANDEMONIUM.
      • Carmichael had taken his turn.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • PEACE.
      • "Many a ploy we had together."
      • Peter was standing in his favourite attitude.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • A HOME OF MANY GENERATIONS.
      • "I am the General's daughter."
      • TRY AND THEN TRVST BETTER GVDE ASSVRANCE BOT TRUST NOT OR YE TRY FOR FEAR OF REPENTANCE.
      • Janet Macpherson was waiting in the deep doorway.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • A SECRET CHAMBER.
      • "It's a difficult key to turn."
      • CHAPTER V.
      • CONCERNING BESOMS.
      • Kate in her favourite position.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • A PLEASAUNCE.
      • One gardener who . . . works for love's sake.
      • Among the great trees.
      • CHAPTER VII.
      • A WOMAN OF THE NEW DISPENSATION.
      • "Mr. Carmichael, you have much cause for thankfulness."
      • CHAPTER VIII.
      • A WOMAN OF THE OLD DISPENSATION.
      • Carmichael sang a solo.
      • CHAPTER IX.
      • A DAUGHTER OF DEBATE.
      • "Here is your silver piece."
      • "I should call it a deliberate—"
      • CHAPTER X.
      • A SUPRA-LAPSARIAN.
      • "She had an unfortunate tendency to meddle with my books."
      • CHAPTER XI.
      • IN THE GLOAMING.
      • Mother Church cast her spell over his imagination.
      • CHAPTER XII.
      • KILBOGIE MANSE.
      • "Ye 'll be hanging Dr. Chalmers there."
      • A tall, bony, forbidding woman.
      • CHAPTER XIII.
      • PREPARING FOR THE SACRAMENT.
      • Gathering her berry harvest.
      • He was a mere wisp of a man.
      • CHAPTER XIV.
      • A MODERATE.
      • "Will you let me walk with you for a little?"
      • CHAPTER XV.
      • JOINT POTENTATES.
      • "Private Capaucity."
      • Standing with a half-dried dish in her hand.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
      • DRIED ROSE LEAVES.
      • The old man escorted her ladyship.
      • CHAPTER XVII.
      • SMOULDERING FIRES.
      • Would gossip with him by the hour.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • LOVE SICKNESS.
      • The driver stops to exchange views.
      • Two tramps held conference.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
      • THE FEAR OF GOD.
      • Wrestling in darkness of soul.
      • CHAPTER XX.
      • THE WOUNDS OF A FRIEND.
      • His attitude for exposition.
      • CHAPTER XXI.
      • LIGHT AT EVENTIDE.
      • "Ay, he 's in, but ye canna see him.
      • CHAPTER XXII.
      • WITHOUT FEAR AND WITHOUT REPROACH.
      • "To put flowers on his grave."
      • CHAPTER XXIII.
      • MARGET HOWE'S CONFESSIONAL.
      • "You have been awfully good to me."
      • CHAPTER XXIV.
      • LOVE IS LORD.
      • "He sat down by the river-side to meditate."
    • PANDEMONIUM.
    • Carmichael had taken his turn.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • PEACE.
    • "Many a ploy we had together."
    • Peter was standing in his favourite attitude.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • A HOME OF MANY GENERATIONS.
    • "I am the General's daughter."
    • TRY AND THEN TRVST BETTER GVDE ASSVRANCE BOT TRUST NOT OR YE TRY FOR FEAR OF REPENTANCE.
    • Janet Macpherson was waiting in the deep doorway.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • A SECRET CHAMBER.
    • "It's a difficult key to turn."
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CONCERNING BESOMS.
    • Kate in her favourite position.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • A PLEASAUNCE.
    • One gardener who . . . works for love's sake.
    • Among the great trees.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • A WOMAN OF THE NEW DISPENSATION.
    • "Mr. Carmichael, you have much cause for thankfulness."
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • A WOMAN OF THE OLD DISPENSATION.
    • Carmichael sang a solo.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • A DAUGHTER OF DEBATE.
    • "Here is your silver piece."
    • "I should call it a deliberate—"
    • CHAPTER X.
    • A SUPRA-LAPSARIAN.
    • "She had an unfortunate tendency to meddle with my books."
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • IN THE GLOAMING.
    • Mother Church cast her spell over his imagination.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • KILBOGIE MANSE.
    • "Ye 'll be hanging Dr. Chalmers there."
    • A tall, bony, forbidding woman.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • PREPARING FOR THE SACRAMENT.
    • Gathering her berry harvest.
    • He was a mere wisp of a man.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • A MODERATE.
    • "Will you let me walk with you for a little?"
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • JOINT POTENTATES.
    • "Private Capaucity."
    • Standing with a half-dried dish in her hand.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • DRIED ROSE LEAVES.
    • The old man escorted her ladyship.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • SMOULDERING FIRES.
    • Would gossip with him by the hour.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • LOVE SICKNESS.
    • The driver stops to exchange views.
    • Two tramps held conference.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • THE FEAR OF GOD.
    • Wrestling in darkness of soul.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • THE WOUNDS OF A FRIEND.
    • His attitude for exposition.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
    • LIGHT AT EVENTIDE.
    • "Ay, he 's in, but ye canna see him.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
    • WITHOUT FEAR AND WITHOUT REPROACH.
    • "To put flowers on his grave."
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
    • MARGET HOWE'S CONFESSIONAL.
    • "You have been awfully good to me."
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
    • LOVE IS LORD.
    • "He sat down by the river-side to meditate."
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