Image from page 304 of “Polygamy; or, The mysteries and crimes of Mormonism, being a full and genuine history of this weird sect from its origin to the present time.” (1904 )

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Image from page 304 of “Polygamy; or, The mysteries and crimes of Mormonism, being a complete and authentic history of this odd sect from its origin to the present time.” (1904 )
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: polygamyormyster00bead Title:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookidpolygamyormyster00bead "> Polygamy; or, The secrets and criminal offenses of Mormonism, being a full and authentic history of this strange sect from its origin to the present time. Year:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookyear1904" > 1904(< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookdecade1900" > 1900s) Authors:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookauthorBeadle__J__H___John_Hanson___1840_1897_" > Beadle, J. H.( John Hanson), 1840-1897. Subjects:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/booksubjectMormons_" > Mormons.
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> Book Viewer About This Book:< a href=" https://archive.org/details/polygamyormyster00bead" rel=" nofollow" > Brochure Entry View All Images:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookidpolygamyormyster00bead" > All Images From Book Click on this link to< a href=" https://archive.org/stream/polygamyormyster00bead/polygamyormyster00bead#page/n304/mode/1up" rel=" nofollow "> view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online variationof this book. Text Appearing Prior to Image: e polygamist istruly to be pitied, having robbed himself of a pure satisfaction toadd a little (possibly?) to his satisfaction of sense. The medical professional, as I thought and prompted upon him beforehand, distributed hiscase M ^ hen he consented to think about the ancient Jews as our ex-ample. The Jews began as a country of slaves to a country ofidolaters.; as the servant is inferior to the master, so were they in-ferior to a nation which worshipped gods of toads, flies, and allthe horrible monsters of the Nile. From this abject positionthe Jews were highlighted for an unique function and an excep-tional profession. They borrowed without intent to pay; theyrobbed and ransacked all with whom they came in contact, andsatisfied their consciences by keeping the dead letter of a treaty, when grossly breaking its spirit. They inveigled Canaanitesinto their camp and massacred them; they turned cities andvalleys into reeking slaughter-pens; they cut off the fingers andtoes of captive kings, and drove harrows over the common peo-

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A MORMONS CHILD PLEADING TO BE SAVED FROM POLYGAMY. (241) 16 242 POLYGAMY; OR, THE MYSTERIES pie; they minimized ladies and children to the most abject slav-ery, and by their own statement, annihilated whole nationsat Gods command. The Almighty just permitted their polygamy; he commandedthem to massacre the heathen. If their allowed polygamy bean example to us, how much more their commanded war uponunbelievers. Undoubtedly these things were not written for our ex-ample. If the Mormons were major in taking the Jews astheir model, then would they become of rational requirement thecommon enemies of the mankind, and deserve utter exter-mination. Or shall we take the boasted examples of the Patri-archs? I Abrahams wife was his half-sister, his 2nd acolored woman; he practised polygamy, and drove away hisconcubine and her child to pass away in the wilderness; he sworefalsely in Egypt when it matched his function, and stood ready toslay his child Isaac. Neither act is condemned in express wordsby

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Image from page 267 of “The Dorcas club; or, Our girls afloat” (1874 )
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to, youll wrong me, and 3oull wrong– THE DORCAS CLUB. 247 Whom? asked Prince, when the old manpaused. Mr. Longimore! Prince was completely thrilled now. 248 THE DOECAS CLUB. CHAPTER XIII. MOM AND CHILD. T ~ Image from page 284 of” Romantic Germany”( 1910)< img alt =" doctor unusual" src= "http://blog.filmfangear.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/14782476954_0a6e3d5b66.jpg "width=" 400"/ >
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not completely resemble the initial work. 3oii actually imply that] Ir. LongimoreJLJ ^ is alive? asked Prince of liis eccen-tric buddy. I hope I haint made no error in tellinyou, replied Simon Potter, doubtfully. – You have actually not made a mistake; that is– Prince stopped there, for it suddenly occurredto him that he could not he a party to the con-cealment of one charged witli robbing the bankof forty thousand dollars in bonds. That ij! repeated the strange man. -! see! I aint no physician, however I can check out yourthoughts, Mr. Longimore Avont be sent out tojail; hell die fust. I wont be the cause ofsendin him to jail; Ill pass away fust. Now, Prince, let me tell you jest how itll all v/ork. Youllgo up to the city, tell tlie president of the bank, Text Appearing After Image: CL, THE DORCAS CLUB. 249 or the deputy sheriff, or some one else, tlmt Mr.Lonjimore i.i alive, which Simon Potter knowssoraoMiin ^ about him. The sheriff comes downto Northport to look after me. lie do not discover me.Whore am I? A cold body,

fifty feet underwater. I cant tjli nothin then– can I? I ought to say not, responded Prince, breathlesswith iutorcit. He cant git even a hint out of me; butthe constable will begin with my location to look afterthe cashier. Where is he? A cold body, fiftyfeet under water! He wont do the bank officersno excellent then. Bat where is Mr. Longimore? – I haint informed you. You have as good as informed me he lives, Then his life and mine remains in your hands, responded Simon Potter. He couldnt stand itno longer; and sumthin needed to be done. Hofixed on you to do it. What can I do? Im only a boy, pleadedPrince, blown away by the terrible responsibility imposedupon him. Just inform his v/ife and the earliest darter thathe aint dead. Nothiu more. 250 THE DOBCAS CLUB. But how can I understand anyt Keep in mind About Images Please note that these images are drawn out from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability -coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not completely resemble the initial work.

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Wolverine – The Origin
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Image by Dani Figueiredo
I can’t really draw things from my head…
Have to look at the picture, and then I try to do the same (or similar…).

I don’t copy though… like, direct copy, using that transparent tracing paper (which I don’t know the name in english…).

This image is from ‘Wolverine: The Origin’.

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