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Mon Apr 03 04:38:47 2017 1 The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Woodcutter of Gutech, by W.H.G.
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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: The Woodcutter of Gutech Author: W.H.G.
Kingston Release Date: May 15, 2007 [EBook #21486] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE WOODCUTTER OF GUTECH *** Produced by Nick Hodson of London, England The Woodcutter of Gutech, by W.H.G.
Kingston. ________________________________________________________________________ A very short book, and a fairly early one of the author’s.
The subject matter is the early days of the Reformation, and the time at which the Roman Church was trying to prevent ordinary people from reading the Bible in general, and the Gospels in particular.
The Woodcutter with his son and his donkey are working in the forest, one evening, when a man asks them for directions to get out of the forest.
They offer him a bed for the night, so he comes to their home, where he produces his wares, which consist of Bibles, and he explains them to the enthralled family. Although it is short this book makes a nice little audiobook. ________________________________________________________________________ THE WOODCUTTER OF GUTECH, BY W.H.G.
KINGSTON. CHAPTER ONE. A traveller was making his way through the Black Forest in Germany.
A pack was on his back, of a size which required a stout man to carry it, and a thick staff was in his hand.
He had got out of his path by attempting to make a short cut, and in so doing had lost his way, and had been since wandering he knew not where.
Yet he was stout of heart, as of limb, and a night spent in the depths of the forest would have concerned him but little had he not set a value upon time.
-I have lost so much in ...





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