2 edition of Col. Gardiner as a man, a Christian and a soldier found in the catalog.
Col. Gardiner as a man, a Christian and a soldier
|Other titles||Colonel Gardiner as a man, a Christian and a soldier|
|Series||South Carolina Tract Society -- no. 55, Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 133, no. 4611|
|Contributions||South Carolina Tract Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Get this from a library. Col. Gardiner as a man, a Christian and a soldier. [South Carolina Tract Society.;]. COLONEL JAMES GARDINER was the son of Capt. Patrick Gardiner of the family of Torwoodhead, by Mrs.[*] Mary Hodge of the family of Gladsmuir.
The captain, who was master of a handsome estate, served many years in the army of king William and queen Anne, and died abroad with the British forces in Germany, soon after the battle of Hochstett, through the.
A Christian and a soldier book is a fantastic book. But it has some items that are unusual for a VN War book. First, the author's story is from am officer's perspective. He is a Lt. Col. in VN in IG and command assignments. Second, you get to hear his incredible experiences as a child in WV and as an enlisted soldier in the Korean conflict/5(54).
LIFE OF COL. JAMES GARDINER. CHAPTER I. PARENTAGE AND EARLY DAYS. When I promised the public some larger account of the life and character of this illustrious person, than I could conveniently insert in my sermon on the sad occasion of his death, I was secure, that if Providence continued my capacity of writing, I should not wholly disappoint the expectation; for.
Colonel James Gardiner (11 January – 21 September ) was a Scottish soldier who fought in the British Army, including during the Jacobite rising.
He was born at A Christian and a soldier book, educated in Linlithgow, and joined the army at the age of en: Frances Baird. to the memory of colonel james gardiner born at burnfoot jany 10th mortally wounded at the battle of prestonpans sept 21st and interred at tranent.
a brave soldier and a devout christian. i have fought a good fight i have kept the faith timothy iv v.2 [burnfoot house last occupied in is now in ruins] colonel gardiner's 'life' by. Colonel James Gardiner (11 January – 21 September ) was a Scottish soldier who fought in the British Army, including during the Jacobite rising, in which he was killed at the Battle of Prestonpans.
Alexander Haughton Campbell Gardner (or Gardiner) (Gordana Singh) (–) was an American traveller, soldier, and mercenary. He travelled to Afghanistan and Punjab and served in various military positions in the region.
Details of his life remain obscure, though several colourful accounts have been e/branch: Sikh Khalsa Army/Artillery. A Classic That's Inspired Millions!Out of the dark shadows of Soviet atheism rose a fearless young man whose boldness for Christ would make him a testimony to millions of believers around the world.
This is the true story of Ivan (Vanya) Moiseyev, a soldier in the Soviet Red Army who was ruthlessly persecuted and incarcerated for his faith/5. About the Colonel. Col. Dave Grossman is an internationally recognized scholar, author, soldier, and speaker who is one of the world’s foremost experts in the field of human aggression and the roots of violence and violent crime.
Col. Grossman is a former West Point psychology professor, Professor of Military Science. good soldier of Jesus Christ.” The life of Timothy can be of great assurance to believers today. Coming from a divided home and being of a sensitive and timid nature, this young man stands as a testament to the power of God’s Word and the mighty working of the Spirit of God—turning an unlikely candidate forFile Size: 19KB.
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Rating is available. A Soldier's Book was a powerful and exciting story about the Civil War. It really depicted what it was like, following Ira Cahill Stevens, a fictionial character, through real like senarios.
I love how it really told the story through the eyes of the Soldier's, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to read a novel about war/5(8). Anthony Herbert tells his story in a straightforward and transparent way, and it is compelling reading.
Like another soldier whose story resembles his, David Hackworth, Herbert came from a blue-collar background where the military was held in great esteem, joined the Army as a teenager, sought out and excelled at the most difficult duties as an elite soldier, rose to the /5. GARDINER, JAMES (–), colonel of dragoons, eldest son of Captain Patrick Gardiner, of the family of Torwoodhead, by his wife, Mary Hodge of Gladsmuir, was born 11 Jan.
at Carriden, Linlithgowshire. He was educated at the grammar school of Linlithgow, and having served very early as a cadet became ensign, at the age of fourteen. Some remarkable passages in the life of the Hon.
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James Gardiner: who was slain at the battle of Preston Pans, Septem to which is added, the sermon occasioned by his heroick death" See other formats.
“Henshaw’s Orderly Book,” description begins “The Orderly Books of Colonel William Henshaw, October 1,through October 3, ” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, n.s., 57 (): 17– description endsreads “a Christian & Soldier.” See also Dodge, “Orderly Book,” description begins “Orderly Book Kept by Capt.
Abraham Dodge of. It may surely, with the highest justice, be expected that the title and bravery of Colonel Gardiner will invite many of our officers and soldiers, to whom his name has been long honourable and dear, to peruse this account of him with some peculiar attention; in consequence of which it may be a means of increasing the number, and brightening the Brand: Library of Alexandria.
Description. Book Description A man may be known by the company he keeps. Here, Faith Cook introduces us to Samuel Rutherford’s friends, who are called on to give us a fresh look at the man who has long been held in such high affection by Christian people around the world.
The Life of Col. James Gardiner by P. Doddridge Part 2 out of 3. In the midst of all the gentleness which Colonel Gardiner exercised towards his soldiers, he made it very apparent that he knew how to Christian, the well-bred man, and the universal friend in it; and as.First Edition.
This memoir is Lt-Col Colin Mitchell's defense of his leadership during the final days of Britain's rule over the colony of Aden in the late s.
viii, pages, 17 plates illustrations, maps, portraits, 23 cm. Interior of the book is bright, white and clean. There is an ink signature to the ffep otherwise the book is unmarked. The tributes to him on the irreverent and sometimes scurrilous Army Rumour Service website (ARRSE), a source that Holmes cites several times in Soldiers, stress that, as well as being a natural storyteller, possessed of a deep knowledge of his subject, he was a "gent", possessed of old-fashioned virtues.