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What We Saw In Egypt

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Excerpt: ...then to the spot where Moses is said to have been found by Pharaoh's daughter. We could picture the cradle of bulrushes floating on the still waters; the royal princess coming down with maidens to bathe, the anxious Miriam watching with eager eyes to see what would be the fate of her baby-brother. Hugh and Lucy both said that it made the Bible seem much more re ...more
Paperback, 26 pages
Published October 27th 2012 by Rarebooksclub.com (first published September 19th 2010)
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Sarah Carr
Oct 16, 2010 rated it did not like it
Exactly what you'd expect from a load of missionary types making a nuisance of themselves amongst the "heathen Mohammedans"
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