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Cullum, Ridgwell: The Triumph of John Kars. v1. 3 Jan 2013
For Father José the work was not without its compensations. His grief at Allan's dreadful end had been almost overwhelming, and the work in which he found himself involved had come as a help at the moment it was most needed. Then there was Ailsa, and Jessie, and Alec. His work helped to keep him from becoming a daily witness of their terrible distress. Furthermore, there were surprises for him in the pages of the great ledgers at the Fort. Surprises of such a nature that he began to wonder if he were still living in the days of miracles, or if he were simply the victim of hallucination.
'Bene legere saecla vincere'.
'To read well is to master the ages' [Prof. Issac Flagg]
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