Leaders to Liberty (Classic Reprint)
Boom! Boom! Boom! sounded the big guns of the city of Brussels. It was the evening of the eighth day of April, 1875.
Every one stopped to listen - rich folks and poor folks, big folks and little folks - to the booming of the guns. It told them something very interesting had happened - that a child had just been born to the royal family of Belgium. Moreover, as they soon learned, the tiny newcomer was a prince, the second nephew of their King, Leopold II.
Of course, the good parents of little Albert Leopold Marie Meinrad, for so he was called, were made very happy by his coming.
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Two Treatises: In the One of Which, the Nature of Bodies: In the Other, the Nature of Man's Soul Is Looked Into, in Way of Discovery of the Immortality of Reasonable Souls (Classic Reprint)