1912. With illustrations by The Kinneys. This American clergyman
and author also graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy. Ordained by
the Protestant Episcopal Church, he was chaplain of the First
Pennsylvania Volunteers at the time of the Spanish-American War. He
is best known for his historical novels. The book begins: There was
no doubt that Caius Attilius, the young military tribune, was a
very ill man, -perhaps had been would be the better tense of the
verb, for it appeared to his officers and to the shipmaster, men of
long and varied experience of a rough-and-ready sort, although none
of them was a professional physician, that the crisis of the
disease had passed and that the grip of the fever had been broken.
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