Uncle Terry

Uncle Terry
A Story of the Maine Coast

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Uncle Terry by Charles Clark Munn

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1900

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221

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Uncle Terry
A Story of the Maine Coast

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"Before you have gone through the first chapter of 'Uncle Terry' you are firmly convinced that you are going to like it, and when you discover that it conceals a most interesting secret nothing short of a fire alarm would induce you to put it aside."—The Rochester Herald.

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They know you're allus ready."

In this connection it must be stated that the spiritual life of Southport was of a primitive description. The small unpainted church at the Cape, above which hung a diminutive bell, was the only place of worship, and to this, every other Sunday, came a minister from the mainland. It was furnished with long wooden settees and a small cottage organ graced the platform, upon which an antique desk did duty as pulpit and a storage place for hymn books. Four wall bracket lamps lighted this room for evening service, and their usually smoky chimneys lent a depressing effect to all exhortation. "Mandy" Oaks presided at the organ and turned gospel hymns into wheezy and rather long-drawn-out melodies. Most of the audience tried to chase the tunes along and imagined they were singing, which, perhaps, is all that is necessary. On the Sundays between the minister's visits only evening services were held, and every Thursday evening a prayer-meeting. It was on these latter occasions tha

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