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Charles George Gordon

a nineteenth century worthy of the English church

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        StatementThe Young churchman company
        PublishersThe Young churchman company
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        LC Classifications1888
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 93 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The made him a Field Marshall in the Imperial Army and presented him with China's highest award, the peacock feather. :75 The British Army promoted him to Lieutenant Colonel and he was made a. He would stand still and stare at the bullies until they felt uncomfortable and stopped. In 1855 he was sent to the and took part in the. :28 Crimea Gordon Charles George Gordon as an repairing various army buildings inand repairing the fort at.

:12 Gordon 's parents wanted him to have an English education so he was sent to Fullands School at. He go for several days without speaking to anyone. This army was to fight the Niang against theand later the.

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:11 The family were then sent to the island of where his father had to arrange for the guns to be placed in new positions. :10 In 1837 they moved to when his father was posted to Leith Fort.

A man of strong religious belief, Gordon felt is was his duty to God to help provide food, clothing and education for these people.