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Boasted Inherent Superiority of the Anglo-Saxon Race on Trial
			

170                    CHURCH REVIEW.

                               IX.
                            MY SHIPS.

                       BY KATIE D. TILLMAN.

                 THREE ships I sent across the sea--
                 Faith, and Hope, and Charity-
                 Off they flew o'er the bounding main,
                 But only one came back again.

                 Dashed 'gainst the shores of Unbelief,
                 A moment stood in stern relief,
                 Then sunk beneath Disaster's wave
                 Was Faith, the confident and brave!

                 Hope cheered my heart for many a day,
                 So proudly sailed she on her way;
                 But, overwhelmed by stormy seas,
                 Left Love alone to stem the breeze.

                 In vain the storm-blast on the deck:
                 Some unseen power held in check
                 Withstands the stormy winds of Life,
                 And Love is victor in the strife!

  Yankton, S. Dakota.



                               X.

        THE BOASTED INHERENT SUPERIORITY OF THE
               ANGLO-SAXON RACE ON TRIAL,
  WITH THE UNIVERSALLY AUTHORITATIVE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF
               THE UNIQUE ETHIOPIAN RACE.

                   BY WILLIAM WALROUD MOE.

  "INTELLIGENCE, whether found under the dark brow of the
Ethiopian, or on the delicate forehead of the Anglo-Saxon, will
vanquish mountains of prejudice. It is a force and power by
which anything human can be accomplished, and which naught
on earth can withstand. By it, rank and knightly titles are rent
asunder like glittering cobwebs formed in a summer's night."
  There is none to equal the Book from which historical ethnolo-
gists record that, " From the families of the three sons of Noah
are all the nations of the earth descended." Elam settled in
Persia; the descendants of Asshur peopled Assyria, and Ar-
phaxad settled in Chaldea--these are sons of Shem. The de-
scendants of Cush removed from the southeast of Babylonia-
afterwards called Khusestan--to the eastern parts of Arabia;
from which place they migrated into Africa. Mizraim peopled




			
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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 09, Num. 2

Boasted Inherent Superiority of the Anglo-Saxon Race on Trial

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Volume:  09
Issue Number:  02
Page Number:  170
Date:  10/01/1892


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