2 edition of For the Relief of John Thomas Simpkin (H.R. 2193). Mr. Gifford found in the catalog.
For the Relief of John Thomas Simpkin (H.R. 2193). Mr. Gifford
|Statement||United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Seventy-Second Congress, first session|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
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A supplement; or, the second part of an epistolary correspondence, relative to the living of Aldwinkle. Containing several important letters, now forced to be made public to vindicate injured characters, and to undeceive the friends of religion
The bill provides that Simpkin shall hereafter be held and considered to have received a full, honorable discharge from the Naval service of the United States on Februthe purpose being to give him, as to the future, the rights, privileges and benefits conferred by any law upon honorably discharged soldiers.
He is married to Karin Lundstrom McLarty. After graduating from seminary at Andrews University inJohn spent his first dozen years of ministry in New York City. Later he worked as a writer for The Voice of Prophecy in Southern California before moving to Washington state in Simpkin fat, Simpkin skinny, Simpkin sensible, Simpkin silly.
This book creates a hilarious and memorable character known as Simpkin, which is fantastically illustrated by Quentin Blake.
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