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John Ayscough

“Some of his critics were apt to declare that Beke would never quite make a soldier, by which they, unconsciously, meant that he would always be likely to remain principally a gentleman.” ~ from Mr. Beke of the Blacks

Abbotscourt by John Ayscough
Ave Maria by John Ayscough
Credo, or Justin's Martyrdom by John Ayscough
Dominus Vobiscum by John Ayscough
Faustula n. A. D. 340 by John Ayscough
French Windows by John Ayscough
Hurdcott by John Ayscough
Jacqueline by John Ayscough
Mr. Beke of the Blacks by John Ayscough
Mariquita by John Ayscough
Marotz by John Ayscough
Mezzogiorno by John Ayscough
Ora Pro Nobis by John Ayscough
Per Jesum Christum, or, Two Good Fridays by John Ayscough
Prodigals and Sons by John Ayscough
A Roman Tragedy and others by John Ayscough
The Story of Oscar by John Ayscough
The Tideaway by John Ayscough