colporteur

[ kol-pawr-ter, -pohr-; French kawl-pawr-tœr ]
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“I take but the proper price,” answered the colporteur, returning most of them to him.

On a shelf in a corner lay the Bible which the family had received from the colporteur.

But these are not my words,” said the colporteur, “they are the words of God.

It was found to correspond exactly with that of the colporteur!

When they had finished, the colporteur said: "It is good to pray, I believe!"

In one instance the colporteur was taken for a doctor; in the other for a hunter.

There was not the same public to welcome the Gypsy as had hailed the Colporteur.

Among the colporteur's arguments, however, was one that overcame him.

Joshua, was colporteur in Syria and in Asia Minor about 1860.

Several months passed, and then one of the brethren, a colporteur, came.

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