New Addition to the Carl Gustav Nieritz Library

For the first time translated into English, but improved into a better story. 


Sadly, Nieritz, being, it would seem, a liberal Lutheran, took the Roman Catholic position in the dispute between the people, Parliament, Oliver Cromwell, and Charles I. of England; and the book was a Cromwellian hatchet job.  I paid a Polish-American to translate the book for me, but had I known what the book said, I would never have had it translated... but when God gives you lemons you make lemonade.  I tried to retain as much of the original story line as possible, thought greatly improved the story at every turn; but I completely rewrote the ending and expanded it massively, into a masterful story; and in notes, indicate where my story line departed from Nieritz's original.

NOW Available

Volume 14 - Clarus and Mary or The Child’s Woe, The Child’s Pleasure or Cromwell’s Daughter’s Servant (1840) 397pp., pb., 22.00 + 6.00 P&H within the U.S.


For the full Collection, see;


The Karl Gustav Nieritz Library / Emily Sarah Holt Library / William Herchenbach Library (Updated May 11 2023 - New Titles Now Available)


See also:

Important Books For Christendom