The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 6, March, 1885 eBook

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The Committee of Examiners, Rev. Drs. HEMAN LINCOLN, J.E.  RANKIN, and G.T.  DAY, commend the

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Short-Comings and Long-Goings.  Price, $1.25

Full of sparkle and glow, and throbbing in every paragraph with intense life.  It teaches the highest lessons of duty and religion with equal quietude and effect.—­Rev. Dr. Day.

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The author is a finished writer, with a large knowledge of books and of life, a keen insight into character, and a style of rare purity and grace.

Building-Stones.  Price, $1.25.

A successful attempt to teach Bible truths in a manner both interesting and instructive.

Susy’s Spectacles.  Price, $1.25.

It was a friend that taught this wayward little girl to use these spectacles, and they proved a perfect blessing to her, and, step by step, led her up to a Christian life.—­The Advance.

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The style is cultivated and rich, well adapted to bring out the deeper life of the soul.

Trifles.  Price, $1.25.

“Trifles” may strike the key-note in some young life, and save the reader from a ruinous failure.—­Examiner and Chronicle.

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An admirable book to put into the hands of boys exposed to temptations and in danger of going astray.—­Rev. Dr. Lincoln.

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A story of Western life, illustrating the gradual separation of the good and bad elements as civilization advances, and the power of religion to unite and improve a community.—­Rev. Dr. Rankin.

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