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

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“A treasury of good morals.”—­N.Y.  Tribune.

“At the head of juvenile periodicals stands WIDE AWAKE all the time.”—­Phil.  Inquirer.

“A whole family library in itself.”—­Putnam Patriot.

“Unsurpassed in skilful adaptation to young folks’ needs.”—­Chicago Standard.

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Edited by Mrs. G.R.  Alden (Pansy).

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For both week-day and Sunday reading, THE PANSY holds the first place in the hearts of the children, and in the approval of earnest-minded parents.

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This new periodical is intensely interesting to both old and young, as well as practical.  It contains the Course of the C.Y.F.R.U.  Readings (issued also in WIDE AWAKE) and additional features of varied interest.  Beginning with the December issue, the CHAUTAUQUA YOUNG FOLKS’ JOURNAL gives a fine illustrated historical serial story.  It is a stirring tale of old Knickerbocker New York, and its accounts are as true as they are exciting.  It is written by Elbridge S. Brooks, and is entitled, “In Leisler’s Time.”  Send for a circular giving full information about the C.Y.F.R.U.  Reading Course.

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