S.R. FOWLER, Proprietor.
TERMS:—$2.00 per Day, Transient; and $7.00 to $10.00 per Week, Permanent.
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The subscribers will note the fact that the October number commences the Second Volume of THE BAY STATE MONTHLY. On account of unavoidable delays, the months of July, August, and September, were allowed to pass without issuing the Magazine. Hereafter, it is confidently predicted, the Magazine will be issued regularly and promptly.
JOHN N. McCLINTOCK & COMPANY,
31 Milk Street (Room 46), Boston, Mass.
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THE BAY STATE MONTHLY.
Volume I.—1884. Bound in cloth, royal 8vo.,
420 pages. Price, $2.00.
6 PORTRAITS ON STEEL, 10 MAPS, AND 107 ILLUSTRATIONS.
“A creditable addition to Massachusetts literature,”—Boston Globe.
“The first six numbers form a volume of genuine historic value and interest.”—Transcript.
“An admirable issue.”—Maiden City Press.
“Replete with sketches which should be read in every household.”—Winchendon Courier.
“Furnishing much valuable historical and biographical matter.”—Boston Commonwealth.
“Working its way to popular favor.”—The Weekly News.
“The Bay State Monthly is just what is needed in New England.”—The Gorham Mountaineer.
“New England societies will not be able to dispense with this magazine,”—St. Paul Pioneer-Press.
“Crammed full of historic facts; should be in every family.”—Brockton Eagle.
“A conspicuous article is ‘Bunker Hill’ (with map), by General Carrington, U.S.A.”—Southbridge Journal.
“Has made a firm footing and held its ground well.”—Newport News and Journal.
“Filled with instructive literary matter, and a very reliable map.”—Essex Banner.
“One of the most popular in the list of monthlies.”—The Moniter (Chatham).
“Handsomely gotten up, and reading-matter is interesting.”—Holyoke Herald.
“The steady improvement in this magazine is gratifying.”—Medford Mercury.
“Deserves the support of every true American, and every Massachusetts citizen.”—The Watchman.
“Edited ably, growing healthily, and presents features of peculiar interest.”—Congregationalist.
“Improves with each number.”—New England Home Journal (Worcester).
“Should be in every household in Massachusetts.”—Barre Gazette.
“One of the noted historical magazines of the day.”—Norfolk County Register.