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

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 206 pages of information about The Bay State Monthly Volume 2, No. 6, March, 1885.

“Of that interest to the whole country that the cultured productions of cultured Boston have usually been.”—­Courier and Journal (Louisville, Ky.).

“An important blank in our periodical literature has been filled.”—­Chicago News.

“Destined to take place in the first rank.”—­Watertown Enterprise.

“Invites the support of Massachusetts people from Berkshire to Barnstable.”—­Lowell Morning Times.

“Already a success.”—­Cape Cod Bee (Barnstable).

“‘The Rent Veil,’ by Henry B. Carrington, is a strikingly fine production, possessing a Miltonian Stateliness, and breathing a spirit of veneration.”—­New York Times.

“Replete with choice literary productions.”—­Gardner Record.

“Keeps up the character established by the first number.”—­Vox Populi (Lowell).

“Should be in the hands of all who desire to know the Bay State.”—­Westborough Chronotype.

“Of special interest to the citizens of Massachusetts.”—­Worcester
Spy.

“A distinctive Massachusetts magazine.”—­Waltham Record.

“Both in appearance and contents creditable to the publishers.”—­New York Literary Times.

“Does credit to publishers and contributors.”—­East Boston Argus.

“The list of contributors is enough to sell the magazine.”—­Scituate Herald.

“Is destined to be popular and a valuable addition to the literary world.”—­Home Journal.

“Rich in contents.”—­Indianapolis Times.

“A worthy representative of the literary and typographical excellence of cultured Boston.”—­Weekly Advocate.

“Of fine appearance and high promise.”—­Lawrence American.

“Replete with choice literary contributions.”—­Salem Register.

“We predict a bright future for The Bay State Monthly.”—­Norwood Review.

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