The American Missionary — Volume 43, No. 03, March, 1889 eBook

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     THE CONGREGATIONALIST.—­“It goes without saying that these
     treat of significant topics, are breezy and graphic, and are
     full of earnest patriotism and piety.”

     THE ADVANCE.—­“A good book.  Instantaneous photographs of just
     the most vital and significant events which have given
     character and the turn of destiny to this epoch-making period.”

     NORTH WESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.  Chicago.—­“Dr. Roy’s book
     deserves to live and nobody can kill it if he tries.  We hope it
     may have a large sale,—­10,000 copies, and then a new edition.”

The Great Value and Success of Foreign Missions.

     Proved by Distinguished Witnesses.

     BY REV.  JOHN LIGGINS.

     With an introduction by Rev. Arthur T. Pierson, D.D. 16mo, 249
     pages.  Paper, 35c.; cloth, 75c.

     “A grand massing and marshalling of testimony.—­Dr. Pierson in
     the Introduction.

     “It is a ‘settler.’  Send out the book as on the wings of the
     morning.”—­Rev. Theo.  L. Cuyler, D.D.

     “The distinguished witnesses are well chosen and
     unanswerable.”—­Rev. Joseph Cook.

     “An admirable book and pre-eminently timely.”—­Bishop Potter.

Sent, post-paid, on receipt of price, by

THE BAKER & TAYLOR CO.,

740-742 Broadway, New York.

* * * * *

PURE JUICE of the GRAPE.

     “Unfermented Wine received International Medal.”—­New England
     Churchman.

     “Chicago has used this with great acceptance.”—­E.W. 
     Blatchford.

     “To churches it gives universal satisfaction—­for invalids it
     receives preference over any other.”—­Dr. C.R.  Blackall.

Write to T.H.  JOHNSON, NEWBURGH, N.Y.

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