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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. • The fact is the “ Run and Read is not inculcated.' – Baptist Magazine, Library” stands at the head of its class. February, 1859. It has this most excellent feature, that • This series of popular works is an every work is selected on the principle especial favorite, and deservedly so. No that light literature should be used to parent need fear for the morals or taste carry pleasantly to the minds of the of the young into whose hands these young germs of precious truth.'-Hogg's volumes may fall.:-Youths' Magazine. Instructor.
Your plan appears to me highly inter. These are the very things for a leisure esting, and I wish it success.'-DR. CROLY hour in summer or winter, on the rail or to the Publishers. the boat, by the sea-side or in the garden, Recommendatory notices of separate amidst the family circle, or at the lonely volumes have appeared in the 'Eclectic hearth. We can heartily recommend this Review, . British Banner, British series.' – Evangelical Magazine, Sept., Standard, Christian Witness,' 'Mothers! 1856.
Friend,' 'The Church,' Sunday School •May be safely recommended for family Union Magazine,' Churchman,' etc. etc. reading, which is more than we can say • Works of Imagination are avowedly for a good deal of the cheap fiction.'— read and enjoyed by men of science, Nonconformist.
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