Helen Ekin Starrett, journalist, mother of two daughters, grandmother of seven granddaughters and teacher to many young girls at the Starrett School for Girls offers lessons in life and religion to girls about to "pass out from the guardianship of home into life with its duties and trials".
LETTERS TO A DAUGHTER
A LITTLE SERMON TO SCHOOL GIRLS.
HELEN EKIN STARRETT,
Author of "The Future of Educated Women," etc.
JANSEN, McCLURG, & COMPANY.
BY JANSEN, MCCLURG, & CO.
LETTER I. BEHAV...
The Two Elsies
A Sequel to Elsie at Nantucket
By Martha Finley
LIST OF THE ELSIE BOOKS AND OTHER POPULAR BOOKS BY MARTHA FINLEY
ELSIE DINSMORE. ELSIE'S HOLIDAYS AT ROSELANDS. ELSIE'S GIRLHOOD. ELSIE'S WOMANHOOD. ELSIE'S MOTHERHOOD. ELSIE'S CHILDREN. ELSIE'S WIDOWHOOD. GRANDMOTHER ELSIE. ELSIE'S NEW RELATIONS. ELSIE AT NANTUCKET. THE TWO ELSIES. ELSIE'S KITH AND KIN. ELSIE'S FRIENDS AT WOODBURN. CHRIS...
Working in the Shade; or, Lowly Sowing Brings Glorious Reaping
by the Reverend Theodore P Wilson When he wrote "Frank Oldfield" some ten years before this book, and won a literary prize with it, Wilson showed that he was an author who could write a good story round a moral theme, and hold his readers' attention.
This is just such a book. You could look at it as no more than a very hard hitting sermon on the theme of Selfishness, but it is well written enough, with various episodes of selfishness le...
By Reverend T.P. Wilson This a very well written and interesting story, well up to Wilson's best. It deals with the various moral issues that beset a rather well off family. The old father makes his two sons an allowance, which one of them, Amos, manages well, while the other does not. Stability in the family is provided by an old maiden aunt, Kate, the sister of the old man. There was also a daughter, Julia, who had married a ne'er do well, and who had been shown the door ...
The Lily of Leyden, by W.H.G. Kingston.
THE LILY OF LEYDEN, BY W.H.G. KINGSTON.
The warm sun of a bright spring day, in the year of grace 1574, shone
down on the beautiful city of Leyden, on its spacious squares and
streets and its elegant mansions, its imposing churches, and on the
smooth canals which meandered among them, fed by the waters of the
sluggish Rhine. The busy citizens were engaged i...
THE DEVELOPMENT OF RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IN CONNECTICUT
M. LOUISE GREENE, PhD.
The following monograph is the outgrowth of three earlier and shorter essays. The first, "Church and State in Connecticut to 1818," was presented to Yale University as a doctor's thesis. The second, a briefer and more popularly written article, won the Straus prize offered in 1896 through Brown University by the Hon. Oscar S. Straus. The third, a paper containing additional matter, was so far approved by the American Historical Association as to receive honorable mention in ...
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This was indicated in this text version by surrounding the smaller text
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[Illustration: The Children coaxing Mr. Appleton to tell where Aunt
THE LITTLE NIGHTCAP LETTERS.
BY THE AUTHOR OF
"NIGHTCAPS," "NEW NIGHTCAPS," "BABY NIGHTCAPS,"
D. APPLETON & COMPANY,
90, 92 & 94 GRAND ST.
LONDON: 16 LITTLE BRITAIN.
ENTERED, according to A...
Rev. T. B. Ray, D.D.
Educational Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.
TO MY WIFE WHO SHARED THE JOURNEY WITH ME
I. THE COUNTRY II. THE CAPITAL, RIO DE JANEIRO III. A VISIT TO A COUNTRY CHURCH IV. TWO PRESIDENTS V. THE GOSPEL WITHHELD VI. SAINT WORSHIP VII. PENANCE AND PRIEST VIII. THE GOSPEL TRIUMPHANT IX. JOSE BARRETTO X. CAPTAIN EGYDIO XI. FELICIDADE (Felicity) XII. PERSECUTION XIII. THE BIBLE AS A MISSIONARY FACTOR XIV. THE METTLE OF ...
EXAMINED AND REFUTED:
BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF
A SERIES OF DISCOURSES
Delivered in St. George's M. E. Church, Philadelphia,
FRANCIS HODGSON, D. D.
HIGGINS AND PERKINPINE.
No. 40 NORTH FOURTH STREET,
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1854, by
in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of the United States in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
T. R. AND P. G. COLLINS, PRINTERS.
PHILADELPHIA, July 13, 1...
Quicksilver; or, The Boy With No Skid To His Wheel, by George Manville
I don't know where they get titles for books from. The subtitle is "The
Boy with no Skid to his Wheel", and that is the only mention of the word
"skid" in the entire book. The only "wheel" mentioned is when the boy
hero does cartwheels round the drawing room. And the said boy is
referred to as "a globule of quicksilver". So I suppose it is something
the author had in his mind before he began the book.