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Pictorial Narratives


Pictorial Narratives

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    American Tract Society
General Books publication date: 2009 Original Publisher: American Tract Society Subjects: Short stories Christian life Children's stories Fiction / Anthologies Fiction / Short Stories Juvenile Fiction / General Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian Juvenile Fiction / Short Stories Religion / Christian Life / General Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: THE WIDOW'S SON. Virtue, for ever frail as fair, below, Her tender nature suffers in the crowd: Nor touches on the world without a stain The world's infectious: few bring back at eve, Immaculate, the manners of the morn. Young. George Lewellin, the son of a lonely widow, at the decease of his father was twelve years of age. He finished his education under the direction of his uncle : and having attained his seventeenth year, he was placed in a merchant's counting-house in London. In his person he was tall and slender, prepossessing in his appearance and in his manners, unreserved in his disposition, of an amiable temper, anddisposed, from the ingenuous sincerity of his heart, to receive every one as his friend who courted his society. Soon after his entrance on his new scene of life, he received an affectionate letter from his pious mother, from which the following extracts are taken: " As, my dear George, you are now removed from under the immediate inspection of your friends, and will be exposed to a variety of temptations, permit me to urge upon you the importance of reading the Scriptures, of regularly attending some place of worship on the Sabbath, and of avoiding the society of all who are gay and dissipated in their manners. ' If sinners entice thee' to the play-house, to card-parties, or to any places of public amusement, conse...   show more
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