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By the same Author,
and for Wilson and Sons, York ;
SERVANTS AND APPRÉNTICES:
containing Character of a good and faith- nephew, on taking him apful servant ;
prentice ; Advice to servants of every
and denomination ;
Anecdotes of good and faithful Letter from an uncle to his servants.
“We can scarcely conceive a tract of more general utility than that now before us. The advice to servants is excellent ; and means should be taken to put this 'Friendly Gift,’into the hands of every servant in the kingdom.”
This is a very instructive and useful tract ; and extremely well adapted to answer the purpose for which it is designed."
Two editions of this little work, each consisting of three thousand copies, have been printed for the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge ; and were sold in a short space of time The work has been approved by the Sunday School Union ; and extensively circulated in Ireland, by the Kildare Place Society. It is inserted, together with “ Lessons for Young Persons in Humble Life,” in the list of “ about fifty select works, for the poor man's religious library,” which the Rev. Edward Bickersteth gives in his Christian Student, third edition. And it has obtained the unqualified approbation of many individuals, distinguished by their piety and benevolence.
( Thomas Wilson and Sons, High-Ousegate, York.)