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REV. ALFRED ^TAYLOR,
PASTOR OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CUUBCH,
BRISTOL, PA.
WITH AN INTRODUCTION
JOHN S. HART. LL. D.By
BOSTON
NO. 9 CORNUILL.Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864,
By henry HOYT,
In the Clerk's Office ofthe District Court of Massachusetts.INTRODUCTION
The author is widelyof the following Sketches,
—known, first, as a successful Sabbath School Mis-
sionary secondly, as a Pastor, who, in his own church,;
has given special attention to the cultivation of this
department of the field of ministerial labor; and,
lastly, most happily "photo-as a writer, who has
graphed," for the use of others, the results of his own
observation and experience. His pictures are so life-
like as to have caused some almost ludicrous mistakes;
had never heard, and liv-persons ofwhom the author
imagin-ing in various and widely distant States, often
ining themselves to have sat for the portraits ; and
instances, sending angry complaints to the editorsome
personalities. As these papers allabout the supposed
School Timesappeared originally in the ^'Sunday ^J IIV INTRODUCTION.
have liad a good judgingopportunity of both of their
merits and of their acceptance with the public ; and I
think I am safe in sayhig, that no series of articles,
that has appeared in that paper, has attracted more
attention among Sabbath School men, or been more
approved, or whose republication hasgenerally been
more frequently called for. They deserve to take
their place among the permanent literature of the
cause. The volume which contains them is one which
ought to finds its way upon the table of every Sabbath
School man, and of every friend of Sabbath Schools.
John S. Hart.
1864.Philadelphia^ January,

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