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1858. Sept. 15. bift of H. G. Benny, esp of Boston.
TO OUR GENEROUS YOUNG PATRONS.
You have encouraged Parley's Magazine so well that my pub-
I. Geographical Descriptions, of manners, customs and countries.
III. Interesting Historical Notices and Anecdotes of each State, and of the
IV. Biography, particularly of young persons.
VI. A familiar description of the Objects that daily surround Children in the
VII. Original Tales, consisting of Home Scenes, Stories of Adventure, &c., calculated to stimulate the curiosity, exercise the affections, and improve the judgment.
VIII. An Account of various trades and pursuits, and some branches of commerce.
IX. Cheerful and pleasing Rhymes, adapted to the feelings and comprehension of youth.
The Publishers have made arrangements to have the work abundantly illustrated with spirited engravings, and every effort will be taken to render it a useful auxiliary to the cause of education.
Allen, Ethan . . 95 Boy and Loaded Ass 104 Crocus . .
Anecdotes 16, 73, 20. 79, Brace, Julia
242 Death of Summer
229, 230, 268, 298, 309, 324, Building on Piles . 12 Dialogues
Anecdote of a Deaf, Dumb Butterfly and Chrysalis 189 Discovery of the Southern
and Blind Boy . 297 Butterfly's Ball and Grass. States . . 88, 116
Arabs and their Horses 140 Capture of Quebec . 162 Dog and his Master 382
130 Cais bringing up Young Drowning Boy and Dog. 106
381 Cedar Bird . . 165 Education in the Chimney
Bank of the United States 297 Cheating the Indians 123 Enigma .
6 Children's Almanac 85 Ethan Allen .
57 Children's Feast . 198 Evening Spring Sor
Birth of Spring - 144 Convent of the Great St.
175, 197, 211, 339, 382
183, 195, 212, 242, 250, 257, Conundrums 268, 299, 348 Falls of Niagara