The Last of the Peterkins by Lucretia P. Hale


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Title: The Last of the Peterkins
With Others of Their Kin

Author: Lucretia P. Hale

Release Date: April 4, 2005 [EBook #15546]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1

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THE LAST OF THE PETERKINS,

With Others of their kin.

BY LUCRETIA P. HALE.




* * * * *

BOSTON:
LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY.
1906.


_Copyright, 1886_,
BY ROBERTS BROTHERS.
Printers
S.J. PARKHILL & CO., BOSTON, U.S.A.




TO

THE LADY FROM PHILADELPHIA,

BELOVED BY THE PETERKIN FAMILY,

This Book is Dedicated.


* * * * *




PREFACE.


The following Papers contain the last records of the Peterkin Family,
who unhappily ventured to leave their native land and have never
returned. Elizabeth Eliza's Commonplace Book has been found among the
family papers, and will be published here for the first time. It is
evident that she foresaw that the family were ill able to contend with
the commonplace struggle of life; and we may not wonder that they could
not survive the unprecedented, far away from the genial advice of
friends, especially that of the Lady from Philadelphia.

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