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The Project Gutenberg EBook of A Book For The Young, by Sarah French

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Title: A Book For The Young

Author: Sarah French

Release Date: May 12, 2005 [EBook #15820]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1

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A BOOK FOR THE YOUNG.


DEDICATED, BY PERMISSION,
TO THE HON. MRS. MANNERS SUTTON.


By A LADY.



1856.

Saint John, N.B.,
Printed By J. & A. McMillan, Phoenix House,
78, Prince Wm. Street.




TO THE HON. MRS. MANNERS SUTTON.

MADAM,--

With every feeling of deference and respect, do I beg to offer my
grateful acknowledgments for your kindness in according me the honor
of your influential name, in offering my Little Book to the public;
and I can only regret my humble efforts are not more worthy your
patronage.

I have the honour to be, Madam,

Your obliged and obedient servant,

SARAH FRENCH.




PREFACE.


COURTEOUS READER,

In offering a second effort from her pen, the Writer begs, most
humbly, to deprecate all criticism; for much of which, there will,
doubtless, be found ample room.

This little book has been written in the hope that notwithstanding its
many imperfections, it will not be altogether useless to those for
whom it is especially intended,--the Young; and should the Authoress
fail in effecting all the good she desires, she trusts, she may take
refuge under the negative merit, of not having written one word that
_can_ do _harm_.

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