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Or, The Orphan's Victory
Author: Sarah A. Myers
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[Illustration: WILLIAM AT HIS MOTHER'S GRAVE.
Taking a piece of paper and a pencil from his pocket, he
drew a sketch of the little square where his loved ones
THE ORPHAN'S VICTORY.
by SARAH A. MYERS.
"Blessed is the man that trusteth in Him.... They that seek
the Lord shall not want any good thing."--PSALM xxxiv.
T. Nelson and Sons, Paternoster Row; Edinburgh; and New
This little volume contains a simple record of the trials and
temptations which a poor orphan boy passed through a few years since.
It teaches that best of lessons,--the need of Divine help in the
battle of life. It shows that a child may attain a beautiful character
amid great trials and great evils.
The author assures us that the incidents in this delightful story are
real occurrences. Some of them are "stranger than fiction;" yet they
are not fancies, but facts.
WILLIAM'S FIRST GRIEF.