Anecdotes for Boys
Anecdotes for Boys
Anecdotes for Boys
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Summary

Entertaining Narratives and Anecdotes, Illustrative of Principles and Character.

By
Harvey Newcomb,
Author of “How to Be a Lady,” “How to Be a Man,” Etc.

Tenth Thousand.

Boston:
Gould and Lincoln.
New York:
Sheldon, Lamport, and Blakeman.
1855.

References

NEWCOMB’S WORKS.
JUST PUBLISHED.
ANECDOTES FOR GIRLS; entertaining narratives and anecdotes, illustrative of principles and character, by HARVEY NEWCOMB.
ANECDOTES FOR BOYS; entertaining narratives and anecdotes, illustrative of principles and character, by HARVEY NEWCOMB.
These books are not mere collections of stories for the amusement of juvenile readers, but such only as have been selected, as can be made to convey some useful instruction to the mind, or produce some good impression in the heart. The matter in each work is entirely different, and designed to promote the early formation of character, in the girl or boy, in whose hands they may fall.
HOW TO BE A MAN – fourth edition.
HOW TO BE A LADY – fourth edition.
Just published by GOULD, KENDALL & LINCOLN, 59 Washington st.” – Christian Watchman, Boston, Massachusetts, 19 Nov 1847

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