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PARENTS AND CHILDREN.
THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
“ Train up a child in the way he should go, and when
The compilers of this little work have been induced to attempt to furnish in a simple form, the views of Friends on the important subjects discussed in the following pages, by explaining and illustrating them in familiar discourse. The coloquial style was chosen, as best adapted to their design, affording facilities for occasional remarks, of which no other so readily admits, and as more likely to attract and fix the attention of the young, for whose benefit the work was particularly intended. Under this view it is hoped that the form adopted will not be considered objectionable.