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Book Review.

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"The Old Meeting-house, by Rev. A. M. Colton is a collection of papers made by G. Q. Colton, his brother. These have appeared from time to time in newspapers and magazines; and the preface to the book states that they have greatly delighted his relatives and friends. It also intimates that there is a fine vein of humor running through some of the sketches. The reader who wishes to be fully in touch with the book must be sure not to omit the preface. The most humorous thing to one who had not been prepared for the wit of the book by its introduction would probably be the novelty of the words and rhetoric.

[The Old Meeting-house. Rev. A. M. Colton. Worthington and Co., N. Y. 1890.]

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