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A Present Member of Harvard University.

By Martin KELLOGG Schermerhorn

I. WORLD-RELIGION SACRED SCRIPTURES

(Third Edition, but entirely re-translated and revised with many missions of less important selections in order to make room for new and most valuable selections gathered from the Ethnio Scriptures after thirty-five years of wide research and constant study.)

Mr. Andrew Carnegie [see letter in Appendix of World-Religion Sacred Scriptures] wrote: "I have purchased this book by the half-dozen several times and sent to friends." Through his unsolicited generosity the price of two volumes has been placed at the actual cost of publishing and delivery--so that all interested in Cosmopolitan Religion and Ethics may be able to procure them. For the first and second editions of World Religion Sacred Scriptures a large number of very favorable Press and Personal Commendations were received by their publishers, George Putnam's Sons of New York and London, a few of which may be found in the Appendix of the new edition. Prof. Max Mueller of Oxford University wrote an Introduction, Dr. James Martineau, Herbert Spencer, James Freeman Clarke, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and other leading scholars of world-wide minds and sympathies joined in the commendations.

"The self-evident Truth and Beauty of all the Sacred Scriptures of the World is gathered in this volume."

"Grain gathered from the straw, pearls gathered from the shells, gold gathered from the depths and debris of mines."

"The most important volume ever yet published."

11. WORLD-RELIGION HYMNS AND PRAYERS

These volumes may be purchased at Harvard Co-operative and W. B. Clarke Co., 26-28 Tremont Street, Boston; also through leading booksellers for $2.00 and $1.50.

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