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oF93 FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER.

“TAKE FAST HOLD OF INSTRUCTION; LET HER NOT GO; KEEP HER; FOR SHE IS THY LIFE.”

VOL. XLI.

PHILADELPHIA, SECOND MONTH 16, 1884.

No. 1.

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ZDITED AND PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FRIENDS.

CONTENTS.

Life and Labors of Elizabeth Fry... 00IUNICATIONS MUST BE ADDRESSED AND PAIMENTS MADE TO

Protap Chunder Mozoomdar..
JOHN COMLY, AGENT,

The Modification of Oaths.....
AT PUBLICATION OFFICE. No. 1020 AROH STREET.

The Mystery............
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Correspondence.................................
The Paper is iesned every week.

Local Information............ The FORTY-FIRST Volume commenced on the 16th of Second Scraps from Unpublished Letters........... moath, 1884, at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents to subscribers re- | Editorials: A United Purpose--speech-Sleep........ ceiving it through mail, postage prepaid. SINGLE NUMBERS SIX CENTS.

Deaths ...........
It is desirable that all subscriptions should commence at the Concerning Friends....
beginning of the volume.

Travels of George Pitt........
BELITTANCES by mail should be in CHECKS, DRAFTS, or P. O.
MONEY-ORDERS; the latter preferred. MONEY sent by mail will be

Poetry: Be of Good Cheer- Winter on Earth, but June in the
at the risk of the person so gending.
AGENTS:- Edwin Blackburn, Baltimore, Md.

The Summit-Flower.......
Joseph S. Cohu, New York.

Natural History Studies.......
Benj. Strattan, Richmond, Ind.
Entered at the Post-Office at Philadelphia, Penna. ag gecond-clage

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It also traces the career of a devoted woman Here came Elizabeth Fry, then at the age through the intricacies of her rich and blame- of 33, accompanied only by a female relative. less life unto its beautiful ending.

A picture of the terrible scene was impressed The extreme severity of English law in the upon her tender and sensitive heart, never to early partof the present century, clothed prison be effaced. She could do nothing at this life with horrors not now known in any civil-time except to supply some of the most destiized land. Every degree of forgery, as well | tute with clothes. Retiring from the scene,

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