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Title: The Friend : a religious and literary journal
Year: 1827 (1820s)
Authors: Smith, Robert, 1752-1838
Subjects: Society of Friends Quakers
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : J. Richardson
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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372, 7373, 7374. 7375. Keystone, Race 2S15. Friends* Card Calendarfor 1921 NOW READY At FRIENDS BOOK STORE, 302 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Single copies, 15 cts.; by mail, 25 cts. Two copies for 25 cts.; by mail, 30 cts.By the dozen, $1.20By the hundred, 7.50 In the face of greatly,advancecl costs over last year,the Tract Association is offering the above edition atprices named with the hope that those who are interestedwill help to circulate it. If the entire edition is sold,the cost will scarcely be met. The Almanac will besold at 8 and 10 cents per copy; 80 cents and onedollar per dozen. CO-OPERATION Between Producer and Consumerwill secure more economical dis-tribution. Order your Apples direct from theOrchard. STAYMAN (for eating raw)ROME BEAUTY (for cooking)One bushel for $2.50, half bushelfor $1.35. Delivered by expressor mail within 50 miles of Phila-delphia. HENRY H. ALBERTSON Green Hill Farm. BURLINGTON. N. J. ESTERBROOKPENS Esterbr00J^ Pens Are Noted forTheir Good Qualities

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The First American Pen Manufacturer who established the business at Camden, N. J., in 1858 HARRY S. LEE 313 WALNUT STREET PAINTER AND GRAINER ANTIQUE and OFFICE FURNITURE RESTORED JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ESTIMATES WHY NOT TAKE UP FRENCH ? $5 pays for book needed and assistance, bymail, for three months. This is an exceptionalopportunity for studying French at home. PROF. H. T. FRUEAUFF 26 South St. Cloud Street, Allentown, Pa. Reference, Davis H. Forsythe. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 550-552 N. 5th St., PHILA., PA. Sfmlal AUenlion Ciccn to Funcrab InandOutol thtCily. AkoCJiafie! AccommodaUoru for funerals. Bell Phone : Established 1SS« Friends Arch St. Centre 304 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Provides comfortable accommodations forguests by the day or week. Meals atmoderate prices.AMELIA D. FEATHERSTONE, Matron Phone—Market 1571. APPLES I have for sale a few barrels each of severalstandard varieties of Fall and Winter Apples.C. Canby Balderston, Colora, Maryland. THE FRIEND. Elev

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bookid:friendreligiousl192021smit bookyear:1827 bookdecade:1820 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Smith__Robert__1752_1838 booksubject:Society_of_Friends booksubject:Quakers bookpublisher:Philadelphia__Pa____J__Richardson bookcontributor:Allen_County_Public_Library_Genealogy_Center booksponsor:Allen_County_Public_Library_Genealogy_Center bookleafnumber:256 bookcollection:allen_county bookcollection:americana

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