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Identifier: friendreligiousl192021smit
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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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 ? $S 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 S50-562 N. 5th St., PHILA., PA. Established 1SS6 Friends Arch St. Centre 304 Arch Street. Philadelphia. Pa. Provides comfortable accommodations forguests by the day or week. Meals atmoderate prices.AMELIA D. FEATHERSTONB. Matron Phone—Makkkt 1571. Premier Duplicating Co. Mimeographing, Multigraphing, Printing, Typewriting, Addressing, Mailing, Etc. (30 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia 300 THE FR I N D. TweUth Month 16,1920.

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IT may be real economy to buy lessexpensive belts for light occasionaldrives. It is wise to choose your beltto fit the job, instead of buying alwaysthe best possible. But with lace leather its different.The labor of lacing often costs morethan the lace used; or the breaking oflace may cost far more than its price inthe forced stop of machine and output. Rhoads Tannate Lace outlasts raw-hide three to five times. It pays touse it. J. E. RHOADS & SONS PHILADELPHIA12 N. Third StreetNEW YORK CHICAGO 102 Beekman St. 322 W. Randolph St. Factory end Tarmery: WILMINGTON, DEL. R. C BalUngisr Ernest R. Yarnall John A. Stratlon TELEPHONES Bell—Spruce 1781 - Keystone—Race 637 R. C. BALLINGER & CO. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Philadelphia 318 N. Thirteenth St.

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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:305 bookcollection:allen_county bookcollection:americana

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