Image from page 32 of “Dame Truelove’s tales; or, Useful lessons for little misses and masters : and ornamented with appropriate engravings” (1818)

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Image from page 32 of “Dame Truelove’s tales; or, Useful lessons for little misses and masters : and ornamented with appropriate engravings” (1818)
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Title: Dame Truelove’s tales; or, Useful lessons for little misses and masters : and ornamented with appropriate engravings
Year: 1818 (1810s)
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Subjects: Conduct of life Children
Publisher: Philadelphia : Published by E. and R. Parker
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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not think they were crying aboutthe Toys, for they knew very wellthat their mother had no money tospare, she wanted all she could getto buy bread for them, but theycould not help crying because theboy had hurt them. The old gentleman was so pleasedwith these little children, that heled them one in each hand back toTurn-about Johnny, and bought asmany toys for them as they could TURN-ABOUT JOHNNY. 17 carry home, whither he went withthem to see their mother, gave hersome money to buy meat, and waskind to them always from thatday. INDUSTRIOUS MARIA. Maria was very fond of needle-work ; she was but a very little girl;yet she could sew and hem betterthan many that were much older, (and she liked to do such work aswojild be of use, and not snip up-and cobble every bit of muslin and -silk that was given tclrer? Maria jhad more sense; she knew that it Jwas wrong to w^aste any thing, and i#Sishe had a bit of silk in her baske^jftjwas ten chances to one but fhafrnM # v-#< V /ndustrwiisMaria,

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Identifier: rodguncan15cana
Title: Rod and gun
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Subjects: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Que. [etc.] Rod and Gun Pub. Co. [etc.]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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that one of the men was able tostroke the animal as it headed for land. Whenthe boat was near the shore the line was freedand the moose bounded up the bank and dis-appeared in the woods. Recognizing the importance of safeguardingthe game and fish resources of the Province,the Ontario Government propose reorganizingto some extent the outside game and fisheriesservice with a view to putting a stop to thedepletion of the lakes and streams. It is pro-I)osed to make the service more efficient byappointing to permanent positions experiencedmen as game and fish jirotectors. With mendevoting only part of their time to Govern-ment work, as has been the case, it is impos-sible to accomplish the purpose for which theyare appointed, it is argued. Last year the listof fisli and game overseers comprised nearly2M men, scarcely more than half a dozen ofwhom gave anything like their whole time tothe work. The great majority of them werepaid sums ranging from SiiO up to 0. ROD AND GUN IN CANADA 397

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i J ^^Uet^^ The Ever-Present Gillette Wherever you see men buying razors, in drug, jewelry or hardwarestores—wherever you see men shaing. in club or Pullman or home—thereyou will ineitably find the Gillette Safety Razor purchased and used. It has won the approal. almost the affection, of busy men whose timeit saves—of thrifty men whose cash it saves—of particular men who valuea clean, smooth face—of average men who never could shae comfortablywith any other razor. Thats why over six million men use the Gillette, and why you can buyGillette Safety Razors and Blades at practically every good Hardware,Jewelry and Drug Store in this town. Standard Gillette Sets cost .00—Pocket Editions.00 to.00—Combination Sets .50 up. 6 double-edged blades, 50c.—12 Blades (24 shaving edges),in nickel-plated box, $ 1.00. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED Office and Factory—The New Gillette Building, Montreal OUR LETTER BOX Passenger Pigeons ReportedEditor, ROD AND

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