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Excerpt: One fine Sunday morning, while the bells were ringing to call the people to church, a very little girl, called Sally, was swinging on a gate by the way-side. Sally was covered with rags, her face and hands were dirty, and she had neither shoes nor stockings.

Publisher

Religious Tract Society

City

New York, New York

Printer

Daniel Fanshaw

City

New York, New York

Publication Date

circa 1825

Keywords

Cedarville, Archives, Special Collections, tracts

Document Type

Tract

Comments

The New York Religious Tract Society was established in 1812 and merged with the American Tract Society in 1825. Daniel Fanshaw was in business at 1 Murray Street from 1823 to 1825.

Source

University Special Collections

Digitization Date

March 28, 2022

Original Format

2⅝" x 4⅛" paperback tract, 16 pages, printed recto and verso, illustrated

Language

English

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Little Sally of the Sunday School

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