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or, Plain Advice for Plain People
By C. H. Spurgeon, Mr. Spurgeon says: "There is no particular virtue in being seriously unreadable", Therefore, in a quaint, semi-humorous vein, he has attempted to interest his readers, and at the same time to tell many homely truths, and impart lessons of industry, honesty, temperance, and the other virtues. There is no approach to a sermon in this book. A smile will be constantly on the reader's face, while he cannot but acknowledge and feel the force of the truths which the "talks," express.
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Sunday, January 1, 1854 to Sunday, December 31, 1854
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