Report: 1893

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1894
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Page 6 - The work at the East Cambridge branch library has increased to such an extent that it has been found necessary to add another assistant for a part of the time.
Page 12 - A Platform of Church Discipline gathered out of the word of God : and agreed upon by the Elders; and Messengers of the Churches assembled in the Synod at Cambridge in New England to be presented to the Churches and General!
Page 15 - If you always begin with new remedies, you throw away the valuable results, not only of your own experience, but of the experience of those who have gone before you. You have to begin, as it were, de novo; and the first consequence of this will be, that you will not cure your patients ; and the second, that you will have none- to cure.
Page 15 - I advise you, if you wish to succeed in your profession, and to be useful to society, to pursue a different course. Make yourselves masters of the old remedies. Learn how to handle them, and what good they will do, and, as a general rule, have recourse to them in the first instance. If the old remedies fail, and you are at a loss as to what you should do, then, and not till then, have recourse to the new ones. If you always begin with new remedies you throw away the valuable results, not only of...
Page 11 - CELEBRATION OF THE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF ROBERT BURNS, by the Boston BURNS Club, January 25th, 1859.
Page 11 - By Thomas Shepard, Late Worthy and Faithful Pastor of the Church of Christ at Cambridge in New-England. Now published from the Authors own Notes, at the Desires of many, for the Common Benefit of the Lords people.
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Page 5 - Prince, hear a hopeless Bard's appeal ; Reverse the rules of Mine and Thine ; Make it legitimate to steal The Books that never can be mine!

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