Excerpt from History of Lucy Jackson, and Other Books for Children and Youth
AT a small village in the south of England lived Mr. North, who was the rector of the place. From the windows of Mr. N orth's house you may see the churchyard, and a low white building, ccv ered with jessamine, which stands in it. This building was fitted up for the use of the Sabbath school when Mr. North came to the parish, and a great number of children met there every Sabbath to. Learn to read God's word, and thus be made '9 wise unto salvation.
Mr. North and his daughter made it a con stant rule to visit the school every Sabbath to hear the children read, to give them lessons, and to distribute occasional rewards to those whose good behavior and attention to learning appeared to deserve it.
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