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PHILIP

IN

PALESTINE.

EDITED BY M. A. EDWARDS.

PIILADELPHIA:
JAMES S, CLAYTON,
BUCCESSOR TO W). $. & ALFRED JARTIEN,
606 CacsrxUT STREET.

1885.

Esztered according to Act of Congress in the year 1885, by

JAMES S. CLAXTON, In the Office of the Clork of the District Court for the Eastern

District of Pennsylvania

STER SOTTYI AYD PAINTED BY ALFRED MARTIN

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INTRODUCTION.

MY YOUNG FRIENDS :

When you are introduced to a new acquaintance, you feel a desire to know something

about him beyond the mere name.

I think,

then, you will like these letters better if I, the

Editor, tell you something about the boy who

wrote them. I shall be very brief, for his life

was a smooth and common-place one, though

he, like other boys, thought it full of important

incidents, and sometimes felt that it was full of

troubles.

Philip Conway was the only son of a wealthy

merchant of Philadelphia. He lost his mother

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