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R 2. MATCHETT, FRINTER
LETTERS TO MOURNERS.
Dear Sir,--It gives me pleasure to be able to re. commend your excellent little book, called Christian Sympathy. It is a very precious collection of consolations for the afflicted. The letters are short and simple expressions of Gospel truth, of Christian espe. rience and affectionate sympathy, penetrating direct. ly to the place of tears, drying them up at their source, and healing the hurt that occasioned them.
As such I can most freely say, “God speed” to the general diffusion of such a holy influence.
THOMAS MC AOLEY. New York, March 3d, 1827. I concur in the above, and add my best wishes that this little work may be the means of bringing consolation to the heart of many a mourner.
WILLIAM MC MURRAY.
H. J. FELTUS. Mr. Midwinter,
Dear sir,--I most cheerfully recommend that ex. cellent little work, called "Christian Sympathy,” and sincerely hope it may have an extensive circulation, Yours truly,
HENRY CHASR, New-York, March 5th, 1827.