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THE

YOUNG MAN FROM HOME.

"

BY JOHN ANGELL JAMES.

Thou, God, seest me."-Gen. 16: 13.

"In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths."-Prov. 3: 6.

"Wilt thou not from this time cry unto me, My Father, thou art the guide of my youth?"-Jer. 3: 4.

PUBLISHED BY

THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY,

150 Nassau-street, New-York.

D. Fanshaw, Printer.

1889.

HARVARD

COLLEGE

LIBRARY

INTRODUCTION.

A YOUTH leaving home! There is something not a little melancholy in the idea. Home is one of the most delightful of words, and it is no wonder that it should have become the subject of poetry and song. There is music in the sound, and in every heart that is not yet corrupted, there is a chord that vibrates to the note. It will ever awaken a long train of associations and recollections, painful or pleasant, as may have been the conduct of the individual by whom the word is repeated. It is at home that parents and children, brothers and sisters, as long as Providence permits them to dwell together, mingle in the sweet fellowship of domestic bliss. But you, whose eye is ranging over these pages, are leaving, or

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