f those about her. A sister of Miss Jacobs was the mother of Hon. Charles Sumner.
The son, Horace James, was educated at Andover and Yale, became a clergyman and was settled at Wrentham, Worcester just as much for your sakes as my own; and still more, for the good it may do.
In 1867 Rev. Horace James, having returned from the south, was able to carry out his father's dearest wish and assum was absorbed by Our Young Folks, the latter in turn was the forerunner of St. Nicholas. With Deacon James' abounding love for children, this publication must have interested him greatly.
He cordiallHis intimate knowledge of the Bible made his services in this department very interesting.
Deacon James' interest in temperance began with his early business life.
It was the custom in the shipyaras many years before custom and popular opinion removed the rum barrel from the yard loft, but Mr. James used his influence against it until it was finally banished.
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