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Boston (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 17
Desecrating the Pulpit. --The Boston (Mass.) Transcript, alluding to Berkshire county, in that State, says:--"They have a new way of advertising newspaper writers in Berkshire, which Bonner should not be slow to adopt. A clergyman in the south part of the county lately announced from his pulpit that the local paper of the succeeding week would contain a poem, and such of his congregation as missed reading it would lese a valuable literary treat. The production was by the minister's wife, and of course was generally perused."
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Desecrating the Pulpit. --The Boston (Mass.) Transcript, alluding to Berkshire county, in that State, says:--"They have a new way of advertising newspaper writers in Berkshire, which Bonner should not be slow to adopt. A clergyman in the south part of the county lately announced from his pulpit that the local paper of the succeeding week would contain a poem, and such of his congregation as missed reading it would lese a valuable literary treat. The production was by the minister's wife, (Mass.) Transcript, alluding to Berkshire county, in that State, says:--"They have a new way of advertising newspaper writers in Berkshire, which Bonner should not be slow to adopt. A clergyman in the south part of the county lately announced from his pulpit that the local paper of the succeeding week would contain a poem, and such of his congregation as missed reading it would lese a valuable literary treat. The production was by the minister's wife, and of course was generally perused."
Desecrating the Pulpit. --The Boston (Mass.) Transcript, alluding to Berkshire county, in that State, says:--"They have a new way of advertising newspaper writers in Berkshire, which Bonner should not be slow to adopt. A clergyman in the south part of the county lately announced from his pulpit that the local paper of the succeeding week would contain a poem, and such of his congregation as missed reading it would lese a valuable literary treat. The production was by the minister's wife, and of course was generally perused."