Wesleyan Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 2 (1823), 185.

Apprentices' Libraries



Extract, Reportage; Afterword

Publications extracted:

National Advocate


Libraries, Lecturing, Education, Class, Reading, Christianity

    Responding to the extracted report from a New York newspaper, the afterword states: 'Might not Apprentice-Libraries be established, including not only books on the arts, &c., but also others on general subjects, likely to interest and instruct young people of the labouring classes, and especially a careful and judicious selection of Religious Works'?

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