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THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN.

To the North Cape and Return.

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ARTICLE I. – HOW A NEW ENGLAND FRONTIER TOWN GREW UP IN THE OLD COLONIAL TIMES.

Colonial Times on Buzzard's Bay. By WILLIAM Root Bliss.

Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1888. 12mo. pp. 185.

The object of the writer of the book whose title we have placed above has been to give the story of the settlement and growth of a New England town, in the old colonial times, with special reference to the social life of its inhabitants, in that age of homespun. The town is one for which the author evidently has a strong affection; and the book is one upon which he has bestowed the loving labor of years. We may add, also, that he has been so successful in what he has attempted that even those who have never seen the picturesque scenes which he describes—the fine woodlands “with soft brown silence carpeted,” the rivers and ponds, the sedgy field brooks—will read these

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