23 Our Dumb Animals 1 (1890-1891)

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                                      Yet  wanting sensibility, the man
                                      Who   needlessly sets foot upon a worm.-CowER.


Vol.   23.                                    Boston, JunHe, 1890.                                                   No. 1.

                                                                       SITY  THOUSAND   PRINTED  IN  THE  FIST  SIXTY  DAYS I

                                                                                BLACK BEAUTY.

                                                                      THE    UNCLE TOM'S CABIN  OF THE HORSE.
                                                                              103,000 Copies sold in London.
                                                                      At last accouints 1o3,ooo copies of  Black Beauty  had been
                                                                    sold in London, England.
                                                                      In the first sixty days we have printed 60,000 copies here.
                                                                      It is a book of 260 beautifully printed pages.
                                                                      The price at our offices is 12 cents per copy.
                                                (      ~When sent by mail, 20 cents per copy.
                                                                      At all bookstores and news-stands, 25 cents per copy.
                                                                      Address Geo. T. Angell, President, 19 Milk Street, Boston.


                                                                         What the Press say about it.
                                                                      We  are receiving every day kind notices of Black Beauty from
                                                                '1  leading papers in all parts of the country.
                                                                      If they keep coming at the same rate we shall announce in July
                                                                    'Our Dumb  Animals that more than a thousand American papers
                                                                    have spoken in its praise.
                                                                      The following were some of the first received:
                                                                        (Fronm  The New  York  Evening  iPost, April 28th.)
                                                                       We are glad to reprint the Springfied Republican's announce-
                                                 ~~                 ment that the Amerrican HJumane Education Society of Boston has
                                                                    republished from the English edition, under the title, 'The Unicle
                                                                    Tom's Cabin of the Horse,' a cheap edition of Miss Anna Sewerls
                                                                    delightful book, familiar to some lovers of horses in this country as
                                                                    ' Black Beauty.' We cannot thinzk of any other work on the horse
                                                                    a wide diffusion of whkich would be so useful, since Miss Sewedls
                                                                    book, besides its good sense, right feeding, and Sound doctrine as to the
                                                                    proper treatment of horses, possesses the one indispensable quality of
                                                                    readableness. It will dehight refined persons, and the sinmpk can
                                                                    understand it. We hope that somebody in New York may be found
                                                                    to follow the exanmple of Mirs. Williant Appleton, of Boston, who has
                                                                      fu;,600 copies of this book into the hands of Boston drivers, etc.,

                                                                                  (Fronm  the lBostoni Herald.)
                             BLAC BEATY,                               Mr. Geo. T. Angell, president of  The American hmane
                                   BLAK   BEUTY.Education Society  and the Massachusetts Society for the Preven-
                                                                    tion of Cruelty to Animals, has his heart's desire.

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