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Excerpt from Percy Wynn or Making a Boy of Him
The author favors in a particular manner that portion of the thirteenth chapter where Martin Peters recalls to mind the catechism class of the preceding day; and thinks this the finest passage in his book. As he has borrowed the substance of this passage from the writings of Father Spee, s.j., a famous Jesuit, poet, and reformer of the sixteenth century, he feels no qualms of modesty in making this statement.
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