Valuable Bibles

Philadelphia Record

Great interest is manifested in the free exhibition of a collection of Bibles and sacred literature at the Bible room of the Congregational House in Boston, Mass. The greater part of the collection consists of what are known as "workers' " Bibles, and are from the library of S. Brainard Part of Boston. It is probably the finest collection of Bibles to be found in the United States, and the existence of a better one in the world is not known.

One of the books which attracting rather more attention than any of the others is the illuminated Bible long used by the late Dwight L. Moody, and containing many notes in his own handwriting. Mr. Moody once said in Boston : "Bible marking with the insertion of side notes, marginal references, etc., converts the margins of one's Bible into a notebook at hand at any moment," and he evinced his faith in the statement by making copious notes in his own Bible.

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