"Frank's Campaign" is the record of a boy's experiences, by whom the cares and responsibilities of manhood are voluntarily assumed, and nobly and successfully borne. He supplies his father's place while the latter is absent in his country's service, and is enabled, by a fortunate circumstance, to pay off a mortgage resting on the home farm.
Nothing is claimed for the young hero which may not be achieved by an energetic and manly boy of the same age. It is hoped that the record . . .
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