Ecclesiologist, the, as editor of book-club literature, 321.
A book which should be in every lending library and book-club.
Those who were fond of reading eagerly accepted the offer to join the book-club, and at last we started the educational subject.
Contributes fifty dollars to charity, joins a book-club and attends two political caucuses.
She turned at the door to bid Barbara say, if any one called, that she was at the book-club meeting.
He read prayers, presided over the book-club, and by a judicious expenditure of oil prevented friction between the other boarders.
She came to the last person she had met—the old lady who had come to the book-club meeting with a cane—Mrs. Moyer.
Not she; she is too much engaged with her book-club, and her soires, and her societies of every sort and kind.'
Such a book-club, as the “Grolier,” of New York, is a fortunate avenue of escape from these evils.
Lady Rose talked literature, and about the book-club at Guttlebury, and is very strong in voyages and travels.