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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    Uriah Smith Connects with the Office

    In 1853 Elder Uriah Smith began his labors in the office of the Review and Herald, where he held a responsible position for half a century. That year (1853) it was for the first time stated in the Review and Herald that those who desired to do so could buy our publications by paying the cost price. To all others the printed matter was free, as the deficit was met by the donations of the liberal and willing hearted. In 1854 it was announced that the price of the Review semi-monthly was $1.00 a year. In that same year, at a tent-meeting held in McComb County, Michigan, in the month of July, an effort was made to sell our publications. During this meeting $50 worth of books were sold. Elder White, in speaking of this effort, said, through the Review, “This shows that our books can be sold.”GSAM 286.2

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