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|On Wings of Song: For Revival Meetings, Endeavor Societies, Epworth Leagues, Young People's Unions, Prayer Meetings, and the Sunday School (Classic Reprint)
by George C. Hugg
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Knowing that many Chruch and Sunday-school Choristers, Super intendents, and Committees have acquired the pernicious habit of printing slips from copyright property, without first having obtained the legal right from the owner thereof, the author of ON wings OF song wishes to state that his copyrights are his stock in trade, and that no one has any more right to appropriate said Copyright property than his real estate or bank account; that havmg complied with all the requirements of the copyright law, he will stand under the protecting wings of said law, and bring to justice all offenders coming under his knowledge; therefore, all persons are cautioned against writing, type writing, transferring, printing, or reproducing in any manner said copyright property, without first having been granted the permission in writing.
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