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Written by Rev J. B. Waterbury, author of Advice to a Young Christian and other books, Considerations for Young Men is a series of 32 letters which the author intended for young men as they left their parents' homes, "...as a manual which the hand of Christian benevolence might offer to a friend." These letters are group into larger categories; in this section can be found "Pleasures and Anticipations," in which the author considers the pleasures and problems of childhood and youth, and "Dangers and Temptations," in which the author warns young men of the temptations of wealth, honor, dishonesty, pride, and temptations specific to colleges and towns.
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Waterbury, Rev. J. B. D.D., "Considerations for Young Men (Part 1)" (1851). Mother Home & Heaven. 56.