We had, too, an anxious gathering at the 'tract society's rooms.'
A tract society, for the dispersion of religious tracts by the subscribers, to whom they are furnished at reduced prices.
We had plenty of anecdotes, but they were all poor and pointless—tract society anecdotes of the feeblest kind.
The tract society mentioned in the list just now cited developed into a new form.
A translation of this tract has been sent to the committee of the tract society.
An abusive and crafty reply has been circulated by them, to which the tract society here has deemed a rejoinder requisite.
The tract society (she is its guest) is smothering her with its attentions.
Another donation she proposes giving the 'tract society,' an excellent institution, in high favor at the South.
The tract society could afford to print that story of Putnam.
We do not wonder at the division which has taken place in the tract society, nor do we regret it.