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CROSBY & NICHOLS, PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,

118 WASHINGTON STREET,

BOSTON.

C. & N. have for sale a good collection of Miscellaneous Books, comprising as large a variety as is usually found. All new publications received as soon as issued, and sold at the most reasonable prices.

Having on hand a very large variety of JUVENILE Books, and constantly receiving all that are published, they will pay particular attention to furnishing JUVENILE AND SABBATH School LIBRARIES. Books will be sent at any time for examination, and those not found suitable may be returned.

Books imported to order by every steamer.'

New Hymu Book.

CHRISTIAN HYMNS;

FOR

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WORSHIP.

Compiled by a Committee of the Cheshire Pastoral Association.

The subscribers have just published a new Hymn Book, prepar ed expressly to meet the wants of the societies of our denomination. The compilers have endeavored to prepare a more lyrical collection than most of those now in use — better adapted for singing, and contaiving a greater variety of metres. They have sought to make the book what the present state of our churches and societies demand, and have consulted, for that purpose, not only different clergymen, but leaders of choirs, and many other persons of taste and judgment.

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( Notices of Christian Hymns continued from 2d page.) This collection contains a much larger number and greater variety of Hymns than any that has been published for our societies, and is sold at a very low price.

The following Societies have already introduced the “Christian Hymns” into their churches :BROADWAY SOCIETY,

South Boston, Mass. Rev. Mr. Stearss's,

Ilingham,
LEONARD's,

Dublin, N. H.
LIVERMORE's,

Keene,
Cutler's,

Peterboro',
Wutwell's,

Wilton,
Coe's,

East Medway, Mass. Rev. Mr. PalFREY'S

Barnstable,
CHAPEL,

Taunton,
Ilopkinton,

Pomfret, Vt.
Rev. Mr. Bradford's,

Bridgewater,
LAMBERT's,

East Cambridge,
Tilden's,

Concord, N. H.

Troy, N. Y. Rev. Mr. BARRETT's,

Boston, Mass.
CHAPEL OF THE DIVINITY School, Canıbridge, Mass.
GUBERT's,

Harvard, Mass.
Fosdick's,

Boston,
Mt. Pleasant CongREGATIONAL CHURCH, Roxbury.

As an evidence of the estimation in which the Christian Hymns' is held, we are permitted to give the following

Extract from a leller by Rev. Dr. Francis, of Cambridge. “I have looked through the book with great satisfaction; and I feel that our community are under much obligation to the Committee of the Cheshire Pastoral Association for this very valuable contribution to the beauty and interest of public worship. I find in your collection many hymns that are new to me, and — what I should hardly have expecied — are likewise among the best that I have ever

The selection is made with great good taste, and with a judgment that happily provides some fitting strain of sacred poetry for every occasion and subject. The number of hymns is large, but I think none too large; and it is surprising how few poor ones there are among so inany."

Societies about furnishing themselves with Hymn Books are requested to send to us for copies of the above for examination. CROSBY & NICHOLS, PUBLISHERS,

118 Washington Street.

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NEW HYMN AND SERVICE BOOK,

FOR SABBATUL SCHOOLS.
By Hon. S. C. PHILLIPS, President of the Sunday School Society.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL SERVICE BOOK. IN THREE Parts.-
Part 1.-Devotional Exercises for the School.

II.- Hymns for the School.
" III.--Prayers and Hymns for Teachers' Meetings.

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The work will be sent by mail to any part of the United States on the remittance of one year's subscription (four dollars) to the Publisher, Boston, — subscribers paying postage, and taking the risk of conveyance.

The subscription becomes due on the publication of the second number; that is, on the 1st of March. Distant subscribers are expected to transmit the amount of their yearly subscriptions as soon as they receive the second number of each

year. Andrews & Prentiss, Printers, 11 Devonshire Street.

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