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Younger Members of the English Church.
Nos. XXXVII. TO XLII. JANUARY-JUNE, 1854.
AND J. H. PARKER, OXFORD.
Knightly Orders of Britain, The
Foreign Orders of Knighthood
447 78, 159, 399, 473
Lances of Lynwood, The
30, 276, 420
66 21, 101, 250
Name-Fancying :- Names from the Greek
Drive in Harikiwi Forest
Our Feathered Neighbours :-
Toothed-bills.—Hedge-sparrow and Wrens
A QUIET CONSCIENCE. This month, which is full of the memory of the martyr-king, we think an appropriate time for the following beautiful verses, from 'Fawkes's Poetical Calendar,' there said to be from King Charles's
Close thine eyes and sleep secure,
COMMENTS ON THE PRAYER-BOOK. My motive in offering these papers, is to induce the members of the Church to emulate the zeal expressed in the 48th Psalm, and walk about Zion, go round about her, and tell the towers thereof. Mark well her bulwarks,
her houses, that ye may tell them that come after ; for this God is our God, for ever and ever, and He will be our guide unto death.'
If in Christ Jesus dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily, and if His own Word declares that His Body is the Church, the Spirit which abides in this Body must be that of Eternal Truth; so that on entering its hallowed enclosures, you should bear in mind that a greater than the temple is within. And if the generation that walked