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When, prizing knowledge as her noblest wealth
- “Oh for the coming of that glorious time
Them who are born to serve her and obey.”—Wordswortu.
Nos. I. TO XXVI.-JANUARY TO JUNE.
conteNTs of volumE I.
What Mcthodism did for our social cha-
Origin of the Edinburgh Review—founda-
Essays ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE MORAL,
Possibilities—continual expansion of the
T. A. Knight, President of the Horticul.
tural Society . - - - . 98
1. Putting a Ship in Commission . . 97
deck Officers . - - - . 403
ANiMAL MAGNet is M.
MediCAL SCIENCE AND SUBJECTS.
gomery - - - - . . 147
Woman, by Crabbe - - - . 175
Address to a Rocking Chair . 206
Lines, addressed by a young lady to her
newly married friend, from the French
of Béranger . - - - . 223
Les Hirondelles, from the same . . . 231
Meditations on Tobacco - - . 248
Spring (original) - - - . . 250
A Picture . - - - - . 262
The Poor Man's May - - . . 285
The Angel's Wing, by Lover . - . 296
The Garden, by Andrew Marvel . . .311
The Rebel of the Cevennes . . . . . 9
in Normandy . - - . 46