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AND NEW BOND STREET.
NEW YORK : W. AMERY.
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Alice Woburn ,
Mother Monica . .
Sheffield, Speech of the Archbishop of York at .
Banners and Processions
Double V. .
1,81, 161, 241, 327, 415 Dream, which was not all a dream
216 Fragments from the Journal of a Pilgrim . 54, 136, 219, 308, 490 Hidden Idolatry
201 . Holy Days in July . .
48 . August .
129 . . . . September
189 . . . . . October.
October . . . . . . 351 » November , December
478 HOLY SPIRIT, the.
18 Letters from a New Zealand Emigrant. 24, 99, , 276, 365, 435 Master and Serf . . . .
144 Neale, John Mason .
...234, 266 Notices to Correspondents . . . 80, 160, 240, 326, 414, 500
471 188 232 208 318 146 364
Return of the Army
Carus' Sermons before the University of Cambridge
234 155 406 405 320 320 320 406
Shipley's Liturgies of 1549 ai
“But thou,' said I, ‘hast missed thy mark.'"
The Two Voices. At the early part of the present century there lived, in the remote government of Tamboff, a certain land proprietor, who had a small estate and sixty slaves ; and a large family, consisting of a meek wife and eleven children, besides two grandmammas, and several elderly distant relations, who had no home of their own, who all went by the name of Aunty, and who vied one with the other in petting and spoiling the children and in quarrellipg entre elles.
I know that I am not the first to discover that the elder and younger children of a large family have generally more notice bestowed on them than the middle ones, but in this case number six was decidedly the pet. He was a lovely boy, "ruddy and of a fair countenance," like King David of old; of the most amiable, obliging, and affectionate disposition. He was beloved more as a sweet gentle little girl is loved, than as boys generally are; his caressing manners, his readiness to do everything or anything to please those whom he loved, (and he loved everybody,) rendered him the idol of the household till he was about ten years old, when he was packed off to the military academy at Moscow, by his father, a stern old warrior, who had married late in life, and had begun his own military career in the time of Catharine II.