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HYMNS FOR CHILDREN OF THE CHURCH OF ENG

LAND, By a Lady. 3d. HYMNS FOR INFANT CHILDREN; on Church, School,

Baptism, and Belief, &c. 1d. HYMNS AND SCENES OF CHILDHOOD. By the author

of “ Margaret, the Martyr of Antioch." 2s. 6d. Contains 114 Hymns on Religious and Natural Subjects : such as Walking in a Parent's Sight, Contentment, Questions and Thoughts about the Stars, The Little Pilgrim, The Martyr Stephen, The Comforter, Many Flowers, Christian Heroism, &c.

KEN.-PREPARATIONS FOR DEATH. Being Selections from

the Poems of Bishop Ken. 2s. CONTENTS :— The Miser ; Now; Days Numbered; Conscience; Time to be Improved; The Baptism; The Yoke Easy; The Shortness of Life; Death ; Resurrection; The World Renounced; The Tempter Vanquished; The State of Separation ; &c. LAST SLEEP OF A CHRISTIAN CHILD: a Poem, show

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“ The Grandfather's Christmas Story.” 6d. An account in verse of a little Girl, who by her example and earnestness brought her sinning brother to repentance and amendment. LORAINE.-LAYS OF ISRAEL. By Amelia M. Loraine.

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LYRA SANCTORUM; Lays for the Minor Festivals. Edited Present Books-Poetry.

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MARGARET, THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH: an Olden Tale,

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MORAL SONGS. By the author of “Hymns for Little

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edition, 3d.
MOTHER'S EASTER OFFERING (The). By the author

of “ The Grandfather's Christmas Story." 6d.
A Tale in Verse of God's chastening hand in the death of young children,
and the mother's submission.
NARRATIVE HYMNS FOR VILLAGE SCHOOLS.

By
the author of " The Baron's Little Daughter.” 3d. Set
SONNETS AND VERSES, from Home and Parochial Life.

to Music, fcp. 4to., 2s. 6d.
NEALE.-HYMNS FOR THE SICK. By the Rev. J. M.

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NEALE.—HYMNS FOR CHILDREN. 3d. each Series, or bound

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NEALE.-LAYS AND LEGENDS OF THE CHURCH IN ENGLAND,

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NEALE.-SONGS AND BALLADS FOR MANUFACTURERS. 3d.
OLD WILLIAM; or, the Longest Day. By the author of

“ The Grandfather's Christmas Story." 6d.
A Tale in Verse oi the good and unselfish use made by a little Girl of her
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ORLEBAR.- CHRISTMAS EVE AND OTHER POEMs. By Mrs.

Cuthbert Orlebar. 1s.
CONTENTS :-Flowers and Hair, a Woodland Song; My Sister Laura; The
Cradle ; The Eagle; The Wife; The Autumn Walk, &c.
POEMS ON SUBJECTS IN THE OLD TESTAMENT. In

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RUSSELL.-LAYS CONCERNING THE EARLY CHURCH. By

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Martyr's Funeral; The Council of Nice; S. Ambrose, &c.

By H. K. C. 2s. 6d. The greater part of the present volume received seven years ago the imprimatur of the author of the “Christian Year."

Among its contents we have Moonlight on the Sea; The Lark's Complaint; Primroses at Night; Tavistock Abbey; Dovedale: Revisiting the Sea; Thé Chancel; Burnham Sands, &c. SUNDAY. A Poem. By the Rev. P. Freeman, M.A.,

Rector of Thorverton, Devon. 4d. TEN COMMANDMENTS (The), set in easy verse, for young Children to commit to memory.

6d. Applying the spiritual sense of the Commandments in simple verse.”English Review. TIME OF THE END, and other Poems. Fcap. 8vo., 3s.

CONTENTS :—Trust in the LORD; Infant Imagining ; Flowers in Church in a
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TUTE.-HOLY TIMES AND SCENES. By the Rev. J. S. Tute.

First Series, 3s.
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On Kirkdale Abbey ; Church Bells; the Great Festivals; Providence; The
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VERSES. By a Country Curate. 4s.

This work contains Fifty-six Translations from the Ancient Hymns by S. Ambrose, s. Gregory, Prudentius, &c., with Thirty-three Original Poems, Hymns, Carols, Songs, &c. WARING.-ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS; or, Seed-time and

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WIGLESWORTH. — THE SEVEN CORPORAL WORKS OF

MERCY. By Miss E. Wiglesworth, author of “The Daily
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WILLIAMS.—THE ALTAR. By the Rev. Isaac Williams, B.D.,

author of the “ Cathedral." 58. This work consists of Meditations in Verse on the several parts of the Service for the Holy Communion, applying them to corresponding parts of the Passion of our LORD,

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BUNBURY.-I AM SO HAPPY; or, the Reward of Sorrow

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well-known picture of that subject. 3d. BUNBURY.—THE ERROR CORRECTED; or, the Faithful Priest.

By Henry Shirley Bunbury. 4d. A story of the union between the Saxons and Normans. CAT AND HER KITTENS (The); a Fable on Disobedience SONNETS AND VERSES, from Home and Parochial Life.

and Mischief, 2d,

CHARLOTTE DREW'S PINCH. 6d.

A tale for little girls, on the fatal effects of the first step in disobedience to parents, and of choosing bad companions at school.

By H. K. C. 2s. 6d. The greater part of the present volume received seven years ago the imprimatur of the author of the “ Christian Year."

Among its contents we have Moonlight on the Sea ; The Lark's Complaint; Primroses at Night; Tavistock Abbey; Dovedale: Revisiting the Sea; The Chancel; Burnham Sands, &c. SUNDAY. A Poem. By the Rev. P. Freeman, M.A.,

Rector of Thorverton, Devon. 4d. TEN COMMANDMENTS (The), set in easy verse, for young Children to commit to memory.

6d. “ Applying the spiritual sense of the Commandments in simple verse.”— English Review, TIME OF THE END, and other Poems. Fcap. 8vo., 38.

CONTENTS :—Trust in the LORD; Infant Imagining ; Flowers in Church in a
Withered Leaf; The Whole Armour of God; The Christmas Tree; The Last
Day in the Year, &c.
TUTE.—HOLY TIMES AND SCENES. By the Rev. J. S. Tute.

First Series, 3s.
TUTE.—HOLY TIMES AND SCENES: Second Series, 3s.

On Kirkdale Abbey ; Church Bells; the Great Festivals; Providence; The
Martyrs; the Lily ; the Fall of Angels, &c.
VERSES. By a Country Curate. 4s.

This work contains Fifty-six Translations from the Ancient Hymns by S. Ambrose, S. Gregory, Prudentius, &c., with Thirty-three Original Poems, Hymns, Carols, Songs, &c. WARING.-ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS; or, Seed-time and

By C. M. Waring. Demy 8vo., beautifully Illustrated by Macquoid, 5s. Verses for every Sunday in the Year, chiefly founded on the Collects, Annual in their Use, Perennial in their Antiquity. WIGLESWORTH. - THE SEVEN CORPORAL WORKS OF

MERCY. By Miss E. Wiglesworth, author of “ The Daily

Life of a Christian Child.' With Illustrations. Price 6d. WILLIAMS.-THE ALTAR. By the Rev. Isaac Williams, B.D.,

author of the “ Cathedral.” 58. This work consists of Meditations in Verse on the several parts of the Service for the Holy Communion, applying them to corresponding parts of the Passion of our LORD.

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