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MONRO.—THE COTTAGE IN THE LANE; or the Sad Effects

of Indecision of Character. 4d. MONRO.—THE DRUNKARD's Boy; or, God's Help in Mis

fortune. 4d. MONRO.—THE RAILROAD Boy; or, True Peace in Suffering.

4d.

MONRO.-MIDSUMMER EVE. 6d.; cloth, 1s.

A Tale of the fidelity of a young girl to the daughter of her mistress, and of her influence for good on the father and others. MONRO.-TALES FOR THE MILLION.

1. Dick, the Haymaker. 4d.
2. Walter, the Convict. 4d.
3. Edward Morris; or, Cottage Life. 2d.
4. The Tale of a Cotton Gown : Manchester Life. 4d.

MY CHRISTMAS HOME: an Old Man's Sketch. 60.

MY DREAM. A true account of a Dream of the Heavenly

Jerusalem, with the lesson of purity in heart, needed for

all to see God. 4d. NEALE.-ERICK'S GRAVE; or, how a faithful Russian Servant

laid down his life for his Master.—THE HELMSMAN OF LAKE ERIE; a Tale of American Courage in a Burning Ship:— THE PLAGUE OF 1665 AT Exam, in Derbyshire,

and how it was met. By the Rev. J. M. Neale. 4d. NEALE.—THE DREAM OF S. PERPETUA, a Martyr of Car

thage; and THE CROSS OF CONSTANTINE. 4d. NEALE.—THE LEGEND OF S. DOROTHEA, Virgin and Mar

tyr, of Cæsarea. 4d. NEALE.—THE SIEGE OF NISibis, and how Sapor, King of

Persia, and his Host were overthrown by the Faith of its Bishop; and, THE DEATH OF JULIAN the Apostate Emperor, A.D. 363, the fearful Tale of one who renounced

his Christian Faith. 4d. NEGLECTED OPPORTUNITY (The). 6d. NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND; or, the Two Fortune Tellers. By the author of " Willie Grant.” 8d.

village girls, of encouragement to persevere in the course of true religion, and to find in that the best way to be useful and happy.

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NINE SHILLINGS A WEEK; or, How Rachel Down kept

House. 6d. OLIVE LESTER. 6d.

The account of the struggle of a poor lame orphan in her endeavour to do her duty amidst the difficulty of a careless and irreligious family. PAGET.-A SUNDAY WALK AND A SUNDAY TALK; or, How

the Yateshull Boys enjoyed that Day. By the Rev. F. E.

Paget. 4d. PAGET.-BEATING THE BOUNDS; its Religious Meaning and

Origin, as taught at Yateshull.' 4d. PAGET.—HALLOWMAS EVE; or, a Conversation on Old

Church Legends and Customs. 4d. PAGET.-How TO BE USEFUL AND HAPPY; a Few Words

of Advice, with Rules for a Young Person. 2d. PAGET.—THE SINGERS; or, a Story for Boys in a Country

Church Choir. 4d. PAGET.—THE WAKE; or, How the Dedication Feast of

Yateshull Church was kept. 4d. PAGET.-THE BONFIRE; or, How the Fifth of November

was kept at Yateshull. 4d. PAGET.—THE PANCAKE BELL ; its Origin and Meaning, 4d. PATH OF LIFE. By the author of the “Seven Corporal

Works of Mercy.” 6d. An Allegory, representing the narrow way to everlasting life as the path trod by our Blessed LORD. PATTIE GRAHAM; or, School Trials, Learning, and Bene

fits. 2d.

PEARSON.-HUGH; or, the Influence of Christian Art. By

the Rev. H. D. Pearson, 4d. PEARSON.-HOLY STONE; a Story of Two Penitents : show

ing what real Repentance is. 4d. PEARSON.-LITTLE RUTH GRAY; or, the Effect of a Good

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Refreshing of the Soul under Trials. 4d. An interesting and edifying story. It will impress a reverent appreciation of the blessings of Holy Communicn."-English Churchman.

PEARSON.-OLD OLIVER DALE. 4d.

A Tale of the example and influence of an old man of sound religious principles which are shown forth in every-day walk of life throughout the village. PHILIP BEZANT; or, Is Revenge Sweet? By the author

of “Likes and Dislikes." Demy 18mo. 4d. PHEBE; or, The Hospital. A Story of many Trials in

Country Life. 3d. PRECIOUS STONES OF THE KING'S HOUSE (The):

an Allegory founded on Holy Scripture. 6d. PREPARING THE WAY; or, the King's Workmen. An

Advent Story. 6d. An Allegory, where the work of salvation given us to do is compared with the work of manual labour, and the right and wrong ways of pursuing it. PRIMROSES (The); or, the Duty of Elder Sisters in a

Family. 3d. PRIZE (The); a Tale of Industry, and Neatness in Needle

work. 2d. RACHEL ASHBURN; a Story of Real Life. By the author

of“ Harry and Walter.” 6d. RAVENS (The); A Fairy Tale. By the author of “ The

Conceited Pig." 2d.
READY AND DESIROUS; òr, A Lent's Lessons. 6d.
RECOLLECTIONS OF A SOLDIER'S WIDOW. 6d.

A true Tale; related as told by the Widow herself. She followed the for-
tunes of the 28th Regiment for eleven years of fatigue, danger, and death, at
Copenhagen, Corunna, and Barossa.
RICKARDS.-BIRD-KEEPING Bor (The); or, the Lowest

Occupation may be sanctified to God's Service. By the

Rev. S. Rickards. 6d. ROCKSTRO.—THE CHORISTERS OF S. MARY'S. A Legend

of Christmas-tide, A.D. circa 1143. By W. S. Rockstro,

author of “Stories on the Commandments,” &c. 4d. RUTH OSBORNE, the Nurse. 6d.

A lesson to nurses of patient and untiring attention, supported by true religious principles. SECRET (The); a Tale of Christmas Decorations. author of “Susan Carter.” 4d.

By the Present BooksSmaller Tales. SCHOLAR'S NOSEGAY (The). Being a series of Tales and

Conversations on Flowers. In a neat box, or bound in

cloth, 1s. ; cloth gilt, 1s. 6d. 1. Introduction; the Good Shepherd and the Lily of Purity.-2. The Daisy: or, Loving One Another.-3. The Violet; or, Humility.-4. The Arum ; or, Baptism.-5. The Crocus ; or, The Holy Trinity in Unity.-6. The Strawberry Blossom; or, Modesty (in verse).—7. The Dandelion; or, Lent.-8. The Palm; or, Bearing the Cross.-9. The Hawthorn; a Lesson for Good Friday.-10. The Tulip; or, The Resurrection.-11. The Sunflower; or, Reverence.-12. Grass; or, Contentment.–13. The Forget-me-not, and the Lesson its name implies.

SEVEN CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY (The). In a

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SEVEN SPIRITUAL WORKS OF MERCY (The). In a

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of our LORD. 6d.

SISTER'S CARE ; or, How a very young girl took care of

her little orphan sister. By the author of “Michael the Chorister.” 6d.

SPRAINED ANCLE (The); or, the Punishment of Forget

fulness. By the author of “ The Conceited Pig.” 2d. STRAY DONKEY (The). A Lesson on Cruelty to Animals.

By a Donkey himself. 2d. STORY OF A PRIMROSE; wherein is shown the Results

of Disobedience to Parents, and a Lesson in Kindness is

given. 2d. STORY OF A PROMISE THAT WAS KEPT.

2d.

STORIES ON THE LORD'S PRAYER. By the author of

Amy Herbert." 6d. Containing eight incidents in the Life of a Young Widow, illustrating the eight petitions.

SUSANNA: : a Home Tale. 6d.

A Tale of patient suffering and the influence of example of a little girl during a long sojourn in the Ward of a Hospital.

SUSAN SPELLMAN: a Tale of the Trials she met with in

the Silk Mills at Horton. 6d.

SUNSET REVERIE; an Allegory: in which Mirth and

Earnest pass through the trials of this world. 6d.

SUNSETTING ; or, Old Age in its Glory. A story of hap

piness, peace, and contentment. 6d. A Tale showing the blessings of old age when it is allowed to see the fruits of its labour in bringing up its children in the nurture and admonition of the LORD.

S. SYLVESTER'S NIGHT. 9d.

An Allegory on the change of our condition since the fall, and the wickedness of pining at our station in this life in consequence.

TALE OF A TORTOISE, with its Adventures ; and A STORY

OF KING ALFRED THE GREAT. 2d.

THE THREE S. STEPHEN'S DAYS. 6d.

THE THREEFOLD PROMISE AND THE THREEFOLD

BLESSING. Published in aid of the Funds of the Mission Church, S. George in the East, London. 18mo. 6d.

TOWER BUILDERS (The), and The Two MERCHANTS. 9d.

Two Allegories, showing (1) how we should be built up in our Christian Faith; and (2) where we should lay up our treasure. TREBURSAYE SCHOOL ; or, the Power of Example. A

Story for Choristers and Schoolboys. 6d. TWINS (The). A Tale of Warning to Boys; showing the

misery caused by giving way to angry and unkind temper.

8d. TWO FRIENDS (The); or, Charley's Escape. 6d.

A Tale of the influence of a good companion, and the warning of his sudden death, TWO SHEEP (The); a Lesson from the Adventures of an

Erring or Stray Sheep. 2d. VILLAGE STORY; a Tale of a Lacemakers' Village, and the good influence of the chief family in a Village. 6d.

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