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Literature, Art, and Religion.
ABEL STEVENS, EDITOR.
JULY TO DECEMBER, 1854.
New - York:
Ambrosial Readings from the German of Possible Event, A-Chambera's Ed. Jour...... 435
467 Preaching for the Times, Dr. Wayland on the
Birth-place of Christ...
Charity-S. H. Daddow........
Clouds of Sorrow--W R. Laurence..... 420
Four Years-Chambers's Ed. Jour....... 253
- No Light...
On the Cliff Top-Chambers': Ed. Jour. 417
O weave me a Chaplet-A. Morrell Cory. 151
374, 469, 561 The Bell of St. Regis—Rev. M. Trafton. 55
The Indian SummerJ. D. Bell......... 435
The Stormy Petrel-Dr. E. C. Howe... 441
Glimpses of Church World—Exeter-Hall and Reformed, The-Dr. George Peck....... 39
430 Religion of the Poets, The-Dr. Kitto...52,
Happy Horatio— Tait: Mag................
Rome, The Catacombs of— Editorial...31, 120, 218
261 Savage Bar, Called to the-Dickens': House-
Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Jesuits-
School of Reform, Westborough, Mass.-Rev.
Stitch! Stitch! Stitch! - Chambers's Ed.
145 Story for the Young, A—M. M. S................ 71
294, 388, 487 Thoughts of an Old Smoker - London L.
..........1, 101, 205, 365, 401, 499
193 Tyranny, The Heel of— Hogg's Instructor...
..... 96, 192
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
consecrated Doctor of Divinity...... 20 The Revision of the Bible.
before the Emperor and empire, &c..... 118 Ruins of the Bridge of Trajan and the Tower
VROM the city of the Czar to the city immense squares, surrounded by its nu
of the Sultan! It is a trip worth | merous monuments, or paced its streets so taking even in these perilous times. You, wide, so long, and so perfectly straight. reader, are gunpowder-proof in your snug But this impression grow fainter from day retreat, and for ourself” if a bullet pierces to day. I continued to admire what was "us,” we shall write you no more letters ! worthy of admiration; but criticisms be“That's all ;” and certainly that is not gan to mingle with my eulogies, and it much.
was often necessary to remind myself that But before this catastrophe overtakes St. Petersburgh had only existed a cenme, I will make sure of some notes respect-tury and a half—that in fact, notwithstanding my present locale—this wonderful city. ing the rigors of its climate, it is a hotThe day of my arrival I was overwhelmed house plant forced into its present flourishwith admiration. I was incessantly ex- ing appearance by the ascendency of its claiming, This is the most beautiful city indomitable founder. Truth obliges me to in the world, as I viewed its magnificent acknowledge that I at last yawned in front quais, or found myself in the midst of its of the very buildings which first ted