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SUBJECTS WRITTEX WITH A DECIDEDLY RELIGIOUS TONE."- Dr. Arnold.

London:
JAMES CLARKE & CO., 13 & 14, FLEET STREET, E.C.

Per 1419.6.200

INDEX.

ALFIANDRIXE TINXE. A Romantic Life-/ Cædmon, the First English Poet, 357

Story. By Rer. William Skinner, 583
An Afternoon Tea-Party. By Helen C. Gar-

Day in the Life of a Chinese Missionary, A.
land, 156

By Rev. James Branwhite French, 857
Angelique Arnauld, Abbess of Port Royal. Dean Stanley Memorial, The. By Rev. J.
By Marie Compton, 57

B. French, 135
Angel's Message, The. By Lucy W. Bearne,

“Departed.” From the German. 955

Doubling the Land's End. By a Holiday
An Old Border Family, 468

Tourist, 788

April Shower, An. By Lucy Warden Bearne,

319

East Anglian Recollections. By J. Ewing

Banyan of the Palpit, The. By Rev. Wil

Ritchie, 68

Empty Nest, An. By Margaret S. Mac-

liam Skinner, 184

Ritchie, 719.

Caroline Fox's Family and Friends, 139, 216 Episodes in the Life of a King. By Georgina

Champion of English Freedom, A: Sir John

S. Godkin, 742

Eliot, 823

First Earl of Shaftesbury, The. By J, Ewing

Christmas. A Sonnet. By Margaret S. Mac-

Ritchie, 421

Ritchie, 955

Flora of Polynesia, The. By E. J. E. G.,

City Halls and Nonconformists. By J. 152
Ering Ritchie, 933

Forgotten Life, A. By Helen C. Garland,

751

CLARISSA's TANGLED WEB. By Beatrice

From Port to Port. By M. G. T. Brown,

Bristowe.

801, 881

XI. Sased! 35

XII. A Tangle, 42

German View of South Africa, and Its Mis.

XIII. A Visit, After All, 51

sions, 103

XIV. A Brotherly Covenant, 111

IV. A Year and Eight Months Later, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. By Rev.

and how it Fared with Clarissa, William Dorling, 321

119

IIis Purposes. By Lucy Warden Bearne, 560

XVI. And how with Irene, 127

Holiday Drive, A. By a Country Pastor, 262

XVII. A Retreat, 195

XVIII. Lost! 204

Indian Famines. By Rer. J. E. Slater, of

Madras, 228, 286, 393

XX. Fonnd, 272

“Inkshed and Authorship." By Mrs. E. J

XXI. A Problem Solved, 279

Worboise, 24

XXII. A Tongue Derising Mischief, 364 | “It is not Always May." By Lucy W.
XXIII. "The Sword Reacheth Unto the

Bearne, 399

Soul," 372

Journey in Russian Lapland, A, 236, 314

XXIV. Saspense, 381

XXV. A Wounded Spirit, 133

Lord Ashley, the Philanthropist. By J.

XXVI, A Just Man, 413

Ewing Ritchie, 615

XXVII. Balm in Gilead. 449

Lord Shaftesbury of the “ Characteristics."

XXVIII, A Peaceable Habitation, 525

By J. Ewing Ritchie, 551

XXIX. The Young Artist, 535

XXX, Nearer and Dearer, 592

Message, A. By Margaret S. MacRitchie, 869

XXXI. A Dream Dispelled, 599

Milton's Suffolk Schoolmaster. By J. Ewing

XXXII. Nigh Unto Death, 608

Ritchie, 295

XXXIII. Xot“Nunc Dimittis," 685

Musings Among Mountains. By Rev. James

XXXIV. Disentangled at Last, 695

Legge, M.A., 459

XXXV. Christmas and Midsummer, 758 Musical Evening, &c. By Helen C. Garland,

XXXVI. Conclusion, 766

716

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