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year 1873. Comprising a Calendar, with a Text for every day in the year, and
or 8s. per 100. THE HEAVENLY LAMP. A New Year's Address to Sunday Scholars.
By BENJAMIN L. GREEN, of Manchester. Illustrated. Price One Penny,
or 6s. per 100.
DOUDNEY, Author of “Beautiful Island,” “Under Grey Walls,” &c. Price
By the Rev. E. R. CONDER, M. A., of Leeds. Illustrated. Price One Penny,
School Teachers. By the Rev. W. BRADEN, of Weigh House Chapel. Price
One Penny, or 68. per 100.
to be placed in Pocket Bibles. ls. per 100.
1873. Containing a Calendar, List of Scripture Lessons, Ruled Pages for the
Attendance of the Scholars, &c. Price 4d.
of Lessons, and Ruled Pages for the Weekly Attendance of Scholars. Price
2d. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER'S POCKET-BOOK AND
DIARY FOR 1873. Containing the usual information found in a first-
Teacher Tuck, 28. ; flap and elastic band, 2s. 4d.
Class Register, Almanack, &c. 8d. limp cloth.
Large type. Quarterly, 1d. Also each Sunday's Lessons printed on a SINGLE
LEAF, on Stiff Paper, 1d. per dozen. In this Lesson Book the reading exercises for each Sunday morning and afternoon are presented at one opening; while the SINGLE Leaves, like the Scripture Texts, form “Scripture Handbills," and are intended to be given to the scbolars, at the close of the day's teaching, to carry home and read to their parents. TEXT PAPERS, in Monthly Packets, containing 12 for each Sunday, 3d
These are issued in connection with the series of Lessons annually published by the Union, and are designed to promote the study of the Bible by Sunday school scholars.
SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, 56, OLD BAILEY, LONDON, E.C.
OF SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, while they are well acquaintec with the general religious serials of the day, do not patronize those especially prepared for their assistance. Such Teachers are earnestly solicited, in the interest of the children of their charge, to make careful perusal of
A magazine of Counsel, Help, and Intelligence, for all Sunday: School Workers. Without wishing in any way to undervalue the many excellent magazines periodically issued from the press,& the Committee of the Sunday School Union feels that a Magazine devoted ENTIRELY to the help of Sunday School Teachers has a b prior claim upon their attention, and that the practical, the useful, and the instructive should take precedence of the merely!! recreative. The
PRICE of the Sunday School Teacher brings it within the reach of all.com Its character makes it of the highest service to the earnest for worker, and the universal testimony of those who use it shows at that there is no better serial for its purpose.
T TWOPENCE MONTHLY.
Among other proofs of its value may be cited the following and opinions of the press :“ It is one of the very best of its of ti class.”—Hive. “We advise all teachers to procure a copy, monthly.”—Hulme Advertiser." This is a high-class magazine, conducted in a most catholic spirit by writers of eminence in om different sections of the Christian Church; its matter is as varied as it is practically useful to the teacher.”
Sold by all booksellers, and at the
56, OLD BAILEY, LONDON, E.C.
This publication is designed to aid in the adoption of a UNIFORM CRIPTURE LESSON throughout all the classes of the Sunday school. Vhile the Scripture classes are reading the appointed lesson from ne Bible, and the Infant class is being taught the text selected rom that lesson by means of the “ Letter-box,” or Infant Class 'exts,” the intermediate classes can be occupied upon the same ubject by means of this little book, or by the detached single zaves, each of which contains one Sunday's portion, and may be aken home by the scholars at the close of the day.
The Committee of the Sunday School Union take this opporunity of pointing out some of the advantages of a uniform system.
I. Every teacher can join in a definite plan, and make the teaching consecutive and systematic.
II. All the classes in the school will be “Scripture classes.”
III. The Notes on the Lessons, and the various illustrations and hints supplied in the magazines, will be available for all; and where a preparation class exists, every teacher in the school, being engaged upon the same lesson, will have an equal interest in regularly attending that class.
IV. A sympathy of mind and feeling will be created throughout the school; all the exercises can be brought into accordance with the one subject; and the expectation may be confidently entertained that, under the divine blessing, useful and permanent impressions will thus be made upon the hearts
of the scholars. For schools where a Box of Moveable Letters cannot be obtained, or for the use of small classes of children unable to read in this Lesson Book, the “Infant Class Texts” are printed in large type, ind published monthly, price One Penny.
The Notes on the Lessons are also published at One Penny nonthly, a month in advance; and will be found to afford valuible aid to all the teachers, whether of Infant, Elementary, or Scripture classes, in explaining, illustrating, and enforcing the
Further illustrations will be found in the Biblical Treasury (1d. monthly), and Outline Addresses, Lessons, &c., in the Sunday
lesson of the day.