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EDINBURGH: THOMAS CONSTABLE, PRINTER TO THE QUEEN, AND TO THE UNIVERSITY.

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AFRICA, Missionary Enterprise in Equa-

torial, by Rev. A. Bushnell, Resident
Mixionary in the Gorilla Country, 623
Aldershoti, A Sabbath at, by Rev. J.
R. Macduff,

339
Alexandria and its Christian School, by
Principal Tulloch,

613

All about the House: The Good House:

wife, by Margaret Maria Gordon, 91

American Telescopes and Astronomers,
by Principal Leitch,

394
Apes and Peacocks,

412

As the Brightness of the Firmament-

As the Stars for ever and ever, by

leaac Taylor,

Aant Mary, by the Editor, :

137

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MEADFOor and the Starfish, by P. H.
Gosse, F.R.S.,

610
Medicines, Patent: What they are, and

how they are sold, by Thomas Iler-
bert Jones,

371

Mirth, The House of, by the late Rer.

Edward Irving,

620

Mortally Wounded, by Captain 228

Musical Ear, The, by Rev. Horace M.
Moule,

577

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HEALTH, Light and Scenery as affect-

ing, by Dr. Angus Smith,.
Hen and Chickens, The,

679

Hermas, The Shepherd of: A Christian

Allegory of the Second Century, by

Principal Tulloch,

21

Honesty is the best Policy, by Hugh
Stowell Brown,

76
Huddled together in London, by John
Hollingshead,

110

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Bres, and the Art of Queen-making, by
Principal Leitch,

443
Beebire Cloze, The, by Madame de Gas-
parin,

537
Birds, The Domestic Life of the, by Dr.

335

Bänd, The Ways and Works of the, by

J. Hamilton Fyre,

313

INDIFFERENCE, The Wonder of, by the

Editor,

279

Innocent Illusions, by Ann Warrender, 686
Instructing, Duty and Method of, by
Archbishop Whately,

133

Irenæus, the Champion of Truth and

Peace, by Principal Tulloch,

388

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Cain's Brand, by H. K.-

Chap. I. On the Moor,

376

IL The Ordeal,

880

III. “He lay down to sleep on

the Moorland so dreary," 422

IV. Mercy and not Sacrifice, 425

Camels,
Canton, Street Scenes in, by an Officer
in the Royal Navy,

281
Catacombs, The Church in the, by Prin-
eipal Tulloch,

481
Cerealia, The: A Standing Miracle, by
Professor Harvey,

478
Checks and Counter-checks, by J.
Hamilton Fyfe,

589
Chota Nagpore, The Gospel in, by Rev.
W. F. Stevenson,

35
Christian Family, 'The, and Christian

Manners, in the Second Century, by
Principal Tulloch,

180
Christian School, The, and Christian

Worship, in the Second Century, by
Principal Tulloch,

69

City, The Owl's, by Waiter Thornbury, 432

Consistency, by Archbishop Whately, 629

• 568
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“OLD FAMILIES," by Henry Lloyd, 631
Old Librarian of 1861, The, by the
Editor,

57

old Lieutenant and his son, The, by

the Editor

Chap. I. About Old Ned and his

Household,

256

II. The Old Seaport,

200
III. Young Ned's Education, 263
IV. Choosing a Profession,

V. Old Cords Snapping, 818
VI. New Cords Tying,

352

VII. First Lessons in the good

ship “John,"

401

VIII. A Sunday at Sea,

405

IX. Poor Jack,

450

X, Sbipwrecks on Shore, 453

XI. A Seaman's Friend, 455

XII. Another Sunday at Sea, 458

XIII. The Boatswain's Last

Voyage,

459

XIV. Home,

497

XV. Old Times,

501

XVI. Ten Years,

XVII. Ardmore,

XVIII. In the Highlands,

598

XIX. Duncan and Doubts,

. 596

XX. Ned taking Soundings, 598

XXI. Morag.

599

XXII. The Old Seashore, .

XXIII. An Uninvited Visitor,

XXIV. An Unexpected Turn, 606

XXV. The Beginning of the End, 645

XXVI. The End,

Our Girls, by a Manchester Man,
OUR SUNDAY EVENINGS
January, by James Hamilton, D.D.-
1. A Sinall Estate and a Wiso
Economy,

59
2. “Come unto Me,"
3. Nathanael,

62
4. Borrowed Misery,

63
February, by A. P. Stanley, D.D.
1. Light in a Dark Place,

125
2. The Heavenly City,

126

3. The Twelve Gates of Heaven, . 127

4. The Temple and the Light of

Heaven,

128

March, by W. L. Alexander, D.D.-
1. God's Regard for Man,

189
2. Hereditary Piety,
8. Waiting upon God,

. 191
4. The Ever-enduring Name,
April, by David Brown, D.D.-
1. The Strong Man Armed,

243

2. The Stronger than the Strong

Man,

244

3. The Unclean Spirit going out, 246

4. The Unclean Spirit entering in

again,

247

24
Lime Quarry, Lessons in the, by Archi-
bald Geikie, F.G.S.,

73
Log of the “ Constant," The,

51
London Model Lodging-houses, by Jobn
Hollingshead,

170
Love and Liking, by Archbp. Whately, 511

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PARABLES, by Rev. Adolph Saphir,

Paris, The Working Associations of,

by J. M. Ludlow, Esq..

114

Parish School, The, and the Man-of-
War, by Rev. W. G. Blaikie,

675
Peacockism, by John Hollingshead, 198
Peter Floger, the Tailor of Buinen, by
Rev. J. de Leifde,

326
Pharaoh and his Host,

291
Pharisees Rebuked, The, by the late
Rev. Edward Irving,

225
Poor, Flowers for the, by Rev. J.

Erskine Clarke,

.

. 551

"Toe Dogs came and licked his Sores," 632
The Waker, the Dreainer, and the

Sleeper, by Rev. J. de Liefde, 632
Torbay Sponges, An Hlour among the,
by P. H. Gosse, F.R.S.,

293

Turkey Trap, The, and Non Causa, by

Archbishop Whately,

113

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J. L. Porter,

287

The Early Lark,

J. D. Watson, 299

The Ewe-Lamb,

J. B.,

344

Traditional Scene of our Lord's Baptism, J. L. Porter, 821

Birds,

J. Wolf,

337

After the Battle,

J. D. Watson, 354

Apes and Peacocks,

J. B.,

412

Cain's Brand,

John Pettir,

376, 422

Gobies,

P. II. Gosse,

885

The First Look-out on the World, Clarence Dobell, 393

A Song which none but the Redeemed

can Sing,

H. H. Armslead, · 411

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1861

Good NEW-YEAR wishes for my friends!

Good New-Year wishes truly !
In these my heart its fervour spends,

Yet cannot speak them duly.
The very phrases others use

Half jar upon my ear ;
They seem to miss my inmost thought

Of blended hope and fear.
“ A happy year, with many more

To follow in its train !”
So runs the hackneyed form, as though

Long life to all were gain !
As though bright suns had only power

To colour, not to fade !
As though no growth of human flower

Were fairest in the shade !
My many friends, I dare not breathe

A common wish for all !
A honeyed thought to you or you,

To others were but gall.
So different the heart within,

The outward life around,
Ye scarcely see the self-same sky,

Or tread the self-same ground.
There are who wake from troubled sleep,

This birthday of the year,
To feel their anguish but renewed

By sounds of general cheer :

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