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LONDON:
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY,
56, PATERNOSTER ROW, AND 65, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD.

SOLD BY THE BOOKSELLERS.

CONTENTS.

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Eastern potters

169

Eternity

78

Female dress, on

13

Fiery serpent, the

281

Fog, the

325
Freedom and strictness

52
Gems

111, 138, 223

Giacomo, the young hermit 317

“God's blessing on the dance" 73
Good servants.

75, 132, 191
Humble mind, a

128
Humility

207
Hard master, a .

154
Heaven and earth

106
I can say yes. What will you

74
“ I have not time"

199
Ichneumon, the

137
“In anywise rebuke thy neigh-
bour"

121
Instruments, but not chil-
dren.

348
Is it ever right to be angry? 329
It saves from sin

135
James the soldier .

291
John Wesley and his man
Joseph .

109

Just lippen to him

25

Lavater, J. G., and the poor

widow

351

Lent, not given

79

Let us alone

342

Lighthouse of Rona, the

Look out, and look in

161

Martyr and apostate, the

146

Middle aisle, the

22

Miller Sampson

17

Miser, the

29

Mistresses and servants

330

Most beautiful things in the
world, the

187
“My Repose"

113

November, short pieces for:

The windy day

332

Despondency

333

Our mercies :-Speech

298
Sweet sounds

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Oblivion of pain

304

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Parent and child, sympathy Tract anecdotes, etc. :

between

More fruit

133

Past times and past benefits

The giver blessed

Peace, the search for

97 Perseverance prevailing . 165

Persecution.

141 Speak as well as give

193

Piedmontese martyr, the 337 The sick boy .

222

Poor widow's boy, the

129 Tracts in France

278

Praying sceptic, the

285 Give and scatter tracts SO4

“Quench not the Spirit” 59 Tracts at fairs

331

Railroad men

214 Tracts among colliers 339

Railway and the sabbath 335 Trust in God

20

Refuge

85

Truth is strange

45

Rev. Henry Blunt, letter from Warmth for the cold .

358

the

158

Wasted year, a.

3

Revolution, scene of a

174 Watching for the dawn

2

Secret faults
126 Wear a smile

277

Shall we travel on the sabbath? 100 What is in Christ

185

Shepherd church in the Pyre- What Christ has done for souls 32

107 Which will you be?

49

Souls, the worth of

95 Why will ye die?

143

Spare it this year

89 Widow of M., the

202

“ Susan!

Susan! are

you

World to come, the

170

ready ?”

211

Word of God, power of the 6
Test, the .

344
“ There is no society there” 296
“ There is wrath gone out from

POETRY.

the Lord”

303

Be thou ready

28

Three regrets, the :

Complaints of the poor

360

First regret

102 Contented prisoner, the 196

Second regret

103 Fountain, the

56

Third regret :

I will keep thee

139

To my neighbour

313 Lady's dream

335

Tongue, the .

111 My mother's voice

168

Tract anec'iotes, etc. :

Saint at his funeral, a

The swearer's prayer ·

27 Stream of life, the

168

A word in season

27 Thou knowest

112

Are you a doctor?.

55 Unfailing graces

196

Books to children and ser- Wasted flowers, the

223

vants

Wave, the

140

I do not want your books 83 What must it be to be there! 111

Is that all?

83 Who shall roll us away the

This is the man

110 stone?

290

Are you ready?

110 Winds, the

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WATCHING FOR THE DAWN. The daily morning and evening sacrifice of a lamb was commanded to the Jews, as related in Exodus xxix. 38, 39. “ Two lambs of the first year day by day continually. The one lamb thou shalt offer in the morning; and the other lamb thou shalt offer at even,” etc.

The time of offering the early sacrifice was the dawn of morning, soon after the first streaks of light were distinctly

It was the office of one of the attendant priests to ascertain the proper time. For this purpose, during the continuance of the temple of Jerusalem, the appointed priest regularly went up to the top of the building to watch for the dawn, and when he saw it he called out, “ It is day !” The presiding priest then asked, " Is the heaven bright up to

seen.

JANUARY, 1848.

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