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· LONDON:
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY;

Instituted 1799.
SOLD AT THE DEPOSITORY, 56, PATERNOSTER ROW,

AND 65, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD;

AND BY THE BOOKSELLERS.

LONDON:
Printed by W. Clowes and Sons,

Stamford Street.

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A MAN overboard ........ 55 A youthful friend ...... 206
All the paths of the Lord

A father of cruel children 207
are mercy and truth .... 217 A keeper of late hours .. 224

Ann Bullen's walk ....... 178 A bad husband ........ 224

Be still .................

A retired Christian ..... 225

Beggars, the three ....... Chinese tracts and books.. 68

Buchan, the earl of

Christ, the mediation of... 223

Calls of usefulness:-

Conscience, a good ....... 103

A reader of tracts ..... Consecration and confidence 219

A party of boys ........ | Contrast, the ............ 168

A party of girls ........ Cottager, the pious....... 52

A reader of infidel public Crazy man and his watch . 110
cations ............. 9

Creatures, instruction from 151

A poor contented woman 27 DAIRYMAN's daughter, the 60

A scold-A miner .... 28, 29 Drunkard reclaimed ...... 115
A passionate and hard-

ETERNITY............... 36
hearted young fellow. 49 Evil of believing too much. 30
An intemperate man.... 50 Extremity, the valley of... 226
A porter...........

FEED me with food con-

A mother ..........

venient for me.........

107

One aged eighty-two

Fishermen of Sheringham .

A penitent son......

Fishing village, a.........

195

A harsh parent ....

Francis H. .............

111

An early riser ......

Fruit tree, my ........... 70

A sick woman ......

God incomprehensible .... 111

A poor weaver .......

- , forgetfulness of ..... 208

A proud young man .. 84 Grace, power of, exemplified 203

A Bible reader........ 104 How far is it to Canaan ?.. 23

A self-righteous man ... 105 How to begin............ 232

A barber.............. 105 Humility................ 162

A complainer .......... 124 IMPRESSIONS, transient ... 155

A passionate young per-

Intelligence ......

217

son.................

" It is the Lord” ... 123

A drunkard ........... 127 Ivy, the........

203

A Sunday scholar ...... 146 JESUITISM .......

69

A charitable neighbour.. L. E., the last hours of 153

A thoughtless young man 149 Letter to the editors ..... 98

A cruel man............ 164 Lord's supper, the ....... 192

One heavily afflicted .... 165 Love to the brethren ..... 120

A fisherman........... 166 Luther, letter to his mother 78

A pious young person... 167 - on the fathers .....

A doubter ............ 186 Man, a dying............

A young reprobate ..... 187 Meditations, occasional, by

A simple-hearted child.. 188 Bishop Hall :

A positive man ........ 189 The heavens moving.... 1

* A sweep .............. 205 A dial ................

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A redbreast ........

RECOLLECTIONS ofa beloved
On lights brought in.. 21, 22 child ........

174
A cloud................ 22 | Regeneration ....

109
Quenching iron in water 41 Religious Tract Society,
A grave digged up ..... 41 tracts of ........
A spider in his window.. 42 Revival at Kilsyth ........
A tree full blossomed ... Right way to get the right
The length of the way ..

thing .................
Lying down to rest..... Roman Catholic reprover..
A lark flying up........ Romanist, something for a.
The singing of the birds. 82 “Run, speak to that young
Rain in the sunshine ... 82 man" .................
The barking of a dog ... 101 SAILOR, the old .......... 86
A fair prospect ........ 101 Salvation, thoughts of..... 233
Weeds in a corn-field ... 102 Scriptures, prayer on read-
A spring in a wild forest 121 ing the roo............
Boys playing .......... 121 Sins, the deadly.......
Flies and galled horse... 122 Socialist, the dying .......
Wasps falling into a glass 141 Socialism silenced ........ 142
Music by night ........ 142

| Speak but the word, and thy
Gnats in the sun ....... 142 servant shall be healed.. 160
Small stars in the galaxy 161 Stop thief!.............. 189
Fanning of corn........ 162 Sunshine.........

87
Putting on of his clothes 162 St. Mary's, Kilkenny, Ad.
A blind man........... 181 dress to Parishioners ... 128
A gliding star.......... 182 “The Holy Spirit, the only
A swallow in the chimney 182 key to the word of God” 209
Fly burning itself....... 201 This world, or the next ?.. 36
Sparks flying upward ... 202 To those that be unready.. 152
A coal covered with ashes 202 Tract Society's publica-
A raven............... 221 tions, usefulness of ... 17, 39
The loadstone and the jet 222 'Tract lenders, advice to... 34

A spring of water ...... 222 - distributor, the little
“ My jewels" ............ 198 Mohammedan ......... 118
Mystery of godliness...... 168 - visitor, labours of a.. 156
New year, rules suitable for a 3 - efforts abroad ...... 200
New year's day, lines on .. 20 - efforts at home ..... 200
New Forest, the ......... 33 -4, a, made useful ...... 234
Owen, select sentences from 230 Travancore ............. 116
PASSENGER, the thoughless. 90 Travellers, Christian ..... 157
Passion ............... 36, 232 Trees.. ...............
Pearse, Mr., last letter of.. 95 Troubles of a London mer-
Perseverance, successful... 179 chant and his wife in the
Philanthropy, universal ... 180 days of Queen Mary .... 211
Poor man that did much Turn your telescope ...... 35
good .................. 37 VICISSITUDES of God's peo-
-widow and her children 63

130
Popish proselytizing...... 194 WARNINGS.............. 170
Prayer ....... 32, 60, 88, 234 Wesley on schism ........
Present times, a word for the 43 “ What is man?”....... 123
Promise, a precious....... 111 What must I do to be saved ? 191
Psalms, daily use of ....... 25 | Williams, Mary .........

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UPON THE SIGHT OF THE HEAVENS MOVING. I CAN see nothing stand still but the earth; all other things are in motion : even that water which makes up one globe with the earth, is ever stirring in ebbs and flowings; the clouds over my head, the heavens above the clouds, these, as they are most conspicuous, so are they the greatest patterns of perpetual action; what should we rather imitate than this glorious frame? O God, when we pray that thy will may be done in earth, as it is in heaven, though we moan chiefly the inhabitants of that place, yet we do not

TRACT MAG., THIRD SERIES, NO. 73. JAN. 1840. B

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