First tales for children [tr.] from the Germ. by miss F. Johnston (Google eBook)

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Page 78 - New edition completing a total of 19,000 copies of A Survey of the Holy Land: its Geography, History, and Destiny. Designed to elucidate the Imagery and Oriental Allusions of Scripture, and demonstrate the Fulfilment of Prophecy. By the Rev. JT BANNISTER, LLD, Author of " Chart of the Holy Land," " Incidents of Jewish History,
Page 77 - Is. 6d. stitched, or 2s. cloth. The COMING of the LORD to JUDGE the EARTH, doctrinally and practically Considered. Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures on the Second Advent, delivered in Bath, and published by request from the Congregation to whom they were addressed.
Page 78 - The Psalms arranged in Daily Portions, for Reading through Twice in the course of the year ; with Short Suggestions for applying them to Personal Devotion. By the Rev. ARC DALLAS, MA, Rector of Wonston, Author of " Cottager's Guide to the New Testament,
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Page 78 - A CATECHISM ON THE ARTICLES OF THE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ; Broken into Short Questions and Answers.
Page 15 - Curious and disobedient girl, the bird was intended as a present for you ; but I desired to prove, first, whether you were worthy of it. Unhappily such is not the case ; I shall therefore return it immediately to the birdseller.
Page 14 - If you are obedient,and attend to my request, I have a pleasure in reserve for you on my return." The little girl promised ; but scarcely had her mama left the room, when the naughty and disobedient child took up the box.
Page 3 - Lord with all our hearts, my dear children ; keep his commandments ; and cherish the hope of being admitted into heaven, where we shall see him face to face, and our joy will be unspeakable.
Page 7 - And so it always is; the conduct of others is but the echo of our own. If we treat others kindly and considerately, they will treat us kindly an3 considerately in turn; but if we are rough and rude to them, we must expect nothing more ourselves.
Page 60 - You now see, that if you had only obeyed, and stooped once, to pick up the horse-shoe, you would not have been obliged to stoop at least a hundred times for the cherries.

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