Rachel Longford; or, Home and its teachings, by the author of Sir Evelyn's charge (Google eBook)

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Page 331 - Scripture Truths; or, the Way of Salvation set forth in Words of Admonition, Counsel, and Comfort. Thirty-one sheets ; arranged for One Month, on a roller, in very large type. With introduction by the late Rev. William Marsh, DD Twentieth Thousand. Is. 6d. Hand-book to
Page 191 - The tear, down Childhood's cheek that flows, Is like the dew-drop on the rose ; When next the summer breeze comes by, And waves the bush, the flower is dry.
Page 313 - The Christian Life. Viewed under some of its more Practical Aspects. By the Rev. Sir Emilius Bayley, Bart, BD, Vicar of St. John's, Paddington, and Rural Dean. F'cap 8vo., extra cloth, 3s. ; gilt edges, 3s. 6d. The Intermediate State of the Blessed Dead ; in a Series of Meditational Expositions.
Page 328 - Cloth. 4s. 6d. Christian Chivalry; or, the Armour of God on the Soldier of the Cross. Small 8vo., extra cloth. 3s. Signs of the Times ; Showing that the Coming of the Lord Draweth Near.
Page 326 - STEPS ACROSS ; or, Guidance and Help to the Anxious and Doubtful. A Companion Volume to "Day by Day.
Page 311 - Simple Readings on the Gospels. Arranged in Daily Portions for the use of Families and Schools. Compiled from the Works of the Rev. JC Ryle, BA, Rev.
Page 313 - Pleasant Sundays with my Children ; or, " Here a Little and there a Little." Familiar Conversations on the Animals, Birds, Insects, Reptiles, Fishes, Flowers, Trees, and Precious Stones of the Bible. By the Author of "Ethel Woodville,
Page 237 - FATHER, I know that all my life Is portioned out for me, And the changes that will surely come, I do not fear to see ; But I ask thee for a present mind Intent on pleasing thee.
Page 282 - If none were sick and none were sad, What service could we render? I think if we were always glad, We scarcely could be tender. Did our beloved never need Our patient ministration, Earth would grow cold and miss indeed Its sweetest consolation ; If sorrow never claimed our heart, And every wish were granted, Patience would die, and hope depart Life would be disenchanted.
Page 310 - Thoughts on the Christian Life ; or. Leaves from Letters. By the late Hetty Bowman, author of *' Christian Daily Life," etc. With Introduction by Mrs. Gordon, author of " The Home Life of Sir David Brewster,

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