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Page 409 - He that is down needs fear no fall; He that is low no pride; He that is humble ever shall Have God to be his guide.
Page 557 - Small Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth. ** One of the most attractive of the many pleasant and profitable religious studies published by Dr. Macduff." — Daily Review. DEEP DOWN. A Tale of the Cornish Mines. By RM BALLANTYNE, Author of "The Life Boat,
Page 556 - Series. Post 8vo, each 6s. cloth. "This new volume of twenty sermons has all the claims of the first — the same happy use of Scripture, the same clear and firm grasp of the principle of every text he selected, the same earnest longing after the beauty and holiness on which he has now entered, the same play of imagination, the same freshness of thought, and fitness of utterance.
Page 553 - Edition. Small Crown 8vo, 5s., cloth. "Graceful description, imaginative reconstruction, unconventional, and often very ingenious, sometimes learned disquisition, with the light graceful touch of poetic style and delicate fancy.
Page 555 - THE SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK; or, The Keeper of Israel and the Sheep of His Pasture. By the Rev. JR MACDUFF, DD With Vignette.
Page 560 - THE LIGHTHOUSE ; or, The Story of a Great Fight Between Man and the Sea.