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PUBLISHED BY JACKSON AND WALFORD,
18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.
New Edition, very considerably enlarged.
HYMNS FOR INFANT MINDS.
Rhymes for the Nursery,” &c. &c. A New Edition (being the 35th), containing many Hymns never before published. 18u1o. Price Is. 6d., cloth lettered.
“ A well-known little book, entitled “Hymns for Infant Minds,' contains (Nos. 14 and 15) a better practical description of Christian humility, and its opposite, than I ever met with in so small a compass. Though very intelligible and touching to a mere child, a man of the most mature understanding, if not quite destitute of the virtue in question, may be the wiser and better for it.”-Ābp. Whately's Essays on Christian Faith, &c.
BY THE SAME AUTHORS,
A New Stereotype Edition. Price 2d. sewed.
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF Q. Q.
BY JANE TAYLOR.
Title, price 78. cloth.
“Contributions of Q. Q."
Works published by Jackson f Walford.
SEVEN BLESS INGS FOR LITTLE CHILDREN. By Mrs. GILBERT, Author of “Hymns for Infant Minds,"
Convalescent,” &c. Square 18mo. Price 3d. sewed. “ It would really constitute a perfect blessing, if little children were early imbued with the sentiments so beautifully expressed in this little work. It is worthy of the gifted authoress, whose avocation of writing for little children we reckon to be one of the highest and noblest.”-Scottish Congregational Magazine.
BY THE SAME AUTHOR,
Sixth Edition, 12mo. Price 4d. sewed. * Twelve Hymns, selected from the above, may be had for the use of Infant Schools. Printed on broad sheets, for pasting on boards. Price 2s.
ALSO, BY THE SAME AUTHOR, ORIGINAL ANNIVERSARY HYMNS, Adapted to the Public Services of Sunday Schools and Sunday.
school Unions. 18mo. Price 6d. sewed.
THE CONVALESCENT: Twelve Letters on Recovering from Sickness. By Mrs. GILBERT.
Fcap. 8vo, price 2s. 6d. cloth, or 4s. silk, gilt edges. “ Were there not ten cleansed ? but where are the nine?”—JESUS.
“There is a beautiful book, The Convalescent,' by Mrs. Gilbert, which displays tenderness and holy wisdom in its matter, taste and elegance in its manner, and which could scarcely be spoken of with too much commenda. tion.”—Dr. Pye Smith, in his Preface to “ Wreath for the Tomb."
A WREATH FOR THE TOMB. An Essay and a Sermon on the Lessons taught by Sickness, with Extracts from eminent Authors on Death and Eternity. By the Rev. EDWARD HITCHCOCK, LL.D., Amherst College, Massachusetts. Second Edition, with a recommendatory Preface by Dr Pre SMITH. Fcap. 8vo, price 3s. 6d. cloth.
“ The 'Wreath for the Tomb' is a very remarkable work, the select passages are appropriate, and of a tendency harmonizing with the other parts of the volume; but the Sermon and the Essay are the things which give to this little volume its extraordinary value.”—Congregational Magazine.
HOME EDUCATION. By the Author of “Natural History of Enthusiasm.” Fourth
Edition. Fcap. 8vo, price 5s. cloth. * In this volume the general principles of Education, as applicable to private families avd to small schools, are stated and explained; such methods of treatment, especially, being suggested, as are best suited to the circumstances of a Country Residence; at the same time, hints are offered of a kind to be available under any circumstances for carrying on the culture of those of the intellectual faculties that are the earliest developed, and on the due
ansion of which the force and efficiency of the mature mind depends.