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deavour to draw a practical improvement from them, in a manner suited to their capacities and circumstances. The profits to the Church Missionary Society."

An Early Vision of the Day.

A Twelve o'clock Vision.

That Work for which "the Emperor of Russia presented a diamond ring of very considerable value" to the Author.

A celebrated Work for which the reverend Author formerly received a similar token of approbation to the above

The Adventures of what Collins, Bookseller, of London, deals much in.

A valuable and celebrated Commentary on the

Scriptures, by a person's christian's name. What Sturm has written,-but on the Books of Scripture.

A Card, published from Hervey's Letters, for conversing on the Death of Friends.

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Reflections, written in a similar style to Hervey's


The works of that Divine who says,

Pray and be both safe and happy."

That Work which accompanied the following


"And let me ask, nay let me pray-
That a few minutes every day.

As well as one in seven,

To prayer be yielded, while you live;
For more than earthly peace twill give,
A peace deriv'd from heaven.”

"And thither onward it will lead.

Guide to thy thoughts and word, and deed,

Through this world's brief abode;

And bring thee nearer, day by day,

Unto the trae and living way

To Jess, and to God."

An old work on what is spoken of in JAMES,
A very celebrated Book containing "that cogent


"Let no man that professes himself a Christian, keep so heathenish a family, as not to see that God be daily worshipped in it." Annotations and reflections on the Scriptures;

“before their appearance, how often did it happen that the tender mother was at a loss to relpy to the question of her intelligent child when reading of the Sacred Volume."


The life of that lady who "as she was sitting in her study, in the chair in which she was accustomed to write, bowed her head upon her bosom, and yielded her pure spirit into the hands of her Creator and Redeemer."

An old work on the sufferings of the Clergy.


A tract for youth on the Evidences of Christianity, recommended by Dr. Ryland of Bristol, and his colleague, Mr. Crisp.

A Church History by two brothers, brought down to Luther's Reformation.

The Works of that author of whom the learned Dr. Barrow has said "His practical writings were never mended, his controversial seldom confuted."

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A Poem by an Author who said "Guard well thy thoughts: our thoughts are heard in. heaven."

Orations by an ancient philosopher, the son of a Sausage-maker.

The Works of the Philosopher alluded to in these lines of the poet Glover:

"Who open'd Nature's adamantine gates,

And to our minds her secret powers expos'd," A letter press picture supposed to be written by Charles I. but probably composed by Dr.. Ganden; it passed through 50 editions in one year.

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The Life of a man who by "his labours has done much to open the eyes and hearts of mankind. He has visited all Europe, not to survey the sumptuousness of palaces,


or the stateliness of temples; not to make accurate measurements of the remains of ancient grandeur, nor to form a scale of the curiosity of modern art; not to collect medals, or collate manuscripts, but to dive into the depths of dungeons, to plunge into the infection of hospitals, to survey the mansions of sorrow and pain, to take the gage and dimensions of misery, depression, and contempt, to remember the forgotten, to attend to the neglected, to visit the forsaken, and to compare and collate the distresses of all men in all countries! His plan is original, and it is as full of genius as it is of humanity. It was a voyage of discovery-ȧ circumnavigation of charity.”— Burke.

That translation by which the lady cleared £100. The celebrated Dictionary of an LL. D.

A Work for which the Editor received £6000 An English Dictionary which the compiler sold for £15,000.

A Treatise published by an ancient author at 99 years of age.

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