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LONDON: PRINTED BY JOHN STRANGEWAYS,

Castle St. Leicester Sq.

1874.

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Page Hard as Stone

365, 370, 378, 390 Now Mother's Shawl was bought, 398, 406 How Marcian became Emperor

410 'I nevor thought of it!' .

374 Little Jim Rogers

6 Left on the Sand-hills

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Pago The New.year's Present The Epiphany

52 The Philosopher's Stone

54 The Camel

63 The Presentation of Christ in the Temple

71 The Power of Love

79 The Eagle

87 The Lupines

99 The Ships that went sailing over the Sea

102, 107, 118 The Night of the Storm The Ibex

119 The Wry Ginss:

123 The Crooked Fingers

140 The Icelanders' Custom

142 The Cuckoo's Eyg in the Hedgesparrow's Nest

157 The Bittern

170 The Boys' Motto

180 The Fallow-deer, Hart, and Roe 194 The Box on the Ear The French Fish-girl

199 Trinity Sunday. The Stork

215 The Pelican

250 The Charterhouse

251 The Mother's Old Bible

262, 270 The Wet Sunday Afternoon

276 The Filter-Tap

286 The King-fisher

314 The Rainbow The Scorched Testament

339 The Glass Marbles 342, 346, 351, 362 The Flask of Oil

850 Thoughtless Minnie .

356 The Swan.

370 The Struggle and the Victory : 888

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198

Adrent

3 * And Then

6 A Little Saint An Obedient Ear

71 Ancient Writing Materials

94 Among Lions 146, 154, 162, 174, 178, 186,

194, 206, 210, 218, 226, 238, 242, 253, 258,

266, 274, 282, 290, 298, 310, 315, 322, 334, A Story about the Ibex An Idler taught

183 Ascension Day

198 • After long Years'

220 A Cedar from Lebanon in Paris 230 "All Alone A Word to the Wise :

283 A Sermon from a pair of Boots 315 *A soft Answer turneth away Wrath' 359 A good Maxim

410 Blind leading the Blind

21 Be Sorgebody

202 Blackberrying ; or,' why did he leave her?

326, 331 Christmas.

38 Christie's Birthday

294, 302 Cataracts and Rills

315 Desiring and Choosing

78 Don't rob the West!

94 Denis Dononu's Donkey

106 Do Justly.

330 Easter Day

148 Frederick II. and General Ziothen 52 Finding the Text

190 * Forgive and Forget'

212 Found near the Chorch Door

306 Good Advice for Sailors

75 Gratitade

135 Ganpntti and the Mouse

250 God's Eye

301 • Good-night, Father.

350 lionouring Mothers .

331

215

On Christmas Eve

14, 21, 30 Orange Peel

246 One Talent

291 Oue Drop at a time

391 Passion-tide

140 Persevere and Conquer : 382, 386, 394 Rhoda Grant, 2, 10, 18, 26, 46, 50, 58, 66,

74, 82, 90, 98 Reproof by a Child

83 Respect for Old Ago.

115 Hemember that thou wast a Bond. man

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Washing Hands

29 What a Child's Words may do' 114, 122,

130, 138 Whit-un Day

202 Wise Sayings

2446 What a child cannot forgot

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Caper

388

391

Page Pussy on Sunday Sheep and Lambs

103 Sunshine and Shower

108 Song for the Blind

202 Sand Castles

234 Suppose! .

326 True Knowledge

23 The Robin of Brittany

85 The Christian Martyr

92 The Indian Chief who became a Missionary

164 The Mothor's first Grief :

199 The Sailor-boy's Grave

203 The Wanderer

218 The Boy who wouldn't go to Sun

day School Two Pictures

252

The Cottage
The Church Mouse
The Drunkard's

Child
The Snow-Storm
Trajan and the Rabbi
Up in the Belfry
What Father brought
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A Winter Hymn
Hymn to Jesns
The Christian Martyr
Do yonr Duty
Morning Song
Hymn for Sunday
A Child's Hymn
The Judgment Day

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Page A Twelfth-night Tale

33, 36, 41 A Present for Granny

56 A Little Saint

61 Alice writing to her Father

256 Alice sitting at the Parlour-window 257 A Sermon from a Pair of Boots 319 'A moment, a moment, dear friends! don't be so hasty!'

360 Afraid of the Dark

Page Gratitude

136 Gilbert sewing a Frill on Dora's Frock

153 Gilbert put Sixpence into the

Saucer she held" *Gone Wool-gathering again! “Go away, child, till I have changed my clothes'

210 God's Eye :

301 Gilbert wishing a merry Christmas' 312

209 229

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Hannah sat with an open Letter

in her Hand How shall a little child speak to

God? Herbert Wrigly picking up the

Orance Peel *How much have you done, Lily?' Harriet and Mother

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Illustrated Texts, 37, 44, 68, 84, 116, 156,

205, 211, 26), 300, 301, 396 'I can't now, I want to finish my Story'

160 It is the man who wept with the Corporal'

189 'It's my Necklace,' said Bell

273 Ida's visit to Mrs. White

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John Wesley and the Officer

72 John driving his Wife to the Village 224 Jessie Brooke and Mr. Grey

264 Jessie praying at Ally's Bedside 272 Jennie and Harry

280 Jim and his Muster Jim's Present to his Mother

408

The Clergyman visits Mrs. Grant
Tom and his Sister
The Mother and her Children enter-

ing the Cathedral
The Christinas Presents
The Children at the Christmas Stalls
The New-year's Present
Tom on the Road to Eastwood
The old General bowed low before

his Majesty
The Children bringing Violets to

Rhoda The Camel

64 Ton and Rhodla The Robin of Brittany The Eagle Tom in the Mine The Christian Martyr * The young Men rose respectfully,

and offered him their places' IN
The Ibex
The Stranger's Supper
The Wry Glass
The Crooked Fingers
The Cuckoo's Egg in the Hedge

Sparrow's Nest
The Indian Chief
The Entangled Magpie
The Bittern
The Young Sailor
The Truant Boy
The Fallow Deer
The Mother's first Grief
The Bliud Girl
The Sailor-boy's Grave
• Take them, Jessie; they are from

my own plants for you
The Stork
T'he Wanderer:
The Boy who wouldn't go to Sunday

School
The Pelican
The Charterhouse
Two Pictures
The Cottage
The W-t Sunday Afternoon
* Thank ye kindly, my dear
The Kingtisher
The Rainbow
The Scorched Testaient
The Flask of Oil
The Chnrch Monse
The Swan
The Drunkard's

Child
The Snow-Storm
Trajan and the Rabbi

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Listening to the conversation of the

Mother and Children Little Annie taking the Can of Milk

to the Baroness Little Bell asleep by her Charge Lewis putting the Sia pence into the

Alms-Dish
Letters from Home : :

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Ellen and Robert in Church
Emmy at Church
Ellie was received at the door by

Miss Young
Ellie gazed into the deep water

beneath' Edward yielded to the temptation Edward's School-fellows seeming to

avoid him Edward and his Aunt Edith Gray admiring herself in the

Glass

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Finding the Text
Frank offering Wild

Fiowers to
Urønla Grant.
Fritz declared he was Master of the

Winter Washing Hands • What will you give me for sy

Poor?' "Why, John, what are you readiez

that for? •What do you think of that, MS

Weir?' White Bess tearing madi; op the

Road • We will be Friends with him som What Father brought

the Mine
Rhoda and her Mother
Roger and Bell
Roger at little Mary's Grave

73 81 185 225

House
Fritz wounded on the Battlefield

Soft and silent was the footstep of

the Brown Man
Sheep and Lambs
Sunshine and Shower
Schwabe hearing his child talking

in her sleep
Sheep following the Shepherd

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Grant examining the Gun
firant pursuing Tom

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