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MATERIALS FOR THINKING

MEMOIR OF ANNIE

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REVIEWS (continued)

Gauntlett's Church Catechism

Abeel's Residence in China

Prayers for Young Children

Sprague's Hints

Six Months in a Convent

Picture Testament for the Young

Guide to the New Testament

Gauntlett's Sermons

Mrs. Sherwood's Garland

Memoir of Dr. Bedell

Notices of Two Infants

Songs of La Colonna

The Time of the End

Scoresby's Memorials

Christian Keepsake

Yate's New Zealand

Memoir of Schwartz

Howell's Prayers

Memoi

of the Rev. J. Newton

Centenary Sermons

The Young Christian Hero
The Martyr of Verulam

Thornton on the Sermon on the Mount

The Friend of Sinners

RECOLLECTIONS OF IRELAND

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THE

CHRISTIAN LADY'S MAGAZINE.

JULY, 1835.

CHAPTERS ON FLOWERS.

That dear little modest flower, the Jessamine, with its milk-white blossoms half hid in the masses of cool refreshing green, used to adorn the most limited spot, in the shape of a garden, that ever I was confined to, as a promenade. It was, in fact, merely a gravelled walk, raised to the height of a couple of steps above the level of the paved court, which formed the rear of some premises where I was an inmate. The further side, and the extremities of this walk were bounded by an exceedingly high wall; and nothing could have been more ruefully sombre, or more widely removed from any approach to the picturesque, had not the old wall possessed a mantle of Jessamine, the most luxuriant that I remember ever to have seen. The slender branches had mounted

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