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From a few friends in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, by the
Rev. W. Cogswell -

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For the Jews' Society, 5s. from E. H. and 5s. from Mrs. W.
For the London Female Mission, from E. H. 2s. 6d.
For the Deaf and Dumb, from F. W. 108.

BY THE AUTHOR OF GEORGE STANLEY. THE NEW COMMANDMENT, or the Christian's Test.

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With two

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GEORGE STANLEY.

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Third Edition. Price 3d.

"In due season ye shall reap if ye faint not."
L. and G. Seeley, Fleet Street.

A NEW EDITION OF

[No. 93.]

THE HON. C. GRIMSTON'S COMMON PRAYER BOOK AND

PROPER LESSONS.

IN A LARGER TYPE THAN ANY OF THE FORMER IMPRESSIONS.

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Smaller Size N.B.-The peculiar advantage of this arrangement consists in having the entire Morning and Evening Services, in a large clear type, in two portable volumes, one for the Morning, and the other for the Evening. London: J. Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; who have constantly on hand a large assortment of Bibles, Prayers, and Companions to the Altar, in every variety of binding. [No. 94.]

THE

CHRISTIAN LADY'S MAGAZINE.

JULY, 1842.

JUDAH'S LION.

CHAPTER XVI.

MOST lovely was the scenery through which our travellers bent their way for a considerable time after leaving Ramab, and but for one circumstance, it would have been a season of rich enjoyment. Da Costa, while pointing out the ever-varying beauties that surrounded them, and expatiating on the unquestionable fertility of the soil, if but common justice in the way of tillage was done to it, seemed to lose the recollection of his outcast condition. The land was his; and he spoke of it as though, not only in retrospect and in prospect, but also in actual possession, it was his own. Every group of olives, every scattered oak was to him an object worth descanting on; and his intimate knowledge of Scripture, which he quoted fluently, and so far as regarded the historical and geographical sense, with most correct application, rendered his discourse alike in

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