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TOPICS OF THE MONTH. RANDOM READINGS.
A Good Example, 91

Abraham Lincoln, 181
An Autumn Leaf, 468

A Hideous Fact, 570
Children Over-worked, 472

American Women, 184
Election of Governor in Massachu- Christmas in 1873, 573
setts, 585

Dr. Edward Beecher on Future
“Euthanasy,” 557

Punishment, 571
Evangelical Alliance, 465

Guard thy Trust, 572
“ Follow Me," 87

Joel Barlow, 188
George Macdonald, 74

Mrs. Whitney, 185
Gunning and Fishing, 84

Nature's Travail and Expectancy,
Hard Times, 469

187
May Meetings, 72

“Not as a Child,” 477
Miss Anne Whtney, 283

October, 381
Miss Lucy Osgood, 79

Old England and New, 481
Mrs. Harriet Ryan Albee, 83 Prof. C. C. Everett's View of the
Names of the Pastors of the First Logos, 382

Religious Society in Roxbury, | The Co-education of the Sexes,
from 1637 to the Present Time, 567
464

The English Unitarians, 379
Our Magazine, 70

The Evangelical Alliance, 475
Prof. Moses Stuart, 565

The Frst-hand Witnesses, 571
Rev. George Putnam, D.D., 456 The Free Religious Association,
Rev. M. J. Savage, 376

479
“ Sex in Education,” 552

The Kitchen, 568
Thanksgiving, 546

Threnody, 381
The Hampton Normal School, 88 The Resurrection of the Flesh,
The New York Panic, 374

571
The Prayer of Agassiz, 284 Walking through Westminster Ab-
The Closing Year, 560

bey, 380
Transylvania, 466
Upward, 474
Vacations, 370
Village Life in New England. -

Keene N. H. -- Hon. John Pren-
tess, 75

NEW PUBLICATIONS.
Welcome Soiree to the Rev. E. H.

Sears, D.D., of America, 287 92, 190, 285, 383, 482, 574.

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Terms, $5.00 per Annum, payable in Advance. Single Numbers 50 Cents.

THE

Religious Magazine

AND

Monthly Review.

JULY, 1873.

REV. JOHN H. MORISON, D. D. Editor.

“ THE CHURCH HEARETH NONE bur Christ.” Martin Luther.

BOSTON: LEONARD C. BOWLES, PROPRIETOR.

NO. 36 BROMFIELD STREET,

Room No. 13. Second Flight.

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JUNE roses and the zephyrs of June, with its dewy mornings, soft twilights, singing birds, and the golden rays of its round, red, ripe sun, enter into the receptive heart; but in words they go not out again to strike the air or track their way along the printed page.

'Airs, vernal airs, Breathing the smell of field and grove, attune

The trembling leaves.” Much more do the delights of nature, such as these, attune the soul strung with the chords of a divine susceptibility, and give it a glow, a joy, a peace, too rich to tell. Much of life cannot be said or sung or written. Though of the making of books there is no end, yet there is but little of a child's sparkling eyes, sporting hands, throbbing bosom, sparkling, sporting, throbbing, within the arms of a fatherly, motherly Providence, that can be made into a book, - little of a good man's rest, in the embrace of integrity, of truth, and of God,

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