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THE

Christian World Magazine

AND FAMILY VISITOR.

1874.

"I XETER WANTED ARTICLES ON RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS HALF SO VEST AS ARTICLES ON COMMON SUBJECTS,

WRITTEN WITH A DECIDEDLY RELIGIOUS, JOTE."- Dr. Arnold.

LONDON :
JAMES CLARKE AND CO., 13, FLEET STREET, E.C.

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INDEX.

GLIMPSES AT THE East. By F. H. F.-

I. Native Ideas on Western Civilisa-

tion, 936

II. The Future of India, 938

Glory and Vanity of Science, The. By Rev.

Herry T. Robjobos, B.A., 721

GREAT MODERN PREACHERS-

VI. The Rev. James Martineau, 119
VII. The Rev. James Baldwin Brown,

B.A., Brixton, 198

VIII. The Rev. Thos. Binney, Once of

the King's Weigh House

Chapel, 241

IX. The Late Rev. E. L. Hull, B.A.,

of King's Lynn, 421

X. The Rev. Charles Haddon Spur-

geon, of London, 516

XI, The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher,

573
XI. John Henry Newman, D.D., 658

Guthrie, Dr. By Peter Bayne, 81

Have Animals Souls ? By James Freeman

Clarke, 855

Life in Northern India. No. II., 304

Message, A. By F.R., 921

Miss Georgine's Husbaud. By Lucy Ellen

Guernsey, 922

Model Missionary, A. By Peter Biyne, 19
OLIVER WESTWOD; OR, OVERCOMING THE

WORLD. By Emma Jane Worboise-

XII. In the Summer Twilight, 34
XIII. My Dialoond Scarf-Pin, 43
XIV. On Deadman's Hill, 96
XV. The Hud of My First Romance,

108

XVI. I Make My Choice of a Profes-

sion, 115

XVII. I Decline to Act as Proxy, 161
XVIII, Strictly Private and Confidential,

168
XIX. Wedding Bells, 253

XX. Polly Wins the Day, 259
XXI. Rival Queens, 270
XXII. “Will You Walk into My Par-

lour?" 321
XXIII. Mrs. Wray has Hysterics, 332
XXIV. The Cat and Fiddle, 337

XXV. The Wages of Sin, 402
XXVI. “The Peace that Passeth all Un-

derstanding," 407
XXVII. My Proposed Apprenticeship, 416
XXVIII. Dr. Birchall's Advice, 496
XXIX. A Pushing Trade, 506
XXX. The Cathedral Core House, 5 1

Early Spring, The. By E. J. E. G., 207
Fleet Street and its Associations. By J.

Ewing Ritchie, 53, 142
Fleet Street Wits and Publishers. By J.

Ewing Ritchie, 393
Four Months at Sea. From England to

New Zealand, 757
Friendships of Jesus. By Mrs. H. Beecher

Stowe, 275
Gethsemane and Calvary. By Mrs. Harriet

Beecher Stowe, 374

THROUGH NIGHT TO LIGHT. A School Board

Story. By Marianne Farningham-

Book 1.-I. Important Business, 1

II. The Pursuit of Knowledge, 6
III. A Narrow Escape, 11
IV. A Snowy Christmas, 15
V. The Close of the Christmas Day,

148
VI. At the Dame School, 152
VII. Mr. Winterset's Pocket-book, 157
VIII. “The Little Rift," 216
IX. A Change in James Dalesbury, 220

X. A Meeting of Men, 223
XI. A Promise, 227
XII. Mistakes, 308
XIII. Finding a Friend, 311
XIV. A Talk about Schools, 316

XV. Will She be Happy ? 380
XVI. The Love of Money, 383
XVII. The Burnt Stack, 386
XVIII. Only a Dream, 390

TIE

CHRISTIAN WORLD MAGAZINE.

JANUARY, 1874.

THROUGH NIGHT TO LIGHT.

A SCHOOL BOARD STORY.

BY MARIANNE FARNINGHAM.

CHAPTER I.-IMPORTANT BUSINESS. The lamps were lighted and the curtains drawn when Bertha Knighton took her seat at the piano, intending to spend an hour in the way which was most pleasant to her. But she turned one moment from the copy of Israel in Egypt which lay open before her to glance at the face of the man who stood by her side. It was a handsome, and in some sense a good, face, and it always looked its best when Bertha's eyes were on it. Lionel Winterset knew his own faults, and unfortunately loved them too; but he also knew that if any one could cure him of them, it would be the girl who lifted her clear, brave eyes to his.

“Well, Bertie ?"

“I was thinking that this is the very perfection of a birthday evening."

“ You and I spending it together ?”
“You and I together, and all the rest of the world outside.”

“And yet, but for my wish, you would have had a deputation from that outside world waiting upon you to-night."

“Yes, I should have had ; for I like all my friends with me sometimes, and birthdays are gala days. But I am glad now that we elected to spend it alone."

“It is very strange though that your aunt should have been so obliging as to have an engagement."

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