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THE

Christian World Magazine

AND FAMILY VISITOR.

1870.

"I XEVER WASTED ARTICLES ON RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS HALF SO MUCH AS ARTICLES ON COMBOX

SUBJECTS, WRITTEN WITH A DECIDEDLY RELIGIOUS TONE."-Dr. Arnold,

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

Per. 1419.2.100

W. SPEAIGHT & SONS, PRINTERS, 98 & 99, FETTER LANE, LONDON, E.C.

INDEX.

Ancient Answers to a Modern Question. By | Gossip concerning the People of Gotham, A P. W. Darnton, 151

By the Rev. E. Paxton Hood, 51

Bible Work amongst French Prisoners. By HESTER GOLDERING's SACRIFICE. By Maggie

Pasteur de Fay, of Brussels, 911
Birthday Lyric, A. By Lucinda Bowser,

Symington

I. What led to the Sacrifice, 9 312 Brahmo Somaj, The. By Henry T. Robjohns,

II. Little Trottie given up, 15 M.A., 721

III. Amongst the Mountains, 134 Camp Meeting in the North of England, A,

IV. Don Quixote and Diogenes, 139

V. Socius et Amicus, 141 CARRIE'S RESOLUTION. By Marianne Farn.

VI. Written by Pansie Trevor, 210 ingham,

VII. Violet continues the Narrative, 219

VIII. “Will you come, Pansie ?" 224
1. New-Year's Eve, 76

IX. Violet's Discourse, 285
II. New Year's Purchases, 78
III. Carrie's Brother, 157

x. Craigdallie's Reception, 291 IV. In the Waiticg-Room, 159

XI, Glen Tilt, 361

XII. After the Picnic, 371
V. Tidy Ways, 234

XIII. The Captain of the "Travailleur,'' . VI. A Drive, 238

433 VII. No Lope, 313

XIV, Showing the White Feather, 440 VIII. A Missing Letter, 316

XV. Mine own Familiar Friend, 525 IX. Lost, 394

XVI. Violet continues the Narrative, 530 X, Fonnd, 397

XVII. The Calm Broken, 607 XI. A Sleepless Night, 473

XVIII. Written by Pansie, 609
XII. Conclusion - Carrie's Resolution

XIX. Through the Snow, 614
Kept, 477

XX. In the Western Corridor, 688

XXI. Sorrow treadeth the Heels of Joy, Channel Islands, The, 543

695 CHILDREN'S HOUR, THE

XXII. Hester takes her Son into ConfiCarrie's Resolution. By Marianne Farn

dence, 698 ingbam, 76, 157, 234, 313, 394, 473

XXIII. How the Golderings kept ChristNellie's Hands. By Marianne Farningham,

mas, 762 554, 635, 714, 795, 875, 950

XXIV. Sanguelac! 770
Church of Neufchatel, The. By the Rev.

XXV. The News reaches Hester, 855
Dr. Edersheim, 102

XXVI. Pansie to Violet, 859

XXVII, “O World! O Life! O Day! O EXTRACTS FROM THE DIARY AND CORRE

Misery !" 866
PONDENCE OF HENRY SELWYN, Con.

XXVIII. Written by Jane Goldering, 917
GREGATIONAL MINISTER. Edited and

XXIX. “Thou art no mate for me, Do. Annotated by his friend Richard Morton,

nald," 925 321, 440, 536, 593, 706

XXX, Violet ends the Narrative, 931

How not to be Vulgar, A Lecture. By ThoFar above Rubies, 298, 426

mas T. Lynch, 161 Few Words about Lighthouses, A, 755

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George Whitefield's Centenary. By T. C. Life: Social, Ecclesiastical, and Political, in Tarberville, 881

Yorkshire. By the Rev. W. M. Statham, GLIMPSES THROUGH THE CLBRESTORY ; OR, 348

SIDE LIGHTS OF THE CHURCH. By Timo Lighthouses, A few Words about, 755
thy B. Vane, Esq.. LL.D., 23, 124, 276, Lightships, About, 945
353, 501, 778, 935

Linguists, Notes on, 620

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