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Página 56 - To do to others as I would That they should do to me, Will make me honest, kind, and good, As children ought to be.
Página 376 - Dumfrieshire should establish banks for savings in the different parishes of the county. His zeal was applauded, but his recommendation was neglected. Steady, however, in the pursuit of his object, and rejoicing in the prospect of the benefit which he anticipated from it, he resolved to bring his plan to the test of experiment, by such an establishment in his own parish. To this he gave the name of " The Parish Bank Friendly Society of Ruthwell" Its capital amounted at the time of publishing the...
Página 380 - By CJ Kennedy. Is. Nicol (Rev. William, Jedburgh) on the Magnanimity of God as a God of Mercy. Foolscap 8vo. Is. cloth, gilt edges. Paxton's (late Professor) Illustrations of Scripture from the Geography, Natural History, and Manners and Customs of the East. Third edition, revised and greatly enlarged by the Rev. Robert Jamieson, DD, of Glasgow.
Página 268 - ... redeemer, made them willingly give up their bodies to be burned in the fire, for the glory of God, and the propagation of the Christian faith. Their constancy in their sufferings did amaze their bloody persecutors, and outweary the cruelty of their tormentors: and they rejoiced in nothing more, than that they were accounted worthy to suffer shame for the name of Jesus.
Página 236 - Assembly (viz., in passing the Veto Law), have done more to facilitate the adoption of measures which shall set that important question at rest, upon a footing advantageous to the community, and that shall be safe and beneficial to the Establishment, and in every respect desirable, than any other course that could have been taken...
Página 73 - Duncan's name, and we observe with satisfaction that the third edition of this pleasing narrative is just announced. In point of genuine humour and pathos we are inclined to think that it fairly merits a place by the side of the ' Cottagers of Glenburnie,' while the knowledge it displays of Scottish manners and character is more correct and more profound.
Página 195 - God so loved the world, that he sent his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life.