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Statistics.
Statistics of Home Missions .............

Sanitary Statistics .........
Statistics of Suicide ... ................ 116 Labour to Make a Watch ..........
Remarkable Works of Human Labour ... 116 Exhibition of 1851 ....
Population of the Globe ..................... 116 Wrecks and Casualties in 1858
Coal Mines ............
116 Idolatry in India .......

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Human Life ............................... 117 Missionaries in China .................... 424
Christian Slaves ..

Length of a Mile

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Diminution of the Population of the Sand-

Periodicals .........

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wich Islands

329 Causes of Death....
Drunkenness .......

330 The Moral Condition of England and
American Slavery .................

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Wales .....

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State and Prospects of Greece ..

Island of Errom

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Canada .
423 The Post Offices ...................

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British Export Trade in 1858.
423 | Exhibition of 1861 ....

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The Lay Preachers' Corner.
"How Not to Preach" .............

112 Straining after Popularity ...
Rev. H. W. Beecher

315 Preachers and Preaching ............
Professor Park .....................

374 Martyrs Wanted............
Dr. Bushnell .....

374 The Minister's Tears..................
Dr. Cheever.............................

374 Preaching to the Point ............
Dr. Tyng............

375 The Modern Pulpit
Advice to Preachers ......

376 Pulpit Eloquence
The Preaching of a Minister of Christ... 410 Faults of Preachers ..........
Preaching like "Old Hundred "............ 4101

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Household Hints.
Mistakes in Family Government............ 32 | Education of Children ...........
Conversation in the Family ................... 33 | A really Good Wife ............
Science answering Simple Questions ...... 68 Indigestion and its Cure ...........
What shall I do with my Money ? ......... 69 | Life Insurance....

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Ecclesiastical Affairs.
Methodist Episcopal Church of the Independency in Glasgow..........
United States ............

Highgate Chapel .......
Politics of the Pilgrim Fathers ............ 114 Analysis of the Church of England .....
A Sufficient Pastoral Support ...............

115 “Surprise Parties"
The Sufficiency and Exclusive Authority History of Unitarianism

of Holy Scripture in all Religious Religion in Wales ..........
Affairs ........................................ 216

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The Christian Witness.
The Congregational Union of Canada ... 34 | The Indian Proclamation .
Memorial to Matthew Henry ............... 35 Progress of Popery
Special Services

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Poetry.

To the New Year, 1859...

48 | The Loss made up in Christ................. 288

“Boast not Thyself of To-Morrow” .....

The House of Prayer..

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Midnight, 1858-59........

Reviyal Hymns .....

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On the Death of the Rev. John Watson... 143 To the Memory of John Angell James ...
Addressed to a Pastor on Retiring from The Aged Pastor...........

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his Flock ........................................

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“ Pray Always" ...................... ... 144 My Lambs ............

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Lord's Prayer Illustrated ........... 288

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Teas, Coffees, and Spices sent Carriage Free By their own Vans, within Eight Miles of No. 8, King William-street, City, and TO ANY RAILWAY STATION OR MARKET TOWN IN ENGLAND, if to the value of 40s., or upwards; and to WALES, SCOTLAND, or IRELAND, if to the value of £5 or upwards. By this liberal arrangement, those residing at a distance can enjoy all the advantages of the London Markets for Tea, Coffee, and Colonial produce, just as though they were residing in London.

• PHILLIPS AND COMPANY,
TEA AND COLONIAL MERCHANTS,
8, KING WILLIAM-STREET, CITY, LONDON.

SUGARS are supplied at Market Prices. 4 GENERAL PRICE CURRENT is published every Month, and is sent Free by Post

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DECEMBER, 1859.

Oxford House School, Chelsea, London, S.W. The School Course embraces the usual branches of an English Education, also preparation for Commercial or Professional pursuits, and the Civil Service examinations. Terms—including Stationery, Laundress, and Pew Rent-from Forty to Forty-five Guineas per Annum. Principal: J. Paxton Hall, F.C.P., Editor of the “Guide to the Services." Referee: Rev. J. Campbell, D.D., London.

SURREY STREET, NORWICH. MISS LINCOLNE and her Sister, Mrs. A. BOARDMAN, beg to inform their friends that the duties of their Establishment will be resumed at the close of the Christmas Vacation. Music and German are taught by experienced and efficient Masters, and great care is bestowed upon the acquisition of a correct and conversational knowledge of the French language. The house is well situated, airy, and commodious, and nothing is neglected that can promote the health and comfort of the pupils. A constant effort is made to cultivate those habits which are indispensable to the character of the well-informed and Christian woman.

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