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The Editor feels grateful for the public approbation so universally bestowed on the Souvenir for 1833, and it has stimulated him to make the present volume still more worthy of the same, by presenting articles generally of a more elevated cast, both in a literary and religious view. As he did in the last, so he can in the present volume declare, that not one word will be found which does not directly or impliedly honour or advance religion. As a present, therefore, for a Christian to give, it is conscientiously declared unexceptionable.

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I.-Frontispiece. Likeness of our Saviour. En

graved by Ellis from a Picture by Whittock.
II.- Vignette. Engraved by Ellis.
III.- The Intemperate. Engraved by Tucker from a

Picture by Grenier.
IV.-Samuel and Eli. Engraved by Neagle from a

Picture by Copley.
V.—Mastiff and Child. Engraved by Tucker from a

Picture by Waffard.
VI.-Christ Healing the Sick. Engraved by Longacre

from a Picture by West.
VII.—Departure of the Israelites from Egypt. En.

graved by Smillie from a Picture by Roberts. VIII.—Happy Family. Engraved by Lawson from a Pic

ture by Krimmel.





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