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A CONTINENTAL SCENE:

Frankfort on-the-Maine, 844

A SCENE ON TUE TEES:

Eglestone Abbey, 112
The High Force, 114

ANECDOTES:

A good sermon, 252
A reconciliation, 184
An ungrateful son, 125
Honesty and conscientiousness, 352
“I think I'm half.converted," 350
Indian cruelty, 251
Mr. Wesley and Dr. Bunting, 183
Negro wit, 214
The Cornish miner and his Bible, 163
The divine and the doctor, 214
The geologist and the farmer, 214
The little stranger, 351
The power of gentleness, 252
The Prince and the stake, 282

ESSAYS, &c., conlinued :

“ Builded together,” 137
"Can He have mercy on me?" 99
Change of the Sabbath-day, 8
Charity, the forbearance of, 225
Children's balls, 9
Closing scenes contrasted, 97
“Company enough," 294
Detention by sickness from public worship, 101
Ettective Preacher, the, 195
First impression made by an earthquake, 42
Foolish son), the, 168
God with us, 167
Help your Minister, 227
How to spend the Lord's day, 196
Intemperance: its prevalence, 298-its causes

$32--its miseries, 356
“It will make no difference a hundred years

hence," 42
Labour a religious duty, 105
Man robbing his Maker, 289
Mormonism, blasphemies of, 263
Napoleon and Howard, 229
"Owe no man anything," 358
Parable, a, 297
Passions, the, 262
Pleas of parsimony, 33
Practical Evangelical Alliance, 364
Pupil-teacher, a, 201
Religion triumphing over poverty, affliction, and

death, 361
Reminiscences, 35, 69, 131, 164, 260, 326
Sanctified aflliction, 133
Schism : its fearful consequences, 104
Scripture truth confirmed by example: “Mine

own vineyard have I not kept,"'71--" Take

the little foxes, that spoil the vines," 129
Soldiers' reading-room at Woolwich, 329
The borrowed class-meeting, 296
The godly in eternity. 137
The one more trial, 231
Truth, the triumph of, 193
Unconscious falsehoods, 201
Wesleyan-Methodist quarterly ticket for March,

65--for June, 161-for September, 257--for De.

cember, 353
Who is most useful! 3
Why do so few enjoy entire sanctification : 7
Why do we not have a revival ? 233
Years spent as a tale that is told, 1

ANTIQUITIES:

Group of Egyptian sceptres, 88
State-carriage of Queen Elizabeth, 152

ARTS AND SCTEXCES :

Hands fire-proof, 230

BIOGRAPHY:

Andrew, John, 24
Conversion of a Latter. Day Saint, 61
Goldsbro, Thomas, 61

BOTANY, PAPERS ON:

Antirrhinum, 316
Campanula, 60
Cineraria, 156
Convolvulus, 348
Cyclamen, 120
Delphinium, 29
Lobelia, 284
Mallow, 188
Pink, 253
Poppy, 221
Poppy anemone, 92
Rudbeckia, 377

LETTER CARRIER:

Copeland, Rev. William, to his brother, 28
Thanks for a good wife, 150
Woon, Rev. William, of New Zealand, 50

Divine PROVIDENCE ILLUSTRATED:

The Preacher and the robbers, 301

Essays, &c. :

A voyage from the south, 821
Awayside conversation, by the Rev. T. D.

Baines, 4, 57
"A word spoken in season," 198
All washing is not cleansing, 234
Baptism not by immersion, 334

MEMORIALS:

Alley, Mr. William N., 349
Andrews, Mra, Mary, 154
Bachelor, Rebecca, 87
Battersby, Peter, 118
Beaumont, Mrs., 375
Bingham, Eliza, 87
Birch, Elisabeth, 280
Brampton, Mrs. Johannah, 313
Brown, Mr. Charles, 313
Burdess, Anthony, 87
Collins, Mr. John, 279

INDEX,

383

MEMORIALS continued :

Mis&IONS :

A Mission-journey in Van-Diemen's Land, 341
A stumbling block to the Jews, 62
A Wesleyan labourer for China, 123
Baptism of a converted Jew, 307
Jamaica : Conversion of a Jew, a Mohammedan,

and a Heathen, 160
Journal of Mr. Abraham Ben Oliel: Embarkation

at Gibraltar, 120-Oran, 121, 156--Marseilles,

180- Algiers, 182, 218_Constantina, 220
The Waldensian Church in Turin, 250

MONITOR, TAE:

Questions for sell-examination, 56
The swist walker, 242

Cook, Harriet, 374
Creeper, Edmund, 349)
Cumming, Miss Grace Hodge, 153
Dixon, Mrs. Sarah, 374
Dodsworth, Frances, 280
Doubleday, Ann Hall, 374
Elton, John, 87
Forster, Mrs. Alice, 189
French, Mr. Joseph, 280
Garrett, Margaret, 153
Horswill, John, 87
Hurlstone, Susan, 349
Johnson, Harman, 154
Kirk, Benjamin, 314
Mason, Sary, 118
Metcalf, Mary Ann, 313
Milner, Elizabeth, 118
Millward, Mr. William, 247
Ngawhare, Phillippa, 119
Norwood, Miss Sarah, 374
Oldrin, Mr. and Mrs., 188
Pearson, Mrs. Mary, 189
Pring, Hannah Mary, 249
Laynar, Anne Elizabeth, 278
Robinson, Susanna, 248
Shatwell, Mrs. Ann, 153
Smith, James Warrener, 314
Thompson, Charlotte, 374
Thompson, Jane, 119
Timm, Mrs. Fanny, 189
Walker, Susanna, 374
Walton, John, 119
White, John, 152
White, William E., 314
Wightman, Mr. John, 313
Williams, Miss Anne, 279
Williams, Mrs. Charlotte, 153
Woolmer, Mary Ann, 88
Yates, Sophia Dorothy, 118

NATURAL HISTORY, SRETCHES OB :
Bees, a beautiful discovery in the management

of, 48
Beetle, the, 49
Bison, American, 18
Camel with the mahmil, 16
Cow-tree, the, of South America, 16
Crab-eating opossum, the, 209
Flies, what becomes of the, 81
Golden eagle, the, 48
Lemur, white-fronted, 273
Monkey, green, 305
Oriental state-mule, 337
Oysters, happiness of, 146
Puma, or South American “lion," 369
Sheep, Parnassian, 177
Wolf.dog, Italian, 145

OLDEN TIME, SKETCHES OF:

A visit to the Boyne, 215

METHODISM :

American Editors, 315

ORIENTAL SCENES:

Chinese cargo-boat, 373
Ferry-boat on the Nile, 241
The Great Mogul on his throne, 55
The state-palanquin of Hindustan, 311
Tiger huniing, 216

OUR CHILDREN'S Conner:
Lights and shades of youthful life, by the Rev.

J. T. Barr: The adopted son, 18
My first lie, 210
Try back," 275

M18CELLANY OF EXTRACTS AND CORRESPOND-

EXCE:
A fable, 128
Active women, 193
Bechuana proverbs, 25.5
Benevolence and gratitude, 319
Coleridge, incidents in the early life of, 224
Eloquence of the hands, 319
Extension of the franchise to females, 288
Fattening young ladies in Tunis, 380
How to get good sermons, 191
I don't like to see, 254
Important, 63
Imprisonment for debt in Central Africa, 224
Jron the civiliser, 96
Mormonites, the, 29, 93
Newspaper readers, 377
Nothing to do, 348
Number one, 255
Old Moses, 126
On reading and thinking, 256
Patience, the power of, 63
Providence prospers honesty, 378
Public worship, 256
Re-opening of the great London synagogue, 316
Reverence of sacred things, 62
Sickness, the dangers of, 190
Slave-trade in Cuba, 192
Sunday evening, 128
The crown of England, 224
The hushing of the fear-storm, 222
The jungleboy, by Mrs. E. c. Judson, 344
The sere leaf and the drowning fly, 255
The white woman's captivity and rescue, 318
Time and Posterity among books, 253
Umbrellas, 223
"Vanity of vanities : all is vanity," 347
Voyage to the capital of Japan, 284
"Who owns the donkey ?" 154

OUR HOMES:

A living Christian conscientiousness, 368
A prayerless home, 54
Good and better, 368
Home, by the Rev. David Hay :
Its impressions and influences : The constitu-

tion and privilege of families, 21
Its religion, 52— The Bible and prayer, 83--

The importance and advantages of family

worship, 114--The family Sabbath, 146
Its education : Parental obligation and influ-

ence, 210--Direotions and suggestions, 243-

Encouragements and cautions, 276, 305
Its happiness, 338
The prodigal son, 368
The two wives, 213
Welcome home, 368

OUR SERVANTS :

Fidelity rewarded, 20
Sabbath observance : the baker who lost nothing

by it, 380
The pollard tree by the stile, 208
Treatment of servants, 380

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PARENTAL MONITOR

Corporal punishment, 179
Fatal severity, 241
The religion of childhood, by Mr. David Gunton,

177, 272, 370
The wife's influence, 304

POETRY:

A Word for Scotland, by a Scot, 83
Adoration, by Derzhavin, 27
Contentment, 151
God seen in the Creation, by Mrs. Sigourney, 152
Going Home, 124
Jonah at Nineveh, 312
Rosa Madiai in Prison, by Adeline, 375
The Christian Minister, 52
The heavenly Home, 278
The Lie, by Cowper, 51
The Waldensian Missionary, 247
There is a God, 180
“Thou God seest me !" by Thomas Mills, 214
Watching, by Mrs. E. C. Judson, 343

POPERY:

French Protestants in the galleys, 185
An auto-de-fé, 123
Maria Roberts ; or, the victim of Popish delu-

sion, 57 Monks burning the Bible, 185 Mr. Atkinson's challenge to Dr. Cahill, or any

other Roman Catholic Priest or layman, 93
Persecution at Florence, 317
Popish creed, 186
Relic of the massacre of St. Bartholomew, 59
Results of the training at Maynooth, 283
The bitter fruits of Popery in Italy, 376
The shoemaker of Hagenau, 92

PUBLIC BUILDINGS:

Balmoral, 81
Castle Howard, 281
Drayton-Manor, 184

REMARKABLE Days

Rogers, Master John, 64

REMARKABLE PLACES :

Mount Vesuvius, 113

SCRIPTURE ILLUSTRATIONS;

Lachrymatories, 24
Painted eyes, 249
Woman's department in Christ's service, 91

SUNDAY-SCHOOL, THE:

TEXTS ILLUSTRATED continued :

Genesis xix. 31–38....358
1 Kings i. 43, 44....337
2 Kings ix. 30....249
Psalm viii. 2....89
Psalm lvi. 8....24
Psalm xc. 9....1
Psalm cxxii. 6....66
Proverbs x. 1....168
Ecclesiastes vii. 8....63
Canticles i. 6....71
Canticles ii. 15....129
Isaiah xl. 29.... 162
Ezekiel xxvii. 7....241
Malachi iii. 7....270
Malachi iii. 8....289
Matthew iii. 5, 6, 11, 13–15; xxviii. 19; Acts

ii. 38, 41; viii. 12, 13, 38; X. 47, 48; xvi.
15, 33: xix. 3-5; xxii. 16; 1 Corinthians

i. 17; 1 Peter iii. 21.... 334 Matthew iv. 1-11....138 Matthew vi. 16-18; xvii. 21; ix. 15; Acts

xiii. 2 ; xiv. 23; 1 Corinthians vii. 5; 2 Cor

inthians vi. 5....303
Matthew xii. 8....205
Matthew xxi. 16....177
Matthew xxviii. 19....11, 140
Jolin iii. 5 ; Matthew xxviii. 19, 20....5, 37
John xiii. 34, 35....225
John xiv. 2....203
Acts i. 12....196
Acts xvii. 22, 23....77
Romans xiii. 8....358
2 Corinthians vi 14.... 207
Ephesians ii. 22.... 137
Ephesians v. 4....173
Colossians i. 16....207
Hebrews iv, 14; vii. 25; ix. 24...45
Hebrews vii.....107
Hebrews xii. 2....14
James i. 12-21.... 171
1 Peter iv. 18....354
Revelation iii. ll.... 258
Revelation xxii. 17....43, 74

THEOLOGY:

Aflliction, 47
All things are made for Christ, 207
Baptism, 110
Basket of fragments, 15, 80, 143, 176, 240, 272,

303
“Be ye not unequally yoked," 207
Christ is the only Priest, 107
Entire sanctification: its direct witness, 109–

profession of, 267
Fasting, 303
Foolish talking and jesting, 173
Heaven the result of redemption, 302
How can we bring the influence of Methodism to

bear more directly and extensively on the

working classes ? a sermon, 43, 74
Intercession of Christ, 45
Keep the heart alive, 143
Knowledge and wisdom, 272
Many mansions, 203
Momentous question, the, 207
Prevalence in prayer, 238
Reasons for baptism: 3 sermon by Dr. Light-

foot, 11
St. Paul at Athens, 77
Temptation, the, 138
Temptation and newness of life, by Dr. Neander,

171
* The joy that was set before Him," 14
The ordinances of God forsaken, 270
To the young, 14
Transfer of the Sabbath to the Lord's day, 205
Transubstantiation: a lecture, by Dr. Halley, 235
Unitarianism, 206
What is death? 300

A Sunday-school child, 80, 187
Absentee visiting, 281
Droppings of the promised shower, 186
Religious awakening in a Sunday-school, 349

TABULAR RECORD OF MORTALITY, 32, 64, 96, 128,

160, 192, 256, 288, 352, 381

TEXTS ILLUSTRATED:

Genesis ii. 18....91
Genesis ix. 20-25; Habakkuk ii. 15, 16 .. ..357,
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FAMILY VISITER.

FOR THE YEAR 1853.

VOLUME VIII.

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