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FROM CHANGE TO THE UNCHANGING
M. Firmingham. “Slow move the feet amid life's lengthening shadows.” (An old country home.)
Uplands of God, 145 THE GATHERING PLACE
Christian Worker. “I know not where, beneath, above."
Uplands of God, 207 MY TRIUMPH
Whittier. “ The autumn-time has come. ” (What a hopeful man might wish said at his grave.)
Poems, 351 LOOKING UNTO GOD .
S. Longfellow. “I look to thee in every need.”
Rev. H. & T. Book, 624 A GERMAN TRUST SONG
Lampertus. “ Just as God leads me I would go."
Sursum Corda, 93 TRUST AND SUBMISSION
Andrews Norton. " My God, I thank thee.”
Rev. H. & T. Book, 724 WHEN?
Susan Coolidge. “ If I were told that I must die to-morrow.'
Schaff & Gilman, 19. Sunshine in the Soul, II., 140 BLESSED ARE THEY THAT MOURN
Burleigh. “Oh deem not that earth’s crowning bliss.”
Putnam, 317 “ FOREVER WITH THE LORD."
Rev. H. & T. Book, 700 THE MEETING PLACE
Anonymous. “Where the faded flowers shall freshen.”
The Changed Cross, 9. MY TIMES ARE IN THY HAND
IVaring Father, I know that all
Rev. H. & T. Book, 502 THE LOVE OF GOD
Bryant. * All things that are on earth shall wholly pass away.
Poems, 149 FROM “IN MEMORIAM."
Tennyson. “Strong Son of God, immortal Love."'
Quiet Hours, II., 193 God's PRESENCE THE SOURCE OF ALL JOY
Dessler. “O Friend of souls, 'tis well with me.”
Quiet Hours, II., 150 FLIGHT OF THE SPIRIT
Mrs. Hemans. “ Whither, oh, whither wilt thou wing thy way?”
Quiet Hours, II., 188
I MOVE INTO THE LIGHT
Anonymous. “Out of the shadows that shroud the soul.”
Palace of the King, 101 LENT, NOT Lost
Anonymous. “ All is not lost that's passed beyond our keeping.”
Palace of the King, 123 NO MORE
Mrs. Gaskell. “No more, on earth no more."
Memory and Hope, 105 “WHILE THEE I SEEK, PROTECTING POWER.” H. M. Williams.
Rev. H. & T. Book, 238 “NEARER, MY Gon, To Thee."
S. F. Adams.
Rev. H. & T. Book, 621 THE ETERNAL YEARS
Faber. “ How shalt thou bear the cross that now.'
Unity Hymns and Chorals, 142 DEATH
Anonymous. Out of the shadows of sadness."
Cheering Words, 190 MEMORY OF H. N. S.
C. T. Brooks. “ This is not all,
- this fleeting
Poems, 147 DEATH OF A YOUNG ARTIST
C. T. Brooks. “The breath of morn and May.”
Poems, 152 GOD KNOWETH BEST
F. H. Marr. “ He took them from me, one by one." (Trustful through many afflictions.)
Chamber of Peace, 114 AT NOONTIDE CAME A Voice.”
Dora Greenwell. (A woman in prime of life.)
Sursum Corda, 273
PART III. - A GOOD LIFE.
IN MEMORIAM. H. T. TUCKERMAN
C. T. Brooks. “O friend, endeared to heart and mind.”
Putnam, 362 IN MEMORY OF R. H.
C. T. Brooks. " Lamb of God's foldi :
Putnam, 369 CHARLES SUMNER
Longfellow. “Garlands upon his grave.”
THE Soul's PARTING
Dora Greenwell. “She sat within life's Banquet Hall at noon.
Sursum Corda, 275 DEATH AND SPRING
J. W. Chadwick. My noble friend is dead."
Poems, 131 MEMORIAE POSITUM. (In part.)
Lowell. “Why make we moan
Poems, 381 A KNIGHT-ERRANT
A. A. Procter. “Though he lived and died among us. (Truth's Warrior.)
Poems, 18 FOLLEN. (In part.)
Whittier. "Oh, while life's solemn mystery glooms.”
Poems, 96 A LAMENT
Whittier. "The circle is broken, one seat is forsaken.”
Poems, 135 JOSEPH STURGE. (In part.)
Whittier. “ Thanks for the good man's beautiful example."
Poems, 238 THE BLESSED LIFE
W. T. Mason. "O blessed life I the heart at rest.”
Rev. H. & T. Book, 233 IN MEMORIAM
Gerald Massey. · Why should we weep when 'tis so well with him ? "
A Tale of Eternity, etc., 135 DEATH OF A CHRISTIAN
Mrs. Hemans. “ Calm on the bosom of thy God."
Rev. H. & T. Book, 715 BROTHER, THOU ART GONE BEFORE US."
Book of Praise, 322 A HAPPY DEATH
John Dryden. “ As precious gums are not for lasting fire.”
Quiet Hours, II., 163. Book of Praise, 169 SAFE
Alice Cary. “Ah, she was not an angel to adore.”
Poems, 137 “ HOW BLEST THE RIGHTEOUS WHEN HE DIES.” Barbauld.
Rev. H. & T. Book, 730 CHARACTER OF THE HAPPY WARRI
Wordsworth. “Who is the happy Warrior ? Who is he?" “ The Good,—THEY DROP AROUND US, ONE BY ONE."
Isaac Williams. Quiet Hours, II., 166
“GO TO THE GRAVE IN ALL THY GLORIOUS PRIME."
Rev. H. & T. Book, 756 TRIBUTE TO BISHOP HEBER
Mrs. Hemans. “ If it be sad to speak of treasures gone." (A wise and useful man.)
Poems, B. 1833, I., 187
T. W. Higginson. “ 'Mid the fower-wreathed tombs I stand.”
Scribner's Monthly, June, 1874. Putnam, 483 (For a woman heroic in suffering.) RESTING IN HOPE
H. Bonar. “ Rest for the toiling hand.”
Rev. H. & T. Book, 702 BEAR OUT THE DEAD
Haven. * Ay, carry out your dead."
Schaff & Gilman, 886 REST
Euphemia Saxby. “ It was Thy will, my Father."
Quiet Hours, I., 144 THE GATE OF HEAVEN.
Disciples Hymn Book. “She stood outside the gate of Heaven." (For an ill life.)
Quiet Hours, I., 162 “AH, WELL! SHE HAD HER WILL.'
Sursum Corda, 279 (For one who suffered secretly, and was misunderstood.) ON HIS BLINDNESS
Milton. (For one blind.) “Thou KNOWEST, LORD, THE WEARINESS AND SORROW.”
Sursum Corda, 30 FROM “MIRIAM."
Whittier. “Wherever through the ages rise the altars of self-sacrifice.”
Poems, 342 “Going HOME.”
Anonymous. “ “ Heimgang!' So the German people." (For a German family.)
Uplands of God, 53 THE SWEET SURPRISE. (In part.)
Anonymous. “ Down to the borders of the silent land.” (For one who lingered.)
Uplands of God, 69
The E’EN BRINGS A' HAME.
Anonymous. "Upon the hills the wind is sharp and cold.”
Shadow of the Rock, 68 GONE HOME
Anonymous. Gone homei She lingers here no longer.”
The Changed Cross, 211 CALLED ASIDE
Anonymous. “Called aside, - from the glad working of thy busy life.”
Palace of the King, 94. GOOD-NIGHT
Anonymous. "If I could only lay me down to rest.”
Palace of the King, 130 OUR CALVARY
F. P. Cobbe. “God draws a cloud
over each gleaming morn."
Unity Hymns and Chorals, 148 THE CHAMBER OF PEACE
Anonymons. “ After the burden and heat of the day.” (The serenity of the dead.)
The Chamber of Peace, 5 CHARLOTTE CUSHMAN
C. T. Brooks. “For wast not thou, too, going forth alone.”
THE DEATH OF CHILDREN
J. Q. Adams. “ Sure to the mansions of the blest."
Putnam 12 “SHE IS NOT DEAD, BUT SLEEPETH.”
Putnam, 165 To J. S.
W. W. Story:
Poems, 1856, 228 THE CHILD'S PICTURE
F. E. Abbot. "Little face, so sweet, so fair.”
Quiet Hours, I., 155 “CHILDISH FEET ARE STRAYING HOMEWARD.”.
Bartholomew, “The Comforter." WHERE?
J. W. Chadwick. “That is her body lying there."
Poems, 145 KINSMAN
IVhittier. “Where ceaseless Spring her garland twines. (One dying away from home.)