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1855 July 14

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Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1833,

By CHARLES WALKER, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Vermont. ADVERTISEMENT.

In this work, the author has fouud it difficult to preserve as much simplicity of language, and to adapt it as clearly to the understanding of children, as he desired, and as he was able to do in his former work, on Repentance. This is owing either to the nature of the subject, or to the want of proper skill on the part of the writer-perhaps to both. It is hoped, however, that the present work will be intelligible to the greater part of those for whom it is written. Many of the best instructed children between the ages of six and ten, will, it is believed, find but little difficulty in understanding the language and comprehending the thoughts of this book. And there are, it is hoped, but

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