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A THRILLING BOOK :
REV. HENRY HARRIS.
Stories From Indian Wigwams
AND NORTHERN CAMP-FIRES.
Dr. GUTHRIE, writing of Mr Harris's works, declared that the author possessed “a descriptive power of no common order." All of his books are marked by a beauty of style and a spirit of fervent piety. The Montreal Witness said: "The style of the author is wonderfully picturesque, and the chastened imagination of the writer is displayed in every part." Feathers From an Angel's Wing.
Paper, 25c.; cloth, 50c. Stray Beams From the Cross
Paper, 25c.; cloth, 50c. Within the Pearly Gates.
Paper, 25c.; cloth, 500. Walks in Paradise.
Paper, 250.; cloth, 50c. Where He Met With Jesus.
Paper, 15c.; limp cloth, 250. Words of Life.
Limp cloth, 25c.
• BY EGERTON RYERSON YOUNG, Author of “By Cance and Dog-Train among the Cree and Salteaux Indians," etc.
Cloth, Hlustrated, $1.25. The graphic recital of the experiences of the intrepid missionary wbile in our great Northwest, as well as the numerous incidents picked up by him and given in these pages, form the most entertaining reading for our Canadian boys. It is scarcely necessary to say that it has a sale equalled by few of our publications, and in England and the States is having an immense sale.
A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
The Lord's Day Our Sabbath
W. T. STEAD
By JAMES H. POTTS, D.D., Editor of “ The Reviero of Reviews," etc Author of " Faith Made Easy," etc. Paper covers, gilt edges, 35 cpnne.
Revised Edition, 250. WILLIAM BRIGGS, . WESLEY BUILDINGS, TORONTO. c. W. Coates, Montreal. . . . . . . . S. F. HUESTIS, Halifax.
Hymn and Tune Book
CONFERENCE METHODIST CHURCH.
Paper covers, • • $1.25 8lso, 7} = 64 Inohos.
Cloth, . . . . . 1.50
This year's Journal is larger than any of its predoChoir Edition.
cessors, is printed on better paper, and has a new
feature that will commend itself as exceedingly 00n. Cloth, plan edgos,
• $1 60 venient namely, marginal notes in black typo French Morocco back, cloth sides • • % 00
throughout the part devoted to the reoord of pro
ceedings in the regular sessions of the Conference French Iorooco boards, gilt odgoun : 50
In view of these advantages, the slight increase in Slee, 8f x bf inobos,
cost over the Journal of 1890 should not be felt. As
size, 10 x 71 inches. Wo aro much gratified with the reception our now book is having. The largest choirs in the Dominion aro adopting it. The Metropolitan And Broadway Tabernacle, Toronto, St. James' ahoir, Montreal, and other large choirs have ordered it. Ono choirleader writos that it is *Conspicuous for richness and barmony," an. other declared “The harmonies are splendid," Rev. J. W. SAUNBY, B.A. & third affirms that “It 18 just tho thing," a fourth opines that “It will be hailed with de
Cloth, illustrated, $1.00. . Ught," á Alth considers it “A very choico selootion of tunes," and a Toronto musician
CONTENTS: The Land-Myth and Tradition pronounces the tunes as “Choben with exoel. - In the Ancient Days—The Scholar and the lont judgment."
Priest-The Struggle for the Mast ry-The TO PASTORS.
Samurai and His Lord–The Trader and the
Missionary-Tokuga wa's Triumph-Daybreak Pastors will And in this book, in each -Sunrise in Sunrise Land. edition, a coptous Index of the Hymns, “This is the best recent book on Japan that textual and topical, which is alono worth we have seen. Mr. Saunby was a successful tho price of the book. Over 1,200 texts aro missionary of our Church in that country for referred to, and suitable hymns attached, several years. He understands its history, its (The present index in the hymn book has institutions, its people. He gives a graphio aconly about 170 texts.) In the topical Index count of the land, its myths and traditions, its about 1,300 topics and sub-topics are to be
ancient condition and emergence into modern found, as compared with 450 In the old in.
civilization, the advent of the Western trader dor.
and missionary, and the recent causes which Whatover may be the subject of discourse,
have led to the wonderful national developsuitable hymns may be selected, by the help ment which has astonished the world. The of this new Index at a moment's warning. chapters on Daybreak,' and 'Sunrise in Sun
Wo would most earnestly request all pag. rise Land,' are ot marvellous inspiration-a ton to help the sale of this book by bring.
sort of new 'Acts of the Apostles.' The book Ing It to the attention of thelr chotrs and
has numerous engravings and a very handcongregations.
| some symbolical cover.”—Methodist Magazine.
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