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It is hoped that the following Collection will afford an ample illustration of the foregoing observations. It has been drawn from the works of the most admired poets in the language, and the Editor earnestly prays that the publication may tend to purify and elevate the thoughts of those into whose hands it may fall, and to produce a conviction that that which is morally, is also intellectually the best.

HYMN. [Kirke White.). .
From 'Religious Musings.' [Coleridge.) . . .
Hymn to the Saviour. (Milman.)

The Last Epiphany, [Pomfret.) . .

Prayer. (Montgomery.]

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Cameronian Midnight Hymn (Hogg.]

The Pursuit of Happiness, [Carter.).

The Resurrection. [Cowley.]

Night. (Noel.) . . .

The Tempestuous Evening. [J. Sc

To a Young Person with a Watch. [Carter.)

The Atonement. [Cowper.).

Shortness of Life .

Watchfulness. (Mrs. Steele.) . .

The Hermit. [Beattie.).

Youth's Aspirations. (Montgom

Goodness. [Pomfret.).

Moonlight. (Caroline Fry.).

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New Year's Hymn. (Bishop Middleton.)

Morality in the Fields. [Addison.)

Self-Denial. (Baxter.).

A Hebrew Melody. [Hogg.)

Emblems. [Rev. Henry Stebbing.) , .

The Drought. [Montgomery.) . .

Calvary. (Rev. T. Greenwood.).

The Revelation. (From Montgomery's 'Pelican Island.')

The Stranger's Tidings. (Mary Howitt.).

A Psalm of Praise. [Baxter.) .

Resignation. (Rev. Hobart Caunter.)

A Hymn. (Kirke White.).

Terrestrial Fame. [Pollok.).

Evening Worship. [Burns.).

Part of Sixth Chapter of Matthew. [Thomson.)

Warnings. (Quarles.]

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Hymn. [Toplady.).

The Hour of Peace. (Gisborne.)

The Spirit's Ministerings. (Rev. H. Stebbing.

On the Death of a Fair Infant. [Milton.).

From The Daughter of Jairus.' [Rev. T. Dale.). .

Ode. [Wordsworth.)
Vicissitudes of Life. (From Caunter's Island Bride.']

Vanity of Human Wishes. (Dr. Johnson.]

Rejuvenescence. (Rev. H. Stebbing.) .
From the Revelation, Chap. xviii. [Edwin Atherstone.)

The Life of Man. [Mrs. Ann Gilbert.] . . . .

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To Patience .

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The Messiah. [Pope.]

. 114

Extract from Klopstock's Messiah. (Roscoe.).

. 118

The Two Horsemen. [Rev. T. Greenwood.) ..

• 120

Adam and Eve's Morning Hymn. (Milton.].

. 122

The first six Verses of the Ninetieth Psalm. [Bu . 124

Temporals and Spirituals. [Bernard Barton.) .

. 125

Warnings to Reflection. (Hawkesworth.).

· 127

Prayer. (Rev. R. Mant.) .

128

The Song of Zion. (Scott.) .

. 130
The Saviour's Second Coming. (Milman.)

132
The Incarnation. (Milman.)

. 1.34
The Happy Spirit. .

136
Hymn. [Tate.) .

. 137
Characters of the Disciples, from Klopstock. e.). 138
The Christian Warrior. [Montgomery.].

. 151
Prayer. [Grant.].

. 153
Love to God. (Cowper

• 154

What doest thou here? (R. Skeen.)

• 156

Meditations in the Night. [Cowper.).

. 157

Maternal Tenderness. (Campbell.] .

• 159

To a Mother and her Child. [Rev, H. Caunter.) . 160

The Grave. [Montgomery.]. . .

A Christmas Legend. (Mary Howitt.)

Hymn. [Toplady.).

. . . . . . 168

Hymn. [Noel.) i

. . . . . . 169

Sunday Morning. (Rev. R. Mant.)

170

Virtue and Pleasure. [Fordyce.] .

. 172

The Captives' Song. (Henry Neile.).

• 175

Destruction of Sennacherib. [Byron.)

• 177

Divine Goodness. (Mrs. Barbauld.]. .

. 178

A Hymn to the Supreme Being. [Thomson.) . • 179

Song of the Three Children. [Merrick.) . . • 183

Elegiac Lines on Lady Seymour. (Mrs. Opie.)

. 189

Morning Discipline. (Vaughan.)

• 190

Grace. [Baxter.).

192

. This do in remembrance of me.' [Montgomery.) .

The Festal Morn. [Merrick.)

• 206

Wisdom. (Baxter.)

207

Hymn for Morning. (Parnell

212

Trust in the Saviour. [Grant.)

214

The Day. (Horne.)

. 215

Children of Light. [Bernard Barton.

215

A Dialogue between Death and the Believer. (Baxter.) 216

A Dirge. (Croly.).

921

A Funeral Hymn. (Milman.)

223

The Exit. [Baxter.)

294

Hymn to Providence. [Addison.

230

The Valediction. (Baxter.).

232

Psalm LXXIV. (Helen Williams.) . . . . . 237

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To a Dying Infant. [Anonymous.) .

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The Barrel Organ. [Miss Roscoe.)

330

The Footstep's Fall. (W. Jerdan, Esq.)

332

Love's Immortality. [Southey.j. .

333

Ode to Duty. (Wordsworth.) .

334

Love's Growth. (Rev. Henry Stebbing.).

3.36

Evening Prayer. [Rev. Thomas Dale.) .

337

The Palmer's Morning Hymn. (Hogg.].

339

Charity. (Richard Gooch.) . .

340

The Covenanter's Scaffold Song. [H

341

Instruction. (Cowper.].

342

Sonnet composed upon Westminster Bridge. [Wordsworth.)

343

Sonnet. [Wilson.)

343

Prayer of Jacob. (Logan.).

344

Fleetness of Time. [Bowles.]

345

Judgment. (C. Wesley.)

346

The Restoration of Israel. [C

347

Death. [Anonymous.) . .

349

Harmony. [Bowring.).

350

To the Soul. [Toplady.)

351

Invitation to the Feathered Race. (Graves.) .

353

Man's Vanity and Life. [John Clare.]

355

Frailty. (Hood.) . . . . . . . .

357

Evening. [Rev. T. Wickenden.).

. 358

A Church-Yard Scene. [Professor Wil:

359

Spring. (Bishop Heber.)

361

Lines upon a Butterfly. (Rev. William Lid

362

Moralizing. [Delta.) . . .

363

The Child and Flowers. (Mrs. Hemans.) .

364

Elegy, occasioned by the Death of a Lady. (Dr. Beattie.) 366

The Offering. (Josiah Conder.]. . .

369

Solitude. (Robert Bloomfield.).

370

Elegy on a Friend who died at Sea. (Rev. J. Lawson.). 371

The Grave of Howard. [W, L, Bowles.] .

372

Happiness. [Pope.) .

375

Easter Day. (John Mason Good.]

377

Ode, to a Sweet-Briar in India. [Rev. J. Lawson.]

Saul, the Persecutor. [Thomas Roscoe.) .

392

Study from the Book of Job. (S. C. Hall.)

393

From the Book of Job, Chap. IV. (Scott.)

394

The same. (Dr. Mason Good.).

Music of Nature. (James Edmeston.]

396

Watch! (Dr. Mason Good.)

397

Christian Warfare. [Anonymous.) . . . . 399

The Victory in the Wilderness. (Milton.)

400

Sonnet. [Wordsworth.). .

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