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LONDON: FRANCIS & JOHN RIVINGTON, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE.
COTTAGER'S MONTHLY VISITOR.
Dialogue on the New Year
The Christian's Death
On Praying in the Name of Christ 4 The Economy of Cleanliness 20
Richmond Provident and Clothing A Child's Prayer
Club 5 Manasseh
Patience under Trials 7 Greenwich Hospital
“Watch unto Prayer"
ib. Illustrations of Scripture-Sharon 26
Thoughts for the Labourer.
Ditto-Shepherds in Palestine 27
Avoiding Bad Company 10 Wonderful Escape from Drowning 28
ib. Domestic Economy of the Labour-
The Sabbath-Day 11 ing Classes..
12 Extracts from various Authors.. 34
The Day of Trouble
ib. Extracts from Newspapers,
Allotments of Land 13 &c.
A Sure Refuge
DIALOGUE ON THE NEW YEAR.
Thomas Thoughtful. Mary, there are many thoughts that
occur to me in the beginning of a new year, that, I am
sorry to say, don't strike me so mnych at any other time.
Mary. Well, what şart of thoughts are they? Per-
haps I may be able to say the sames and then we shall
be of the same mind in; that as we are in all other things.
Thomas. Why, I něxer can help thinking over and
over again of things that I have been neglecting, or
else only half doing, all through the year that's gone by.
I believe every Christian makes a point of exercising
self-examination at this time more seriously than ever
besides; but I don't seem to be able to help it, whether
I would or not.
Mary. I dare say, Thomas, it's just for the same
as when your poor mother died last year, you
remember how we both sat in her room, where the corpse
was laid, and couldn't help thinking again and again of
every little thing that we had ever done to disturb her,
and every thing we hadn't done to comfort her, while she
was alive. How we sat and cried, to think that we