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Posture in Liturgical Services.
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28 'Relig. Com. -Memoir of G. Grant, ait
83 Serials New Testamento 10
T Cain, :y Tuo Seripture illustrated, No. 1. 20:12
Clerical Injunction assosida 74312
RELIG. COM.2 Memoir of Cliarles
thodismg Colleges, & ceaan.odtib, bəsociety for Poor Clergy
India --Public Instruction, savo hoitsiyane si Changerys South Amnes ferova
Inies ni vllodw gd Jone yer a'isovasta tsitam JS9002
0Sprinkling in Baptism lagu A10, 211 riage. Billo Salt. Duties-SanT
Family Sermon on Rom. iv. 4,5. 212 Dat iogs Banks, &c.Lord Bgron Jib.
Instrueting Deaf and Dumb... 226 omini) NUMBER VI.Jan'1'1
Switzerland--Modern Greek ib. Miscel-Negro Slavery, No. X.-
1 School forClergymen's Daughters.lib. Angersteini Pictures +Chinese
di duction of Stock; Alien Aetails France-Bulletin Universeloes393
Irish Measures', Smith faló vib. Italy-Pompeii i wodacébo jb.
India Caves of Elora; Burning
Scriptures WAV.T. ... 278 amily Society .....come sib.
Lyttleton on Human Reason.diu 287 Native Fenale Education in India 346
Rev. of Faber on the Three DisM Charities of England SISA ib.
Chinese Librarylist Paul's Ship-.tif e America, Iceland, Smithckie) ib.
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List of New Publications mibnic ib. MiscetGranamar Schools 2602... A19)
i Society vedovbodo obuwbuix 329 REv. OF=Memoirs of Howard (Cokikuu.'
4. Watt-Curate'sBook Sale-Lam. 17 20 Trainivg Children to keep the i
464 Rev. 08->Benson's Plans of Ser.
ib, Debatel respecting Missionary
American Tract Society.. toloo 'ib. | Man's Judgment; a Sermon, by
Speech of a Tuscarora lidian -* 456 Religious Instruction of Slaves,
Suquay-school Society for Ireland 457 "Immediate, not gradual Abolition lib.
India Birman War.. Wow..1461 New South Wales ...1584
RLLIG. COM.Memoir of de Mal Newfoundland School Society kaib,
rolles (concluded) ...wwwda. 465 Subscription for Mrs. Smith Pe**092
Deat aud Dumbrudd. 187 & Domestic i*
Absche Brothers 18.16.6666 498 siis to see T 4-iyul ylis'i
li cal Discoveriesus bab..sailvo A ib. Rev. Oft Bailey's House of Bonal)
Charo Missionary Society o...215241 Faber's Difficulties of Infidelityi ib.
Greece South Americas.lv1 627 22lV. Savings Banks32 SIR Howa
466, 628 .eli Davy;(Dr. Bir Clarken Philoen
(10 ....NUMBER IX. (691191 . France-PrizeQuestion; Oriental (T
kom. viii. 18-25.
Now South Walesi Elastinin cib.
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New-York African Free-Schools ib. Pub. AFF.-France; Theological
Domestic - Ireland; Pugilism;
ib. Bern; Basle; Canstadt; Vai-
Deaf and Dumb Asylum
Polaud, the Mediterranean, Pa-
REV. OF-Davies on the Holy Spirit 754 Church Missionary Society
Gurney on the Society of Friends ib. Act; Tread-wheel; Labour;
Switzerland-Catholic Pupils ib. INDEX to Essays, &c.
Russia--Compass Plates ..... ib.
Burman Empire-White Elephant ib.
For the Christian Observer. out of the very waves, and by which
they are pent up in one vast reser
voir, produce in the mind of him A FEW years since, for the res- who loves to contemplate nature in
toration of my health, I re.. her noblest and richest apparel, a solved to visit the waters of Lake state of the most interested and George, and the country adjacent. delicious feeling. What traveller This section of country is well has passed this way, and did not feel known; for, independently of its himself transported at the sight of neighbourhood to the fort and bat- Rogers' Rock stretching its proud tle-grounds of Ticonderoga, where summit to the sky? Often does the many a warrior bled in our Revolu- stranger, as he is gliding swiftly in tionary struggle, its scenes, in them- his boat down the lake, when he selves, are objects of great interest. comes in full view of this rock, reThe passing stranger can scarcely quest the watermen to rest on their refrain from feeling very sublime oars that he may contemplate its emotions, as he rambles over the sublimity in silence. I can distinctgrounds, ang surveys the ruins of ly recollect my emotions when I the old fort, now almost gone to first saw it. I had heard its story, decay. He cannot well refrain, if and the circumstances which gave he possess a tolerable share of ima. name to it, and fancied I could algination, from calling to his mind most see the bold Rogers, and his the heroes and struggles of other daring followers, descending its steep times. He will fancy he can almost and then icy declivity, with the rabear the savage yell, and see up- pidity of lightning, and the astonishlifted the murderous tomahawk;- ed and blood-thirsty savages, shoutcan almost hear the roar of thunder- ing above on its bleak summit, and ing cannon, and see fall the groups looking down with the keenest vexaof the dying. But grand, awful, tion upon those who so late had and interesting as may be the emo- been their prisoners, and who were tions which imagination and recol- to have been burnt alive on that lection awaken, while recalling the very summit, whence none but themdeeds of days gone by; they can selves would have dared to descend. scarcely transcend those which he It was such scenes that I intended feels, while he surveys the sublime to make my study and delight, as I scenes opened to his view, in every left home, and in two days arrived direction around Lake George. The at the borders of the lake. beautiful transparency of the waters, If any of my readers have passed and the grandeur of the neighbour- from one end of this lake to the ing mountains, which seem to rise other, they may have observed on the
eastern shore, about ten or eleven This affecting narrative was commanicated to the American Christian Spec- miles from the outlet, a little cottator in June 1823. Our readers on both tage. It stands at the bottom of a sides of the Atlantic will thank us for narrow glen, a few rods distant from giving it wider publicity.
the water's edge. A little cove CAIRST. ORSERV. No. 265.