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The scene around me disappears,

And borne to ancient regions,
While time recalls the flight of years,

I see angelic legions
Descending on a flood of light:
Amid the dark and silent night,

I hear celestial voices.
“Tidings, glad tidings, from above,
To every age and nation!
Tidings, glad tidings! God is love;

To man he sends salvation !
His Son belov'd, his only Son,
The work of mercy hath begun;

Give to his name the glory!
Through David's city I am led;

Here all around are sleeping-
A star directs to yonder shed,

Where lonely watch is keeping ;
I enter: ah! what glories shine!
Is this Immanuel's earthly shrine ?

Messiah's infant temple ?
It is! it is!-and I adore

This stranger meek and lowly,
As saints and seraphs bow before

The throne of God thrice holy ;
For through this veil of flesh I see
The face of thy divinity,
My Lord, my God! my Saviour !

Hallelujah, praise ye the Lord. Amen.

Composed by a poor pious man who died in peace, aged 77.

Jesus while reigning in glory on high,
On my helpless case, cast a pitiful eye;
S aw me in my ruin, yet marvel to tell!
E xpired in death to redeem me from hell;
Procured my pardon by shedding his blood,
How great was his love, thus to bring me to God.
When angels first heard of the wonderful plan,
A rranged by JBHOVAH to save fallen man;
T hey must be astonish'd to hear and to see,
S alvation provided for rebels like me.
Oh! may I with pleasure eternally trace,

N ew glories in Jesus, -His person and grace.
Saffron Walden.




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'HE fame of these Pills is now so fully established, that the Pro

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VOLUME VI.—1852.



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