A Fragment found in a Skeleton Case,

Peace of Mind,


The Missionary,

t‡A Home everywhere,
The dying blind Boy to his Mother,
The Voice and Temple of Nature,


The Orphan's Hymn,


"O that I had Wings like a Dove,"


"Ye are the Salt of the Earth,"
Psalm ciii.,
Prayer for Resignation,
Psalm xlvi.,

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Psalm xxiii.,

The Star of Bethlehem,

Page. Chatterton. 55 Montgomery. 57 Anonymous. 58 Henry Moore. 59 Montgomery. 60 S. Graham. 63 London "World." 66 J. Brandon. 68 Southey. 69

70 T. T. 71 Southey. 72 Mrs. Barbauld. 74 Montgomery. 76 Burns. 77 Montgomery. 78 Addison. 79

From the Jubilee Herald.

The Power of God,

Ode to Disappointment,

On hearing the clock strike twelve at night, 31st


The World and the Gospel,
Paternal Care of the Deity,
Sonnet on the author's Blindness,

The Christian in the prospect of Death,
Blessed be thy name for ever,
The Heavenly Minstrel,
Comfort under Affliction,
The Heavenly Rest,

The time to weep,

H. K. White. 80

Id. 81

Id. 82

Id. 84

J. W. Cunningham. 85

Id. 86 Milton. 87 Cowper. 87

James Hogg. 88


Edmeston. 89
C. Grant.
Miss O'Connell. 91
H. K. White. 92
Conder. 93
Anonymous. 94
Charles J. Fox.



The Eclipse, from the Persian,
Morning Meditations,
On the custom of planting flowers on the graves

of departed friends,
"Angels sent to minister,"

Thoughts in prospect of Death,
"This do in remembrance of me,"
The Grave,

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Blackwood's Ed. Mag. 97
Spencer. 98
Henry K. White. 99
Noel. 101
Bernard Barton. 102
R. P. 103

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The fall of the Leaf, from the Russian of

"He shall fly away as a dream,"
The Harp of Judah,
"We wept when we remembered Zion,"

Sunday Morning,
Sunday Evening,
+God our Father, .


Translated by J. Bowring. 103
Montgomery. 105
Anonymous. 107

L. E. 107
Byron. 109
Cunningham. 109
Edmeston. 110

Death of a Believer,

The World we have not seen,

The Evening Cloud,
†The Star of Bethlehem, .
The Young Herdsman,
The Parting Spirit,

The Better Land,

The Grave to the Believer a place of Rest,

†The Old Man's Funeral, . Midnight Meditation, Sunday Evening,

Mrs. Gilman. 112

Comper. 112 He. 113 Anonymous. 114 Mrs. Hemans. 116

Logan. 117 Bryant. 119 Noel. 121 J. Bowring. 122 J. Wilson. 123 J. G. Percival. 124 Wordsworth. 126

Edmeston. 128 Anonymous. 129 New Monthly Magazine. 131 Byron. 132 Id. 133

The silent Expression of Nature,
Life and Death,

Song of Saul before his last Battle,
Destruction of Sennacherib,
The Haven, Russian Poetry, translated


Grave of a Christian, .
The Hermit,.
The Millennium,
Hymn to the Stars,
Hymn from Psalm cxlviii.,
Address to the Stars,
Destruction of Jerusalem, .
†Song of the Stars,

"That ye through his poverty might be


J. Bowring. 134
. Edmeston. 135

Beattie. 137
Moore. 139

Monthly Repository. 139
Ogilvie. 141
New Monthly Magazine. 144
Moore. 145
Bryant. 147


The Summit of Mount Sinai,
Eternal Union of Friends,

W. Russell. 149

Heber. 150

Death of a Christian,
The Thunder-Storm, translated from the Russian of

by J. Bowring. 151 Montgomery. 152 . Byron. 153

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Jesus teaching the People,
On the Death of a Christian Friend,
Lines addressed to a Ring-Dove,
"Thou hast made Summer and

Upon the Death of a Young Lady,
The Family in Heaven and Earth,
Missionary Hymn,
The Rainbow,

The Worm,

God seen in all things,

The Beacon,

++The Lily,

The Dying Christian to his Soul, The Rose, The Setting Sun, "Thy Will be done," *God is good,".

Epitaph on Mrs. Mary Mason,
The Parish Priest,

*On the Sabbath,
The Widow,

Hindoo Hymn-to Naravena, translated

by The Twins,

Sir William Jones. 183 From a London Newspaper. 185 The Christian Mourner's Prospect of Death, Anon. 186 Heaven, Anonymous. 187 Moore. 188 Anonymous. 189 J. G. Percival. 190

Pope. 191 Watts. 192 Anonymous. 193

E. T. 193 Mrs. Follen. 195

Pierpont. 196 Grahame. 197 . Mrs. Follen. 198


Byron. 154 Montgomery. 155 Bryant. 157 Caroline Fry. 161 Moore. 163 Peabody. 164 H. K. White. 166 J. Bowring. 166 Milton. 167 E. M. 168


H. M. Williams. 169
S. Wesley. 170
Grahame. 171
Edmeston. 172
Heber. 173

T. Campbell. 174
Gisborn. 176
Mason. 177
Dryden. 178
Anonymous. 180
C. Edwards. 182

†The Garden of Gethsemane,
The Jubilee-Levit. xxv. 8-13,
*All things to be changed,
tt" They went out into the Mount of


†The Death of the Flowers, Epitaph of Aileen Artore,

Pierpont. 199 Bryant. 200 Anonymous. 202

Dirge for Rachel
Hymn of Rebecca the Jewess,

Funeral Hymn,
Lines supposed to be written by A. Selkirk, during
his solitary abode in the Island of Juan Fernan-

Address to the Deity,


The Death of the Virtuous,
Love to Christ,

Cowper. 207 Emily Taylor. 209 Cunningham. 212

Village Church,

"Is there a God?"-Answered, Lon. Old Mon. Mag. 213 The Bible, Emily Taylor. 215 E. T. 216 George Herbert. 216 Mrs. Barbauld. 818 E. T. 219

The God of the Storm and the Whirlwind,

Oriental Illustration of a Christian Pre


Upon the Death of a Wife,
Silent Worship,

A Church-Yard Scene,

‡A Prayer, Parents Sacred Lyric,

A Thought on the Sea-Shore,
To a Friend under Calumny,
*Benefit of Trials,

The Curse of Cain,

Exodus xx. 12, .


The World Delusive,



Anonymous. 203
W. Scott. 204
Mallet. 205

‡To Laura-Two Years of age, Morning and Evening contrasted,. Matthew vii. 26, 27, .

Imitation from the Persian,

Lines written in a Mad-House, . Flowers,.

Herbert Knowles. 220 Lord Palmerston. 221 J. J. Gurney. 222 Atheneum, 223 Blackwood's Magazine. 224

Burns. 226

Ten Years Ago,

Adam and Eve's Alternate Hymn,
the Dutch of Vondel,
Praise and Gratitude on Jehovah's
There is a Tongue in every Leaf,
The Genius of Death,

Knox. 227 Edmeston. 228 Conder. 229

Jd. 231 H. R. 231 Knox. 233

Id. 234
Id. 235

T. Moore. 236

N. P. Willis. 236
Anonymous. 238
Anonymous. 241

Southey. 242
C. Smart. 242
Bernard Barton. 243
Translated from
Anonymous. 249

Day, C. Edwards. 255
by J. Bowring. 251
Blackwood's Mag. 256
Croly, 258

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