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Esther, the little Jewess, saying " Jesus Christ is our Redeemer."

OR,

ASIA AND AUSTRALIA DESCRIBED.

WITH ANECDOTES

AND

Numerous Yllustrations.

PART I.

BY

THE AUTHOR OF "THE PEEP OF DAY,"

&c. &c.

Fifteenth Thousand.

LONDON:
T. HATCHARD, 187, PICCADILLY.
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & co., STATIONERS' HALL COURT,

1856.

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In the Frontispiece may be seen an English lady who went to live upon Mount Sion to teach little Jewesses and little Mahomedans to know the Saviour. That lady has led three of her young scholars to a plain just beyond the gates of Jerusalem; and while two of them are playing together, she is listening to little Esther, a Jewess of eight years old. The child is fond of sitting by her friend, and of hearing about the Son of David. She has just been singing

Glory, honour, praise, and power.
Be unto the Lamb for ever,
Jesus Christ is our Redeemer,

Hallelujah, praise the Lord;" and now she is saying, “O, ma'am, that's "sweet! Jesus Christ is our Redeemer, our “Redeemer: no man can redeem his brother, “no money-nothing—but only the precious “ blood of Christ.”

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