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ORIGINAL FAMILY SERMONS,
PERSIAN FABLES, for Young and Old. By the Rev.
H. G. KEENE, M.A. With Eighteen Illustrative Ex-

VOLUME THE FIRST,
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CONTAINING SERMONS BY THE FOLLOWING DIVINES.
These Fables are, as they profess to be, taken from the Persian; but some

PART I.
rties have been taken in the translation, by adapting the colloqnies and in.

The Right Rev.CHARLES JAMES BLOMFIELD, D.D., Lord Bishop of London,
cidents to our own notions and usages; the same liberty, in fact, which the Per.

The Rev. WILLIAM DEALTRY, D.D., Rector of Clapham.
sian authors have made use of in embellishing the stories. They were first col-

The Very Rev. GEORGE CHANDLER. D.C.L., Dean of Chichester,
lected for the amusement of the translator's own children, and, as they answer

The Rev. EDWARD GARRARD MARSH, M.A., Hampstead.

The Rev. THOMAS VOWLER SHORT. B.D., Rector of Kingsworthy, Hants,
that purpose, may, it is prestimed, be found useful and pleasing to others.

PART II
XXXI.

The Right Rev. CHRISTOPHER BETHELL, D.D., Lord Bishop of Bangor,

The Very Rev. GEORGE DAVYS, D.D., Dean of Chester,
SACRED POEMS, for SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS. The Rev. ARCHIBALD M. CAMPBELL, M.A., Vicar of Paddington.
By Mrs. WEST, AUTHOR of Letters to a Young Man. The Rev. SAMUEL RICKARDS, Rector of Stow Langtoft, Suffolk.

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In this little Volume of Sacred Poetry, the writer has adopted the order of

PART III.
the Liturgy in the Services appointed for every Sunday and Holiday in the year, The Rev. EDWARD HAWKINS, D.D., Provost of Oriel.
commencing with the First Sunday in Advent. At ihe heart of each poem is The Rev. EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY, B.D., Reg. Prof. of Hebrew, Oxford.
mentioned that portion of the day's service to which the composition more par- The Rev. HENRY BLUNT, M.A., Minister of Trinity Church, Chelsea.
ticularly relates ; and, in many of the instances, the Author has thus shown the The Rev. J. C. WIGRAM, M.A., Curate of St. James's, Westminster.
reference of the Colleet to the Epistle and Gospel, or to the Lessous, according to The Rev. JAMES ENDELL TYLER, B.D., Rector of St. Giles in the Fields
the design of the Church in their appointment.

PART IV.

The Very Rev. IIUGII NICHOLSON PEARSON, D.D., Dean of Salisbury.
XXXII.

The Rev. EDWARD BURTON, D.D., Regius Professor of Divinity, Oxford,

The Venerable EDWARD BERENS, M.A., Archideacon of Berks.
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Scholars, in every rank of life, with progressive Lessons from that Holy Book ;

PART V.
and secondly, to supply devotional exercises to Christians of every age. It is in. The Right Rev. JOHN BIRD SUMNER, D.D., Lord Bishop of Chester.
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XXXIII.

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HINTS for the FORMATION and MANAGEMENT of The Rev. CHAS. LAWSON, M.A., Moming Preacher at the Foundling Hospital,
SUNDAY SCHOOLS. By the Rev. J.C. WIGRAM,

Part VI.
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VOLUME THE SECOND:
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PART VII.
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PART VIII.
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PART IX.
ADVICE to TEACHERS of SUNDAY SCHOOLS, in The Right Rev. CHIAS, RICHARD SUMNER, D.D., Lord Bishop of Winchester

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PART X
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PART XI.

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