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THE COTTAGE ALMANACK FOR 1869.
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Jesus in the House of Mourning.. By larly, and you won't like to Miss. 20.
E. H. 40, The Kind God. A New Year's Address for Mrs. High-Spirit; or, “My Mother said I 1869. By Rev. P. B, POWER. 2d. Also, They would not Come; or, A Word of was boru with a Témper." 2d.
Warning to 5 million Souls. ld., or 25 for 1/4 Mr. Clipstick's Clock. What it made him "What shall I Wear?” A Word to Young Think about the Old Year, and what it made Present Perils, and Words of Urgent WarnWomen. 20.
him Do in the New One. 10.
The Coming Troubles, and consequently We are all Good-tempered till we are Thy Future, Thoughts for the New Year. tried. 20.
approaching Glorious Second Advent of the By H. J. W. ld.
Lord Jesus Christ. 30th Thousand. ld., Solomon Sobermind; or Look before you Is your Soul worth Saving? By H. J. W. or 25 for ls. 60. Leap, 3d.
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The Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Meddlers, Mind your own Business. 20.
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We Spend our Years as a Tale that is The Lord ai Hand. By Rev. Dr. Seiss. 20.
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CHARLES BAKER. 60. Money, and how to Spend it. 20.
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The Divinity of Christ, demonstrated by Thoughts on the Love of God.
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Honey and the Honeycomb. With Wood. A Mother's Hymns for her Children, 21. Thoughts on Redeeming Love.
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A LOOK AT THE PAST. HE last day of another year has heard no more ; Christmas congratulations, gone, its days are past - its that were so sweet, will be felt no more in waters that have run so tem- this world ; plans that were laid are left
pestuously in many a channel, unfinished-enterprises are left stifled in hand over buried wrecks and their birth. Buds, that gave promise of
hearts' hopes buried with them, bright flowers, are blasted ; flowers, that
lie still and calm over all the gave promise of rich fruit, are withered. memorial of the past--and things that were Our earth, our country, our homes, are seem as if they never had been. The past disenchanted of half their beauty, because year
has rolled its waters over graves we did some who were near and dear, have passed not think would have opened so soon; over away like shadows from the dial-plate of wrecks we did not expect would be shattered time; and the place that knew them once so quickly; over scenes and sorrows, trials shall know them no more for ever. Faces, and bereavements, and hidden griefs too big on whom other days opened with all the for tears and too solemn for expression. brightness of manhood, begin now to be for
Who would have thought that its waves rowed with years—tresses that were ravenwould have covered the young wife, looking black begin to be thinned and silvered. We forward with joy to the prospect of a new are, every one, growing older-may we all love in connection with a new life, yet they be nearing eternal joy! had rolled but half their allotted number
The more we live, more brief appear ere she had found a grave, and left her Our life's succeeding stages; babe to another's care. To some it was a
A day to childhood seems a ycar,
A year like passing ages. year of anxious thoughts, terrible uncer
When joys have lost their early charm, tainty, painful losses—to others a year of
And life itself is vapid; sore separations-of wounds that a life
Why as we near the falls of life, time will not heal, sorrows that the reme
Feel we its tide more rapid ? dial hand of time will not be able to Heaven gives our years of fading strength
Indemnifying fleetness ; mitigate. Footfalls, that were heard like
And to those of youth'a seeming length, glad music in domestic thresholds, will be Proportioned to their sweetness.