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A CHRISTIAN'S WANDERI
OF TOR, DEVON.
“Rude thought runs wild in Contemplation's field.”
ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL.
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL AND Co.;
AND ROWE: TORQUAY; BY COCKREM, AND DOORNB.
INVALID VISITORS OF TORQUAY,
THIS LITTLE VOLUME
IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED,
in the sincere hope that they may be enabled by the Giver of all grace and consolation, to participate in the peace and comfort so mercifully extended to the author, during a period in which he was taught to sympathize with those who are afflicted by a “body of sin and death,” and to desire earnestly that the passing hour of their chastening, may be their entrance (by the sovereign mercy of the blessed Father of Spirits,) into His own holy and eternal rest. Hosea, ii. 15.
Tor, December, 1835,
The circling year again with steady course
Above the cold dark cloud where still he lowers