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1. PAUL'S OLD CLOAK. By D. G. - - -
2. SUNSHINE. (Poetry.) .
3. SELF-EXHUASTING CHRISTIAN ACTIVITY.

By the Editor. - . - -
4. NOT SLOTHFUL IN BUSINESS. By Z.
5. THE BABY WALKS. (Poetry.) . .
6. THE PHEBE FAMILY. By the Editor. .
7. EASTER EVE. By the Editor.
8. THE CROSS. By the Editor.
9. REDEEMING THE TIME.
10. THOUGHTS ON EASTER. By L. H.S.
11. A SCORE OF IMPOLITE THINGS.
12. EASTER HYMN. By 2. (Poetry.)
12. NOVEL READING. . .
14. RECREATION.

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