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Conversion, a remarkable 381
Cotton, new uses for

431
Curious astronomical calcula-
tions

444
Childhood

447
Council to public speakers 447
Cultivate cheerfulness

475
Communication from David
Irish

487
Comet, as seen through a tel.
escope

495
Cotton cultivation in Africa 505
Cut nails

525
Curiosities in Crystals

539
Comets-superstition

542
Curious fact, a

551
Cheap telescope

555
Conversation

560
Cook, Rebecca, memorial of 580
Chicago reform school

605
Cataraugus, a day with the red
men

621
Capital punishment, by S. H. 627

reflections on 480
Criticism on vegetable instinct 451
Criticism on the essay relative
to New York, Y. M.

680
Charity and good spirits 731
Consul Harris in Japan 758
Communication from S., rela-

tive to revision of the Disci-
pline as proposed by English
Friends

775

D

808

Caroline Coffin

120
Susan P. Wilkinson

648
Hannah W. Dodgson
120 Priscilla M. Thomas

648
Mary Middleton
136 Letitia Gilpin

648
Mary Ware
136 Charles W. Bacon

648
Ann Shepherd

153
Anna Hawxhurst

648
Jane Rich
153 Aunt Becky

648
John Reece
154 Anna R. Martindale

664
Sarah R. Eves

154
Joseph Pierce

664
William Yarnall

200 Hannah P. Cadwallader
James Brown
200 Jacob Holmes

680
Ellen P. Mechem
200 Martha Iddings

680
Mary M. Thompson

200
Samuel Willets

680
Eliza H. Merritt
200 Elihu Roberts

681
Stephen Barnes

William Meloney

681
John Wing
201 Samuel Parry

681
Ann Cook
201 Daniel Quimby

681
James Matthew Prior 201 Nathan Cleaver

696
Ann Battin
201 Elizabeth E. Lea

696
Mary Ann Cleaver
217 Caroline Willets

696
Isaac Walker Williams 232 Thomas Fritts

712
Eli Matthews
232 Robert Smith

728
Elizabeth H. Brown
264 Sallie A. Hopkins

728
John Merrett

264
Olive Mosher

728
Dr. R T. Allen
264 John B. Cleaver

744
Dr. R. W. Allen
264 Caleb Spencer

760
Daniel Walker
280 Samuel Hadley

760
Irene Estes
280 Mary Burling

760
Esther Cawley
280 Rachel Marshall

760
Anna Longstreth

312
Isaac H. Bailey

776
Augusta Lathrop Williams 329 Sarah Warner

776
Wilson Morden
344 Charles Townsend

776
Letitia Poultney
360 Rachel W. Famous

776
Toomas Swayne
379 Elizabeth S. Hughes

776
Thomas Steele

379
Lydia W. Blakey

776
Isaac Bartram

379
Mary Neall

776
Sarah S. Rich

379 Sarah Maule
Mary R. Mott

393
Stephen Baker

826
Mary Gibson

408
Hannah Smith

826
Anne Lukens

408
Josiah Dawson

409

E
Gulielma Sisson

424
Catharine Wilson

424 Earthquake, the, at Naples 26
Jonathan Hart
440 Epistle, No. 4

37
Hannah Saunders
440 Epistle, No. 5

123
Susan H. Dorsey
456 Epistle, No. 6

181
Mary Hoops
456 | Epistle, No. 6

212
Oliver Mullen
472 | Epistle, No. 7

293
Lydia Mullen
472 Epistle, No. 8

324
Hannah H. Mann
472 Epistle, No. 9

437
Mary Shively
488 Epistle, No. 10

453
Thomas Farington
488 Epistle, No. 12

548
Sarah H. Baker

488 | Epistle from the London Year-
John Stone

520
ly Meeting, 1813

403
Lydia Townsend

520 | Editorials-
Eleanor S. Hatfield

520

Training school for fee-
Sophia Penrose

536

ble minded children 8
Charles T. Lundy

536

American slavery 24
John Stover

536

On the address to the
Mary Spencer

568

three Monthly Meet-
Alexander H. Hackney

ings in 1805

40
Margaret Calhoun

584 The religious revival 104
Micajah W. Jessop

584
Remarks on music

328
Huldah Jessop

584

Relative to the saluta-
Lydia Ann Jessop

584
tion

376
Joel Atkinson

600 Submarine telegraph 377
James Lippincott

600

Theologia, Germanica 378
Mary S. Clement

600

Relative to anecdotes
Mercy Stockton

600

by Isaac Parry 409
Mary N. Middleton

600 Grandmother's scrap
Hannah Palmer

616
book

505
Joseph Pierce, Jr.

616 Remarks on Tanner's
Mary Jane Frost

616

early history of the
Nathan Livezey, Sr.

616

Society of Friends 552
David Townsend

628

Tributes of affection 600
Susan M. Lewis
648 | Extract from M. Guion

50

Dalton, Dr. John,

29
Dead letter office

312
Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell 325
Day's three rules

344
Doing away with lawyers 399
Da Josiah, extracts from
his will

519
Death of Moses

625
Discipline of New York Yearly
Meeting

627
Disturbers of the Church 678
DIED:
John Janning

9
Mary Stedwell

9
Rachel Kester
Ann B. Troth

9
Mary Peaslee

9
Sarah Peaslee

9
Henry Pool
Caleb Shepherd

9
Jeremiah Potter

25
Abraham Longshore

25
Margaret W. Brown

25
Mary Clapp

41
Joseph Gilpin

56
Jane Wildman

56
Hannah Horner

56
Stephen Watson

56
Silas Wharton

72
Asenath Wasson

72
Rebecca Kester

72
Eleanor Schofield

88
Elizabeth Smedly

89
Henrietta Pratt

106
Mary Brown

106
James V. Dakin,

120
Mary Ware

120
John Hall

120
Charles Stuart

120

9

584

267

Extracts from Euthanasy 55, 264, Faith shown by our works 150 | History of Dublin, extracts
279, 296, 311, 430 Forbearance

from Whitelaw and Walsh's 502
Extracts from unpublished let- French slave trade

269 Humboldt

503
ter of Job Scott
56 Fox, Maria, extracts from her How to eat

607
Effect of the sun's heat

96 diary

276, 292, 309 Hancock, Thomas, M. D., bio-
Early plants, how to start 144 Fountain trees

341 graphical account of 613
Extracts from memorandums Friends Central School 379 Habit of forbearance

696
of a tour in Eng.,I. T. H. 151 Filial Gratitude

393 Health and education

824
Extract from lectures on Pales- Field, David D., remarks of at

I
tine
154 the telegraphic celebration Imitations of marble

72
Excellent rules
167 New York
413 | Indian speech

79
Emancipation in the W. Indies 190 Fossil footsteps of gigantic Influence of the atmosphere 207
Essay on the benificent distri- birds

445 Indwelling spirit of Truth

266
bution of the sense of pain 218 Flea under a microscope 463 Imagination

267
Eating and sleeping
283 Forethought

512 Is thy servant a dog, that he
Extracts from the diary of Ma- Foolscap

524 should do this thing? 340
ria Fox
276, 292, 309, 515 For the children

568 Increasing years, &c.

343
Extracts from Sundry works From the minutes of Third

Interesting statistics

399
on music, J. S. W.
307 ven Monthly Meeting, 1678 598 Into the sunshine

443
Eruption of Vesuvius
315 Feats of insects
602 Instinct of birds

519
Earthquakes and brute sagacity 318 From Cataraugus

621 Indian committee of Balti-
English dead letter office 312 Female dress and health 623 more's report

533
Essay on music

328 Friends a spiritually minded Incident of the epidemic 616
Echoes of the valley of life 331

people

679 | Indians, a day with, at Cata-
Employment essential to health 343 Follow nature

688 raugus

621
Emancipation of the Russian Friends public school in Phila- Irish, David, communication
serfs
349 delphia, rise of
692 from, on slavery

487
Extracts from William Law 361 First settlement of Friends in

661
Extracts from Theologia Ger- New York

712 Interesting fossil bones in
manica
371, 405 Fossil bones in Philadelphia 715 Philadelphia

715
Extracts from & memoir of Facts for farmers-grapes 761 Influence of early religious
Frederick Smith

387 Farmers' homes, H. Greeley 813 education, by D. E. Gerow 745
Extract from Woolman 405

Iceland

767
Egyptian Hospitality and food 425

G

Indians, a communication rela-
Extract, be kind
440 Glass, how to cut

57 tive to

809
Extract from minutes of Year- God's design in sickness 131

J
ly meeting held at Burling- Gratitude

150 Judge Hugh, journal of

1
ton, 1694
472, 489 Growth of our cities

220 Joy and trouble

256
Effect of Heat upon meat 492 | Good will in families

256 Japanese manners and customs 717
Extract from Whitelaws & Good influences never lost 295 Japan, by Consul Harris 758
Walch's History of Dublin 502 Gough's Apostrophe to cold

K
Explorations in Africa, edito-

water

344 Keep every thing in its place 445
rial remarks on
504 Geologist, the
415 Keep the heart alive

662
Extract from the will of Josiah Games of skill

439 Kindness to domestic animals 782
Dawson
519 Galvanic action of the earth 463

L
Extract from Lord Brougham's Gunpowder Quarterly Meeting 516 Letter from S. B. Walton

14
speech on West India eman- German Inn, a

559

from Willis Corkin 106
cipation
536 God is love, J. J. Cornell

599

from Joseph Foulke, re-
Early rising
536 Great ideas and small duties 624

lating to John Banks.
Excerpts, #. W. B.

599 Genius, common
sense and

Memoir

114
Execution of Rogers
603 energy

749 from Z. Jess to J. Bunt-
Extract from Law's Spirit of Greatness

831
ing

245
Prayer
643, 691
н

from H. on the Tornado
Extracts from an introductory Hunt, Gilbert

20

in Maryland,and Balti-
lecture in behalf of the Fe- Hill, Hannah, Jr., last expres-

more Quarterly Meet-
male Medical College 653 sions of

67
ing

251
Extract from a tract on the na- Haddon, Elizabeth, the youth-

from Humboldt

342
ture and efficacy of the Cross ful emigrant

102

from J. W. and R. W.
of Christ
660 How to lend money

175
Moore

366, 455
Enjoyment
676 Hunt, Wm. and Nathan 201 from Lady Guyon

373
Extract from a memoir of Jo- Harmony of science and reve-

from Joseph Foulke 409
seph Curtis
725 lation

205

from Wm. Leddra 467
Extract from Job Scott 740 Hub me shipmate

235

from Wm. Thorp to
Extract from a speech of John Hurry and haste

255

Richard Reynolds 488
Bright, of Birmingham, Eng- Horrors of the French slave

from a Friend travelling
land
810 trade

269
in Europe

500
Education, its present system 824 Human growth

from a young Pennsyl-
F
Hermit woman of the Alle-

vanian in Germany
Friends Reading Association 14 ghanies

322

to young women
Floating the Leviathan
15 Hope

393

housewifery and in-
Feeding the hungry
46 How shall I govern

440
dustry

569
Fable for the young
59 Happy fireside, a

440

from Bayard Taylor in
Father of Waters
71 Horticulturist

447
Northern Europe

573
Franklin, Benjamin, articles of Holloway, Hannah, remarks on

from John G. Whittier 649
belief and acts of religion

the life and death of 438 from an educated Indian 724

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Letter from Elias Hicks to E. Memoir of Frederick Smith 381 Waddington Ridgway to
Garrigues

728
Cadwallader Foulke 419 Anna Powell

776
relative to Indians 744

Thomas Zell

609

A sa Lippincott to Hettie H.
from John Thorp to
Edward Pease 659 Cawley

776
Richard Reynolds

Joseph Curtis 725 J. B. Nichols to Sarah
772
Peter Yarpall 753 Boyce

826
787 Memorial concerning Alice W. A sa Brown to Sarah Eliza-
from Mary Ann Schim-

Burling
275 beth Barker

826
melpenninck

787
Timothy Farrington 276

N
Law, William, extracts from 12

Ann C. Haviland 291 Newsboys' aid society 253
spirit of prayer 648, 691

Elizabeth Smedley 565 Narrow escape of a railroad
Leviathan, the floating of 15

Rebecca Cook
580 train

270
Losing all, a family scene 22 Mission of mothers

20 Not letting

272
Little things, little duties 53 Mosses

32 No scolding

339
kindnesses 77 Microscopic view of spiders

New uges of cottori

431
efforts 93 weaving their webs

41 Nightingale, Florence

459
106 Marble, imitations of

72 Nature and efficacy of the
pleasures 107 Macaulay's History and Wm. cross of Christ

660
sins

120 Penn, making bad worse 87 Not of the dead, but of the
things
270 Making butter
207 living

697
Literary Institute

110 Maple sugar of the U.S. 238 New Year and its mission 758
Learners' Department No. 1 217 Missionary's description of the

0
2 232
slave trade
316 On speculation, by D. I.

7
3 250 Music, extracts concerning, by Occupation, or the uses of a
4 619
J. S. W.
307 trade or profession

22
Letters

220 Music, remarks on, editorial 328 On the attendance of religious
Let us try to be bappy

398 meetings

36
Lesson for teachers and pupils 367 Mechanical force of lightning 479 Occupation of the Jews 64
Lawyers, doing away with 399

Maxims

543 Our surroundings, by S. H. 183
Leaves as a manure

447
Music of insects

589 Only one brick upon another 256
Light, the wonders of

547

Mammoth work-Artificial lake Oppression of children 272
Lectures on the early history

in Virginia

607 One man's meat is another
of the Society of Friends in
Moses, death of

man's poison

311
Bristol and Somersetsbire,
Manual labor schools, Gov- Ocean soundings

431
by Wm. Tanner

549
ernor Pollock's opinion of 760 Omens

462
Life

Mother's thought
796 Oaths

470
551
Library Association report 557

Martyrdom of Paul
804 Origin of various plants

479
Life of James Wilson, the blind
MARRIED :

Original depravity

565
biographer
Joseph B. Livezey to Elma Our relation to God

603
586
Lord Elgin's visit to Japan,

Haines
25 Opposition to error

709
appearance of the city of
Bennett Cox to Jane Smedley 41 Ocean level

765
Jeddo
Jabez Thorp to Ann Rich- Our spiritual strength

806
606
London Yearly Meeting in

ardson

41

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Samuel Holmes to Rachel
1675, some weighty matter

POETRY
agreed upon

Roberts

106 Stanzas to the mocking bird 13
616
Lecture of E. H. Cleveland to
John C. Remington to Mar. My sewing machine

28
the Female Medical College 653

garet S. Townsend

Prayer

44
Lessons of the season
Robert S. Paschall to Mary Over the river

44
669
Frances Paschall

312
Landing of slaves in Georgia 670

The pious old negro

60
Love watches

Ansley R. Govett to Eliza-

Gently

61
681
beth G. Jones

329
Little Falls (Md.) Meeting, its

The perilous shot

76
Nathan Evans to Cornelia S.
rise

Oh! never throw a smile
707
Taylor

361
Let us hold fast the profession

away

77
Joseph T. Moore to Anna Rest. For Friends' Intelli-
of our faith

723
F. Leggett

424
Let no man lean upon himself,

92
Elias Hicks Trueblood to For Friends' Intelligencer,
G. Dunlap

723
Mary Bunting

472
Lectures on agriculture

92
762
William W. Moore, Jr. to Rules for my meals

109
Lecture, an entertaining one 763

Mary E. Thomas

505 The child's prayer
Loving and sympathizing

109
791 Samuel T. Lippincott to Tongues

109
Let love be without dissimila-

Martha F. Pancoast 584 Fancy flowering on the stem
tion, S. H.

820
Henry H. Lippincott to Pris-

of faith
Memoir of Hugh Judge

125
1 cilla Parry

584 The gift of the Bible 126
Richard Cooper
66 Nathan V. Branson to Anna The forest temple

140
Hannah Hill, Jr. 67 W. Swain

600 Gone to rest

141
Şilas Wharton 72
Joseph M. Thomas to Anna Internal evidence

156
Susan De Benneville

Lippincott

600 'Tis difficult to feel that she
Keim
73 Edwin John to Rachel K.

is dead, N. P. Willis 156
Eleanor Schofield 88

Eves
628 The changed cross

172
Elizabeth Smedley
89 John Frits to Phebe C. Bird. Only waiting

173
Mary Brown
106 sall

712

On prayer, by an Irish Me-
Isaiah Brown 165 Thomas Cox to Dorothy W.

chanic
Samson Sherman 179 Cocks

712 Let us try to be happy 189
William and Nathan Christian Fritts to Miranda

A world at peace

294
Hunt
200 S. Gue
728 The end of affliction

294
Isaac Mead

296 Samuel Halliard to Ann Sharp 776 Mourn not the dead (E. Cook) 294

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On the death of T. Ballinger 221 Scatter the germs of the Ramblings in the Old Dominion,
Little Emily, S. A. B. 221 beautiful

652 Peaks of Otter

62
The invitation

236 Little Frock and Shoes 653 Reflections in a week-day meet-
In the morning sow thy seed 236 Labor

653
ing

75
Nature's ministrations
The Summer Angels 668 Recreation

159
(Wordsworth)

252

Linger, O gentle time 669 Remarks of T. Scattergood at
Lines on seeing a child gath- Almsgiving

669
the North Meeting

162
ering shells on the sea The Primrose gatherers 685 Remarks on the Yearly Meet-
shore

253
Only a year
700 ing of Philadelphia

168
At home in heaven (Mont- Avis

700 Reliability

171
gomery)
253 Sowing and Reaping 717 Remarks on dress

184
The cry of the children 268 The marriage vow

717 Relations of parents to our
By and by
284 God's gifts
732 schools

189
The bridge

284
The snow storm
732 Reflections on death

197
When the night and morning The 50th birth-day of Agassiz 748 Robin, a true story of

310
meet

300
The water and the flower 749 Remarkable conversion

381
The happiest time
300 Give as you take

749 Reminiscences of Isaac Parry
Be kind

332
The two voices

765

409, 457, 564, 741, 773, 804.
A weary life to have no work

Trifles

765 Remarks on the life and death
to do

333

Bringing our sheaves with us 780 of Hannah Holloway 483
Strive, wait, and pray

316
At sea
780 Religious Progress

503
Flowers

348
Why

796 | Report of the Indian Com. of
Tears

348
On silent worship
797 Baltimore

533
Beauty

365
Ambrose
812 Rats

543
Our two boys

365
The palm tree

812 Remarks of an Indian in Green
Reflections

365
A mother's jog
813 street meeting

550
The summer shower 380

Make your mark

829 Remarks on the communication
Lights and shadows

380
The work of hours
829 of D. I., by J. W.

551
Unseen purposes

380
Patience

829 Review of the weather 60, 126, 203
Song of the night

396

Pennsylvania Institution for 267, 345, 413, 475, 572, 620, 699,
To my herbarium

396
the Blind
38

764, 828
If the wrong side of hea-
ven, &c.

Philosophy of cold and mode- Report of the Library Associa-
412
rate winters
42 tion

557
Young again

412
Phenomena of the brain 59 Right living

587
The vision of God

428
Patience with children

94 Remarks of Wm. Wharton in
Winter amusements for Jane

Polygastric animalcules 110 Philadelphia Yearly Meeting 564
and I

428
The careless world

139 Remarks of Job Scott on the
Peep at Savannah
444

144

Planting box
Little by little

right administration of the
444
Productions of natal
174 discipline

596
The golden sunset

445
The fatherless

Punctuality

191 Report of the Female Associa-
461
The winds

Perfumes as preventives of tion for the relief of the sick
461
moulding
207 and infirm Poor

600
Autumn evening

476
Pure air

240 Reform School, Chicago 605
The early lost

476

People ignorant of themselves 272 Rural economy of the Gerinans 606
Another day

477
Paternal duty

303 Remarks and expressions of
Children

492
Preserving flowers

304 Sarah Taylor of Manchester,
Strive, wait and pray

492
Promises to children

383

during her last illness 623
The light of stars

492
Philosopher's stone

399 Report of the Central Employ-
Silence

508 President's message to the ment Association for the re-
509

Queen of Great Britain 378 lief of sick and infirm Poor 631
The house in the meadow 525 Protestantism in Italy 410 Reflections on capital punish-
The luxury of luxuries

419 ment

648
Judge not

447 Rescued Africans of the Echo 670
Prayer

556 Parry, Isaac, anecdotes of Report of Northern Association
The child and the wind 556

409, 457, 564, 741, 773, 804 for the relief of poor women 684
First-day thoughts 556 Physical education

468 Rise of Friends' public school
The battlefield
572 Pease, Edward
659 in Philadelphia

692
Lines to my youngest sister Preservation of forests 685 Remarks on the views of a
on her first birth-day 572 Power of conscience

711 writer relative to N. Y. dis-
The violet
573 Presidents of the U.S.

719
cipline

745
We two have our Autumns 588 Power of steam

720 Relation of faith to the subjec-
Earth's Angels
588 Professor Agassiz
747 tion of the will

791
An appeal for are to the Sex- Pennsylvania Training School

S
tant of the Old Brick Meet- for feeble minded children 792 Speculation, by D. I.

7
in'-house

588 Prescott, the historian 797, 820 Silent Meetings, a brief ac-
Silent Worship
604 Purple dye shell

812
count concerning

19
I will lead them into paths

Placido, Juan
826 Slaves, importation of

25
they have not known 604

Q
Squirming

45
The wise man's counsel, 604 Queen Victoria's message to Silver, two millions of tons
Laurel Hill cemetery by Mary the President of U. S. 378 Solemn review of the custom
B. Thomas
620 Quaker meeting
568 of war

90
For behold the kingdom of Quiet way of building up Sister's influence

119
Heaven is within you, by character

696 Statistics of the insane

136
Harriet Winslow

632

R

Showing our faith by our works 150
Faith, W. H. Barleigh 632 Rum, what it has done 51 Scattergood, Thomas, some re-
Nothing but leaves 632 | Religious revival 51, 74, 1041 marks of

Worship

540 Peace
540 Pearls

62

162
160

Sleep of animals
173 | Travellers in China

224 |

U
Samson Sherman, some ac-

The white sparrow
236 | Useful suggestion

95
count of
179 | The sponge

238 Union Literary Institute 110
Sense of duty

199 Tornado and freshet in Mont. Useful and the beautiful 291
Stephenson, George, the in- gomery co., Md.

251 | Useful maxims

332
ventor of the locomotive 202 | The blue-dye plant

253 | Usury

363
Slavery, the increase of, by D. I. 213 The British outrages, and the Use ot trials

372
Salutation of brotherly love horrors of the French slave Unknown voices

441
from Philadelphia Monthly trade

269 Unused powers

535
Meeting, 1794
215 The mocking bird

271
Sucking water from land 223 | The method of nature 283 Value of a drop of oil

329
Scrap from Euthanasy 232, 264 The toad at his repast 287 Victoria's message to the Pre-
Sponge, the
238 The useful and the beautiful 291

sident

378
Silent influence
264 The day's three rules

344 Voyage of the youthful
Story of a robin
310 | The Divine presence every-

æronauts

526
Slave trade described by a mis- where

347 Vegetable instinct

593
sionary
316 The harvest moon

367
criticism on

651
Statistics of impure air on The best things to give 368 Vessels, American, in the
health and mortality 329 Theologia Germanica

371 slave trade

684
Schools of cookery
334 The use of trials

372 Views concerning war, by
Sentence for the times 373 The telegraphic system

382
Jesse Kersy

709
Salutation from London Yearly Theologia Germanica, extracts

W
Meeting, remarks on 376 from

391 Weather, review of 60, 126, 203,
Smith Frederick, memoir of 387 | Testimony concerning Samuel 339 267, 345, 413, 475, 572, 620, 699,
Spontaneous combustion

397
Walters

764, 828
Sanitary measures on shipboard, Telegraph, Atlantic

395 Whence flows true happiness 98
who first introduced them 398 The Moon

398 Wealth of the woods

137
Statistics, interesting 399 The philosopher's stone 399 Wonderful mechanism of the
Stone, philosophers'
399 | The geologist

415 eyes of birds
Speech of David D. Field in Take no thought for the morrow 424 World at Peace

294
New York, at the telegraphic

The sea
427 Words of the wise

217
celebration
413 The walled lakes of the west 439 Watchfulness

256
Six pence a day
426 | The daily life

461 Word to the middle aged and
Sunshine, into
443 Taking of oaths

470 young men of the society of
Success in life
528 The rope boy

475
Friends

294
Steel, Thomas, a short account The little mendicant, Pierre

What is blood

319
of
598 Laramie

476 Walters, Samuel, a testimony
Study of natural history 604 | The comet, as seen through a concerning

339
Sands, David, anecdote of 611 telescope

495 | West India labor

346
Snow storm of olden times 650 | The barometer

599 Wilson, Rachel, anecdotes of 531
Slavery, by D. I.
661 | Temperance

512 Wilson, James, the blind bio-
756 The wonders of light

547
grapher, life of

584
Slaves, landing of, in Georgia 670 Tribulation defined

551 What is to be done with our
Spirit of prayer, by Wm. The young mathematician 554 Charley

590
Law, extracts from 643, 691 | Telescope, cheap

555 Wharton, William, remarks of 564
Sleep, the importance of 699 The book of Job

560 Witchcraft and agriculture 631
703 | The infinite value of truth 576 Woman's thoughts about
Slave cargo of the Wanderer 704 The right use of the eyes 576

618
Smiles
719 The present

576

something to do 618
Sketches and studies in Russia 733 Talebearer's confession 587

self-dependance 630
Scott, Job, extract from 740 The trials of life

596

female professions 650
Speak not often of your own The execution of Rogers

603

the mistress of a family 663
actions
820 | Three lectures on the early

growing old 683, 702
T

history of Friends, by Wm. Whale fishery of Nantucket 635
Thomas, Jonathan, a short ac-

Tanner

549 / War, some views concerning 709
count of

3 Taylor, Sarah, some remarks Wearing out and rusting out 731
Tenderness of spirit, and per. of, during her last illness 623 Will it pay

757
secution

7 Transference of vitality 634 War, the tax paid for, &c. 796
Training school for feeble- The salt, if you please 635 Winter shoes

829
minded children, extracts The rescued Africans of the

Y
from the report
9 Echo

670 Yearly Meeting of Philadelphia 152
The singing student boy 16 | The robin

671

Women Friends 169
The claims of society upon Things lost for ever

644
New York

200
woman
23 The first idea of everything 685

248
The earthquake at Naples 26 The capacities of animals and

Genessee

261
The revival
51

687
Baltimore

552
The tides
61 Teachers qualifications 697

of Baltimore of
The Father of waters
71 The aborigines of our country 698

Women Friends 601
The youthful emigrant, Eliza- The importance of sleep 699 Yearly food for one man 522
beth Haddon
102 The power of steam

720 | Youthfulæronauts,thevoyage of 526
The best inheritance
108 The news of our day
724 | Young mathematician

554
The wealth of the woods 137 | Thee and thou

739 | You must have patience 635
The mind unveiled

184 The new year and its mission 758 Yarnall, Peter, biographical
The last slave, his death, &c. 187 The true rest (Osgood)

789 memoirs of

653
The cocoa-nut tree
191 Training school report 792

z
The higher law, by E. P. 195 The martyrdom of Paul 804 Zell

, Thomas, a tribute to the
The rise of Coke
207 | The purple dye shell

813
memory of

609

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