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EDINBURGH: THOMAS CONSTABLE, PRINTER TO THE QUEEN, AND TO THE UNIVERSITY.

INDEX.

PAGB

GsoLOGlCAL Excursion, My First: A

Chapter of Geology for Boys, by

Archibald Geikie, F.G.S.. . . 8

Give us Air, by the Author of " John

Halifax, Gentleman," .38

Ooby-hunling, by P. H. Gosse, F.R.S., 384
Gorilla, The 464

Health, Light and Scenery as affect-
ing, by Dr. Angus Smith, . . . 236

Hen and Chickens. The, . . . 679

Hennas, The Shepherd of: A Christian
Allegory of the Second Century, by
Principal Tulloch 21

Honesty is the best Policy, by Hugh

Stowell Brown 76

Huddled together in London, by John

Hollingshead, 110

l5DTprxEEiicB, The Wonder of, by the
Editor 279

Innocent Illusions, by Ann Warrender, 086

Instructing, Duty and Method of, by

Archbishop Whately, .133

Irenreus, the Champion of Truth and
Peace, by Principal Tulloch, . . 388

Jezkbkl 468

Journey through Space, A, by Princi-
pal Leitch, 516

Kaisibswsbtr, The Blue Flag of, by

Rev. W. F. Stevenson—

1. The Origin of the Deaconness

Institution, . .121

2. The Aim of the Deaconness In-

stitution, .... 143

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Anici, Missionary Enterprise in Equa-
torial, by Rev. A. Bushnell, Resident
Mur-ionary in the Gorilla Country, . 623

Aldersboii. A Sabbath at, by Rev. J.
R. Macduff, 339

Alexandria and its Christian School, by
Principal Tulloch, . . . .613

AH about the House: The Good House-
wife, by Margaret Maria Gordon, . 91

American Telescopes and Astronomy,
by Principal Leitch, . • . 394

Apes and Peacocks, .... 412

Is the Brightness of the Firmament—
I the Slaw for ever and ever, by
I»»c Taylor, 162

l aw, by the Editor, . . .137

Bits, and the Art of Queen-making, by

Principal Leitch, .... 443
Beehive Close, The, by Madame de Gas-

F«in 687

Birds, The Domestic Life of the, by Dr.

W. Brace 835

Kind. The Ways and Works of the, by

J. Hamilton Fyfa, . . . .813

CilVi Brand, by R. K.—

Chap. I. On the Moor, . 376

1L The Ordeal, . . .860
111. "He lay down to sleep on

theMoorlandsodrenry,*' 422
IT. Mercy and not Sacrifice, 425

Cunls, 615

Canton, Street Scenes in, by an Officer

In the Royal Navy, . . .281

Catacombs, The Church In the, by Prin-
cipal Tulloch 481

Cerealia, The: A Standing Miracle, by
Professor Ilarrey, .... 478

Checks and Counter-checks, by J.
Hamilton Fyfe 589

Cb«a Kagpore, The Gospel in, by Her.
W. F. Stevenson 35

Christian Family, The, and Christian
Manners, in the Second Century, by
Principal Tulloch 180

Christian School, The, and Christian
Worship, In the Second Century, by
Princitjai Tulloch 69

City, The Owl s. by Walter Thornbury, 432

Consistency, by Archbishop Whately, 629

DiTOTios, Books of, by KeT. W. F.

Stevenson, 682

Does, Humanity to the, by Lennie

Orm<- 486

Dote, The Return of the, ... 50

Eutisi Prose, by KeT. Thomas
Brnitb 175

Errors, Supposed harmless, by Arch-
bishop Whately 254

"O, The, 344

fiiTH, Early Defenders of the, by Prin-
cipal Tulloch, 267

512
241
201
168

Pjre jn the Woods, by the Editor,
Pun-born, The Destruction of the,
Fuiroy. T. T.. r, by the Editor,
Joels. The Paradise of, by J. H. F., .
IriesUnd Cap, The: A Legend of Hoi-
I' ll Bet. J. de Liefde, .

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PACK

Miadfoot and the Starfish, by P. R.
Cosso, F.R.S.. . . . .610

Medicines, Patent: What they are, and
how they are sold, by Thomas Her-
bert Jones 371

Mirth, The House of, by the late Rev.
Edward Irving 620

Mortally Wounded, by Captain , 228

Musical Ear, The, by Rev. Horace M.
Moule 577

Names, Influence of, by Archbishop
Whately, 48

"Oin Famiubs," bar Henry "N . 631
Old Librarian of ISO], The, by the

Editor, 6T

Old Lieutenant and his Son, The, by

the Editor

Chap. I. About Old Ned and his

Household. . . . 256

II. The Old Seaport, . . 2G0

IIL Young Ned's Education, 263

IV. Choosing a Profession, . 345

V. Old Cords Snapping, . 248

VL New Cords Tying, . . 352

VIL First Lessons in the good

ship " John," , . 401

VIII. A Sunday at Sea, . . 405

IX. Poor Jack, . .450

X. Shipwrecks on Shore, . 453

XI. A Seaman's Friend, . 455

XII. Another Sunday at Sea, 458

XIII. The Boatswain's Last

Voyage, . . .459

XIV. Home, . . . .497

XV. Old Times, . . .501

XVI. Ten Years, . . .668

XVII. Ardmore, . . . 57;t

XVIII. In the Highlands, . . 698

XIX. Duncan anAJJoubts, . 5i>6

XX. Ned taking^undings, . 598

XXI. Morag 699

XXII. The Old Seashore, . . 602

XXIII. An Uninvited Visitor, . C04

XXIV. An Unexpected Turn, . MI

XXV. The Beginning of the End, G45

XXVI. The End, . . .667

I Girls, by a Manchester Man, . 533

Ol'R SUHDAT KVBXISfiS—

January, by James Hamilton, D.D.—

1. A Small Estate and t Wise

Economy 59

2. "Come unto Me," . . .60

8. NathfinacI, . , . .62

4. Borrowed Misery, . . .63

February, by A. P. Stanley, D.D.—

1. Light in a Dark Place, . . 125

2. The Heavenly City, . . .120

3. The Twelve Gates of Heaven, .12"

4. The Temple and the Light of

Heaven, .... 128

March, by W. L. Alexander, D.D.—

1. God's Regard for Man, . .189

2. Hereditary Piety. . . . lyo

8. Waiting upon God, . . .101

4. The Ever-enduring Name, . 192

April, by David Brown. D D.—

1. The Strong Man Armed, . . 243

2. The Stronger than the Strong

Man 244

8. The Unclean Spirit going out, . 246

4. The Unclean Spirit entering in

again, 247

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