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RELIGIOUS AND LITERARY JOURNAL



EDITED BY ROBERT SMITH.



VOKUME XVZ.



PHILADELPHIA— PRINTED BY JOSEPH & WILLIAM KITE.
1843.



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INDEX



Ancient ground, the, 14.

AfFghanistan, scenes in, 17.

American trees, 27.

Alligator, capture of an, 51.

American circumferenter, 82.

Apple trees, neiv method of grafting, 107.

Ants, contrivances of, 112.

Abolition of slavery in Tunis, 13!).

American slaver on the coast of Africa, 148.

Atmospheric phenomena, 152.

Analogies of animal and vegetable organization, 153.

American beef, 180.

American visiters, 180.

Alford James, 215.

American tin, 218.

Abolition of slavery in Uruguay, 223.

An aphorism, 236.

Asylum, Friends', 237.

Agricultural anecdote, 240.

Antarctic expedition, 244.

Arts, the society of, 249.

Agricultural, 260.

Amos, the prophet, 262.

Adult coloured persons, report of association for the

instruction of, 263.
Apples preserved in plaster, 263.
Ashes on corn, 266.
Ark of the covenant, 277.
Adam, T., extract, 278.
Apologies, 279.
Ashes and plaster, 288.
Acid wood, its effect on salt and bnlter, 332.
Asphaltum or Pitch Lake of Tiinidad, 345.
Apple trees, a wash for, 356.
Aquatic plants, 359.
Animal poisons, 359.
Antiquarian researches, &,c., 373, 379, 392, 397, 406,

415.
Abolition and the Sociuty of Friends, 374.
American fruit abroad, 405.

Bird, remarkable case of instinct in a, 11.

Bigapple, a, 18.

Barclay family, 22, 29, 37, 45.

Bacon and beans, 68.

Brewster, extract, 68.



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at the I



e, 83.



Brand plucked from the burning, a, 98.

Barclay's apology, extract, 103.

Bread, 106.

Boston lunatic hospital, 107.

Browne, Edward, 134, 140.

Berry, Mary, 150.

Bible, circulation of the, 151.

Buwnas, Samuel, 159.

Benefits of retirement, 162.

Backhouse, James, extract of letter from, 163.

Boston and Cincinnati, 163.

Benezet, Anthony, leticr from, 173.

Breath, quantity of, in man and woman, 218.

Birds, a plea for, 234.

Bee, in praise of the, 243.

Bowly, Hannah, 261.

Bible for the blind, 271.

Brown, Thomas, 276.

Bible, translator of the, 279.

Bridgman, Laura, 281, 297, 305, 313.

Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be
saved, 2Ii6.

Brute intelligence, 298.

Benevolence, extraordinary, 316.

Boundaries between the respective meetings in Phila-
delphia, 332.

Bees, cultivation of, 332.

Beans, planting, 347.



Bees, 354, 362.

Bass, Mary, 367.

Bell, Ann Mercy, 390, 396, 414.

Bleeding at the nose, 400.

Be not irresolute, 408.

Barclay's Apology, 408.

Camphor tree, 8.

Charcoal on vegetation, effects of, 10.

Carney, Richard, 12.

Capital punishments, the impropriety of, 33, 41, 49,

57, 65.
Commerce of New Orleans, 59.
Chatterton, lady, extract, 64,
Compound interest, 68.
Changeable flower, 68.
Curious workmanship, 83.
Chickory in coffee, 112.
Cheap pleasure, a, 124.
Comparative health in great cities, 128.
Croliin works, 128.
Christianity, evidences of, 138.
Coloured orphans, report of the New York Association

for benefit of, 155.
Chimney sweepers, 163.
Charitable institutions, our, 176.
Cows, 176.

Christian invitation, a, 182.
Convict, remarkable case of a repentant, 203.
Corporal punishment, 207, 217,273,289.
Cash and credit, 211.
Comets, 219.

Cresson, Sarah, testimony concerning, 229.
Caution, 263.
Cast iron buildings, 284.
Comet of 1 843 to appear again in 1 865, 290.
Corn broad cast, 291.
Camellias, 300.

Cruickshank, Alexander, account of, &c., 303.
Conquer with kindness, 314.
Chester Monthly Meeting, 316.
Carrier pigeon, anecdote of, 330.
Celery, effects of salt upon, 332.
Cod, mackarel, and herring fisheries, 353, 361.
Comet, 356.

Cape Cod, an exciting scene at, -356.
Child's first lessons in falsehood, 378.
Curious facts, 402.

Davis, John, 70, 78, 85, 94, 100.

Darling, Grace, 81.

Doctors, 96.

Destructive fire, 112.

Dialogue gn music, 175.

Deliberative Assemblies, 232.

Daily reading of the Scriptures, 271.

Dyer, Samuel, 285.

Deceivers, 291.

Doctrines and testimonies of Friends, essay on the, 342.

Dog, an intelligent, 360.

Oelcclion, secret and open, 382.

Dog, anecdote of, 408.

Deaths.— Martha Topper, 8; Peninah Albertson, Han-
nah Parker, Rebecca L. Gaskill, 12; Hannah Dug-
dale, Elizabeth Woodward, James Vaux, Samuel
Mason, 28 ; Susanna Hogeland, Samuel T. Ricks,
44 ; Abner Mendenhall, Ann Humphreys, 56 ; Phebe
Jane Birdsall, 60; Sarah Morris, 61 ; Lydia H. Gib-
bons, Samuel Biddle, Ann Rotch, 72 ; Martha Han-
cock, 80 ; Lydia Ann Satlerlhwaile, 88 ; Mary Tuft,
Mary Coates, 96; Deborah Jones, Henry C. Wil-
liams, John Dukehart, Mary B. Cope, Catharine
Sheppard, 104; Elizabeth S. Temple, Daniel H.
Wanzer, Henry Wanzer, 108; Rebecca Garrett Bid-



die, Beulah Lamborn, 112; Agnes Page, Abigail
Stockton, 116 ; Lois Philbrick, Hannah Huntington,
120; Abigail Rogers, Eve Wood, 128 ; Emma Pen-
nington, Charles Cotfin, J36 ; Oliver Winslow, Mercy
Warren, Moses Starkey, Sarah Sharpless, Abigail
Smith, Garrett Levis, Hannah Hollinshead, 144 ;
Hannah Lownes, Charles Lewis, 152; William Evans,
156; Charles Allen, Sarah Keese, Betsy Chase, Han-
nah N. Pope, George Cooper, Elizabeth L. Steer, 164 ;
Mary Hudson, 172; Ruth J. Di.xon, 180; Loyd
Baily, Samuel Rhoads, 188; Comfort H. Winslow,
Henry Charles Wright, Lydia Wheeler, 196; Ba-
sheba H. Bliss, 204 ; Mary Pettit, 208 ; William
Hallowell, Judith Maris, Elizabeth Newbold, 216;
Daniel Carlile, Elizabeth Cailile, Caleb W. Taylor,
Susanna Barton, 224 ; Silas Earle, Margaret Brown,
Elizabeth West, Samuel Trimble, Alice Woolman,
228; James Heald, Elizabeth Haines, Joseph Strat-
ton, 240 ; Isaac Weaver, John Letchworth, 244 ;
Thomas Smart, 248; Benjamin Buffington, Patience
Sleeper, Elizabeth F. Satterthwait, Edith Jeffries,
Jane B. Haines, 260 ; Ehzabelh R. Valentine, 272 ;
Joseph Canby, Joseph Terrell, 280 ; Mary Pleasants,
288; Elizabeth Dawson, Sally Knowles, Patience
Mesher, 236; Ebenczer Haviland, Thomas Booth,
Abigail Dixon, 304; Thomas Paxson, 312; Eliza-
beth Hoag, Huldah B. Hoag, Rachel Long, 320 ;
Susan Bell, 328; Philip Millar, John Wood, Hannah
Ring, John Cannaday, Elizabeth Edwards, 340;
Lewis Fope, 384 ; Elizabeth Haines, 388 ; James
Chace, 408; Mary Pennock, Judith Pennock, Han-
nah Wanzer, Anna Carslake, Emily Newbold, 416.

Extracts, 26, 58, 59, 72, 104, 107, 124, 168, ISO, 187,
190, 235, 236, 2.39, 244, 247, 272,316, 319, 320, 325,
336, 341, 358. 360, 368, 372, 379, 3*0, 392, 407.

Education in the slave-holding states, 42.

Elephant, anecdote oti 82.

Electric communication, 83.

Egypt, notes on, 138, 145.

Electrical eel, 143.

Emancipation in Jamaica, 144.

Extraordinary memory, 151.

Eruption of Mount Etna, 103.

Education and district schools, 167, 174.

Eruption of Mount Etna, 178.

Epistle of 1762, extract, 184.

Education of the children of Friends, 192,230.

Exploring expedition, a result of the, 194.

Evans, Hannah, testimony concerning, 198.

Epistle of 1755, extract, 200.

Evans, Jonathan, testimony concerning, 214, 228.

Epistle of 1751, extract, 219.

Earthquakes, 233.

Eggs, to preserve, 236.

Epistleof 1756, extract, 246.

Earlv Friends, 248.

Effects of the Earthquake, 276.

Epistle, from London Yearly Meeting, 294.

Electro-mngnetic telegraph, 3110.

Ephraini hath mixed himself among the people, 311,

Electricity of steam and thunder storms, 347.

Eagle, aristocratic taste of the, 360.

Earth, size of the, 379.

Exhortation and warning, 403.

Editorial : — Remarks relative to " The Friend ;" return
of Anne Jenkins from England ; Ohio Yearly Meet-
ing, 4 ; relating to an article on page 10, and an
abridgment of Jonathan Dy mend's essays, 16; to
the author of " A Kiss for a Blow," 21 ; Friends'
Library ; Lady Henley's charity ; Dymond's essays;
notice of Smith's Chemistry, 28; to subscribers ; nc-
tice of Coloured Orphan Asylum ; report on capital
punishments, 36; of articles on "education in the
slave-holding states," and " meetings for discipline ;"



of the Girls' Library ; lo subscribers, 44 ; relative to
Indiana and Baltimore Yearly Meetings, 5li ; Indi.
una Yearly Meeting; notice of an article headed,
" Wlio wants sugar at such a cost ;" to subscribers,
60; time of" holding Baltimore Quarterly Meeting;
notice of the examination of the Adclplii S«chool lor
Girls, 72 ; of the Western Soup Society, bO; ol other
Soup Societies ; House of Industry, bb ; railways and
canals of England, 96; notice of the abolition of capi-
tal punishment in Vermont; also, of nn aiiti-slavery
movement in her legislature, 1114 ; North CaroUna
Yearly Meeting ; termination of the war between
Great Britain and China; Buston Lunatic Hospital,
108 ; Adelphi School ; American edition of Old Hum-
phrey ; report to Congress relative to the Indians;
Greenfield infant School, 120 ; visit of two Friends to
the Indians, 128 ; relative to matter in " The Friend,"
136; North Carolina Yearly Meeting; notice of pub-
lications, 144; low fundsol the Shelter, and Western
Branch of the Dispensary ; appeal to the benevolent,
152 ; circular from the Bible Association of Friends
in America, 156 ; notice of improvement in some ol
the British West India islands ; temperance cause in
England, &e., 172 ; report of Pennsylvania Hospital
for the Insane, 180; essay on education; Dyniond's
essays, 168; the new comet, 200; the comet, 204;
the earthquake, 212; Tract Association, 224; Bible
Association, 228 ; our Yearly Meeting, 240; the
Yearly Aleeting Tract Association, 248; American
Peace Society, 256; our Yearly Meetings, 264 ; the
season, 272; objections to the title of Fa(/ierMatliew,
260; Virginia Yearly Meeting, 288; New York
Yearly Meeting, 292 ; Laura Bridgman, 304; rela-
ting to a sermon of S. Folhergill on previous page,
312; London Yearly Meeting, 320; New England
Yearly Meeting, 325 ; London Yearly Meeting, 336 ;
New England Yearly Meeting, 340; temperance
cause, 352 ; slavery in Texas; Dublin Yearly Meet-
ing, 360 ; the recent storm, 365 ; slavery abolished in
British India, 372 ; the Tract Association of Friends ;
arrival of John Pease, Isabel Casson and Rachel
Priestman, 364 ; Puseyism ; rise and progress of
Friends' testimony against slavery, 368 ; the tongue ;
Becrecy, 400 ; relating to the article Ann Mercy Bell,
408; Ohio Yearly Meeting; termination of the
volume, 416.

Flower garden, i.

Friends in Scotland, 5.

False fires, 24.

Friends' Library, 26.

Force of conviction, 59.

Fox, George, 62.

Friends, 66.

Fashions, on following the, 77.

Figs versus sugar, 119.

Frankness, 128.

Fraud, detection of, 1 39.

Faith, 143.

Fortitude under suffering, 162.

Fountain of fire, 170.

False prophets, 188.

Flour in manufactures, 228.

Farmers, good advice lo, 244.

Flint gl«s factory, a day at, 257, 265, 274.

Fossils, discovery of, 259.

Fowls, to feed, 264.

Fossil birds, 264.

Father Mathew, 264.

Finisterre, approach of in a steamer, 279.

Finisterre, district and coast of, 2b3.

Friends in Norway, 288.

Fothergill, Samuel, a sermon preached by, &c., 309

Friends, Society of, 317.

Female education, 321, 329.

Flowers, to preserve cut, 3li5.

Fothergill, Samuel, letters of, &c., 368, 373, 363.

Gospel state, 7.

Gospel characteristics, 13.

Grease, lo take out of silk, 48.

Goal, attachment of a, to her master, 52.

Geological, &.C., notices of the province of Tarap

161,169.
Growth of power, 194.
Gales on the coast of Great Britain, 204.
Greenlanders, habils of the, 227.
Greenland fithing boats, 227.



INDEX.

ing, 243.
Ghies-bluwcr, ingenuity of a, 351.
Grubb, Sarah, 293.

gory, extract, 300.
Guaided education, 301.
Greenwood, Mary, 326.
Grubb, Sarah, testimony concerning, 334.
Great iron steamer, 356.
Great Indian council, 376.
Grapes, preservation of, 413.



Howland, Sarah T., 8.

Hints on Frugality, 82.

History, a scrap of, 113.

Horses, salting, 136.

Huano, 139.

Hemp, 148.

Hard times, remedy for, 151.

High prices and low prices, 171.

Hancock, extract, 187.

Hale, Matihew, Chief Justice of England, 203.

Honey, 236.

Hungary, the plains of, 250.

" ■ , Benjamin, letter lo Thomas Fenn, 262.

Horrors of war, 306.

Horses, the value of, 323.

Haverford School Association, report, &c., 338.

Hatching apparatus, 348.

Heathen names of the days and months, 349.

Horses, breaking of, 352.

Hints to apprentices, 359.

Honey-dew, 370.

Horticulture, «Si,c., at Petersburgh, 377.

Hen and kittens, 402.

How a candle burns, 413.

Invention for paving, 8.
Intoxication, recovery from, 73.
Insanity, 91.
Indian tribes, the, 114.
Illinois, 120.
Ice, 148.

Incident, a touching, 152.
Isthmus of Panama, 163.
Iron and steel, difference between, 179.
Indians, the, 184.
Incident, a touching, 196.
Iron ore, 214.

Insects, notes on— No. 7, 226.
Imagination, 236.
Inquiries, 264,
prove your



Improve your home, &c., 272.

Influence of climate on tlie fruitfulness of plants, 299,

306.
Incident to weep over, 304.
Illinois Prairies, 323.
Interesting record respecting Settle Monthly Meeting,

&.C., 326. ,
Indian mode of nursing children, 328.
Insanity, mental recreation in the treatment of, 348.
Indians, the last of, 360.
Interesting fact, 402.

Jordan, Edward Thomas, 53.

Jew, converted, 56.

Jews' street, Francforl, 64.

Jones, George, testimony concerning, 74.

Jackson, William and Hannah, teslimony respecting,

182.
Japanese, town gardens of the, 227.
Junction of the Rhine with the Danube, 340.

Kiteley, Elizabeth, 6.

Kashmir, floating gardens of, 363.

Knife griudcr, 372.

Locomotive for Russia, 8.

Lighlfoot, Susanna, 31, 38, 46.

Louis XIV., 68.

Life-boats, 95.

Lead Trade, 108.

Living under water without communication with the

atmosphere, 136.
Llama, 139.
Love of the world, 180.
Little sup in the bottom of the glass, a, 207.
Lot of the righteous, 232.



Lindlcy, Jacob, 237.

Lay, Benjamin, 238.

Lithography, process and history of, 242.

Living lizard in a seam of coal, 251.

Leighton, extract, 278.

Letchworth, John, letter of, 287.

Locomotives, American, 291.

Longevity and temperance, 291.

Lunatics, a colony of, 300.

Letter, an admirable, 315.

Lynes, Sarah, extract of letter respecting, 335.

Literary shoemaker, 346.

London Yearly Meeting, epistle of, 389.

Larch trees, 4U8.

Mint and its operations, 3.

Molasses from corn stalks, 18.

Meetings for Discipline, 47.

Mathew in Scotland, 55.

Microscopical researches, as applied to geology, 59.

Miner, 8.3.

Madness, singular effect of, 138.

Muscular power, statistics of, 138.

Microscope, a powerful, 164.

Marriage, 187.

Michigan University, 188.

Mules, 202.

Meetings for worship, 206.

Ministry, 219.

Mustard tree, 259.

Manure, cultivating ground without, 266.

Meteors, researches concerning, 267.

Metal forging and cutting machine, 283.

Moles, 288.

Man over the Falls of Niagara, 304.

Moments of bright thought, 304.

Martins, 3 1 2.

Model farm, 314.

Meetings, silent, 318.

Measuring time, 323.

Masters and servants, 330.

Milking, 346.

Mutual dependence, 358.

Mackinac, island of, 364.

Mixed marriages, 367.

Moral duties of the physician, 370.

Mummy wheat, 413.

Marriages. — James D. Ladd to Elizabeth Folger, John
G. Jackson to Elizabeth Baily, Brooks Johnson to
Lydia Burson, 8; John L. Folsom to Mary Ann
Beede, 12 ; Jonathan Cope to Gulielma Maria
Thomas, 21 ; Jesse Wright to Lydia H. Griffith, 36 ;
Elisha Thornton Wheeler to Elizabeth Fry, Miller
Gibson to Ann P. Eyre, Samuel E. Wooltnan to Su-
sanna Satterthwaite, 44 ; Elisha P. Maule to Marga-
ret S. Wendell, 56 ; Stephen Webb to Margaretta T.
Butler, William R. Thurston, jr. to Jane R. Day, 60 ;
Claylon Haines to Eliza Curtis, 72 ; Samuel H. Ro-
berts to Abigail Ann Haines, Joseph Jones to Sarah
S. Brooks, bO ; Gilbert Congdon to Mary R. Hop-
kins, 104 ; Robert Pearsall to Emily Fell, 108; James
Scliooley to Rebecca Malmsberry, Paris S. Benbow
to Mary Kennedy, William H. Hare lo Ann M. Ken-
nedy, Samuel Hill to Maria Miller, John B. Kenne-
dy to Deborah Outland, 164 ; Nathan B.Jones to Ly-
dia Healy, 180; Amos Wilbur Collins to Lucy T.
Fry, 200 ; Joseph N. Joliffe to Sarah E. Janney, Ed-
ward Bell to Elizabeth Smith, 204; Chalkley Stan-
ton to Rulh Ann Taylor, 228; Walter Knight to
Elizabeth Roberts, 240; William H. Bacon to Han-
nah Haines, 248 ; Amos Evens to Rachel Kaighn,
256; Edmund W. Lippincott to Philena P. Swaync,
260 ; Thomas Yarnall to Elizabeth Stackhouse, 268 ;
Daniel Offley Sharpless to Esther Shove Hacker, 272 ;
Alfred L. Smith to Esther Rhoads, 280; Samuel
Hulme lo Rachel Kirkbride, 288 ; Joshua Taylor to
Mary Comfort, 296 ; Charles L. Cook to Lydia Faw-
cett, Calvin Thompson to Abipail Dixon, William
Chamness to Amy Thompson, William A. Rambo to
Meriam A. Coffin, Joseph Hooten to Anna Warring,
ton, John Cressun to Alice Leedoin, 304 ; Claikson
Sheppard to Anne Garrett, Charles Hadwin to Mary
Rathbuii, 396 ; Charles W. Ilowland to Gulielma
Maria Hilles, 408 ; David S. Jndkins to Susan P.
McGrew, 413; James B. Parker to Hannah B.
Gousc, Moses D. Gove lo Sally B. Stroud, 416.

New chemical discovery, 3.



Newton, 6.

North Carolina Yearly Meeting Epistle, 40.
New tiling under the sun, 83.
Nutrition of plants, 97, 105.
New York, population of, 128.
Natural history, singular fact in, 154.
Nutmeg tree, 9'iO.
Nuremberg, 258.

Nixon, Barnaby, 270. 277. 285. 295. 302.
Notice of the effect on a St. Kildean of a visit to Glas-
gow, 284.
Needle manufacturer, 298.
New cement, 324.
Nicolas, Armelle, 330. 341.
Nixon, Barnaby, reflections of, 331.
Nature, the love of, 332.
Nineveh, 351.

New Zealand— Otaheite, &.C., 352.
Natural history, anecdotes in, 372.
Neglect of daily prayer, 375.

Old man of the mountains, 3.

Old Humphrey's " Thoughts for the Thoughtful," 25.

34. 43, 44. 50. 64. 73. 81, 82. 89. 99. 104. 106. 114.

131. 210. 260. 278. 320. 323, 324.
Orphan Asylum, coloured, 36.
Osage wheat, 52.
Opium, use of, 176.
Olivet, visit to, 177.
Our religious testimonies, 229.
Onions, 240.

Oats, extraordinary crop of, 243.
Orthography, progress of English, 267.
Observatory at Cambridge, Massachusetts, 359.
Ohio Yearly Meeting, 415.

Plants of the Prairies, 1.

Pringle's South Africa, 19.

Preacher, a bold, 21.

Privileges of a Christian, 23.

Parental bereavement, 44.

Printing establishment, interesting, 50.

Poultry feeding, 83.

Physician for ships, 107.

Poultry, 107.

Premature winter, 1 08.

Poor Children, report of .4ssociHtion of Friends for
instruction of, 116.

Pemberton, John, travels in Scotland, 121. 130. 146.

Pyramids of SaJskarah, 123.

Postage, 136.

Philadelphia Dispensary, 148.

Patent Office, 180.

Penn, William, liberal policy of, relative to schools,
186.

Petersburgh, sketches o^ 186. 193. 201. 209.

Prayer, 219.

Penn, Christiana, 223.

Pulmonary diseases, efficacy of warmth in preventing,
225.

Parsnips as food for pigs, 244.

Population &.C. of Si. Petersburgh, 244.

Pool of Siloam, 253.

Pruning fruit trees, 259.

Prayer, 293.

Potatoes, 300.

Professors, example in, 301.

Power of the press, 3-^8.

Ploughing in green crops, 332.

Peach tree, 339.

Potato, curious, 340.

Potomac aqueduct, 346.

Preservation to the end, 350.

Perseverance wanting, 351.

Puritans and Quakers, 3G6.

Plants, on the growth of, in cities, 369.

Puseyism, 386. 397. 404. 412.

Pines of Oregon, 405,

Pike, Joseph, to John Fothergill, letter of, 407.

Poetry. — Original. — The path of duty. Adoration, 12 ;
ConHicts, -il ; The Brook, 36 ; Prospect from Bedell
Hill, 48; Eternal Youth, 52; Duty Prompted by
Love, 60 ; To an Afflicted Friend, 68 ; Impolency of
Man, bO; The Destroyer of Happiness, 88; Earth is
Beautiful, 92; David at Hebron, 100; End of the
Year, 108; My Departed Mother, Thoughts Suggest.
ed upon Entering a New Year, 116; A Pleasant
Celebration of a Marriage, 124 ; The Star of Bethle-



INDfiX.

hem, God Great in oil Things, 131; Comfort in
Grief, 148; Lines on the Death of Stephen H. God-
dard, 164 ; On the Death of James Macintosh, 172 ;
My Sepulchre, 180; The Christian and the Infidel,
220; The Sleet, 236; Reflections by my Mother's
Bed.side, 253 ; The Storm, 260 ; Incident in the Life
of Thomas Brown, 276; Trust in Providence, 284;
The Redeemed, 292; The Clouds, 300; To My
Mother, 316 ; To the Sun, 328; Lines on the Death
of Esther Griffin, 332; Our Mother, 356; The Fox-
ite Martyrs, 364; Children of the Cross, 379.
Selected.~The Pilgrim's Song, 8; Faitli, 80; The Re-
monstrance, 184 ; The Search after Rest, 188; -Morn-
ing Hymn, 196; Lines by the Princess Amelia, 204 ;
Fellowship does not Consist in Words, 216 ; Stanzas
by J. Conder, 244 ; The Mother's Grave, 260 ; May,
268 ; Consolation, 308 ; Stanzas by M. H. Wether-
bee, 328; On the Flowers, 344; Sunlight, 348; Re-
gard due to the Feelings of Others, 356 ; The Con-
valescent, 416.

Quince, 170.

Qualifications for membership, 317.

Rail-way and steam-boat travelling, 8.

Religious reading, 24.

Religious waiting, 78.

Raspberry, cultivation of, 171.

Reading, 167.

Reeve, Josiah and Elizabeth, testimony concerning,

189.
Rostopchin, 251.
Radishes, 259.
Religious women, 259.
Riches, 263.
Religion, 291.
IJighteous decision, 300.
Right feeling in a slave-holding community, instance

of, 330.
Rival birds of song, 364.
Remedy, a simple, 368.

Singular flower, 8.

Snuke charmer, 9.

Stock, care of, 11.

Shoemakers, eminent, 12.

Saving seed, 18.

Smith, Mary, letter of, 23.

Shackleton, extract, 24.

Shark, singular di.scovery of, 24.

Scrupulousness of conscience, 32.

Silver mines of North Carolina, 35.

Squirrels, and a sign of hard winter, 52.

Safety Beacon on the Goodwin Sands, 56.

Sea, receding of the, 73.

Silver from South America, 80.

Steam power of Great Britain, 91.

Shipwreck, horrors of a, 98.

Savour of life unto life, 103.

Story, Thomas, 110. 118. 126. 133. 141.

Shepherd's dog, 122.

Singular coincidence, 131.

Shelter, 147.

Superficial infidels, 154.

Story, Thomas, and Robert Barclay, jr., 160.

Switzerland, 179.

Soap suds, 184.

Savery, extract, 187.

Silk culture in the United States, 192.

Self-taught man, a, 202.

Slate quarries, 220.

Savage, picture of a, 227.

Seeing without sight, 227.

Scraps worthy of notice by farmers, 232.

Stalactites and stalagmites, 234.

Siliceous stone, Tripoli, 236.

Shillitoe, Thomas, 238. 245.

Stumbling blocks, 239.

Seeds of plants, the dissemination of, 241.

Sycamore tree, 202.

Salt for grub worms, 272.

Singular preservation, 288.

Searncll, Hannah, 301.

School for the children of Friends in the South of

France, 312.
Sleeping in meetings, 319.
Siberian winter, 347.
Singular scenery, 348.



! from my Portfolio, 349.



Suga.,

Swallowing coins, 376.

Slavery, rise and progress of Friends' testimony against,

385. 393. 401. 409.
Slave-trade, 394.

Toads, usefulness of, 3.

Total eclipse of the sun, 12.

Thoughts on the present and the future, 48.

Temperance, eft'ecls of, in Ireland, 52.

Teetotal sailor, 58.

Terra Di Sienna, 80.

Toplady, 8.'.

Thetimes, 87. 91.103.

Temperance, effects of, 128.

Temperance among the Indians, 152.

Tender counsel, 158. 1 66.

Trade and business, 184.

True honour, 189.

True testimony, 189.

True discernment, 189.

Tract Association, 218. 231. 243.

Testimonies, our religious, 247.

The lust of the eye, 250.

Texas, simplicity of agricultural operations in the weed

Prairies of, 256.
Thomas, Job, 269.
Teetotal family, 276.
The inward life, 286.
To gardeners, 300.
Toads, 304.
Trees, 3 16.
Tea, .322.

Tiger, anecdote of, 330.
" The night Cometh," 331.
•' Thy kingdom come," 333.
Travellmg, statistics of, 340.
Temper, 351.
Turnips, 356.

The unchangeable way, 357.
Touching incident, 376.
Transubstantiation, 381.
Tomato Figs, 384

Ury, 7.

Usher, extract, 11.

United Slates oppression, 55.

Useful hints, pertaining to the soul's salvation, 327.

Vegetable lile, 66.
Vegetable oils, 75.
Vegetation, 90.
Vitality of seeds, 128.
Valley of Modat, 181.
Voluptuous lands, 251.
Virtues of cold water, 322.

Word in season, 13.

Wood, rendering uninflammable, 52.

Wigham, John, memoir of, 53. 61. 69. 76. 84. 93. 101.

109. 117. 125. 132. 149. J57. 165.
Water spouts, 56.

Who wants sugar at such a cost ? 63.
War, described by Carlyle, 82.
Water-proof paste, 106.
Wagons, 107.
VVar.horrorsof, 128.

Wheeler, Daniel, testimony concerning, 130.



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