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SIXPENNY MAGAZINES FOR 1885.

NEW VOLUMES OF EACH COMMENCE WITH JANUARY
"Behold in these what leisure hours demand--amusement and true knowledge hand in hand.”—COWPER.

THE LEISURE HOUR .

(ENLARGED TO 72 IMPERIAL 8vo. PAGES MONTHLY.)
PRIZE COMPETITIONS.—LITERARY, ARTISTIC, MUSICAL.

See Announcement in January part.
January Part Now Ready at all Newsagents, contains the Opening Chapters of the New Serial Story:-
A LOST SON, By M. LINSKILL, Author of “Between the Heather and the

Northern Sea."
Rational Feeding. By A. WYSTER Old English Homes-Knowle House.

BLYTU, Author of the Handbook issued at By E. PAXTON Hood. Engravings by
the Health Exbibition,

WHYMPER,
Stories Retold in the Firelight. 1. A

Food for Body and Mind - Penny
Strange Vision.

Dinners for School Children. By BENJAMIN
The True Story of Wat Tyler. By

CLARKE.
S. G. GREEN, D.D.

The Late Professor Fawcett. With
Wood Gleaners. By J. HENESSEY.

Portrait and Autograph.
Railway Notes in the North-West ; The Rout_on Majuba Hill : Its

or, the Dominion of Canada. By HARRY Lessons and Warnings. By JAMES MACAULAY
JONES, M.A., Author of “Past and Present M.D.
in the East," etc.

Pierre's Motto. A Talk in a Workshop.
Ave. A New Year's Poem. By SYDNEY

Song of the New Year. By MARY
GREY.
Hoar Frost.

Rowles. With Illustrations.
Engraving from Photo-
graph.

A Highland Clearance.
Among the Northumbrian Miners. Curiosities of Music-The Music of

By R. D. ROBERTS, Fellow of Clare College, Nature. By JAMES MABox.
Cambridge.

The Wycombe Chair Manufacture.
Pigtails and Powder. With Engraving,
from Picture by F. DADD.

Varieties.
With Frontispiece in Colours, from Painting by Birket Foster, and many other Illustrations.
SABBATH READING FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY.

SIXPENCE MONTHLY-ONE PENNY WEEKLY,

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THE SUNDAY AT HOME.

January Part, commencing a New Volume, is Now Ready at all Newsagents, containing :-
Ruth Oliphant. By Mrs COOPER. Illus- Miss Pris. By E, A. CAMPBELL.
trated by A. FORESTIER.

How Far Men should be Like Chil-
The Childhood of Our Lord. By dren. By the Rev. Prebendary HARRY

the Rev. ALEXANDER MACLAREX, D.D., of Jones, M.A.
Manchester.

The Ever-Present Friend.
The Great Rest-Giver. By the Author

Wycliffe's Followers. By the Rev. Dr.
of “The Culture of Pleasure,"

“ Life's

STOUGHrox.
Pleasure Garden,” etc.
The Jews in Central Asia. By the

A Recently Departed City Man.
Rev. Dr. LANSDELL. Ilustrated.

A Sunday Morning with my Young
The Benedicite.

Men's Class. By the Rev. W. PROSSER.
A Series of Fine
Illustrations. With Poems by Rev. RICHARD

St. Bridget. By B. G. F. STOKES, B.D.
WILTOX, M.A.

Criminals and their Reclamation.
To-morrow. By DOBA HOPE.

A Medical Mission in the Holy Land.
In the Gloaming. By I. FYVIE MAYO. Talks upon Texts.
John Gordon, Seaman. A Tribute

Scripture Exercises.
by Admiral Sir EDWARD PARRY.
Arming the Knight. With Illustration.

The Religious Record of the Month.
W.F. YEAXES, R.A.

Watching-Listening-Waiting.
With Illuminated Frontispiece, a New Year's Text.
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY, LONDON : 56, PATERNOSTER Row.
The Society: publications for the present Book Season include Books for all Readers, adult and youthful,
Coloured Picture Books for the Infants, and a host of packets of Coloured Cards, de., &c.

Please write to the Secretaries for Catalogues.

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Psalms & Hymns Complete, with Supplement.

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SPECIAL NOTICE.-Now ready, a New and Cheap Edition, limp cloth,

PRICE SIXPENCE.
This selection of Psalms and Hymns has been made (under the direction of the Trustees)
from the best modern Hymns, as well as from the choicest productions of former times,
and some are Original Compositions written for this work. In its complete form it con-
tains 1,271 Hymns. It has the largest sale of any hymn book of the denomination (being
used by all sections), and this is the best proof of its general acceptance and approval.
The pearl 16mo edition is One Shilling; the Supplement only, Fourpence.
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A. H. BAYNES, Esq., F.S.S., London. J. S. MCMASTER, Esq., London.
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J. T. WIGNER, Editor, St. John's,
S. G. GREEN, D D., London.

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JOHN TEMPLETON, F.R.G.S., Secretary, etc., Carron House, 14, Upper Thames Street,

London, E.C.
PSALMS and HYMNS for SCHOOL and HOME,

Four Hundred Appropriate Hymns for the Sunday-school and Family Circle.
Prepared under the direction of the Trustees of " Psalms and Hymns."

Editor, Rev. J. T. WIGNER.
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SOUTH-WEST LONDON COLLEGE FOR

YOUNG LADIES.
Principal-MRS. HALE, A.C.P.

Assisted by Efficient Teachers and Professors. 1, CARLTON MANSIONS, CLAPHAM RISE, S.W. A few Young Ladies are received as Boarders, and prepared, if desired, for the PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS, University Local, College of Preceptors, South Kensington, and Trinity College. A Scholarship is awarded to Pupils passing in Firstclass Honours at the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, Home comforts with carefal training, and individual supervision. Terms moderate and inclusive. Highly recommended by Parents, and Rov. C. H. SPURGEON.

BALHAM, MAY 29th, 1880. I am very reluctant to recommend Schools, because I am not always able to Judge of the interior arrangements; but in this case I have the utmost pleasure in standing as reference. I can highly commend Mrs. HALE, and hare the greatest confidence in her capacity, management, and character, having known ber for several years. C. H. SPURGEOK.

HAWKESBURY, CLEVEDON, SOMERSET.

Principals, Mrs. GEACH and her daughters, the Misses HILL. TEIS HOME-SCHOOL is desirable for GIRLS FROM ABROAD, and those for whom a GOOD HOME with careful individual religious training and instruction are desired. Pupils from this School have successfully passed Royal Academy (Music), Kensington Art, and the University Local Examinations. Hawkesbury is pleasantly situated, with a view, at the above charming and healthy locality. No serious illness has occurred during the bngthened period of thirty years. Recreation Grounds. Tepid sea-water swimming baths. Fees ioderate and inclusive. References to parents of pupils, and to ministers.

SEVENOAKS. SCOTTISWOOD HOUSE SCHOOL. For well grounding LITTLE BOYS in English and French.

Fees Moderate. Trained Teaching combined with a healthy Christian Home, and motherly care.

For Prospectus apply-Mrs. JACKSON, C.M. (late principal of British and Foreign Training College, Stockwell).

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“Mrs. JACKSON was a choice member of my Church, and was known to me as a very able Teacher. One of our friends has two boys with her, and always speaks of her in the highest possible ters. I am pleased to recommend her school. "Jan., 1874.

C. H. SPURGEON.”

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"Several of my friends have had boys in this school for years, and are pleased with the education and kindness thoy receive.”-C. H. SPURGEON.

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