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A Dialogue on Religious Feeling..
The Friend indeed .
A few Remarks
on the Church Service
Short Arithmetic.. Indecent Language. Hunting the Bear Cottagers' Gardens. On Shaving
A Short History of England .
Dialogue on the Observance of the Sabbath
The Surf at Madras
Mary Simmons and Hannah Randall; or, Early Teaching 339
Spring-time, in a Garden ...
The Address of the Catechist before the Lord's Prayer.. 369
Hints to Labourers in Hot Weather.....
Hints to those who approve of Vaccination..
ON SAVINGS BANKS.
DIALOGUE BETWEEN A MINISTER AND HIS
P. PRAY, Sir, will you give me leave to ask you a question?
M. To be sure.
P. Well then, pray, Sir, what do you think of these Savings Banks? I see that many poor people put in a trifle every week; and, when it comes to a good deal, they take it out again; and then, what with the principal, and what with the interest, it makes a mighty clever sum to pay the rent with, or any thing of that sort. Or, mayhap, they leave it all in, against they grow old, and can't work. This seems to me a capital good way: but pray, Sir, what do you think of it? I know, Sir, you always advise us for the best, and I should like to put in a shilling, or two, every week; but I should be glad to know first, Sir, what you think of it.
M. Why, you know, neighbour, I have always