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Iowa, Salem Quarterly Meeting Military ascendancy, 584. Nurture, Christian, 107.
Manual labour Institute, 638. Niagara, suspension bridge at,
Niagara Falls, 244.
Night from home, 423.
“ Memorial on, 425.
Molokaners, account of, 718. Negro, tribute for the, 441.
Mines, lead and zinc, of Ken- New York hospital, and Blooming.
dale asylum, 444.
Mosaic code, humanity of, 759. Niagara, fall in, 474.
Minister, hints to a young, 791. Naylor's, James, Testimony, 639.
Larceny, grand, 240.
D. S. Wing to C. C. Swift, 176. Ellis Yarnall, 192.
F. R. Cope to A. S. Brown, 217. James C. Fuller, 192.
Mary Carr, 457
Gulielma Widdifield 826.
Prescott, W. H., 154.
Winter stars, 335.
Hymn to flowers, 351.
God is our refuge, 352.
Give to the needy, 384.
David's offering, 415.
Silent worship, 431.
Child's blessing, 431.
On receipt of an olive branch,
Aspen leaf, 448.
God is love, 462.
Loved and lost, 479.
Christ the light, 479.
Consolations for the lonely, 496.
Magnetic telegraph, 496.
As the day, so shall thy strength
Star of Bethlehem, 528.
Brotherly love and unity, 544.
My times are in thy hand, 560.
Characteristics of a child, 592.
Encouragement to believers,
Divinity of Christ, 608.
Sonnet to Wordsworth, 639.
The great refiner, 655.
One is your master, 687.
Lines to an invalid, 703.
Children of light, 719.
The bible, 720.
All's for the best, 736.
Faith. Child's dream, 752.
Hymn in the vale of Chamouny,
House of prayer, 800.
Parting of summer, 832.
Quarrels, how to avoid, 303.
Quakerism old standard of, 776.
Rail-road, Western, 367.
Review, remarks on Friends', 373.
Rail-roads, advantage of, 396.
Reply, beautiful, 462.
Religion, true, 512.
Seminaries, editorial remarks on, Vegetable lise, developments of,
Votes, method of taking, in France,
Slaves, deportation of, editorial, 685.
Visit, death's, to a village, 735.
Sisterhoods, protestant, 604, 629. Waste of muscular force, 88.
Surgery, passion for, 663. War, money wasted in, 95.
Science and art, connection of, 678. War, resolutions on, 110.
War and liberty, 189.
Worship, thoughts on public, 259.
Weather, review of, 271.
Weather, cold, 313.
Whitney, Eli, memoirs of, 325,355.
War and peace contrasted, 334.
War, considerations on its unlaw.
fulness, 337, 353.
Will, mark to, not sufficient, 407.
War on Christian principles, 439.
Wisdom and zeal, 462.
Watchword of the day, 511.
Wit and brushwood, 656.
West India, oppression in, 686.
Telegraph, magnetic, 233. Woolman, John, extract from, 717.
Wells, Thomas, visit to Indians in
New England, 728.
Tunnel under Liverpool, 383. War, Mexican, debt from, 766.
Wilderness of New Brunswick,
Truth well expressed, 431.
Trappers of the Rocky mountains, Yearly meetings, London, New
York, New England and Ohio,
31, 73, 825.
Yearly meeting, Indiana, 73, 89,
Yearly meeting, Baltimore, 90.
N. Carolina, 152, 185.
N. York, 9, 598, 621.
N. England, 9, 649.
London, 9, 648, 667,
London, advices of,
United States, products of, 244. 746, 761, 777, 788, 807, 822.
Yeardley, John and Martha, visit
to the continent, 783.
Yearly meeting, minutes respect-
Visits to public institutions, 41. ing New England, 810.
Zeal, true and false, 767.
Vera Cruz, letter from, 396. Zoological recreations,774,789,811.
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James Farmer, Salineville. William Mitchell, Nantucket.
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Parvin Wright, Colerain, Joseph P. Newhall, Lynn.
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Jonathan Baldwin, Greensfork, Wayne Co. Samuel H. Colton, Worcester.
Charles H. Moore, Milton,
Dillon Haworth, Centreville,
Matthew Stanley, Plainfield, Hendricks Co.
Barnabas Coffin, Economy, Wayne Co. Thomas E. Steere, Providence.
Richard J. Hubbard, Knightstown, Henry Co.
Richard Gordon, Spiceland,
Jason Williams, Greensborough,
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David Thompson, Paoli, Orange Co.
Henry Wilson, Canton, Washington Co.
Harvey Thomas, Annapolis, Parke Co.
Hiram Hadley, Monrovia, Morgan Co.. Silas Downing, Arthursburgh.
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William Rees, Thorntown, Boone Co.
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Aaron Hammer, Rheatown, Greene Co.
Isaac Jones, New Market, Jefferson Co.
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ence and love towards the author of our existence, The period in which we live, compared with any opportunities frequently arise for infusing into his that has preceded it, may be emphatically denomi- pages a portion of the spirit by which he is habitnated a reading age. Literary productions of every ually actuated. Thus pious authors, though writing description, from the ponderous volume to the on ordinary subjects, as well as pious persons enephemeral sheet, are issuing from the press in rapid gaged in the common vocations of life, are to some succession. If, when the literature of the day, in extent the salt of the earth. And it may be fairly comparison with that of ours, must have been as a questioned, whether, in a reading community, any rivulet, contrasted with the Nile or the Ganges, the class of writers exercise a more permanent influence wisest of men could declare, that of making many over the habits and sentiments of the rising generabooks there was no end, and much study is a weari- tion, than the authors of periodicals. ness of the flesh, we may safely conclude that the If then, with the influence of perio licals for evil floating literature of our time is sufficient to over- or good, in our view, we examine the character of whelm the strongest intellect, and set at defiance the many now afloat in our country, we must be conmost indefatigable industry. Yet amidst this inun- vinced that there is great room for improvement. dation of books, there is much to be found which There is no inconsiderable portion of them constiis truly valuable, and, when judiciously selected, tuted of matter which can contribute little to the adwell worthy of attention, particularly from those vancement of their readers, either in virtue or knowwho are in the early and middle periods of life. It ledge. In some we find tedious discussions, which is not to be expected or desired that the youth, either derive nearly all their interest from partisan dissenin or out of our religious Society, should grow up in tions, and in most of them opinions are advocated ignorance of the events which are transpiring around which the pious Christian would not willingly ingraft them, or of the improvements in morals, in science, on the minds of his offspring, or the arts, which the ingenuity of our cotempora- Impressed with a belief that the present condition ries is bringing into view. To preserve a tolerable of this country, and particularly of the Society to acquaintance with the events of our time, as they which he belongs, calls for the publication of a peri. arise, recourse must be had to the periodicals of the odical conducted upon a plan somewhat different day. It is therefore an object of rational desire, that from any now extant among us, the subscriber is inthese should be purged of everything which is likely duced to offer to the public a weekly paper of which to corrupt the principles, or deteriorate the moral the following is an outline. sensibilities of their readers. There is a propensity It is designed to defend and uphold the great in the susceptible minds of the young, not only to principles, both in theory and practice, which the adopt the sentiments, but to imbibe the spirit of the Society of Friends, from their rise to the present authors whose works they are in the habit of reading. time, have professed and maintained. But in deWhen they are accustomed to find the achievements fending the doctrines of the Society, it is intended to of warriors portrayed in glowing colours, and sur- avoid, as far as practicable, all controversial discusrounded with all the decorations which a vivid ima- sions, more particularly on questions which lead to gination and the finest language can supply, a war- no important practical result. Believing, as he aslike spirit is naturally excited. But when those 'suredly does, that the doctrines promulgated by our