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Humphries, with a series of Let-Newell, containing her Letters ters to Young Ladies, on the In-and Diáry; with a likeness. fluence of Religion, in the forma- 26. Sermons addressed to Chiltion of their Moral and Intellectual dren. By John Burder: Character: and to Parents, on the 27 The Ayah and Lady; an InReligious Education and Bereave-dian Story. By Mrs. Sherwood. ment of their Children. By the 28. The Catechist; a fragment, Rev. T. East.
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ginal Hymns. By the Rev. Isaac 20. The Sister's Friend; or, Taylor. Christmas Holidays spent at 34. The Little Osage Captive. Homo. By the Author of "Em-By the Rev. Elias Cornelius. ma and her Nurse," &c.
35. Religious Scenes ; being a (21. “ No Fiction." A narrative Sequel to Sermons for Children. founded upon Recent Facts. By Samuel Nott, Jr.
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