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Should this public offering by a parent prove acceptable to other parents-fhould it affift to ftore the opening mind with agreeable images of nature, or to imprefs pure fentiments of moral and divine truth, at an age when they are not easily obliterated, the compiler will be abundantly gratified. It is delightful, indeed, to every feeling mind to give pleasure to innocence; but to profit it also, is a task on which
a benevolent difpofition will ever exercife itself with a fond partiality.
AUGUST 1, 1801.
The Advantages of Early Religion
Love between Brothers and Sisters
Sonnet, Written at the Close of Spring Mrs.C. Smith
The Nightingale and the Glow-worm Moore
The Dying Christian to his Soul
The Creator's Works Manifest his Power Addison
Written at Midnight in a Thunder Storm Miss Carter 88
The Husbandman's Meditation in the Fields Anon, 121
The Pursuit of Happiness
Ode to Spring
On the Deity Sheffield Duke of Buckingham.
To the Evening Star
The Universal Prayer
The Twenty-fifth Chapter of Job Paraphrased Pitt 158
Nothing Formed in Vain
Ode to Peace
The Snail and the Frog. A Fable.
Verses Written on the Sands at Cromer, in Nor-