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Ladies' magazine and literary gazette (1832)


Ladies' magazine and literary gazette (1832)

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    Sarah Josepha Buell Hale
Excerpt from book: And bower, and stream, and forest dim, In gladness, pour their morning hymn : For earth through all her realms is blest With God's unbroken Subbath rest." I'hi.- annual as the first effort of its Editor and Publisher is creditable to their. taste and industry. "THE Dutchman's Fireside " maintains its popularity. It has passed: through four editions in America and one or two in England. " The Coronal." Mrs. Child has collected a number of her miscellaneous pieces, in prose and verse and made a n sit interesting volume, under the abovo title. There is, in this lady's writings so much of moral excellence and mental energy that they retain their interest, and repeated readings do not make them seem dull. We name this, because some appear to think the whole merit of a book consists in its being new: to this merit the " Coronal" does not pretend: still we can recommend it as a pleasant and useful work. In the last number of our Magazine, we named and recommended " Female Scripture Biography " to our readers. We shall, to verify our opinion, give a few extracts fromthe work in question. These will render commendations unnecessary. Those who have read " Hunter's Sacred Biography," will recognize the plan of this, except that here we have only the characters of women : and the moral precepts deduced from the story arc addressed chiefly to women. The first volume cantains the biography of Eve, Sarah, Jfagar, Lot's Wife, Rebekah, Miriam, Naomi Orpah and Ruth, Deborah, Manoah's Wife, Hannah, Abigait, The Queen of Sheba, The Shunamile, Esther. The second volume contains the histories of The Virgin Mary, Elizabeth, Anna, The Woman of Samaria, The Woman who was a Sinner, The Syrophenician, Martha and Mary, The Poor Widow, Sapphira, Dorcas, Lydia. From the foregoing enumeration it...  
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