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THE

FRIEND.

A

RELIGIOUS AND LITERARY JOURNAL.

EDITED BY ROBERT SMIT H.

VOLUME XIX.

PHILADELPHIA. PRINTED BY JOSEPH KITE AND CO.

1846.

N. 1114. d.

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The ass,

INDEX.
On the more sure word, 310, 389.

Rhine, passage of the, 167.

The spirit of peace, 176.
Oath, refusing an, 310.

Rise and fall of a church, 199.

Todd, Mary, 182.
Overcoming evil with good, 347.

Railroad iron, 212; railways, 264.

Topers, hard times for, 182.
Opium trade, 387

Rcmarkable recovery of a lost child, 215.

Time, the value of, 182.
Russian climate, effects of, 227.

Temperance, 217.
Proprietary correspondence, 2. 12. 17. 25. 49. 57. 66. Remarkable meteor at Fayetteville, 244.

Tract association, 222.
73. 81. 89, 102, 105. 113. 121. 129. 139. 149. 155. Rule in the church, 271.

That shout, 227.
161. 169. 177. 185. 193. 201. 209. 218.

Reformation, 275.
Pennsylvania, 4.

The Kentucky giant, 230.
Reading of fiction, 278.

Terrible conflagration, 230.
Pickling meat, new mode of, 36.

Rosse's telescope, 318.

Take the other hand, 236.
Preaching by example, 37.

Russian America, 318.

Tea parties, 244.
Pride in man, 40.

Rattlesnakes and their uses in America, 338.

The holy land, 244.
Parents, 48.

Remarkable discovery,
339.

The Camanches, 295.
Pied fly-catcher, anecdote of, 52.

Reaping, 342.

Tornado at Grenada, 311.
Pawlonia imperialis of Japan, 79.

Randolph, John, his eniancipated slaves, 140, 343.381. Truth progressive, 313.
Philosopher's stone, 80.
Ruins, 343.

322.
Potting plants for winter, 80.

Railroad system of the United States, 367.

Turpentine, 330,
Profitable hint, 93.

The Indians, 331.
Peace petitions to congress, 99.

Sanctification, justification, 13.

Thy brother, 342.
Piscatorial facts, 106.

Singular phenomenon, 24.

Total darkness, 342.
Prayer, 126.

Sea, influx of the, 33.

The two stew-pans, 346.
Plaster blackboard, 127.

Seven dials of London, 41.

This world and the next, 347.
Poor children, report of the association of Friends for Steamboat landing, 60.

True to their principles, 349.
the instruction of, 132.
Singular discovery, 61.

The archdeacon and the artist, 355.
Population of Newark, 136.

Sailor's heroism, 67.

Tame leopard, 355.
Perpetuity of the Society of Friends, 148.

Snag boats, 84.

Terrible steam-boat collision on the St. Lawrence, 375.
Principles, the church, 158.

St. Petersburgh, wealthy slaves, 84.

Telegraphic communication, France and England, 383.
Pennsylvania hospital, 164.

Snakes in New South Wales, 92.

The West Indies, 390.
Potato peelings, 168; potato disease, 392; bread, 95. Styrole, 95.

Try it, 391.
Philanthropist, a genuine, 179.

Storms, the law of, 97.

The short cut, 391.
Peace should be taught by Christian ministers, 184. Strange phenomenon, 99.

Tar for sheep, 392.
Potato, substitute for, 186; preservation of, 264. Suffering, the price of Christ's kingdom, 111.

The nerve of the continent, 394.
Pyramids, view from the, 208.

Sewing machine, 115.
Pleasures of royalty, 217.

Sumner, Charles, oration, 118. 122. 130. 138. 146.
Patent office, 220.

Unity, 64.

Slavery, the subject of, 124. 302; slave trade, 139. 207. Uninflammable timber, 95.
Perspiration, 223.

Suckers of fruit trees, 127.

United States and Great Britain, 215.
Picquot, Lamarre, 239.

Save your salt barrels, 148.

Uprightness and truth in trade, 158.
Perfume of plants, 245.

Salt applied to flowers, 154.
Presence of mind, 247.

Signs of the times, 174.

Vibrations of the air on Mount Blanc, 59.
Pittsburg files and cast-steel, 290.

Suffolk coast, wearing of the, 180.

Vesuvius, 196.
Pennsylvania prison system, 303.

Strength of the human frame, 180.

Venus, the planet, 134.
Phenomenon, 303.

Steam and horse power superseded, 182.

Vegetables, new for our table, 151.
Pride versus truth, 311.

Snow bunting, 200.

Valuable discovery, 199.
Persons apparently drowned, 318.
Sayings from the Persian, 200.

Visit to a ragged school, 239.
Primitive Quaker, 363.

Summer ice in Virginia, 203.

Valuable invention, 240 ; suggestion, 243.
Preserved meat, 368.

Submerged lands of Missouri, 204.

Voltaire's plan to rebuild the temple of Jerusalem, 285.
Paper, manufacture of, 368.

Sickness, how to avoid, 211.

Venturesome voyage, 311.
Panther, ferocious attack by a, 370.

Starting in the world, 212.

Virginia, emigration into, 391.
Patience under suffering, 388.

Spots on the sun, 224.

Ventilation, 403.
Protestantism in Turkey, 391.

Spanish fort, discovery of the ruins of, 227.
Pestilence of Bagdad.

School friendship remembered, 236.

West-town school, 29.
Poetry.-Original.-On the death of a friend ; the ran- Slavery, effects of, 244.

Whitehead, J., 64.
somed, 4; speak it boldly, 12; lines—written on the Shepherds of Judea, 159.

Wilson, the ornithologist, 67.
Schuylkill near Fairmount, 48; lines addressed to a Shocks of earthquakes, 250.

Wonderful spring, 67.
young friend; "buy the truth," &c., 60; grief-con- Seling, the German Father Mathew, 250.

Warwick-extract, 67.
solation, 92; the ice storm, 104; scene on the Ohio, Slave ship Pons, 255, 259.

Who wants to go to war, 97.
108; youth's giddy days, 120; the great missionary, Singular and fatal accident, 278.

War, 135; the cost of, 99; horrors of, 182; expensive.
124 ; the two pilots, or the shipwreck, 141 ; the two Storm in the Indian Ocean, 278.

ness of, 277. 303; its responsibilities, 294; effects of,
pilots, or the harbour gained, 152; have faith in one Spirit of prophecy, 291.

296. 303; picture of, by Dr. Rush, 336; as it is, 396.
another, 157 ; stanzas, 164; lines in memory of T. Saxon sheep, imported, 307.

Wall of China, 99.
K., P. P. and S. S., &c., 176; the servant and his Strawberries, 311.

Water in the desert, 127.
Lord, 180; spare thy people, 200; the still small Salih Pacha, 311.

Wars, trivial causes of, 134.
Foice, 244; lines pencilled on a card, 276; a better Slavery, the beauties of, 313; horrors of, 372.

Washington city, 155.
day, 304; obedience, 324.
Sea captain rebuked, 328.

Waste and want, 186.
Selected.-Life's sunny spots, 16; passing under the Steadfastness of the Christian,.333.

Wild cattle of Texas, 187.
rod, 28 ; lines; the invalid to her friends, 36; aspira- Shipwreck, 334.

Wreck of the ship John Minturn, 214.
tion, 56; hymn before sunrise to Mont Blanc, 76; Self-control, 342.

Wild ducks near Baltimore, 254.
the autumn leaf; inscription, 84; going to law, 95; Shepherds of Mont Perdu, 343.

Wash for roofs and walls, 255.
little sins, 96; forgiveness, 127 ; messengers of love, Shirt tree of America, 343.

Woman's kindness, 258.
128; thoughts of heaven, 148; true glory, 132; love Scare crows, 343.

Wasting power of rivers, 283.
dirine, 164; never despair, 180; the Jersey home. Spectacles, invention of, 368.

Wool in the United States, 300.
stead, 188; lines addressed to a child, 208; the hid. Salt mines of Cardona, 370.

Women of Exeter, address of, 302.
den stream, 212; the questioner, 224; beautiful ex- Samphire, 371.

Whitehead-extract, 304.
tract, 224; the ship builders, 232 ; the prisoner's ad. Spreading the truth, 380.

Wheat, cutting it early, 342.
dress to his mother, 246; the heart's guests ; never Slave case, an important one, 383.

Wrath, 351.
tail at the world; humility, 268; a prayer for the Slave, a white one, 384.

Wife, a good, 351.
pooz, 280 ; an evening hymn, 284; hymn, 295; what Strawberry leaves for the dysentery, 391.

William the Conqueror's dying confession, 357.
constitutes a church; where shall I spend eternity, Striking experiment, 391.

White carrot, 359.
300; earth, 308; the haunted house, 316; ancient Slavery in Russia, 392.

Wrinkles, 372.
ruins, 324; the bequest

, 336; speak no ill; the bee, Society of Friends in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Whose faith follow, 380.
340; the farmer turned soldier, 348; the poor man &c., 405, 412.

Wild ducks tamed-beavers, 386.
to the scornful rich man, 356; the way, the truth, Scene, an exciting, 416.

Water, the nature and relations of, 399.
and the life ; be happy, 364 ; death of an aged Chris.

Warning to persecutors, 407.
tian, 372; living waters; for the church in a low Turkish manufactories, 16.

White, Benjamin, John Barclay, Sam'l Alexander, 340.
condition, 388; “It is well,” 400; why art thou cast Tea as a nutriment, 36.
down, 404 ; little things, 408.

T'eaching by similitude, 70.

Yankees at the South, 111.
True light, 70.

Yankee notions, 211 ; enterprise, 290.
Quality-not quantity, 231.

The west, 92.

Youthful intrepidity, 283.
Queer boarder, 313.

The past—the present, 100.

Yankee rocking chair, 336.
Trials needful to purification, 107.

Yarnall, Peter, letter to, 383.
Railway speculation, magnitude of, 75.

Terrible steamboat disaster, 141.
Rothschild, immense profit of the house of, 96 The latter rain, 161.

Zinc, 36.
Rotterdam, the city of, 127.

The light of Christ, 173. 190; inward appearance, 198. Zschokke, Heinrich, extracts from the life of, 298.

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