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THE

MOTHER'S ASSISTANT

AND

YOUNG LADY'S FRIEND.

WILLIAM C. BROWN, EDITOR.

Her house
Was ordered well; her children taught the way
Of life ; who, rising up in honor, called
Her blessed. Best pleased to be admired at home,
And hear reflected from her husband's praise
Her own, she sought no gaze of foreign eye:
His praise alone, and faithful love and trust
Reposed, was happiness enough for her.' – POLLOK.

JANUARY, 1850, TO JULY, 1850.

BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM C. BROWN.

1850.

CONTENTS.

XIXTH HALF-YEAR. — FROM JANUARY, 1850, TO JULY, 1850.

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A Father's Care for his Son,

11" You will think of it," &c. Mrs. Eliza.

Age. Spectator,

55 beth W. True,

92

A Cure for a Bad Temper. Mrs. Ellis, 72

POETRY.
Affection. Chambers' Journal,

79

Ambition. Gay,

A Family in Heaven. Rev. Albert Barnes, 32). Along the Path,”? &c. Miss M. D. Balfour, 48

Advice to Young Ladies. Lydia J. Pierson, 140

“ Be true to me,”

24

Beautiful Sentiment. Dr. Johnson,

• 139

“ Blessed are they that mourn." William

Bad Books,

57

C. Bryant,

83

Cruelty. Mrs. L. S. Goodwin,

34

Burial of the Seed. From the German, 91

Disposition. Rev. Thomas H. Mudge, 84

Dirge for an Infant. Miss Eliza Paine, 55

Female Influence in Religion,

33

Envy. Cumberland's Menander,

3

Formation of Character, Mrs. I. A.G. Howe, 103

Enduring Beauty. Mrs. L. S. Goodwin, 139
How to make Home a Happy Place. Mrs.

Evening. Mrs. L. H. Sigourney,

31
I. A. G. Howe,

49

"Give me the Hand." Goodwin Barmby, 93
"I have a Thought for that Child." Rev.

Hagar and Ishmael. Nathaniel P. Willis, 10
H. B. Hooker,

1

In the Hour of Death. Sacred Lyrics, 68
"I've done with Works of Fiction." Rev.

“ It is finished.” Francis,

96
H. B. Hooker,

137
Invitation. Mrs. A. T. Hayden,

93
Letters from a sister. By an Original Con.

60
tributor,

13, 39, 69"Jesus, I my cross have taken,',

6. Live to do good.” G. W. Bethune, D. D., 16
Life-Shorteners. Mrs. L. H. Sigourney, 47
Maternal Love. Rev. E. P. Dyer,

6
Literary Accomplishments. Rev. John S.

May Day,

119
C. Abbott,

87

On the Death of Edgar A. Poe. Sarah T.

Literary Notices. Editorial, 23, 86, 119, 141

Bolon,

21

London Bridge,

118

Shadows,

42

Parental Qualifications. Mrs. E. B. Marcy, 25

Spring. Mrs. A. B. Welby,

85

Precept and Example. Mrs. Sarah P.:

Spring. James Thompson,

• 112

Copeland,

73

The Grave. Gray,

5

Resignation. Matthew Henry,

114

The Mother's Grave. Sarah Parker, 29

The Fate of Nations dependent on Mothers.

To Mrs L. Tenney. Miss Adaliza Cutter, 32

Rev. George C. Beckwith,

4

The Soul's Passing. London Atheneum, 57

The Bereaved Mother. Rev. Daniel Wise, 7

The Sunbeam. Mrs. Sarah E. Goodhue, 59

"That Passionate Child." Rev. Thomas

To Day and To-Morrow,

71

H. Mudge,

30

The Life Book. Home Journal,

76

The Beauty of Religion in Young Ladies.

The Step Mother. Dr. John B. McCabe, 102

Rev. H. P. Andrews,

43

To My Wise. Rev. S. D. Phelps,

107

The Unrepaired Shoe. Almira Augusta, 56

The Lost Friend. Mrs. P. P. Sempaynac, 113

The Tower of London,

58

The Lost Lamb. Mrs. Amanda P. Mathir, 61

MUSIC.

The Man at Home. Ideals of Every Day

“ Be true to me,”

24

Life,

77

Along the path,”

47

Training of Boys. Mrs. L. S. Goodwin, 80

- Jesus, I my cross,

60

The Last Leaf. Miss Julia Knowlton, 94 It is finished.” Boston Sacred Harmony, 95

The Cultivation of Piety in Childhood. Rev.

May Day,

120
R. S. Storrs, D. D.,

97

“Golden-Tressed Adelaide." Common

The Contrast. Rev. H. P. Andrews, 109

School Songster,

142

The Prodigal Son Restored. Clark W.
Bryan,

121

ENGRAVINGS.
Thoughts for the Thoughtless. Rcv. Baron Hagar in the Wilderness,

January.

Stow,

115 The Tower of London,

March.

“Very Comfortable.” Mrs. H. C. Knight, 17 London Bridge,

May.

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