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and of all the crowd that flocked to pay their last tribute of respect, rrone asked whither she had taken her journey. Her life made them forget, who had prejudices against her faith. When in 1839_she felt herself called upon (for she did her own thinking) to leave the Baptists for that ground on which alone she believed the people of God could, and ultimately would unite, no one could mistake her affectionate and God-honoring countenairce for that expression of quibbling inquietude so characteristic of the restless religionist.

But she fell most suddenly and unexpectedly, without premonitory sicknass, in her 50tla year, in the meridian of her usefulness, leaving no natural child to mourn her death; but more than one, to whom she has been more than mother, will long look sorrowing towards the mound of our dear departed sister. May the Lord sustain her deeply afflicted hus. band!

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SERIES III.

VOLUME V-NUMBER III.

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CONTENTS.
Tracts for the People, No. 22, 121 | Discipline, No. 5,

161
Interpretation of the Scriptures, News from the Churches, 167
No. 5,
133 | Obituary,

173 Acts of Apostles, 138 Abolitionism,

176 American and Foreign Bible So Our cheap Periodicals, 178 ciety, 146 | Bacon College,

179 Letters from Europe, No. 23, 150 | Free Masons, Odd Fellows, &c. 180 Letters from Europe, No. 24, 154

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