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New Magazine for Sunday School Teachers.
The Committee of the Sunday School Union have pleasure in announcing that, desirous of fully meeting the demands of the times in relation to Sunday School Literature, they have determined upon the publication of a
FIRST-CLASS MAGAZINE FOR TEACHERS,
equal, in the variety and excellence of its contents, to the requirements of the great body of thoughtful and intelligent Sunday School workers; and yet issued at a price which shall place it within the reach of the humblest agent in this great enterprise.
The New Magazine will be published Monthly at TWOPENCE, and the First Number will appear on January 1st, 1868, under the title of
"THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER.”
With it will be incorporated The Union Magazine and The Sunday School Teachers' Magazine, the distinctive advantages of which, together with several new features of interest and importance, will be embodied in
"THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER."
London: SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, 56, Old Bailey, E.C.
LASGOW INFANT SCHOOL Magazine. First Series, 39th Thousand, price 38.; also, Second Series, 10th Thousand, price 3s.
London: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & Co.
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.
No. CCXVII., for OCTOBER, 1867, price 6s. Edited by Professor JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL, and CHARLES ELIOT NORTON, Esq.
Art I.-George the Third and Lord North. By
II. The United States Naval Observatory.
III.-Bank of England Restriction, 1797-1821.
VI. Our National Schools of Science. By D.
VII-Key and Oppert on Indo-Europeau Phi-
VIII.-The Reformation of Prison Discipline.
IX.-The Winthrop Papers. By James Russell
TICKNOR & FIELDS, Publishers, Boston.
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being finished in a style superior to any native printing, attracts the attention of the higher classes. But in addition to the circulation it must attain to among Native Readers, it will also come under the notice of the European residents, in those distant parts. These number in the ports of China and Japan from 5,000 to 6,000, and they cannot but view with some sympathy an effort such as this to bring the West and the East to a better acquaintance.
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HE CLERGY LIST FOR 1868. THE WONDERFUL ALMANAC
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