On this page
- Text (2)
Note: This text has been automatically extracted via Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software. The text has not been manually corrected and should not be relied on to be an accurate representation of the item.
Additionally, when viewing full transcripts, extracted text may not be in the same order as the original document.
Sunshine Boston: : W A Alker New , Name ...
But Mrs . Dall has found that there are very many abodes tenanted by free men and women where yet ' this mos t t blessed t
_^ visi ver here tan it t t has has been been has forcibl volun immured y t aril t ou as hel t stric from lessness tly forbidden . gloomies How much t dungeons en need er as w
heaven there is -sen yranny in t sunbeam own coun s may try for jud p ged leadin p by g the for following freer admi extract ssion of :
make " One a bridal cold winter call . 's I day was , not ushered very into long a room ago , I so went in letel a Southern dark city that to I stumbled over a large Newfoundland dogwithout , in the comp least comprehending y ,
the the outline nature of of the the grate obstruction and hearth . Far . After off , , a sitting few glowing some minutes coals diml , I determined y revealed to ascertain bwhat the light of heaven had been so successfull
y means y excluded I groped . my " Giving way across a shrewd the room Yankee . I guess lifted as first to the a heavy locality drapery of the of window crimson , with white silk
then damask , a thick , falling hollan in folds d blind , and ; and lined , , lastl as it y , afterwards close fitting appeared to the , glass , and kept ; th down an coffe by a e p bagg iece ing of . lead On , sewed the outside into the , the hem green , a screen Venetian of close blinds serge were , heavier shut . "
and selves dwellings No sallow wonder to the the comp bleached vitalizing that lexions our condition Am i t nfluence hey erican thus of of sedulousl cousin cellar ligh s t - and are y shu noted condemn t ou lants t from for . them sickl their But y -
even in English homes a fear of faded cur grown tains and p carpets is sacri their t hat ficing t t heir imes owners the colour so ; radiant trong and may to as bloom be any to preserved render who of health may the at warnin in unwitting the th expense emselves g no l t y unnecessary have of and that their been of
a children erusal to of the this bri lliance ttle of mere hlet uphol Our stery own , we Miss woul Ni d commend htingale
in p her recent " Notes pamp on Hosp . itals , " dwells much g on the , desirabilitof hitals beinso constructed as that each ward
y ospg rays shall , such be ex an posed arrangemen on all sides t hav to ing the been full foun influence d singular of the ly bene sun ' s - be
ficial to the patients ; and while prevention is allowed to possible better than while cure in , health why sh condi ould t ions no wh t st rive h have to ma been inta ascer in as t f ar ined as
best to promote recovery , ? Of these assuredly sunlight is one .
Notices Of Books. 285
NOTICES OF BOOKS . 285
A Letter To Hjveiy One Who Will Hnow His...
A Letter to _HJveiy one who will hnow his Bible . By a B . A ., Oxon . Rivingtons , 3 , Waterloo Place . overcoming A suggestion a difficulty of a very often simple felt but viz very how efficacious to maintain means an of
has interest deprived in the th reading em of of all the novelty Scriptures , . The ., , when plan long adopted familiarity with _,
sing perfect le word success till by I could the writer attach was to it that some of separate u passing meaning over no
consistent with what went before and what followed ; " and ,
were this intelligent study of the Sacred books generally
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1864, page 285, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061864/page/69/