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AMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED BY

OTHER SCRIPTURES.

BY THE LATE

MISS SUSAN ALLIBONE.
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As when long ago David played with his harp “Saul was refreshed
and was well, and the evil spirit departed from him,” even so it is now.
The harp of David still sounds: composing many an agitated heart;
opening many a sullen mind to better feelings, and dispossessing many
an evil spirit.

SECOND EDITION.

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BRIEF NOTICE OF THE AUTHOR.

The traveller in Eastern lands regards with peculiar interest the well at which preceding adventurers have drank; the tree or rock beneath whose shade they have reclined, or the spot where they have suffered exposure or disasters.

In the pilgrimage of life, there is something quite analogous to this. We love to know what sources of strength and refreshment have been accessible to those who have gone before us, to linger around the place of their conflicts and triumphs, and to

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AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of

Pennsylvania.

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BRIEF NOTICE OF THE AUTHOR.

The traveller in Eastern lands regards with peculiar interest the well at which preceding adventurers have drank; the tree or rock beneath whose shade they have reclined, or the spot where they have suffered exposure or disasters.

In the pilgrimage of life, there is something quite analogous to this. We love to know what sources of strength and refreshment have been accessible to those who have gone before us, to linger around the place of their conflicts and triumphs, and to

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