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In cloth, is. 3d. cacb, 1Is. 6d. per dozen, casb. THE CHILD'S CHURCH SERVICE. 18mo. THIRD
THE LITURGY, according to the use of the CHURCH of ENGLAND, for use in Church, with Homely Explanations to be read at Home or at School. WITH TWENTY.
TWO CUTS. “The enormous sale that, as wc understand, this little book has already commanded, is a sufficient testimony to the excellence of the idea which it embodies and which it has carried out with so much ingenuity and taste. It comprises the Communion Service printed on the right-hand page of each “ open," while the opposite one is devoted to a plain, sensible, orthodox, and devout exposition of the Eucharistic doctrine of the Church Catholic. Another happy thought consists of ten pairs of little Dureresque woodcuts connecting the principal acts of the Liturgy with points in the great drama of the Atonement."--The Church Times.
“ How this exquisite little book can be brought out at the price is a mystery. It consists of our Communion Service with explanations on the opposite pages, running on side by side, which are eminently plain, and convey the soundest, Catholic teaching. The illustrations are quaint, devotional, and Catholic, and form a great help to realizing true sacramental worship. They are scattered in profusion over the book."--The Church Review.
" Anything more likely to train up a child in the way he should not go, it is quite impossible to conceive. Very cleverly done indeed.”—The Rock.
“This is really a miracle of beauty and cheapness! It is only 1s. 3d., and each of the twenty-two woodcuts would be cheap at the money!”—The Illus. trated Review.
“The Child's Church Service” will be a great help to Christian parents, who want to explain the Altar Service to their children. The explanations of the different portions of the Service with reference to the Passion of Our Blessed Lord, and the Pictures, shewing side by side the chief Acts of the Priest in Celebrating, and of our great High Priest in his Passion and Crucifixion, will enable quite young children to enter with heart and mind into the meaning of the only Service of general obligation.''-The Church Union Gazette.
Crown 8vo: DR. JOHN HENRY NEWMAN'S WORKS. New
Uniform Edition. Average per volume, 6s. For list of various volumes, see catalogue at end of this book.
Fcap. 8vo. 6s. BISHOP KEN'S CHRISTIAN YEAR. Hymns and
Poems for the Festivals and Holy Days of the Church. For further description, see catalogue at end,
ODES TO GREAT (?) MEN; OR, HINTS or HORACE
ON MEN AND THINGS. "To readers who can appreciate humour we promise a rich treat."-Tbe Ch urch Times,
By the Same.
Crown 8vo. 35. SAD TONES FOR SICK TIMES. A volume of
clever Satire on the Blunders and Incompetence of Contemporary Ecclesiastical Functionaries.
Fcap. 8vo, 45.
Fcap. 8vo. 35. 6d.
Fcap. 8vo. 35. 64.
CHILDREN. “Perhaps you will admire the number of subjects, all of children, picked out by an old bachelor and an old maid. Many parents would not have found so many."--Charles Lamb to Coleridge.
Fcap. 8vo. 55. POEMS AND HYMNS. By EDWARD CASWALL.
Some of these Hymns can be found in every Hymn-book now in use, whether Roman, Anglican, or Nonconformist, many others of equal beauty are left unworked in this mine
of Eucharistic Poetry. THE LATIN YEAR. HYMNS FOR THE SEASONS OF
THE CHURCH, in Rhyming Latin, the most Musical and
LONDON: BASIL MONTAGU PICKERING, 196, PICCADILLY.