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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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'HE Editor presents her most grateful ac

knowledgments to the publishers in the United States and in England, who have kindly given her permission to use passages from their publications, and to the authors who have allowed her to make selections from their writings.

To Messrs. D. Appleton & Co., for an extract from “Old Faiths and New Facts," by W. W. Kinsley ; to Messrs. Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., for a passage from Mrs. A. B. R. Lindsay, and several from Rev. J. R. Miller, D. D.; to Messrs. Dodd, Mead & Co., for two stanzas from “ The Invisible Playmate, etc.; to Messrs. E. P. Dutton & Co., for passages from Rev. W. R. Huntington, D. D., and two stanzas by W. M. L. Jay ; to Messrs. Houghton, Miffin & Co., for selections from Rev. J. F. Clarke, D. D., C. P. Cranch, R. W. Emerson, Miss Kimball, Miss Larcom, Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, Rev. E. Mulford, Rev. A. McKenzie, D.D., Rev. G. S. Merriam, Mrs. Stowe, and J. G. Whittier; to Messrs. Little, Brown & Co., for a verse by Miss Alexander, several by Susan Coolidge, and extracts from T. Parsons; to Mr. A. D. F. Randolph, for passages from the “Life of Mrs. Prentiss,” and “Urbane and his friends ;” to Messrs. Fleming H. Revell Co., from Rev. F. B. Meyer, Mrs. H. W. Smith, and “Life of Catherine Booth; " to Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons, for a verse from Miss Larned's “In Woods and Fields; " to Mr. Thomas Whittaker, for passages from the sermons of Rev. G. Hodges, D. D.; and to Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons, for selections from the writings of Rev. Henry Van Dyke.

And, in England, to Messrs. George Bell's Sons, for selections from Mrs. Ewing's works; to Messrs. Blackwood & Sons, from “ Scientific Religion,” by Laurence Oliphant; to Messrs. Burns & Oates, from “Life of Mother Henrietta Kerr,” and “Life" and writings of Archbishop Ullathorne; to Messrs. William Caswell & Co., from “ My Life in Christ,” by Father John; to Messrs. Chatto & Windus, for verses by George Macdonald ; to Mr. David Douglas, from J. C. Shairp’s “Culture and Religion,” and “ Letters of T. Erskine;" to Messrs. Gibbings & Co., from Dora Greenwell's works; to Messrs. Hodder & Stoughton, from Drummond's “Ideal Life," Rev. H. Black, on “Friendship,” T. H. Gill's “Golden Chain of Praise," and “ Life of J. K. McKenzie ;” to Messrs. Hurst & Blackett, from novels of G. Macdonald; to Messrs. Isbister & Co., for two stanzas from the “ Invisible Playmate, etc.," and extracts from Bishop Thorold's works; to Messrs. Longmans, Green & Co., for passages from the writings of Canons Body, Carter, Liddon, Holland, Deans Goulburn and Paget, Bishop Hall, Rev. Mr. Brent, “ Life of Mother Francis Raphael,” Jean Ingelow, and Mrs. H. L. Sidney Lear (from her “Light of the Conscience,” “Weariness,” “ Joy,” and her translations of Fénelon, De Sales, etc. ;) to Messrs. Macmillan & Co., for selections from the works of Revs. J. M. Campbell, J. Ellerton, C. Kingsley, A. Maclaren, E. Thring, Messrs. R. H. Hutton, F. W. H. Myers, and J. Smetham, Archbishop Temple, Miss E. Watson, and Bishop Westcott; to Mr. Elkin Matthews, for a verse from Mrs. Hinkson's “ Cuckoo Songs ;” to Mr. John Murray, for passages from Mrs. Charles' “ Seven Homes,” Canon Gore's expositions of “Ephesians," "Romans," and the “Sermon on the Mount,” and Dean Stanley's sermons; to Messrs. James Nisbet & Co., from Miss Havergal, and Rev. A. Murray; to Messrs. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., for verses by Mrs. Hinkson, and an extract from “Life of J. Hinton ;” to Messrs. Seeley & Co., from Rev. H. C. G. Moule's “ Thoughts on the Spiritual Life,” and on “ Christian Sanctity; " to Mr. John F. Shaw, from Çanon Aitken's “ Easter-tide,” and “ Highway of Holiness; to Mr. T. Fisher Unwin, from “Life of C. L. Dodgson ;” to Messrs. Wells, Gardner, Darton & Co., from Canon Bright's “Law of Faith,” and writings of 'Bishops Ingram and Wilkinson; to Mrs. Eden, for passages from her “Life of Mrs. Ewing," and from Mrs. Ewing's “ Jackanapes ;” and to Mrs. Fox, for a selection from “The Spiritual Grasp of the Epistles,” by Rev. C. A. Fox.

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