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1. EARLY GERMAN HERMITS. Editor....... 2. MILILY JUDGE YE OF EACH OTHER. (POETRY) ..... 3. THE MOUNT OF ASCENSION. By Rev. B. Balsuan.... 4. GOLDEN PARABLES. EDITOR...... 5. SATURDAY NIGHT. (POETRY)... 6. DEATH...... 7. DESCRIPTION OF OUR SAVIOUR.. 8. PROPHECY. (POETRY)..... 19. PHILADELPHIA IN 1748. EDITOR... 10. TOLERATION IN JAPAN. ll. THE SINGLE FRIEND. (POETRY)..... 12. NAMES OF DAYS_THEIR ORIGIN. 13. THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO LIVE ON EARTH. (Poetry) 176 14. GRAY HAIRS Editor... 15. MOTHER MADE IT........ 16. APPLES OF GOLD.-No. 7. BY ECLECTICUS.. 17. THE DEATH BED. (POETRY)............. 18. THE TRUE LADY... 19 LOVE'S MINISTRATIONS. (Poetry)...... 20. DREAMS OF THE BIBLE. R. P. T. 21. REMEMBER THE LITLLE ONES. 22. JOY OVER THE RETURNING.... 99. FITULNESS OF SPRING. (POETRY.).. 24. CAN A MOTHER FORGET?.. 95. THE STUDY.
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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE, DEVOTED TO THE SOCIAL, LITERARY AND
RELIGIOUS İNTERESTS OF YOUNG MEN AND LADIES.
EDITED BY REV. H. HARBAUGH.
THE GUARDIAN began its TENTH VOLUME on the First of January, 1859. It has lived sufficieotly long to reveal its true character, and to be known by its fruits. The steady encouragement wbich it has received from its constant friends, is proof enough that it has a mission to fulfil, and that the spirit in which it labors meets with approval. Cheered by these facts we offer a new volume of the Guardian to the favor of its friends,
This Magazine will be, as heretofore, devoted to the highest interests of the young. at the most solemn and interesting period of their life. It will offer iis friendly coon. sels to them in an earnest though free and cheerful way. It will solemnly seek to warn them against the wrong, and affectionately allure them to the right. The Editor will endeavar to make its contents true, pure, fresh, and healthy as the morning of life. It will particularly urge self-culture and early piety as of the highest importance. It will seek to move in the element of its motto: "Life-Light-Love."
The Guardian has no denominational or party bias. It interferes not with controversies either in Church or State. It is its ambition to take the quiet way of peace and love. It would turn the attention of its readers to that first and greatest of duties, the cultivation of the heart, mind, social feelings and pious affections. It will have its reward if it can be the means of making Hearts better, Homes bappier, and Heaven surer. The evidence that it has in a degree done this, which the experience of years has furnished, is more precious to us than gain or gold. Cheerfully, hopefully, and believingly we look into the future as we take our pilgrim-staff in hand to travel another year.
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