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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY W.W. WOODWARD, -
No. 52, CORNER OF SECOND AND CHESNUT STREETS.
Presb. Assor 3-6-1933
CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
I. Cottage Piety; or the good Order of Thomas
II. The Subject continued—Sunday Devotions. 14
III. Account of Thomas Newman's Conyersion
by Mr. Lovegood's Preaching, with his
happy Marriage to Betty.
IV. The Church defended against false Friends,
and inward Enemies; in a dispute between
the Rev. Mr. Dolittle, Farmer Littleworth,
and his Family:
V. Conversation between Farmer Littleworth
and two Ministers, the Rev. Messrs. Brisk
and Smirking, on the evil Nature and Ten-
dency of Stage Plays.
VI. The Prodigal's Conversion at Sea, or glad
Tidings from Henry Littleworth, with a
Letter to his Father.
VII. The Sunday School Examination, with a
Character of the Family of the Worthys. 100
VIII. The Prodigal's Return, with his Recep-
tion, and the Family Rejoicings on the Oc-
IX. The Evils of the Slave Trade delineated. 137
X. The Evils of the Slave Trade farther deli.