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YOUNG PERSONS OF RIPER YEARS,
TO BE USED BY
TEACHERS AND HEADS OF FAMILIES.
"Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will
JAMES NISBET, BERNERS STREET.
1271. e. 2
Whenever Answers to Questions are supplied, they are intended to assist the Instructor-as we before observed, he is to lead the Pupil to give the The references to Scripture should be
In the early part of this little work, we offered examples of lessons chiefly designed children: we here endeavour to give lessons for those of riper capacity. We venture to recommend such subjects to the consideration. of young persons preparing for confirmation, and the sacrament of the Lord's Supper:-not that any of the lessons have been written with a direct view to this end, but we believe that the age in which young persons are usually confirmed, is very susceptible of religious impressions; and the pious Mother or Instructor will gladly seize the opportunity of leading their mi to meditate upon serious subjects. Preparation for these solemn occasions may have most beneficial effect upon the heart: the in