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CHAPTER IV.-(Written by his Widow.)

From after his Marriage till his first Dangerous

Illness

50-56

Circumstances of his Conversion

57-67

He desires to enter the Ministry; Difficulties 67 72

He at length succeeds; his labours therein

72, 73

His last Sickness, and various circumstances during

that period

73-97

Remark, by Mr. Grinfield

98

“ Epitaph on an unnamed Saint,” written by his

Father-in-Law

98, 99

CHAPTER V.--LETTERS TO VARIOUS FRIENDS.

1. To a Nephew, then only seven years of age, on the

Power of Early Habits

100

2. To the Rev. Walker Gray, an intimate College

Friend, on occasion of the great change in his

Views and Feelings

103

3. To a Friend : Desire to be personally useful to him 104

4. To the same : on practical Atheism

105

5. To the same : Acknowledgment of the kindness of

God towards him in the circumstances of his re-

cent illness

106

6. To the same: Faith in the Divine guidance

106

7. To his Wife: One thing needful

107

8. To the same : on one of the children being taken

suddenly ill

108

9. To a Nephew : on a young man's choosing his future

course in life

109

10. To Mrs. R.: The view of the irreligious world a

motive to gratitude and zeal

112

11. To a Friend : The will of God seen in disappoint-

ments

113

12. To Mrs. R. : Difficulty of preserving gentleness in

religious controversy

113

13. To his Wife : Faith in the presence and power of

God

114

14. To a Friend : On the death of his Sister

115

15. To a Relative : On the same occasion

116

16. To the same: Riches and Poverty

116

17. To a Friend : On the Doctrine of a particular

Providence

117

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Memoir.

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