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` y 0 _·;0 children. ;A vein of deep, strong feeling runs s _ thrnugh, the work, giving it an interest which it could not other- _ C The eiioetionste mother, the humble Christian, the 2 iriocl ofesii spirit accustomed to look beyonchthe present. . A are everywhere observable, while a rich and even poetic Bow of diction gives vigour and zest to the style."