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1. To Rev. R. MACDONALD, during illness, before going to Palestine,
9... Mrs. THAIN, during the continuance of the same,
.. Do, before going on the Mission,
.. Mias COLLIER. How his silence may be useful,
5. .. Rav. W.C. BURNS, on his coming to supply his place,
6. PASTORAL LETTERS, No. 1. View of what has happened,
2. Past tiines of privilege, .
3. How God works by Providence,
4. God the answerer of prayer, .
5. Returns made to God, Isaiah v., .
6. Self-devotedness, .
7. Unexpected calls, ..
8. Warnings to the unsaved,
9. From Leghorn. Travels, .
10. From Breslaw. Travels, .
To Rev. J. ROXBURON. From Jerusalem-Account of the Land.
17. .. Rev. R. MACDONALD. From Carmel.
18. .. Rev. W.C. Brons. Inquiries about the Revival, .
... Miss COLLIER. Riches of Christ,
... Mr. J. T. Just. Prayer-meetings,
21. .. A PARISHIONER in sickness. Troubles sanctify, ..
.. A SOUL WHOM HE NEVER SAW. Looking to Jesus,
.. Rev. W.C. BURNS. A Minister's Africtions,
... Rev. Dan. EDWARDS. What a Missionary must seek,
Holiness and success, .
.. Mrs. THAIN When invited to rest a while, .
.. ONE WHOSE FACE WAS ZIONWARD, .
:.. A S. L. The person and heart of Jesus,
... Mr. W. C. BURN. Awakenings-Personal holiness
.. Rev. P. L. MILLER On beginning his Ministry,
... Mr. G. SAAW. The Jews - Studies,
... His SABBATA SCHOOL TEACHERS,
... BLAIRGOWRIE SOCIETY. Advices,
... A SOUL SEEKING JESUS, No. 1. Corruption,
2. The Righteousness of Christ,
3. Joy in belleving, .
4. Christ is precious, .
5. Found in Christ, ..
6. Leaning on Jesus, .
.. THE MEMBERS OF A PRAYER-ME E'TING. The Sower,
.. M. S. Trying dispensations, .
.. E. R. Corruptions drive us to Christ, .
.. J. T. A boy anxious about his soul, ..
.. A. T. On the death of his brother, .
... Rev. D. CAMPBELL. Advice to a brother in sickness,
... Rev. HoR. BONAR. Breathings after holiness,
.. Rev. R. MacDONALD. Words of counsel,
.. THE TEACHER OF A FEMALE SCHOOL. Do what you car
.. ONE AWAKENED FROM SLEEP. Call to Jesus,
.. A SOUL INQUIRING AFTER JESUS. What is in Christ,
Trials-Atonement in Christ,
.. ONE WHO HAD BEGUN TO SEE JESUS,
.. Rev. P. L. Mila A * lo the weary,
SPECIMENS OF HIS SKETCHES OF SERMONS.
Isajah xlviii. 18,
Romans iv, 4-6, . .
Proverbs xiv. 9,
1 John iv. 7-13, .
Zechariah xii. 10, ..
Jeremiah xxxiii. 16,
Revelation u. 11-15,
LEBANON-ITS SCENERY AND ALLUSIONS,
Notes ON THE TYPES FOUND IN THE TABERNACLE,
OTHER PIECES ALREADY PUBLISHED.
EVIDENCE ON REVIVALS, .
ANOTHER Lily GATHERED-CONVERSION OF James LAING.
THIS DO IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME,
THE ACCEPTABLE YEAR OF THE LORD,
REASONS WHY CHILDREN SHOULD FLY TO CHRIST,
Why is God A STRANGER IN THE LAND? .
I LOVE THE Lord's Day, . .
LETTER ON THE SABBATH RAILWAYS,
LETTER ON COMMUNION WITH BRETUREN OF OTHER DENOMINATIONS,
TO THE LAMBS OF THE FLOCK,
DAILY BREAD, . . .
Songs of Zion.
1. The Barren Fig Tree, ..
2. Jehovah Tsidkenu, .
3. They Sing the Song of Moses, .
4. On Mungo Park's finding a Tuft of Moss,
5. I am Debtor. .
6. Children called to Christ,
7. Thy Word is a Lamp unto my Feet, ..
8. The Fountain of Siloam,
9. The Sea of Galilee.
10. To Yonder Side, .
11. On the Mediterranean Sea, at A
12. The Child coming to Jesus, ,
13. Oil in the Lamp,.
14. On J. T., a Believing Boy,
LECTURE I. THE TEN VIRGINS, Part 1,
V. BETHANY, Part 1.
LETTER I. To his FAMILY,-London, wth March, 1839, .
. II. TO THE SAME,-London, 9th April, .
III. TO THE SAME,-Boulogne, 12th April,
.. IV. To nis MOTHER,-Lyons, 20ch April, . .
V. To as Sister,-Tienda, Alth April, . .
To His FATHER, -Malta, 5th May, .
. VII. TO THE REV. R. S. CANDLISH,-Malta, 6th May,
VII. To his MOTHER, - Alexandria, 15th May, .
IX. To us FAMILY,-Mount Carmel, 20th June, .
X. To The Rev. R. S. Candlisy,--Mount Cannel, 27th June,
XI. TO THE SAME,-Beyrout, 5th July, .
XII. To his SISTER,- Beyrout, 8th July, .
.. XII. To Mrs. Coutts,–Beyrout, 22nd July, .
. XIV. To his SISTER,-Beyrout, 22nd July, .
.. XV. TO THE Rev. A. N. SOMERVILLE.-Beyrout, 23rd July,
.. XVI. To his FAMILY,-Bouja, 22nd August, . . .
.. XVIL TO Tux Rxv. A. N. SOMERVILLE,-Bouja, 2nd August, .
.. XVIII. To his Sister,-Galatz., 1st September,
. XIX. To us FATHER AND Mother-Bucharest, 10th September,
.. XX. TO THE Rev. R. S. CANDLISH,-Bossanze, 26th September,
. XXI. TO HIS SISTER,-Tarnapol, Ist October, .
.. XXII. To nis Father AND MOTHER,-Breslau, 17th October, .
.. XXIII. TO THE SAME,-London, 6th November, .
.. XXIV. To The Rev. R. S. CANDLISH,-London, 11th November, .
.. XXV. To mis FATHER AND MOTHER,-Dundee, 20th November, .
- Many shall rejoice at his birth ; for he shall be great in the sight of the Lord.”—Luk: i. 14.
In the midst of the restless activity of such a day as ours, it will be felt by ministers of Christ to be useful, in no common degree, to trace the steps of one who but lately left us, and who, during the last years of his short life, walked calmly in almost unbroken fellowship with the Father and the Son.
The date of his birth was May 21, 1813. About that time, as is now evident to us who can look back on the past, the Great Head had a purpose of blessing for the Church of Scotland. Eminent men of God appeared to plead the cause of Christ. The Cross was lifted up boldly in the midst of Church Courts which had long been ashamed of the Gospel of Christ. More spirituality and a deeper seriousness began a few years onward to prevail among the youth of our Divinity Halls. In the midst of such events, whereby the Lord was secretly preparing a rich blessing for souls in all our borders, the subject of this Memoir was born. " Many were to rejoice at his birth;" for he was one of the blessings which were beginning to be dropt down upon Scotland, though none then knew that one was born whom hundreds would look up to as their spiritual father.
The place of his birth was Edinburgh, where his parents resided. He was the youngest child of the family, and was called Robert MURRAY, aiter the name of some of his kindred.
From his infancy his sweet and affectionate temper was remarked by all who knew him. His mind was quick in his attainments; he was easily taught the common lessons of youth, and some of his peculia: endowments began early to appear. At the age of four, while recovering from some illness, he selected as his recreation the study of the Greek alphabet, and was able to name all the letters, and write them in a rude way upon a slate. A year after he made rapid progress in the English class, and at an early period became somewhat eminent among his school-fellows