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for general use, Epps's Cocoa is distinguished as an invigorating, grateful breakfast
beverage, with a delicious aroma. Dr. Hassall, in his work, “ Food and its Adulterations."
stys :-“Cocoa contains a great variety of important nutritive principles; every ingredient
biecessary to the growth and sustenance of the body.” Again, “ As a nutritive, cocoa stands
very much higher than either coffee or tea.” Directions :-Two teaspoonfuls of the powder
in a breakfast cup, filled up with boiling water or milk. Secured in tin-lined lb., 1 lb.,
and 1 lb. labelled packets, and sold at 1s. 6d. per lb., by grocers, confectioners, and
chemists. Each packet is labelled “ J. Epps, Homeopathic Chemist, 112, Great Russell
Street; 170, Piccadilly; and 48, Threadneedle Street; Manufactory, 398, Euston Road."

CONTENTS.

PAOR

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I. GETHSEMANE: by the Rev. CAPEL MOLYNEUX, B.A.
II. CHARLIE (with an Illustration)

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III. THINGS NOT WORTHY

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IV. BREAD UPON THE WATERS.

No. 1.—THE MAGDALEN HOSPITAL.

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V. THE INFLUENCE OF GAOL CHAPLAINS

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VI. HEAVEN OUR HOME

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VII. THROUGH THE FURNACE.

Book the first.—MARTHA'S STORY (with an Illus-

tration)
CHAP. I. WHEN WE WERE CHILDREN.

· II. · OUR COUSIN.

III. “Is IT WELL TO WISH THEE HAPPY!
VIII. AGNUS DEI.

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XII. AT SOUTH KENSINGTON, AUGUST 26, 1864.

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XIII. HELEN CARR

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XIV. HAPPINESS

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