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WYNDHAM M. HUTTON,
(late of St Edmund Hall, Oxford,)
OF ST PAUL'S, TIPTON.
THIRD EDITION, Revised.
W. H. LAXTON, HIGH STREET.
LONDON: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL & CO.,
STATIONERS' HALL COURT.
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WYNDHAM M. HUTTON.
"The prize, the prize secure!
The Athlete nearly fell;
And bare not always well;
But he may smile at troubles gone,
En Memory of M. A. H.
"The Lamb is in the fold, In perfect safety penn'd ; The lion once had hold,
And thought to make an end;
But One came by with wounded side, And for the sheep the Shepherd died.”
"From darkness here and dreariness,
Is not the pilgrim's toil o'erpaid
By the clear rill and balmy shade?
And see we not, up earth's dark glade,
The gate of heaven unclose?"
OOR Gottfried, when very young, had been left a stranger in a strange land, and knew little or nothing of his Father except from what friends and neighbours told him. They said, indeed, that "He was a loving and righteous King, that His country was far distant, that He wished all who were subject to His government to be good and happy, and that the prosperity of His people appeared to be His ruling motive." They said, moreover, that "He had for a while sojourned among them, and that, after He had been withdrawn from their sight, the effect of His wise acts were still visible, and