leisure and spare Hours you may indulge your Inclinations this way. But let them not break in either upon the daily Hours of secret Reading or Devotion.
So shall you consecrate your Heart and Life, your Muse and your daily Works to the Honour of Christ in the Way of your own Salvation.
In addition to her poetical effusions Mr. Turell enumerates,
In Prose many things, among them Some essay to write her own life, which begins with Thanksgivings to God for distinguishing her from most in numerates in the following manner:—
1. I thank God for my Immortal Soul, and that Reason and Understanding which distinguishes me from the lower Creation.
2. For my Birth in a Christian Country, in a Land of Light, where the true God and Jesus Christ are known.
3. For pious and honourable Parents, whereby I am favour'd beyond many others.
4. For faithful and godly Ministers, who are from time to time showing me the Way of Salvation.
5. For a Polite as well as Christian Education.
eight feet long by nineteen feet wide.
The apse of the chancel is pierced by fifteen lancet windows, each a memorial, filled with richly colored glass, illustrating scenes from the Old Testament and events in the life of our Saviour.
The subjects, of which there are three groups, are as follows, beginning at the north:—
Isaac Carrying the Wood for Sacrifice, The Finding of Moses, The Child Samuel, Elijah Raising the Widow's Son, The Young Princes Before Nebuchadnezzar, The Nativity of Christ, Adoration of the Magi, Presentation in the Temple, Amongst the Doctors, The Cottage at Nazareth, Christ Blessing Little Children, Raising Jairus' Daughter, Raising the Widow's Son, The Youthful Timothy, and His Teachers, St. John With Children.
These windows were placed in memory of:
Cynthia M. Ames,1880.
John W. Firth,1887.
Edward S. Church,1869.
E. I. and W. I. Ingersoll,1880.
Sarah Jane Haskell,1879.
Margaret G. Hutchins,1876.