KATIE JOHNSTONE’S CROSS

 

A Canadian Tale

 

By A. M. M.


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  “With patience, then, the course of duty run;
God never does, nor suffers to be done,
But that which thou would’st wish, if thou could’st see
The end of all events as well as He!”

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TORONTO
JAMES CAMPBELL AND SON
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1870


 

CONTENTS.


PREFACE  
 
    WHAT A DAY MAY BRING FORTH  
 
    A FIRST SORROW  
 
    “HE STAYETH HIS ROUGH WIND IN THE DAY OF THE EAS WIND”  
 
    GOOD FRIDAY  
 
    A HOME MISSION  
 
    AN EVENING TALK  
 
    HIDDEN TROUBLES  
 
    AN ARRIVAL AND A NEW FRIEND  
 
    A VISIT  
 
    NED’S FRIENDS  
 
    SUNSHINE AND SHADE  
 
    SORROW  
 
    COMFORT  
 
    A SUDDEN SHOCK  
 
    THE SEA-SIDE  
 
    THORNS IN THE WAY  
 
    CHANGES  
 
    GOING HOME