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SIX YEARS' DIARY

BY

JAMES SLATOR CUMMING, ESQ.,

A LIEUTENANT IN HER MAJESTY'S 9TH FOOT,

awritten solely for his own Improvement,

FOR HE SAYS,

“ There is a kind of satisfaction in keeping up a connection with fleeting
Time ; I shall thereby be able to consider what have been my thoughts and
habits in the different stages of life, and thus determine WHETHER MY FEELINGS
ARE TO BE THOSE OF PLEASURE OR REGRET.”July 3rd, 1839.

OF THE AUTHOR, A DISTINGUISHED OFFICER WRITES,

“ There was this consolation, no one ever left this world better prepared to
die ; he was, indeed, charming in every way : I considered him faultless."

“ Woe to them that trust in chariots, because they are many; and in horse-
men, because they are very strong. But they look not to the Holy One of Israel,
neither seek the Lord.
“ Turn ye unto him, from whom the children of Israel have deeply revolted.”

ISAIAH C. xxxi. v. 1 and 6.

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KINKY MORSE STEPHENS

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.

HER GRACIOUS MAJESTY QUEEN ADELAIDE.

HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF GLOUCESTER.

Lady Elizabeth Alexander, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin.
Lady Catherine Brownlow, Merrion Square, Dublin.
Lady Blaney, Kingstown, Dublin.
Lady Grace Gore, Brunswick Square, Brighton.
Lady Harriet Forde, Hollymont, Downpatrick.
Lady Meredith, Rutland Square, Dublin.
Lady Mac Naughten, Surrey House, Hyde Park Place.
Mrs. Ryves, Ryves Castle, Brighton.
Mrs. A. H. Shirlock, Liverpool.

Mrs. Conner, Summer Hill, Dublin.

Mrs. Jackson, Baker Street, Portman Square, London (2 copies).
Mrs. Burrell, Oriel Terrace, Cheltenham.
Mrs. Bagot Nolan, King's Town, Dublin.
Mrs. Mathews, Spring Vale, Harcourt Street, Dublin.
Mrs. Chambers, Eastry, Kent.

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