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Homeopathic Practitioners, and the Medical Profession generally, recommend Cocoa as being the most healthful of all beverages. When the doctrine of homeopathy was first introduced into this country, there were to be obtained no preparations of cocoa either attractive to the taste or acceptable to the stomach; the nat was either "pplied in the crude state, or so unskilfully manufactured as to obtain little notice. .. Epps, of London, homoeopathic chemist, was induced in the year 1839 to turn his atten

ion to this subject, and at length succeeded, with the assistance of elaborate machinery, in eing the first to produce an article pure in its composition, and so refined by the perfect ritaration it receives in the process it passes through, as to be most acceptable to the delicate stomach. As a

BREAKFAST BEVERAGE

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." • 198:-“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., † 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

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I. GETHSEMANE: by the Rev. CAPEL MOLYNEUX, B.A. - 3
II. CHARLIE (with an Illustration) . . . . . 16
III. THINGS NOT WORTHY . . . . . . . 19
IV. BREAD UPON THE WATERS.

No. I.—THE MAGDALEN HOSPITAL . . . . .
V. THE INFLUENCE OF GAOL CHAPLAINS
VI. HEAVEN OUR HOME . . . . . . . 55
VII. THROUGH THE FURNACE.
: Book the first.-MARTHA'S STORY (with an Illus-

tration) . . . . . . . . 57
CHAP. I. WHEN WE WERE CHILDREN.
9II. . OUR COUSIN.

» III. “Is IT WELL TO WISH THEE HAPPY!”.
VIII. AGNUS DEI . . . . . . . . .
IX. ECCENTRICITY

X. MR. GLADSTONE AS AN HYMNOLOGIST.
XI. OUTDOOR CLERICAL AMUSEMENTS
XII. AT SOUTH KENSINGTON, AUGUST 26, 1864
XIII. HELEN CARR . . .
XIV. HAPPINESS. .

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