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LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, LONGMANS, AND ROBERTS.
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THE SECOND VOLUME.
Autobiography.-Completion of her Life fragmentary.—Margate.-
Typhus Fever.-Anew seeks God. -Character of her Life.-Her
Mother's Letters.-Sacrifices for Health.-Shenstone.-Visits the
Gurneys of Earlham. — Friendship with Catherine Gurney. — Its
effect. — Recollections. — Letters on Christianity.—Mr. Pitchford.
-Visits Mrs. Barbauld. Her Mother's Advice. - Visits Bath.-
More Letters from her Mother
Winter in London. - Mrs. Beaver's.-Young Companions there.-
Desultory reflections. — Visits Miss Hamilton at Bath.—Reserve
and Sensitiveness.-Picture of what Mary Anne then was.—
Letter from Miss Hamilton. - English Lakes. - Suffering Health.
Change necessary. - At Bath with her Parents.-Deep unhap-
piness. First acquaintance with the Moravians. — How brought
about.- Miss Tucker.—Mr. Hazard.—A Christian Family.-Its
Early Composition.-Beauty and Deformity. - Views on Writing
for the Public.-Prayer. - Literary Work proposed to her.-Her
Mother's estimate of her powers.-Her Advice.-Extracts from
Journal.-Visits her Moravian Friends at Bath.-Extracts from
Marriage with Mr. Schimmel Penninck. - Hannah More's estimate
of his Family.-Her Mother's Letters to Mr. SchimmelPenninck.
-Points of contrast and points of similarity between the Mother
and the Daughter.-Letter written by her Mother many Years
Devotion to God's service. -Conflicts. - Refreshments.-Wesleyan
Methodists. Variety in the Fold of the Good Shepherd on Earth:
Unity in Heaven.-Desire to join the Moravians.-Unable to
receive "the Lot."-Seeks counsel of Mr. West.-Society and
Covenant Members.-Turns to Wesleyan Methodists.-Incomplete
views.-Baptism and the Lord's Supper.-Friendship with Miss
M. H.-Letters to her.-Extracts from Journal.-Absence of
Dates.-Engaged in charitable objects.-The Poor.-Schools.-
Love of teaching.-The recollection of some taught by her.-
Religious Meetings.-Literary labours.-Music.-Deepest grief of
her Life.-Separation from her Family.-Her conduct under it.—
Her Letters on the same.-Testimony of her abiding feelings