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Stoop now thy wing, my Muse, now stoop thee low :
And lord of all the year, and their May-sportings crown'd.
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“What though short thy date
From the BAPTIST MAGAzINE for May, 1814.
We must introduce only an extract or two respecting the death of this Extraordinary Youth, lest we trespass on the space assigned for other articles, and anticipate too far, the pleasure to be experienced by our young friends in reading the whole of this interesting Pamphlet. Mr. Jaques deserves the thanks of the friends of youth and of religion, in having presented to the public in an English form a character so truly worthy of admiration and imitation.
From the Eva NGELICAL MAGAZINE for June, 1814.
The subject of these brief Memoirs, was indeed a child of extraordimary parts and piety, and his example is well calculated to excite others, who should however be guarded from discouragement, as he enjoyed advantages from nature and education which few possess. This small work forms a Valuable Addition to the juvenile library, especially in the higher classes of religious society, for whom it is particularly adapted; and exhibits the singular phoenomenon of a child who wrote A treatise or Divinity. At only TEN YEARs or Age |