Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 7 (1834), 281–82.





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[Hey] 1833


Botany, Design, Providence, Astronomy

    Avers that one of the foremost associations suggested by flowers 'is the assurance they afford of the exuberant goodness of God'. Suggests that they are designed as a superadded pleasure beyond the necessities of life. Considers them a reminder of 'the superintending providence of the Almighty'. (282) Where the vastness of the heavens gives a sense of human littleness, the design of flowers gives a compensating sense of divine care.

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