Youth's Magazine,  8 (1835), 83–86.


R C, Wakefield, pseud.  [Richard Cope]




Theology of Nature, Piety, Astronomy

    The narrator relates a conversation with a friend on 'some unexpected political changes', and takes consolation 'that though creatures change, the Lord is unchangeable'. Meditates on 'How changeable is every part of the universe', and reflects on the constant changes in the heavens. Considers the 'face of nature' particularly changeable, and contemplates the seasons. (83)

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