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LIFE AND DEATH. “ There is no question that can be propounded of such universal und absorbing interest as this :"_" Compared with it all other inquiries sink into absolute insignificance." British Critic or Theological Review. No. XI.
TWO DEPARTED SPIRITS;
WHOSE LEAVING THIS WORLD
GAVE RISE TO THE FOLLOWING INQUIRY
REGARDING THE STATE OF THE DEAD,
AND THE FUTURE CONDITION
OF THE HUMAN RACE,
IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE,
BY THE AUTHOR.
“What is that Life which keeps us from the dead?
And whither hold our Souls their mystic way When from their mortal mansion they have fled ?
Sleep they as senseless as their mould'ring clay ? Can they feel joy, or woe, and need they lodgement Ere bodies rise up at the day of judgment?”
Hades, or the Next World,