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Sunday afternoons with mamma

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Title:
Sunday afternoons with mamma a book for very little children
Creator:
Giberne, Agnes, 1845-1939
Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) ( Publisher )
William Clowes and Sons ( Printer )
Kronheim & Co ( Engraver )
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London
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Religious Tract Society
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1866
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English
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80 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm.

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Christian life -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Mother and child -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Gold stamped cloth (Binding) -- 1866 ( local )
Bldn -- 1866
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England -- London
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Illustrations chromolithographed by J.M. Kronheim & Co.
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by the author of "A visit to Aunt Agnes."

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH
MAMMA,

A Wook for berp Hittle Children.

BY

THE AUTHOR OF “A VISIT TO AUNT AGNES,”

LONDON:
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY;
53, PATERNOSTER ROW, 65, ST. PAUL’S CHURCHYARD,
AND 164, PICCADILLY.





LONDON: PRINTED BY W. CLOWES AKD SONS, STAMFORD STREET
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

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CHAPTER IL.

SunDAY was a happy day to little Kate and Ernest.
Shall I tell you how they spent it? On Saturday .
evening, just before bed-time, they always helped
their nurse to put away in the nursery cupboard all
their toys and their “week day” Picture Books, and

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then from a drawer below was taken, first a box of
moveable letters, which Kate and Ernest (or Erny
as he was usually called) were only allowed to use —
on Sunday.

The children were very fond of putting these
letters together so as to form words, and they often
were able to spell a verse from the Bible in this way.

But besides the letter box, in the Sunday drawer
were kept two large Picture Books, with large
coloured pictures of Bible scenes. One of these
belonged to Katie, and the other to Erny, and
there were some smaller books as well, with pretty
Bible stories, and sweet hymns in them. All these
were taken out of the drawer on Saturday night,
and put away again on Sunday night, because if
Katie and Erny had had these letters and books
every day, they would, perhaps, have grown tired of
them, and would have had no fresh books for Sunday.

Then dear mamma always tried to make Sunday
a very happy day to her children; and when they
were not happy, I think it must have been either
when they were not very well, or not very good.

In the morning they went to the house of God
with their papa and mamma, and although they

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could not know all that was said, yet they tried to
behave well, that they might not disturb other
people. The good minister sometimes spoke to the
children who were present, and then they tried not
to forget what he said, that they might tell mamma
about it by-and-by.

And when all the people knelt in prayer, their
mamma had told them that they could think a little
prayer in their heart, and that, though they did not

» speak, God would hear what their hearts said to him.

Katie and Erny always liked to hear the singing ;
sometimes they almost knew the hymns and tunes,
from hearing them sung very often, and then they
were able to help sing God's praises with their young
voices.

On Sundays they had the pleasure of dining and
taking tea with papa and mamma, instead of in the
nursery, as on other days; and though they were
very fond of nurse, and quite happy with her, this
was a great treat.

But it is about their Sunday afternoons with
mamma that I am going to tell you. Katie and
Erny spent them alone with her. Nurse and all the
other servants but one, went to worship God, and

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papa went to the ragged school, to teach some poor
little boys who had not any kind fathers or mothers
at home to tell them how the Lord Jesus loves little
children.

Sometimes Katie and Erny read to their mamma
from one of their Sunday story books. Then she
read to them, and they learned a short text, or one
or two verses of a hymn. But what they best liked,
was listening to the stories their mamma told them
from the Bible.

When papa came home, he often had something
to say about the poor little ragged boys in: his class.
L believe Katie and Erny knew almost all their
names, although they had only seen one or two of
them, and they often asked a great many questions
about them at tea-time.

After tea, papa was glad to rest a little, and then
mamma opened the piano, and played and sang with
her children some sweet children’s hymns. They
almost always finished with the one beginning—

“ Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me,
Bless thy little lamb to-night,
Through the darkness be thou near me,
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Then nurse came to call the children to the
nursery, and after a happy talk with her, and kneel-
ing down and thanking God for all his love and care
during the day, and asking him to watch them
through the night, Kate and Ernest were almost
always ready for bed, and soon might be seen fast |
asleep on their little pillows.

CHAPTER IL

‘HERE we are, mamma, quite ready for you,” said
Katie, jumping up from her low seat by the fire,
and running to meet mamma, who just then opened
the drawing-room door.

Very bright and pleasant the room looked; a large
fire was burning brightly in the grate, on the rug in
front of it, little “ Flossy,” the dog, was curled up
fast asleep, on one side of the fire an easy chair was
drawn up ready for mamma, and on the other were
two little chairs, belonging to Kate and Ernest.

“ What did my little darlings do this morning ?”
said mamma, as she took her seat by the fire. The
morning had been very cold and snowy, and as

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Kate and Ernest had not been quite well, mamma
and nurse had thought it better for them to remain
at home, instead of going out as usual.

“Oh, mamma, we made such a long text with our
letters,” said Erny.

“Yes, mamma, but nurse helped us a little,” added
‘Katie.

“What was the verse, dear ?”

“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace,
good will toward men.”

“And did nurse tell you any thing about the
verse ?”

“Yes, mamma, nurse told us it was the song the
angels sang when Jesus was born, but she said you
would tell us more about it this afternoon.”

“T think I told you the name of the place where
Jesus was born, one Sunday, when you were showing
me your Picture Book: do you remember it ?”

“No, mamma,” said Katie.

“Did you not say Jesus was born at Bethlehem,
mamma ?” asked Erny.

“ Yes, dear, and I think I told you also that Jesus’
mother’s name was Mary.

“Mary's home was at a place called Nazareth, but
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she was now at Bethlehem, where her little baby was
born, and they called his name JEsus, because God
had told them to do so.

“ Mary had no nice house to stay in at Bethlehem,
there was not even room for her and her baby in the
inn; they had to stay in a stable, and instead of a
eat, warm. er adle, the child Jesus was laid in a
manger,’

a What i is a Manger, mamma ‘ ?” asked Erny.

“Tt is that place in a stable where horses’ food is
placed ready for them to eat. Was it not love in-
deed in the Lord. Jesus to come from heaven to this
earth ?”

“Yes, mamma. Will you tell us about the angels
sin ging?” asked [atie.

“Tam going to tell you about them now, Katie.
Do you and Erny know what a shepherd is ?”

“Oh yes, mamma,” cried Erny, “a shepherd is a
man who takes care of sheep, and the lambs. When
we were staying with uncle James in the summer, we
saw his shepherd taking care of the sheep, ead we
watched him shut them up in the fold for the night.”

“So you did, dear,” said mamma; “I had for-

gotten about it.”
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“There were some shepherds in the fields near
Bethlehem watching their flocks at night. They
were obliged in that country to take care of the sheep
by night as well as by day, for there were wild beasts
there; and if they were not very careful to watch,
perhaps a bear or a lion would come and carry a poor
little lamb away, and kill and eat it.

“While the shepherds were watching in the dark
night, all at once there was a bright light in the sky,
and looking up, they saw a shining angel; at first
they were very frightened, but the angel told them
not to fear, for he brought them good news. The
good news was that Jesus the Saviour was born in
Bethlehem, and he told them where they might find
him lying in his manger-cradle. Then a great many
angels joined the first one, and they all praised God
together, saying, ‘Glory to God in the highest, and
on earth peace, good will toward men.’ ”

“And did the shepherds go to see Jesus, mamma?”
asked Katie.

“Yes, dear, when the angels had gone away, they
left their sheep, and went at once to Bethlehem, and
they found Jesus just where the angel had told them

to look for him. And there were others, too, who
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went to see Jesus. A company of wise men took a
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they had travelled as far as Jerusalem, they asked
the king where they might find him; the king sent
them on to Bethlehem, but he could not quite direct
them to the place where Jesus was: God shewed

them where to find the Lord.”
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“ Did he send an angel, mamma, as he did to the
shepherds ?” asked Erny.

' “No, dear, he did not send an angel this time, but
a bright star in the sky went before the wise men,
till at last it stopped over the place where Jesus was.
Then they went in and kneeled down before him,
and gave him the presents they had brought for
him.”

“What did they give the Lord Jesus, mamma ?
said Katie.

“Gold and frankincense and myrrh.”

“What are they?” asked Erny.

“You know what gold is, Erny ?”

“Oh, yes, mnaamma, your watch is made of gold,
and some money is inaie of gold; but what are the
other things ?”

“Frankincense and myrrh are sweet smelling
scents, which were thought very pleasant and pre-
cious, and were often given as gifts to kings. These
wise men brought them to Jesus because they
wanted to show their respect for him.

“ And now, my children,” said mamma. “ by the
time we have sung a hymn I think dear papa will

be home.”
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CHAPTER III.

“You remember what we talked about last sabbath
afternoon?” said mamma, as Katie and Erny brought
their little chairs, and sat down, one on each side
of her. “You know that when the wise men got
to Jerusalem, they asked some one to tell them where
Jesus was.”

“Yes, mamma, they asked the king where they
were to find him, and he sent them to Bethlehem,”
said Katie.

“You are right, and the king told them that when
they had found out the exact place where Jesus was,
they were to come back and tell him, for he pre-
tended that he too wanted to see Jesus, that he
might worship him. But King Herod, for that was
his name, was a wicked man, and he did not want to
worship Jesus; he only wished to find out where he
was, that he might kill him.”

“Oh, mamma, how wicked!” said Erny. “Why
did he want to kill Jesus ?”

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“T think it was because he did not like Jesus to
be called a king. The wise men when they came to
him, asked, ‘Where is he that is born king of the
Jews?’ Herod wanted to be king himself, and he
did not like even the Lord Jesus to be king besides.”

“Did the wise men tell Herod where Jesus was,
mamma?” asked Erny.

“No, dear; God told them in a dream not to go
back to him. So they went home another way
And God sent an angel to Joseph, Mary’s husband,
to tell him to take Mary and the child away to
Egypt, out of Herod’s way. They then got up in
the night time, when it was dark, and started on
their long journey. They got safely to Egypt, and
stayed there some time till King Herod was dead,
then they returned to their own country again.

“Herod was very angry when he found that the
wise men did not come back to tell him where to
find Jesus; and as he did not know which little
baby in Bethlehem was Jesus, he sent his soldiers to
kill all the little boy infants there, and then he
thought he should be quite sure to kill Jesus among
them.”

“But he did not, mamma ?” cried Katie.
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“ No, dear, for God had taken care of Jesus, and
sent him safely away.”

“Ts there anything in the Bible about Jesus when
he was a little boy ?” asked Erny.

“ There is not very much said about that part of
his life, but one thing we are quite sure of, Jesus was
always good; and is it not pleasant to know that the
Lord Jesus was once a little child, and that he knows |
just how little children feel, and what they want? so
when my Katie and Erny pray to him, he knows
them quite well, and how to help them.

“There is one story I will tell you about Jesus
when he was a child. Mary and Joseph used to
take a journey to Jerusalem every year. When Jesus
was twelve years old, he went with them. After
staying at the city a short time, Mary and Joseph
were ready to go home again, and they started on
their journey back, thinking that Jesus was with
them; for though they did not see him, yet, as they
had a great many friends travelling with them, they
felt sure that Jesus was somewhere safe among the
company. But after travelling all day, and seeing
nothing of their son, they got uneasy, and asked all
their friends if they knew where he was.

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“ But they could not find him, so they went back
to the city to look for him. Still they could not find
Jesus at first, but after looking for him three days,
they saw him sitting in the temple, in the midst of
a number of wise men, talking to them, and asking
them questions.”

“What was the temple, mamma ?”

“It was a very large and beautiful building, to
which the Jews used to go to worship God. Mary
and Joseph were very much surprised when they
saw their son sitting among all those learned men,
and when they heard how wisely and well Jesus
talked with them; indeed, every one who heard him
was astonished.”

“ And was not Mary glad to find Jesus, mamma?”
said Hrny.

“Yes, dear, she asked him why he had stayed
away from her, and told him what a long search she
and Joseph had had for him. Jesus replied, ‘How
was it you sought me? did you not know I must be
about my Father’s business ?’ Mary and Joseph did
not understand this answer, but Jesus meant to say
that he had work to do for God, his Father, and that

God had wished him to stay behind in the city.”
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“Did Jesus go home with Mary and Joseph,
mamma ?” asked Erny.

“Yes, he went back with them to their home in
Nazareth, and we are told that Jesus was subject to
them. He was obedient to his father and mother;
he did what they told him to do, and attended to
their wishes. Now do you not think, Katie and
Erny, that if the Lord Jesus, who was so wise and
good, obeyed his father and mother, that other little
children ought to do the same. And when children
are told to do anything, do you think it is right for
them to wait a long time before they begin, and
then set about it with very cross faces ?”

“No, mamma,” said Katie; but Emmy hung down
his head, and did not answer, and the colour came
into his face.

_“ Ah, I see Erny knows that he did not do as Jesus
would have done yesterday,” said mamma. “TI hope
to-morrow he will be obedient and good at once, when
I send for him to read to me; he will not oblige
mamma ever again to send for him twice, I think?”

“No, dear mamma,” said Erny, jumping up to
give and take a kiss. “I will try to be like Jesus.”

“Tet us kneel down now together,” said mamma,
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“and ask him to help my children to be holy, and
loving, and obedient as he was when he was a little
child on earth”

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CHAPTER IV.

“] HAVE rather a long verse for you to learn to-day,”
said mamma to Katie and Erny on the next sabbath
afternoon. “I think we will have the box of letters
down to help us. Will you go up to the nursery,
Katie, and ask nurse to bring it here for you?”
“What is the verse, mamma?” asked Erny, when
the box was brought.
“ Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests ;
but the Son of man hath not where to lay his head.”
“YT will repeat it again very slowly, and you can
both say it after me; now again— once more—that
will do. We will try-now to spell the text with the
letters.” = !
Kate and Ernest had read the verse two or three
times over; mamma covered it with a large book,
and found her children were able to , Fepeat it quite
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“We will leave the verse in the frame on the table
where we can see it,” said mamma. “Do Katie and
Erny know whose words they have been learning ?”

“No, mamma; but they are out of the Bible, are
not they ?” said Katie.

“Yes, dear, the Lord Jesus spoke these words
when he was on earth. Though even the foxes
make holes in the earth to live in, and the little
birds had soft warm nests, he (for by the Son of
man he meant himself) had no home of his own;
for Jesus, when he lived on earth, was very poor.
He was rich in heaven, but he came to earth
to be poor and sorrowful, and at last to die a cruel
death for our sakes; and all because he loved us!
Now I want you to repeat after mamma two verses
of a hymn.”

“Foxes have their place of rest,
Every little bird its nest ;
He by whom the world was made
Had not where to lay his head.

He who is the Lord most high
Once was poorer far than I,
That I might hereafter be
Rich to all eternity.”
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“ Will you tell us about some of the things Jesus
did, mamma?” asked Katie.























































































































































“Sometimes people who were ill came to him, or
were brought to him by their friends, and he made
them well; sometimes deaf and dumb persons came
to him, and he cured them, and made them able to

hear and speak. He also made lame people to walk,
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and those who were blind to see. Once Jesus was
on a journey, and as he was passing along the road
there were two poor blind men sitting by the side of
it, begging; they were very poor, for they could not
see to work. As Jesus passed by, they called out
‘Have mercy on us, O Lord, thou Son of David!’

_ the people who were with Jesus told them to be
quiet ; perhaps they thought Jesus would not like
to take the trouble to attend to them, but the blind
men again cried out aloud, ‘Have mercy on us, O
Lord, thou Son of David!’”

“And did Jesus listen to them, mamma?” asked
Erny.

“Jesus always listens to those who pray to him.
He stood still and called the men to him, and asked
them what they wanted; they replied, ‘Lord, that
our eyes may be opened.’ Jesus was sorry for the
poor men when he looked at them. I dare say they
“were tired, and poor, and sad; and he just touched
their eyes, and directly he did so they were able
to see.”

“Oh, mamma, how glad they must have been! I
think they must have loved Jesus very much,” said

Katie.
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“ Besides making folks well who were ill, or blind,
or lame,” said mamma, “Jesus did other kind
things. Once he was at a wedding feast: there were
a great many people present, and there was not
enough wine for them to drink, so Jesus told a
servant to fill six large water pots with water, and
when they were full, he made all the water into
wine. At another time, some of his disciples who
were fishermen had been out in their fishing boats all
the night, trying to catch fish, but they had not caught
any. I suppose they were tired, and did not think it
was any use to try any longer just then. But when
Jesus told them to let their nets into the sea again,
they obeyed him; and so many fishes came into the
net, that it was broken because it was so heavy.”

“Who were the disciples of Jesus, mamma?”
asked Katie.

“Many of them were fishermen; they used to go
about with him as he went from one place to another:
for they loved him, and they liked to listen to his
words, and to see the great things he did. I will
tell you now of something else the Lord Jesus was
able to do.”

“What was that, mamma ?”
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“ Sometimes Jesus made dead people alive again.”

“Oh, mamma, how could he do that?” said
Erny.

“ Jesus was able to do anything, because though
he lived on earth, and had a body like ours, he was
God as well as man; and you know there is nothing
too hard for God to do. Now shall I tell you another
short story, or are my children tired of sitting ©
still so long ?”

“Oh no, mamma, please tell us the story,” they
both said.

“One day, a man named Jairus came to Jesus,
and kneeling down at his feet, he worshipped him,
and said, ‘My little daughter is very ill, and likely
to die; but come put thy hands upon her, and she
will get well and live.

“ Jesus went with Jairus, but he could not walk
very fast, because so many people followed him, and

r crowded round him. Before they got to the house
where the little girl was, some one came to meet
them, and said to Jairus, ‘Thy daughter is dead;
trouble not the Master.’

“But Jesus said to him, ‘Be not afraid; believe
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of his disciples with him into the house. They were
named Peter, James, and John. When he went into
the room where the little girl was lying, a number
of people were in it, crying because she was dead,
but Jesus said, ‘Do not weep; she is not dead, but
sleepeth.’ Jesus said she slept, for he knew how soon
he could bring her back to life, and as easily as he
could wake her if she was only sleeping: but those
present laughed in scorn at his words, so he put them
all out of the room, and taking the child’s hand, he said,
‘Maid, arise!’ and she at once obeyed him, and was
able to take the food which Jesus told them to give
to her.”

“Mamma,” said Erny, “if the Lord Jesus had
been on earth, we could have asked him to make
little Mary alive again. Do you think he would
have done so if we had asked him ?”

The tears came into mamma's eyes at Erny’s
question, for, about a year before, her dear little girl,
who was named Mary, had died; but she said, “ Per-
haps he would, darling, but you know Jesus can
hear now, when we pray to him, just as well as he
could hear those who spoke to him when he was on

earth.”
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“Yes, dear mamma, but you and papa prayed to
him to make little sister well, and not to let her die,
and so did I and Katie, mamma: how was it she did
not get well?”

“ Jesus always listens, Erny, when those who love
him pray, but he does not always give them what
they ask for. He often does not see it best to do so.”

“Why did he not make dear little Mary well,
mamma, do you think?” asked Katie.

“Perhaps, dear, one reason was that he thought.
if we remained all together in our home here, it would
be so happy, that we should forget to think about
the home with God that we are going to by-and-by;
so he took little Mary first to that home in heaven,
that we might think more about it, and about him.
One thing we are quite sure of, dear little sister is
safer and happier with Jesus than she was even with
papa and mamma.

“ And now shall we sing together? What hymn
shall it be, Katie. I think it is your turn to choose
one ?”

“ Let us have ‘I’m a little pilgrim,’ please, mamma.”

So they went with mamma to the piano, and sung

with her these words—
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“Tm a little pilgrim,
And a stranger here:
Though this world is pleasant,
Sin is always near.

Mine’s a better country,
Where there is no sin,
Where the tones of sorrow

Never enter in.”

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CHAPTER V.

“Q MAMMA, come to the window and look, the
laburnum tree is blown down!” said Katie one Sun-
day afternoon, as her mamma opened the draw-
ing-room door.

“Yes, dear, I saw it fall just now; the wind is
very high indeed. How thankful we should be this
cold and wintry day, for our nice house and bright
fires and warm clothes. How kind God is to give us
all these good things!”

“Yes, dear mamma, and how kind he is to keep
us safe from harm,” added Erny. “The wind and the
hail made such a noise in the night that we woke

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nothing to be afraid of, and that God sent the storm,
and could take care of us in it just as well as he
could in the bright sunshine.”

“Yes, dear, and he kept you ‘safe till morning
light.’ Suppose I tell you of a storm when Jesus
was on earth, shall I?”

“ Please, mamma,” said Ernest.

“T have told you that some of the disciples of
Jesus were fishermen. Sometimes Jesus went out
with them in their ships upon the Sea of Galilee.
Do not you think they must have been very pleased
to take him with them? Once he was in one of
their ships, and he said to those who were with him,
‘Let us go over to the other side of the sea.’ So
the disciples launched the ship, and set sail; but
after they had started some time, and had got a good
way from the land, a great storm of wind arose.
This made the sea very rough indeed, and the great
waves came rolling and tossing along, washing over
the sides of the ship, till it was almost full ot water,
and the disciples were afraid that it would sink, and
that they would be drowned. ‘They forgot in their
trouble and fright how kind and powerful Jesus was.

They came to him and awoke him, for Jesus had
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fallen asleep, and they cried, ‘Lord, saveus! Master
carest thou not that we perish ?’”

“ And what did Jesus do, mamma?” asked Erny.

“ He arose, and said to the wind and sea, ‘ Peace,
be still’ and in an mstant the wind left off blowing,
and the tossing waves grew quiet, and there was a
great calm. Then Jesus said to the disciples, ‘Why
are ye so fearful ? How is it that you do not trust
me to take care of you?’ I think they must have
felt sorry then that they had not trusted Jesus
better. They said to each other, ‘What is this?
Even the winds and sea obey him!’ Now I want
you both to learn part of a verse from God's word.”

“ Yes, mamma; please tell us what it is,” said both
the eidinen!

“We know that all things work together for good.
to them that love God.’”

When the verse was learned, mamma said, “ Will
Katie and Erny always try to remember that if they
love God, there is ae one thing they need ever be
afraid of ?”

“ What is that, mamma?” asked Erny.

“ Doing what is wrong, and which does not please

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anything else, because he is always watching over
them, and taking care of them, and making all that
happens to them turn out for their good.”

“Mamma,” said Katie, “if God loves us, why
does he let sorrowful things happen to us ?”

“Do you not think I love you, Katie? When
you were ill last week, what was mamma obliged to
give you.”

“Medicine, mamma.”

“ And was the medicine nice ?”

“No, mamma. I did not want to take it, but
you said I must.”

“What did I give you the medicine for ?”

“'To make me better, mamma, and take away the
bad pain in my head; and so it did.”

“Yes, Katie, with God’s blessing it soon made
you well again. Now I knew the medicine
was not pleasant, and that you would not like it;
but I knew too, that if you did not take it, you
would very likely get worse, and perhaps be very ill
indeed, so I gave it you because I loved you, and
wanted you to get well. Now, God lets sorrowful
things happen to us to make our hearts better, and

to teach us to think about him oftener, and to love
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him more. I dare say the disciples thought the
storm a very sorrowful and sad thing at the time;
but if it had not taken place, they would not have
seen what power Jesus had, and how well able he
was to take care of them in the storm.”

“Mamma, will you hear us say some hymns?”
asked Erny.

“T think I will teach you a new verse of one
instead, if I can see to find it. I must stir the fire, and
make a blaze—now I can see better, ah! here it is!

“ Now, therefore, let us strive alway
To cast all anxious fears away ;
And firmly trust, in danger’s hour.
In God’s almighty love and power.”

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CHAPTER VI.

“ Mamma, what are you going to tell us about this
afternoon ?” asked Krny.

“T intend to tell you of another wonderful thing
that the Lord Jesus did when he was upon earth,
Erny. Ihave only told you yet about a very few

of the kind and loving things that Jesus did; he
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always went about doing good. How pleasant it
will be when both of you can read for yourselves in
the Bible these beautiful stories, will it not ?”

“Yes, mamma,” replied Katie, “and papa says
he will give me a Bible for my very own when I
am six years old.”

“Do you think he will give me one when I am
six years old, mamma?” asked Erny.

“T dare say papa will, Erny, if you are able to
read it. Where are your little chairs? I must
have you sit down quietly before I begin my story.
There, that will do. When Jesus was on earth, a
great many people came to him, some of them were
ill, or lame, or blind, and wanted him to make them
well; some of them wished to see the strange things
he did; some of them wanted to listen to his kind
and loving words. Once there were so many persons
coming to him, that Jesus and his disciples could
get no rest, and they could not even find time to
take their food: so Jesus said to the disciples, ‘Come
away by yourselves for awhile, and rest.’ And they
got into a ship, and went away to a lonely place at
some distance, and Jesus went with them. But

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him; some who saw him sail ran on fast by another
way to the place where he was going, and even got
there before him, and, altogether, a great number ot
people were gathered together.”

“But did Jesus want them to come to him just
then, mamma?” asked Katie.

“ Jesus may have been tired and would have been
glad to rest a while, but he was not angry because
the people came, nor did he send them away, oh, no,
he was sorry when he looked upon them, because
they had no one to teach them to love and serve
God. Then he began to teach them many things
himself; and those of them who were ill he made
well. When Jesus had attended to them all, he
went up a high hill, and sat down with his disciples.”

“ And did the people go away, mamma ?” asked
Erny. .

“No, dear, they still remained. It grew later and
later in the day, yet they stayed on, although they
had no food with them, and there were no shops in
that lonely place where they could buy any thing.
The disciples said to Jesus, ‘It is past supper time,
and the people have nothing to eat; will you not
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and villages round, and buy food and get lodg-
ings ?”

“ But Jesus said, ‘They need not go away, you must
give them food to eat.’ The disciples were surprised
_ when Jesus said that, because they knew there were
so very many hungry people to be fed.

“But Jesus knew all the while what he was going
to do, and that he should be able to provide for
every one. He said to the disciples, ‘How many
loaves have you? go and see;’ so they went to look,
and came back to Jesus, and said, ‘We have here
five loaves and two small fishes ; but what are they
among so many ?”

“ Jesus replied, ‘Bring them hither to me.’ Then
he told the people to sit down on the green grass,
and they did so. The disciples were told by Jesus
to divide the people into companies of fifty. » So
fifty persons sat in one row, and fifty in another, till
all were seated in order; then Jesus took the five
loaves and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven,
he gave thanks to God. Then he broke the bread
and gave it to the disciples, and they handed it to
the people who were sitting down on the grass.

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fishes, Jesus made them enough to feed all those
thousands of hungry people who were gathered
together. Every one had as much as he wanted.
Altogether, there were about five thousand men pre-
sent, besides women and little children. Was it not

kind of Jesus to feed them all in that wonderful way ?”

“ Oh, yes, mamma,” said both the children.

“But there is one thing I have not told you yet.
When all had had as much as they needed, Jesus
said to the disciples, ‘Gather up the pieces, do not
let them be lost.’ So they took them up, and found
that twelve basketsful were left. A great deal more
food was left than they brought to Jesus at first.”

“Mamma,” said Katie, “nurse taught us a verse
about Jesus this morning :—

“He shall feed his flock like a shepherd; he shall
gather the lambs with his arms, and carry them in
this bosom.”

“That is a very sweet verse, Katie; I am glad you
repeat it so nicely. Hundreds of years before the
Lord Jesus came into the world, God put it into the
minds of the good men who wrote many parts of the
Bible, to write about his coming. One of these

holy men, who was named Isaiah, wrote the beautiful
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words you have just repeated tome. Jesus said of
himself, ‘I am the Good Shepherd.’ How like a
good shepherd he was to the poor people I have
been telling you about. How patient he was with
them, how lovingly he took care of them, teaching
them, feeding them, making them well!”

“ How kind Jesus always was, mamma,” said Erny.

“Yes, darling, and he is kind still. We cannot
see him now, but he sees us always, and watches
over us. He will take care of my darlings. Every
day, if they ask him, he will teach them to do what
is right; he will help them to try to be kind and
. loving like himself. I think Katie and Emy want
_ to be the Saviour’s little lambs. Let us kneel down
and ask the Good Shepherd to bless and keep them
always.”

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CHAPTER VII.

“ Mamma, did you ask nurse to bring down our letter
box?” said Katie, as she came into the drawing-room
with Erny one sabbath afternoon.
“T did, dear, here it is. I should like you and
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Erny to put together a text with the letters, the
very first thing.” —

“Yes, mamma,” said Katie, “you tell us what
letters to find, pibase, and we will put them together.”

“ Very well, dear, aa will be a oo plan,”
replied mamma.

In this way the text was soon completed ; it
was, “ Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep
win them that weep. ’

“What does the verse mean, mamma?” asked
Katie. |

“It means that when we see other people glad
and happy, we should be pleased too; and when we
see others unhappy and in trouble, we should feel
sorry for them, and try to help them if we can.
Now I am going to tell you another story about the
Lord Jesus. |

“When Jesus was on earth, though he was always
so good and kind, he had not a great many friends.
‘There was one house at a place called Bethany, that
the Saviour loved to visit. A brother and two

sisters lived init. The brother's name was Lazarus.

the sisters were called Mary and Martha. They all

loved Jesus, and were very glad to see him. When
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he stayed with them Mary loved to sit quietly at
his feet, and to listen to what he said; but Martha
used to be busy in getting the supper ready. I am
afraid she had not much time to pay attention to his
wise and loving words. I think Jesus was some-
times sorry that Martha was too busy to listen to
him, but he loved all these dear friends very much.
Once a great sorrow came to this happy home.
‘Lazarus was taken very ill; Mary and Martha sent
to Jesus, saying, ‘Lord, behold he whom thou lovest
is sick.’ It may be that they knew that Jesus could
make their brother well again, and they thought
that Jesus would hasten to them at once and cure
him. But Jesus did not see it best to go to them
directly ; he remained two days longer in the place
where he was. Then he said to his disciples, ‘ Let
us 20.) ,
“When Jesus came to Bethany, Lazarus was dead, .
and had lain in the grave four days. A great many
friends had come to stay with Mary and Martha, to
comfort them in their sorrow and to weep with them.
“ As soon as Martha heard that Jesus was coming,
she went to meet him, but Mary stayed still in the

house. When Martha came to Jesus, she said to
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him, ‘Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother had
not died.’ |

“ Jesus wished to comfort her, and he told her
that her brother should be made alive again; but I
do not think she knew all that Jesus said to her, or
that he meant to make Lazarus alive again on that
very day.

“Martha soon went back to the house, and called
her sister Mary, telling her that Jesus was come, and.
wanted her; then Mary went out and hastened to
Jesus, and fell at his feet, saying, ‘Lord, if thou
hadst been here, my brother had not died.’

“When Mary’s friends saw her rise and leave the
house, they thought at first that she was going to

the grave of her brother to weep there, and they

followed her. Then finding she did not stop at
the grave, they still went with her, and so came with
her to Jesus. He was very sorry when he saw
Mary and her friends weeping, and the loving ~
Saviour wept with them. |

“Then Jesus asked where Lazarus was laid, and

they said, ‘Lord, come and see; so he went with

them to the grave. A large stone lay upon it. Jesus

said, ‘Take away the stone,’ and they took it away.
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“Then Jesus lifted up his eyes to heaven, and
prayed to his Father. When he had done s0, he
cried with a loud voice, ‘Lazarus, come forth!
and although Lazarus was dead, he heard Jesus
speaking to him, and came forth from the grave
alive and well.

“How glad Mary and Martha must have been to
have their dear brother with them again! How
much they must have loved Jesus for bringing him
back to them !”

“Mamma,” said Katie, “why did not Jesus go at
once to Bethany to make Lazarus well when Martha
and Mary sent for him ?”

“J think it was most likely that Lazarus was
already dead by the time the message from his
sister reached Jesus. Jesus knew this, although the
messenger did not, for he knew all things. The
Saviour intended all the while to make Lazarus alive
again, but he waited first for a time.

“You remember I told you once of his calling
back Jairus’s little daughter to life; that was a very
wonderful thing, but it would seem a more wonderful
thing still for Jesus to make Lazarus alive again
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“Mary and Martha knew that the Lord Jesus was
God’s own Son; but there were a great many people
who did not believe this, and Jesus wanted at this
time to show them that he was God, by doing what
only God could do. And many of those who were
present did believe on Jesus when they saw his:
power. |

“Next Sunday I have something else to tell you
about Mary.

“ And now, my pets, put the letters away nicely in
the box: we must sing by-and-by. Dear papa wants
to have tea very early, because he is going to sit
with poor Mr. Wilson, who is ill. Ah! here is Ann
come with the tea-tray before we are quite ready
for her, and I see papa coming in at the gate.

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CHAPTER VIII.

“Mamma,” said Erny, on the next Sunday afternoon,
“you promised to tell us something more about
Mary, the sister of Lazarus?”

“ Yes, mamma has not forgotten her promise.
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“Qne day Jesus was at Bethany, in the house of
a man named Simon. Mary wanted to show how
much she loved the Saviour, so while he was sitting
at supper with Lazarus and others, she brought a
fine box full of very costly and sweet smelling
ointment, and breaking the box, she poured the
ointment on Jesus's head and feet, and the house
was filled with the pleasant perfume. This gift of
Mary’s cost a good deal of money, but she did not |
think any thing too good or too costly to give to the
Saviour. Some of the disciples were not pleased at
what she did. One of them, named Judas, who was
a wicked man, although he pretended to be the
triend of Jesus, said, ‘Why was not this omtment
sold, and the money given to the poor? Judas
said this not because he really cared about the poor,
but because he took charge of the money belonging
to Jesus and to the disciples, and he would like to |
have had this ointment sold, and to have kept some
of the money for himself, for he was a thief.”

“Was Jesus angry with Mary, mamma?” asked
Katie.

“Oh no Jesus said to the disciples, ‘Let her

alone; she has done right: you always have the
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poor with you, you can always be kind to them, but
me you have not always ’ and he also said that
this thing Mary had done should be told all over the
world, and that so her name should never be
protien.

e What is my little Erny thinking of so deeply ?”

“T was thinking, mamma, how nice it would be
if Jesus lived on earth now, and we could see him,
and do things for him.”

“Though the Lord Jesus lives 1 in heaven, you can _
still do thidge for him, Erny.”

“ How can we, mamma ?”

“Jesus says that if we do kind Fines for those
who love him, he will be just as pleased as if we did
them to himself. Do you remember when you —
were out riding with me the other day, we called at
Mrs. Brown's farm, and. that she asked me to take
some luncheon ?” |

“ Yes, mamma, and you said, ‘ No, thank you, Mrs.
Brown, I took some before I came out, but my little
children were saying that they were very hungry
again just now, so if you will give them some of your ©
nice bread and butter, I shall be much obliged”

“You see that though I did not wish for
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any myself, I was very glad to see you both enjoy
your luncheon, and I was quite as much obliged to
Mrs. Brown as though she had given it to me.”

“But what can children do for Jesus?” asked
Katie.

“Even little boys and girls can often do something
for Jesus. Suppose you watch this week and see if
you cannot find some kind thing to do for his sake.
There is one way in which we can always show our
love to the Saviour.”

“Will you tell us what it is, mamma?” asked
Erny. ;

“ Once when Jesus was talking to his disciples he
said, ‘If ye love me, keep my commandments;’ he
meant if you love me, try to please me, by doing as
I have told you to do; so when you feel inclined to
be cross or unkind, you must try and think Jesus
would not like us to show naughty tempers; he was.
always gentle and loving. Or when you do not
want to do as mamma bids, you must think Jesus
obeyed his mother, and he will not be pleased if I do
not mind what mamma says.”

After tea, Katie and Ernest climbed up into papa’s
lap, and sat down, one on either knee.

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“ What did mamma tell you about this afternoon,
my dears ?” asked their papa.

Then the children told him about Mary’s loving
gift to the Saviour.

“Very well remembered,” said papa, when they
finished. “Now I have a story to tell you about a
little boy. |

“Last Sunday I did not see George Bond in his
place at the Sunday school, and again this afternoon
I missed him from my class; so [ said to the other
boys, ‘Do you know why George Bond is not at
school?’ ‘He has not got any shoes,’ said one boy ;
‘He is very lame, said another: so, after school I
thought I would go to see him. If knocked at the
door of the room where he lives, and George’s voice
answered ‘Come in.’ I found him all alone, for
the poor boy has not any father, and _ his ne
was out; the room was clean, ut it looked very
bare aad poor. ‘There were three broken panes
of glass in the window, and hardly any fire in the
tiny grate, although it is so cold to-day. George
looked as if he had not had much to eat, and
he was quite pale from the pain in his feet, be-

sides.”
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“Poor little boy!” said Erny. “And was he glad
to see you, papa?”

“Yes, dear, I think he was, and he said he was
very sorry he could not go to school.

“T noticed the last time he was there that his
shoes were very old, and it seems that a day or two
afterwards the shoes got so bad that he could not
wear them at all, and as his mother had no money
to buy others, he was obliged to go without. Then
poor George played about in the snow and got bad
chilblains, and to make matters worse, he trod on
some broken glass, and cut both his feet, and now they
are very sore indeed, and he 1s not able to walk at all.

“JT promised to go and see him again, and to get
the doctor to go and dress the wounds on his feet,
for I fear they will be very bad indeed if they are
not well attended to.”

Presently Katie slipped off her papa’s knee, and |
running to her mamma, she whispered, ‘Mamma,
may I give George some of my socks and shoes? I
think the Lord Jesus would like me to help that
poor little boy, and to be kind to him.”

“T am sure he would, but you know your socks

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money, and if you were to give them away, we should
have to get some more for you. 5o, after all, they
would be papa’s and mamma's gift to George rather
than yours; and, besides, a little girl’s shoes would not
fit him. If my little girl really wants to help this
poor boy, she must = and think of some other
way to do so.

Just then a gentleman called to see papa; while
he was in the drawing-room, Katie and iimy quietly
whispered a good while to exch other in one corner

mamma again, and Erny said, |

“Katie has thought of pas a nice plan now,
mamma!”

“ What is it, dear?” asked mamma.

A few days daathres erandpapa had- given each of
the children some money to spend; they were to do
just what they liked with. it, and they had intended
to put their money oechor and to buy a large
‘Noah’s Ark’ with it, but now they said that they
would like to buy some socks and shoes for George
Bond instead.

Mamma told them that they had better think

about it till to-morrow, and if they then still wished
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to spend their money in that way, she would agree
to it.

When Monday came they had not altered their
minds, and very happy they were when they went
with mamma to buy the socks, and order the shoes,
that they might be ready for poor George as soon
as he could put them on.

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CHAPTER IX.

“ MAMMA, see what papa has given me!” cried Erny,
running up to his mamma, and holding out a little
book in his hand.

“ And papa has given me one, too,” said Katie,
“and he says it is the very same book of hymns that
the boys at his ragged school used to sing from:
may we sing a hymn from it this afternoon, please
mamma ?”

“Tam not sure that you know any of the hymns
fait,”

“ But we can learn some, dear mamma, if you will

teach us.”
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“So you can; let me look at the book ; ah! here
are two or three at any rate that you and Erny
sometimes say to me, and here is one you partly
know, I should like you to learn it quite well; sup-
pose I read it, and you repeat it after me a few times,
and then we will try to sing it together.”

So first Katie and Ernest sung the hymn be-
ginning, |

“ When his salvation bringing,
To Zion Jesus came,

The children all stood singing
Hosanna to his name.

Nor did their zeal offend him,
But as he rode along,
He let them still attend him,
Well pleased to hear their song.”

When they had finished, mamma said, “ I think
you will better know what you have been singing
about when you have listened to mamma's story
this afternoon.”

“A very few days before the Lord Jesus died
upon the cross, he went with his disciples to Jeru-

salem. When they were come within a short dis-
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tance of the city, he said to two of them, ‘Go into
the village which is close by, and there just as you
enter it you will find an ass tied up, and a colt with
her upon which no one has ever yet sat. Untie
them, and bring them to me; and if any one asks
you why you take them, say, ‘The Lord hath need
of them, and they will let them go.’

“ So the two disciples left Jesus, and went into the
village. There they found the ass and the colt, and
they unloosed them, and came back with them to
Jesus. The disciples, to show their respect and
love for the Saviour, took some of their clothing
and threw it over the backs of the ass and the
colt, and then Jesus sat upon the colt, and rode
on it into Jerusalem. ‘There were a great many
people there at this time, and when they heard
that Jesus was on his way thither, great numbers
of them came to meet him, carrying branches of -
palm-trees in their hands, and crying, ‘ Hosanna:
Blessed is the King of Israel that cometh in the
name of the Lord.’”

“What does ‘Hosanna’ mean, mamma ?”

“Tt means ‘Save now, it was as if the people
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our king, the King of Israel.’ A very great many
persons took their garments, and spread them on the
eround, that Jesus might ride over them; others cut
branches from the trees, and strewed them along the
road. Some of those who went along with Jesus to
Jerusalem were present when he raised Lazarus
from the dead, and some who had not seen that
ereat miracle had heard of it from others, and they
too came to see and to honour him who alone could
do such mighty things.

“Some of the people walked before Jesus, others
followed him; when they got quite near to the city,
they lifted up their voices, praising God, and crying,
‘Blessed be the King that cometh in the name of
the Lord: peace in heaven, and glory in the
highest.’ ”

“That was something like the song the angels
sang when Jesus was born,” said Katie. —

“T am sorry to tell you that there were some
present who did not join in the Saviour's praises.
They did not believe that he was the King of Israel,
and the Son of God, and they did not like to hear
the disciples and the multitude with them crying,

‘Hosanna.’ So they asked Jesus to reprove his
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disciples for doing so; but he told them, saying, ‘I
tell you that if these should hold their peace, the
stones would cry out.’ He meant that if men would
not praise him, God could give the very stones
voices that they might be able to do so.

“At last Jesus came to Jerusalem. Those who
were in the city were surprised to see such a large
crowd, and they asked, ‘Who is this?’ Then some
of those who came with him, said, ‘This is Jesus.’
After Jesus had entered the city, he went into the
temple, and while he was there, blind and lame
people came to him to be made well, and he cured
them.”

“But, mamma,” said Erny, “you have not told
us about the children singing ‘ Hosanna.’ ”

“I think it is most probable, Erny, that a good
many children were among the crowd who came

with Jesus to Jerusalem; very likely they helped |

cut down the branches of the trees, and joined in the
songs of praises; but we are plainly told that there
were children in the temple, and they lifted up their
young voices, crying, ‘ Hosanna to the Son of David!’
Some persons were present who did not love Jesus,

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“Does my little boy remember what the hymn
says ?—

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“ Jesus is as pleased to listen now when little chu-
dren pray to him and praise him, as he was to hear
the hosannas sung by the children of Jerusalem.
And think of the glad time coming by-and-by, when
if we have loved him on earth, we shall go to be
with him in heaven.”

“T can see papa coming,” cried Erny. “I wonder
if George Bond was at school this afternoon ?”

“T do not think it is likely that he is well enough
to walk yet, but perhaps papa can tell us something
about him.”

And papa told the little folks that he had been to
see George, who was very pleased with the nice
warm socks and shoes they had sent him. The
shoes he was not yet able to wear, but his feet were
getting better, and he hoped to be at school the
Sunday after next if they continued to heal. Katie
and Erny were very glad to hear poor George was
better, and I do not think they ever felt sorry they
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CHAPTER xX.

“Do you remember what mamma told you about
last Sunday ?” asked mamma of her little boy and
girl, when they had taken their seats beside her on
the next sabbath afternoon.

“Oh, yes, mamma,” replied Katie, “you told us
about the Saviour riding into Jerusalem, and the
people strewing branches of trees along the road,
and about the little children crying Hosanna.”

“ And do you remember,” said mamma, “that I
told you this happened only a very little while
before Jesus was crucified? Now I am going to-
day to tell you about the very last evening before
his death. He wished to spend it with his disciples,
so he told Peter and John to prepare supper in a
large room at Jerusalem, and they had done so. It
was a sorrowful time. Jesus knew that on the
morrow he must die a cruel death. Wicked men
had tried to take the Saviour prisoner before, and
they had taken up stones to stone him (that was

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one way the Jews had of putting people to death) ;
but he had escaped from their hands, and had kept
himself from bemg hurt by them until the time
came for him to die: that time now was nearly
come.”

“ And did the disciples know that Jesus was going
to die?” asked Erny.

“Yes, dear, for he had told them before what
must happen to him, and again on this sad evening
he said he was going to leave them; but he tried to
comfort them, tellmg them not to let their hearts be
troubled and not to be afraid, for he was going to
heaven to prepare a home for them there, and that
by-and-by he would take them to himself.

“While they were sitting at supper, Jesus said
something which made the disciples very sad. He
said to them, ‘One of you shall betray me;’ he
meant by that—one of you sitting here with me at
supper is not really my friend, one of you will help
those who hate me to take me that they may put
me to death.

“The disciples were very grieved when Jesus said
this; first one of them, and then another asked,
saying, ‘ Lord, is it I?’

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“One of them, whose name was John, was sitting
next to him at the table, and leaned his head on the
Saviours bosom. Peter told him to ask which of
them it was who should do this wicked thing.
Jesus replied, ‘He it 1s to whom I shall give a sop;
and when he had made the sop, he gave it to Judas.

“Was it not sad that Judas should go about
with Jesus as if he loved him, while he did not
really love him? As they were eating, the Lord
Jesus took some bread in his hand, and when he
had given thanks he broke it and gave it to the dis-
ciples, saying to them, ‘Take, eat; this is my body
which is given for you: this do in remembrance of
me.’ Jesus did not mean that the bread he gave
them was really his body; but he meant, when you
see the bread broken-and eat of it, then think of me
your Lord and Saviour, and how I gave myself to
suffer and to die for your sakes.

“ After this he took a cup of wine, and when he
had again given thanks, he gave it to the disciples.
that they might all drink of it, and he said unto ©
them, ‘This is my blood which is shed for you: this —
do ye, as often as ye drink it, in remembrance of

ine.’
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“ After Jesus had gone back to heaven, the disciples
often met together, with others who had learned to
love him also, to eat bread and drink wine in
memory of him as he had told them, and ever since
then Christian people have loved to meet for the
same purpose.

“When supper was quite over, and after Jesus
had talked a long while with his disciples, and had
prayed to his Father in heaven, asking him to bless
and keep them, they sang a hymn together, and
then they left the house, and went as far as a hill
called the Mount of Olives, and Jesus took the dis-
ciples with him into a garden called the Garden of
Gethsemane; he had often been with them there
before.”

“And did he take Judas with him this time.
mamma?” asked Erny.

“No. Judas had left him some time before.
He went away after Jesus gave him the sop.”

“Mamma,” said Erny, “why do you think the
Lord Jesus wished to go to the Garden of Geth-
semane in the dark night time after supper ?”

“Jesus went there to pray, for he was very sor-

rowtul, but the disciples sat down and slept: Jesus
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wished Peter and James and John to keep awake,
and to watch with him, but they too fell asleep.

“ At last the quiet garden sounded with the tread
of many feet, and lights were seen among the trees.
Who could be coming there at that time to disturb
the Saviour? It was Judas, but he did not come
alone; he brought with him a band of men, with
swords and staves, and lanterns and torches.”

“Why did they come, mamma ?” said Katie.

“They came to take Jesus. Judas had told the
men that him whom they saw he kissed, they were
to take and hold fast and lead away safely. So he
came near to Jesus, and said, ‘ Master, master,’ and
kissed him. ‘Then ihe men laid baud on the Lord
and took him.”

“Did not the other disciples try to get Jesus
away from them, mamma ?” asked Katie.

“No, they forsook him and fled; but shortly
afterwards, Peter drew his sword and struck one of
the men with it, and cut off his ear; but Jesus
touched it and made it well again, telling Peter to
put up his sword, and saying that if he wished it
God could directly send him an army of angels to
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willing to be taken, willing to suffer and to die:
for he knew he was to die for the sins of the world.
Jesus was taken to the high-priest’s house. The
high-priest as well as many others tried to find some
reason for putting Jesus to death, but although they —
found people to say what was not true about him,
they could find none. At last they asked him if he
was the Son of God, and Jesus said, ‘I am, and
because he replied thus, and told them that they
would see him sitting at the right hand of God, and
coming in the clouds of heaven, these wicked men
said the Lord Jesus was guilty and worthy of death.
‘The high-priest allowed him to be very cruelly
treated; and he who was so holy, and kind, and
loving was mocked and struck, and even spat upon,
yet he bore all patiently.

“ And now, my darlings,” said mamma, “ our time
is nearly gone for this afternoon. Next Sunday, if all
is well, mamma will tell you more about Jesus and
his love.”

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CHAPTER XI.

“OH, mamma, what have you there?” cried Erny,
as Mamma came into the drawing-room, carrying a
long roll in her hand.

“I wonder if my little boy and girl can guess ?”
said mamma, smiling. “Take the parcel to the
table, and then unwrap it very carefully.”

The parcel was soon found to contain a large
coloured picture, a view of the Garden of Gethse-
mane. She had bought it for her children some
days before, but she had kept it to give on Sunday
afternoon. |

“And now, mamma,” asked Erny, “are you going
to tell us something more about Jesus ?”

“Yes, my dear; you know to whose house Jesus
was brought from the Garden of Gethsemane.”

“It was to the high-priest’s, mamma.”

“Yes, Erny, and there he remained for the rest of
the night. When the morning came, the wicked

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men still wanted to put the holy Saviour to death,
but they could not do so lawfully without getting
leave from the governor, who was named Pontius
Pilate. Sothey bound Jesus, and led him away to
this man.

“ Pilate did not know or love Jesus; but when he
had spoken to him, and heard what was said by
those who brought him, he could find no reason for
his death, he asked, ‘What evil hath he done?’ He
wished to let him go, but the cruel men cried out,
‘Crucify him! crucify him! Once more Pilate
said, ‘Why, what evil hath he done? I find no
cause for putting him to death; I will chastise him
and let him go. But again more loudly arose the
horrid ery, ‘ Crucify him ?’”

“Oh, mamma,” said Erny, “how could they wish
to kill the blessed Saviour, who had always been so
kind and good ?” .

“ At last Pilate let the people have their sinful
wish. He did not himself desire to have Jesus put
to death, and he ought not to have allowed it to be
done, for he knew that Jesus did not deserve to die;
yet to please the people he scourged him, and then

gave him up to them, that he might be crucified.”
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“What did you mean, mamma,” asked Katie,
“when you said Pilate scourged Jesus ?”

“T meant that he caused him to be beaten in a
very severe and painful way. After this, Pilate’s
soldiers led the Saviour into another hall, and there
they put a scarlet robe upon him, and when they
had platted a crown of thorns that it would hurt
him to wear, they placed it on his head, and putting
a reed in his hand they knelt before him mocking
him in his pain and sorrow, and saying, ‘ Hail, King
of the Jews! then taking the reed from his hand,
they struck him with it and spat upon him.”

“Oh, why did Jesus let them do all this to him?”
said Katie.” |

“Twill try to tell you, my darling. The soldiers
then took off the scarlet robe and put his own
clothes on Jesus again, and then they led him away
to be crucified. They made him carry his own |
cross, but it was so heavy and he was so weak and
weary that a man named Simon was obliged to assist
him. When they came to a place called Calvary,
he was nailed upon the cross. ‘Two others were
crucified there at the same time, but they were

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these thieves was placed on the right hand of Jesus,
the other on his left. Pilate wrote upon the cross,
above the Saviour’s head, ‘ This is the King of the
Jews. The soldiers who crucified him divided his
clothes amongst themselves, and then they sat down
to watch him.”

“Did it not kill Jesus to be nailed to the
cross ?”

“He did not die directly. He prayed for those
who treated him so cruelly, saying, ‘Father, forgive
them; for they know not what they do.’ He lived
for some hours afterwards, and people who passed by
him shook their heads in mockery, and said, ‘If thou
be the Son of God, come down from the cross. He
saved others, himself he cannot save.’ Even one of
the thieves who was crucified with him said, ‘If
thou be Christ, save thyself and us;’ but the other
rebuked him, saying, ‘We deserve to die, for we.
have been very wicked, but Jesus has done ie
wrong; and he need to Jesus, saying, ‘Lord,
bemember me when thou comest into thy fan
dom.’ And the Saviour listened to him and replied,
‘To-day shalt thou be with me in paradise.’

“ After Christ had suffered on the cross for a long
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while, he said, ‘I thirst ;’ and one of the soldiers gave
him vinegar to drink. Having taken it, he cried, ‘It
is finished ;’ and bowed his head and died.

“Then many strange and unusual things hap-
pened; the earth shook, the rocks were rent, and the
graves opened, and the vail of the temple was torn —
from the top to the bottom.”

“What was the vail of the temple?” inquired
lirny.

“It was a large curtain hung to separate one
part of the temple from the other.

“ Now when some who stood by saw these strange
things happen, they were frightened, and an officer
who was there with the soldiers said, ‘Truly this
man was the Son of God!’ |

“ By-and-by the soldiers came and looked at the
two thieves who were crucified, and findmg them
still alive, they broke their legs m order to hasten
their death. Jesus was already dead; but they took
a spear and thrust it into his side, and from it flowed |
out blood and water. |

“When the evening was come, a good and a rich
man named Joseph went to Pilate and asked him it

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leave to take it away,so he removed it from the
cross, and wrapping it in fine linen with sweet spices,
he buried it in a new grave within a garden, and
rolled a great stone to the door of the tomb.

“Did not one of my little darlings ask me just
now why the Lord Jesus suffered himself to be
treated so cruelly ?

“Tt was because he loved us. You know that
we have often sinned; no one ever lived in the
world who was always good, except Jesus. Now
God is quite holy; he hates sin; he said if we dis-
obeyed him, we must be punished. Jesus pitied us;
he knew that we could never get to heaven to be
happy and holy with God, if he did not show us the
way; so he came from his bright home above to
this world; he came to be poor and to die; he
came to bear our sins instead of us. God had
said sin must be punished; Jesus said, ‘ Forgive sin- -
ners; I will suffer instead.’ And God so loved us,
that he did not spare his only Son to suffer and to
die that we might be forgiven.

“Now let us kneel down together, and thank
God for loving us so much, and ask him to

forgive us and bless us because Jesus died; and ask
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him to give his Holy Spirit, that we may believe
in Jesus as our Saviour, and become like Jesus as
our Pattern.”

CHAPTER XII.

“ As I passed the nursery door this morning, I

think I heard you both saying a Bygen to nurse:

what hymn was it, Erny ?”
“It was—

‘This is the day when Christ arose
So early from the dead.’

Do you know the hymn, mamma? Nurse says she
knew it when she was a little girl.”

“ Yes, dear, I know it very well; it was one of the
first I was able to repeat when a child.”

“Mamma,” said Erny, “I think I love Sunday
best of all the days.”

“YT hope you will always do so, Erny, it is the
best day of all the seven; and now | am going to
tell you about a very happy thing that happened

on a Sunday.”
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“T think I know what you mean, mamma,” said
Katie, “for we were talking with nurse this morning,
and she said she thought perhaps you would tell us
to-day about the Saviour’s coming back to life again ;
and I am sure that was a very happy thing: how
glad the disciples must have been !”

“Yes, dear, they were so glad that they could
hardly believe at first that they really saw him. And
now shall I tell you the story? Very early on the
first day of the week after the Lord Jesus was cruci-
fied, a company of women who loved him walked to
his grave; they took with them sweet-smelling
spices to lay upon his body. When they got to the
place where Joseph had laid him, they found that
the great stone which had been put at the door of
the tomb was moved. Before they came, a bright
shining angel had come down from heaven, and

rolled it away. The women went into the grave,

but they did not see the body of their dear Lord

there; and as they wondered what had become of

it, two angels stood by them in shining garments,

and they were afraid when they saw them, and

bowed their faces down to the earth. The angels

said, ‘Why do you look for the living among the
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dead? Jesusis not here; he is risen. Remember
what he told you, that he would rise from the dead
after three days.’

“Then they recollected what Jesus had said.
And they went and told the disciples that the Lord

had risen; but they did not believe that the good

news was true.

“ Another woman named Mary Magdalene, who
had been still earlier to the grave, came running to
Peter and John, saying, ‘They have taken away
the Lord out of the grave, and we do not know
where they have laid him.’ Mary was very sor-
rowful, for she thought the Saviour’s body had been
removed; she did not know that it lived again,
never to die any more. Then Peter and John ran
to the grave to look for themselves. John reached
it first, and, stooping down, he looked in, and after-
wards both Peter and he entered it, but they could

not see a body lymg there, only the grave-clothes

in which it had been wrapped. They then went to
their own homes, but Mary stayed by the grave weep-
ing. Presently she looked into it, and saw the two
angels sitting there, one in the place where the

Saviours feet had been, the other where his head

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had lain. The angels asked her why she was crying,
and she said, ‘ Because they have taken away my
Lord, and I know not where they have laid him.’

“ As Mary drew back again from the grave, she
saw some one standing by her, but she did not
know that it was Jesus, she supposed that it was the
gardener. He said to her, ‘Woman, why weepest
thou? whom seekest thou?’ Mary replied, ‘Sir, if
you have taken him away, tell me where you have
laid him.’ Then said Jesus to her, ‘ Mary, and she
then knew that it was Jesus himself who spoke. Oh
how glad she must have felt to see him alive agam!

“ Jesus soon sent her to his disciples. She found
them still mourning because thew Lord was dead;
and when she told them that he was alive again,

and that she had seen him, and spoken with him,

they could not believe her.

“ Afterwards, on the same day, Jesus showed him-.

self to two other friends, and to Peter also; but still
the rest of the disciples could not believe that he
was risen indeed. So when the evening was come,
and they were together in one room, Jesus suddenly
stood in the midst of them. They did not see him

come, but they looked and he was there, and he
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spoke to them, saying, ‘Peace be unto you.’ At

first they were frightened, they could not even
then beheve that it was Jesus himself; but he bade
them look at his hands and feet, initio which the
nails had been driven, and showed them the hole
in his side which the soldier's spear had made; and
while they wondered, and hardly yet beliewad for
joy, he asked them, Hide. ye here any meat?’ and
they gave him a piece of broiled fish to eat, and
some honeycomb,

“ After this the disciples saw Jesus again several
times; at last the time came for him to ascend to
his bevigahet home in heaven.

e one day he took the disciples with bliss to the
top of a high hill, called the Mount of Olives, and
when there, he tallced with them, and told ‘hem
what they must do for him after ie had left them,
how they must travel about and teach others to
know and love and serve him, and how he would.
always really be with them although they would not
see him. And then he lifted up his hands and
blessed them, and as he did so he was taken from
them, and received up into heaven where he sat

down at God’s right hand.”
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“ And did the disciples see Jesus go up to heaven,
mamma?” asked Erny.

“They watched him for a while, until a cloud hid
him from their sight, and then they went back to
Jerusalem with great joy.

“Do not you think they were glad that the
Saviour’s pain and sorrow were all over; and that
he had gone to heaven never to suffer any more ?

“They were glad, too, because Jesus had given
them work to do for him; they were glad because
they knew that he would always help them, and
love them, and care for them, and because they
knew that by-and-b y they youd g° to be with him
for ever and ever.

“Here is dear papa; perhaps he would like to
hear his little boy and girl sing a hymn. Shall
mamma choose one to-day? Then let it be this—

“ Tord, a little band and lowly,
We are come to sing to thee ;

Thou art great, and high, and holy,
Oh, how solemn we should be!

Fill our hearts with thoughts of Jesus,
And of heaven where he is gone,
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CHAPTER XIII.

“IT WONDER what mamma is going to tell us about
this afternoon ?” said Katie.

“T know,” replied Erny, “for I asked her as we
walked along, and she said she would tell us of a
promise the Lord Jesus made to the disciples before
he went up to heaven.” | |

Just then Mrs. Stancombe came into the room.
“T am late, little folks,” said she, “but I see you
are quite ready for me. Where is the letter box
put? Oh, there it is on the side table, bring it to
me, Katie; and, first of all, we will put together a
text that I want you both to learn.”

_ “ What is it, mamma ?” inquired Erny.

“Suppose I find it for you in Katie’s Bible: this
is it, John xiv. 16. ‘And I will pray the Father,
and he shall give you another Comforter, that he
may abide with you for ever.”

After Mrs. Stancombe had helped Katie and Tirny
to put the verse in the frame, they read it over
several times, and at last when mamma covered it

over with her handkerchief, the children were able
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to repeat it to her quite well without one mistake.
Then they took their low chairs, and sat down beside
her.

“Do you remember,” asked Mrs. Stancombe,
“two or three Sundays ago, I told you about the
last evening the Lord Jesus spent with his disciples,
before he was crucified ?”

“Oh yes, mamma,” seid Katie; “Jesus and his
disciples had supper together, and the disciples were
very sad, because Jesus told them he was going
away from them.”

“Yes,” added Erny, “ and you said Jesus tried
to comfort them, mamma.’

“He did, my darling; he told them not to be
troubled, - he was going back to heaven to get a
place there ready for them, and that, by-and-by,
they too should go there, and be always with him.

He told them also that God, his Father, loved them,

and would listen to their prayers for his sake, and
he gave them the promise you have been learning
this afternoon. Jesus said that unless he went away
the Holy Spirit would not come, but that, he would
send the Holy Spit down to them, to stay with

them always, to comfort them, to teach them, to
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put them in mind of all he had said to them while
he was on earth.”

“And did Jesus send the Holy Spirit?” asked
Katie.

“Oh yes,” said Erny, “he must have done so,
because the Lord Jesus always keeps his promises,
does he not, mamma ?”

“ Yes, dear, and mamma will tell you presently
about the day when the promise was kept.

“ Before Jesus went back to his Father, he told
the disciples that they were to stay in the city of
Jerusalem, until the Holy Spirit should come to
them. Do you remember, Katie, where the disciples
saw Jesus on earth for the last time?”

“Yes, mamma, you told us that they went with
him to the top of a high hill, called the Mount of
Olives, and that Jesus was taken from them there,
and they watched him go up higher and higher,
until a cloud hid him from their sight.”

“That is right, dear. After their Lord had left
them, they went back to Jerusalem, where they
used to meet together in an upper room. I do not
know, but I think, perhaps, it was the same room in

which Jesus had had that last sad and sorrowfil
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supper with them before he was crucified; others
who loved Jesus, met with them there. Mary, his
mother, and several good men and women besides.
Should you like to know how they spent the time?
A great deal of it was spent in praying to God; and
I dare say they loved to talk together of Jesus, and
of what he had done and said, while he was with
them. Perhaps they spoke, too, of the happy time
when they would go to be with him for ever, in his
Father's home above.”

“Mamma,” asked Erny, “was Judas with the
disciples then? Did they let him stop with them
after he had been so wicked as to help the cruel men
to take Jesus ?” |

“No, Judas was now dead; he died a very sad
death. When he knew that Jesus was about to be
put to death, he was very unhappy; he felt how
sinful he had been, and took back the money that
was given him for showing the men where to
find the Lord, and then he went and hanged
himself.

“While the disciples were waiting in Jerusalem.
a good man, named Matthias, was chosen to take
Judas’s place among them.

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DISSEMINATION IEID 'E20091106_AAAAIX' PACKAGE 'UF00004081_00001' INGEST_TIME '2009-11-06T09:38:40-05:00'
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT 'UF' PROJECT 'UFDC'
DISSEMINATION_REQUEST NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2013-12-09T18:07:21-05:00' NOTE 'request id: 300236; Dissemination from Lois and also Judy Russel see RT# 21871' AGENT 'Stephen'
finished' '2013-12-11T05:44:19-05:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILES
FILE SIZE '407780' DFID 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDTZ' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00001.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 0a5ae6150d25ce8d78dbe18a2b098aed
'SHA-1' f25e8b1dc06f65ace01562a28543c3517358d9f3
EVENT '2012-04-25T15:58:16-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'305721' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUA' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
60d71c3c4be565e543c9d502679c76e3
369511eb5c8d5d5ff4759d2a098b0d8fe978767a
'2012-04-25T15:57:08-04:00'
describe
'5951' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUB' 'sip-files00001.pro'
eb3e5122de1c4aba4d86274583f4d89e
c553b0d9689e5a9288319d7a28773e9f701d9913
'2012-04-25T15:55:48-04:00'
describe
'91434' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUC' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
42a9b97e7eef92f5ea8435025750e719
af11902abea54c9c22a3f99459186c788b1fab58
'2012-04-25T15:55:22-04:00'
describe
'3272548' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUD' 'sip-files00001.tif'
92665456c164424f3a8b5e407eaeac50
48baaebdaf8fcb503983b928e7e5c32eca00c3c9
'2012-04-25T15:57:13-04:00'
describe
'352' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUE' 'sip-files00001.txt'
b3894c2d23eae7b711efc3eb38aa2ee6
a6875e49384c4ed4210423d22b1583c853719e9c
'2012-04-25T15:55:31-04:00'
describe
'29452' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUF' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
69cf839c60f9bab0cebc8155c3c48c08
e3e187efbefc1a192980753b33111bb93ad6a336
'2012-04-25T15:55:49-04:00'
describe
'420395' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUG' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
a57be5f4aeb35dfb0c7c41fbaeaeae42
a8b6434732a7d5ba2a72ce0174cb310111d6d5dc
'2012-04-25T15:57:11-04:00'
describe
'242537' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUH' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
d7810b59d2e408f2a049360184ba65f3
eb1a13eba25f502bbf18434f62e8774d0c43cc13
'2012-04-25T15:58:49-04:00'
describe
'2244' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUI' 'sip-files00002.pro'
ee529dd8ae50aac1629fe4a06658322a
f49229ae91f14e63843807b668be76914227cd39
'2012-04-25T15:57:46-04:00'
describe
'72051' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUJ' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
a984c82eb25703f400eb3d74b19bfa58
f3b1412970eb7f1744e4f063268b306f1c8a8972
'2012-04-25T15:56:23-04:00'
describe
'3370280' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUK' 'sip-files00002.tif'
ba44732836245e9ccab2d873ba532a30
e2f1f8c6f4d748cc9217a79f2f2ee59b7a53d306
'2012-04-25T15:55:26-04:00'
describe
'256' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUL' 'sip-files00002.txt'
0036b51f7def94975949d11dcc5e5aac
c9aae7d5b46d9f99014340472d7885f0c15b89af
'2012-04-25T15:55:53-04:00'
describe
'23540' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUM' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
5bb8f0d7a223f29e94946060b6f10903
5c032391745ebaadb25a8b0542bf5fa89aad27d6
'2012-04-25T15:55:52-04:00'
describe
'413154' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUN' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
40bdecb359a53a40123e00e4ff1027d6
73ed217615f0c053d66ba44812928c080bf6100f
'2012-04-25T15:59:14-04:00'
describe
'373948' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUO' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
b9db3e54f19594ae288f3e8174b9c680
7a27124d68da76c0ca89d906595b28d3d3c8216a
'2012-04-25T15:55:33-04:00'
describe
'8560' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUP' 'sip-files00003.pro'
8df8d50bf0a2d84dc270966c2a4ab749
76395eb2d7942f72c7ffb8b2cc982ca45690b0a5
'2012-04-25T15:56:04-04:00'
describe
'115883' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUQ' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
d0cec88a4640bf8af13215cea60cf4db
5323c60da56591d979729a2769943f4e5e51ee32
'2012-04-25T15:55:54-04:00'
describe
'3314224' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUR' 'sip-files00003.tif'
7609068cb52195f3c3b23415a0c783cc
3de5e4c7c779dcce6ea4ccac73c1208232c4de63
'2012-04-25T15:56:00-04:00'
describe
'403' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUS' 'sip-files00003.txt'
7f408cd2d33411cd95a3fee8ea93097e
f92c529821aab4b36b57fb01467358af203f85d6
describe
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
'36185' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUT' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
15f191ab1d86744a7639d5799ec539c6
c04d54a55bcb92f72f33444ad5b37dbee403e204
'2012-04-25T15:56:16-04:00'
describe
'399425' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUU' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
1be2952013e24bcae8b1f783a9cdc27d
9dfd4d784bc7cd831fcf17d70c13dcd6fbf2730d
'2012-04-25T15:56:27-04:00'
describe
'424443' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUV' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
23fa2bfe2a53c9c989cdf72975bc55fe
fa3a50c4bc3a49b8be686ac57e56f4d74242f562
'2012-04-25T15:58:15-04:00'
describe
'30668' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUW' 'sip-files00004.pro'
2d8ba74c8032e508ca62cddd2cfe57e2
7ff3f4d62f32e2615ee73b42ee28b6e1a30677a8
'2012-04-25T15:55:10-04:00'
describe
'138188' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUX' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
0ac239deffd6c8357674e2450b2b6f00
8a8317215c21eb14ab5e36f044acc17e9f24376c
'2012-04-25T15:57:21-04:00'
describe
'3205512' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUY' 'sip-files00004.tif'
bfcb0afd711bbee048d3db1d70822fc1
f04960768f5d985a9b5b6f9f977eb7c0591edd5d
'2012-04-25T15:56:14-04:00'
describe
'1212' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDUZ' 'sip-files00004.txt'
1a78a3cd57b6fc125ce5febbe79e5990
552e9a2d76172c8f741e027819f4a178b4c6bc5f
'2012-04-25T15:58:44-04:00'
describe
'42804' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVA' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
a8904dc116167774b2049cf480e24523
59eecf8042d88513b4fdb9126bc36e181f1656e3
'2012-04-25T15:57:17-04:00'
describe
'408997' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVB' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
0732e290d4695e67b14f9abf48c78ce4
6f7d5c299f3615e266411b00a4ef25ad749a61af
describe
'369035' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVC' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
7e8186356ba9c2bcd3d37d7f38316fa1
959ec2b846c647290fde2faa0289b52df70fd0d0
'2012-04-25T15:55:20-04:00'
describe
'29549' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVD' 'sip-files00005.pro'
eab7e3f531d191066b0d5b2191e2af26
7b9679c92d19d14253f06cf5290aa8e64ffa9f7c
'2012-04-25T15:57:29-04:00'
describe
'122420' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVE' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
82eacd702cbe74acec4dbaedf0a02dc2
72ac86f03d82f06fe730a8a04cf44ef6a57a1595
describe
'3281512' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVF' 'sip-files00005.tif'
aaf11d5fa80c9c5177c5062e6f5942f1
2ff8b23a4ba8fcee0a6e164707f712ed1699a4ad
'2012-04-25T15:58:41-04:00'
describe
'1209' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVG' 'sip-files00005.txt'
2ba663be276080408529521dc476d085
dd67d784ab7d6b27a2fb134711c968145d90761f
describe
'39590' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVH' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
a678779aa01fef033b831a6dbb68748e
2c2387770ef384bff749de771cff27b2ceaa83df
'2012-04-25T15:57:50-04:00'
describe
'411242' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVI' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
cb8eb6c2e42c23061e5c31606a35c8c3
7d77d67e2bc98cdc910c08219bb09597e70b30c1
'2012-04-25T15:57:53-04:00'
describe
'375275' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVJ' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
fb9c9f7a05cb989a8166aa3e09cd6fee
2798f11945cf5ee479707991392d7eaeae52a76f
'2012-04-25T15:58:47-04:00'
describe
'28115' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVK' 'sip-files00006.pro'
e8c709d84ef0b59390b8a1b8a7f18d6d
ebb5f9165ed4d6850efddb47ba9715cff67495a5
'2012-04-25T15:55:13-04:00'
describe
'122653' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVL' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
0f6ec462580293271fe58f17127773c8
dab10993d6ce972740c427b69ea3c7bb11876e99
'2012-04-25T15:57:35-04:00'
describe
'3300168' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVM' 'sip-files00006.tif'
e56f4090fa30e166245e87a22f50446f
c08a98b6df70189576202fc8b320e5aa35d74794
describe
'1159' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVN' 'sip-files00006.txt'
2ac410ee259c6cf82299d9f005cbc011
bfd8be95bcc3fe6621cda2a5264553a213d3f022
'2012-04-25T15:58:36-04:00'
describe
'38776' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVO' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
146d7bbe2427789131503e3a218e202d
74f972d189f3efddb036a4da606bc4abbe8e685c
'2012-04-25T15:59:07-04:00'
describe
'408376' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVP' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
489f76e4bee71a805fb311029dd45a56
ee90d9f3a9b9ee31bb3e593934dd7f4caf284bc3
describe
'355270' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVQ' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
b97be0b76b19a8eb163b1509f74b2655
7a008e81137e2997014324f1d76f583ad60f26f7
'2012-04-25T15:57:31-04:00'
describe
'26247' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVR' 'sip-files00007.pro'
b8aa2c99390f4aa35aa3b3c43ab48c6d
dc641a8f98f913d18b78d03e38d49891c101d2fd
'2012-04-25T15:58:17-04:00'
describe
'117610' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVS' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
a2aadb50986ebb1797c929412aa380a2
4384daeb70226ca191f2def3588984b1a8b5e11e
describe
'3276340' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVT' 'sip-files00007.tif'
c302f0e2a7e89edb8d56891b8184fdd0
ccc25f292cea80760bbb9bfff6242d4a82ff9d63
'2012-04-25T15:57:42-04:00'
describe
'1107' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVU' 'sip-files00007.txt'
0cd68db1c12aa48d068e74c1013c1ca6
1f82f1f8f1953283d912e8dc84016188f8d981f4
'2012-04-25T15:57:04-04:00'
describe
'37847' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVV' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
c4518504477b5921ac7a8b25d246ca25
2e33684a74c9311a077983fc35808a622a2bb80f
'2012-04-25T15:58:04-04:00'
describe
'415384' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVW' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
1fc34c83aff07cbfd84d629aadf1f657
34a53fad1c6b0a012dac965dcffa5d2ceacbe593
'2012-04-25T15:58:02-04:00'
describe
'387075' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVX' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
f51df79278fc3b031c3c7ca1b4f5190b
6f1ce0cf883d559476201155cf4977c18b6e206a
'2012-04-25T15:56:11-04:00'
describe
'25356' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVY' 'sip-files00008.pro'
bb2b17cbbe46a350a352cb5c20554071
494061f71b2db44c4467950bb57315fe404035ba
describe
'127825' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDVZ' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
e6d0e8af0a965a9ee7e54ff0f5ef3519
74bd78872c8fb0628a262477b20b5316ff7c61ce
'2012-04-25T15:56:20-04:00'
describe
'3332536' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWA' 'sip-files00008.tif'
b129b39efce0c5138472deb0cad07ed2
b41eb813a8a8320e4643189468ef735ed8a59171
'2012-04-25T15:55:27-04:00'
describe
'1025' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWB' 'sip-files00008.txt'
d3d3c57ad25cdc6ea63f302a5ca36348
7a88116915dd988f26a5bd3fd4dbb1d704f58828
'2012-04-25T15:55:36-04:00'
describe
'40259' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWC' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
32de0f7308f1fd8f4fc3494f0e57443f
8dbf54472eebd510efb6ca9e25debe7ea84f877b
'2012-04-25T15:57:26-04:00'
describe
'426101' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWD' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
afaf4185f4672bef1c4dc0da99b56e30
da539a7d11e773e75ca82db5f97befc2ffc65be2
'2012-04-25T15:55:42-04:00'
describe
'351483' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWE' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
e9c67d6ce2e42f891574d14330b647b1
f7c2fa867dc328c7d3eabf6016a013fbb2bdf264
'2012-04-25T15:58:50-04:00'
describe
'27903' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWF' 'sip-files00009.pro'
feaee2d125cf3e4389444270d7c4ecc7
3cda400dc284515ff56c81937d7a495747ae95ee
describe
'114908' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWG' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
a6bd9b6734161b6d46de42166e7532d5
8aaa2059dd5784ea47e274101818e7e57c457eeb
'2012-04-25T15:56:51-04:00'
describe
'3418280' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWH' 'sip-files00009.tif'
8916c37c40524c8b89c73e8ec377a3fc
a25e0a0cede112fdc0ab0277546ad350852d0953
'2012-04-25T15:57:01-04:00'
describe
'1147' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWI' 'sip-files00009.txt'
67f5b60ca48c922eb07ea95e1a756b47
998597312164f03d2d8bf9c410e003b909146f8d
describe
'37345' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWJ' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
a0a362a32ddc9074bf9aac61143986c8
2ea58e7f9e4b33e68bc4632a660a6243f7537e9e
describe
'386186' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWK' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
5fabb6db4f430773d2e382cd4ce5e07e
d866c37e6ea72853e5b5578eba5deb1e7658f14b
describe
'413960' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWL' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
d825fbd385a4ad8569ac92153e4cb81c
4a8b8234e618a08088b3bb1e26d3f7aa0c54f730
'2012-04-25T15:58:43-04:00'
describe
'31616' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWM' 'sip-files00010.pro'
b78f1b84d3ce55f2556ab4477c2d2148
fcab4cd93c9cdbc2baab965dc9a1a6c1b625cde6
'2012-04-25T15:55:15-04:00'
describe
'135136' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWN' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
5ce6e91176436847eda45c25e6eb91a8
fce22dbab6b54a482cf8123404f62988af22f26a
describe
'3099492' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWO' 'sip-files00010.tif'
e4af57cb4e2d679dcdb51b04594a98ad
b6490638126f47d8fcf33af404e6a9cafe107995
describe
'1256' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWP' 'sip-files00010.txt'
30560b60bc771b2fe3957790579afc89
b842151eb0492122c68b5338d2d6c7200fbe95a3
describe
'41684' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWQ' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
b24b8b14d03ec10813d40867dced3fd8
cf0ca41b113aa5d801fd720c9c8f9015a9d5bf7c
'2012-04-25T15:58:59-04:00'
describe
'397934' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWR' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
0d416fd260432ed303e08a047dc0df18
fb414db07e6549a9857add3757922d5f7aaf3644
'2012-04-25T15:55:50-04:00'
describe
'362126' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWS' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
edc063b199c8a346405efbb3329e130f
03d07a9b5a920ee122e710572a42184336760d12
'2012-04-25T15:58:22-04:00'
describe
'9709' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWT' 'sip-files00011.pro'
5f91021be07187c8ea7e0081a5a5739c
14bb196827a0df34682750e1b695492ba1d1dca6
describe
'113290' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWU' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
fdb32ba2f8adf1ef5ab84f2434990b23
5c7950fd8f8a834fff7201c6f209c319a58676e6
'2012-04-25T15:57:44-04:00'
describe
'3192784' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWV' 'sip-files00011.tif'
6f5f910a3eb2dac15a36825d30e74845
8a339f77be28e1787ae686f98a420e4d03c013fe
describe
'389' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWW' 'sip-files00011.txt'
161d4e0acb1088b9dc07e0e55a36448c
c9c45c1e9494ae7b6e23a6feb8d155b49aef6b93
'2012-04-25T15:55:24-04:00'
describe
'37088' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWX' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
2e2ca9f04b742452600b5ff6afad626e
9782aad61ac56ee1333f86ceb0492e9d9ce6dbc3
describe
'406066' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWY' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
cf817977d9871bcc97b65c2e83cfff6d
9f332d345e4a35598ff965e76a3eaeafd1bdb391
'2012-04-25T15:59:04-04:00'
describe
'365675' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDWZ' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
b1c59cb1d5bbd8c8304b5afd1a1eed86
c259d4d39147d60d72713c87720811af465807c7
'2012-04-25T15:57:49-04:00'
describe
'25541' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXA' 'sip-files00012.pro'
b4af7abf1e8257fe76577a08e67d19d9
9da68b5a70ad07446b5c17905b288a04463e97a4
'2012-04-25T15:55:34-04:00'
describe
'118781' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXB' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
6daee96f2673cdb85797cdbca0a4f338
e0ca9ad95d1595362bdb53bf57849fd17c2655e2
'2012-04-25T15:58:25-04:00'
describe
'3258572' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXC' 'sip-files00012.tif'
133cf3ebb50080dadaf51a983f8e1884
1cc368f0c95d9a32e6e9e15f16fe3d391d752f3a
'2012-04-25T15:56:13-04:00'
describe
'1018' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXD' 'sip-files00012.txt'
491b9b0b0f066e1d55aeba61d3931041
1d219396ceee6d75d856a8d2fdb76da2ac2ebb20
describe
'38047' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXE' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
1fb8efa2ddc6a4ed040fbafad932bd8f
0edad3f594e4ac2c6ffa50a26dc4f83e28e1f302
'2012-04-25T15:58:48-04:00'
describe
'386260' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXF' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
e3f6d5258735f25d53ae571be8b067be
7be89216aad0997e25316f2f8462896aac2242bd
'2012-04-25T15:56:06-04:00'
describe
'329426' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXG' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
9634913f2c014a406598be6d1a0f9b55
3622c69a9fbf66266482d02b8e9e8d732f18833c
describe
'22647' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXH' 'sip-files00013.pro'
569fa70f71663930413af75a43fca003
8c32d5fa46bf1056e6f6097c0f9f9a0e797d78e5
'2012-04-25T15:59:05-04:00'
describe
'110939' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXI' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
769d813404245ae27c6308c7f3b4b934
c1e69950314edda6b817267df6274d9bc327b337
'2012-04-25T15:57:39-04:00'
describe
'3099580' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXJ' 'sip-files00013.tif'
cf5390d3e31a8ef65dc2c86d253369cd
49d162c20963682411facba2b7ceb5685b6236a2
'2012-04-25T15:57:33-04:00'
describe
'916' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXK' 'sip-files00013.txt'
a2018a7e64a71cbe19513e75bcf972b9
76cb4cfe5f38cd11ee2fc984e27ab2f6543aaf1f
'2012-04-25T15:56:22-04:00'
describe
'35945' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXL' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
3092db99b382d488ec43248e557fab9a
f287abb70bf6f1c4f2140fc08b606fc58afbd3b3
describe
'415470' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXM' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
406660177da4b533f1e46ef492c39740
7f374caa2eabcefcd1b52ef5fdf6d0a5f04ea30a
'2012-04-25T15:58:53-04:00'
describe
'407282' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXN' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
6221b7308c8d6c293d5a97273ff77edb
c4d4a8eab9f1d3ce9798a70b0b40efee0c517f64
describe
'29806' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXO' 'sip-files00014.pro'
7851aa52832997772e96bac64b6d5035
ef085d63b0f5ec3803d8a685daf72d9f058414ad
describe
'135463' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXP' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
b94aa0f3cbc12ec8d674b7d75d7dff5a
b5744cf4a6903c7f86d4570adc452f1247867fe6
'2012-04-25T15:58:03-04:00'
describe
'3333476' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXQ' 'sip-files00014.tif'
9b002a49215cc61aa6f3d6b24a1e953a
de8f6da1bc6779b3aa7ace08e88fc118f43f1e24
'2012-04-25T15:58:00-04:00'
describe
'1188' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXR' 'sip-files00014.txt'
82c03a6a0771ba736b122329f48cbcd6
94e4dcb493e82b4efab0842b4d675384d11e4559
'2012-04-25T15:56:03-04:00'
describe
'42093' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXS' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
b61c1fc42706318056c1e4a725f4b399
ae10dbc8ceea9d91a547652d659d39615eec68f9
'2012-04-25T15:57:27-04:00'
describe
'397903' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXT' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
6b4cbdfc2e9f3619d8965a3ad0ea220a
9b81507291106982041bbb03c8151898ab1b6d25
'2012-04-25T15:56:58-04:00'
describe
'375079' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXU' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
4b845cae20acac034c5174bf8c01a4fc
2b916bf93ff398f985c10203829c52c19b15ffb7
'2012-04-25T15:55:14-04:00'
describe
'30963' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXV' 'sip-files00015.pro'
f7a008274fe93165e0764fe120d40222
4add49374a61d05e2389e033bad93d5b23597872
'2012-04-25T15:58:31-04:00'
describe
'127334' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXW' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
28b90f17a80c9d941170fcae6397aa4c
44c626844875fc9e814a3cb69adefb5064ea406e
describe
'3193180' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXX' 'sip-files00015.tif'
f1493713f125e1ae152463b436077927
62ab71cb7df3d957f6164d1895c3eaa17de69374
'2012-04-25T15:58:39-04:00'
describe
'1223' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXY' 'sip-files00015.txt'
7d465f53db26f44d29197b4114c4d515
c32eff2d18d368aff30ea44d34a3a49dc6428dd1
'2012-04-25T15:56:24-04:00'
describe
'39296' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDXZ' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
a7da2cf2f781f8983e29a804ef800b5b
6ade35df86a6336977b6ac2ba1dcb2a96905016a
'2012-04-25T15:56:10-04:00'
describe
'396753' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYA' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
710d5924a9f5db540db93d1c3580833b
b4ab1da350fc84a9c38b001735292d31d4b84fdd
'2012-04-25T15:56:48-04:00'
describe
'408052' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYB' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
e292b31b862a4f9b0656f5c28e3ea3d4
8356d7f9ddb7c5c7d80b3b06cd4121b6e8529efd
'2012-04-25T15:59:11-04:00'
describe
'28956' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYC' 'sip-files00016.pro'
720b4a612107a9ef21e672daf0dd75b4
359a4196c2abbfae6f73c33fe464783249f72dcb
describe
'132210' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYD' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
b6d90805187450859912cdbb18209846
f9afdc7f7afc3bbd4c19e4eb216598b0159d1701
describe
'3183888' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYE' 'sip-files00016.tif'
e6f244798a8b77f56594254ad6a9f8f3
26e5cc285fc41b11b607a8847ed5b1df4bdd668c
'2012-04-25T15:56:54-04:00'
describe
'1155' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYF' 'sip-files00016.txt'
498cf7689a1baa120c3658f691625ebf
bc2ca51a521f1273a516159737887d78aa7a730b
describe
'398318' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYG' 'sip-files00016a.jp2'
ba5e4a9de2c4a25241a10fa828a1fdc9
85af7f11b1a3bb28677256d8fb478c434de4a478
'2012-04-25T15:55:35-04:00'
describe
'196800' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYH' 'sip-files00016a.jpg'
ec7d6be1c5f8c2c9c1b270d5ceeabd44
9b92b79a469fdb03469e7bb64b49870cdabd9cbc
describe
'221' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYI' 'sip-files00016a.pro'
a61f253dd4e7d7b64aad08c4716b58d9
2d1752637ac65320253c92445878005aab291eba
'2012-04-25T15:56:17-04:00'
describe
'59120' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYJ' 'sip-files00016a.QC.jpg'
f36a8e7e536eba9383d6898e7e1ece86
c44507ec4ed8ced5fad97d556f4acb9b6b7a6741
'2012-04-25T15:55:44-04:00'
describe
'3195744' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYK' 'sip-files00016a.tif'
6340de759e5531e311293bc944508aa8
33a1b4857dd34bfd6e8b7d8741dc4c9aa16bb94d
'2012-04-25T15:58:27-04:00'
describe
'3' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYL' 'sip-files00016a.txt'
bc949ea893a9384070c31f083ccefd26
cbb8391cb65c20e2c05a2f29211e55c49939c3db
'2012-04-25T15:57:15-04:00'
describe
'20241' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYM' 'sip-files00016athm.jpg'
80882eba0bc66e1b62b6c4c00c22b556
531cd01006b0f8c55d6426b70fe4811f62e32064
'2012-04-25T15:57:22-04:00'
describe
'1639623' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYN' 'sip-files00016b.jp2'
c4877ce791c1e4622add6d3bded0feea
b2931edc0cb4b577d65200612c955f8e26724f8e
describe
'327819' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYO' 'sip-files00016b.jpg'
a1b20710eb6c21df0221220e8b1ef795
24a5c217b81e869f35d4bd9d8fd10f3910a0753a
'2012-04-25T15:58:01-04:00'
describe
'3320' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYP' 'sip-files00016b.pro'
ef196d4fbce1a93be22a468d54884b5b
ffd63c3927693783b4c4c8e910fd89ec054c31ce
describe
'100523' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYQ' 'sip-files00016b.QC.jpg'
13c208ac397b16412132cf493066210d
a469503b9fbcc424b35a87e7ac6e829e9d6f8595
'2012-04-25T15:57:20-04:00'
describe
'39371088' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYR' 'sip-files00016b.tif'
9c36bb1d309e5a7ab45c30b006b33760
837f9a9d9411c7ed54a44b0d315fea4e87a6a197
describe
'349' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYS' 'sip-files00016b.txt'
a52f22ed94b328d8533771bcfcb97c4f
3488a2dae59e02ba4f72fa8dc8cc5a45e1183aa9
'2012-04-25T15:59:03-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'38761' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYT' 'sip-files00016bthm.jpg'
80f395ba385850917ee97ca30c913034
0d9810d62281f4e0170ab3266a6721bee53e4057
'2012-04-25T15:58:30-04:00'
describe
'41040' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYU' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
8af563c1658447ea5f097ff253f7aa2a
20963faba9b035e27d8fcaec5710c0b16435665c
describe
'418049' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYV' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
4b80bb1fc7b86f3b81d4113ade8b599b
d51b026968878ab321639a672e38bac63d31168e
'2012-04-25T15:57:40-04:00'
describe
'377558' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYW' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
0a7eed3d209b8914af7bbfdc8c1d9143
020201e43a3af1ed6cf665be778bab3e8e087e3d
'2012-04-25T15:58:54-04:00'
describe
'30473' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYX' 'sip-files00017.pro'
fe9b19d9b1ce14daa2fce9b7f9448427
c819e11155c009164b618139452159e5f15ed235
describe
'125889' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYY' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
f9a962c3ca24b3e596d69483f3a9626a
95bb2230713b5b018f0669dec317dcdb38be4d52
describe
'3354056' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDYZ' 'sip-files00017.tif'
b022d267850f16bfe641c1ad3b967fe6
43a143126689449680ced15a5530f9d29feba713
'2012-04-25T15:55:59-04:00'
describe
'1239' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZA' 'sip-files00017.txt'
08a028454a5a84b0a3e15cf2499b8e08
cfd41a33ba834135aae1073b7450000e6bca2302
describe
'39833' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZB' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
d0db2274c0b3a3ba7ad2ba3ec788d237
c35d10bd13ddd72388c308622c5424e65e8e0494
'2012-04-25T15:57:47-04:00'
describe
'400936' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZC' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
769612d0b72d34caf3046102ac6bf75c
9293f13400d78816723adac6a4582a734d274cca
'2012-04-25T15:58:18-04:00'
describe
'396729' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZD' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
7039e268de8ef3cb7b16f4b6ebaef0f2
413d1f463ebea25b9c460dbc114302323a59913f
'2012-04-25T15:58:40-04:00'
describe
'24462' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZE' 'sip-files00018.pro'
61261d778534bb7430bfa816da2254b7
6142dd3bc42033e6294e66ed819c1f5dbecf1323
'2012-04-25T15:57:48-04:00'
describe
'129758' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZF' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
cd0007e25f6fcbb248e123dfb4b7b183
39c1e2f7a294258063ab6278761ea4dbaa08695b
'2012-04-25T15:59:13-04:00'
describe
'3217468' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZG' 'sip-files00018.tif'
436727f611aae1e12c9f96e9cfc5e7bb
778d9b958debdd21124a52acf3385e9501afb75f
describe
'994' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZH' 'sip-files00018.txt'
3ac1d75f8fcc521d094b558b4ef21ee0
4079c86eb485951abdf203d35a8f963b8d817d40
describe
'40932' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZI' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
855826e1b28a9c77de16ef0e65b8c7d7
a4d4f15bd0f8b601668b710fdf013b7d25895202
'2012-04-25T15:58:08-04:00'
describe
'379557' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZJ' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
df43a2a6b74e517adcf94a70aea1c451
8b155411499b4594109f5feaf40774420d1a4783
'2012-04-25T15:58:45-04:00'
describe
'336913' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZK' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
138e72c10dd7c8aa533cffa2503ebe8d
0e6f07545baf86532a3d561c0defd23fbfddff8c
'2012-04-25T15:59:02-04:00'
describe
'25642' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZL' 'sip-files00019.pro'
9d6055bad5f76d9cbe16b3c196a2320b
4563de48b37ea44a6176b18911977aa03c38f797
'2012-04-25T15:57:25-04:00'
describe
'112503' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZM' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
67c70206e70c6dc3240a172edc50b948
ce59730570d871bdbe8c7c7b7bc75a6117cc8ed5
describe
'3045912' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZN' 'sip-files00019.tif'
238c7200cfcd8e3eea90a43236b084bc
de5e482262d1cf7bc794522a5adec27aa6e5ebb6
'2012-04-25T15:55:51-04:00'
describe
'1167' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZO' 'sip-files00019.txt'
0803f6685cbafa719edc3d09c7f9366a
fa389af4df5a5998752ebab3da027341b52b377a
describe
'36953' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZP' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
a63ddb094e4d1149705fe1de421da22e
d5acf201b1ffd046b797df46f976d724678c0d23
describe
'402783' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZQ' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
d3e3f59715bcabf1bbb0fbf340cea163
4eaeaf0b555e413c3ab1658549963364dbc8c96d
'2012-04-25T15:55:57-04:00'
describe
'402579' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZR' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
5cd3e159199e3d1b3fc8cf0122c172a9
cb203ed358eec8d939f95e8fc45360fc5caab9ed
'2012-04-25T15:55:40-04:00'
describe
'9656' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZS' 'sip-files00020.pro'
417a352d24461439db44a1d5a1925513
7a589a523a0cd5da9e031f7b3fa48411928a31aa
describe
'123121' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZT' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
723a95611ebee92d7e8a300899e1418d
937c8db22121465e3078852b8b1ea6badd93c380
'2012-04-25T15:58:38-04:00'
describe
'3231492' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZU' 'sip-files00020.tif'
68237501985a4b64895cf4adbeafb52f
e1f4c6f0902ca4fb7dd0fd36941b95753330539f
describe
'393' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZV' 'sip-files00020.txt'
e8a8d02da8c6e6e11e79da9b5ee26dbc
b9f0ef55a4f5a2d0c074686750e695d06e4ddca9
describe
'38464' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZW' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
3a460557579fe691b999c2cee13baada
2d34f0bfb24e4ef7c0c013c8ec00aa523eb83f9a
'2012-04-25T15:57:14-04:00'
describe
'395589' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZX' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
c8768a17e705f31cce137c36f12e9852
9552ca3044e75af072efa76c52e9d4bb5464f44e
'2012-04-25T15:58:12-04:00'
describe
'365372' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZY' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
8fc8830bcac17c55bf2d83a74235ab83
6587e60dabe7c26166cef1ce683616a7b9e19046
'2012-04-25T15:55:39-04:00'
describe
'28395' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACDZZ' 'sip-files00021.pro'
7d45b46077c831e7028f9601aeffeba2
bc88a8adae16ecf23e7d4bdf0eac4be1d7f56d69
'2012-04-25T15:55:41-04:00'
describe
'124427' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAA' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
d180948cb672428b430106f56a2a7304
1d7dba52fb842ffc7fc7b5201955c8b9228337db
'2012-04-25T15:55:19-04:00'
describe
'3174488' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAB' 'sip-files00021.tif'
29eac848e92abd2f2eed4d0faff41abf
ce6c94ce689501a263192dd3048348227e4c5419
'2012-04-25T15:55:16-04:00'
describe
'1179' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAC' 'sip-files00021.txt'
d1cb56c964b24bf41141cb34995e2bcd
11e6e131500db8c224cebc2419ecb4a7bdbbf7fd
'2012-04-25T15:57:45-04:00'
describe
'39944' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAD' 'sip-files00021thm.jpg'
6056a9da5152e1c58228fe705881a5dc
dab5a9dab50055ad6f0f7845533aa2aa629c4113
'2012-04-25T15:59:12-04:00'
describe
'375162' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAE' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
f311e0305a09212b5c43c8c674e9b3bd
8ca2d3d8e59bd4f7a0b3b51b3f357a4d8749d62b
'2012-04-25T15:55:11-04:00'
describe
'418652' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAF' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
21bc5e5868f81dab792a212b35e61067
9df4406a9fde2c44da6bce3c7d1b2a05bbaade69
'2012-04-25T15:56:12-04:00'
describe
'30079' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAG' 'sip-files00022.pro'
2d84b99db1185ba1982ddcb5d9a4ca67
28f28915080b85654c1caf95401bdf9157cdac33
'2012-04-25T15:56:38-04:00'
describe
'139153' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAH' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
bb820f3fd886203a67c0130ece84474d
0dd9b72f5f90a3034b34b5370206696699750e4f
'2012-04-25T15:58:06-04:00'
describe
'3011844' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAI' 'sip-files00022.tif'
d9e23eacb34b9f2660edecde4d1f22d5
cdcb39bdf0ffef14f1acbc15f2b8aece21a10b6b
describe
'1207' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAJ' 'sip-files00022.txt'
b5d0ebb0a2f047835d1abbac963dcb8f
03a70a8785fe629bca0869df56f7dfc2d4a32039
describe
'42840' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAK' 'sip-files00022thm.jpg'
1e86f48c63208c2b96a2ec051db6ea3c
31b2964be65446a06c8c1494358c5000b7427b6e
describe
'373582' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAL' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
8990706cedefcc5ada05b41b4c21352f
74413fe560b7473fcdedd539c0d7618d5e59d47b
'2012-04-25T15:56:32-04:00'
describe
'357659' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAM' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
595f0cb3f20d361a0f1e9afdda01852d
acf58a6deda7f023380e402518e2bd463332db1f
'2012-04-25T15:57:30-04:00'
describe
'27732' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAN' 'sip-files00023.pro'
987399b98c230d7327a8379cacabe995
ae23f9931885260cd32e5cf397d7fb1ee252cde6
describe
'122376' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAO' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
01f8f8a901bffd6745461265b0c836f1
8a714aa0f69eb43ae80f15c3c463fa7b783c63f1
describe
'2998612' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAP' 'sip-files00023.tif'
3243cf9c120e968212c5be681149ae5b
b661acafbbf9e7427e69e8201bb83b4e7dd00235
'2012-04-25T15:57:07-04:00'
describe
'1145' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAQ' 'sip-files00023.txt'
18d99d73f359eedb2666ba1bfcaa06f5
a02aef6c6523cf6ee02d425c52a26a5a1fc6db98
describe
'39790' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAR' 'sip-files00023thm.jpg'
a6a6e25b6e97e6a9227dc9f74570fda7
2e3bb171934a68b695c93feaa1e3223d4c38b402
'2012-04-25T15:58:35-04:00'
describe
'363350' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAS' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
4b114d2b587a12fea797c0f667f6429f
bfbb7c24a2927f67c447565a9f2804cdcf7a317e
describe
'448381' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAT' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
f3e929baa70d04f1f5e577a95c2e2057
e8d74f548cf276287c8aaa82ebf8907602f714dd
'2012-04-25T15:57:12-04:00'
describe
'30209' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAU' 'sip-files00024.pro'
f4a590cccca3eb04d07f45c19af2ba51
847edb85c829c90791e38c586fe9080280d8895f
'2012-04-25T15:56:52-04:00'
describe
'150219' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAV' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
11a36131841578b4c47b4d3397cfa784
c4f472d530d023fdda72cffc1d9eb09803a380f6
'2012-04-25T15:57:00-04:00'
describe
'2917108' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAW' 'sip-files00024.tif'
b4dd0d2c237e949f5ae999c0c828a151
9c7d6dc7da513da72c5b43f6571b602d6d6d1bc4
'2012-04-25T15:55:55-04:00'
describe
'1196' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAX' 'sip-files00024.txt'
d93d1cbfaf371ce6ac22700572131a1f
5aea481ade45b250768346a567dfe546c7831efb
'2012-04-25T15:55:58-04:00'
describe
'46946' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAY' 'sip-files00024thm.jpg'
edfb677ee8f3ac95c856c41c601ddfb1
1d2b7b73b0deb6b119b21915cfd2e6821644e542
describe
'376286' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEAZ' 'sip-files00025.jp2'
46130b25e6a8929b8387912f97314123
209e1f048d729d5a5d71766dc6e446612bb16767
describe
'367706' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBA' 'sip-files00025.jpg'
959254ce91a7bbe6a6858d6d71a1092c
f52ea4138349e7130c1f07197b5391afb61bbe8d
describe
'28770' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBB' 'sip-files00025.pro'
96737a07a1b50f2d61113087e87bff95
92ded04bb8ee98f845143ba42d2f42ae5b9f0307
describe
'125538' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBC' 'sip-files00025.QC.jpg'
4686aea32af136f2d9caefbcf760abc2
715b1a7cb7567cf00b8c12c3ba286ad2b170ebbe
'2012-04-25T15:56:26-04:00'
describe
'3020508' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBD' 'sip-files00025.tif'
6dc0ea7a5ac88599d6b6b3713e7e5385
d26319da3d29923e0e650979a5ec69e73222b347
describe
'1184' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBE' 'sip-files00025.txt'
5eceeed9c1fe3d4d83e1e4e409e0271f
89b7098b6abf8da1239c8896446d0d32e82065ca
'2012-04-25T15:57:56-04:00'
describe
'40169' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBF' 'sip-files00025thm.jpg'
adfa906865b2dca5c51d04262bf1589d
3f73ab68bbca31c3749f27e95c7279b6c7f8b78b
describe
'410963' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBG' 'sip-files00026.jp2'
0eaa4344a4ce03700fd23f3a7a0a6991
d880b7599aafb373715aa60871b395c912fca678
describe
'350017' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBH' 'sip-files00026.jpg'
bf3923f6261d6a9967b83e3b3ff38498
6524e645b2f1e71446b494c46da03f7be2bf7ca7
describe
'21230' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBI' 'sip-files00026.pro'
b580a1e37f059f4b275c5460155ac683
9d4103cda3de4e265f39f641482c256002ad528d
'2012-04-25T15:57:38-04:00'
describe
'113346' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBJ' 'sip-files00026.QC.jpg'
1a40008db06b6bb55d8b3f98ef7e7b36
3ef5f08e9de3117e2631dcd60179f1ce80557ed5
describe
'3297072' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBK' 'sip-files00026.tif'
f7cdd4b6aeb81351f3aa40e0e6536bca
9b2a0c69fd06680aefc3da6ef07919bb49dc1cd7
'2012-04-25T15:56:44-04:00'
describe
'993' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBL' 'sip-files00026.txt'
0f5da1ab13a3b17d688f87c15a510bb7
67ba69fa9e254ba5b7f0ae0c96086f261a970dfb
'2012-04-25T15:55:21-04:00'
describe
'36275' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBM' 'sip-files00026thm.jpg'
232f5291a67096c071b5bb79ed5128c9
99908dbc6aae62ab0989d87c9a2d94aae4579c4f
'2012-04-25T15:56:19-04:00'
describe
'386431' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBN' 'sip-files00027.jp2'
066cb587aa54851397f0c919a5f04f95
3b8d42d0aff1da6a242c700904c33169917c06eb
'2012-04-25T15:58:46-04:00'
describe
'386584' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBO' 'sip-files00027.jpg'
fe6eb9fbf24aaebbc77895da01ed71e5
841303f33e9c3661d5ca6634800d0197399537ce
'2012-04-25T15:57:10-04:00'
describe
'30977' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBP' 'sip-files00027.pro'
f250dfcdf6c8b9e6538e7dbd0e62a693
86d4b7b2b551ae95488d8f4b465d9e5864754de5
describe
'132527' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBQ' 'sip-files00027.QC.jpg'
381ce7199bcf2cef52c77c5aa7c63da5
973cfa4cb57eed74d753316589795842fa95bb9d
'2012-04-25T15:55:30-04:00'
describe
'3101124' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBR' 'sip-files00027.tif'
ccf13df0389a4e5780397c1b95ce838f
5c4d3121f1d7dbd1703125685c65a51b1f70ea7f
'2012-04-25T15:56:15-04:00'
describe
'1266' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBS' 'sip-files00027.txt'
e4e1acbab6fe6ac658065c4268c7e46e
f40acdd18035f363801fe806091ce4dad8f243ff
describe
'439206' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBT' 'sip-filesi.jp2'
11d2eb4e65ecfe2b324eb396c0b19197
6bd7f9b186f3adbbdc5f6ae852fe60d3ef43424a
'2012-04-25T15:58:57-04:00'
describe
'40876' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBU' 'sip-files00027thm.jpg'
f0daaa45207488dd09d0b0962499d284
6fd0eac3661669eb81d98da795c57274397714c3
'2012-04-25T15:57:02-04:00'
describe
'400996' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBV' 'sip-files00028.jp2'
58899a7a3cb58b6c07f8a620947b7738
f9b6bf5c87b13b81679f7b646e783d312b970c69
describe
'413542' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBW' 'sip-files00028.jpg'
cd3c5553d5ecdfc505d4969b7be37b84
6f1d49cd553e3e8ca518f03e3ab57452be3c13f0
'2012-04-25T15:56:49-04:00'
describe
'29157' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBX' 'sip-files00028.pro'
38a72d29152e139dfe9724141e69a4ee
66792c3a30b0e1da92afdbb29a10a70a8fd63291
'2012-04-25T15:58:28-04:00'
describe
'136879' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBY' 'sip-files00028.QC.jpg'
eeaa00afd2032bac9bd25aaa5dd39df7
b137bae3d5235ce39371ae4e7ae1b9fce3d29300
describe
'3218116' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEBZ' 'sip-files00028.tif'
39a2a3712b1888d729832109ea35d915
5d07db69d254c0703b6d0e0ddee44d6c8c724515
'2012-04-25T15:56:59-04:00'
describe
'1162' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECA' 'sip-files00028.txt'
832118b077ea28892d42504721b9e8d3
386093de855fb1ae41aa277e0cd57cadbacd8c74
'2012-04-25T15:58:24-04:00'
describe
'43454' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECB' 'sip-files00028thm.jpg'
bf3ef15a0daee3cd15f390a0818b8d1c
9c33646b01b1252bd313cb990ba46945ee04c47f
describe
'394025' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECC' 'sip-files00029.jp2'
d0e192e1536389c33fdaa481146d91e1
764fd3a14977fcbb269c0553eb98c2d5e771b60d
describe
'358285' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECD' 'sip-files00029.jpg'
2a55e6c76cbd7037a9e485c4076fa61d
2b9ebbe8172985706fbff13dd135ae8337bf8086
'2012-04-25T15:57:32-04:00'
describe
'27592' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECE' 'sip-files00029.pro'
eca7afe9dc292a7aa1a142bf5b509bdc
4793fd1ee2251b8bb70d1b224e8892fb744a95d4
describe
'119711' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECF' 'sip-files00029.QC.jpg'
1659673a1222b23fd06e1158f2280b32
0ebe8c3cf936644095eda0908cd745bb2027f2e9
'2012-04-25T15:58:33-04:00'
describe
'3161808' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECG' 'sip-files00029.tif'
dba4b9bf74fa4bbd82390793fe33f96c
44cd0301ed23e7fb45d6fa0d8813e72b5f905226
'2012-04-25T15:56:01-04:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECH' 'sip-files00029.txt'
2d8da513aa7ddb7c154bf99b99dee484
2515a3d31f52e14fee213967e9db4a7286d89d5e
'2012-04-25T15:56:07-04:00'
describe
'39748' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECI' 'sip-files00029thm.jpg'
036eaeddd837c1ea7f72eb6ba2e3b109
e333c9e67eedaac22e0d74a54a5edaab92b2e105
describe
'396507' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECJ' 'sip-files00030.jp2'
c30f148a93a1025142a5bb8c39159470
93a209f734bdf62efb45e8879c975af1622a6ee3
'2012-04-25T15:56:29-04:00'
describe
'359139' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECK' 'sip-files00030.jpg'
492726b59a6fdde1b2cca1ed136947e6
551ad9e9d0762b58ef7ea5446bc2aeacce3bbc26
describe
'24174' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECL' 'sip-files00030.pro'
c8d525e0bb5875d6aa75cb89c8e548f3
1fda28d750ceb227216d8b5363296bac67747c5f
'2012-04-25T15:55:43-04:00'
describe
'117904' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECM' 'sip-files00030.QC.jpg'
736ec49933080115e73515a1c62acddc
64af2fb6ebdf97ecfe0cc8df250c4569d13217d4
'2012-04-25T15:58:07-04:00'
describe
'3181800' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECN' 'sip-files00030.tif'
cb125e6bc79649990411ec44f0a0402a
f052c8e3f05ace9e113f6980bfb23cd29a49ec67
'2012-04-25T15:59:01-04:00'
describe
'1061' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECO' 'sip-files00030.txt'
98c683201906e88af3f546b216016792
9b5ee5fdde0a30ead86dff4c09d4390d9364a946
'2012-04-25T15:55:25-04:00'
describe
'37977' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECP' 'sip-files00030thm.jpg'
aa2b3cfd283fc540adb51bee418dbd57
6009a1eb7d40707c7102df98fe9e0f4c54db030a
describe
'368136' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECQ' 'sip-files00031.jp2'
ff017616d2a7ff21c171d54ff8d7a767
6851ec2ee8c585d56996d641b34326b1565ccaac
'2012-04-25T15:57:58-04:00'
describe
'384878' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECR' 'sip-files00031.jpg'
498deba9447e49081d0aabeb2e09828e
123113673f9ea70d317c462ded7b1bcac6c765d3
describe
'31025' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECS' 'sip-files00031.pro'
4a93560fa6f52d0b9289a76e4f0e4eba
4a2d0f8996ec67a27649ed2b29b543a1fb77f3ca
'2012-04-25T15:56:41-04:00'
describe
'132370' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECT' 'sip-files00031.QC.jpg'
922e038cb0e9ae8581080ddd34d87412
d6bad27107549925cca36f02cf46d0265e64c375
'2012-04-25T15:56:37-04:00'
describe
'2955280' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECU' 'sip-files00031.tif'
ebc60568576284d9c5c36824e52fe8af
3a05dddd69d64ba5bddd151ed317c41692276f7a
describe
'1265' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECV' 'sip-files00031.txt'
ade317cfe11c546afd95a09b53708999
a78cbbb780a4502c6a64716329b998ee538c5290
describe
'41333' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECW' 'sip-files00031thm.jpg'
98410d4eeb9c8ce38be634b38937cbe8
b64ab4191089f3f8bf052cb297732567e127fe8b
describe
'374287' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECX' 'sip-files00032.jp2'
525ed3df9251752d3ac54cecfd810592
aed6c69a3168609053a3521e75c1f836773b753c
'2012-04-25T15:58:05-04:00'
describe
'442520' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECY' 'sip-files00032.jpg'
e7b62b8b1141210b6701808a0b26753e
8ff8dcad83953b8e6f6f8a7e0d08767b86a0c465
describe
'29986' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACECZ' 'sip-files00032.pro'
aa5997d76f20beff975a459bdaf6be8a
9b899757da8338018bdbf80040cf8d6452a9ae02
'2012-04-25T15:58:26-04:00'
describe
'147581' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDA' 'sip-files00032.QC.jpg'
1c8397655c6a304e64f61e59ff908efe
d5fa3154c7d0f0da1942fa4000ea1fbd6ec53c22
describe
'3004732' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDB' 'sip-files00032.tif'
60f5872d0258ac6bb1e7a26f897de17b
778835cae93584307749501d857ba715af543f3b
'2012-04-25T15:59:08-04:00'
describe
'1192' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDC' 'sip-files00032.txt'
49341a15cbd792aee3db509447932475
7197c440db53473094a467fe6e3476e5a6cd6fd8
'2012-04-25T15:56:47-04:00'
describe
'46381' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDD' 'sip-files00032thm.jpg'
fc21bce7578c791759ebdc22a2606c9e
bc7eb7a9af1d5b5524146325585336b95435795e
'2012-04-25T15:56:34-04:00'
describe
'376713' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDE' 'sip-files00033.jp2'
b733561e775f3108df6454f94df5ef21
1d5ad53475795db29f463e045ab92f8729f4c27c
'2012-04-25T15:55:12-04:00'
describe
'381970' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDF' 'sip-files00033.jpg'
ee137f33c27059b6033e55976eba7d8f
ef9857e2e0c2e1716070917efb4b02dc94573ff1
'2012-04-25T15:55:28-04:00'
describe
'30574' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDG' 'sip-files00033.pro'
2501795445cb1766a312eb3c41b41599
58ec4369c7b3046b1a7becf584703c1bc9ee05b0
'2012-04-25T15:55:17-04:00'
describe
'130319' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDH' 'sip-files00033.QC.jpg'
328572193747ba2363d73873e4673b8c
c587434fe42e551ba3c9cc626c00dc01fe9a55d4
describe
'3023636' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDI' 'sip-files00033.tif'
41cf2606f88ada80b86d481674191336
4667191461d38aa87fd17454b8cc74137fb5f9a5
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDJ' 'sip-files00033.txt'
a97a95875d499f6d063d54cbd5b775d6
0f399c579a2bdfe92ba9f1652512005a4dcc1d2f
'2012-04-25T15:57:55-04:00'
describe
'41050' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDK' 'sip-files00033thm.jpg'
15375a491d1296bcda686eb10c46885c
4e46f20e86f9bc0ea237371517ecd203b94d1a6a
describe
'394014' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDL' 'sip-files00034.jp2'
c2c468679d25507dccc33f6be4730127
2c8ec43590dd536980a8146b928c0862703161c2
describe
'415949' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDM' 'sip-files00034.jpg'
c92d07eb1d394f2d7d945e0823e6e08d
5b0a75d26fada775cab377159259079f6923f414
describe
'30938' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDN' 'sip-files00034.pro'
3ee2d37d5a7419d88b77196a52c4bc44
f264c8a595295885eb92d19aca078e0686064ec4
describe
'134026' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDO' 'sip-files00034.QC.jpg'
43fe54cdbb25c1bea391a1d6c5ebbbca
4f9dad0fc678cdde348fb0d40c93e8a6dbac3450
'2012-04-25T15:56:35-04:00'
describe
'3162028' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDP' 'sip-files00034.tif'
f77502c5718b4fad2fb22991ee80da53
ad828d1abc461bc075b7627fce8b262e4ed6c045
'2012-04-25T15:55:23-04:00'
describe
'1235' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDQ' 'sip-files00034.txt'
565c43bc68c48bc9d8e945dc2470ae2f
3cbf7eadf3aa8354111ba78b1af9006a74bb2eb8
describe
'41807' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDR' 'sip-files00034thm.jpg'
02200648676fe67465729593886e75c1
d7a8aa84c001ca7a9a1ece6809ac20562c3f444c
describe
'392889' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDS' 'sip-files00035.jp2'
6772f61c312704b054b959ad42b92aa0
3eb6c5ebf8ce7b74c7ba2db468cec12071ed17a9
'2012-04-25T15:56:31-04:00'
describe
'335392' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDT' 'sip-files00035.jpg'
bc65cf6d3d86aec00985207ab6f6e51b
74d2b9ce7e73104d9e3fb3f77bed672086b4c9e9
describe
'25964' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDU' 'sip-files00035.pro'
2c13f2a53be1a651bfd4dfc3efe18660
077498cd47c998c6528e6541a0147e5aefde999d
'2012-04-25T15:56:05-04:00'
describe
'111179' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDV' 'sip-files00035.QC.jpg'
fc5344eb62ea92b411fa45e1b0a1ad29
01c003f674f73b90b8f67e49ab7c44a4a55a464b
describe
'3152168' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDW' 'sip-files00035.tif'
e0093dfd1a3b938b17e3752dd5941091
a57c52dfeea51c68e0c3f3bf6afc3eeddf905f67
describe
'1071' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDX' 'sip-files00035.txt'
0e679aee10bb475faa590e656c4bbcb9
ae1b5a0eb6918f57693d5d472dd18518ab92d170
'2012-04-25T15:56:45-04:00'
describe
'35412' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDY' 'sip-files00035thm.jpg'
e4229007a5a2f1a6d9d77ad13412aeec
a7804409698b2f5eb47993e5b6e3862887b46693
describe
'1751286' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEDZ' 'sip-files00036.jp2'
ed3da53087a1a874ca50e09c0c3831f3
025738c59457e5d4043dd6e525f4dc98c662dada
describe
'415938' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEA' 'sip-files00036.jpg'
119eeaa26fa0cfa304aa785d3b0dafb4
25b1d30541681b2a98cca82d7ecd7b92dd6da38c
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEB' 'sip-files00036.pro'
64284680bf50434a4eee77b9e69c0500
f67578cba8a30328d22e7efe8c04182758f18779
describe
'139227' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEC' 'sip-files00036.QC.jpg'
890e835cea805058001238edf3145c6f
255d2379a8faae414de5db83d7adb267fad347a4
describe
'14032156' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEED' 'sip-files00036.tif'
b0b49111a68940ec593ed5442d2b8b9c
bbf931815f282c58ae453fa03e5be70f44008afd
'2012-04-25T15:56:21-04:00'
describe
'1103' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEE' 'sip-files00036.txt'
78dae4bcfc8142c4aa932bdeeccbf09d
ebc99b5f1b4fab392d2f7498abfe08e1bdaf2504
describe
'1759512' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEF' 'sip-files00036a.jp2'
b6028a85cc7c19e80ad707b536e9ba23
65c4bc84a8d9bfa1dfa616f9dba7730b59e8fb5b
describe
'316758' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEG' 'sip-files00036a.jpg'
ff42f287dd666fd6fe80d0ad67dd4073
693cd76c103f5a22872a3235b75fe135a1db92fc
describe
'2683' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEH' 'sip-files00036a.pro'
38a225debaf34c6fa6ff3cdd5efd2aa0
e919ad3d3abe71cb5fadb1d3f6ecae793f10a7ed
describe
'99511' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEI' 'sip-files00036a.QC.jpg'
2f8fb7e461b548b27ee689e2941c9464
dd68cf4bd51594134203069f4b0fe1deeaef0381
describe
'42244428' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEJ' 'sip-files00036a.tif'
75fd9a8d9b5b3017f314d21e81c95e48
09ff9623361e5e00ab6a1e5f4a7d710529971935
describe
'338' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEK' 'sip-files00036a.txt'
5de8f4887467878b59d355d1cec758c5
6e23500dbb8d52485f9d975d4459be6deecb6b3a
'2012-04-25T15:58:20-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'39572' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEL' 'sip-files00036athm.jpg'
6d163cab574ae8c5ec3642f804a434ab
5f2b8511e29f29ad6add7b35e8306cc19e04b0b4
describe
'1656422' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEM' 'sip-files00036b.jp2'
f0ff5527f9005ecd2ff181ade4989394
440576e900dc02b737cafb98e1eb4eee42daf725
'2012-04-25T15:57:43-04:00'
describe
'304067' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEN' 'sip-files00036b.jpg'
47f5a5a126b88d49d14b496a175a70e9
d7e1fbb2c688b3252676a900b2d16d6b71ef00ef
'2012-04-25T15:55:09-04:00'
describe
'394' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEO' 'sip-files00036b.pro'
9cadcb73ec6d5a3be5ef2937ef396bfb
98d95fa9016fd0e13af42af87f1fc8af4453673a
describe
'87346' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEP' 'sip-files00036b.QC.jpg'
ddd0acb477bc9760f5e8335ac8bbbb3f
286381000e28bca94285350cd44a0ac854f1123d
describe
'13260504' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEQ' 'sip-files00036b.tif'
5adabbb823703c7e1517a5291a98747a
08985d12c00d1f60a3ee947d88434fc0df3ad155
describe
'130' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEER' 'sip-files00036b.txt'
c28a69d571898b6fb2d7c58f93e543db
4e1c8bd0a12759fbb88b5cc5885b77d5d71a8d2e
'2012-04-25T15:58:58-04:00'
describe
'28715' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEES' 'sip-files00036bthm.jpg'
0d392de9efd7d2dfed44b1f1917aecce
403897b002441c30e5dac81cd358ec97c43d8314
describe
'52406' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEET' 'sip-files00036thm.jpg'
c6df4d3c24524c63131cb48ec0c4e234
272e5531a2720323fc4e4d936dfca9fa44f03102
'2012-04-25T15:58:23-04:00'
describe
'1693878' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEU' 'sip-files00037.jp2'
414cb55bf63bb4c6e68241b02ecf8d85
ccff3c8121e1c38b3e84ac50f48bc6eaf1885eed
describe
'450562' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEV' 'sip-files00037.jpg'
b8ca284931409ffb9cc363604246e4ea
2bd74a98508a910ab2de012339d1ccc1b9013170
describe
'31378' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEW' 'sip-files00037.pro'
4d4fde89f8e6c57617add5e14a79beba
e3f898fb2ac85a339aff5a6f3723d890c1244c99
describe
'157757' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEX' 'sip-files00037.QC.jpg'
df6fcf2bf9e15856ae9fb2838d56bb1f
ddd44a0ddf0466fc0dde74171218199986e29908
describe
'13575220' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEY' 'sip-files00037.tif'
59ccdbb94091fbb647d8d151068b8968
8fdf8cdc5a3452822b54b220f5c8dfac5522caac
'2012-04-25T15:56:56-04:00'
describe
'1289' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEEZ' 'sip-files00037.txt'
6923afd6eeca8434964e8033ebe5fb0b
ec51263b08b664a1634a93386aa8eaa51c997ebb
describe
'57174' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFA' 'sip-files00037thm.jpg'
19ca79c5d2a99b66395ec4a54416ea59
59153578c87fc1d474cd141d91576ac56712f89a
describe
'1699743' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFB' 'sip-files00038.jp2'
6ad98cbc2d189f72991b7c883811d739
d542b2546dc3d111b8031c2ce3c343e8b188bc86
describe
'431785' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFC' 'sip-files00038.jpg'
997cf9d9b8d0705ef0e03b2a394af4b1
05bb5774fb9e868c2675a7561cf8d41e2b4a710c
describe
'29930' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFD' 'sip-files00038.pro'
7d99bc19c9fa778a87f9a32b8e3bfbfa
265050d5055538aa5e76da5837a72eface776c71
'2012-04-25T15:57:57-04:00'
describe
'146842' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFE' 'sip-files00038.QC.jpg'
cbffcc6f3d2ecdfa3b8538990af14b97
85c0a17957bfac0707208f891fb5db6ad6a04279
describe
'13619164' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFF' 'sip-files00038.tif'
1fb6a6219e86418e2e0f1a89b28c45da
d154bfa3b91df306e664d47d1313037121bf985f
'2012-04-25T15:55:56-04:00'
describe
'1193' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFG' 'sip-files00038.txt'
953a228fa95084545f2b94e5c3faa800
fef496aaac2e2da10660f42611ed1526aaa9bbc6
describe
Invalid character
'54922' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFH' 'sip-files00038thm.jpg'
06aaf8ebd9ef9abc0471bd32c72fdfec
e32ea0df17b10b9b9ccbd1f3339a25c520ed9c0c
describe
'1748335' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFI' 'sip-files00039.jp2'
9de444ea9965a4274540a7a42e7fbf8d
333b16011bbe3b59adf988491da09bdb19e6b9ed
'2012-04-25T15:56:40-04:00'
describe
'409125' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFJ' 'sip-files00039.jpg'
0aba04b4fea3f2c8b683e4fda0bad4fd
505938f6507bd915b0c3168f8fa318a0d6e7037e
describe
'28959' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFK' 'sip-files00039.pro'
78be46fc5e9396c00b007cd624a5a38c
cf152e346ba56aa8b4de673de07a764a9fe9e62e
'2012-04-25T15:55:38-04:00'
describe
'139954' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFL' 'sip-files00039.QC.jpg'
b0b90d14f696e60774c089d345575a97
9bcbef00fba1fce58c1f7d4673b9f07518340260
describe
'14007888' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFM' 'sip-files00039.tif'
bd32497b281751c6c613ad9460cac620
80e1eb109258bc7aa10eda17037fc0a062f2c611
'2012-04-25T15:59:10-04:00'
describe
'1199' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFN' 'sip-files00039.txt'
5318bf809d98a64583ab44817153ed84
f89960ece1ea7bfc654b0f2dc6c93386b58c1721
describe
'52144' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFO' 'sip-files00039thm.jpg'
d9d75073d236968c955cdf986cfcd76e
47709c614617767873c3383c6788a44b392661f8
describe
'1699742' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFP' 'sip-files00040.jp2'
c8f96ab1920bfb2cce640fa85c8d027e
3a2bd7843e99e8adb96855088d893aedda604c04
'2012-04-25T15:55:32-04:00'
describe
'407203' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFQ' 'sip-files00040.jpg'
b540a777a96a92e92272809a83675fbd
7e98de9ec4f860179dce2a45ab4c7cf5f4acb541
'2012-04-25T15:56:39-04:00'
describe
'23284' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFR' 'sip-files00040.pro'
6a18eacc8aaccae68458cd24a47d0d50
b406e5977e8ba7d4b60ef1f9b86400223c3afc63
'2012-04-25T15:58:52-04:00'
describe
'139066' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFS' 'sip-files00040.QC.jpg'
2267c4bea511b312e9fd4e560844859a
dfc32aa87191c1540077731092371ae5d0fe1616
describe
'13619300' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFT' 'sip-files00040.tif'
ef3aaad3e99e37d1bb9d5998b89b5d79
fc0acc7e571ddad4972210009e967159cac3b5f9
describe
'956' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFU' 'sip-files00040.txt'
b4c9ed6271d0e4f9873a17d546370253
ba56fc087d58aa69d01fd3b7c57ce22b0632ed12
'2012-04-25T15:58:51-04:00'
describe
'51724' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFV' 'sip-files00040thm.jpg'
a68f98cc4fa40659202df88ecee454db
3c563423ecf022ff738fb79822701e55752c2349
describe
'1748342' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFW' 'sip-files00041.jp2'
3be65e1c1348c0140cf7c88d49d8a625
bf37f8da0975111151e41dcabd80088c2d8d307f
describe
'446136' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFX' 'sip-files00041.jpg'
0d1af1d5692f284351f89a14d7d6f2ce
d09bddfef2b927046afdbc37f38e142a05980ca6
describe
'30784' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFY' 'sip-files00041.pro'
0ea66d64316ae1682cf49329fb11738d
a72fb6e967d45d0b30f53fba7736bb5172c8373f
'2012-04-25T15:57:09-04:00'
describe
'155243' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEFZ' 'sip-files00041.QC.jpg'
4ec4455416c2f25644566e77f895c18d
1042e0038c6a32e47760f565a305b3c66377c67e
describe
'14010804' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGA' 'sip-files00041.tif'
0fa57ec556912dd9f185190c73f70cb3
d248f77b12d863f94fe851b5f052a34a4b91b0b5
describe
'1254' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGB' 'sip-files00041.txt'
4427b29053fd73ff6f972c31eb534b79
b176504774171421afe4e9d7cb0994a7ee1c87db
describe
'56419' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGC' 'sip-files00041thm.jpg'
4525d5953fb32fe43323c005c3778ff2
31883d5434a83a8ffb4d8870c29fe6242bf5721d
describe
'1586632' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGD' 'sip-files00042.jp2'
a54a6f96386584bde5a2a3fb08f529a3
82156c81b34767f0b53cfd394d4a1864449e2bf2
'2012-04-25T15:57:23-04:00'
describe
'432152' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGE' 'sip-files00042.jpg'
278c07bc0e5aef6b92aaff0f612360e1
c23aa2ff13bd45169feb5f5ebd25ec22746c4dc9
'2012-04-25T15:59:00-04:00'
describe
'28360' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGF' 'sip-files00042.pro'
b8f46ede2a12607a23f386f4dfa977db
dfc8c6597a8c9e25b80fcda1b7448a8c42c39906
describe
'148115' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGG' 'sip-files00042.QC.jpg'
ce3fffca3b3027e7c1b217902ee6ead1
81e04e3f2aabc1bd710667fa63f8b11a07dea001
describe
'12714788' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGH' 'sip-files00042.tif'
5d7b83403ffb50cf2b2c3bc894c4f35e
e4cd7f1050dd6e57f634d8513f251593f5e9d472
describe
'1134' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGI' 'sip-files00042.txt'
e09dc3779b04daa39b9c9e1558caa89a
635ba1c51342cc132a3a7f0afd6ae431bc6610da
'2012-04-25T15:56:28-04:00'
describe
'55433' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGJ' 'sip-files00042thm.jpg'
b55369991f12b5167aa77a7f32537e46
c12bdebd901eca1b3ec585ca4987efb27c30130d
describe
'1694201' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGK' 'sip-files00043.jp2'
e8a0170d9337e0b6c12308a3e9311288
4832cccad73aadf18452f03d8fa5c3d625a9cb6e
describe
'407896' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGL' 'sip-files00043.jpg'
7b6201c24237ad1304159b285423478a
11d77049bc7b3c000fb104c8fc7251eb5f97ee45
describe
'28431' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGM' 'sip-files00043.pro'
7c14c2e6e8e76c4bfc537b2a5255be94
f6c86b0381375ed552a4ef61bb0bd79cc95f9a20
describe
'141162' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGN' 'sip-files00043.QC.jpg'
67b6525ceaf0d9e94045394542046c91
9080662208eb73ef2ced3e29bf3f2a9bb555dd9d
describe
'13575204' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGO' 'sip-files00043.tif'
900f3c11a14aa883644b7274688f5c7d
30befc0dd06a3cea53ad98bcb7f8ea64b7713cc7
'2012-04-25T15:57:34-04:00'
describe
'1168' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGP' 'sip-files00043.txt'
1a5bcc0d3ec7972efe633ca9bfcb9bf5
d53d01d05d725aa0094d695f907a4e173c1b8379
describe
'52571' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGQ' 'sip-files00043thm.jpg'
a64d7e225f8d7fcef44fe9b9cf2b69be
bb7215845dfef25cdeaacd1692059d28b8f0b074
describe
'1710826' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGR' 'sip-files00044.jp2'
96a0c29c18d5b755433836c47fb57b2c
49b3d8d389026f6481b7f99618ef2de666bfda95
describe
'436830' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGS' 'sip-files00044.jpg'
cceaf691676d7f3b30ae288ab9aa581f
9ae3238472aad2286c20aba7faae2c48eb531b0a
describe
'28734' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGT' 'sip-files00044.pro'
50e71901a360e894ef5b30370cbcadf1
a948bcc4540f975a141f5219055edfeeade24b18
describe
'152041' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGU' 'sip-files00044.QC.jpg'
17eb889a07ca13de3d17f85d8ea973f6
df288f1cbf47291bc15e05d1050f7eb32793fd6d
describe
'13710008' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGV' 'sip-files00044.tif'
0210334833c1a95eed9e8599b13fb496
7993f55d40b51a055fa10809062d8daeff30fe7e
'2012-04-25T15:57:52-04:00'
describe
'1139' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGW' 'sip-files00044.txt'
c4ea44755b3837d24d830ba3419ce88a
238eebe07d3e1b3d26b4b5c63de38d0b73b78642
describe
'54501' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGX' 'sip-files00044thm.jpg'
fabf9016a8fe5ced68b6abb93e4785ff
0f99514656937169bab65456727b0af92cc8b11b
describe
'1694212' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGY' 'sip-files00045.jp2'
329f02e5c1e1eddbaab6d0228f66128b
e1ed4aae2ffd104b09460d230545aaccaf25d672
describe
'435734' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEGZ' 'sip-files00045.jpg'
2c38e6d84bb2ca3ef5d41ed8b823302f
a1bb8fc36a80a7b41e409e0b2161e3723da9171a
describe
'30165' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHA' 'sip-files00045.pro'
175232b4211a9374cda1c5d405e41292
25077d0d9d785452ff7e1e7ac67f38bacb34eed9
'2012-04-25T15:57:41-04:00'
describe
'153435' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHB' 'sip-files00045.QC.jpg'
e5556c2e2d8139137b8741d535e88ef5
89b7b87e251bb628e3892d924e9434c6463a4f56
describe
'13577496' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHC' 'sip-files00045.tif'
4648cf5984c890844a3a07f88de9ef9c
f03e807459244acc1fb71479c0a24b111fa37c47
'2012-04-25T15:56:18-04:00'
describe
'1236' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHD' 'sip-files00045.txt'
42a7b81aa65ebf72a72b40ba1d3eb7c8
85883aa6fe51afb5899ecea7c05362d81c6550e1
describe
'56371' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHE' 'sip-files00045thm.jpg'
e723b5c77bce63abcbc27eca1b24b0db
de7714d73bb0f191363e14c676c913627e66c888
describe
'1689183' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHF' 'sip-files00046.jp2'
ed4b606f79deaff350ce0f7edf047e97
90c4ec1d3df9d8bfe02edfa8e9fbcf14da139f1d
describe
'436095' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHG' 'sip-files00046.jpg'
3cf588494258ed276971eccbda89e7fa
fafb046241c6eb07addf8ff776a6ec6e92eae3de
'2012-04-25T15:55:18-04:00'
describe
'28958' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHH' 'sip-files00046.pro'
f6a283b5d11d2bfa9e6267903e77c432
e63b57aa267e198aafcb95502911833e35a0c87a
'2012-04-25T15:56:25-04:00'
describe
'146680' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHI' 'sip-files00046.QC.jpg'
f732dbfc69efc6a7f1c68944e5588dcb
69f506f4ecf09ace5e3ac479db35a708c740c5a5
describe
'13534640' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHJ' 'sip-files00046.tif'
77b6c1ec844dd4496b4e32a069f14acc
567cd0d585faefec9623d25addf7e0de5803b4a4
'2012-04-25T15:57:03-04:00'
describe
'1160' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHK' 'sip-files00046.txt'
219fb5cef2faf9f58b7db09a87750175
fe695ccf6cd623b333e708500165c41f4876c566
'2012-04-25T15:56:55-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'53468' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHL' 'sip-files00046thm.jpg'
f663399af81d956df39d58b6ddad127d
e97ef1164ec99203fe36cd39a6a83d80518ef0bc
describe
'1683746' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHM' 'sip-files00047.jp2'
2365718522ffe6544756674c4370f777
055f1c2cd26eb97e6b93514825dcf30da6a0089a
describe
'370161' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHN' 'sip-files00047.jpg'
d52276afdb35503bae03c934e9b08b07
17fff522093c7113fd12ec3241f7c6aa07ccea51
describe
'20654' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHO' 'sip-files00047.pro'
2070c9d1577fe94828d26c8c34fc3166
dc213fef3836039e55e57d27fa5e3479af508791
'2012-04-25T15:57:16-04:00'
describe
'124645' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHP' 'sip-files00047.QC.jpg'
95783d127ca72f9bf07d042696af1aea
738971b1689def556721b871622188fe0bf21f45
describe
'13488852' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHQ' 'sip-files00047.tif'
2d58dfdcaf06b9296fd517edc6b27330
b6f2b929d1076e29a737d5e8f6902943619c2b3c
'2012-04-25T15:56:09-04:00'
describe
'914' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHR' 'sip-files00047.txt'
87f1a67c76cc1e1ea5f1810669093e66
4a8f1329d08c23e78841e806e92893b35fda48c7
describe
Invalid character
'46602' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHS' 'sip-files00047thm.jpg'
ceef7e28326e3aec24550f01451ec544
1b2545ddcd88f739798ca7e20cbb857fda0b234b
describe
'1645883' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHT' 'sip-files00048.jp2'
5c3b38f62b3ae264aed819bde90261f6
01f20304e58f9b9dde1c7e04b87593b6803a6029
describe
'399199' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHU' 'sip-files00048.jpg'
09d546be3d40e1d327f7014ee6a1ad0c
e69fd447fdfd9ac7f79eacec8c740c73d6a6efa8
'2012-04-25T15:56:53-04:00'
describe
'24098' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHV' 'sip-files00048.pro'
d831d9c8eee36189e2d45876a69013b3
28ec1ed1cf3d93e11c4cfc90c8c5c3604d99a669
describe
'134651' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHW' 'sip-files00048.QC.jpg'
bb0b1f5fe538cab142827114b14f8b9a
d19797bc3ce3c64260aff2f2b4db43586633e926
'2012-04-25T15:58:32-04:00'
describe
'13186692' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHX' 'sip-files00048.tif'
82250e76e4c6bd3e6fe14a9e3b48770d
d41485356f55bffca3d561c73bb2283de37eade8
'2012-04-25T15:58:09-04:00'
describe
'1114' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHY' 'sip-files00048.txt'
dfeffc09f0ff767a3f14af7b341f54c4
3c32754ff27c778219c2bb3fa28166fa62f16ab1
describe
'49940' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEHZ' 'sip-files00048thm.jpg'
4848962b5be913db04cf49f86992c023
e2873a02d9d2bdc715d01bbc0ffecb21e2e1e01c
describe
'1661754' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIA' 'sip-files00049.jp2'
3804efa55df923465ff79a2f8d03e004
f91549019c2adb2731c9e9d643a0bd7a68faaf9a
describe
'442551' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIB' 'sip-files00049.jpg'
0333693c8444a5c12b2283872f2023a0
e0f63d841f19b435867133d071115ed66e5f25bc
describe
'30790' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIC' 'sip-files00049.pro'
adf79f15bccb75123034ed3899a0b008
5ba28e5d2d4e9a4e5ad715a982aa5fb58e233efa
describe
'155081' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEID' 'sip-files00049.QC.jpg'
94bfa43714152df680c5399d4ed26ead
6eff107f61ccd62f441ec1125feb562813fe2e8d
describe
'13318244' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIE' 'sip-files00049.tif'
d2e0ec5dbc88fea6bbcd08152c1965a8
1890b1b6cbb2f58123b8ca2247e283fb861a4571
describe
'1249' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIF' 'sip-files00049.txt'
761ee4b8ed5ba529f07b69811f6379cc
7a686ad4b6c4667faf8c51014540b459c62bb5f2
describe
'57986' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIG' 'sip-files00049thm.jpg'
bb400fc7caf6435aad5e6d7a77585cc7
0c744329524e25377108381e66d254557df32d35
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIH' 'sip-files00050.jp2'
8117e1ac7560c1366bfc2d096c4f3f2d
0379bdc3e9e3e55ea80778e489045cf1b62a388f
describe
'465590' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEII' 'sip-files00050.jpg'
f3b05f5e63fca8e3d6bc73b1a0798dff
d676b80f503124847408986473c09b785ffe0c76
describe
'30397' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIJ' 'sip-files00050.pro'
5ffa94cf7cf506c2763f640242d9b141
68a59cbd48ddcd584d5e11ad1e5f71c0b60e5d57
describe
'160277' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIK' 'sip-files00050.QC.jpg'
9c0e523752c0e313624d5b9ab06f5212
18b123d79376c439ca750bb35e6b3e7a838e3f99
describe
'13190552' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIL' 'sip-files00050.tif'
85af3f2a169d6ffec6e544d5c023fe69
c8f2a443e8e328760a9f43ded3def13d042842cf
'2012-04-25T15:56:42-04:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIM' 'sip-files00050.txt'
3d796b3407ace8b983c245a9927bb64c
234efd2dcb11fff1c0f38f460594371949fb7b20
describe
'59031' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIN' 'sip-files00050thm.jpg'
79ee1add784803c49b7f2e4f17ce1456
42b3fedf0aaccda682b9bac49aedae58eb6d389b
'2012-04-25T15:56:36-04:00'
describe
'1661806' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIO' 'sip-files00051.jp2'
398bf7abc18c06a29f2317e43a63a835
e824c827d9a0da3ec8c3c7fe5bb87d1de11ba8e6
describe
'446098' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIP' 'sip-files00051.jpg'
e758f6a2c3a3ea933407cfcdadd2961f
9e0b85394a671689cf808c69deca7734519e8441
'2012-04-25T15:56:30-04:00'
describe
'31143' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIQ' 'sip-files00051.pro'
6030f7fdce610563c9428b5d36426f1a
9e507bad3aa663ea560718b9f44d50884ef683c5
describe
'156059' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIR' 'sip-files00051.QC.jpg'
390696357106e9b8a76e3af263b4a093
ccd4929d6f34e19ceb8771f3ffc5f651a3dcf7f2
'2012-04-25T15:58:37-04:00'
describe
'13318696' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIS' 'sip-files00051.tif'
bbedff77db4191393abf281ab5b99a77
b50854d784dd9ffd8fa97b0f0a97dd45321a41f6
describe
'1271' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIT' 'sip-files00051.txt'
db43fe03f773ee166c5e7f1a98ffa851
3b8839e7a4faceeb8418cb5aedf73b3c65e67480
describe
'58555' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIU' 'sip-files00051thm.jpg'
3b5d3846d6ea886567a3cfdb80d2d04b
e5937e629684851cf35c326078dd681b4d0514f2
describe
'1645852' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIV' 'sip-files00052.jp2'
5dfd71261f1ad6418d980d789cdbabcf
f3a6e3807d4ea9fc73d6fa832cdae8bae59d1382
describe
'409189' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIW' 'sip-files00052.jpg'
eeffe20657d215b713737b97fa1e1df6
5b8cc59005c32833df27024c99e503c38b2c548a
describe
'10411' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIX' 'sip-files00052.pro'
b7637832ed095503a68031bb7358b829
fb41df35fe2028147a8107493d93031f93d9529c
describe
'132034' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIY' 'sip-files00052.QC.jpg'
015b14ddff834dbc2b616359f8761d18
75c7d898933ebe7e3f5b335783b39443ca6ffdcc
'2012-04-25T15:59:06-04:00'
describe
'13185064' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEIZ' 'sip-files00052.tif'
c4e6d3c266a006951fb47a2862978f41
55fd70c8ad683a170e6a9b5e0e541517148ab815
describe
'485' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJA' 'sip-files00052.txt'
e150750695af40a4a3da5927de111524
941f0bca4739fede02e1550ac9f8cd2bba2fb6bc
describe
'47718' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJB' 'sip-files00052thm.jpg'
9f5f0d747b54b0a42b2166f7fa6b3ade
d00b83c0f5c19638e1c1952fe2934565e5bf0e28
describe
'1661780' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJC' 'sip-files00053.jp2'
5e6545277efd14d6d73620ea60163265
9908932f943ab26e5751ee0e04df42bafe21fb5f
describe
'417531' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJD' 'sip-files00053.jpg'
fdd51795661ae092cbf57f1f08e691d5
9dbcc66690406b8dafd55ffbe1ce3ad92dc6bd9d
'2012-04-25T15:56:33-04:00'
describe
'26098' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJE' 'sip-files00053.pro'
6f710eb24bd0208b29c87044b56b22da
c3bfb648e5406c78e4217ee75a617aab550501c2
describe
'144791' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJF' 'sip-files00053.QC.jpg'
6d4503ae8e1d62b20896c5e543f6b164
67fffa91044a21d8296700a8a10e4f8908fd9563
describe
'13316860' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJG' 'sip-files00053.tif'
63da29d57fcb1b4052490d073c3b8b5f
f65870c830acb5163de1f7d44c8000b9a4ea392f
describe
'1039' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJH' 'sip-files00053.txt'
009b41684a1be7dcff7fe6e7754fb15d
f486d709aaf0506096ae90cdd759550205353731
'2012-04-25T15:58:19-04:00'
describe
'53916' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJI' 'sip-files00053thm.jpg'
f9ddc76a1dcdf8d8d389a36f6b9a5f95
a72b90bcbea4446976308cca7fc28c5ba233b280
describe
'1667531' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJJ' 'sip-files00054.jp2'
35b3fb2e4792bdb1958e50d786b53bf6
902bb95336aa65b53f66b1ebf9b9921afc950964
describe
'424845' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJK' 'sip-files00054.jpg'
b3171b85c0aa1d68fbd3f524ce806e5f
a78872e885843fc50ded8e2c3eaa74df166beffa
describe
'25035' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJL' 'sip-files00054.pro'
9efac73f8defdeee273443cd2abeb76a
647fded619c73bfa80d013e3216c3aac55990660
describe
'145214' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJM' 'sip-files00054.QC.jpg'
4f839c64361ea9152721c747ae02bbd7
34a60a8348adb51930d0e8a0c93466e7713c5bb9
'2012-04-25T15:56:02-04:00'
describe
'13361044' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJN' 'sip-files00054.tif'
23b69b1802230650b1a2fc5811b44a24
093c7b0d25e493831bc861db46c094ac1a96924b
'2012-04-25T15:58:21-04:00'
describe
'1006' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJO' 'sip-files00054.txt'
db1ee983073ecfe2f8e79f723fec8153
6ba541b4eae01ba2a2a09c0e4f52653e19b74fcf
describe
'52665' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJP' 'sip-files00054thm.jpg'
155f47ae2b7a66d35b8c47e1e3de6116
beab03101f1e7e025a4f828025d0aac70f5c932e
describe
'1640366' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJQ' 'sip-files00055.jp2'
6c4017cabcad3bbd3a40d161295a108c
bf43cc633fc22b9710dd87b33439dbe07dc05267
describe
'430908' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJR' 'sip-files00055.jpg'
baadd7e889749388970006f26e2b9203
a9521e42a64b25f88ab08fe2fad551ccd510258e
describe
'28551' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJS' 'sip-files00055.pro'
82c73c39f4c387ee08aa591050ccd40f
fd3fe7127bacb020dab65834dc369b50a6d88527
'2012-04-25T15:58:29-04:00'
describe
'152469' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJT' 'sip-files00055.QC.jpg'
07a1e61ff4bf4da1127a48bc841debcc
be4fc44b77af6d3d592b1e762df3e66613393ae6
describe
'13145680' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJU' 'sip-files00055.tif'
eac34f6a1fb1d8ac69843cc469e8efbe
495c941f2d26f35c1cb319068c125136db20e1e7
describe
'1169' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJV' 'sip-files00055.txt'
7badea98752cc582793d36b0c70bbc40
d4de805aba45af96b5501538eb937a85a4d3b285
describe
'55886' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJW' 'sip-files00055thm.jpg'
3e3d41fda153055b2e92305650de1f54
33cfec2d25057a14927956e41b6c41217a8da4c9
'2012-04-25T15:57:51-04:00'
describe
'1667508' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJX' 'sip-files00056.jp2'
898d6ef5c50de7f438f0db86f4d22aa6
38dd8ad7535a470e7c6d244db920d5c993e42dcf
describe
'461152' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJY' 'sip-files00056.jpg'
23514fd052901c384064cffc688d58d5
cd0d11693154b901853694b15f5df91a44b00687
describe
'30927' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEJZ' 'sip-files00056.pro'
579224639aee334046815bb7fcf8a323
9279fdb661fb0b4e2e3913d4ae5ede5d4da6998b
describe
'159642' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKA' 'sip-files00056.QC.jpg'
a180b62e366fd4f7f401177a02e5c135
300d86664dd635eb94375a28001d4a8944ff00c6
describe
'13363648' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKB' 'sip-files00056.tif'
ed3948f9af1c54f7bda753e2b9b66e7c
513343ac0e4056ecae764fd90d4378d12e83c26b
describe
'1224' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKC' 'sip-files00056.txt'
b191f302ff2af02eb0facb3f68484642
1c3025602e52f2e933991df6f75ee3d872496035
describe
'56657' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKD' 'sip-files00056thm.jpg'
194a563648e1ba2817a6f3a97b70f2f3
fa78438be0b49ee864a9fa84c99bdb736d5162ba
describe
'1640356' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKE' 'sip-files00057.jp2'
ffd94cf5bd0edb3e8012466c28228242
65ab0a250ba8c95418af0a34d6fb0ab3bca34063
describe
'437793' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKF' 'sip-files00057.jpg'
3c5fc736940fda30e9f8416b3d0594bd
88d5a0860c2301f14ee74a1253aa6a5ef5332aac
describe
'28788' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKG' 'sip-files00057.pro'
2f45d5edc3440cb41fdcb664c42ec02e
d4b96874a05be8f77b3ec4e6077082c046807d5b
describe
'152861' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKH' 'sip-files00057.QC.jpg'
36b185184174b9f468b9293130b54dfd
2d3ca52eafcb50de1265c1e64a716ae4f5c3df4d
describe
'13146180' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKI' 'sip-files00057.tif'
ede0b45d74b16f5fd091f57504d9dfcf
ca093ba7003c50e67937ee61ab9e51bb80a7aa88
'2012-04-25T15:57:05-04:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKJ' 'sip-files00057.txt'
1b4b8141766cadbd399f1fa2bd1dbe2f
5039dd30e83ea53a00f7968a4a84f7c6d1bd0fb1
describe
'56610' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKK' 'sip-files00057thm.jpg'
264fc98d9a0c16f202c0a4edd66684bc
8eade4212579879b3101831e793ba066cd98f147
describe
'1667535' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKL' 'sip-files00058.jp2'
4f198ca81de010235540c57ff61b48ed
841e26abafffe7c7e038564bfa970185a2a3d018
describe
'460303' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKM' 'sip-files00058.jpg'
09bf9aa105e078fbc76d10b0b766c519
99a28bc4bfc441f476d6bb65ab01a4978eb03be7
describe
'30674' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKN' 'sip-files00058.pro'
7ebc309ca947a81848c78146b511705e
f5dac2ba2ebd7e39e6e7691708350a046e9b6cd0
describe
'158789' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKO' 'sip-files00058.QC.jpg'
e28cce1143536a79c63ee806912c7b20
a6a5c622525cc90b01753d213f324e9b08afe060
describe
'13363268' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKP' 'sip-files00058.tif'
10f4f618d0703520ed1b36e327a986e1
efc9641c753ec4c993d8306116975ed33b12dff9
describe
'1260' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKQ' 'sip-files00058.txt'
c186b5661b3310c1340729dd960078a9
6adbf970935cf04f05adf09104d5d2737ef3f243
describe
'56175' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKR' 'sip-files00058thm.jpg'
f7bb99015f17087f191cd52478383276
8a5b03f3b43973841ca51d7c3ee867b8a9c3941b
describe
'1640338' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKS' 'sip-files00059.jp2'
5e1441bc4998d7f43033f0bed332def9
6a1ffe36c085023bb6eddc6d2fab5ebb4b6a451c
describe
'415340' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKT' 'sip-files00059.jpg'
537827f972bdb015526020b7a6fd134e
9a190500c8d6ec9ecbb8c4c1fce2023a5511c80e
describe
'26003' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKU' 'sip-files00059.pro'
d160f7bf2d0bd32fbe41e0d8b333bdff
e7f257fba3b613421183f761b1ff4dcb7db99edd
describe
'144564' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKV' 'sip-files00059.QC.jpg'
e57dbe69926ebbbc0150e4a4e217dffc
d11873d5f1ab9a6f7ba9011ecd9a6a0f0425a6bd
describe
'13143808' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKW' 'sip-files00059.tif'
4dc85b100feef75a5c43af10a880de04
038995d0f977cd9a34c924a628e6758fc836fe93
describe
'1030' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKX' 'sip-files00059.txt'
2f380da48166c3c71e820b064a281ba0
72bc79d578e58f501c0229d417bf83964f16a771
describe
'51500' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKY' 'sip-files00059thm.jpg'
31cbeb9e881d7561924f89a045dc4a1b
73667c515dd49efb3639b57a1f8da4c7269b478a
describe
'1667526' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEKZ' 'sip-files00060.jp2'
932535fed88d987dcb43151b55ef5aea
cf813d8956f24ebdceaf6d06d45f1b66f9bc80fe
'2012-04-25T15:55:08-04:00'
describe
'424278' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELA' 'sip-files00060.jpg'
c63f756a6ab82c8743922d3b108d5ec6
83614da43de0e09579032fc067da480c34cf46b6
describe
'21671' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELB' 'sip-files00060.pro'
ac7fea9d797898b43310fda76644616a
6eed8e78d58c3b6d5ce4e62e18f8a5c3b256e144
describe
'140331' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELC' 'sip-files00060.QC.jpg'
62019b418d83362bdd0fc07c4bd62353
548e02ec87f451f4b07e4650317f6e7131e6dc7f
'2012-04-25T15:58:34-04:00'
describe
'13360548' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELD' 'sip-files00060.tif'
08f374569bff5e317a6d25fc8f82a89d
266be75c655ca13c0dd634526b9c8665a1ed5d35
describe
'884' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELE' 'sip-files00060.txt'
a6a8e43851ee84cb554d82d08d197469
7b6c9b7e71e44130467f9e23e17c5dc1b08947b6
describe
'1640336' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELF' 'sip-files00060a.jp2'
bb73f2af85f1fb9bf12a23dcf1dd63b0
73b50b660ed6ef91d13023eaf96f9c3dab932793
'2012-04-25T15:58:13-04:00'
describe
'355585' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELG' 'sip-files00060a.jpg'
ee6de67b9e77cd938bed44e53b31543b
cb45995705d0e1bd4cb121aa7fcd9864073490c3
describe
'377' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELH' 'sip-files00060a.pro'
a1a359adb1facb15cda8dc97ed6228b5
0f35f851600bc2e7ebfc2fb7da217093089caf63
describe
'111686' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELI' 'sip-files00060a.QC.jpg'
24d48f7a7287ade66913b89ed4e395e2
027cb0d8b82fc4cac6d5bceab2e90f5bb1bef61f
describe
'39387568' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELJ' 'sip-files00060a.tif'
3609f0daac7e5369c8593cac2c8814ce
d1cd8cea15465e22664b619b8d9fd8f563b9d5b4
describe
'53' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELK' 'sip-files00060a.txt'
670cf9a1e1fb0ff9c64de6aad8f033f6
2c579043b94f8851d8cd1cede58db845eb56a41a
describe
'44181' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELL' 'sip-files00060athm.jpg'
c25936dffb3a71443cb7dd54a476feca
a57d06e4b3b3206a5a64d7b6ff18c94baedfb122
describe
'1624230' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELM' 'sip-files00060b.jp2'
019fb16aabd49aa4f6c207418d82ab4d
bf6b377fbe2e4fdf37c2feb854090c7e38dfc1a2
describe
'340564' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELN' 'sip-files00060b.jpg'
b77ca6bbc6ead86ae5b6792c799c94f0
eb232a89febddd1df314923e3120bd78b90045d1
'2012-04-25T15:56:46-04:00'
describe
'8044' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELO' 'sip-files00060b.pro'
7134d67dda9489afc1122004324446de
e496638666af1374321a4dcb1917abbfb4c3a56e
describe
'97255' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELP' 'sip-files00060b.QC.jpg'
8b3fa519967df94045285b9a13ba4f37
0c0345aa6fcdf8bbafb4cea439cb6e6d55b0b168
describe
'13003712' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELQ' 'sip-files00060b.tif'
b615163bf1e6a925c069acaa6a54ce1e
b0300984eca33242ee4f2d90e14ebeab08aa13cf
'2012-04-25T15:57:59-04:00'
describe
'522' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELR' 'sip-files00060b.txt'
855c6cfc2f25b88d1ccad6db95c6497c
d63ea697b4471473f447f2be93df79a71d8465d6
describe
'31943' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELS' 'sip-files00060bthm.jpg'
8ad7f0c39289910b0efb2394d30b9bd9
380be77776382a7f4f8061cd068bd32473d7d3e8
describe
'51171' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELT' 'sip-files00060thm.jpg'
908f86bb47e357509e4b2a81020833d6
116e7133f8c61cc7ed9a5bb0a3253be33822e934
describe
'1629372' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELU' 'sip-files00061.jp2'
528edc680303c7a03200474419012a94
4951f984c0d414b27d27dba8e574b89460ada705
'2012-04-25T15:59:09-04:00'
describe
'460363' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELV' 'sip-files00061.jpg'
4a16d6d6017d0570d28935507a5c3501
3ebd76a5e40b3683dac83b25dca2819d6cd8db5b
describe
'29959' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELW' 'sip-files00061.pro'
7457d633dbe0f572494e4ec40771a886
e3d953f2525f4da854c099d875f3128e8686d400
describe
'156521' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELX' 'sip-files00061.QC.jpg'
398ffc2c0dc44c84885cdcc8660e8098
283d1c75c38312a24fe7a40d78a9a297436e5cc3
describe
'13058988' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELY' 'sip-files00061.tif'
229502339ca337b5877870459bfa33c6
4229d6db946a5e640ba410e1b0a5be55ef509797
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACELZ' 'sip-files00061.txt'
d67c84a3e2a70a7b9157ffa1ec8f3677
70815d92e6bea1e8e4d9d712a02e22614ce5bd65
describe
'58606' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMA' 'sip-files00061thm.jpg'
02a3fa573aba739d490f4e26fd400092
7031375fa6ecb9710c55ae9d981a03b7d0c6d074
describe
'1645316' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMB' 'sip-files00062.jp2'
dc11684004dc3f2abba554faa66ece29
4ff996d55dffeeb0f6318b43ea5e18ac7e5c110d
describe
'468004' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMC' 'sip-files00062.jpg'
4d0b044589e0ae2e7c5d85dec546e639
132fe31d346686a36c6bf7c45d8010ba813611b2
describe
'30782' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMD' 'sip-files00062.pro'
d8c926bc9b297bfed87fceb119167354
faa1bcc086ff99e0f747469bfa0ed485b37cd5e1
describe
'162290' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEME' 'sip-files00062.QC.jpg'
4301f15b49b197e31d1a2b6a2b68090e
e496dbc2c58c2734a78ba04e6fc7629914ad83a3
describe
'13186472' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMF' 'sip-files00062.tif'
c2d29285f4a7541773eefe5c68dbd403
e866e7721b2429dba207c1a2907aaad26144c83c
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMG' 'sip-files00062.txt'
875c861581ef53842e5afa0cf962a2bb
27d12d05c91ace279130222e8f9936c363a0df11
describe
'57893' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMH' 'sip-files00062thm.jpg'
37755fc2f9edac74c8cc04b1e2f03e05
8a18d4715d479562904ee53e5f097addb520769c
describe
'1629385' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMI' 'sip-files00063.jp2'
b06b1b21e1a3c1872320b9f9a0a1163f
a80753df276d503ab934580700c7113cc35c22db
describe
'449498' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMJ' 'sip-files00063.jpg'
f132d79facf447abdf255551d2928556
1cc2d264da3e57af90048eeadb1887b504216088
describe
'30283' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMK' 'sip-files00063.pro'
758eb2f0f0ab520e7e47cc31ce8c4a9d
abb21f63e19a64f52803987f76fcfc8938d73eeb
describe
'159262' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEML' 'sip-files00063.QC.jpg'
65d35cc68314b58da60804e3ff7c8778
15ec982655dae6dbf3bab64bca867702c32d3450
describe
'13059380' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMM' 'sip-files00063.tif'
19ef4c43d1a198b644eb06aa2c7649f0
1ff07956e21fa4fe3380502ed931b2d827dce71e
'2012-04-25T15:57:24-04:00'
describe
'1240' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMN' 'sip-files00063.txt'
f4bc74e821725684dea5296884acb845
3c41ca9e1bd10a1e33e7d33cafe379ea3be939cb
'2012-04-25T15:57:36-04:00'
describe
'58660' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMO' 'sip-files00063thm.jpg'
fe9a73c21cbee304d6340960690370f6
2d45b63532a6ed9b52a7c2a2e485efc72638d17e
describe
'1645353' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMP' 'sip-files00064.jp2'
df92ec9c153ab0e1c7dc51448ce797c9
69c5862d73f7df6bec20296be0577e5830c770b7
describe
'455651' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMQ' 'sip-files00064.jpg'
e83879a6bcea78ebf7dc44f9a0fe5167
52e343369b43be3552610afa0251e6a61ca177ca
describe
'29312' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMR' 'sip-files00064.pro'
7087bfeb2dbe3b8a2969d88ae447c6d6
aacac53e458bf6a6baf0466f3ccabfff535b1e21
describe
'156572' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMS' 'sip-files00064.QC.jpg'
74a9751a37943ca505b88422344bcf48
9acada1aa47a4c4431c2619606d30790932c9303
describe
'13185632' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMT' 'sip-files00064.tif'
db66f2b538a72aaac339a60fc4a76721
b44f3c7e592dc708476d75b22d841f8992a9b344
'2012-04-25T15:58:14-04:00'
describe
'1171' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMU' 'sip-files00064.txt'
9a41d8945eb7efaa5457e330f36d6ac4
b63a03a17fe8edd0ab44f38fd1bf1d4ed6530cea
describe
'57934' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMV' 'sip-files00064thm.jpg'
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describe
'1629384' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMW' 'sip-files00065.jp2'
ad51575a32c1008f755fa58aa3c2dcb0
1f6e7d76b622740bbbbb587776a6e7c0033bed41
describe
'442242' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMX' 'sip-files00065.jpg'
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describe
'30578' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMY' 'sip-files00065.pro'
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bc290afac93bee465a2bc48b63c904eb264ed14c
describe
'156796' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEMZ' 'sip-files00065.QC.jpg'
bdce6300b9f3c0f63383e86ab09c66ca
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describe
'13058836' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENA' 'sip-files00065.tif'
3e482dd5182a42c86fa6ddde4449f30b
64eb5b8aba4675bbf740dd1e897717aa6ac74f1b
describe
'1245' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENB' 'sip-files00065.txt'
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b269e91102dbeb5fbd7cae7ed97e5fa3f5b0740a
describe
'58562' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENC' 'sip-files00065thm.jpg'
4d3fd738f2e6e0ad2055624698756ade
7e1d99f46c66cf5f5fe699a0178b092f4c35ff9a
'2012-04-25T15:56:43-04:00'
describe
'1645329' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEND' 'sip-files00066.jp2'
e9de3f04a181b631e4ce16453e7fc724
37d7bfcec50fd1740bc4a293ec5847cfb5bbf16b
describe
'385980' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENE' 'sip-files00066.jpg'
492cc2ca2bfe390c49dd463ac415516f
35768e5ea09f26e0d44825e93deb16d468ae6efb
describe
'20044' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENF' 'sip-files00066.pro'
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996fbd86f4ed46263aceba731af1b6961fb6f4d5
describe
'130013' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENG' 'sip-files00066.QC.jpg'
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c35e1a82b2d890ee5c0971094fb252d4f854242f
describe
'13181772' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENH' 'sip-files00066.tif'
7185c90c452870a5c783f833f9a2dde5
7ccfe1723433ea1dbb72409a32618e6c5b2a3311
describe
'870' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENI' 'sip-files00066.txt'
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describe
'49640' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENJ' 'sip-files00066thm.jpg'
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describe
'1629379' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENK' 'sip-files00067.jp2'
c6e34f5ae4b7010e9ed964a8fb917979
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describe
'457778' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENL' 'sip-files00067.jpg'
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describe
'31562' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENM' 'sip-files00067.pro'
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d968abd8cfd76959d3536bd3359c2b8c1f3200fd
describe
'160385' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENN' 'sip-files00067.QC.jpg'
08534c700c1ad108f64a3bd7aa16143d
8666ee6d43b66c5ee39e8d0a90dfd04ccb1ce49f
describe
'13059192' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENO' 'sip-files00067.tif'
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describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENP' 'sip-files00067.txt'
5dbe809a8e9224eee3ee5f675f0bd9b5
0ff6e7a5d2452e75497eba3dcc4072b5b6a78ed0
describe
'58524' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENQ' 'sip-files00067thm.jpg'
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describe
'1645351' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENR' 'sip-files00068.jp2'
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describe
'459073' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENS' 'sip-files00068.jpg'
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31306f99be8ef6f40971999887592f6b515e40ae
describe
'30396' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENT' 'sip-files00068.pro'
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describe
'158488' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENU' 'sip-files00068.QC.jpg'
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describe
'13186060' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENV' 'sip-files00068.tif'
a94aa2cb756c74c6afcc3a90f31a57af
403c2d03feb9e85c6b3756c6db7cc2330e1c5808
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENW' 'sip-files00068.txt'
359ecbbb85e3fd38532ac0ab9d42133a
c257eb55cde2fe639e1c6db1dd631619afed9ae7
describe
'57823' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENX' 'sip-files00068thm.jpg'
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2e7a9864250df9240b50c5cfd8c91d3636a96246
describe
'1629377' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENY' 'sip-files00069.jp2'
4209e722164e424de5850357fd0bdc96
0e8e63374b958946228fe775090ffc1dac49e26e
describe
'451726' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACENZ' 'sip-files00069.jpg'
475681fc7cbdce69d169595c3d568316
a42835a4fa890680f0af8f0771a3afdcd9d6b735
describe
'31639' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOA' 'sip-files00069.pro'
ab0a7a5b0dc8d19ef37df5ee60adb734
ebba1dd4e99c5f1a7f4466d24156a9f65e35db14
describe
'157010' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOB' 'sip-files00069.QC.jpg'
106006055141d4fafca9077575e72526
75413c501f05947346599d51a636643ea7dfd124
describe
'13058640' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOC' 'sip-files00069.tif'
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72f38d47c9a3d40736379f34d9c35fdb255b3977
describe
'1290' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOD' 'sip-files00069.txt'
a659d7fd4f0a6903e4bb82da587f9155
ed9a41bf9b7aa149d2b5e9e52264f8daaac468ba
describe
'58240' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOE' 'sip-files00069thm.jpg'
4744b17d82c561e8853619a8a70f5630
758c134832e1ee8312cc961899aae35e9a4cb35d
describe
'1645324' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOF' 'sip-files00070.jp2'
6decc75fa53da9338b3b62f17e00be1b
3a38e7601910e243b0d0c11b6a64b3516579c630
describe
'453269' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOG' 'sip-files00070.jpg'
d5b990c6b9db2b258d8655a4525a2b63
f8035ccf4a0deb3194e915ebca3952f156e2c900
describe
'29950' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOH' 'sip-files00070.pro'
b3036991ba94756f7fbc3acf7cd61d48
3d0367012b86898a95ae4cc6728d19c8cc40156c
describe
'157095' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOI' 'sip-files00070.QC.jpg'
272b8fc4d1c6a0863d9b3182ae98ea21
689cd42309516d83a03f39d688347a9f12873263
'2012-04-25T15:56:08-04:00'
describe
'13185248' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOJ' 'sip-files00070.tif'
eddfd6487573ede42a69d6e707fbe433
3f1108457bfcc0fb04cb67bd9345c958cd82303c
describe
'1181' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOK' 'sip-files00070.txt'
5a1ee0af534c1cbcc42e3b0bad60bfb8
0f947cccde46ab12ba67c60f69c674dfa4a81cf6
describe
'56450' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOL' 'sip-files00070thm.jpg'
fa999ca0760873644c1e4f6c4d5b456b
6fadaca589a5843f8fd7b7405f08d8f701a4dedd
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOM' 'sip-files00071.jp2'
cb3c3b1d25a2fc1c0b04f8445e7d5808
d2fb74c3a5bd29a722505dd979d1f91359a865b3
describe
'405845' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEON' 'sip-files00071.jpg'
9b39a2556e070bd893a6a87c923ea791
bf32c58ce4468ecf1b9038552c0b66c9645330f9
describe
'27191' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOO' 'sip-files00071.pro'
b53015e3af09026878213fd416ed164d
3f364b1b3b7033bc58d816faedafa1f805a0b3c7
describe
'139516' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOP' 'sip-files00071.QC.jpg'
d57fb09804e4185764f009cf2a4c184b
2682328624d1a6ef3aa187717394a74c6dcbc77f
describe
'13055872' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOQ' 'sip-files00071.tif'
a2460ed2039204804137891ef747ec2b
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describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOR' 'sip-files00071.txt'
7f9ef5b97a968d6ab94d8d8bdd265ea8
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describe
'52611' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOS' 'sip-files00071thm.jpg'
ad4a1c210e8f3420dbc482adf4636649
1ddd935653dcee7cca46774ba6164098b8af503c
describe
'1542807' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOT' 'sip-files00072.jp2'
d2b35cc82a4b2251acc4d6eb9a5335a2
5c325ee23873d45e6e890f9c56bdbb69a614b665
describe
'433167' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOU' 'sip-files00072.jpg'
a3ddd289adb228121a972c038120a38a
03f187a12ff3b5e435ea06549cd631738bedde77
describe
'26642' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOV' 'sip-files00072.pro'
c12267a174ea4bc686c73f34a61fc66b
ba1dc06e9b7f3f2f40b03fbb3a17a196fbec5067
describe
'150845' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOW' 'sip-files00072.QC.jpg'
6670602602b2651f372a703407a639a1
832f01aab15cff446925e1ccd6f6481a17e153ef
describe
'12365968' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOX' 'sip-files00072.tif'
fd9666130dd1da0f4040b8500d84b91d
1e178cad942702b40d41edd2c61bd1e6a83a9b9c
'2012-04-25T15:57:28-04:00'
describe
'1101' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOY' 'sip-files00072.txt'
5c1c983c68ab916a17019e19ed11046d
38bcf35d2606347ea3823fc7950d0ac5bf7fe5b5
describe
'56307' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEOZ' 'sip-files00072thm.jpg'
cae3d61fd1c961e0bdc42bd62d5a33c6
5570080407f40811ce497489e11fb4cdc1a01993
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPA' 'sip-files00073.jp2'
dc130dc40cd27004d47feb4ca43c4c29
bc6efd191cb73947bbd519ce8d5b6c50a50be4da
describe
'443161' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPB' 'sip-files00073.jpg'
73075583447c84699e9c241bcafd5afa
48b177bf71be44ba7e09551acd04f4b05dd8f1eb
describe
'29272' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPC' 'sip-files00073.pro'
f744ad255910ae862e0f656d7edb4e3a
f3555326fbf0cf33887e99e43c4f2006a51e314f
describe
'152836' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPD' 'sip-files00073.QC.jpg'
9808ea9345cf94bc47fba92c228d2804
61400ef821acf134153204eedecb3917002a16d6
describe
'13058444' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPE' 'sip-files00073.tif'
178035a0cb8da61a1b23a7f6e0b56482
1edf666ec9fcb8bb3cfcfbd36d1f2c9747a9b1e6
describe
'1204' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPF' 'sip-files00073.txt'
514850612eeee1dd6342f0216ff26700
13994fd3d71b0a31867d4ec28256a7d0e68f1faf
'2012-04-25T15:57:06-04:00'
describe
'57035' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPG' 'sip-files00073thm.jpg'
80da0153e194b93c3eda185cd4aefcc6
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describe
'1645359' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPH' 'sip-files00074.jp2'
1eaea656eea602ebc543d8b044787cbd
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describe
'445191' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPI' 'sip-files00074.jpg'
9fbcccdf949751533465bb05dafb5286
0e403668c25dfbef7e7175cf29cd12b20e88d0fb
describe
'28451' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPJ' 'sip-files00074.pro'
5b19cfacb26c03d34ed2f5f65a98b269
10ab4329554a4fd8ee7620f264a63a9b24e87ecd
describe
'153198' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPK' 'sip-files00074.QC.jpg'
171db2f5f31d3d1118c15d7a43ac58d0
3b1b24c825314e36c1886b4a68feefad4ecd6ca2
describe
'13185008' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPL' 'sip-files00074.tif'
e424016c523ffbe8bc0cacc39565e4c7
399f18d479bae2660326cf2ca5bf02022736c4d2
describe
'1132' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPM' 'sip-files00074.txt'
699f13b5c871823aebb4311f4017c718
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describe
'55940' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPN' 'sip-files00074thm.jpg'
3f581cd420b1c648cb2e419d356c915d
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describe
'1629328' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPO' 'sip-files00075.jp2'
95ae241ac0b668b7d7bb27cfd5ddb94d
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describe
'431092' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPP' 'sip-files00075.jpg'
cdaaaa548ce600ef5fa8898c13a10454
197871855c0e3de3e3b8f2f53c1cca1876b9eaa0
describe
'28435' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPQ' 'sip-files00075.pro'
9b9023d0cc8451218cb9f6da58caee8a
cf796239abfd4e63f1c82f2b6f6d8b762bb64115
describe
'152478' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPR' 'sip-files00075.QC.jpg'
25c4dd051f7a92702577a8902569a002
88b0a247a70ad8f551c1ea71ec8b6d8fd90d2675
describe
'13057876' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPS' 'sip-files00075.tif'
05b3fd5d0d0e5a976fecc2037008f5d2
69287232fb8f1aacef4f9f6f5e8dec9b9742829c
'2012-04-25T15:56:57-04:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPT' 'sip-files00075.txt'
4bda2f93feca1ee6568c073ceaf42e86
5066ea95398a80dbc9fe40024e26c30f71c4d456
describe
'56253' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPU' 'sip-files00075thm.jpg'
365850803e95f2548a301128f277c5ea
be39bf36135902910e078a656924c711bce06b08
describe
'1802496' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPV' 'sip-filescover1.jp2'
52859dad648fe41035812790e6ee142f
68cc1a9c399ab3de7269785f0f9a0db298902fe3
describe
'748887' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPW' 'sip-filescover1.jpg'
68072fc56347bbe019b699426b1f963e
0add1e9423ef36adbcf2064a222b2803f69f710c
describe
'1617' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPX' 'sip-filescover1.pro'
dc6607d50d8cf217c8ddc67e1dd28176
c11db41d2f95e4b494d0fee3e7316bed7d170245
describe
'208885' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPY' 'sip-filescover1.QC.jpg'
924b9355f7c7b44eda03fba69c98e1b8
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describe
'43275484' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEPZ' 'sip-filescover1.tif'
4543326e4622a14596ad0dca30a65ef8
9fdd722c0bb579e1801b5d5b33ea92cf6964202b
'2012-04-25T15:55:47-04:00'
describe
'144' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEQA' 'sip-filescover1.txt'
4c5aaf67b80f44711337528bae063ca4
575ed0589edb4f18397bb4d0d88f91aebac7e953
describe
Invalid character
'63252' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEQB' 'sip-filescover1thm.jpg'
756b99f20fdf206f3e6863dc1f0a3061
9df78fe0ca57a959a1291b884a40f80b2456ad6f
describe
'428522' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEQC' 'sip-filescover2.jp2'
dda1eee458e3960e643b46cffeb7662a
614a0f9f268ce17019b0ba2c8120e31febe79ee6
describe
'255178' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEQD' 'sip-filescover2.jpg'
6a9b7dc3bd44d527740e60c5ebc99547
75c18e777b4cec7177cf3df4dc8b6d006e22ca7e
describe
'2529' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEQE' 'sip-filescover2.pro'
07d492ecebd679c236f1377561c0ff74
ede66abc7a49543f8832b27d0599e4a695f49fc8
describe
'75943' 'info:fdaE20091106_AAAAIXfileF20091106_AACEQF' 'sip-filescover2.QC.jpg'
7a5b78c31e94835a2cdaeab997e91424
9c451df76ee06cb8b7fc410a2a9aa0c31a138fc5
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH
MAMMA,

A Wook for berp Hittle Children.

BY

THE AUTHOR OF “A VISIT TO AUNT AGNES,”

LONDON:
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY;
53, PATERNOSTER ROW, 65, ST. PAUL’S CHURCHYARD,
AND 164, PICCADILLY.


LONDON: PRINTED BY W. CLOWES AKD SONS, STAMFORD STREET
AND CHARING CROSS,






SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

Zz,



CHAPTER IL.

SunDAY was a happy day to little Kate and Ernest.
Shall I tell you how they spent it? On Saturday .
evening, just before bed-time, they always helped
their nurse to put away in the nursery cupboard all
their toys and their “week day” Picture Books, and

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

then from a drawer below was taken, first a box of
moveable letters, which Kate and Ernest (or Erny
as he was usually called) were only allowed to use —
on Sunday.

The children were very fond of putting these
letters together so as to form words, and they often
were able to spell a verse from the Bible in this way.

But besides the letter box, in the Sunday drawer
were kept two large Picture Books, with large
coloured pictures of Bible scenes. One of these
belonged to Katie, and the other to Erny, and
there were some smaller books as well, with pretty
Bible stories, and sweet hymns in them. All these
were taken out of the drawer on Saturday night,
and put away again on Sunday night, because if
Katie and Erny had had these letters and books
every day, they would, perhaps, have grown tired of
them, and would have had no fresh books for Sunday.

Then dear mamma always tried to make Sunday
a very happy day to her children; and when they
were not happy, I think it must have been either
when they were not very well, or not very good.

In the morning they went to the house of God
with their papa and mamma, and although they

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

could not know all that was said, yet they tried to
behave well, that they might not disturb other
people. The good minister sometimes spoke to the
children who were present, and then they tried not
to forget what he said, that they might tell mamma
about it by-and-by.

And when all the people knelt in prayer, their
mamma had told them that they could think a little
prayer in their heart, and that, though they did not

» speak, God would hear what their hearts said to him.

Katie and Erny always liked to hear the singing ;
sometimes they almost knew the hymns and tunes,
from hearing them sung very often, and then they
were able to help sing God's praises with their young
voices.

On Sundays they had the pleasure of dining and
taking tea with papa and mamma, instead of in the
nursery, as on other days; and though they were
very fond of nurse, and quite happy with her, this
was a great treat.

But it is about their Sunday afternoons with
mamma that I am going to tell you. Katie and
Erny spent them alone with her. Nurse and all the
other servants but one, went to worship God, and

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

papa went to the ragged school, to teach some poor
little boys who had not any kind fathers or mothers
at home to tell them how the Lord Jesus loves little
children.

Sometimes Katie and Erny read to their mamma
from one of their Sunday story books. Then she
read to them, and they learned a short text, or one
or two verses of a hymn. But what they best liked,
was listening to the stories their mamma told them
from the Bible.

When papa came home, he often had something
to say about the poor little ragged boys in: his class.
L believe Katie and Erny knew almost all their
names, although they had only seen one or two of
them, and they often asked a great many questions
about them at tea-time.

After tea, papa was glad to rest a little, and then
mamma opened the piano, and played and sang with
her children some sweet children’s hymns. They
almost always finished with the one beginning—

“ Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me,
Bless thy little lamb to-night,
Through the darkness be thou near me,
Keep me safe till morning light.”




SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

Then nurse came to call the children to the
nursery, and after a happy talk with her, and kneel-
ing down and thanking God for all his love and care
during the day, and asking him to watch them
through the night, Kate and Ernest were almost
always ready for bed, and soon might be seen fast |
asleep on their little pillows.

CHAPTER IL

‘HERE we are, mamma, quite ready for you,” said
Katie, jumping up from her low seat by the fire,
and running to meet mamma, who just then opened
the drawing-room door.

Very bright and pleasant the room looked; a large
fire was burning brightly in the grate, on the rug in
front of it, little “ Flossy,” the dog, was curled up
fast asleep, on one side of the fire an easy chair was
drawn up ready for mamma, and on the other were
two little chairs, belonging to Kate and Ernest.

“ What did my little darlings do this morning ?”
said mamma, as she took her seat by the fire. The
morning had been very cold and snowy, and as

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

Kate and Ernest had not been quite well, mamma
and nurse had thought it better for them to remain
at home, instead of going out as usual.

“Oh, mamma, we made such a long text with our
letters,” said Erny.

“Yes, mamma, but nurse helped us a little,” added
‘Katie.

“What was the verse, dear ?”

“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace,
good will toward men.”

“And did nurse tell you any thing about the
verse ?”

“Yes, mamma, nurse told us it was the song the
angels sang when Jesus was born, but she said you
would tell us more about it this afternoon.”

“T think I told you the name of the place where
Jesus was born, one Sunday, when you were showing
me your Picture Book: do you remember it ?”

“No, mamma,” said Katie.

“Did you not say Jesus was born at Bethlehem,
mamma ?” asked Erny.

“ Yes, dear, and I think I told you also that Jesus’
mother’s name was Mary.

“Mary's home was at a place called Nazareth, but
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

she was now at Bethlehem, where her little baby was
born, and they called his name JEsus, because God
had told them to do so.

“ Mary had no nice house to stay in at Bethlehem,
there was not even room for her and her baby in the
inn; they had to stay in a stable, and instead of a
eat, warm. er adle, the child Jesus was laid in a
manger,’

a What i is a Manger, mamma ‘ ?” asked Erny.

“Tt is that place in a stable where horses’ food is
placed ready for them to eat. Was it not love in-
deed in the Lord. Jesus to come from heaven to this
earth ?”

“Yes, mamma. Will you tell us about the angels
sin ging?” asked [atie.

“Tam going to tell you about them now, Katie.
Do you and Erny know what a shepherd is ?”

“Oh yes, mamma,” cried Erny, “a shepherd is a
man who takes care of sheep, and the lambs. When
we were staying with uncle James in the summer, we
saw his shepherd taking care of the sheep, ead we
watched him shut them up in the fold for the night.”

“So you did, dear,” said mamma; “I had for-

gotten about it.”
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

“There were some shepherds in the fields near
Bethlehem watching their flocks at night. They
were obliged in that country to take care of the sheep
by night as well as by day, for there were wild beasts
there; and if they were not very careful to watch,
perhaps a bear or a lion would come and carry a poor
little lamb away, and kill and eat it.

“While the shepherds were watching in the dark
night, all at once there was a bright light in the sky,
and looking up, they saw a shining angel; at first
they were very frightened, but the angel told them
not to fear, for he brought them good news. The
good news was that Jesus the Saviour was born in
Bethlehem, and he told them where they might find
him lying in his manger-cradle. Then a great many
angels joined the first one, and they all praised God
together, saying, ‘Glory to God in the highest, and
on earth peace, good will toward men.’ ”

“And did the shepherds go to see Jesus, mamma?”
asked Katie.

“Yes, dear, when the angels had gone away, they
left their sheep, and went at once to Bethlehem, and
they found Jesus just where the angel had told them

to look for him. And there were others, too, who
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA,

went to see Jesus. A company of wise men took a
very long journey on purpose to see him. When





























































































































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they had travelled as far as Jerusalem, they asked
the king where they might find him; the king sent
them on to Bethlehem, but he could not quite direct
them to the place where Jesus was: God shewed

them where to find the Lord.”
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

“ Did he send an angel, mamma, as he did to the
shepherds ?” asked Erny.

' “No, dear, he did not send an angel this time, but
a bright star in the sky went before the wise men,
till at last it stopped over the place where Jesus was.
Then they went in and kneeled down before him,
and gave him the presents they had brought for
him.”

“What did they give the Lord Jesus, mamma ?
said Katie.

“Gold and frankincense and myrrh.”

“What are they?” asked Erny.

“You know what gold is, Erny ?”

“Oh, yes, mnaamma, your watch is made of gold,
and some money is inaie of gold; but what are the
other things ?”

“Frankincense and myrrh are sweet smelling
scents, which were thought very pleasant and pre-
cious, and were often given as gifts to kings. These
wise men brought them to Jesus because they
wanted to show their respect for him.

“ And now, my children,” said mamma. “ by the
time we have sung a hymn I think dear papa will

be home.”
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

CHAPTER III.

“You remember what we talked about last sabbath
afternoon?” said mamma, as Katie and Erny brought
their little chairs, and sat down, one on each side
of her. “You know that when the wise men got
to Jerusalem, they asked some one to tell them where
Jesus was.”

“Yes, mamma, they asked the king where they
were to find him, and he sent them to Bethlehem,”
said Katie.

“You are right, and the king told them that when
they had found out the exact place where Jesus was,
they were to come back and tell him, for he pre-
tended that he too wanted to see Jesus, that he
might worship him. But King Herod, for that was
his name, was a wicked man, and he did not want to
worship Jesus; he only wished to find out where he
was, that he might kill him.”

“Oh, mamma, how wicked!” said Erny. “Why
did he want to kill Jesus ?”

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

“T think it was because he did not like Jesus to
be called a king. The wise men when they came to
him, asked, ‘Where is he that is born king of the
Jews?’ Herod wanted to be king himself, and he
did not like even the Lord Jesus to be king besides.”

“Did the wise men tell Herod where Jesus was,
mamma?” asked Erny.

“No, dear; God told them in a dream not to go
back to him. So they went home another way
And God sent an angel to Joseph, Mary’s husband,
to tell him to take Mary and the child away to
Egypt, out of Herod’s way. They then got up in
the night time, when it was dark, and started on
their long journey. They got safely to Egypt, and
stayed there some time till King Herod was dead,
then they returned to their own country again.

“Herod was very angry when he found that the
wise men did not come back to tell him where to
find Jesus; and as he did not know which little
baby in Bethlehem was Jesus, he sent his soldiers to
kill all the little boy infants there, and then he
thought he should be quite sure to kill Jesus among
them.”

“But he did not, mamma ?” cried Katie.
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14




SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

“ No, dear, for God had taken care of Jesus, and
sent him safely away.”

“Ts there anything in the Bible about Jesus when
he was a little boy ?” asked Erny.

“ There is not very much said about that part of
his life, but one thing we are quite sure of, Jesus was
always good; and is it not pleasant to know that the
Lord Jesus was once a little child, and that he knows |
just how little children feel, and what they want? so
when my Katie and Erny pray to him, he knows
them quite well, and how to help them.

“There is one story I will tell you about Jesus
when he was a child. Mary and Joseph used to
take a journey to Jerusalem every year. When Jesus
was twelve years old, he went with them. After
staying at the city a short time, Mary and Joseph
were ready to go home again, and they started on
their journey back, thinking that Jesus was with
them; for though they did not see him, yet, as they
had a great many friends travelling with them, they
felt sure that Jesus was somewhere safe among the
company. But after travelling all day, and seeing
nothing of their son, they got uneasy, and asked all
their friends if they knew where he was.

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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

“ But they could not find him, so they went back
to the city to look for him. Still they could not find
Jesus at first, but after looking for him three days,
they saw him sitting in the temple, in the midst of
a number of wise men, talking to them, and asking
them questions.”

“What was the temple, mamma ?”

“It was a very large and beautiful building, to
which the Jews used to go to worship God. Mary
and Joseph were very much surprised when they
saw their son sitting among all those learned men,
and when they heard how wisely and well Jesus
talked with them; indeed, every one who heard him
was astonished.”

“ And was not Mary glad to find Jesus, mamma?”
said Hrny.

“Yes, dear, she asked him why he had stayed
away from her, and told him what a long search she
and Joseph had had for him. Jesus replied, ‘How
was it you sought me? did you not know I must be
about my Father’s business ?’ Mary and Joseph did
not understand this answer, but Jesus meant to say
that he had work to do for God, his Father, and that

God had wished him to stay behind in the city.”
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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS WITH MAMMA.

“Did Jesus go home with Mary and Joseph,
mamma ?” asked Erny.

“Yes, he went back with them to their home in
Nazareth, and we are told that Jesus was subject to
them. He was obedient to his father and mother;
he did what they told him to do, and attended to
their wishes. Now do you not think, Katie and
Erny, that if the Lord Jesus, who was so wise and
good, obeyed his father and mother, that other little
children ought to do the same. And when children
are told to do anything, do you think it is right for
them to wait a long time before they begin, and
then set about it with very cross faces ?”

“No, mamma,” said Katie; but Emmy hung down
his head, and did not answer, and the colour came
into his face.

_“ Ah, I see Erny knows that he did not do as Jesus
would have done yesterday,” said mamma. “TI hope
to-morrow he will be obedient and good at once, when
I send for him to read to me; he will not oblige
mamma ever again to send for him twice, I think?”

“No, dear mamma,” said Erny, jumping up to
give and take a kiss. “I will try to be like Jesus.”

“Tet us kneel down now together,” said mamma,
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“and ask him to help my children to be holy, and
loving, and obedient as he was when he was a little
child on earth”

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CHAPTER IV.

“] HAVE rather a long verse for you to learn to-day,”
said mamma to Katie and Erny on the next sabbath
afternoon. “I think we will have the box of letters
down to help us. Will you go up to the nursery,
Katie, and ask nurse to bring it here for you?”
“What is the verse, mamma?” asked Erny, when
the box was brought.
“ Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests ;
but the Son of man hath not where to lay his head.”
“YT will repeat it again very slowly, and you can
both say it after me; now again— once more—that
will do. We will try-now to spell the text with the
letters.” = !
Kate and Ernest had read the verse two or three
times over; mamma covered it with a large book,
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“We will leave the verse in the frame on the table
where we can see it,” said mamma. “Do Katie and
Erny know whose words they have been learning ?”

“No, mamma; but they are out of the Bible, are
not they ?” said Katie.

“Yes, dear, the Lord Jesus spoke these words
when he was on earth. Though even the foxes
make holes in the earth to live in, and the little
birds had soft warm nests, he (for by the Son of
man he meant himself) had no home of his own;
for Jesus, when he lived on earth, was very poor.
He was rich in heaven, but he came to earth
to be poor and sorrowful, and at last to die a cruel
death for our sakes; and all because he loved us!
Now I want you to repeat after mamma two verses
of a hymn.”

“Foxes have their place of rest,
Every little bird its nest ;
He by whom the world was made
Had not where to lay his head.

He who is the Lord most high
Once was poorer far than I,
That I might hereafter be
Rich to all eternity.”
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“ Will you tell us about some of the things Jesus
did, mamma?” asked Katie.























































































































































“Sometimes people who were ill came to him, or
were brought to him by their friends, and he made
them well; sometimes deaf and dumb persons came
to him, and he cured them, and made them able to

hear and speak. He also made lame people to walk,
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and those who were blind to see. Once Jesus was
on a journey, and as he was passing along the road
there were two poor blind men sitting by the side of
it, begging; they were very poor, for they could not
see to work. As Jesus passed by, they called out
‘Have mercy on us, O Lord, thou Son of David!’

_ the people who were with Jesus told them to be
quiet ; perhaps they thought Jesus would not like
to take the trouble to attend to them, but the blind
men again cried out aloud, ‘Have mercy on us, O
Lord, thou Son of David!’”

“And did Jesus listen to them, mamma?” asked
Erny.

“Jesus always listens to those who pray to him.
He stood still and called the men to him, and asked
them what they wanted; they replied, ‘Lord, that
our eyes may be opened.’ Jesus was sorry for the
poor men when he looked at them. I dare say they
“were tired, and poor, and sad; and he just touched
their eyes, and directly he did so they were able
to see.”

“Oh, mamma, how glad they must have been! I
think they must have loved Jesus very much,” said

Katie.
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“ Besides making folks well who were ill, or blind,
or lame,” said mamma, “Jesus did other kind
things. Once he was at a wedding feast: there were
a great many people present, and there was not
enough wine for them to drink, so Jesus told a
servant to fill six large water pots with water, and
when they were full, he made all the water into
wine. At another time, some of his disciples who
were fishermen had been out in their fishing boats all
the night, trying to catch fish, but they had not caught
any. I suppose they were tired, and did not think it
was any use to try any longer just then. But when
Jesus told them to let their nets into the sea again,
they obeyed him; and so many fishes came into the
net, that it was broken because it was so heavy.”

“Who were the disciples of Jesus, mamma?”
asked Katie.

“Many of them were fishermen; they used to go
about with him as he went from one place to another:
for they loved him, and they liked to listen to his
words, and to see the great things he did. I will
tell you now of something else the Lord Jesus was
able to do.”

“What was that, mamma ?”
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“ Sometimes Jesus made dead people alive again.”

“Oh, mamma, how could he do that?” said
Erny.

“ Jesus was able to do anything, because though
he lived on earth, and had a body like ours, he was
God as well as man; and you know there is nothing
too hard for God to do. Now shall I tell you another
short story, or are my children tired of sitting ©
still so long ?”

“Oh no, mamma, please tell us the story,” they
both said.

“One day, a man named Jairus came to Jesus,
and kneeling down at his feet, he worshipped him,
and said, ‘My little daughter is very ill, and likely
to die; but come put thy hands upon her, and she
will get well and live.

“ Jesus went with Jairus, but he could not walk
very fast, because so many people followed him, and

r crowded round him. Before they got to the house
where the little girl was, some one came to meet
them, and said to Jairus, ‘Thy daughter is dead;
trouble not the Master.’

“But Jesus said to him, ‘Be not afraid; believe
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of his disciples with him into the house. They were
named Peter, James, and John. When he went into
the room where the little girl was lying, a number
of people were in it, crying because she was dead,
but Jesus said, ‘Do not weep; she is not dead, but
sleepeth.’ Jesus said she slept, for he knew how soon
he could bring her back to life, and as easily as he
could wake her if she was only sleeping: but those
present laughed in scorn at his words, so he put them
all out of the room, and taking the child’s hand, he said,
‘Maid, arise!’ and she at once obeyed him, and was
able to take the food which Jesus told them to give
to her.”

“Mamma,” said Erny, “if the Lord Jesus had
been on earth, we could have asked him to make
little Mary alive again. Do you think he would
have done so if we had asked him ?”

The tears came into mamma's eyes at Erny’s
question, for, about a year before, her dear little girl,
who was named Mary, had died; but she said, “ Per-
haps he would, darling, but you know Jesus can
hear now, when we pray to him, just as well as he
could hear those who spoke to him when he was on

earth.”
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“Yes, dear mamma, but you and papa prayed to
him to make little sister well, and not to let her die,
and so did I and Katie, mamma: how was it she did
not get well?”

“ Jesus always listens, Erny, when those who love
him pray, but he does not always give them what
they ask for. He often does not see it best to do so.”

“Why did he not make dear little Mary well,
mamma, do you think?” asked Katie.

“Perhaps, dear, one reason was that he thought.
if we remained all together in our home here, it would
be so happy, that we should forget to think about
the home with God that we are going to by-and-by;
so he took little Mary first to that home in heaven,
that we might think more about it, and about him.
One thing we are quite sure of, dear little sister is
safer and happier with Jesus than she was even with
papa and mamma.

“ And now shall we sing together? What hymn
shall it be, Katie. I think it is your turn to choose
one ?”

“ Let us have ‘I’m a little pilgrim,’ please, mamma.”

So they went with mamma to the piano, and sung

with her these words—
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“Tm a little pilgrim,
And a stranger here:
Though this world is pleasant,
Sin is always near.

Mine’s a better country,
Where there is no sin,
Where the tones of sorrow

Never enter in.”

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CHAPTER V.

“Q MAMMA, come to the window and look, the
laburnum tree is blown down!” said Katie one Sun-
day afternoon, as her mamma opened the draw-
ing-room door.

“Yes, dear, I saw it fall just now; the wind is
very high indeed. How thankful we should be this
cold and wintry day, for our nice house and bright
fires and warm clothes. How kind God is to give us
all these good things!”

“Yes, dear mamma, and how kind he is to keep
us safe from harm,” added Erny. “The wind and the
hail made such a noise in the night that we woke

up and called nurse, but she told us there was
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nothing to be afraid of, and that God sent the storm,
and could take care of us in it just as well as he
could in the bright sunshine.”

“Yes, dear, and he kept you ‘safe till morning
light.’ Suppose I tell you of a storm when Jesus
was on earth, shall I?”

“ Please, mamma,” said Ernest.

“T have told you that some of the disciples of
Jesus were fishermen. Sometimes Jesus went out
with them in their ships upon the Sea of Galilee.
Do not you think they must have been very pleased
to take him with them? Once he was in one of
their ships, and he said to those who were with him,
‘Let us go over to the other side of the sea.’ So
the disciples launched the ship, and set sail; but
after they had started some time, and had got a good
way from the land, a great storm of wind arose.
This made the sea very rough indeed, and the great
waves came rolling and tossing along, washing over
the sides of the ship, till it was almost full ot water,
and the disciples were afraid that it would sink, and
that they would be drowned. ‘They forgot in their
trouble and fright how kind and powerful Jesus was.

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fallen asleep, and they cried, ‘Lord, saveus! Master
carest thou not that we perish ?’”

“ And what did Jesus do, mamma?” asked Erny.

“ He arose, and said to the wind and sea, ‘ Peace,
be still’ and in an mstant the wind left off blowing,
and the tossing waves grew quiet, and there was a
great calm. Then Jesus said to the disciples, ‘Why
are ye so fearful ? How is it that you do not trust
me to take care of you?’ I think they must have
felt sorry then that they had not trusted Jesus
better. They said to each other, ‘What is this?
Even the winds and sea obey him!’ Now I want
you both to learn part of a verse from God's word.”

“ Yes, mamma; please tell us what it is,” said both
the eidinen!

“We know that all things work together for good.
to them that love God.’”

When the verse was learned, mamma said, “ Will
Katie and Erny always try to remember that if they
love God, there is ae one thing they need ever be
afraid of ?”

“ What is that, mamma?” asked Erny.

“ Doing what is wrong, and which does not please

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anything else, because he is always watching over
them, and taking care of them, and making all that
happens to them turn out for their good.”

“Mamma,” said Katie, “if God loves us, why
does he let sorrowful things happen to us ?”

“Do you not think I love you, Katie? When
you were ill last week, what was mamma obliged to
give you.”

“Medicine, mamma.”

“ And was the medicine nice ?”

“No, mamma. I did not want to take it, but
you said I must.”

“What did I give you the medicine for ?”

“'To make me better, mamma, and take away the
bad pain in my head; and so it did.”

“Yes, Katie, with God’s blessing it soon made
you well again. Now I knew the medicine
was not pleasant, and that you would not like it;
but I knew too, that if you did not take it, you
would very likely get worse, and perhaps be very ill
indeed, so I gave it you because I loved you, and
wanted you to get well. Now, God lets sorrowful
things happen to us to make our hearts better, and

to teach us to think about him oftener, and to love
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him more. I dare say the disciples thought the
storm a very sorrowful and sad thing at the time;
but if it had not taken place, they would not have
seen what power Jesus had, and how well able he
was to take care of them in the storm.”

“Mamma, will you hear us say some hymns?”
asked Erny.

“T think I will teach you a new verse of one
instead, if I can see to find it. I must stir the fire, and
make a blaze—now I can see better, ah! here it is!

“ Now, therefore, let us strive alway
To cast all anxious fears away ;
And firmly trust, in danger’s hour.
In God’s almighty love and power.”

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CHAPTER VI.

“ Mamma, what are you going to tell us about this
afternoon ?” asked Krny.

“T intend to tell you of another wonderful thing
that the Lord Jesus did when he was upon earth,
Erny. Ihave only told you yet about a very few

of the kind and loving things that Jesus did; he
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always went about doing good. How pleasant it
will be when both of you can read for yourselves in
the Bible these beautiful stories, will it not ?”

“Yes, mamma,” replied Katie, “and papa says
he will give me a Bible for my very own when I
am six years old.”

“Do you think he will give me one when I am
six years old, mamma?” asked Erny.

“T dare say papa will, Erny, if you are able to
read it. Where are your little chairs? I must
have you sit down quietly before I begin my story.
There, that will do. When Jesus was on earth, a
great many people came to him, some of them were
ill, or lame, or blind, and wanted him to make them
well; some of them wished to see the strange things
he did; some of them wanted to listen to his kind
and loving words. Once there were so many persons
coming to him, that Jesus and his disciples could
get no rest, and they could not even find time to
take their food: so Jesus said to the disciples, ‘Come
away by yourselves for awhile, and rest.’ And they
got into a ship, and went away to a lonely place at
some distance, and Jesus went with them. But

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him; some who saw him sail ran on fast by another
way to the place where he was going, and even got
there before him, and, altogether, a great number ot
people were gathered together.”

“But did Jesus want them to come to him just
then, mamma?” asked Katie.

“ Jesus may have been tired and would have been
glad to rest a while, but he was not angry because
the people came, nor did he send them away, oh, no,
he was sorry when he looked upon them, because
they had no one to teach them to love and serve
God. Then he began to teach them many things
himself; and those of them who were ill he made
well. When Jesus had attended to them all, he
went up a high hill, and sat down with his disciples.”

“ And did the people go away, mamma ?” asked
Erny. .

“No, dear, they still remained. It grew later and
later in the day, yet they stayed on, although they
had no food with them, and there were no shops in
that lonely place where they could buy any thing.
The disciples said to Jesus, ‘It is past supper time,
and the people have nothing to eat; will you not
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and villages round, and buy food and get lodg-
ings ?”

“ But Jesus said, ‘They need not go away, you must
give them food to eat.’ The disciples were surprised
_ when Jesus said that, because they knew there were
so very many hungry people to be fed.

“But Jesus knew all the while what he was going
to do, and that he should be able to provide for
every one. He said to the disciples, ‘How many
loaves have you? go and see;’ so they went to look,
and came back to Jesus, and said, ‘We have here
five loaves and two small fishes ; but what are they
among so many ?”

“ Jesus replied, ‘Bring them hither to me.’ Then
he told the people to sit down on the green grass,
and they did so. The disciples were told by Jesus
to divide the people into companies of fifty. » So
fifty persons sat in one row, and fifty in another, till
all were seated in order; then Jesus took the five
loaves and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven,
he gave thanks to God. Then he broke the bread
and gave it to the disciples, and they handed it to
the people who were sitting down on the grass.

Though there were only five loaves and two little
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fishes, Jesus made them enough to feed all those
thousands of hungry people who were gathered
together. Every one had as much as he wanted.
Altogether, there were about five thousand men pre-
sent, besides women and little children. Was it not

kind of Jesus to feed them all in that wonderful way ?”

“ Oh, yes, mamma,” said both the children.

“But there is one thing I have not told you yet.
When all had had as much as they needed, Jesus
said to the disciples, ‘Gather up the pieces, do not
let them be lost.’ So they took them up, and found
that twelve basketsful were left. A great deal more
food was left than they brought to Jesus at first.”

“Mamma,” said Katie, “nurse taught us a verse
about Jesus this morning :—

“He shall feed his flock like a shepherd; he shall
gather the lambs with his arms, and carry them in
this bosom.”

“That is a very sweet verse, Katie; I am glad you
repeat it so nicely. Hundreds of years before the
Lord Jesus came into the world, God put it into the
minds of the good men who wrote many parts of the
Bible, to write about his coming. One of these

holy men, who was named Isaiah, wrote the beautiful
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words you have just repeated tome. Jesus said of
himself, ‘I am the Good Shepherd.’ How like a
good shepherd he was to the poor people I have
been telling you about. How patient he was with
them, how lovingly he took care of them, teaching
them, feeding them, making them well!”

“ How kind Jesus always was, mamma,” said Erny.

“Yes, darling, and he is kind still. We cannot
see him now, but he sees us always, and watches
over us. He will take care of my darlings. Every
day, if they ask him, he will teach them to do what
is right; he will help them to try to be kind and
. loving like himself. I think Katie and Emy want
_ to be the Saviour’s little lambs. Let us kneel down
and ask the Good Shepherd to bless and keep them
always.”

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CHAPTER VII.

“ Mamma, did you ask nurse to bring down our letter
box?” said Katie, as she came into the drawing-room
with Erny one sabbath afternoon.
“T did, dear, here it is. I should like you and
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Erny to put together a text with the letters, the
very first thing.” —

“Yes, mamma,” said Katie, “you tell us what
letters to find, pibase, and we will put them together.”

“ Very well, dear, aa will be a oo plan,”
replied mamma.

In this way the text was soon completed ; it
was, “ Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep
win them that weep. ’

“What does the verse mean, mamma?” asked
Katie. |

“It means that when we see other people glad
and happy, we should be pleased too; and when we
see others unhappy and in trouble, we should feel
sorry for them, and try to help them if we can.
Now I am going to tell you another story about the
Lord Jesus. |

“When Jesus was on earth, though he was always
so good and kind, he had not a great many friends.
‘There was one house at a place called Bethany, that
the Saviour loved to visit. A brother and two

sisters lived init. The brother's name was Lazarus.

the sisters were called Mary and Martha. They all

loved Jesus, and were very glad to see him. When
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he stayed with them Mary loved to sit quietly at
his feet, and to listen to what he said; but Martha
used to be busy in getting the supper ready. I am
afraid she had not much time to pay attention to his
wise and loving words. I think Jesus was some-
times sorry that Martha was too busy to listen to
him, but he loved all these dear friends very much.
Once a great sorrow came to this happy home.
‘Lazarus was taken very ill; Mary and Martha sent
to Jesus, saying, ‘Lord, behold he whom thou lovest
is sick.’ It may be that they knew that Jesus could
make their brother well again, and they thought
that Jesus would hasten to them at once and cure
him. But Jesus did not see it best to go to them
directly ; he remained two days longer in the place
where he was. Then he said to his disciples, ‘ Let
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“When Jesus came to Bethany, Lazarus was dead, .
and had lain in the grave four days. A great many
friends had come to stay with Mary and Martha, to
comfort them in their sorrow and to weep with them.
“ As soon as Martha heard that Jesus was coming,
she went to meet him, but Mary stayed still in the

house. When Martha came to Jesus, she said to
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him, ‘Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother had
not died.’ |

“ Jesus wished to comfort her, and he told her
that her brother should be made alive again; but I
do not think she knew all that Jesus said to her, or
that he meant to make Lazarus alive again on that
very day.

“Martha soon went back to the house, and called
her sister Mary, telling her that Jesus was come, and.
wanted her; then Mary went out and hastened to
Jesus, and fell at his feet, saying, ‘Lord, if thou
hadst been here, my brother had not died.’

“When Mary’s friends saw her rise and leave the
house, they thought at first that she was going to

the grave of her brother to weep there, and they

followed her. Then finding she did not stop at
the grave, they still went with her, and so came with
her to Jesus. He was very sorry when he saw
Mary and her friends weeping, and the loving ~
Saviour wept with them. |

“Then Jesus asked where Lazarus was laid, and

they said, ‘Lord, come and see; so he went with

them to the grave. A large stone lay upon it. Jesus

said, ‘Take away the stone,’ and they took it away.
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“Then Jesus lifted up his eyes to heaven, and
prayed to his Father. When he had done s0, he
cried with a loud voice, ‘Lazarus, come forth!
and although Lazarus was dead, he heard Jesus
speaking to him, and came forth from the grave
alive and well.

“How glad Mary and Martha must have been to
have their dear brother with them again! How
much they must have loved Jesus for bringing him
back to them !”

“Mamma,” said Katie, “why did not Jesus go at
once to Bethany to make Lazarus well when Martha
and Mary sent for him ?”

“J think it was most likely that Lazarus was
already dead by the time the message from his
sister reached Jesus. Jesus knew this, although the
messenger did not, for he knew all things. The
Saviour intended all the while to make Lazarus alive
again, but he waited first for a time.

“You remember I told you once of his calling
back Jairus’s little daughter to life; that was a very
wonderful thing, but it would seem a more wonderful
thing still for Jesus to make Lazarus alive again
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“Mary and Martha knew that the Lord Jesus was
God’s own Son; but there were a great many people
who did not believe this, and Jesus wanted at this
time to show them that he was God, by doing what
only God could do. And many of those who were
present did believe on Jesus when they saw his:
power. |

“Next Sunday I have something else to tell you
about Mary.

“ And now, my pets, put the letters away nicely in
the box: we must sing by-and-by. Dear papa wants
to have tea very early, because he is going to sit
with poor Mr. Wilson, who is ill. Ah! here is Ann
come with the tea-tray before we are quite ready
for her, and I see papa coming in at the gate.

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CHAPTER VIII.

“Mamma,” said Erny, on the next Sunday afternoon,
“you promised to tell us something more about
Mary, the sister of Lazarus?”

“ Yes, mamma has not forgotten her promise.
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“Qne day Jesus was at Bethany, in the house of
a man named Simon. Mary wanted to show how
much she loved the Saviour, so while he was sitting
at supper with Lazarus and others, she brought a
fine box full of very costly and sweet smelling
ointment, and breaking the box, she poured the
ointment on Jesus's head and feet, and the house
was filled with the pleasant perfume. This gift of
Mary’s cost a good deal of money, but she did not |
think any thing too good or too costly to give to the
Saviour. Some of the disciples were not pleased at
what she did. One of them, named Judas, who was
a wicked man, although he pretended to be the
triend of Jesus, said, ‘Why was not this omtment
sold, and the money given to the poor? Judas
said this not because he really cared about the poor,
but because he took charge of the money belonging
to Jesus and to the disciples, and he would like to |
have had this ointment sold, and to have kept some
of the money for himself, for he was a thief.”

“Was Jesus angry with Mary, mamma?” asked
Katie.

“Oh no Jesus said to the disciples, ‘Let her

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poor with you, you can always be kind to them, but
me you have not always ’ and he also said that
this thing Mary had done should be told all over the
world, and that so her name should never be
protien.

e What is my little Erny thinking of so deeply ?”

“T was thinking, mamma, how nice it would be
if Jesus lived on earth now, and we could see him,
and do things for him.”

“Though the Lord Jesus lives 1 in heaven, you can _
still do thidge for him, Erny.”

“ How can we, mamma ?”

“Jesus says that if we do kind Fines for those
who love him, he will be just as pleased as if we did
them to himself. Do you remember when you —
were out riding with me the other day, we called at
Mrs. Brown's farm, and. that she asked me to take
some luncheon ?” |

“ Yes, mamma, and you said, ‘ No, thank you, Mrs.
Brown, I took some before I came out, but my little
children were saying that they were very hungry
again just now, so if you will give them some of your ©
nice bread and butter, I shall be much obliged”

“You see that though I did not wish for
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any myself, I was very glad to see you both enjoy
your luncheon, and I was quite as much obliged to
Mrs. Brown as though she had given it to me.”

“But what can children do for Jesus?” asked
Katie.

“Even little boys and girls can often do something
for Jesus. Suppose you watch this week and see if
you cannot find some kind thing to do for his sake.
There is one way in which we can always show our
love to the Saviour.”

“Will you tell us what it is, mamma?” asked
Erny. ;

“ Once when Jesus was talking to his disciples he
said, ‘If ye love me, keep my commandments;’ he
meant if you love me, try to please me, by doing as
I have told you to do; so when you feel inclined to
be cross or unkind, you must try and think Jesus
would not like us to show naughty tempers; he was.
always gentle and loving. Or when you do not
want to do as mamma bids, you must think Jesus
obeyed his mother, and he will not be pleased if I do
not mind what mamma says.”

After tea, Katie and Ernest climbed up into papa’s
lap, and sat down, one on either knee.

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“ What did mamma tell you about this afternoon,
my dears ?” asked their papa.

Then the children told him about Mary’s loving
gift to the Saviour.

“Very well remembered,” said papa, when they
finished. “Now I have a story to tell you about a
little boy. |

“Last Sunday I did not see George Bond in his
place at the Sunday school, and again this afternoon
I missed him from my class; so [ said to the other
boys, ‘Do you know why George Bond is not at
school?’ ‘He has not got any shoes,’ said one boy ;
‘He is very lame, said another: so, after school I
thought I would go to see him. If knocked at the
door of the room where he lives, and George’s voice
answered ‘Come in.’ I found him all alone, for
the poor boy has not any father, and _ his ne
was out; the room was clean, ut it looked very
bare aad poor. ‘There were three broken panes
of glass in the window, and hardly any fire in the
tiny grate, although it is so cold to-day. George
looked as if he had not had much to eat, and
he was quite pale from the pain in his feet, be-

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“Poor little boy!” said Erny. “And was he glad
to see you, papa?”

“Yes, dear, I think he was, and he said he was
very sorry he could not go to school.

“T noticed the last time he was there that his
shoes were very old, and it seems that a day or two
afterwards the shoes got so bad that he could not
wear them at all, and as his mother had no money
to buy others, he was obliged to go without. Then
poor George played about in the snow and got bad
chilblains, and to make matters worse, he trod on
some broken glass, and cut both his feet, and now they
are very sore indeed, and he 1s not able to walk at all.

“JT promised to go and see him again, and to get
the doctor to go and dress the wounds on his feet,
for I fear they will be very bad indeed if they are
not well attended to.”

Presently Katie slipped off her papa’s knee, and |
running to her mamma, she whispered, ‘Mamma,
may I give George some of my socks and shoes? I
think the Lord Jesus would like me to help that
poor little boy, and to be kind to him.”

“T am sure he would, but you know your socks

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money, and if you were to give them away, we should
have to get some more for you. 5o, after all, they
would be papa’s and mamma's gift to George rather
than yours; and, besides, a little girl’s shoes would not
fit him. If my little girl really wants to help this
poor boy, she must = and think of some other
way to do so.

Just then a gentleman called to see papa; while
he was in the drawing-room, Katie and iimy quietly
whispered a good while to exch other in one corner

mamma again, and Erny said, |

“Katie has thought of pas a nice plan now,
mamma!”

“ What is it, dear?” asked mamma.

A few days daathres erandpapa had- given each of
the children some money to spend; they were to do
just what they liked with. it, and they had intended
to put their money oechor and to buy a large
‘Noah’s Ark’ with it, but now they said that they
would like to buy some socks and shoes for George
Bond instead.

Mamma told them that they had better think

about it till to-morrow, and if they then still wished
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to spend their money in that way, she would agree
to it.

When Monday came they had not altered their
minds, and very happy they were when they went
with mamma to buy the socks, and order the shoes,
that they might be ready for poor George as soon
as he could put them on.

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CHAPTER IX.

“ MAMMA, see what papa has given me!” cried Erny,
running up to his mamma, and holding out a little
book in his hand.

“ And papa has given me one, too,” said Katie,
“and he says it is the very same book of hymns that
the boys at his ragged school used to sing from:
may we sing a hymn from it this afternoon, please
mamma ?”

“Tam not sure that you know any of the hymns
fait,”

“ But we can learn some, dear mamma, if you will

teach us.”
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“So you can; let me look at the book ; ah! here
are two or three at any rate that you and Erny
sometimes say to me, and here is one you partly
know, I should like you to learn it quite well; sup-
pose I read it, and you repeat it after me a few times,
and then we will try to sing it together.”

So first Katie and Ernest sung the hymn be-
ginning, |

“ When his salvation bringing,
To Zion Jesus came,

The children all stood singing
Hosanna to his name.

Nor did their zeal offend him,
But as he rode along,
He let them still attend him,
Well pleased to hear their song.”

When they had finished, mamma said, “ I think
you will better know what you have been singing
about when you have listened to mamma's story
this afternoon.”

“A very few days before the Lord Jesus died
upon the cross, he went with his disciples to Jeru-

salem. When they were come within a short dis-
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tance of the city, he said to two of them, ‘Go into
the village which is close by, and there just as you
enter it you will find an ass tied up, and a colt with
her upon which no one has ever yet sat. Untie
them, and bring them to me; and if any one asks
you why you take them, say, ‘The Lord hath need
of them, and they will let them go.’

“ So the two disciples left Jesus, and went into the
village. There they found the ass and the colt, and
they unloosed them, and came back with them to
Jesus. The disciples, to show their respect and
love for the Saviour, took some of their clothing
and threw it over the backs of the ass and the
colt, and then Jesus sat upon the colt, and rode
on it into Jerusalem. ‘There were a great many
people there at this time, and when they heard
that Jesus was on his way thither, great numbers
of them came to meet him, carrying branches of -
palm-trees in their hands, and crying, ‘ Hosanna:
Blessed is the King of Israel that cometh in the
name of the Lord.’”

“What does ‘Hosanna’ mean, mamma ?”

“Tt means ‘Save now, it was as if the people
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our king, the King of Israel.’ A very great many
persons took their garments, and spread them on the
eround, that Jesus might ride over them; others cut
branches from the trees, and strewed them along the
road. Some of those who went along with Jesus to
Jerusalem were present when he raised Lazarus
from the dead, and some who had not seen that
ereat miracle had heard of it from others, and they
too came to see and to honour him who alone could
do such mighty things.

“Some of the people walked before Jesus, others
followed him; when they got quite near to the city,
they lifted up their voices, praising God, and crying,
‘Blessed be the King that cometh in the name of
the Lord: peace in heaven, and glory in the
highest.’ ”

“That was something like the song the angels
sang when Jesus was born,” said Katie. —

“T am sorry to tell you that there were some
present who did not join in the Saviour's praises.
They did not believe that he was the King of Israel,
and the Son of God, and they did not like to hear
the disciples and the multitude with them crying,

‘Hosanna.’ So they asked Jesus to reprove his
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disciples for doing so; but he told them, saying, ‘I
tell you that if these should hold their peace, the
stones would cry out.’ He meant that if men would
not praise him, God could give the very stones
voices that they might be able to do so.

“At last Jesus came to Jerusalem. Those who
were in the city were surprised to see such a large
crowd, and they asked, ‘Who is this?’ Then some
of those who came with him, said, ‘This is Jesus.’
After Jesus had entered the city, he went into the
temple, and while he was there, blind and lame
people came to him to be made well, and he cured
them.”

“But, mamma,” said Erny, “you have not told
us about the children singing ‘ Hosanna.’ ”

“I think it is most probable, Erny, that a good
many children were among the crowd who came

with Jesus to Jerusalem; very likely they helped |

cut down the branches of the trees, and joined in the
songs of praises; but we are plainly told that there
were children in the temple, and they lifted up their
young voices, crying, ‘ Hosanna to the Son of David!’
Some persons were present who did not love Jesus,

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helped them,” said Erny. | |

“Does my little boy remember what the hymn
says ?—

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“ Jesus is as pleased to listen now when little chu-
dren pray to him and praise him, as he was to hear
the hosannas sung by the children of Jerusalem.
And think of the glad time coming by-and-by, when
if we have loved him on earth, we shall go to be
with him in heaven.”

“T can see papa coming,” cried Erny. “I wonder
if George Bond was at school this afternoon ?”

“T do not think it is likely that he is well enough
to walk yet, but perhaps papa can tell us something
about him.”

And papa told the little folks that he had been to
see George, who was very pleased with the nice
warm socks and shoes they had sent him. The
shoes he was not yet able to wear, but his feet were
getting better, and he hoped to be at school the
Sunday after next if they continued to heal. Katie
and Erny were very glad to hear poor George was
better, and I do not think they ever felt sorry they
had spent the money grandpapa gave them in the
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CHAPTER xX.

“Do you remember what mamma told you about
last Sunday ?” asked mamma of her little boy and
girl, when they had taken their seats beside her on
the next sabbath afternoon.

“Oh, yes, mamma,” replied Katie, “you told us
about the Saviour riding into Jerusalem, and the
people strewing branches of trees along the road,
and about the little children crying Hosanna.”

“ And do you remember,” said mamma, “that I
told you this happened only a very little while
before Jesus was crucified? Now I am going to-
day to tell you about the very last evening before
his death. He wished to spend it with his disciples,
so he told Peter and John to prepare supper in a
large room at Jerusalem, and they had done so. It
was a sorrowful time. Jesus knew that on the
morrow he must die a cruel death. Wicked men
had tried to take the Saviour prisoner before, and
they had taken up stones to stone him (that was

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one way the Jews had of putting people to death) ;
but he had escaped from their hands, and had kept
himself from bemg hurt by them until the time
came for him to die: that time now was nearly
come.”

“ And did the disciples know that Jesus was going
to die?” asked Erny.

“Yes, dear, for he had told them before what
must happen to him, and again on this sad evening
he said he was going to leave them; but he tried to
comfort them, tellmg them not to let their hearts be
troubled and not to be afraid, for he was going to
heaven to prepare a home for them there, and that
by-and-by he would take them to himself.

“While they were sitting at supper, Jesus said
something which made the disciples very sad. He
said to them, ‘One of you shall betray me;’ he
meant by that—one of you sitting here with me at
supper is not really my friend, one of you will help
those who hate me to take me that they may put
me to death.

“The disciples were very grieved when Jesus said
this; first one of them, and then another asked,
saying, ‘ Lord, is it I?’

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“One of them, whose name was John, was sitting
next to him at the table, and leaned his head on the
Saviours bosom. Peter told him to ask which of
them it was who should do this wicked thing.
Jesus replied, ‘He it 1s to whom I shall give a sop;
and when he had made the sop, he gave it to Judas.

“Was it not sad that Judas should go about
with Jesus as if he loved him, while he did not
really love him? As they were eating, the Lord
Jesus took some bread in his hand, and when he
had given thanks he broke it and gave it to the dis-
ciples, saying to them, ‘Take, eat; this is my body
which is given for you: this do in remembrance of
me.’ Jesus did not mean that the bread he gave
them was really his body; but he meant, when you
see the bread broken-and eat of it, then think of me
your Lord and Saviour, and how I gave myself to
suffer and to die for your sakes.

“ After this he took a cup of wine, and when he
had again given thanks, he gave it to the disciples.
that they might all drink of it, and he said unto ©
them, ‘This is my blood which is shed for you: this —
do ye, as often as ye drink it, in remembrance of

ine.’
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“ After Jesus had gone back to heaven, the disciples
often met together, with others who had learned to
love him also, to eat bread and drink wine in
memory of him as he had told them, and ever since
then Christian people have loved to meet for the
same purpose.

“When supper was quite over, and after Jesus
had talked a long while with his disciples, and had
prayed to his Father in heaven, asking him to bless
and keep them, they sang a hymn together, and
then they left the house, and went as far as a hill
called the Mount of Olives, and Jesus took the dis-
ciples with him into a garden called the Garden of
Gethsemane; he had often been with them there
before.”

“And did he take Judas with him this time.
mamma?” asked Erny.

“No. Judas had left him some time before.
He went away after Jesus gave him the sop.”

“Mamma,” said Erny, “why do you think the
Lord Jesus wished to go to the Garden of Geth-
semane in the dark night time after supper ?”

“Jesus went there to pray, for he was very sor-

rowtul, but the disciples sat down and slept: Jesus
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wished Peter and James and John to keep awake,
and to watch with him, but they too fell asleep.

“ At last the quiet garden sounded with the tread
of many feet, and lights were seen among the trees.
Who could be coming there at that time to disturb
the Saviour? It was Judas, but he did not come
alone; he brought with him a band of men, with
swords and staves, and lanterns and torches.”

“Why did they come, mamma ?” said Katie.

“They came to take Jesus. Judas had told the
men that him whom they saw he kissed, they were
to take and hold fast and lead away safely. So he
came near to Jesus, and said, ‘ Master, master,’ and
kissed him. ‘Then ihe men laid baud on the Lord
and took him.”

“Did not the other disciples try to get Jesus
away from them, mamma ?” asked Katie.

“No, they forsook him and fled; but shortly
afterwards, Peter drew his sword and struck one of
the men with it, and cut off his ear; but Jesus
touched it and made it well again, telling Peter to
put up his sword, and saying that if he wished it
God could directly send him an army of angels to
fight fer him. But Jesus did not desire this, he was

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willing to be taken, willing to suffer and to die:
for he knew he was to die for the sins of the world.
Jesus was taken to the high-priest’s house. The
high-priest as well as many others tried to find some
reason for putting Jesus to death, but although they —
found people to say what was not true about him,
they could find none. At last they asked him if he
was the Son of God, and Jesus said, ‘I am, and
because he replied thus, and told them that they
would see him sitting at the right hand of God, and
coming in the clouds of heaven, these wicked men
said the Lord Jesus was guilty and worthy of death.
‘The high-priest allowed him to be very cruelly
treated; and he who was so holy, and kind, and
loving was mocked and struck, and even spat upon,
yet he bore all patiently.

“ And now, my darlings,” said mamma, “ our time
is nearly gone for this afternoon. Next Sunday, if all
is well, mamma will tell you more about Jesus and
his love.”

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CHAPTER XI.

“OH, mamma, what have you there?” cried Erny,
as Mamma came into the drawing-room, carrying a
long roll in her hand.

“I wonder if my little boy and girl can guess ?”
said mamma, smiling. “Take the parcel to the
table, and then unwrap it very carefully.”

The parcel was soon found to contain a large
coloured picture, a view of the Garden of Gethse-
mane. She had bought it for her children some
days before, but she had kept it to give on Sunday
afternoon. |

“And now, mamma,” asked Erny, “are you going
to tell us something more about Jesus ?”

“Yes, my dear; you know to whose house Jesus
was brought from the Garden of Gethsemane.”

“It was to the high-priest’s, mamma.”

“Yes, Erny, and there he remained for the rest of
the night. When the morning came, the wicked

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men still wanted to put the holy Saviour to death,
but they could not do so lawfully without getting
leave from the governor, who was named Pontius
Pilate. Sothey bound Jesus, and led him away to
this man.

“ Pilate did not know or love Jesus; but when he
had spoken to him, and heard what was said by
those who brought him, he could find no reason for
his death, he asked, ‘What evil hath he done?’ He
wished to let him go, but the cruel men cried out,
‘Crucify him! crucify him! Once more Pilate
said, ‘Why, what evil hath he done? I find no
cause for putting him to death; I will chastise him
and let him go. But again more loudly arose the
horrid ery, ‘ Crucify him ?’”

“Oh, mamma,” said Erny, “how could they wish
to kill the blessed Saviour, who had always been so
kind and good ?” .

“ At last Pilate let the people have their sinful
wish. He did not himself desire to have Jesus put
to death, and he ought not to have allowed it to be
done, for he knew that Jesus did not deserve to die;
yet to please the people he scourged him, and then

gave him up to them, that he might be crucified.”
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“What did you mean, mamma,” asked Katie,
“when you said Pilate scourged Jesus ?”

“T meant that he caused him to be beaten in a
very severe and painful way. After this, Pilate’s
soldiers led the Saviour into another hall, and there
they put a scarlet robe upon him, and when they
had platted a crown of thorns that it would hurt
him to wear, they placed it on his head, and putting
a reed in his hand they knelt before him mocking
him in his pain and sorrow, and saying, ‘ Hail, King
of the Jews! then taking the reed from his hand,
they struck him with it and spat upon him.”

“Oh, why did Jesus let them do all this to him?”
said Katie.” |

“Twill try to tell you, my darling. The soldiers
then took off the scarlet robe and put his own
clothes on Jesus again, and then they led him away
to be crucified. They made him carry his own |
cross, but it was so heavy and he was so weak and
weary that a man named Simon was obliged to assist
him. When they came to a place called Calvary,
he was nailed upon the cross. ‘Two others were
crucified there at the same time, but they were

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these thieves was placed on the right hand of Jesus,
the other on his left. Pilate wrote upon the cross,
above the Saviour’s head, ‘ This is the King of the
Jews. The soldiers who crucified him divided his
clothes amongst themselves, and then they sat down
to watch him.”

“Did it not kill Jesus to be nailed to the
cross ?”

“He did not die directly. He prayed for those
who treated him so cruelly, saying, ‘Father, forgive
them; for they know not what they do.’ He lived
for some hours afterwards, and people who passed by
him shook their heads in mockery, and said, ‘If thou
be the Son of God, come down from the cross. He
saved others, himself he cannot save.’ Even one of
the thieves who was crucified with him said, ‘If
thou be Christ, save thyself and us;’ but the other
rebuked him, saying, ‘We deserve to die, for we.
have been very wicked, but Jesus has done ie
wrong; and he need to Jesus, saying, ‘Lord,
bemember me when thou comest into thy fan
dom.’ And the Saviour listened to him and replied,
‘To-day shalt thou be with me in paradise.’

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while, he said, ‘I thirst ;’ and one of the soldiers gave
him vinegar to drink. Having taken it, he cried, ‘It
is finished ;’ and bowed his head and died.

“Then many strange and unusual things hap-
pened; the earth shook, the rocks were rent, and the
graves opened, and the vail of the temple was torn —
from the top to the bottom.”

“What was the vail of the temple?” inquired
lirny.

“It was a large curtain hung to separate one
part of the temple from the other.

“ Now when some who stood by saw these strange
things happen, they were frightened, and an officer
who was there with the soldiers said, ‘Truly this
man was the Son of God!’ |

“ By-and-by the soldiers came and looked at the
two thieves who were crucified, and findmg them
still alive, they broke their legs m order to hasten
their death. Jesus was already dead; but they took
a spear and thrust it into his side, and from it flowed |
out blood and water. |

“When the evening was come, a good and a rich
man named Joseph went to Pilate and asked him it

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leave to take it away,so he removed it from the
cross, and wrapping it in fine linen with sweet spices,
he buried it in a new grave within a garden, and
rolled a great stone to the door of the tomb.

“Did not one of my little darlings ask me just
now why the Lord Jesus suffered himself to be
treated so cruelly ?

“Tt was because he loved us. You know that
we have often sinned; no one ever lived in the
world who was always good, except Jesus. Now
God is quite holy; he hates sin; he said if we dis-
obeyed him, we must be punished. Jesus pitied us;
he knew that we could never get to heaven to be
happy and holy with God, if he did not show us the
way; so he came from his bright home above to
this world; he came to be poor and to die; he
came to bear our sins instead of us. God had
said sin must be punished; Jesus said, ‘ Forgive sin- -
ners; I will suffer instead.’ And God so loved us,
that he did not spare his only Son to suffer and to
die that we might be forgiven.

“Now let us kneel down together, and thank
God for loving us so much, and ask him to

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him to give his Holy Spirit, that we may believe
in Jesus as our Saviour, and become like Jesus as
our Pattern.”

CHAPTER XII.

“ As I passed the nursery door this morning, I

think I heard you both saying a Bygen to nurse:

what hymn was it, Erny ?”
“It was—

‘This is the day when Christ arose
So early from the dead.’

Do you know the hymn, mamma? Nurse says she
knew it when she was a little girl.”

“ Yes, dear, I know it very well; it was one of the
first I was able to repeat when a child.”

“Mamma,” said Erny, “I think I love Sunday
best of all the days.”

“YT hope you will always do so, Erny, it is the
best day of all the seven; and now | am going to
tell you about a very happy thing that happened

on a Sunday.”
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“T think I know what you mean, mamma,” said
Katie, “for we were talking with nurse this morning,
and she said she thought perhaps you would tell us
to-day about the Saviour’s coming back to life again ;
and I am sure that was a very happy thing: how
glad the disciples must have been !”

“Yes, dear, they were so glad that they could
hardly believe at first that they really saw him. And
now shall I tell you the story? Very early on the
first day of the week after the Lord Jesus was cruci-
fied, a company of women who loved him walked to
his grave; they took with them sweet-smelling
spices to lay upon his body. When they got to the
place where Joseph had laid him, they found that
the great stone which had been put at the door of
the tomb was moved. Before they came, a bright
shining angel had come down from heaven, and

rolled it away. The women went into the grave,

but they did not see the body of their dear Lord

there; and as they wondered what had become of

it, two angels stood by them in shining garments,

and they were afraid when they saw them, and

bowed their faces down to the earth. The angels

said, ‘Why do you look for the living among the
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dead? Jesusis not here; he is risen. Remember
what he told you, that he would rise from the dead
after three days.’

“Then they recollected what Jesus had said.
And they went and told the disciples that the Lord

had risen; but they did not believe that the good

news was true.

“ Another woman named Mary Magdalene, who
had been still earlier to the grave, came running to
Peter and John, saying, ‘They have taken away
the Lord out of the grave, and we do not know
where they have laid him.’ Mary was very sor-
rowful, for she thought the Saviour’s body had been
removed; she did not know that it lived again,
never to die any more. Then Peter and John ran
to the grave to look for themselves. John reached
it first, and, stooping down, he looked in, and after-
wards both Peter and he entered it, but they could

not see a body lymg there, only the grave-clothes

in which it had been wrapped. They then went to
their own homes, but Mary stayed by the grave weep-
ing. Presently she looked into it, and saw the two
angels sitting there, one in the place where the

Saviours feet had been, the other where his head

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had lain. The angels asked her why she was crying,
and she said, ‘ Because they have taken away my
Lord, and I know not where they have laid him.’

“ As Mary drew back again from the grave, she
saw some one standing by her, but she did not
know that it was Jesus, she supposed that it was the
gardener. He said to her, ‘Woman, why weepest
thou? whom seekest thou?’ Mary replied, ‘Sir, if
you have taken him away, tell me where you have
laid him.’ Then said Jesus to her, ‘ Mary, and she
then knew that it was Jesus himself who spoke. Oh
how glad she must have felt to see him alive agam!

“ Jesus soon sent her to his disciples. She found
them still mourning because thew Lord was dead;
and when she told them that he was alive again,

and that she had seen him, and spoken with him,

they could not believe her.

“ Afterwards, on the same day, Jesus showed him-.

self to two other friends, and to Peter also; but still
the rest of the disciples could not believe that he
was risen indeed. So when the evening was come,
and they were together in one room, Jesus suddenly
stood in the midst of them. They did not see him

come, but they looked and he was there, and he
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spoke to them, saying, ‘Peace be unto you.’ At

first they were frightened, they could not even
then beheve that it was Jesus himself; but he bade
them look at his hands and feet, initio which the
nails had been driven, and showed them the hole
in his side which the soldier's spear had made; and
while they wondered, and hardly yet beliewad for
joy, he asked them, Hide. ye here any meat?’ and
they gave him a piece of broiled fish to eat, and
some honeycomb,

“ After this the disciples saw Jesus again several
times; at last the time came for him to ascend to
his bevigahet home in heaven.

e one day he took the disciples with bliss to the
top of a high hill, called the Mount of Olives, and
when there, he tallced with them, and told ‘hem
what they must do for him after ie had left them,
how they must travel about and teach others to
know and love and serve him, and how he would.
always really be with them although they would not
see him. And then he lifted up his hands and
blessed them, and as he did so he was taken from
them, and received up into heaven where he sat

down at God’s right hand.”
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“ And did the disciples see Jesus go up to heaven,
mamma?” asked Erny.

“They watched him for a while, until a cloud hid
him from their sight, and then they went back to
Jerusalem with great joy.

“Do not you think they were glad that the
Saviour’s pain and sorrow were all over; and that
he had gone to heaven never to suffer any more ?

“They were glad, too, because Jesus had given
them work to do for him; they were glad because
they knew that he would always help them, and
love them, and care for them, and because they
knew that by-and-b y they youd g° to be with him
for ever and ever.

“Here is dear papa; perhaps he would like to
hear his little boy and girl sing a hymn. Shall
mamma choose one to-day? Then let it be this—

“ Tord, a little band and lowly,
We are come to sing to thee ;

Thou art great, and high, and holy,
Oh, how solemn we should be!

Fill our hearts with thoughts of Jesus,
And of heaven where he is gone,
And let nothing ever please us
He would grieve to lock upon.”



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CHAPTER XIII.

“IT WONDER what mamma is going to tell us about
this afternoon ?” said Katie.

“T know,” replied Erny, “for I asked her as we
walked along, and she said she would tell us of a
promise the Lord Jesus made to the disciples before
he went up to heaven.” | |

Just then Mrs. Stancombe came into the room.
“T am late, little folks,” said she, “but I see you
are quite ready for me. Where is the letter box
put? Oh, there it is on the side table, bring it to
me, Katie; and, first of all, we will put together a
text that I want you both to learn.”

_ “ What is it, mamma ?” inquired Erny.

“Suppose I find it for you in Katie’s Bible: this
is it, John xiv. 16. ‘And I will pray the Father,
and he shall give you another Comforter, that he
may abide with you for ever.”

After Mrs. Stancombe had helped Katie and Tirny
to put the verse in the frame, they read it over
several times, and at last when mamma covered it

over with her handkerchief, the children were able
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to repeat it to her quite well without one mistake.
Then they took their low chairs, and sat down beside
her.

“Do you remember,” asked Mrs. Stancombe,
“two or three Sundays ago, I told you about the
last evening the Lord Jesus spent with his disciples,
before he was crucified ?”

“Oh yes, mamma,” seid Katie; “Jesus and his
disciples had supper together, and the disciples were
very sad, because Jesus told them he was going
away from them.”

“Yes,” added Erny, “ and you said Jesus tried
to comfort them, mamma.’

“He did, my darling; he told them not to be
troubled, - he was going back to heaven to get a
place there ready for them, and that, by-and-by,
they too should go there, and be always with him.

He told them also that God, his Father, loved them,

and would listen to their prayers for his sake, and
he gave them the promise you have been learning
this afternoon. Jesus said that unless he went away
the Holy Spirit would not come, but that, he would
send the Holy Spit down to them, to stay with

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put them in mind of all he had said to them while
he was on earth.”

“And did Jesus send the Holy Spirit?” asked
Katie.

“Oh yes,” said Erny, “he must have done so,
because the Lord Jesus always keeps his promises,
does he not, mamma ?”

“ Yes, dear, and mamma will tell you presently
about the day when the promise was kept.

“ Before Jesus went back to his Father, he told
the disciples that they were to stay in the city of
Jerusalem, until the Holy Spirit should come to
them. Do you remember, Katie, where the disciples
saw Jesus on earth for the last time?”

“Yes, mamma, you told us that they went with
him to the top of a high hill, called the Mount of
Olives, and that Jesus was taken from them there,
and they watched him go up higher and higher,
until a cloud hid him from their sight.”

“That is right, dear. After their Lord had left
them, they went back to Jerusalem, where they
used to meet together in an upper room. I do not
know, but I think, perhaps, it was the same room in

which Jesus had had that last sad and sorrowfil
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supper with them before he was crucified; others
who loved Jesus, met with them there. Mary, his
mother, and several good men and women besides.
Should you like to know how they spent the time?
A great deal of it was spent in praying to God; and
I dare say they loved to talk together of Jesus, and
of what he had done and said, while he was with
them. Perhaps they spoke, too, of the happy time
when they would go to be with him for ever, in his
Father's home above.”

“Mamma,” asked Erny, “was Judas with the
disciples then? Did they let him stop with them
after he had been so wicked as to help the cruel men
to take Jesus ?” |

“No, Judas was now dead; he died a very sad
death. When he knew that Jesus was about to be
put to death, he was very unhappy; he felt how
sinful he had been, and took back the money that
was given him for showing the men where to
find the Lord, and then he went and hanged
himself.

“While the disciples were waiting in Jerusalem.
a good man, named Matthias, was chosen to take
Judas’s place among them.

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