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You need to limit the current to a very low level such as C/10 but it'll take a long time to charge. The good thing about using a resistor is that the current will be higher when the battery is flat and the current will drop as it charges.
Don't mention it. Remember if you need help just post here. Also, you may need to charge the battery using 1.5V higher than the battery, I would just use a 15 volt transformer (because the voltage will vary a bit when the battery's added) Add a 9V regulator to the V+ pin on the battery then your current limiting resistor will be 800 ohms.