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course abolished, 394; land en-
croachments of Colonists, 393;
invasion of 1834-35, 397 ;* com-
missions of inquiry, 400; colonial
government determined on war,
405; forbearance of the Caffres,
411; integrity and sound judg-

ment of the missionaries, 415
Carrel, A., History of the Counter

Revolution in England, 726; its
inaccuracies, 728; duplicity of
Charles i, the cause of his ruin,
729 ; condition of England under
the Protectorate, 729; treachery
of Monk, 730; Convention-Par-
liament, 731 ; Clarendon's minis-
try, 733; the Cabal, 735 ; Test
Act, 736; Danby's Administra-
tion, 737; Popish plot, 738 ;

Parliament of Oxford, 740
Chalmers, Dr., on the Evangelical

Alliance, 747, 760
China, and her Spiritual Claims,

125
Christmas, Miss, Glendearg Cottage,

507
Clarkson, D., Select Works of, 611,

615
Continental Echo, 492
Czerski, J., 492; prejudices against

him in England, 493; early life,
496 ; scruples, 498 ; marriage
justified, 500; his liberality, 501 ;
evangelicalism, 502; Ronge a
neologist, 503

157; missionary society, 158;
theological institute, 159; schools,
ib.; children's fund, 160; book-
room, ib.; use of liturgy, 161;
love-feasts, 163; revivais, 164;
public and private bands, 162;

defects of Wesleyanism, 167
Evangelical Alliance, Proceedings

of, 747 ; abolition of slavery in
the British empire, 751 ; religious
deputations to America, 752; re-
trograde movement of the Free
Church, 753; Presbyterian Ge-
neral Assembly of United States,
754; their apology for slavery,
757 ; Birmingham resolution of
the Evangelical Alliance, 760;
disposition manifested by the
General Conference, 761; tone of
the American delegates, 762 ;
their arguments, 764, protest,
768; first resolution of the Alli-
ance, 765, final decision, 769,
general results, 770; interior his-
tory of the proceedings, 772;
universal condemnation of the
disgraceful compromise, 776; G.
Thompson, ib.; W. L. Garrison,
777 ; Dr. Reed's withdrawment,
778; Manchester resolution of the
British Branch of the Alliance, ib.;
its effect on the American, 779;
laws no excuse for slaveholding,
774

D'Aubigné, J. H. M., History of the

Reformation, 252, 508
Dobbs, Rev. J., Century of Scottish

Church History, 510

Eckett, Rev. R., Exposition of Laws

of Conference Methodism, 129;
constitition of Conference, 132;
its leaders, 134; Jabez Bunting,
ib.; his influence, 139, whence
derived, 141; district meeting,
142; marriage of ministers, 144;
examination of probationers, 145 ;
special district meetings, 147;
mixed and minor, 147; quarterly
meeting, 148; special circuit
meeting, 150; leaders' meeting,
151; discipline, 153; local preach-
ers' meetings, 154; trustees' meet-
ing, 156; financial arrangements,

Fauriel, C., History of Provençal

Poetry, 641 ; its plan, 642; intiu-
ence of Greek civilization, 644;
of Roman, 646; derivation of the
Provençal language, 648; its
priority in metrical romance, 651;
Round Table legends not of British
origin, 652; chivalry of religion.
653, the Graal, ib.; Walther of
Acquitaine, 657; defects of au-
thor's system of civilization, 658
Fisher's Juvenile Scrap Book, 743,

745
Fletcher, Rev. J., Select Works and

Memoirs of, 660; his character,
661 ; parentage, 662; conversion,
663; course at Hoxton and Glas-
gow, 665; pastorate and tutor-
ship at Blackburn, 666; removal
to Stepney, 667; his noncon-
formity, 669; his writings, 670;

Lectures on Roman Catholicism,
672

as

a

public

Hassall, A. H., British Alge, 61;

cause of colour in the Red Sea,

62
Heugh, Rev. H., Funeral Sermons

for, 697, 712; his character, 698,
707; spiritual experience, 697 ;
settlement at Stirling and Glas-
gow, 701 ; last days, 701; pros-
perity in his ministry, 702; dili-
gence in his pastoral and denomi.
national duty, 703; advocacy of
the voluntary principle, &c., 705,
709; character
speaker, 706; atonement contro-
versy, 708; his publications, 709
Hexapla, The English, 638
Hook, Dr. W. F., on National Edu-

cation, 280, 301 ; objections to the
principle of state education, 285 ;
religious neutrality cannot be pre-
served, 287; objections to its modus
operandi, 288; not the duty of
the state, ib. ; hostile to freedom,
291; increases the power and pa-
tronage of the executive, ib. ; im-
possible to be enforced, 295; State
interference needless, 296; duty
of dissenters, 297; profound im-
portance of the subject, 306; au-
thor's disclaimer of church and

state alliance, 303
Horne, T. H., Introduction to Holy

Scripture, 183; defects of the 91
edition, 184; plagiarisms and
errors, 187 ; omissions, 189

Galt, J., Life of Wolsey, 380
German Nove ists :-Schnabel, Gel-

lert, Hermes, 468; Wieland, 469;
Musæus and Trim, 470; Meissner,
Tiedge, 471; Countess Hahn
Hahn, Fanny Tarnow, 472; Kotz-
ebue, 472; Schiller, 473; Tieck,
Nicolai, 474; Klinger, 476; Von

Knigge, 477
Gleig, Rev. G. R., Sale's Brigade in

Affghanistan, 253
Glimpses of the Wonderful, 781
Godly Sayings of the Ancient Fa-

thers, 510
Goethe, W. Von, his Prose Novels,

465; Werter, 469; Wilhelm Meis-
Gordon, A., on the Irish Church, 239;

a great grievance, 240, 246; in-
efliciency, 243; Whig temporising
policy, 245; Lord John Russell
on Roman Catholic endowment,

248; his scheme, 249
Gore, Mrs., New Year's Day, 780
Grammont's Memoirs of Court of

Charles II., 94; their immorality,
95, and slight historical value,

96; escape of Charles, 97
Gray, J. T., Exercises in Logic, 92
Grote, G., History of Greece, 257 ;

objections to its form, 261; growth
of mythology, 259; iconoclasm of
the early Christians right, 260;
influence of the poets religiously
pernicious, 265 ; enlargements of
the Homeric legends of the gods,
266 ; untrustworthiness of the
poetical legends, 267, 270; theory
of intrinsic credibility, 269; belief
of the Greeks themselves of no
authority, 271; Argonautic fables,
272; Amazons, 274; theory of
Odyssey and Iliad, 276; abnor-
mal character of the Spartans,

279
Guizot, F., History of Civiliza-

tion, 509, translated by Hazlitt,
252

ter, 470

Irish Presbyterian Assembly, 585 ;

discussion of Regium Donum, 587

James, G. P. R., Heidelberg, 637
Jenyns, Rev.L., Observations in Na-

tural History, 688; irregular ap-
pearance of species, 691 ; solitary
specimens, 694; time at which
birds begin to sing in the morning,
695; pugnacity of redbreast, 696;
dahliahs destructive to bees, 696

Hanserd Knollys Society, 611; pur-

King, Rev. D., Lord's Supper, 508
King, J.A., Argentine Republic, 192;

atrocities of civil warfare, 194;
Chirinones Indians, 196 ; popular
superstition, 197; gambling, 199;
political condition, 202; tyranny

of Rosas, 204
Kitto, Dr. J., Cyclopedia of Biblical

pose, 618

Harvey, Dr. H., Phycolgia Britanni-

ca, 60, 64

Literature, 417; its plan, 419;
Hengstenberg's change of view
on prophecy, 422; his errors,
424; articles on natural history,
426; Behemoth, 428; geographi-
cal and archæological articles,
430; angels of the churches, 432;

biblical history and biography,435
Kitto, John, Gallery of Scripture

Engravings, 743, 746
Kitto, John, Standard Edition of

Pictorial Bible, 781
Knox, A., Life of Wesley, 504

Leechman, John, Logic, 92
Life in California, 438; mission of

St. Luis Rey, 440 ; tone of morals,
443; bear-baiting, 445 ; bull-

fights, ib. ; religious usages, 447
Literary Intelligence, 127, 255, 383,

511,639, 783

on

Macintosh, Sir James, Miscellaneous

Works, 101, his start in life, 103;
great reputation while alive, ib.;
Vindiciæ Gallicæ, 105 ; opinions
on church property, 107; dis-
sertation on the progress of ethi-
cal philosophy, 110; character of
Hobbes, ib. ; of Cudworth, 113;
Butler's analogy, 113; Revolution

of 1688, 116
Mackenzie, Rev. J.M., Remains of,

79; his early training, 80; con-
version, 81; college course, 82 ;
settlement at Poole, 86; marriage

and tutorship, 87; death, 88
McNeile, Rev. H., Sermon on Prince

Albert's Visit to Liverpool, 460
Marryatt, Capt., Privateersman, One

Hundred Years ago, 381
Marsh, E. G., Chrysostom on the

Priesthood, 509
Martin, W. C. L., History of the

Dog, 168 ; its original stock, 171;
Jewish prejudice against, 174;
classic customs, ib.; Polar dogs,
176; shepherd's dog, 178; dog
of St. Bernard, 179; sagacity, 180;

hydrophobia, 182
Martineau, H., Forest and Game-law

Tales, 230 ; Norman forest law,
231 ; Archbishop Langton, 234;
Waltham Blacks, 235; present
times, 236; real hunting, 237

Mignet, F. A., History of French

Revolution, 638
Milner, Rev. T., Elevation of the

People, 507
Ministry, A revived, the hope for a

revired church, 23; deep piety
needed, 27; and an aggressive
character, 29; power of personal
influence of religious teachers, 33;
principles of selection for the

office, 37
Monthly Prize Essays, 505
Norton, Hon. Mrs., Fisher's

Drawing Room Scrap Book, 743
Old England's Alarum, 125
Palliser, Mrs., Modern Poetical

Speaker, 254
Payne, G., Lectures Divine

Sovereignty, 253
Pericles, a Tale, 40; its era, persons,

and plot, 42—46 ; Socrates and
the fuller, 47; episode of Lyde
and Arete, 49; a practical man,
51; immorality of Greek mytho-
logy, 55 ; true character of Peri-
cles, 57; foreign mothers not
under legal disabilities at Athens,

59 ; war against Samos, 59
Peschel, C. F., Elements of Physics,

455 ; discovery of the dip of the
magnetic needle, 457 ; electro-

dynamics, 459
Pictorial History of England-Last

Years of George in., 205, 216 ;
comparative war taxation of Erg-
land and France, 209; revival of
literature, 210; public improve-

ments-bridge architecture, 213
Princeton Theological Essays, 448

— 454; Tholuck on the Influence
of the New Philosophy, 448; Kant,
Fichte, and Schelling, 449; Ja-
cobi, 450-453

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dowed by the State, 378;. duty of Speculative Difficulties of Professing
Dissenters, 379

Christians, 510
Round Preacher, The, 129–131
Royal Gems from Galleries of Europe, Tayler, J. J., Retrospect of Religious
254

Life in England, 513; author's
Ryland, J. E., Life of Foster, 346;

sketch of Dr. Owen, 515; capa-
character of his father, 349; his

bilities of Puritanism, 516; spirit
childhood, 350; enters college,

of Dr. Watts's ministry, 517;
351; slight interest in institu-

Unitarian reasoning, 518; mis-
tional religion, 352; settlement

understanding of orthodox belief,
at Chichester, 353; marriage,

524 ; author's object, 526; his
354 ; life at Stapleton, ib.; last

idea of Christian Union, 527 ; his
hours, ib.; his originality, 356 ;

theory of development, 528, 532
extracts from his journals, 357;

Taylor, Dr. W. C., Modern British
tendency to gloomy judgments of

Plutarch, 255
men and things, 360; state of the

Thirlwall, C., History of Greece, 381
departed, 362; nonconformity, Tholuck,'Merits of Calvin, 510
363; opinions on future punish-

Thompson, W., Recollections of
ment, 365; Mr. Shepherd's notices

Mexico, 307; slavery, 308; Mexi-
of him, 348

can robbers, 309; wealth of the

church, 311 ; feast of St. Augus-
Schlegel, A. W., Lectures on Dra-

tin , 312; army, 314 ; General
malic Art, 125

Santa Anna, 315; constitution,
Schlosser, F. C., History of Nine-
teenth Century, 65; literature in

Thorn, Rev., on The Evangelical
England and France at close of

Alliance, 786
seventeenth century, 68 ; influ-

Townsend, W. C., Lives of Eminent
ence of Locke's Philosophy, 69;
Voltaire, 71; Montesquieu, 72 ;

Judges, 478 ; Lord Kenyon, 481 ;

Ellenborough, ib.; Hastings's
Hume, 73; Rousseau, 75

trial, 483 ; Lord Holland's re-
Scott, A., Common Sense and Rights

proof, 484; Hone's trial, 486;
of Conscience, 126

Erskine, 488 ; his first retainer,
Sharpe, S., History of Egypt, 124

489; Horne Tooke's trial, 490
Smith, Sir C. E., Edinburgh elec-

Tracts on Liberty of Conscience, 611
tion, 367 ; Irish ecclesiastical

Trench, Rev. F., Scotland, its Faith
policy of the whigs, 368 ; Maya
nooth endowment bill, 370; en-

and Features, 339; railroad men,

340; Scotch mountain scenery,
dowment of Roman - catholic

343 ; anecdote of Walter Scott,
clergy, 372; declarations of cabi-

345 ; clerical pietism, 346
net ministers, 372–376 ; their

Tweedy, W. K., Calvin and Ser.
intentions, 376
Smith, W., Dictionary of Biography

vetus, 511
and Mythology, 591
Stephen, D. R., Luther, Milton, and Vaughan, R., Tracts and Treatises
Pascal, 382

of John de Wycliffe, 611, 614
Strickland, A., Lives of Queens of

England, 594; Henrietta Maria, Wilson, James, Silent Love, 126
594 ; birth of Charles u., 596; Wilson Thomas, Memoir of, by his
residence in France, 600; prose- Son, 549; vocation of religious
lytism, 601; author's one-sided laymen, 550; inconsistency of
view of character of Charles I., parents, ib.; Mr. Wilson's parent-
603; Catherine of Braganza, 605; age, 561; apprenticeship. 552 ;
charge of corruption against Al- attainments, 553; retirement from

gernon Sidney refuted, 608, 742 business, 555; usefulness, 556;
Southey, R., Life of Wesley, 504 Hoxton College, 557; his kind-
ness to the students, 558; views | Wycliffe Society, 611; formation,
of preaching, 559; their defects, 613, its failure, 617; reasons for,
561 ; his liberality, 564; chapell 618
building, 565; trust deeds, 567;
last days, 571

Yonatt, W., The Dog, 168
Woes of War, 126

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