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* Addresses to Working Men,' Bur-

ton's, 528.
Alford's, Dean,' Book of Genesis, 480.
* Ancient Meeting Houses,' Pike's,

161.
• Anecdote, New Cyclopædia of,' 528.
* Anster Fair,' Tennant's, 238.
• Aspects of Authorship,' Jacox's, 525.
Aubrey's 'History of England,' 500.
Auerbach, rthold, The Writings of,

344; “Spinoza,' 345 ; pantheism,
347; village stories, 349; Black
Forest life, 351; German senti.
ment, 353; ‘On the Heights,' 355 ;
pantheistic morals, 357; Irma,
359 ; . The Country House on the
Rhine,' 362.

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Darwin's 'Expression of the Emo.

tions,' 516.
D'Aubigné, Merle, 466.
• Days of Jezebel, The,' Bayne's, 243.
Dean's Memoir of Rev. Michael

Wigglesworth,' 118.
• Delhi and other Poems,' Kelley's,

234.
Demaus' "Life of William Tyndale,'

42.
Denniston's . Sacrifice for Sin,' 483.
• Diary of a Young French Officer,' 242.
• Doctrine of Christ,' Steane's, 482.
Duyckinck's 'Encyclopædia of Ame-

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rican Literature,' 118.

• Bampton Lecture on Methodism, The'

185.
Bayne's · The Days of Jezebel,' 243.
• Bennet Judgment, The,' 245.
• Bible Student, The,' 486.
• Biblical Museum, The,' 486.
* Biology, Introduction to,' Nichol.

son's, 250.
• Blind Olive,' 527.
Blume's Operations of the German

Armies,' 240.
Boguslawski's, Von, · Tactical Deduc-

tions,' 240.
• Bourne, Hugh, Life of,' 526.
Bree's • Exposition of Fallacies,' 254.
Brooke's, Stopford, Sermons,' 473.
• Brotherhood of Men, The,' 528.
· Cæsar in Britain,' 234.
• Catholicism and the Vatican,' Whit-

tle's, 214.

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Elementary Education Act, 429;

earlier attempts, 433; sources of
the Act, 437; charges against Mr.
Forster, 441 ; the recent Wesleyan
Committee, 443; the resolutions
adopted by it, 445; Board Schools,
448; clauses seventeen and twenty-

five, 453; compulsion, 455.
Elgin, Lord, and Sir Henry Lawrence,

530

311; two rulers, 313; Lord Elgin's
first governorship, 315; Lord Elgin
in Canada, 317; mission to China,
319; treaty of Tien-Tsin, 321 ;
second mission to China, 323;

Viceroy of India, 325.
· English Bible, The,' 43.
* Eros Agonistes,' 234.
• Essays on Eastern Questions,' Pal-

grave's, 502.
* Etudes Bibliques,' Godet's, 461.

child's, 86 ; object of the book, 87;
ignorance and nescience, 89; some.
thing more than phenomena, 91;
absolute existence of the Ego, 93;
design in the universe, 95; evi.
dence of embryology, 97; perso-
nality of the Creator, 101 ; creation
by law, 103; evolution, 105; 18-
tural selection, 107; evidence of
geology, 109; the only force is
will, 113; Faith versus Imagina-

tion, 117.
* Historical Course for Schools,' Free-

man's, 495.
Hodge's • Systematic Theology,' 221.
'Horace,' Lord Lytton's, 230.
Hübner's Life and Times of Sixtus

the Fifth,' 489.

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Fénelon's - Christ the Consoler,' 222.
Feuerbach, 468.

First Book of Botany, The,' 514.
* Forces of Nature,' Guillemin's, 514.
Foreigner in Fur Cathay, The,' Med-

hurst's, 516.
· Forms of Water,' Tyndall's, 515.

From Old to New,' 528.
Fraser's, Donald, “Synoptical Lec-

tures,' 478.
* Fraser's Magazine' for Oct. 1857, 1.
Freeman's 'Historical Course,' 495.

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Kentish's · Cæsar in Britain,' 234.
Kingdom of God under the Old Tes-
tament,' Hengstenberg's, 457.
Kingsley's • Town Geology,' 257.
Knight of Intercession, The,' S. J.
Stone's, 234.

• Gareth and Lynette, Tennyson's,

394; the male Cinderella, 395; al-
legory, 397; the beauty of death,
399 ; decay of Arthurian chivalry,

401 ; Tristram, 403.
• Genesis and Part of Exodus,' Dean

Alford's, 480.
Godet on the Angels, 461.
'Goodwin, John,' Jackson's “Life of,'

501.
• Gott und die Natur,' Ulrici's, 265.
Gough’s ‘Songs of the Woodlands,'

234.
Government Telegraphs, 288; early

suggestions, 291; the uniform rate,
293 ; post-office establishment de-
scribed, 295 ; extension of the sys-
tem, 297; co-operation of postal
and telegraph systems, 301; com-
bination of employés, 305; boy

labour, 307.
Gregory's 'Science of Theology,' 483.
Grundtvig, 469.

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Lawrence, Sir Henry, early years of,

327; Afghan war, 331 ; the Sikh
war, 335 ; Lord Dalhousie, 337; the
Indian Mutiny, 339; the defence of

Lucknow, 341.
* Lays of the Highlands,' Blackie's,

521.
* Legends of St. Patrick,' 234.
Leifchild's Higher Ministry of Na-

ture,' 86.
*Life among the Maories,'Ward's, 508.
• Lives of English Popular Leaders-

Langton,' Maurice's, 493.
Longer English Poems,'Hales's, 249.
London, Civic and Social, 161; the

seventeenth century, 163; foreign
trade, 165; state and local legis-
lation, 167; Court of Common Coun-
cil, 169; municipal system, 171 ;
the companies, 175; foreign guilds,
177; pauperism, 181; social life,

183.
Loraine's. Voice of the Prayer Book,'

487.
‘Lutheranism,'132; Confessional The-

ology, 133; Protestantism, 137; the
Reformed communion, 138; Scrip-
ture, 141; inspiration, 143; the
Creeds, 145; Augsburg Confession,

* Hannibal,' Nichol's, 519.
· Haunted Crust, The,' 264.
Haweis's “Thoughts for the Times,'

258.
Hawthorne's 'Septimius,' 261.

Hebrews,' O'Connor on the, 486.
· Hebrews,' Steward on the, 406.
Hengstenberg's Kingdom of God,'

457.
'Hermann Agha,' Palgrave's, 263.
Higher Ministry of Nature, Leif.

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Paine's ' Physiology of the Soul and

Instinct,' 219.
Palgrave's · Essays,' 502.

Philosophy of Christianity,' 484.
Pike's . Ancient Meeting Houses,'161.
• Plain Pulpit Talk,' Cooper's, 179.
Porter's Science and Humanity,'

510.
Premiums Paid to Experience,' 527.
Pusey's University Sermons,' 473.

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Macafee's Pillar and Ground of the

Truth,' 479.
Martin's Origin and History of the

New Testament,' 485.
Methodism, the Bampton Lecture on,

185 ; the Evangelical Alliance, 187;
the Old Catholic Church, 189; Dis-
sent and heresy, 191 ; . Protest'and
· Dissent,' 195 ; Unitarianism, 197;
charges against Methodist doctrine,
199; conversion, 201, 205; assur-
ance, 207 ; perfection, 209; Metho.
dism and the Church of England,

213.
• Missionary World, The,' 488.
• Moabite Stone, The,' Walsh's, 264.
Music and Poetry; their origin and

functions; genesis of art, 3; rise of
music in Italy and Germany, 9;
artist and public, 13; æsthetic cul-
ture in England, 15; physiological
explanations, 17; sounds and mus.
cular action, 21; effects of music
on speech, 25; poetry a greater art
than music, 31; music of the fu-
ture, 35.

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• National and Domestic History of

Sacrifice for Sin,' Denniston's, 483.
• Science and Humanity,' Porter's, 510.
* Science of Theology,' Gregory's, 483.
Senior’s ‘Correspondence of DeTocque-

ville,' 225.
Septimius,' Hawthorne's, 261.
Sermons, Recent, 473.
Sheppard v. Bennett, Judgment, 245.
“Sixtus the Fifth, Life and Times of,'

489.
Songs from the Woodlands, Gough,

238.
Songs in God's World,' 523.
Spurgeon's · Treasury of David,' 223.
Steane's · Doctrine of Christ,' 482.
Steward on Epistle to the Hebrews,'

England,' Aubrey's, 500.
New England Puritan Literature, 118;

religious origin of the settlement of
America, 119; Williams's eontro-

versy, 121; the Wigglesworths, 123.
Nichol's · Hannibal,' 519.
Nicholson's • Biology,' 250.
Norton's • Commentaries on the His-

tory of the City of London,' 161.

406 ; Mr. Steward as a theologian,
407; the offices of Christ, 409; the
Indivisible Person, 411; sovereignty
of the atonement, 414; active and
passive righteousness, 417; the
diorthosis, 419; inspiration, 421;
the Holy Spirit, 423; the Spirit

and the Person of Christ, 425.
Stone's · Knight of Intercession,' 234.
Strauss' Confession of Faith,' 366;

reviewing life, 367; the Person of
Jesus, 369 ; mythical theory, 371;
tendency theory, 373 ; the Gospels
and Acts, 375; Paul the founder of
Christianity? 377; Genesis of re.
ligion, 379; God and space, 381;
arguments for the being of God,
383; immortality, 385 ; reward and
punishment, 387; materialism and
pantheism, 389.
Stray Thoughts,' Prettyman's, 525.
Systematic Theology,' Hodge's, 221.

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O'Connor's • Epistle to the Hebrews,'

486.
Official Works on the Franco-Prussian

War, 240.
• Orchids, The Fairfield,' 258.
Organisation and Life,' 265 ; domain
of organic chemistry, 267; views of
Cuvier, 269; specific vital force, 271;
cell formation, 273 ; Schleiden's
views, 274; opinion of Johannes
Müller, 279; views of Wagner and
Flonrens, 283; Liebig's argument,
285.
Origin and History of the New Tes-
tament,' Martin's, 485.

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* Tales of Heroes,' 527.
• Talking to the Children,' Macleod's,

487.
Talmage's · Sermons,' 479.

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Tyndall's · Forms of Water," 515.

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Telegraphs-Report to House of Com-

mons and Postmaster General, 288.
Tennant's · Anster Fair,' 238.
Tennyson's. Gareth and Lynette,'394.
• Thoughts for the Times, 'Haweis’,258.
• Thoughts on Scientific Conclusions,'

511.
Timbs’s ‘London and Westminster,'

and Curiosities of London,' 161.
• Tocqueville, Alexis de, Correspond.

ence and Conversations of,' 225.
* Town Geology,' Kingsley's, 257.
• Training of Young Children, The,'528.

Treasury of David,' Spurgeon's, 223.
Tyndale, William, 42; early history,
45; at the university, 47; itinerant
preaching, 51 ; arrives in London,
53; first edition of the New Testa-
ment, 57; specimens of translation,
59; Parable of the Wicked Mam-
mon,'63; • Obedience of a Christian
man,' 65; extortions of the clergy,
67 ; the Pentateuch, 71; Sir Thomas
More, 77; his end, 85.

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Wartensleben's, Von, Operations of

the South Army,' 240.
• Wesley Tune Book, The,' 262.
• Western India,' Jacob's, 263.
Whittle's Catholicism and the Vati-

can,' 214.
Wigglesworth, Michael, his birth, 123 ;

College career, 125 ; his “Day of
Doom,'127; 'Meat out of the Eater,'

129.
Woodford's • Ordination Sermons,'

478.
Woodward's · Encyclopædia of Chro-

nology,' 497.

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