Chronicle of Sir Walter of Heming. Dowden, R., Wild Flowers, 378.

burgh, 334; value of this work, Doyle, M., Rural Economy for Far-
334; extracts, 336; quarrel be mers und Gardeners, 246.
tween Church and State in 1298, Druitt, R., Plain Rules for Cottage
337; naval engagement between Walls to be observed in cases of lll-
the English and the French, 340. ness or Accident, 416.
Church of Rome, Infallibility of, 110.
Clinton, H. F., An Epitome of the Earp, G. B., The Popular Library,

Civil und Literary Chronology of Gold Colonies of Australia, 389.
Greece, 109.

Eastman, M.H., Aunt Phillis's Cabin;
Cochrane, J., Discourses on the diffi or, Southern Life as it is, 717, 742.
cult texts of Scripture, 501.

Eclipse of Faith, The, 358; conversa-
Collette, C. H., The Pope's Supremacy tion respecting infidel spiritualism,
a Thing of Priestcraft

, 503.

359; Mr. Newman's works, 361 ;
Cooper, B. H., The Free Church of Belief and Faith, 364; observations

Ancient Christendom, and its sub on, 363 ; opposition to divine reve-
jugation under Constantine, 585; lation, 365; A sceptic's select
character of work, 586 ; its title, party, 366 historical criticism, 368.
587; apostolic period, 588; ques Ede, J., The Economy of Prayer, 497.
tion of the origin of prelacy, 591; Edwards, W.T, Heroes og the Bible,
the Free Church, 593.

Cox, Dr., Female Scripture Biogra Erastus ; or, How the Church was
phy, 114.

made, 626.
Cox, E. W., The Advocate, 618.
Cox, J., Divine Mercy, 499.

Fairbairn, Rev. P., Ezekiel, 246.
Crawshaw, Rev. J., A Series of Lec Farinis Roman State, from 1815 to
tures to Children, 112.

1850, 1; disaffection to Papal go-
Cumming, Dr., Voices of the Dead, 242. vernment, 2; the States of the
Cyclopædia Bibliographica, 373. Church, 4; hopes of the people on the

accession of Pope Pius IX., 6; their
Davies, J. L., The Republic of Pluto, enthusiasm, 7; Pope's hypocrisy, 8;

first outbreak, 9; assassination of
De Lamartine, A., Histoire de la Rossi, 10; flight of the Pope, 13.

Restauration, 57 ; author's charac Ferguson, R., New and Popular His-
ter, 58; flight of Napoleon to Elba, tory of England, 247.
59; scene at la Mure, 60; feeling Flourens, M., Discourse on Geoffroy
in Paris, 63; acts of the Allied Saint-Hilaire, 645; early lite of
Sovereigns, 65; life of Murat, 66. Geoffroy, 647; early associates,
Discourses Addressed to Mixed Con. 648; connexion with Cuvier in
gregations, 435.

zoology, 650; as an anatomist, 652;
Dissertatiunculæ Quædam Critico controversy with Cuvier, 654.
Theologicæ, 435.

Foster, B. F., The Origin and Pro-
Dixon, H., Robert Blake, 407 ; power gress of Book-keeping, 503.

of our navy, 407; seizure of the Foster, C. J., The University of Lor-
Scilly Isles, 409; also of the Channel don a Parliamentary Constituency,
Isles, 409; battles with the Dutch 91; composition of London Uni-
and other powers, 410; seizure and versity,' 92 ; equality sought with
destruction of Spanish silrer fleets, Oxford and Cambridge, 93 ; forma-
412, 413; character, 414.

tion of Graduates' Committee, 94 ;
D'Oberkirch, Baroness, Memoirs of acts of the senate, 95; movement

the, 553 ; period of entrance into for parliamentary franchise, 101.
public life, 555 ; Marie Antoinette,
557; Louis XVI., 558; state of Gillies, R. P., Memoirs of a Literary
society, 559; Joseph II. of Austria, Veteran-see Jerdan.
559; Paul Emperor of Russia, Gleig, G. R., The Leipsic Campaign,
560; habits of Parisians, 562.



Good Health, 416.

pute, 437; an ecclesiastical
Gospel and the Great Apostasy, The, contest, 438 ; as theological, 439;

reasons for opposing Rome, 443;
Gospel Records of the Life of Christ, Mr. Hare's dealing with the evils of

the Church, 446.
Gospels Combined, The, 245.

Hazlitt, W., The Life of Napoleon
Greece, The History of, 625.

Buonaparte, 108, 378.
Grenville Papers, The, 196 ; recent | Heighway, O. W. T, Leila Ada, the

publications, 197; history of the Jewish Convert, 630.
Grenvilles, 199; Pitt's counsel on Hope, J., Brittany and the Bible, 241.
deuth of Pelhum, 200 ; murriage, Hoppus, Dr., Education, 619.
200; policy of George III., 201; Houston, Dr., The Judgment of the
administration of Pitt, 202 ; accep Papacy, 112.
tance of a pension, 203; the Duke
of Newcastle, 204; Bute's premier Instinct and Reason Definitely Sepa-
ship, 207; G. Grenville's do., 209; rated, 246.
prosecution of Wilkes, 209; nego-
tiations with Pitt, 211; Rocking. | James, J. A., The Course of Faith, 110.
ham administration, 213; character Jameson, Mrs., Sketches in Cunadu,375.
of Rockingham, 214.

Jerdan, W., Autobiography of, 175;
Guizot, M., Shakespeare and his Times, defects in autobiographies, 175 ;

455 ; Shakespeure's greatness, 455; career of Mr. Gillies, 178 ; of Mr.
defect of present work, 459; re Jerdan, 181; his literary engage-
marks on his dramatic system, 462; ments, 181; disappointment with,
characters chosen, 464; Hamlet, 465; 183; Thomas Wilde, 184; Proby,185.
feeling of loyalty, 466.

Journal of Sucred Literature, The, 624.
Gunnison, J. W., The Mormons, or

Latter-Day Saints, in the Valley of Kemp, T. L., The Natural History of
the Greut Salt Lake, 669.

Creution, 374.
Gustavus Vusu, The History of, 496. Kennedy, J., Modern Poets and
Gutzla ff, Rev. C., The Life of Tuou Poetry of Spain, 632.

Kwang, 81; ignorance concerning Kidd, G. B., The Doctrine of the Ma-
Chinese empire, 82; its conserva nifestations of the Son of God, 627.
tism, 83; coronation of Taou Kingsley, C., Sermons on National
Kuang, 85; his government, 86; Subjects, 240.
state of the people, 87; hostilities Kitto, Dr., Daily Bible Illustrations,
against the English, 88.

Haldane, A., Memoirs of the Lives | Laing, S., Observations on the Social

of Robert and James A. Haldane, and Political State of Denmark, 37;
341; early life of, 342; enter the special interest to Englishmen, 39;
naval service, 344 ; conversion to condition of people, 41; educa-
Christianity, 349 ; exertions of tion of, 43; population, 45 ; com-
James to spread Christianity, 351; parison of Copenhagen with Edin-
ditto of Robert, 352.

burgh, 46; abolition of capital
Hamber, F. M., Law of Partnership, punishments, 48.

68; superiority of continental sys Larom, C, The Families of Holy
tem, 69; evil effects of English Scripture, 242.
system, 70; liability of English part Leask, W., The Beauties of the Bible,
ners, 71; French law, 71; English 49.
testimonies in favour of change, 75; Legge, Dr. J., The Notions of the
cases, 77.

Chinese concerning God und Spirits,
Hare, J. C., The Contest with Rome, 617.

435; Dr. Newman's arguments 10 Le Prince, Mad., Le Robinson Chré-
his former followers, 435; the con tien, 279.
test with Rome, as a political dis Letters from Italy and Vienna, 495.

Lily of St. Paul's, The, 106.

Mossman, S., The Gold Fields of
Literary Intelligence, 126, 260, 387, Australia, 389.
516, 642, 776.

Mursell, J. P., A Discourse on the
Literature to Men of Business, The Christian Ministry, 625.
Importance of, 244.

Muston, Dr. A., The Israel of the
Lorimer, P., Healthy Religion erem Alps, 627.

plified in the Life of the late Mr. Napoleon Dynasty, The, 620.
Andrew Jack of Edinburgh, 503. Neander, A., The Epistle of Paul to

the Philippians, and the Epistle of
Macaulay, T. B., Lord Bacon, 377. James, 249.
Mac Farlane, C., Japan, 468; igno- Newman, J. H., An Essay on the De-

rance concerning, 468; Portuguese velopment of Christian Doctrine,
intercourse, with, 470; the Jesuits, 435; Doctrinal Treatises of St.
471 ; persecutions, 472 ; Dutch Athanasius, 435; Ecclesiastical mi-
trade, 472 ; English, 473 ; character racles, 435; the difficulties felt by
of government, 474; literature, Anglicans in submitting to the Ca-

tholic Church, 435; the present posi-
Mackenzie, D., Readings in Popular tion of Catholics in England, 435.

Literature; Ten Years in Australiu, North, J. W., A Weck on the Isles of

Scilly, 247.
Mackenzie, W. B., The Justified Be Nuns and Nunneries, 633.

liever, 247.
Madden, R. R., The Shrines and Sepul Osborn, S., Stray Leaves from an

chres of the Old and New Worlds, Arctic Journal, 241.

Oxford University Commission, 223;
Mannering, E., Bible Fruit for Little obstacles to university reform, 223 ;
Children, 500.

desire of reform, 227; work of the
Manual of Geographical Science, commission, 230; university exten-
Mathematical, Physical, 106.

sion, 231 ; legislation, 234; profes-
Marks, Rev. D. W., Sermons at the sors, 235; observance of statutes,

West London Synagogue of British 236 ; non-admission of dissenters,
Jews, 245.

Martineau, J., Miscellanies, 621.
Messenger of Mercy, The, 628. Parsons, B., A Letter to Richard
Metcalte, C. J., The Channel Islands, Cobden, Esq., M.P., on State Edu-

cation, 627.
M-Gill, Rev. J., Secret Prayer, 248. Pascal, The Works of, 530; early life,
Michauds History of the Crusaules, 531; scientific genius, 532 ; his
248, 377.

study of physics, 535; bad health,
Noir, D. M., The Poetical Works of, 539; retirement to Port Royal,

146 ; poets' lives, 146 ; life of D. M. 542; strife between the Jesuits
Moir, 148 ; domestic verses, 152; and Jansenists, 542; the Provincial
science and poetry, 153; his death, Letters,' 544; the • Thoughts,' 548 ;

157; description of his poetry, 157. various editions, 549; personal cha-
Money, E., A Letter on the Cultiva-

racter, 551.
tion of Cotton in India, 129; defi Pashley, R., Pauperisin and Poor
ciency of roads, 129; who is re Laws, 261; condition of working-
sponsible to make the roads, 131; classes, 261; errors of author,
also railways, 134 ; sources of 264; causes of, 267; duration of
Indian revenue, 137 ; modes of life, 272; state of pauper legisla-
assessment, 138 ; unfairness of, tion, 273; the Law of Settlement,
140; effects of education, 145. 275.
Morell, J. D., The Analysis of Sen Paul, W., Analysis and Critical Inter-
tences erplained, 631.

pretation of the Hebrew Text of the
Morgan, R. W., A Vindication of the Book of Genesis, fc., 502.

Church of England, 502, 624. Peace Society Government Prosecu

tions, The, 607; lack of militia- | Roget, P. M., Thesaurus of English
men, 609; expenses of army, navy, Words and Phrases, 623.
and ordnance, 611; testimony
against the militia, 612.

Safety in Peril, 112.
Peel, Captain, A Ride through the Saints our Example, The, 505.
Nubian Desert, 376.

Sangster, J., The Rights and Duties
Peyrat, N., The Pastors in the Wil of Property, 623.
derness, 496.

Scott, W. B., Steps in the Journey of
Pictorial Family Bible, 107.

Prince Legion, 112.
Pococke, E., India in Greece, 159; Sidney, S., The Three Colonies of

origin of the Pelasgi, 159; language Australia, 389, 565; historical sec-
of, 161; Indian emigration, 162; tion, 566 ; transportation, 567;
origin of the_Druids, 165; colo administrations of governors, 569;
nization of Egypt and Palestine, establishment and progress of Vic-
167; mythology, 173.

toria, 572; South Australia, 572;
Popery, The Head and the Heart en chapter on emigration ; 575, condi-

listed against, under the Banner of tion of Aborigines, 577.
Christian Truth, 497.

Slingsby Papers, The, 247.
Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Smith, C. L., The Jerusalem Deli-
Poets, g-c., 107.

vered of Torquato Tusso, 499.
Pridham, A., Notes and Reflections on Smith, Dr. J. P., The Relation be-

the Epistle to the Hebrews, 242. tween the Holy Scriptures and some
Pulling, W., Sonnets, written strictly purls of Geological Science, 113.
in the Italian style, 506.

Smith, M. P., Custle Deloraine, 243.
Quiet Hours, 451 ; life of the authors,

Smith, W. L. G., Uncle Tom's Cabin
450 ; extracts, 452.

as it is; or, Life at the South,

717, 740.
Ragged School Union Magazine, vol. Sortain, J., The Life of Francis Lord
iii., 498.

Bucon, 626.
Reign of Avarice, 111.

South, J. F., Household Surgery, 416 ;
Review of the Month: Rev. Mr. national and personal health, 416 ;

Bennett, 115; Reform of the books concerning the same, 418;
Church, 117; Education, 118; Mr. South's Popular Surgery, 424.
119; Trust Deeds of Schools, 118; Spencer, H., Social Statics, 243.
Maynooth, 119; Militia Bill, 120; Squier, E. G., Nicaragua; its People,
The Rev. J. E. Gladstone, 120; 8C., 307 ; condition of Nicarugua,
Out-door Preaching, 121 ; Supply 308 ; Indians, 309; an estate, 312;
of Gold, 122; Elections, 123, 250, schemes for communication be-
378; Bad Faith of Ministers, 251, tween Atlantie and Pacific Oceans,
380; State of Parties, 253, 507, 315.
634, 766; Return of Dissenters, Stansbury, H., An Erpedition to the
255, 381; Norwich Election, 256 ; Salt Lake of Utah, 669 ; dangers
Convocation of the Clergy, 384, of the journey, 670; importance
511, 637, 773 ; Wesleyans, 385 ; of the survey, 672 ; Greut Salt
Chancery Reform, 508; American Lake, 675; probable success of the
Fisheries, 509; Caffre War, 510; Mormon cities, 679 ; regulations at
Rev. Robert Moore, 510; Australia, the Salt Luke city, 683; the morality
512; Death of the Duke of Wels of Mormonism, 683; religious opi-
lington, 514, 640, 775 ; President nions of, 685.
of France, 640; Election of Ox State of Man Subsequent to the Pro-
ford University Chancellor, 640; mulgation of Christiunity, 504.
Congregational Union, 641 ; Death Story, Joseph, Life and Letters of,
of Daniel Webster, 774; London 688; settlement and progress of the
University, 774.

United States, 683; early life of
Rockingham, Memoirs of the Marquis subject, 689; change in religious
of, see Grenville Papers.

opinions, 691 ; devotion to poetry,

695 ; study of the law, 696 ; his Vanderkiste, R. W., Sir Years' Mis-
success, 697 ; his opinion against sion in London, 248.
slavery, 699; his various works, Vaughan, D. J., The Republic of

Plato, 622.
Stowe, H. B., Uncle Tom's Cabin, Vaughan, Dr., The Personality of the

109, 717; friendly feeling towards Tempter, 377.
America, 718; American slavery, Vinet, A., Pastoral Theology : the
719; popularity of work, 720; Theory of a Gospel Ministry, 745 ;
biography of author, 721 ; outrage the Christian Ministry not a priest-
at Cincinnati, 723; nature of the hood, 746; conflicts between faith and
slave system, 726 ; discrimination, doubt, 750; necessity for men of
727; Quaker settlement, 730; Eva, pulpit power, 754; elements of this
731 ; charge of exaggeration, 732, power, 757 ; means of acquiring it,
738; English labourer, 739; Uncle 761; its desirableness, 766.
Tom's Cabin as it is, 740; dunt Voss's Louisa, 500.
Phillis's Cubin, 742 ; The White
Slave, 744.

Wallace, A., The Bible and the
St. John, H., History of the British Working Classes, see Leask.

Conquests in Indin, 595; com Weaver, R., Popery Considered, 656;
mencement of our Indian Empire, anathema pronounced on the excom-
595 ; its extension, 596 ; its civi municated, 666; oath of secrecy
lization, 597 ; characters of go taken by Jcsuits, 667.
vernors, 599; annexation of the Werne, F., African Wanderings, 375,
Carnatir, 602 ; picture of Affgha- Wesleyan Conference, The, 477;
nistan, 603; absence of notice of power of expulsion, 478; constitu-
missionary work, 604.

tion and order of the Wesleyan
Stuart, M., A Commentary on the Methodist Church, 478 ; arbitrary
Book of Proverbs, 104.

powers of the clergy, 481 ; position
Surenne, G., A Dictionary of the of Wesleyanism, 484; pastoral

French and English Languages, power of excision, 486 ; congrega-

tionalists, 488; Scripture texts on

excision, 490; present aspect of the
Taylor, J., Wesley and Methodism, controversy, 491.

15; biographies of Wesley, 15; Whately, Dr., The Claims of Truth
present work, 17; sketch of John

and of Unity considered, 494.
Wesley, 18; Charles Wesley, 21; White, J. T., Latin Grammar, 502.
elements of Methodisın, 24 ; form White Slave, The, 717, 744.
of, 27; revised constitution, 31; Williams, Dr., Religious Progress;
opposition to, 32; expulsions, 33; and Lectures on the Lord's Prayer,
despotism of Conference, 34.

Temperance Cyclopadia, The, 111. Wilson, G., Electricity and the Electric
Tower-Church Sermons, 217; Mr. Telegraph, 374.

Binney's discourses, 218; Judaism Wright, T., The Celt, the Roman,
spiritually developed, 219; salvu and the Saron, 579 ; lineage of the
tion in Julness, 221.

English, 579 ; degree of civilization

before the Roman invasions, 581;
Tregelles, S. P., Lecture on the population of the free towns, 583;

Authorship and Transmission of the introduction of Christianity, 584.
New Testament, 113.

Wylie, J. A., The Papucy, 656 ; con-
Tuvier, C. L., An Exposition of the trol of public opinion over Roman-

Principal Motives which induced ism, 657; the Canon Law, 659; ob-
me to leave the Church of Rome, servations on the condition of Italy,

663; the new Catholic League,
Tyre; its Rise, Glory, and Desola 665

tion, 506.

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