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MYLES MACPHAIL, 11 SOUTH ST. DAVID STREET.
LONDON : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & Co.
H. & J. Pilians, PRINTERS, 7. James's Court, Edinburgh.
CONTENTS TO VOL. XXIII.
No. CXXXIII.-Books of the Season, 1.--Druidism, 15.-India :-
Past, Present, and Future, 28.-India Grants, and Dr Veitch's
Reasons, 39.—Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece, 50.—Literary
Notice, 63.—Ecclesiastical Intelligence, 64.
No. CXXXIV.-India :—Past, Present, and Future-continued, 65.
- Professor Laycock's Lectures on Temperance. Lecture I., 81.-
Lord Elgin and the Common Schools of Canada, 96.—The Parish
School Crisis, 104.—David, King of Israel, 106.—Scotch Episco-
pacy the Pioneer of Popery, 112.-The Exhibition of the Royal
Scottish Academy, 1857, 122.—Literary Notice, 127.-Ecclesiasti-
cal Intelligence, 128.
No. CXXXV.-India :-Past, Present, and Future-continued, 129.
-Professor Laycock's Lectures on Temperance. Lecture II., 144.
- The Unity of the Bible, &c., 162.-Egypt: Ancient and Modern,
180.—Nina: a Ballad, 188.-Carmichael's Horace, 192.-Ecclesi-
astical Intelligence, 194.
No. CXXXVI.—New Education Bills and Pamphlets, 199.--Exhibi-
tion of Royal Scottish Academy, 208.—Precursors of Knox, 213.-
An Overture Over-hauled :-on Grants in Aid to Schools in India,
220.—The Unity of the Bible, &c.—continued, 238.-Dr Lee's Re-
ference Bible, 251.-Elegy : on visiting the Grave of Flora Mac-
donald, 257.---Literary Notices, 259.--Ecclesiastical Intelligence,
No. CXXXVII.-India :-Past, Present, and Future--continued,
263.—The Tobacco Question, 276.-—“Edinburgh Dissected,” 288.
-Aurora Leigh, 296.—The Church of Scotland's Duty to the
Masses, 305.—The Accordance of Christianity with the Nature of
Man, 312.-University Reform, 320.--Literary Notices, 324.-
Ecclesiastical Intelligence, 326.
No. CXXXVIII.—Analysis of the Debate on the Grants in Aid, 327.
“ The Testimony of the Rocks," 344.—Works on the Races of
Man, 362.-"Christ and his Lambs,” 367.-Nichol's British Poets,
and Professor Wilson's Essays, 373.-Lazarus : a brief Treatise on
Miracles, 382.—Ecclesiastical Intelligence, 390.