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H. G. Williams; some account of,
259; specimen of, 261.
177 ; his views of Inspiration de-
by London Quarterly Review, 180.
Babylon, researches in, 469.
Becket, character of, by Milman, 15.
Bethsaida, site of, 164.*
Bible, Roman Catholic, in England,
Biblical Literature, Library of, 429.
Book of Common Prayer, Řomaic ver-
sion of, 221.
Burgess, Rev. Dr. H., his translation
of the Festal Letters of Athanasius,
Capernaum, site of, 166.
Catechiser's Manual, by Ramsey, 429.
Charge by the Bishop of Llandaff, 427.
255; loss of the original Greek of, Christian Theology, first lines of, by
Corbaux, Miss F., on the historical | Fig-tree, barren, erroneous exposition
of, by Dr. Cumming, 191.
First-born, position of, in the patri-
Genesis of the Earth and of Man, 433.
Genesis xlviii. 19, remarks on, 199.
German Theology, sceptical character
Gnosticism and Montanism, charged
upon the writers of the New Testa-
ment, by Noack, 99.
review of Gillespie on, 334; adapta-
tion of the work to repress infidelity,
“Gospel preached by Christ,” remarks
on, 204; defended, 467.
Great Adversary, the, discourses by
Hebrews i. 7, remarks on, 175.
Historical origin of the Passover, 25,
Holy City, treading under foot of the,
Osburn, 421; Israel in, 398.
Inspiration and Infallibility, not ne-
cessarily inseparable, 141; inspira-
tion of Holy Scriptures, by Lee, 415;
careless mode of treating the, 417.
Intelligence, 215, 468.
Irving, Edward, biography of, by
Israel in Egypt, notice of, 398; objec-
tions to the argument of, 399.
present population of, 225; letter
Jews, their pursuit of Agriculture,
Journal of a Deputation to the East, | Mission of the Baptist's disciples to
Christ, meaning of, 155.
catalogue of its Arabic and Persian 471.
Nativity, on the date of, 382.
New Publications, lists of; English,
244, 479 ; Foreign, 246, 481.
New Testament, on the printed text
account of his life, 250; his rela Noack, Ludwig, his Biblical Theology,
Maitland, Dr., on Romans xi. 25, &c., | Palestine, present fertility of, 225;
Agriculture in, 234.
Palestine Archæological Association,
Papacy, the, progressive growth of, 4;
Divine Government” reviewed, 349. of its labours, 10; gradual changes
in a Syriac version, 298; translation Passover, the historical origin of, 25,
tateuch and Psalms, by Wolfe, 417. 32; Miss Corbaux's paper on, cri-
the, 349; examination of Dr. Mc Pauline, no authority for the German
use of term, as applied to Apostolic
tianity, 1; his freedom from preju Philobiblion Society, proposed forma-
translations of the Bible, 24.
Pompeii, excavations at, 227.
Christian Theology, 181.
| Spirit of the Bible, by Higginson, 192.
Stonehenge and Gilgal, connexion of,
Sunday at Home, the, 197.
paper on, 217.
vii. expounded by Mr. Kidd, 418.
New Testament, 414.
Epistle to the Romans, 278.
by Chamberlain, 424.
expositions of, by Young, 418.
of, 215; inspiration of, by Lee, 415.
jections to, 222; proposed edition of,
Unfulfilled predictions, folly of un-
by M'Intyre, 418.
Vinet's history of French literature,