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THOUGHTS FOR THE TIMES. Sermons by the Rev. H. R. HAWEIS, author of "Music and Morals."

12mo,

$1.50.

"He aims at nothing less than laying down the first principles of that new liberal theology which is to characterize what he calls the Church of the Future. Mr. Haweis writes not only fearlessly, but with remarkable freshness and vigor."-Saturday Review.

"It contains much to interest, entertain, and instruct;

are always good.”—London Spectator.

[his] illustrations

OF

GOTTHOLD

THE LIFE AND WORKS
EPHRAIM LESSING. From the German of Adolph Stahr.
By E. P. EVANS, Ph.D., Professor of Modern Languages and
Literature in the University of Michigan. 2 vols. 8vo, $5.00.

"A work of permanent value. It is the best of the many books which have been written and compiled for the purpose of portraying the character and career of one of the most illustrious scholars and thinkers that even Germany has ever produced. It combines judicious selection with ample information, criticism with narration, and presents with comparative brevity an outline of labors, the benefits of which the world is now enjoying in almost every department of learning and culture."-Nation.

FIRST

HISTORICAL

TRANSFORMATIONS

OF CHRISTIANITY. From the French of Athanase Coquerel the younger. By E. P. EVANS, Ph.D. 12mo, $1.50.

ESSAYS, PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEOLOGI

CAL. By JAMES MARTINEAU. 2 vols. 8vo, $5.00.

Mr. Martineau is considered one of the profoundest thinkers and most brilliant writers of this century. His contributions to the Prospective, Westminster, National, and other Reviews attracted the attention of the best minds in both England and America, and produced a marked and favorable impression upon men of all denominations.

HENRY HOLT & CO., Publishers,

25 BOND ST., NEW YORK.

A CONFESSION BY

DAVID FRIEDRICH STRAUSS

AUTHORIZED TRANSLATION FROM THE SIXTH EDITION

BY

MATHILDE BLIND

AMERICAN EDIT ON

Two volumes in one. The translation revised and partly
rewritten, and preceded by an American version
of the Author's "Prefatory
Postscript."

"I have never desired, nor do I now desire, to disturb the contentment or the faith of any one. But where these are already shaken, I desire to point out the direction in which I believe a firmer soil is to be found."-pp. 9, 10.

NEW YORK

HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY

1873

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1873, by
HENRY HOLT,

in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY
SEP 19 1963

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