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LONDON: WILLIAM PICKERING, CHANCERY LANE. DEIGHTONS, CAMBRIDGE ; PARKER, OXFORD ; MILLIKEN, DUBLIN;
LAING AND FORBES, EDINBURGH ;
AND ALL OTHER BOOKSELLERS.
PRINTED BY R. CLAY, BREAD-STREET-HILL.
ART. I. A Connexion of Sacred and Profane History, from the Death
of Joshua to the Decline of the Kingdoms of Israel and
Judah ; intended to complete the Works of Shuckford and
Prideaux, by the Rev. Michael Russell, LL.D. Vol. III. . 1
II. 1. The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Collected and edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge, M. A.
2. Letters and Conversations, &c.
3. Specimen of the Table Talk of the late Samuel Taylor
4. Aids to Reflection in the Formation of a Manly Character,
on the several Grounds of Prudence, Morality, and
Religion. By S. T. Coleridge.
5. The Poetical Works of S. T. Coleridge.
6. The Friend; a Series of Essays (in Three Volumes) to
aid in the Formation of fixed Principles in Politics,
Morals, and Religion ; with Literary Amusements inter-
spersed. By S. T. Coleridge.
7. The Statesman's Manual ; or, the Bible the best Guide to
political Skill and Foresight. A Lay Sermon, addressed
to the Higher Classes of Society. By S. T. Coleridge,
8. A Lay Sermon, addressed to the Higher and Middle
Classes, on the existing Distresses and Discontents.
By S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
9. Biographia Literaria ; or, Biographical Sketches of my
Literary Life and Opinions. By S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
10. The Watchman. 10 numbers ; from March 1, to May 13,
III. Fratris Rogeri Bacon, Ordinis Minorum, Opus Majus ad
Clementem Quartum, Pontificem Romanum. Ex MS.
Codice Dublinensi, cum aliis quibusdam collato, nunc
primum edidit S. Jebb, M.D.
IV. The Refutation of Nonconformity on its own professed Prin-
ciples. By the Rev. E. C. Kemp, M.A.
V. Memoirs of the Council of Trent; principally derived from
Manuscript and unpublished Records; namely, Histories,
Diaries, Letters, and other Documents, of the leading
Actors in that Assembly. With Plates. By the Rev.
Joseph Mendham, M.A.
Supplement to the above, by the same Author .
VI. An Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of
England. By Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum. Revised and
corrected, with copious Notes and additional References,
by the Rev. J. R. Page, M. A.
VII. 1. The Poetical Works of James Montgomery.
2. The Poetical Works of the Rev. Thomas Dale.
3. The Descent into Hell. By John A. Heraud .
VIII. The Church and Dissent considered in their practical
Influence. By Edward Osler.
IX. Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church, viewed
relatively to Romanism and Popular Protestantism.
By J. H. Newman, B.D. Fellow of Oriel College, and
Vicar of St. Mary the Virgin's, Oxford.
X. Defence of Church Establishments. By J. G. Lorimer . 176
XI. 1. A Scriptural Vindication of Church Establishments,
with a Review of the principal Objections of Non-
conformists. By the Rev. Geo. Holden, M.A.
2. The Duty of a Christian State to support a National
Church Establishment, in Connexion with the Scrip-
tural Character and peculiar Claims of the Church
of England: Five Sermons, preached in the Church
of the Holy Trinity, Leeds, in April, 1834. By
the Rev. Joseph Holmes, M.A., Curate of Trinity
Church, and Head Master of the Free Grammar
School, Leeds, late Fellow and Tutor of Queen's
XII, Parliamentary Debates. First Volume of the Session, 1837 210
Irish Municipal Corporation Bill
Society for promoting the Employment of Additional Curates in
O'Connell and the Voluntaries
The Irish Church Bill
The Church-of-England Poor deprived of their Sabbath
The Revolutionary Movement
Exclusion of Roman Catholics from Parliament
The Anti-Church Administration
Gloucester and Bristol Diocesan Church Building Association
Cheltenham Association in aid of the Foreign Translation Com-
mittee of the Christian Knowledge Society
National Grants to Dissenters and Roman Catholics
Facts about Ireland
Charitable Institutions in London
List of New Works .
I. 1. The Book of the Patriarch Job, translated from the
original Hebrew, as nearly as possible in the terms and
style of the authorized English Version; to which is
prefixed an Introduction on the History, Times, Coun-
try, Friends, and Book of the Patriarch, &c. &c., and
to which is appended a Commentary, critical and exege-
tical, containing Elucidations of many other Passages of
Holy Writ. By Samuel Lee, D.D., Regius Professor
of Hebrew in the University of Cambridge.
2. Jobi Antiquissimi Carminis Hebraici Natura atque
Virtutes; scripsit Carolus David Ilgen, AA. LL. M. 305
II. 1. The Novelty of Popery, in matters of Faith and Prac-
tice; shown from the Scriptures, the Fathers, and later
Ecclesiastical Writers: to which is added, a Statement
of the Doctrines of the Church of England, and also of
those of the Church of Rome; as set forth in their public
Formularies: with the Confessions of learned Romanists,
and a comparative Summary and Conclusion, severally,
thereon. By the Rev. Thomas P. Pantin, M.A., of
Queen's College, Oxford, Rector of Westcote, Glou-
2. The Churches of Rome and England compared in their
declared Doctrines and Practices; wherein is shown the
Disagreement of the two Churches in many of the Fun-
damental Articles of Christianity. By Richard Mant,
D.D., M.R.I.A., Bishop of Down and Connor.
3. An Inquiry into the principal Points of Difference, real
or imaginary, between the two Churches, with a view to
Religious Harmony or Forbearance. Together with
some Remarks relative to the present extraordinary
Times. By the Rev. David O'Croly, Author of “ The
Essay on Ecclesiastical Finance," &c. &c.
III. Proofs and Illustrations of the Attributes of God, from the
Facts and Laws of the Physical Universe, being the
Foundation of Natural and Revealed Religion. By John
Macculloch, M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S., &c. . . 349