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Constantinople to Corfu. By George Poems illustrative of the Service, 230. F. Bowen, Esq., M.A., 453.
466. British Churchmen, the, 104.
Confirmation Lectures delivered to Browne Bleak House. By Charles Village Congregation in the Diocese of
Dickens. With Illustrations by H. K. Oxford. By Alfred Pott, M.A., 449. Browne. No, I., 430.
Congregational Psalmody for the Service Browne-A Handbook of Hebrew Anti- of the Church of England. By the
quities; for the use of Schools and Stu- Rev. H. Hughes, 454. dents. By the Rev. Henry Browne, Continuous Confutation of the BirmingM.A., 455.
ham Lectures. By Presbyter, 49. Buckley-Calmet's Dictionary of the Bible. Convocation - The Law, Constitution, and
Abridged, modernized, &c., by Theo- Reform of, 470. dore Alois Buckley, B.A., 449.
Cornwall, Barry-English Songs and other Buckley-The Catechism of the Council smaller Poems. By Barry Cornwall,
of Trent ; translated into English, with 424. Notes. By Theodore Alois Buckley, Council of Trent, Catechism of the. B.A., 227.
Translated into English, with Notes,
by Theodore Alois Buckley, 227. Calmet's Dictionary of the Bible. Abridged, Cox—The Crimes of the Lower Classes.
modernized, &c., by Theodore Alois By the Rev. J. C. Cox, 470. Buckley, B.A., 449.
Coxe-Sympathies of the Continent; or, Campbell— Trials of a Minister. By the Proposals for a New Reformation. By Rev. A. D. Campbell, 470.
John Baptist von Hirscher, D.D. Cardinal Wolsey-The Life of. By Translated by the Rev. Arthur Cleve
George Cavendish, his Gentleman land Coxe, 427.
Crescent and the Cross, the, 198.
Church. By the Rev. H. Caswall, 470. tures on the Acts of the Apostles, and Caswell's American Church, 230.
Annals of St. Paul. Edited, in EngChaldee Reading Lessons ; consisting of lish, with a few Notes, by J. R. Crow
the whole of the Biblical Chaldee, with fort, B.D., 462.
Currey—The Preparation for the Gospel, Chesney-Observations on the Past and as exhibited in the History of the
Present State of Fire-arms and on the Israelites. By George Currey, B.D., probable Effects in War of the New
227. Musket. By Col. Chesney, D.C.L., Royal Artillery, 142.
Davis— The Republic of Plato. TransChristian Science, Elements of.
lated into English, with an IntroducAdams, 230.
tion, Analysis, and Notes. By J. L. Church of Christ, the; in its Ideas, Attri- Davis, M.A., and D. J. Vaughan, M.A.,
butes, and Ministry; with a particular 453. reference to the Controversy on the Sub- De Teissier on the Lord's Supper, 230. ject between Romanists and Protestants. Devotions for the Sick. Prayers and
By Edward Arthur Litton, M.A., 289. Thanksgivings, with the Instructions for Church of the Invisible, the ; or, the World the use of Sick Persons, and their
of Spirits ; a Manual for Christian Friends, during Sickness, or upon ReMourners. By Robert Montgomery, M.A., 210.
Dickens-Bleak House. By Charles Church Sunday School Magazine, 1851. Dickens. With Illustrations by H. K. Vol. VI., 228.
Browne. No. I., 430. Clissold— The Spiritual Exposition of the Dickson - Asylum for the Insane. By T.
Apocalypse; as derived from the Writings Dickson, 460. of the Hon. Emanuel Swedenborg. By Divine Master, the, 407. the Rev. Augustus Clissold, M.A., Dixon-Sermons. By the Rev. James 209.
D. Dixon, 459. Confession, Penance, and Absolution. By Dixon-The Songs of the Bells, and other
Mr. Roger Laurence, a layman Poems. By the Rev. James Dixon, Queen Anne's time, 465.
462. Confirmation, a Gift at; a Selection of | Doane, Bishop ; his Conventional Sermon,
and Lecture on the Diffusion of Useful
Knowledge, 469. Dodgson-Ritual Worship. By the Rev.
C. Dodgson, 470. Dowell—Ă Catechism on the Services of the Church of Eng
the Rev. S. W. Dowell, 464. Drury—Arundines Cami, sive Canta
brigiensium Lusus Canori, Collegit atque Edidit Henricus Drury, A.M., 38.
Fire-arms; Observations on the Past and
Present State of. By Colonel Chesney,
Royal Artillery, 142. First Annual Statement of the Society for
Protecting the Rights of Conscience,
225. Flower-Non-Episcopal Orders. By the
Rev. W. B. Flower, 470.
Ecclesiastical Persons-A Bill to enable
Her Majesty further to regulate the Duties of ; and to make better Provisions for the Management and Distribution of Episcopal and Capitular Revenues. Prepared and brought in by the Marquis of Blandford and Lord Robert Grosvenor,
391. Ecclesiastical Synods, some Objections to
the Revival of ,--answered by a Reference to the circumstances under which the Apostolic Council at Jerusalem assembled. Sermon by the Rev.
George Domville Wheeler, M.A., 427. Eclipse of Faith, the ; or, a Visit to a
Religious Sceptic, 273. England before the Norman Conquest. By
the Author of “ Domestic Scenes in
Greenland and Iceland," 230. 466. England, her Colonies, and her Enemies.
By E. G. Atherley, Esq., 315. English Songs and other smaller Poems.
By Barry Cornwall, 424. Ewart-Anchurus, and other Poems. By
William Ewart, M.A., 229. “ Excelsior ;" or, the Realms of Poesie.
By Alastor, 429.
Gale–The First Principles of Labour,
Property, and Money, demand primary Consideration for Home Agriculture.
By R. Gale, 412. Gibbings-Were Heretics ever burned
alive at Rome? A Report of the Proceedings in
the Roman Inquisition against Fulgentio Manfredi. By the
Rev. Richard Gibbings, 465. Gladstone A Letter to the Right Hon. W.
E. Gladstone, on his proposed measure for the Colonial Church, by a Dignitary
of that Church, 469. Gladstone-A Letter to the Right Rev.
William Skinner, D.D., Bishop of Aberdeen, on the Functions of Laymen in the Church. By the Right Hon. W.
E. Gladstone, M.P., 337. Golden Legend, the. By Henry Wads
worth Longfellow, 435. Gordon—The Spirit and Scope of Educa
tion, in promoting the well-being of Society. From the German of the Very Rev. J. A. Stapf, by Robert
Gordon, 461. Grammar, the Elements of ; taught in
English ; with Questions. By the Rev.
Edward Thring, M.A., 455. Guiana, Charge of the Bishop of, 469. Gurney-Faust; a Tragedy. Part II.,
rendered from the German of Goethe.
By Archer Gurney, 104. Gurney-King Charles I.; a Dramatic
Poem. By the Rev. Archer Gurney,
104. Gurney-Love's Legends. Poems.
Archer Gurney, 104.
Faber-Lethe, and other Poems.
Sophia Woodrooffe. Posthumously edited by G. S. Faber, B.D., Master
of Sherborne Hospital, 431.
expounded for those who search the
bairn, 211. Far-off ;
'; or, Asia and Australia described ; with Anecdotes and numerous Illustra
tions, 459. Fellows-Sayings and Doings of the Lord
Bishop of Manchester. By the Rev. E.
Hall-Meditations and Vows, fc. By
Joseph Hall, D.D., Bishop of Norwich,
460. Handbook of Hebrew Antiquities, a; for
the use of Schools and Students. By the Rev. Henry Browne, M.A., 455. Happy Family, the ; or, Selfishness and
niel Hawthorne, 457.
Roughing it in the Bush ; or, Life in
Canada. By Susannah Moodie, 379.
by d. Rutherford Russell, M.D., 457.
Cestrensi. Editio nova Annotationibus
statum accommodata, 452.
the Church and Realm of England the
Peile, D.D., 230.
Epistles, designed chiefly for the use of
mas Williamson Peile, D.D., 327.
Sunday Reading in Families. By the
Rev. John Penrose, M.A., 230. 450.
Truth Triumphant. A Poem in Two
Cantos. By J. D. Pigott, 230. 467.
votion and Spiritual Instruction, 460.
Soul; or, Mental Prayer rendered Easy,
Modern Instances, 456.
Village Congregation in the Diocese of
Oxford. By Alfred Pott, M.A., 449.
Bonamy Price, 169.
Sacra Privata, fc. By Bishop Wilson.
With Notes and an Appendix by a
Priest of the Church of England, 452.
Rev. F. Hodgson, 38.
ioners of. By the Vicar, 470.
Russell Lowell. Edited, with an Intro-
duction, by Andrew S. Scoble, 464.
LV. By Rev. W. R. Scott, 470.
I., from Jan. to Dec., 1851, 224.
Church of England to the Communion
tions and Scripture Sections for each
Preaching of the Cross, and
the Rev. T. K. Arnold, 455.
Meditations addressed from the French
in promoting the Well-being of Society.
Stapf. By Robert Gordon, 230. 461.
tion of Christianity, on the. Part II.,
land, recommended and enforced in Three
By the Rev. Edward Berens, 454.
the Rev. T. H. Steel, 46.
shall, late a Clergyman of the Church of
Reginald Hastings, 198.
Sermon on National Christianity, 337.
which constitute the Perils of the Nation,
By William Rivington, 226.
of Poetry on the Working Classes, deli-
sades. Translated from the French by
W. Robson, 451.
and Prospective. By the Rev. Thomas
Beames, M.A., 315.
the Kings of the East, the Druses the
Stracey-How cun we have Three Ser
vices ? By Mr. Stracey, 470. Stuart-Sermon on the Pew System. By
the Rev. E. Stuart, 470. Sunset Reverie, the : an Allegory, 428. Sydney, Letter from the Bishop of, to Dr.
Wiseman, 469. Synodal Action-A Brief Argument for
Reviving in the Church and Realm of England, the ancient. By S. W. Peile,
D.D., 230. Synodal Question-A Catena of Episcopal Authorities, on the; Extracts from Charges recently delivered by Digni
taries of the Church of England, 446. Syriac and Chaldee Reading Lessons, 230.
Tales of Kirkbeck. Edited by the Rev.
W.J. E. Bennett, M.A., 257. Tasmania, Charge of the Bishop of, 469. Thompson-New Medical Dictionary for
the People. By Dr. Thompson, 469. Thoughts on several Subjects. By the
Author of “Memoirs of a Working
Man," 446. Thring—The Elements of Grammar taught
in English ; with Questions. By the Rev.
Edward Thring, M.A., 455. Tremenheere–The Political Evidence of
the Ancients, in its Bearing upon Modern Times. By Hugh Seymour Tre
menheere, 466. Trevor— Church Synods, the Institution of
Christ. By G. Trevor, M.A., 470. Trevor-Sermons on the Doctrines and
Means of Grace, fc. By the Rev. G.
Ward-Oxford University Statutes. Trans
lated to 1843 by the late G. R. M. Ward, Esq., M.A., and completed under the superintendence of James Hey
wood, Esq., 224. Watkins-The Human Hand, and other
Poems. By the Rev, C. F. Watkins,
450. Welsh Sketches. By the Author of “ Pro
posals for Christian Union,” 457. Whiting-Rural Thoughts. By Whiting,
230. Wiesinger-Biblical Commentary on St.
Pauls Epistles to the Philippians, Titus, and First to Timothy. By August Wiesinger. Translated by the Rev. G.
Tralton, 458. Wild- England as it is, and as it might
be. By Justus Wild, 470. Wilkinson's Sermons, 230. Wilks—The Popes: an Historical Sum
mary: from Linus to Pius IX., carefully compiled from the best Ecclesiastical Authorities. By G. A. F. Wilks,
D.D., 212. Wilmshurst-Sermons on Church Subjects.
By the Rev. H. F. Wilmshurst, 470. Wilson-Four Sermons on the Deity and
Incarnation of our Lord. By the Rev.
B. Wilson, 469. Wilson--Sacra Privata, fc. By Bishop
Wilson. With Notes and an Appendix by a Priest of the Church of England,
452. Woodford— Lectures on Church History.
By the Rev. J. R. Woodford, 470. Wordsworth, Dr., his Jubilee Sermon, 469. Wordsworth-Is the Church of Rome the
Babylon of the Book of Revelations ?
223. Wordsworth National Christianity an
Article of the Christian Faith: a Sermon preached at Kidderminster. By
the Rev. Charles Wordsworth, 337. Wordsworth Occasional Sermons.
By the Rev. C. Wordsworth, D.D., 470. Wordsworth— Reply to Mr. Gladstone's
Letter to the Bishop of Aberdeen on the
Urquhart-Life and Times of Francisco
Sforza, Duke of Milan ; with a Preliminary Sketch of the History of Italy. By W. Pollard Urquhart, Esq., 444.
Vaughan-Deserters from the Congrega
tion. By C. J. Vaughan, D.D., 470. Vaughan---The Ministry of Reconciliation.
A Sermon. By the Rev. E. T.
Vaughan, 470. Vaughan—The Republic of Plato. Trans
lated into English with an Introduction, Analysis, and Notes. By J. L. Davies, M.A., and D. J. Vaughan, M.A., 453.
Walther-A Reply to Phases of Faith.
By Walther, 230.
Zingra, the Gipsy. By Annette Marie