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American zeal for evangelization of the
world, 681; missions of inquiry, ib.;
commencement of his voyage, 682;
Constantinople, ib.; Turkish festivals,
684; Turkish love to the Scriptures, 687;
character of Armenian villagers, 689;
Kurdistan, 690; Persia, extract, 691 ;
Chaldean Christians, 693, commenda-
tion of the work, 694.
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Strickland, A., Lives of the Queens of
England, 141; qualifications requisite
for the work, ib.; Matilda of Flanders,
extract, 143; Eleanor of Aquitaine, 145;
Berengaria of Navarre, ib.; Isabella of
Angoulême, 146; Queen Eleanor, 149;
Marguerite, 152; execution of the work,
Thompson, Dr. A., Consolation for Chris.
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Thompson, Rev. E., Prophecy, Types, and
Miracles the great Bulwarks of Chris-
tianity, 84; different methods of treat-
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87; connexion between the Old and
New Testaments, 88; epochs of pro-
phecy, 89; inductive plan of the author,
extract, 90 ; defective character of the
Tocqueville, A. de, Democracy in Ame-
rica, 1; fallacy of government, ib.; im-
portance of the United States, 2; equality
of condition, 3 ; geography and history,
4; general intelligence, 5; municipa!
system, 6; legislature, 7; state of society,
extract, 10; emigration, 11; condition
of the Indians, 13; revolutionary more-
ments, 15; counsels to conservatives, es-
tract, 16; political changes of Europe,
17 et seq.; discontent of the middle
and lower classes, 18; development of
the democratic principle, 19; corn-laws
and currency, 20; irritations practised
on the community, 21; diffusion of mo-
ral and Christian principle, 23; electo-
ral reform, 24; ultimate prevalence of
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Wilde, W. R., Narrative of a Voyage to
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of the work, ib.; Russian George, 577;
Funchal, 579; climate of Madeira, 580;
incident at Alexandria, 582 ; Pompey's
pillar, 583; Mohammed Alee, extract,
584; scripture illustrated by the author,
585; Gethsemane, 587; great value of
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Winslow, Rev. 0., Memoirs and Select
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Yarrell, W. Supplement to the History
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