Chronicle of Sir Walter of Heming-
burgh, 334; value of this work,
334; extracts, 336; quarrel be-
tween Church and State in 1298,
337; naval engagement between
the English and the French, 340.
Church of Rome, Infallibility of 110.
Clinton, H. F., An Epitome of the
Civil and Literary Chronology of
Greece, 109.
Cochrane, J., Discourses on the diffi-
cult terts of Scripture, 501.
Collette, C. H., The Pope's Supremacy
a Thing of Priestcraft, 503.
Cooper, B. H., The Free Church of
Ancient Christendom, and its sub-
jugation under Constantine, 585;
character of work, 586; its title,
587; apostolic period, 588; ques-
tion of the origin of prelacy, 591;
the Free Church, 593.
Cox, Dr., Female Scripture Biogra-
phy, 114.
Cox, E. W., The Advocate, 618.
Cox, J., Divine Mercy, 499.
Crawshaw, Rev. J., A Series of Lec-
tures to Children, 112.
Cumming, Dr., Voices of the Dead,242.
Cyclopædia Bibliographica, 373.

Davies, J. L., The Republic of Plato,
De Lamartine, A., Histoire de la
Restauration, 57; author's charac-
ter, 58; flight of Napoleon to Elba,
59; scene at la Mure, 60; feeling
in Paris, 63; acts of the Allied
Sovereigns, 65; life of Murat, 66.
Discourses Addressed to Mired Con-
gregations, 435.
Dissertatiunculae Quardam Critico-
Theologica, 435.
Dixon, H., Robert Blake, 407; power
of our navy, 407; seizure of the
Scilly Isles, 409; also of the Channel
Isles, 409; battles with the Dutch
and other powers, 410; seizure and
destruction of Spanish silver fleets,
412, 413 ; character, 414.
D'Oberkirch, Baroness, Memoirs of
the 553; period of entrance into
public life, 555 ; Marie Antoinette,
557; Louis XVI., 558; state of
society, 559; Joseph II. of Austria,
559; Paul Emperor of Russia,
500; habits of Parisians, 562.

Dowden, R., Wild Flowers, 378.

Doyle, M., Rural Economy for Far-
mers and Gardeners, 246.

Druitt, R., Plain Rules for Cottage
Walls to be observed in cases of Ill-
ness or Accident, 416.

Earp, G. B., The Popular Library,
Gold Colonies of Australia, 389.

Eastman, M.H., Aunt Phillis's Cabin;
or, Southern Life as it is, 717, 742.

Eclipse of Faith, The, 358; conversa-
tion respecting infidel spiritualism,
359; Mr. Newman's works, 361 ;
Belief and Faith, 362; observations
on, 363; opposition to divine rece-

lation, 365; A sceptic's select
party, 366 historical criticism, 368.

Ede, J., The Economy of Prayer, 497.

Edwards, W. T., Heroes of the Bible,

Erastus ; or, How the Church was
made, 626.

Fairbairn, Rev. P., Ezekiel, 246.
Farini's Roman State, from 1815 to
1850, 1 ; disaffection to Papal go-
vernment, 2.; the States of the
Church,4; hopes of the people on the
accession of Pope Pius IX., 6; their
enthusiasm, 7; Pope's hypocrisy, 8;
first outbreak, 9; assassination of
Rossi, 10; flight of the Pope, 13.
Ferguson, R., New and Popular His-
tory of England, 247.
Flourens, M., Discourse on Geoffroy
Saint-Hilaire, 645; early life of
Geoffroy, 647; early associates,
648; connexion with Cuvier in
zoology, 650; as an anatomist, 652;
controversy with Cuvier, 654.
Foster, B. F., The Origin and Pro-
gress of Book-keeping, 503.
Foster, C. J., The University of Lon-
don a Parliamentary Constituency,
91 ; composition of London Uni-
versity, 92; equality sought with
Oxford and Cambridge, 93; forma-
tion of Graduates' Committee, 94;
acts of the senate, 95; movement
for parliamentary franchise, 101.

Gillies, R. P., Memoirs of a Literary
Veteran—see Jerdan.
Gleig, G. R., The Leipsic Campaign,

Good Health, 416.

Gospel and the Great Apostasy, The,

Got/if I Records of the Life of Christ,

Gospels Combined, The, 24S.

Greece, The History of, 625.

Grenville Papers, The, 196; recent
publications, 197; history of the
Grenvilles, 199; Pitt's counsel on
death of' Pelham, 200; marriage,
200; policy of George III., 201;
administration of Pitt, 202; accep-
tance of a pension, 203; the Duke
of Newcastle, 204; Bute's premier-
ship, 207; G. Grenville's do., 209;
prosecution if Wilkes, 209; nego-
tiations with Pitt, 211; Rocking-
ham administration, 213; character
of Rockingham, 214.

Guizot, M., Shakespeare and his Times,
455; Shakespeare's greatness, 455;
defect of present work, 459; re-
marks on his dramatic system, 462;
characters chosen, 464; Hamlet, 465;
feeling of loyalty, 466.

Gunnison, J. \Vn the Mormons, or
Latter-Day Saints, in the Valley if
the Great Salt Lake, 669.

Gustavus Vasu, The History of, 496.

UuUlaff, Rev. C, The Life »/ Taou-
Kwang, 81; ignorance concerning
Chinese empire, 82; its conserva-
tism, 83; coronation if Taou-
Kwang, 85; his government, 86;
state of the people, 87; hostilities
against the English, 88.

Haldane, A., Memoirs if the Lives
of Hubert and James A. Haldane,
341; early life of, 342; enter the
naval service, 344; conversion to
Christianity, 349; exertions of
James to spread Christianity, 351;
ditto of Robert, 352.

I lumber, F. M., Imw of Partnership,
68; superiority of continental sys-
tem, 69; evil effects of English
system,70; liability of English part-
ners, 71; French law, 71 ; English
testimonies in favour of change, 75;
cases, 77.

Hare, J. C, The Contest with Home,
435; Dr. Newman s arguments to
his former followers, 435; the con-
test with Hume, as a political dis-

pute, 437; as an ecclesiastical

contest, 438; as theological, 439;

reasons for opposing Rome, 443;

Mr. Hare's dealing with the evil* of

the Church, 446.
Hazlitt, W., The Life of Napoleon

Buonaparte, 108, 378.
Heighway, O. W. T , Leila Ada, the

Jewish Convert, 630.
Hope, J., Brittany and the Bible, 241.
Hoppus, Dr., Education, 619.
Houston, Dr., The Judgment of the

Papacy, 112.

Instinct and Reason Definitely Sepa-
rated, 246.

James, J. A., The Course of Faith,\10.

J&mescn,Mrs.,Skctches inCanado,375.

Jerdan, \V., Autobiography of, 175;
defects in autobiographies, 175;
career of Mr. Gillies, 178; of Mr.
,Ii nlun, 181; his literary engage-
ments, 181; disappointment with,
183; ThomasWilde,l84; Proby,l85.

Journal of Sacred Literature, The,624.

Kemp, T. L., The Natural History of
Creation, 374.

Kennedy, J., Modern Poets and
Poetry of Soain, 632.

Kidd, G.B., The Doctrine of the Ma-
nifestations if the Son of God, 627.

Kingsley, C, Sermons on National
Hubjects, 240.

Kitto, Dr., Daily Bible Illustrations,

Laing, S., Observations on the Social
and Political State of Denmark, 37;
special interest to Englishmen, 39;
condition of people, 41; educa-
tion of, 43; population, 45; com-
parison of Copenhagen with Edin-
burgh, 46; abolition of capital
punishments, 48.

Larom, C, The Families of Holy
Scripture, 242.

Leask, W., Toe Beauties if the Bible,

Legge, Dr. J., The Notions of the
Chinese concerning God and Spirits,

Le Prince, Mad., Le Robinson Chri-
tien, 279.

Letters from Italy and Vienna, 495.

Lily of St. Paul'», The, 106.

Literary Intelligence, 126, 260, 387,
516, 642, 776.

Literature to Men of Business, The
Importance of, 244.

Lorimer, P., Healthy Religion exem-
plified in the Life of the late Mr.
Andrew Jack of Edinburgh, 503.

Macanlay, T. B., Lord Bacon, 377.

Mac Farlane, C, Japan, 468; igno-
rance concerning, 468; Portuguese
intercourse, with, 470; the Jesuits,
471; persecutions, 472; Dutch
trade, 472 ; English, 473 ; character
of government, 474; literature,

Mackenzie, D., Readings in Popular
Literature; Ten Years in Austialia,

Mackenzie, W. B., The Justified Be-
liever, 247.

Madden, R. R., The Shrines and Sepul-
chres of the Old and New Worlds,

Mannering, E., Bible Fruit for Little
Children, 500.

Manual of Geographical Science,
Mathematical, Physical, 106.

Marks, Rev. D. VV., Sermons at the
West London Synagogue of British
Jews, 245.

Martineau, J., Miscellanies, 621.

Messenger of Mercy, The, 628.

Metcalfe, C. J., The Channel Islands,

M'Gill, Rev. J., Secret Prayer, 248.

Mil-hand's History of the Crusades,
248, 377.

Moir, D.M., The Poetical Works of,
146 ; poets' lives, 146; life of D. M.
Moir, 148; domestic verses, 152;
science and poetry, 153; his death,
157; description of his poetry, 157.

Money, E., A Letter on the Cultiva-
tion of Cotton in India, 129; defi-
ciency of roads, 129; who is re-
sponsible to make the roads, 131;
also railways, 134; sources of
Indian revenue, 137; modes of
assessment, 138; unfairness of,
140; effects of education, 145.

Morell, J. D., The Analysis of Sen-
tences explained, 631.

Morgan, R. W., A Vindication of the
Church if England, 502, 624.

Mossman, S., The Gold Fields of
Australia, 389.

Mursell, J. P., A Discourse on the
Christian Ministry, 625.

Muston, Dr. A., The Israel of the
Alps, 627.

Napoleon Dynasty, The, 620.

Neander, A., The Epistle of Pad to
the Philippians, and the Epistle of
James, 249.

Newman, J. II., An Essay on theDf-
velopment of' Christian Doetritr,
435; Doctrinal Treatises of St.
Athanasins, 435; Ecclesiastical mi-
racles, 435; the difficulties fell bf
Anglicans in submitting to tie Ca-
tholic Church, 435 ; the present pou-
tion of Catholics in England, 4'i'o.

North, J. W, A Week on the Ida i.f
Scilly, 247.

Nuns and Nunneries, 633.

Osborn, S., Stray Leaves from a
Arctic Journal, 241.

Oxford University Commission. 223:
obstacles to university reform, 223;
desire of reform, 227; work of the
commission, 230; university exten-
sion, 231 ; legislation, 234; profes-
sors, 235; observance of statutes,
236; non-admission of dissenters,

Parsons, B., A letter to Richard
Cobden, Esq., M.P.,on State Eds-
cation, 627.

Pascal, The Wm-ksof, 530; early life
531; scientific genius, 532; ho
study of physics, 535; bad health.
539; retirement to Port RoyaL
542; strife between the Jesuits
and Jansenists, 542; the' ProviDciil
Letters,' 544 ; the ' Thoughts,' 5t6;
various editions, 549; personal chs-
meter, 551.

Pashley, R., Pauperism and four
Laws, 261; condition of working-
classes, 261; errors of tutbor,
264; causes of, 267; duration of
life, 272; state of pauper lega-
tion, 273; the Law of Settlement,

Paul, Wn Analysis and Critical liter-
pretatwn o) the Hebrew Text of tie
Book of Genesis, fre., 502.

Peace Society Government Prvseei-

tions, The, 607; lack of militia-
men, 609 ; expenses of army, navy,
and ordnance, 611; testimony
against the militia, 612.

Peel, Captain, A Ride through the
Nubian Desert, 376.

Peyrat, N., Tlie Pastors m the Wil-
derness, 496.

Pictorial Family Bible, 107.

Pococke, E., India in Chretce, 159;
origin of the Pelasgi, 159; language
of, 161; Indian emigration, 162;
origin of the Druids, 165; colo-
nization of Egypt and Palestine,
167; mythology, 173.

Popery, The Head and the Heart en-
listed against, under the Banner of
Christian Truth, 497.

Portrait Oullery of Distinguished
Poets, frc, 107.

Pridhara, A., Notes and Reflections on
the Epistle to the Hebrews, 242.

Pulling, W., Sonnets, written strictly
in the Italian style, 506.

Quirt Hours, 451; life of the authors,
450; extracts, 452.

Ragged School Union Magazine, vol.
iii., 498.

Reign of Avarice, 111.

Review of the Month: Rev. Mr.
Bennett, 115; Reform of the
Church, 117; Education, 118;
119; Trust Deeds of Schools, 118;
Maynooth, 119; Militia Bill, 120;
The Rev. J. E. Gladstone, 120;
Out-di'or Preaching, 121; Supply
of Gold, 122; Elections, 123, 250,
378; Bad Faith of Ministers, 251,
380; State of Parties, 253, 507,
634, 766; Return of Dissenters,
255, 381; Norwich Election, 256;
Convocation of the Clergy, 384,
511, 637, 773; Wesleyans, 385;
Chancery Reform, 508; American
Fisheries, 509; Caffre War, 510;
Rev. Robert Moore, 510; Australia,
512; Death of the Duke of Wel-
lington, 514, 640, 775; President
of France, 640; Election of Ox-
ford University Chancellor, 640;
Congregational Union, 641; Death
of Daniel Webster, 774; London
University, 774.

Rockingham, Memoirs of the Marquis
of, see Grenville Papers.

Roget, P. M., Thesaurits of English
Words and Phrases, 623.

Safety in Peril, 112.

Saints our Example, The, 505.

Sangster, J., The Rights and Duties
of Property, 623.

Scott, W. B., Steps in the Journey if
Prince Legion, 112.

Sidney, S., The Three Colonies of
Australia, 389, 565; historical sec-
tion, 566; transportation, 567;
administrations of governors, 569;
establishment and progress of Vic-
toria, 572; South Australia, 572;
chapter on emigration ; 575, condi-
tion of Aborigines, 577.

Slingsby Papers, The, 247.

Smith, C. L., The Jerusalem Deli-
vered of Torquato Tusso, 499.

Smith, Dr. J. P., The Relation be-
tween the Holy Scriptures and some
purls of Geological Science, 113.

Smith, M. P., Castle Detoraine, 243.

Smith, W. L. G., Uncle Tom's Cabin
as it is; or, Life at the Sout/i,
717, 740.

Sortain, J., The Life of Francis Lord
Bacon, 626.

South, J. F., Household Surgery, 416
national and personal health, 416
books concerning the same, 418
Mr. South'f Popular Surgery, 424.

Spencer, H., Social Statics, 243.

Squier, E. G., Nicaragua; its People,
Ire., 307; condition of Nicaragua,
308; Indians, 309; an estate, 312;
schemes for communication be-
tween Atlantic and Pacific Oceans,

Stansbury, H-, An Expedition to the
Suit Lake of Utah, 669; dangers
of the journey, 670; importance
of the survey, 672; Oreut Salt
Lake, 675; probable success of the
Mormon cities, 679 ; regulations at
the Salt Luke city, 683; the morality
of Mormonisra, 683; religious opi-
nions of, 6s5.

State of Man Subsequent to the Pro-
mulgation of Christiiiiiity, 504.

Story, Joseph, Life and Letters of,
688 ; settlement and progress of the
United States, 683; early life of
subject, 689; change in religious
opinions, 691; devotion to poetry,

695; study of the law, 696; his
success, 697; his opinion against
slavery, 699; his various works,

Stowe, H. B., Uncle Tom's Cabin,
109, 717; friendly feeling towards
America, 718; American slavery,
719; popularity of work, 720;
hiography of author, 721 ; outrage
at Cincinnati, 723; nature of the
slave system, 726; discrimination,
727 ; Quaker settlement, 730; Eva,
731 ; charge of exaggeration, 732,
738; English labourer, 739; Uncle
Tom's Cabin as it is, 740; Aunt
Phillis's Cabin, 742; The White
Slave, 744.

St. John, H., History of the British
Conquests in India, 595; com-
mencement of our Indian Empire,
595; its extension, 596; its civi-
lization, 597; characters of go-
vernors, 599; annexation of the
Carnatic, 602; picture ofAffgha-
nistan, 603; absence of notice of
missionary work, 604.

Stuart, M., A Commentary on the
Book of Proverbs, 104.

Surenne, G., A Dictionary of the
French end English Languages,

Taylor, J., Wesley and Methodism,
15; biographies of Wesley, 15;
present work, 17; sketch of John
Wesley, 18; Charles Wesley, 21;
elements of Methodism, 24 ; form
of, 27; revised constitution, 31;
opposition to, 32; expulsions, 33;
despotism of Conference, 34.

Temperance Cyclopadia, The, 111.

Tower-Church Sermons, 217; Mr.
Binney's discourses, 218; Judaism
spiritually developed, 219; salva-
tion inj'ulness, 221.

Tregelles, S. P., Lecture on the
Authorship and Transmission of the
New Testament, 113.

Tuvier, C. L., An Exposition of the
Principal Motives which induced
me to leave the Church of Rome,

Tyre; its Rise, Glory, and Desola-
tion, 506.

Vanderkiste, R. W., Six Years' Mis-
sion in London, 248.

Vaughan, D. J., The Republic of
Plato, 622.

Vaughan, Dr., The Personality of the
Tempter, 377.

Vinet, A., Pastoral Theology: At
Theory of a Gospel Ministry, 745;
the Christian Ministry not a priest-
hood, 746; conflicts between faith and
doubt, 750; necessity for men of
pulpit power, 754 ; elements of this
power, 757 ; means of acquiring it,
761; its desirableness, 7C6.

Voss's Louisa, 500.

Wallace, A., The Bible and the
Working Classes, see Leask.

Weaver, R., Popery Considered, 656;
anathema pronounced on the excom-
municated, 666; oath of secrecy
taken by Jesuits, 667.

Werne, F., African Wanderings, 375,

Wesleyan Conference, The, 477;
power of expulsion, 478; constitu-
tion and order of the Wesleyan
Methodist Church, 478; arbitrary
powers of the clergy, 481 ;position
of Wesleyanism, 484; pastoral
power of excision, 486; congrega-
tionalists, 488; Scripture teits on
excision, 490; present aspect of the
controversy, 491.

Whately, Dr., The Claims of Truth
and of Unity considered, 494.

White, J. T., Latin Grammar, 502.

White Slave, The, 717, 744.

Williams, Dr., Religious Progress;
and Lectures on the Lord's Prayer,

Wilson, G., Electricity and the Electric
Telegraph, 374.

Wright, T., The Celt, the Roman,
and the Saxon, 579; lineage of the
English, 579 ; degree of civilization
before the Roman invasions, 58i;
population of the free towns, 583:
introduction of Christianity, 584.

Wylie, J. A., The Papacy, 656; con-
trol of public opinion over Roman-
ism, 657 ; the Canon Late, 659; ob-
servations on the condition of Italy,
663; the new Catholic League.

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