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Art. I. The True Style and Measure of the Higher
Rer. B. W. Dwight, Clinton, N. Y.
II. The New Andover Hymn Book,
Joseph S. Ropes, M. A., Boston, Mass.
Continuation on page 69, by Rev. L. Bacon, D. D., New Haven, Conn.
III. Roman Catholic Contributions and Missions, 93
Henry C. Kingsley, Esq., New Haven, Conn.
IV, China and the Chinese,
Prof. William D. Whitney, Yale College.
V. Revision of the English Bible,
Rev. Edward W. Gilman, Bangor, Me.
VI. Dr. Cleaveland's Reply to the New Englander, 164
Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, D. D., New Haven, Conn.
VII. Palestine a Perpetual Witness for the Bible, 192
Rev. Joseph P. Thompson, D. D., New York City.
VIII. Nature and the Supernatural,
Rev. Prof. Noah Porter, D. D., Yale College.
ARTICLE IX. NOTICES OF BOOKS:
HOVEY.-A Memoir of the Life
and Times of the Rev. Isaac
SCHEDEL.—The Emancipation of
Backus, M. A.,
DENISON.-Notes of the Baptists
BLEDSOE - A Theodicy,
and their Principles, in Nor-
FCENESS.—Thoughts on the Life
and Character of Jesus of
UHDEN, H. F.—The New England
SCHAFF.-History of the Christian
STEVENS. - History of Vethodism, 264 LONGFELLOW.—The Courtship of
WAYLAND.-Salvation by Christ, 267 HOLLAND.-Bitter Sweet. A Poem, 276
ALEXANDER, JAs. 'W.-Discourses, 268 The Autocrat of the Breakfast
PL- The Power of Prayer, 268 Table,
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.
GIBB8.—A Latin Analyst on Mod-
PALFREY.—History of New Eng.
ern Philological Principles, 279 land,
SPRAGUE.-Annals of the Ameri.
AGAS812. --Contributions to the
Natural History of the United
States of America,
The Congregational Quarterly, 287
SHERMAN.–Slavery in the United
States of America,
ARTICLE X. SELECT INTELLIGENCE:
Proposed New English Dictionary, 288 | Washington's Visit to New Eng-
New Haven and Hartford Two
Hundred and Twenty Years Connecticut Historical Collections, 292
290 | Dr. Taylor's Lectures on the Moral
Government of God,
Art. I. Anticipations of Man in Nature,
Prof. James D. Dana, LL. D., Yale College.
II. Chicago Theological Seminary,
Rev. N. H. Eggleston, Madison, Wis.
III. The Sepoy Mutiny,
Mr. J. Henry Jones, Andover, Mass.
IV. Dr. Bushnell's Sermons for the New Life,
Rev. H. M. Goodwin, Rockford, III.
V. James G. Percival,
Mr. Edward W. Robbins, Kensington, Conn.
VI. Meteorology of Palestine,
Prof. Denison Olmsted, LL. D., Yale College.
Rev. W. T. Eustis, New Haven, Conn.
VIII. Common Version and Biblical Revision,
Prof. J. W. Gibbs, LL. D., Yale College.
ARTICLE IX. NOTICES OF BOOKS.
| BARNES.—Life at Three-Score, 680
Hovey.--The State of the Impeni-
B. Stow.-Christian Brotherhood, 531
B. STOW.-Yirst Things,
BARNES.--The Atonement, in its
BOARDMAN.--The Higher Christian
relations to Law and Moral
EADI-A Commentary on the
Greek Text of the Epistle of Wilson.-A New History of the
Paul to the Philippians,
Conquest of Mexico,
GUTHRIE.—Christ and the Inherit-
The Rosetta Stone and its Inscrip-
ance of the Saints,
535 ABBOTT. — The Empire of Austria, 550
TRACY.—The Great Awakening, 535 Extracts from the Records of the
ARMSTRONG.–The Theology of
United Colonies of New Eng-
E. PORTER.-Letters on the Reli- Bronson: -The History of Water-
gious Revivals which prevail-
ed about the beginning of the Neill.-The History of Minnesota, 655
JESKYN.—The Extent of the Atone-
ment in its relation to God The New Liber Primus,
and the Universe,
KINGSLEY.—Sir Walter Raleigh
and his Time,
The New Priest in Conception Bay, 565
SASH, — Morality and the State, 537
BULLFINCH.—The Age of Chivalry, 568
Man and his Dwelling Place,
Thomson.- An Outline of the Ne-
cessary Laws of Thought, 538
Barnard's Educational Biography, 568
GERSTAECKER. Wild Sports in the
Masson.—The Life of John Milton, 538 Far-West,
ARAGO.—Biographies of Distin- DEXTER.-Street Thoughts,
guished Scientific Men, 541 Dalton.—The Wolf-boy of China, 571
STRICKLAND.—The Pionner Bishop, 542 CHAPIN.—The Evening of Life, • 571
Hawkins.-Life of John H. W. Readings for Young Men, Mer-
543 chants, and Men of Business, 571
Biographical Sketch of Amariah Struggles of the Early Christians, 571
Brigham, M. D.,
544 Patton.—Lectures on the Losing
Crosby. — Annual Obituary Notices
and Taking of Mansoul, 572
of Eminent Persons who have New edition of Webster's Una-
died in the United States, for
544 | The Edwardean Theory of the
BRIGHTWELL.-Palissy the Potter, 544 Atonement, -
The Persian Flower,
645 Books and Pamphlets received, 573
Art. IV. The Forces of the Pulpit, and their Relation to
Prof. Franklin W. Fisk, Chicago, Ill.
V. Thorndale ; Or the Conflict of Opinions,
Prof. Noah Porter, D. D., Yale College.
VI. The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue,
Henry C. Kingsley, Esq., New Haven, Conn.
VII. Italy and the War.
VIII. Hon. Aaron N. Skinner. Public Spirit in the
Private Citizen, .
Geo. B. Bacon, New Haven, Conn.
IX. Dr. Tyler and his Theology,
Rev. Prof. E. A. Lawrence, D. D., East Windsor, Conn.
X. The Atlantic Monthly, and the Professor at the
ARTICLE XI. NOTICES OF BOOKS:
The “Latin " Question,
PARK.-Discourses and Treatises
on the Atonement,
Discourses on the Atonement,
ELL18.—Three Visits to Madagas-
LANDIN. - Immortality of the Soul, 781
WHARTON.-Theism and Modern
Copenhagen to Venice, 805
HOADLY,—New Haven Colonial
Annotated Paragraph Bible, 784
TRUMBULL.-Colonial Records of
Thompson.—The Chistian Graces, 784
Connecticut, 1678-1688, 808
SPURGEOX.-Sermons. Fifth series, 785 Brinton.-Notes ou the Floridian
Theodore Parker's Experience as
786 DEAN.—The China Mission, 810
BUSHNELL. — Parting Words, 787 Old South Chapel Prayer Meeting, 810
UhdEx.-New England Theocracy, 788
Explanatory Question Book, 789
The Healing Art the Right Hand STUART.-Life of Jonathan Trum-
of the Church,
790 bull, Senior,
HEADLEY.-Life of Havelock, 812
Essay on Intuitive Morals,
790 The Haldanes and their Friends, • 812
Cuamplin.— Bishop Butler's Ethi- ADAMS.— The Poet Preacher, Chas.
cal Discourses and Essay on
791 PRIME.-The Bible in the Levant;
Life and Letters of the Rev.
C. N. Righter,
WEBSTER.-American Dictionary Catharine,
of the English Language. New WILLARD.-Willard Memoir, 816
· Pictorial ” Edition,
Swinton.--Rambles among Words, 798
RICHARDS.—Latin · Lessons and WELLS.-Annual of Scientific Dis-
covery, for 1858,