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Address, Substance of an, to the Teachers and Parents of the Church and the World, the, No. IX.-Self-denial (by the
Children connected with the Worcester Church of England Author of “Tales of the Martyrs"), cccxxx. 122.
Do. No. X.-Truth and Falsehood, cccxlii. 810.
Do. No. XI.--Zeal, cccxlv. 849.
Australia, cccxxii. 18.
Do. (rev. J. L. Petit), cccxliii. 316.
Church Extension (rev. W. Palmer, M.A., Oxford), cccxxiv. 45.
Church of England, Antiquity of (rev. Robt. Eden, M.A.),
British Church, remarkable Ecclesiastics of the earlier and
Doctrine and Practice of the Church of Rome, in the Dispen-
Do. No. VI.-Adrian IV., cccxxix. 111.
ch, Translation of (rev. J. Bull, M.A.), ccxlii. 300.
Mortality, by the rev. John Chandler, A.M., cccxxii. 1.
On the visible and invisible Spectators of human Conduct,
by the rev. H. Woodward, A.M., cccxxiii. 17.
On the Holiness of the Christian Vocation, by the rev. C.
Wildbore, No. I., cccxxiv. 33.
Dealtry, archd. (the Name of God), cccxxviii. 103. Drum-
On a proper Judgment respecting the holy Eucharist, No.
cils), cccxxvii. 87. Hawkes, Mrs., Memoirs (True Rest),
The Danger and Duty of private Judgment, No. I., by the
Latimer, bp. (the Born again), cccxl. 279; do. (Spiritual Re-
The Duty of those who have been “bought with a Price," by
247; do. (Universality of Faith), cccxl. 278; do. (Trust in
The Parochial System, by the rev. C. Colley, M.A., CCCxxxyli.
Newton, rev. J. (Griel), cccxxvii. 87.
The Mysteriousness of some of the divine Dispensations, by
The Church, No. II.---The distinct Classes of Churchmen, by
Cathedral of Christ Church, Oxford, cccxxvi. 65.
Visit of Sir H. Fane to the Rajah of Lahore, ccxliv. 336.
Wise Men of the East (New Testament Family Reader),
Mockery, the, at the Cross of Jesus, cccxxxiv. 188.
Nabulus, or Shechem (from Robinson's Biblical Researches),
Notice of attempts made to convert the Popish Natives of Ire-
land to the Established Church, cccxlvii. 873.
Microscope, the, cccxl. 270.
264; American Episcopacy (Colton), cccxlvii. 876; Ap-
cccxxvii. 88; Blindness (R. H. Blunt), cccxxiii. 32; Books
zine), cccii. 430.
ence of fashion (Mrs. Gore), cccxxii. 16.
•Lays of Palestine, No. XIV., by the rev. T. G. Nicholas
•Sonnels (W. P. Sparks, esq.), cccxlv. 851.
*Do. I know, O Lord, that thy judgments are right,
*The Traveller, the old Man, and the Lily (H. Clarko),
go down" (T. Ragg)? cccxxii. 15.
• The pieces marked are original.