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Aguilar, Grace, Vale of Cedars, 251. Barnes on the Gospels, 768.
Amyott's Home, The, 383.
Bees, The Revolt of the, 639.
Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Binney, T., Men of Glasgow and
Women of Scotland, 122; Dissen.
Ancient and Mediaval Art, Works ters and the Papacy, 739.
of, 84; exhibited by Society of Blackburn, J., Lectures on Nineveh,
Arts, 85, 91.
Anderson, W., on Regeneration, 381. Blackie, J. S., Lyrical Dramas of
Anti-state-church Association Tracts, Æschylus, 436; close and free
631; Triennial Conference, 99, translation, 437 ; Prometheus, 442;
102; outline of its proceedings, citations from the Seven Chiefs,
105; report, 106; popular gather 443; the Persians,' 444; the 'Aga-
ings as tests of progress of opinion, memnon,' ib. ; rendering of ana-
107; attack by the British Ban pæstic metres, 446 ; interpretations
ner,' 112; its inconsistencies, 113, of the text, 448; rhymed or prose
120, and untruthfulness, 104, 120. translations, 455.
Aristocracy, what, 729, 730; not the Blakey, R., History of the Philosophy
government in England rightfully, of Mind, 27; relation of it to
731 ; but de facto, 733; proved by Christian theology, 31; character-
failure of the Reform Bill, 735; istics of English, French, and
construction of present Cabinet, German speculation, 33; nature of
736; semi-papal established church, Logic, 35; Descartes, 40; Spinoza,
737: the constitution not a system Leibnitz, 42; Locke, 42; Kant,
of checks, 732.
43; Cousin, 45.
Arnot, W., Memoir of James Halley, Blank-page Bible, The, 765.
Blaze de Bury, Baroness, Germania,
Ash, E., Notes on the New Testa 562; her aristocratic and autocratic
tastes, 564; admiration of Austrian
Austrian Officer, Personal Adven heroes, 568.
tures of, 641.
Bremer, F., Easter Offering, 46; Life
Aveling, T., Missionary Souvenir, in Denmark, 50; political develop-
Bridges, C., Manual for the Young,
Badham, C. D., Esculent Funguses of 377.
England, 490, 511; sudden growth Brock, W., Sacramental Religion,
of some, 500; theory of their ori 739; heresy of Romish and Angli-
gin, 503; importance as articles of can churches, 746.
diet, 506; other uses, 507; regula- | Brown, D., Christ's Second Coming,
tions of the Roman markets for, 666; millenarianism a species of
infidelity, ib.; opposed to the first
principles of interpretation, 668; Dick, A. C., On Church Polity, 766.
à revival of the Jewish errors as 10 Dissenters, their duty in relation lo
Messiah's Kingdom, 672.
Popery, 760; to be neither indif-
Burgess, II., Truthand Orthodoxy,255. ferent nor intolerant, 761 ; and not
Burke, J. B., Historic Lands of Eng- 10 invoke civil authority in any
land, 728 ; Anecdutes of the Aris- ecclesiastical matter, ib.
Burke, P., Celebrated Trials connected Edwards, J., Exposition of the
with Aristocracy, 728.
Bushman, J. P., Cholera and Its Ellet, Mrs., Family Pictures from the
Byam, G., Western Republics of Elliot, Gilbert, Sermons on Subjects of
America, 341; Chilian horses, 343; the day, 635.
herds, 344; laws of marriage and
succession, 348; natural history of Fable for Critics, A, 587; skeleb of
the condor and ostrich, 346; alli- Emerson, ib.; Willis, 588; Neak,
Female Agency among the Heathen,
Capes, H., Sunday in London, 636. 379.
Carlyle, Thos., Latter Day Pam- Foreign Policy of the Government,
phlets, 385; his style, 387; truisms, 230; international customs of Eu-
388; false analogies, 389; exagge- rope, 232; no specific law, 234;
ration, 391 ; condition and pros- political condition of Greece, 236;
pects of the country, 393; aim of denial of justice to English sub-
ihese tracts to impeach democracy, jects, 239; Pacifico's case, 241;
395; model prisons, 396; project principle of non-interference, 244.
for saving the country, 399; Stump Froude, J. A., Nemesis of Faith, 257,
orators, 401; Parliaments, 404; 263; objections to its coral, 265 ;
Hudson-worship, 405; character of its contradictions, 267.
Fox, W. J., On the Religious Idea,
Cassell's Library, 380.
158; outline of the Lectures, 159,
Champneys, W. w., Images, 377. 165; low estimate of Christ, 167;
Cheever, G. B., Windings of the author's pantheism, 170; such
River of Water of Life, 381.
writings not to be ignored or indis-
Clark, W. G., Summer Months in criminately condemned, 172.
Foxton, F.J., Popular Christianity,
Clarkson, W., India and the Gospel, 257, 261.
Croly, G., on Marriage with Wife's Greeks, Lives of Illustrious, 638.
Cumming, Dr. J., Sermon before the Hanna, W., Life of Chalmers, 707 ;
Queen, 692; its publication a ques- early tastes and opinions, 710;
tionable thing, 698; its gross
death of his brother George, 713;
offences against good taste, 700, conversion, 715, 717; bis journal,
705; and sound theology, 705 ; 716; marriage, 719; Sydney Smith
miseries of a popular preacher, 692. and Carey, 721; visit of Andrew
Cumming, R. G. Hunter's Life in Fuller, 723; removal to Glasgow,
South Africa, 476; ostriches, 479; 725; astronomical discourses, 726;
cameleopards, 481; elephants, 483; merits of the memoir, 728.
hippopotamus hunt, 484 ; dangers Happiness, Letters on, 382.
of a hunter's life, 488.
Hävernick, Dr., Introduction to the
Death Punishment, 317; the argu- Henry, Matthew, Gems from, 382.
ment from terror unsound, 321; Hinton, J. H., Romish Hierarchy in
fear of death does not restrain from England, 739.
crime, 323; execution of W. Ross, Hughes, H., Romish Practices in the
468; his innocence, 475.
English Church, 739; its assump-
tion of infallibility, 741; figment
of apostolical succession, 742, and
sacramental efficacy, 743; humi-
liating position of the Anglian
clergy, 752; acknowledging the
validity of Papal orders, 754 ;
but ignored by the Pope, 755; the
root of the evil Church and State
Hungary and Austria, 604; pretences
of Austrians, 608; conditions of
Austrian independence, 611 ; sui-
cidal Policy of Cabinet of Vienna,
613; instability of their centralized
system, 622; constitutional growth
of Hungary, 616; England not
uninterested, 626; the future, 627.
Hunt, Leigh, Autobrography of, 409;
no politician, 412; his imprison-
ment, 414; criticism, 416; too
high an estimate of Charles Lamb,
418; Coleridge, 419; visit to Italy,
Hussey, Mrs. T. J., Illustrations of
British Mycology, 490, 511; nature
of fungi, 493 ; beauty of their
colour, 495; differences of odour
and savour, 499; phosphorescent,
ib. ; dimensions, 501 ; uses, 507;
fairy rings, 505.
Jones, G., Life of Chantrey, 653; a
poor production, 658; Chantrey's
strength, 663; and weakness, 665.
Kelly, J., Discourses on Holy Scrip-
Kent, W., Aletheia, 636.
King, D., State and Prospects of
Kip, W., Early Conflicts of Christi-
Kitto, Dr. J., Daily Bible Illustra-
Literary Intelligence, 127, 255, 383,
512, 639, 771.
Lynch, T. T., Memorials of Theophilus
Trinal, 599; how we should work,
600 ; the heavens at night, 601 ;
Christ's abiding with his people, 603.
London, Bishop of, his charge, 739 ;
in its essence, Popery, 745; to save
baptismal magic quibbles about
scriptural meaning of regeneration,
744; his tergiversation on ceremo-
Maitland, C., Apostles' School of Pro-
phetic Interpretation, 123.
Marsden, J. B., History of the Puri-
tans, 675; his general estimate of
them, 677; Act of Uniformity, 680;
Cartwright, 681 ; his controversy
with Whitgift, 684 ; persecutions of
Elizabeth, 685; condition of Puri-
tans at close of her reign, 686; con-
temptible character of James I.,
688; Roger Williams, 690.
McGill, H., Life of Hugh Heugh,
309; its value to ministers, 313;
energy, discretion, and dignity, in
public affairs, 315-317.
Medical Missions, Lectures on, 637.
Melville, H., Omoo, 425; attack on
the South Sea Missions, 426-429;
falsehood of his charges, 433; de-
bauchery of his character, 434.
Merivale, C., History of the Romans
under the Empire, 196; estimate of
Plutarch, 198; morality of Roman
trials, 201, and wars, 203; forensic
advocacy, 204; the Catilinian con-
spiracy, 206; unsatisfactory portrai-
ture of Lucullus and Crassus, 208;
Cato, 209; aspersions on Pompeius,
212; his moral excellences, 217;
Cæsar's licentiousness, 524; bri-
bery, 522; intrigues, 528; mean-
ness, 529; prætorship, 530; con-
sulate, 535; violent and outrageous
conduct, 537; very unsound mo-
rality of Mr. Merivale, 516, 521,
Meteyard, Eliza, Doctor's Little
Miall, E., The Pope and the Prelates,
Mnemonic Chronology of British His-
Montgomery, James; Poetical Works,
Laing, S., Social and Political State
of Europe in 1848, 375.
Lebahn, Falck, Self-instructor in Ger-
Libraries, Public, Report from Select
Committee on, 1; principal Euro-
pean, 5; France, 7; Germany and
Belgium, 8; England, 9 ; Univer-
sity Libraries, 13; Dr. Williams's,
14; Sion College, 15; Tenison's,
Lighted Valley, The, 378.
Montgomery, R., God and Man, 634.
Moore, G., Health, Disease, and Re-
Morris, A. J., Roar of the Lion, 739;
objections to his æsthetics of re-
National Cyclopædia, 231.
Newman, F. W., The Soul and Phases
of Faith, 257, 268; leave only the
sentiment of religion, 269; conclu-
sions beyond the premises, 270;
identify theological dogmas with
Scripture truths, 271; assumed
errors in the Bible, 273; reckless
charges, 275, 277, and conclusions,
278; new theory proposed, merely
a Christless Christianity, 279.
Nicholson, Asenath, Lights and
Shades of Ireland, 638.
Norwegian Sailor, The, 380.
Samuel, P., Methodist Missions in
Schliermacher, Dr. F., Outlines of
Study of Theology, 126.
Schlesinger, M., War in Hungary,
641; Gorgey's Surrender at Vila-
gos, 643, the Hungarian character,
648; bivouac of Bem, 650; Kossuth
at Widdin, 651; purity of his patri-
otism, 652; Haynau's butcheries,
Scoffern, Dr., on Manufacture of
Sugar, 575; imperfections of pre-
sent process, 567; discovery of a
superior, 578; official attempts to
damage the invention, 580; worth-
lessness of their conclusions, 582 ;
anti-slavery effect of the discovery,
Scratchley, A., Treatise on Building
Benefit Societies, 324 ; some based
on unsound prineiples, 326; plan
of permanent societies, 329.
Scripture Sites and Scenes, 255.
Session, review of the, 351; Austra-
lian Colonies Act, 354; Insolvent
Members' Bill, 356; the ballot not
a social necessity, 357; legal re-
forms, 358; County Courts, 359;
Church and Viceroyalty questions,
362; Metropolitan Interments
Act, 364; Woods and Forests, 366;
marriage with wife's sister, 368 ;
University reform, 369; Irish mea-
Owen, John, The Works, of, edited by
Paine, D. G., Task of the Age, 769.
Payne, G., Lectures on Christian The-
ology, 68, 74; his reply to Hume
against miracles, 70; Anti-state-
church opinions, 73.
Peace Congress at Paris, 376.
Pepe, Lieut.-Gen.; Erents in Italy,
1847 to 1849, 147; treachery of
King of Naples, 149; Austrian
atrocities at Brescia, 155; tactics
against Venice, 157.
Pepys, Samuel, Diary, 296 ; his ma-
trimonial quarrels, 299, 305, 307;
Dutch invasion, 301 ; avaricious-
Phillips, Sir T., Life of James Davies,
Pulpit, The, why its influence has
declined, 541; frequent services,
ib.; conventionally narrow range,
542; pastoral visitation expected,
ib.; general diffusion of knowledge,
547; suggestions for its revival,
Pulszky, T., Memoirs of a Hungarian
Lady, 641, 642.
Rerelation, The, Expositions of, 380.
Rhind, W., Class Book of Physical
Romanism in England, 382.
Ross, William, Trial and Execution
of, 468 ; his innocence, 475.
Sheppard, J., Three Essays, 220; re-
cognition in the life to come, 221;
the onus probundi rests on its im-
pugners, 223; scriptural argument,
225; objections answered, 227.
Sleigh, W. C., On Marriage with
Deceased Wife's Sister, 372.
Smibert, T., The Clans of the High-
lands, 459; their associations, 466;
have produced few men of genius.
Smith, G., Doctrine of the Cherubim,
Smith, J. Toulmin, Corporation of
London Reform, 129; local as op-
posed to centralized government,
133; recent encroachment of the
latter, 134; Magna Charta a con-
firmation not a grant, 136; exclu-
sive rights of .freemen'a modern
notion, 138; The Alderman's Act,
141; ra!e-paying clauses, 142.
Smith, Sydney, Elementary Sketches | Thompson, T., History of Scotland,
of Moral Philosophy, 93; definition 253.
of art, 96; value of authors' prac- Tomkins, S., Influence of Revelation
tical comments, 97; comparison on Ancient Heathen Writers, 767.
with Carey, 721.
Townsend, W. C., Modern State
Somsich, P., Rights of Hungary, 604. Trials, 247.
Sortain, J., Sermons by, 629.
Southey, Robt., Life and Correspond Vagrant, Life of a, 252.
ence of, 173 ; its moral, 180; Com- Vaux, A. W. S. W., Nineveh and
mon-place book, 373,
Spring, G., The Mercy Seat, 769. Vere, Aubrey de, Picturesque Sketches
Steane, Edward, Life of Joseph Guta of Greece and Turkey, 283; Ionian
sports, 286; Constantinople, 290;
Stephens, T., Literature of the Mohammedan justice, 292.
Kymri, 181; disadvantages of re- Voice from the North, 125.
tention of Welsh language, 183,
189; its poetry distinguished by Webb, Mrs. J. B., Martyrs of Car-
power and pathos, 184 ; Welsh
Weld, Richard, Auverge, Piedmont,
St. John, B., residence in the Le- and Savoy, 250.
vant, 18; oriental malediction, 21 ; Williams, D., Science Simplified, 769.
Alexandrian life, 22; slavery, 23; Wilmot, R. A., Summer Time in the
Views in Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, Country, 254.
Winslow, Oct., Grace and Truth,
St. John, H. R., Life of Columbus, 125.
Wiseman, Cardinal, Appeal to the
Stoughton, J., Spiritual Heroes, 768. English People, 739; a Romish
Strauss, F. A., Sinai and Golgotha, hierarchy no invasion of Queen's
76; Greek Church, 78; Coptic, 80; supremacy, 757, or prerogative,
Church of the Sepulchre, 82.
759; inconsistency of Lord John
Syme, J. B., Readings for Railways, Russell, 760.
Wordsworth, W., Poetical Works of,
Swaine, E., No Popery! the cry ex- 56 ; the poetry of Natural The-
ology, 57; not to be confounded
Swan, T., Existence and Attributes with Pantheism, 60; Wordsworth's
of God, 765.
religious deficiencies, 61; artistic
skill, 62; private life, 64; poetical
Taylor, C. B., Facts in a Clergyman's character, 65, 559; and degree,
552, 554; the Laureateship, 67;
Taylor, H., The Virgin Widow, 293. his posthumous poem The Prelude,
Tennyson, A., In Memoriam, 330; 550 ; its plan, 556; Wordsworth
its personal interest, 332; scope of and Milton compared, 560.
the poem, 334 ; its definiteness, Working Man's Friend, 375.
338; structure of his verse, 339.
Thomas, D., Crisis of Being, 252. Zsedenyi, E., Present State of Hun-
Thomson, James, Exposition of Luke's
Gospel, 539, 548.