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INDEX OF AUTHORS.
Adams, F. A.-Music in Churches, II, Bacon, L.-England Two Hundred
Years Ago, I, 250.
Public Libraries, I, 307.
itive Church, I, 390.
Review of Bishop Whittingham's
The Ordination of Arthur Carey, I,
Connecticut, [A. C. Coxe), in re-
ply to the criticisms of the New
ham's Charge to the Clergy, II,
Controversy. Review of T. Brain-
erd's sermon, II, 233.
ney [A. B. Chapin) on New Eng-
landism, II, 309.
Review of the Bishop's Attorney [A. B.
The Martyrdom of Bishop Onderdonk,
The New Post Office Law, III, 536.
Review of Coit and others on the Pa-
Shall Capital Punishment be Abol-
Responsibility in the management of
Societies, V, 28.
Public Spirit in the Private Citizen, 306.
The War with Mexico, V, 604.
The Ethics of the Right of Suffrage,
Tyler, VI, 603.
The New Earth, VII, 1.
Bacox, L.-Macaulay and the Anglo- Bacon, L.–Palfrey's History of New
England, XVIII, 1020,
Puritan History, XIX, 126.
The Martyrs under Queen Elizabeth,
the Suffolk North Association of
Congregational Ministers, VII, 478. Bacon, L. W.-Layard's Discoveries,
The Home Heathen, and how to
reach them, XVIII, 998.
remarks on Webster's Speech in the Bacon, W. T.—The Fallen Eagle. A
Morning. A Poem, IV, 368.
BAIRD, H. M.— The Military Orders,
Hopkins, X, 448.
ica, IV, 229.
Barnes, A.-Position of the Evangelical
New Church, V, 493.
Barrows, W. --Immigration ; its Evils
Ancient and Modern India, XV. 29.
chusetts, XVI, 851.
and Government, XIV, 447. Beecher, C.-- Typology, XII, 203.
Session of the 34th Congress (1856), BEECIER, Miss C. M.-Intuitire Trutls.
the Westminster Assembly, 1V, 856
The Right of Property in Land, VIII,
of the Constitution as respects the
and direct Taxes, advocated, III,
Relations of the Federal Constitution
to Slavery, III, 595.
BITTINGER, J. B.—Hebrew Servitude, | CAESEBROCGH, A. S.-Mysticism in its
relation to Christianity, V, 348.
and Works of William Ellery Chan- minster Review on Septenary In-
stitutions, X, 207.
Is the Pulpit losing its Power? XIV,
ary Law upon Civil Government The Sphere of the Pulpit, XV, 135.
The Design and Nature of Punish-
ment under the Divine Government,
tions of a Country Parson, XIX, The Problem of Inspiration, XIX,
BOURNE, W, 0.—Missionary Operations CLARK, S. D.—Review of the Memoir of
Rev. Oliver Alden Taylor, XI, 509.
God's Regard for the Church, XII,
of the World's Conversion, XII,
on the Inductive Method in Theol- The Evangelizing Church, IV, 221.
CLARK, W.-The Philosophy of Reform,
moir of D. T. Stoddard, XVI, 874.
ing, X, 188.
The Discontented Classes, XI, 639.
Colton, II.-Winter. A Poem, I, 34.
CORNING, W. H.- Manufacturing Cor-
lages, VII, 240.
Christ as the Foundation of Chris-
to the Clergy of Connecticut, II, Mary Lyon, X, 259.
Method of Christian Progress, II,
CUYLER, T. L.-Edinburgh Reviewers,
Review of Vinet's Vital Christianity,
Swift, XII, 198.
Carpenter's Principles of Physiol. Metrical Psalms, IV, 72.
The Psalms in Worship, IV, 312.
Review of the Ilymn Book of the
cut, IV, 422.
Daggett, 0. E.—The Impressiveness of Dutton, H.-The_Doings of the Last
Connecticut Legislature on Tem-
perance and Liberty, XII, 419.
H. Smith's “ Universalism, Exam-
ined, Renounced, Exposed," I, 35.
plication to High Church Episco-
pacy, II, 66.
Review of Dr. G. Peck on the Divine
Rule of Faith, II, 304.
ments, as distinguished from Bap-
Presence, II, 510.
Review of Dr. J. S. Stone's Memoir of
The Tract Society's Alterations of
Standard Works, reviewed and ced-
Classical Spelling Book, II, 350. Review of Gov. Hammond's Defense
Clarkson, III, 567.
Religious Instruction of the Slaves,
Memoir of John Breed Dwight, IV,
Review of Albert Barnes's “Seriptural
Review of Nathaniel Hawthorne's
Twice Told Tales, and Mosses from
Clerical Office-a Letter from a The Sufferings of Christ not confined
Church Universal, V, 247.
Public Schools, VI, 230.
tion of Sectarian for PublicScbools,"
the Life of Dr. Milnor, VII 1.9.
Review of S. Treat's Report, VII,
Popular Education in the West by
parte at St. Helena, XIV, 215. David Hale, VIII, 129.
Higher Law.”) Mr. Seward's Speech
on the Admission of California,
Reform and Reformers, VIII, 507.