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Acland's Illustrations of the Vaudois, in a Series of Views

277

Annual Biography and Obituary

339

Anthologia Sacra

522

Anti-Slavery Reporter

244

Appeal, An, to the Clergy; shewing the necessity of a Reformation in the present

Constitution of the English Ecclesiastical Establishment

97

Art in Nature, and Science Anticipated

542

Bacon's Examination of certain Passages of Scripture, which have been appealed to

by some late Friends of the British and Foreign Bible Society, in Justification

of their Separation from that Institution

Balaam. By the Author of “ Modern Fanaticism Unveiled

Beverley's Sermon on the Unknown Tongues

ib.

Biblical Series of the Family Cabinet Atlas

Brenton's Sermon on the promiscuous use of the Burial Service

Burder's (Dr. H. F.) Four Lectures on the Law of the Sabbath

281

Calabria, during a Residence of Three Years

536

Carlile (Rev. J.) on Scriptural Education in Ireland

Chenevix's Essays on the National Character

Christian Spectator, The

Christian's, The, Family Library

Conder's (Josiah) Law of the Sabbath, Religious and Political

281

Cooper's (Professor) Lectures on the Elements of Political Economy

Copland on Pestilential Cholera

260

Cunningham's (Rev. J. W.) Political Duties of the Ministers of Religion

93

Davies's Ordinances of Religion Practically Illustrated and Applied

281

Dikes's Call to Union

451

Dibdin's Sunday Library

522

Drummond's (Dr.) Letters to a Young Naturalist

16)

Dudley's Two Letters Addressed to a Friend in Wales, on the Constitution of the

British and Foreign Bible Society

268

Evans's Rectory of Valehead

454

Family Cabinet Atlas

157

Forbes's

Sermons on the Lord's Day

281

Georgian Era, The

Gilpin and Valpy's Anthologia Sacra

Greenfield's Polymierian Greek Lexicon to the New Testament

189

Novi Testamenti Græci Tameion. Schmidt's Concordance

ib.

Gurney's Brief Remarks on the History, Authority, and Use of the Sabbath . 281

Hints on the Evidence of Christianity

361

Terms of Union

451

Hack's (Maria) Geological Sketches

161

Hall's (Bishop) Select Works

522

Rev. R.) Works. Edited by Dr. Gregory

189. 397

Harkness's Description of the Aborigines of the Neilgherry Hills

Hartley's Researches in Greece and the Levant

495

Heeren's Reflections on the Politics, Intercourse, and Trade of the Ancient Nations

of Africa

225

Henley's (Lord) Plan of Church Reform

512

Hoole's Personal Narrative of a Mission to the South of India

422

Hougl's Letters on the Climate, Inhabitants, &c. of the Neilgherries

ib.
212

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Innes's Liberia; or the Early History of the American Colony of Free Negroes on

the Coast of Africa

Keightley's Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy

277

King's Comparative Claims of the British and Foreign Bible Society calmly Dis-

cussed

268

Landers's Journal of an Expedition to Explore the Course and Termination of the

Niger

Le Bas's Life of Wicliff

522

Lessey's Sermons on the Priesthood of Christ

547

Library of Ecclesiastical Knowledge

97, 522, 528

Literary Intelligence

96, 187, 278, 366, 459, 550

Macfarlan's Treatise on the Authority, Ends, and Observance of the Sabbath 281

Milner's History of the Seven Churches in Asia

495

Modern Sabbath, The, Examined

281

Morison's (Dr.) Sermon on the Christian Pastor Visiting his Flock

276

Narrative of Events connected with the late Disturbances in Jamaica

544

Neander's History of the Christian Religion and Church during the Three First

Centuries

461

Noel's (Hon. and Rev. B.) Appeal on behalf of the British and Foreign Bible

Society

ib.

North American Review on Reform

471

Park's Dogmas of the Constitution

ib.

Poland, Homer, and other Poems

442

Prison Discipline, Eighth Report of the Society for Improving

313

Pritchard's Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations

145

Report (Annual) of the General Union for Promoting the Observance of the

Christian Sabbath

281

Rights of Industry, The

Sabbath Question, The, a Question of Civil and Religious Liberty

281

Sacred Offering, The

89

Saturday Evening. By the Author of « The Natural History of Enthusiasm 172

Scott's (Rev. J.) Trinitarian Bible Society

Luther and the Lutheran Reformation

Sibree's Expostulatory Epistle to the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

Simeon's Sermons on the Offices of the Holy Spirit

Sismondi's History of the Italian Republics. (Lardner's Cyclopædia.)

276

Spain and Portugal, History of. (Lardner's Cyclopædia.)

441

Swan's Idolatry, a Poem

355

Tayler's (Rev. C. B.) Record of a Good Man's Life, &c.

345

Taylor's Tales of the Saxons

550

Theological Library, The

522

Tiptaft's Letter to the Bishop of Salisbury

Tour in England, Ireland, and France. By a German Prince

67

Vestry Library, The

522

Vevers's Essay on the National Importance of Methodism

Wardlaw's Discourse on the Sabbath

Whately's (Dr.) Introductory Lectures on Political Economy

1

Wilks's (Rev. C. S.) Bible Society Question Considered

451

Wilson (Rev. D.) on the Divine Authority and Perpetual Obligation of the Lord's

Day

Evidences of Christianity

48, 361

Woodroofle's (Mrs.) Shades of Character

345

Woods's (Dr.) Letters to the Rev. N. W. Taylor

Working Man's Companion, The

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Works recently published

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GENERAL INDEX.

VOL. VII. THIRD SERIES.

ACADEMIES, dissenting, 106.
Acland's illustrations of the Vaudois, 277.
Africa, ancient; see Heeren,
Africa, central; see Lander.
Africa, climate of, 85.
American colonization society, 78. 85.
Annual Biography, the, 339; Hope's es-

say on the origin and prospects of man,
ib.; the Eclectic review of Carrington's

Dartmoor, 343.
Anthologia Sacra, the, 535.
Asia, seven churches of, 510.

Bacon's examination of certain passages of

Scripture which have been appealed to
by some late friends of the British and
Foreign Bible Society in justification of

their separation from that institution, 268.
Balaam, by the author of Modern Fanati-

cism, 45; view of Balaam's character,

ib.
Beverley's sermon on the unknown tongues,

44; mischief produced by the vieu's of

the modern prophets, 45.
Bible Society controversy, 208. 451;

dedication of Christian churches to
saints, 268; Trinitarian Bible Society,
269; union of orthodor dissenters and
Socinians, 273; the Red-cross Street
association of ministers of the three de.

nominations, 274.
Biblical series of the Family Cabinet Atlas,

157.
British constitution, the; see Parke.
Burder's (Dr. H. F.) four lectures on the

law of the Sabbath as contained in the
Scriptures, 281: character of the fourth
commandment, 299; character of the
work, 309.

Calabria, during a military residence of

three years, 536; description of the
country, 537; character of this work,

539; the battle of St. Euphemia, 541.
Capital punishments, 92.
Capo d'Istrias, character of, 495.
Carlile on scriptural education in Ireland,

363; reply to Mr. Gordon, M.P., ib.
Carrington's Dartmoor, the Eclectic re-

view of, 343.
Carthage; see Heeren.
Catholic Association, the leaders of, 75.
Celtic nations, the; see Pritchard.
Chenevix's essays upon national character,

324; motives for undertaking the work,
325; causes which form or modify the
character of nations, ib.; phrenological
science, 326; úse and value of this essay,
327; use of the terms “pride' and
vanity', 328; comparative statement of
the crimes commilted in England and
France, 329; Italian republics, 333;
British patriotism, 335; states to which

England has given birth, 336.
Cholera; see Copland.
Christianity, evidences of, 361; see also
Wilson.

social effects of, 442.
Christian's Family Library, 534.
Church, import of the word, 463.
Church, the, and the dissenters, 97; see

Vevers.
Church history; see Neander.
Church reform; see Henley.
Civil government, origin and form of, 226.
Coleridge's idea of the British constitu-

tion, 471.
Colossæ, description of, 509.
Commerce of ancient states, 233.

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Conder's Law of the Sabbath, religious

and political, 282. Cooper's lectures on the elements of poli

tical economy, I; fallacies in the science, 4; character of the lectures, 25; practical experiments in America, 26; state of society in America, 27; imprisonment for dibt in America, ib.; failure of republicanism in certain states of society, 28; the political melioration of society consequent upon the moral or religious

emancipation of the people, 29. Copland (Dr.) on the nature, prevention,

and treatment of pestilential cholera, 260; ignorance of the profession on the reception and transmission of pestilential maladies, ib.; transmission of the cholera, 262; mitigated virulence of the cholera in Europe, 263; symptoms of the disease, 264; mode of treatment, 265; preventives, 266; phenomena in the transmission and spread of infectious

maladies, 267. Crime, increase of, 314; see Prison disci

pline. Criminal offenders in England and Wales,

313. Cunningham's (Rev. J. W.) sermon

on

the political duties of the ministers of religion in times of great national ex.

citement, 93. Davies's Ordinances of religion practically

illustrated and applied, 281; character of the work, 310; value of the sabbath as a preservative against the engrossing

cares of the world, ib. Dibdin's Sunday Library, 528. Dissenters and the church, 97; see Ve

vers. Drummond's letters to a young naturalist,

161; advantages of directing the altention of youuh to the study of nature, 165; animadversions on the author's deistical principles, 166; examination of

materialism, 168. Dudley's two letters on some prevalent

misconceptions relative to the constitu-
tion and proceedings of the British and
Foreign Bible Society, 268.

Geology; see Hack.
Georgian era, the, 339; character of, 343;

memoir of the first earl of Liverpool, ib.;
character of the late Lord Londonderry,

344. German prince, tour of a, 67; Goëthe's

description of, ib. ; character of, 68; the
Vale of Llangollen, 69; the mountain
region of Wale's, 70; the chain bridge
over the Menai, 71; description of the
Irish people, 72; parallel between the
Irish and the Sclavonian women, 73;
portrait of Daniel O'Connell and his
confessor, ib.; leaders of the Catholic As-

sociation, 75; scenery about the Wye, 76.
Gibbon, character of, 465.
God, eternity of, 195.
Greece; see Hartley.
Greek Lexicon and Concordance, by Wm.

Greenfield, 159.
Greenfield's Greek Lexicon and Concord-

ance, 159; appeal on behalf of their

editor, 161. Gurney's (Joseph Johın) 'brief remarks on

the history, authority, and use of the sabbath, 281; character of the work, 309; observance of the Lord's day by the early Christians, ib.

Hints on

the portable evidence of Christianity, 36).

Hack's, Mrs., Geological Sketches, 161;

formation of the earth, 169. Hall's, Robert, Works, edited by Olinthus

Gregory, 189; Mr. Hall's pulpit talents, 191; his character as a writer, 193; the eternity of Gud, 195; humility before God, 199; profane use of the name of God, 203; modern Unitarianism, 206; Mr. Hall's political principles, 211, 397; political aspect of Europe, 398; apology for the freedom of the press, 399; Whigs and Tories, 401; vindication of Disseniers, 403; necessity of reform, 405; various political tracts, 407; defence of village preaching, 411; incompatibility of devotion with faclion, 413; design and position of the Established Church, 414; Mr. Hall's aversion from reviewing, 418, note; Fast Sermon, 419; Mr. Hall's political principles unchanged, 420. Harkness's description of a singular abori

ginal race inhabiting the summit of the Neilgherry hills, or Blue mountains of Coimbatoor, 422; excursion up the mountains, ib.; description of the mountains, 424; account of the aborigines, • 425; a funeral sacrifice, 429; authen.

ticity of these accounts doubtful, 432;

description of the Cohatins, 433. Ilartley's researches in Greece and the

Earth, the, formation of, 169.
Ephesus, description of, 508.
Evans's Rectory of Valehead, 454; consti-

tution of a Christian family, ib.; the
preachers, 457.

Faction incompatible with devotion, 413.
Fiction, the use of, as a vehicle of instruc-

tion, 350.
Forbes's sermons on the Lord's day, 281.

Jamaica, insurrection in, 244; causes of,

245. 257; conduct of Lord Belmore, 248; Mr. Custos Macdonald, 250; treatment of the missionaries, 253, 544; causes of the rebellion, ib.; conspiracy against the missionaries, 545.

Keightley's Mythology of Ancient Greece

and Italy, 277. King's, Lord, enquiry into the primitive church, 462.

comparative claims of the British and Foreign Bible Society and the Trinitarian Bible Society calmly discussed, 268.

Levant, 495; unsettled state of Greece, ib.; character of Capo d'Istrias, ib.; French influence in Greece, 496; English policy in reference to Greece, 4.99; public education in Greece, 500; circu. lation of the Scriptures, 501; liberality of the Greeks, 504; Quarterly Reviewer's description of the Greeks, 505, note; vices of the Greeks, 506; desolate state of the Morea, 507; illustrations of Scripture,

ib.; Ephesus, 508; Colossa, 509. Henley's, Lord, plan of church reform,

515; struggles between the commons and the church at the commencement of the 15th century, ib.; change in the character of the hierarchy, 514; grounds of complaint against the clergy, ib. ; church reform no longer to be evaded, 515; necessity of ecclesiastical reform, ib.; gain to the church by a reform of her discipline, 518; arguments for sinecures and pluralities, ib.; Lord Henley's plan, 520; political functions of the

bishops, 521. Heeren's reflections on the politics, inter

course, and trade of the ancient nations of Africa, 225; character of this trans. lation, 226; origin of civil government, ib.; religion the bond of society, 228 ; evils resulting from the union of spiritual and secular functions, 231; commerce of ancient states, 233; ancient Carthage, 235; relations of Cartage with Spain, 237; the religion of the Carthaginians, 238; geography of Interior Africa, 239; man-hunting, 240. Heresies. See Simeon. Hierarchy. See Henley. Holy Spirit, offices of. See Simeon. Hoole's personal narrative of a mission to

the south of India, 422; character of the work, 439; description of the Sheravaraya

hills, ib.; tumuli, 441. Hope's essay on the origin and prospects

of man, 339. Hough's letters on the climate, inhabitants,

and productions of the Neilgherries, or Blue mountains of Coimbatoor, 422; description of the Kuthurs, 434; the Koorumburs thought to be the remnant of a Roman colony, 436; funereal mo

numents, 438. House of Commons. See Park. Humility before God, 199.

Lander's journal of an expedition to explore

the course and termination of the Niger, 369; progress of discovery in Interior Africa, ib.; benefits to Africa of the new discovery, 370; communication between the waters of Soudan and Egypt, 371; sketch of the route of the expedition, 375; poisoning and clubbing of widows at Jenna, 377; description of the cumbrie tribes of Central Africa, 383; procession of the water king' on the Niger, 389 ; description of the inhabitants of Zagozhi, 390; encounter with hippopo

tami, 392. Languages, affinities of, 151.

See Pritchard. Lardner's Cabinet Library and Cyclopædia,

527. Le Bas's Life of Wicliff, 528; character of

Wicliff, 529. Lessey's sermons on the priesthood of

Christ, 547; experimental bearings of the subject, 548; nature of religion, 549; importance of the doctrine of Christ's

priesthood, ib. Liberia, colony of. See Innes. Libraries, popular, 522; revolution in lite

rature, 525; Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopædia and Library, 527; vestry library, ib.; library of ecclesiastical knowledge, 528; Dr. Dibdin's Sunday library, ib.; theological library, ib.; Le Bas's and Vaughan's lives of Wicliff, ib.; character of Wicliff, 529; character of Fitzralph, 532; Christian's family library, 534; Anthologia Sacra, 535; library of eccle

siastical knowledge, 528. Literary intelligence, 94. 550. 280. 366.

459. 187. Literature, state of, among dissenters, 138. Liverpool, first earl of, character of, 343. Llangollen, vale of, 69. Londonderry, the late, character of, 344. Macfarlan's treatise on the authority, ends,

Innes's History of Liberia, description of

the settlement, 78; American colonization society, 85.; rise and progress of the colony of Liberia, 80; climate of Africa,

85. Irish people, description of, 72.

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