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WASHINGTON

Life Insurance Co.

21 COURTLANDT STREET,

New York.

W. A. BREWER, JR., PRES'T.

Assets, $6,250,000. Surplus, $960,000.

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“The very satisfactory condition of the Company,” the New York Insurance Department says, is due to the management of its affairs by

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“Able, Prudent, and Honorable Men."

The WASHINGTON holds itself responsible for the payment of its policies even if the premium be unpaid; provided the cash value of all dividends to the credit of such policies be sufficient to pay the premiums to the party's death. This feature is peculiar to this company, and is appreciated when known by the insuring public.

JOSEPH F. WRIGHT,

JAS. B. DAY.

WRICHT & DAY, General Agents for Ohio and Kentucky,

Room 27 Johnston Building, CINCINNATI, O.

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The New Hymnal for Sunday-schools and Social Meeuings, designed
to meet the growing demand for hymns and tunes of superior merit,

“OUR GLAD HOSANNA"
Is full of new songs of a fervent and levotional character, written by
the best authors, and carefully adapted to the highest wants of Sunray-
schools and prayer-meetings.

About two-thirds of the selected hymns and songs are from the
Methodist Hymnal.

“OUR GLAD HOSANNA"
Is well bound, is printed from good, clear type, and presents a page of
marked attractiveness and beauty. The book is very convenient in size
and shape, and may be easily carried in the pocket.

PRICE, IN BOARD COVERS, $30.00 PER 100 COPIES.
A sample copy sent on receipt of 25 cents. Specimen pages sent on
application.

WALDEN & STOWE, Cincinnati, Chicago, or St. Louis.

REDEEMER'S PRAISE.

BY T. C. O'KANE,
Author of " Jasper and Gold," “Songs for Worship,” “Every Sabbath," etc.

" Redeemer's Praise” is designed for use in the Sunday-school, Church, and Family. It is edited with special reference to the growing demand among Sunday-school Workers, Pastors, and (bristian Parents for llymns, Songs, and Tunes which shall render Sunday-school service instructive and spiritnal.

The books of Prof. O'Kane already before the public are deservedly popular, and have had it wide circulation because of the real merit of the music and the spiritual character of the songs and hymns.

The Cheapest, as well as the Best, New Book in the Market.

SEND 20 CENTS FOR A COPY FOR EXAMINATION.

It contains 160 pages. Bound in boarils, $3 per dozen copies; $25
per hundred.

WALDEN & STOWE,
Cincinnati, O., Chicago, Ill., or St. Louis, Mo.

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CONTENTS.

PAGE. 1.-SOME PHASES OF THEOLOGY IN THE “ PARADISE LOST.” By

W. H. STIFLER, D. D., Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Davenport,
Iowa,

135 II.-SOME IMPRESSIONS OF SWEDENBORG. By W. N. CLARKE, D. D., Pastor of First Baptist Church, Montreal, Canada,

143 III.-LIBERTY AND TOLERATION. BY REV. P. S. Evans, Pastor of First

Baptist Church, Amesbury, Mass.,
IV.-THE CORRELATION OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES. By S. F.
Smith, D. D., Pastor of the Baptist Church, Mt. Holly, N. J.,

177 V.-PROFESSOR SAMUEL S. GREENE, LL. D. BY REUBEN A. GUILD,

LL. D., Librarian, Brown University, VI.--A STUDY IN THE ATONEMENT. BY S. GRAVES, D. D., Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Grand Rapids, Mich.,. . .

193 VII.—MODIFIED CALVINISM, OR REMAINDERS OF FREEDOM OF

THE WILL. By AUGUSTUS II. STRONG, D. D., President of Rochester
Theological Seminary, Rochester, N. Y., .

219 BOOKS-REVIEWS AND NOTICES,

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CINCINNATI: PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY J. R. BAUMES,

No. 180 Elm Street.

1883

Entered at the Post-office at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second-class matter.

THE

Gincinnati Life Association

CINCINNATI, OHIO.

TABLE,
Showing Total Cost in Assessments on each $1,000 on the face of the Policy for the year 1882
From 21 to 30 years of age, inclusive... $1 00 From 46 to 50 years of age, inelusive...$1 90
06 31 to 35

1 20
66 61 to 55

2 40 06 36 to 40

o 56 to 60

. $00 66 41 to 45

" 61 years and upward...... 4 00

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DEATH LOSSES PAID BY CINCINNATI LIFE ASSOCIATION.

Limit of
Policy.

First Paid in As-
Payment. sessments.

Total
Paid.

Rece'd by his

Heirs.

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1881.
C. A. Walter, Cleveland, O., . $5,000 $15 00
H. F. Sterling, M. D., Pittsburg, Pa.! 5,000 14 50
C. M. Norris, Akron, O., .

4,000

14 30 H. M. Erskine, Ilion, N. Y.,

5,000 1882. A. Nash, Mt. Carmel, Ill.,

2,000 9 90 T. B. Richards, Cincinnati, O.,

3,000 12 60 ! A. P. King, M. D., Marion, o.,

5,000

7 60 14 25

1,354 04 1,800 36

16 75

31 00

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EXHIBIT,
Showing the Steady Increase of the Association from its Organization.
POLICIES IN FORCE.

VALUE OF EACH $5,000 POLICY.
January 1, 1881, .

400..

$1,000 00 1, 1882, 841

1,800 00 1, 1883, : 1,435 .

3,000 00 April 2, 1883,

1,500..

3,112 67

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Policies are issued limited to one, two, three, four, and five thousand dollars. Correspondence solicited. Liberal terms to agents. The cheapest reliable insurance yet offered.

J. II. GRAY, 18-21

Secretary and Manager.

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J. R. BAUMES, D. D., EDITOR.

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CONTENTS.

PAGE, 1.--COMPARATIVE RELIGION. By Rev. 0. P. EACHES, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Hightstown, N. J.,

267 II.-HERBERT SPENCER IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY. BY. PROF. WILLIAM C. MOREY, Ph. D., Rochester University, N. Y.,

279 III.-WILKINSON'S WEBSTER ODE. BY WILLIAM C. CONANT, New York, 310 IV.-SOME CHRISTIAN TESTIMONY FROM HERBERT SPENCER.

By Rev. Allah S. HOBART, Pastor of Mount Auburn Baptist Church,
Cincinnati, O., .

330 V.-MR. HOWELLS AND THE SCHOLASTIC ELEMENT IN NOVEL WRITING, ..

340 VI.-BOOKS-REVIEWS AND NOTICES,

354

CINCINNATI:
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY J. R. BAUMES,

No. 180 Elm Street.

I 883

Entered at the Post-office at Cincinnati, Ohio, as second-class matter.

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