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Manual” contażns sundry practical hints to both teachers and scholars, a map for reference, valuable tables, over forty first lines of familiar tunes to give the lesson-hymns a start, etc.

2. THE SCHOLAR's LEAF is a quarterly eight-paged tract with helpful hints, questions, etc., on the Berean Lessons, for pupils of all grades.

3. THE TEACHER'S LEAF, containing forty pages, is also published quarterly, and is designed to assist teachers in the preparation of the same lesson. Each quarter is prepared by one of the following gentlemen : Dr. C. H. Fowler, Rev. J. M. Freeman, Dr. E. G. Andrews, and Bishop Simpson. Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller supplies infant-class suggestions, and Rev. J. H. Vincent illustrations for the use of all teachers. In addition to the Teacher's Leaf, editorial notes on the lessons are published in the SUNDAY-SCHOOL JOURNAL.

4. THE INFANT Class LEAF CLUSTER is a volume of forty-eight bold text and pictorial sheets, (each 24x36 inches in size.

5. THE PICTURE LESSON PAPER is an illustrated monthly for infant scholars. In this paper the Berean lessons are adapted to the youngest pupils.

We take pleasure in commending to the attention of pastors and superintendents this admirable series of lessons.

Miscellaneous.

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Ancient States and Empires. For Colleges and Schools. By John LORD, LL.D.,

Author of the "Old Roman World,” * Modern History," etc. 12.10., pp. 645.

pp. 322.

New York : Charles Scribner & Co. A Scripture Manual. Alphabetically and Systematically Arranged. Designed to

Facilitate the Finding of Proof-Texts. By CHARLES SIMMONS. Second Stereotyped Revision. Thirty-sixth Edition. 12mo., pp. 750. New York: M. W.

Dodd. 1869. Friedrich Wilhelm Krummacher. An Autobiography Edited by his Daughter.

Translated by Rev. M. G. EASTON, A.M. With a Preface by Rev. Prof. CAIRNS, D.D., of Berwick. 12mo., pp. 346. New York : Carter & Brothers. 1869. The Sunset Land; or, The Great Pacific Slope. By Rev. JOHN TODD, D.D. 12mo.,

Boston: Lee & Shepard.
Bound to John Company; or, The Adventures and Mishaps of Robert Ainsleigh.

With Illustrations. 8vo., pp. 169. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1869.
Old Testament Shadows of New Testament Truths. By LYMAN ABBOTT. With De-

signs by Doré, Delaroche, Durham, and Parsons. 8vo., red and gilt, pp. 213.

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1870. A beautiful gift book, arraying rich truths in eloquent language and attractive externals. Arms and Armor in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Also, a Descriptive Notice

of Modern Weapons. Translated from the French of M. P. LACOMBE, and with a Preface, Notes, and one Additional Chapter on Arms and Armor in England. By CHARLES BOUTWELL, M.A. 12mo., pp. 296. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1870.

Among the Trees. A Journal of Walks in the Wood, and Flower-Hunting through

Field and by Brook. By Mary LORIMER. With Illustrations from Drawings after Nature. 12mo., blue and gilt, pp. 153. New York: Hurd & Houghton.

1869. A beautiful New Year's gift. A Collection of the Proverbs of all Nations. Compared, Explained, and Illustrated.

By WALTER R. KELLY. 12mo., pp. 222. Andover: Warren F. Draper. 1869. The Pursuit of Holiness. A Sequel to Thoughts on Personal History, intended to

carry the Reader somewhat further on in the Spiritual Life. By EDWARD Mey

RICK GOULBURN, D.D. 12mo., pp. 261. New York.
Wild Sports of the World. A Book of Natural History and Adventure. By JAMES

GREENWOOD. 147 Illustrations. 12mo., pp. 474. New York: Harper & Broth-
ers. 1870.
Wedlock; or, The Right Relations of the Sexes, disclosing the Laws of Conjugal

Selection, and showing who may and who may not Marry. By S. R. WELLS.

12mo., pp. 236. New York: Samuel Wells. 1869. A Text-Book of Chemistry. Adapted to Use in High Schools and Academies. By

LEROY C. Cooly, A. M. 12mo., pp. 221. New York: Charles Scribner & Co. A Greek Grammar for Beginners. By WILLIAM HENRY WADDELL. 12mo., pp.

104. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1869. Lamps, Pitchers, and Trumpets. Lectures on the Vocation of the Preacher:

By EDWARD PAXTON HOOD. 12mo., pp. 453. New York: M. W. Dodd.

1869. The Promise of Shiloh; or, Christ's Sovereignty upon the Earth, When will it be

Fulfilled ? By JOSEPH L. LORD, M. A. 12mo., pp. 106. New York: James

Inglis & Co. 1869.
Lost in the Jungle. Narrated for Young People. By PAUL DU CHAILLU. 12mo.,

pp. 260, green and gilt. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1870.
Sorrow. By Rev. John REM. 12mo., pp. 373. New York: Robert Carter &

Brothers. 1870.
Christ is Coming. Parts I, II, III, and IV. 12mo., pp. 254. London: John B.

Day. 1869.
Shepherd of Israel; or, Illustrations of the Inner Life. By the Rev. DUNCAN

MACGREGOR, M. A. 12mo., pp. 339. New York: Robert Carter & Brothers.

1870. Living Thoughts. Brown and gilt. 12mo., pp. 246. Boston: Loe & Shepard.

1869.
Alone in London. By the Author of " Jessica's First Prayer." 12mo., pp. 187.

Boston: Henry Hoyt.
The Alinister's Wife. By MRS. OLIPHANT. 12mo., paper, pp. 199. New York.

Harper & Brothers. 1869.
The Cloister and the Hearth ; or, Maid, Wife, and Widow. A Matter-of-Fact Ro-
By CHARLES READE. 12mo., paper, pp. 255.

New York: Harpor
& Brothers. 1869.
My Enemy's Daughter. A Novel By JUSTIN M'CARTHY. Illustrated. 12mo.,

paper, pp. 162. New York: Harper & Brothers. A Beggar on Horseback; or, A Country Family. By the Author of "Found Dead."

12mo., paper, pp. 124. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1869.
Wrecked in Port. A Novel. By EDMUND YATES. 12mo., paper, pp. 142. Now

York: Harper & Brothers. 1869.
Felix Holt, the Radical. By GEORGE ELIOT. 12mo., pp. 529. New York: Har-

per & Brothers. 1869.
The Mill on the Floss. By GEORGE ELIOT. 12mo., pp. 464. New York: Harper

& Brothers. 1869. Hymns, Ancient and Modern, for Use in the Services of the Church. With Accom

panying Tunes compiled and arranged under the Musical Editorship of WILLIAM

HENRY MONK. 12mo., pp. 110. New York: Pott & Amery. 1869.
Hymns for All Christians. Compiled by CHARLES T. DEEMS and PHEBE CARY.

12mo., pp. 100. New York: Hurd & Houghton. 1869.

mance.

Sabbath Songs for Children's Worship. By LEONARD MARSHALL, J. C. PROCTOR,

and SAMUEL BURNHAM. Pp. 176. Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1869. Hitchcock's New Monthly Magazine. Choice Music, Art Notes, and Select Reading

for the Family Circle. Pp. 32. New York: Benjamin W. Hitchcock. The Silver Tongue and Organist's Repertory. Pp. 19. New York: E. P. Need

ham & Son. 1869. Romola. By GEORGE ELIoT. 12mo., pp. 517. New York: Harper & Brothers.

1869. True Stories of Real Pets; or, Friends in Fur and Feathers. By GWYNFRYN.

Beautifully Illustrated by F. W. Keyl, A. W. Cooper, and B. Rice. Red and gilt, square 8vo., pp. 179. New York: Carlton & Lanahan. San Francisco: E.

Thomas. Cincinnati: Hitchcock & Walden. How Charley Roberts became a Man. By the Author of "Forrest Mills." 12mo.,

pp. 256. . Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1870. How Eva Roberts gained her Education. By the Author of “Forrest Mills." 12mo.,

pp. 250. Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1870. The Boy Farmers of Elm Island. By Rev. ELIJAH KELLOGG. 12mo., pp. 300.

Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1870. Planting the Wilderness; or, The Pioneer Boys. A Story of Frontier Life. By

JAMES D. M'CABE, JR. 12mo., pp. 256. Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1870. Dotty Dimple's Flyaway. By SOPHIE MAY. 12mo., pp. 200. Boston: Lee &

Shepard. Adventures on the Great Hunting Grounds of the World. By VICTOR MEUNIER.

12mo., pp. 297. New York : Charles Scribner & Co. Dame Nature and her Three Daughters. Translated from the French of X. B.

SAWTINE. 12mo., pp. 267. New York: Hurd & Houghton. 1869.
The Cabin on the Prairie. By Rev. C. H. PEARSOX. 12mo., pp. 299. Boston:

Lee & Shepard. 1870.
Fault Finding, and Madeline Hascall's Letters. 12mo., pp. 249. New York :

Carlton & Lanahan.
The Discipline of Alice Lee. A Truthful Temperance Story. By Isa BELL. 16m0.,

pp. 248. New York : Carlton & Lanaban. The Young Detective; or, Which Won. By Rosa ABBOTT. 12mo., pp. 256. Bos

ton: Lee & Shepard. 1870. The Spanish Barber. A Tale of the Bible in Spain. 12mo., pp. 309. New York:

M. W. Dodd. The Doomed City. By A Presbyter. Pp. 13. New York. 1869. Minutes of the First Sunday School Convention. Held, under the Auspices of the

Sunday-School Union of the Baltimore Conference, in the Charles-street Church,

Baltimore City, October 19-22, 1869. Pp. 86. Baltimore: W. K. Boyle. 1869. Second Annual Report of the Board of State Commissioners of Public Charities of

the State of New York. To which is appended the Report of the Secretary of

the Board. Pp. 220. Albany. 1869. Hand-Book of Religious Instruction. Translated from the Dutch of J. H. MAUNIER,

Preacher at Leyden. By FRANCIS T. WASHBURN. Part First, pp. 36; Part Second, pp.

Boston: W. V. Spencer. 1869.

Postponed to Next Number. The Principles of Logic. For High Schools and Colleges. By A. SCHUYLER, M.A.

12mo., pp. 168. Cincinnati : Wilson, Hinkle, & Co. Philadelphia: Claxton,

Remsen, & Haffelfinger. New York: Clark & Maynard.
Gould's Development of Religious Habits. Appleton.
Millenarianism Refuted. Tibbals & Co.
Schuyler's Logic. Clark & Maynard.
Rambles through the British Isles. By Rev. R. HARCOURT. Tibbals & Co.
Horace. By LORD LYTTON. Harpers.
Tachygraphy. By LINDSLEY. 0. Clapp, Boston.

PLAN OF EPISCOPAL VISITATION FOR 1870.

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Conference.

Place.

Time.

Blshop
North Carolina..
High Point City..

Jan.
6*

Janes.
Texas......
Industry..

Jan.
12

Scott
South Carolina
Jacksonville, Fla..

Jan. 20*

Janes.
Louisiana
New Orleans.

Jan. 26

Scott
Mississippi
Columbus...

Feb. 3

Scott.
India
Bareilly, India...

Feb. 9

Kingsley.
Liberia..

Feb.
9

Roberts.
Lexington
Louisville, Ky.

Feb.
24*

Thomson.
Baltimore
Frederick City

March 2 Ames.
Kentucky.
Maysville.

March, 2

Thomson.
Virginia
Richmond, Va..

March 2

Janes.
St. Louis..
Springfield, Mo.

March 9 Clark.
West Virginia
Charleston.

March 9 Thomson.
Washington
Lynchburgh, Va..

March 9

Janes.
Providence.
Providence

March 16 Scott.
Philadelphia
Pottsville, Pa.

March 16 Simpson
Wilmington..
Port Deposit, Ma.

March 16 Janes.
Central Pennsylvania.. Lewiston

March 16 Ames.
Missouri
Macon City

March 17* Clark.
Pittsburgh
Johnstown, Pa.

March 28 Janes.
New Jersey
Long Branch..

March 23 Simpson.
Newark
Jersey City

March 23 Thomson.
New England.
Springfield, Mass.

March 28 Scott.
Kansas.
Topeka..

March 24* Clark.
East German
Fortieth-street, New York.

March 81* Ames.
Nebraska
Fremont.

March 81* Clark.
New York.
Thirtieth-street, New York

April 6

Thomson
New York East
Seventh-street, New York.

April 6

Ames.
New Hampshire.
Nashua..

April 6

Simpson.
North Indiana
Kokomo.

April 18

Clark.
Central New York
Syracuse.

April 18

Thomson.
Vermont.
Springfield, Vt..

April 18 Simpson.
Wyoming
Wilkesbarre, Pa.

April 13

Janes.
Black River.
Ogdensburgh, N. Y.

April 21*

Ames.
Troy
Burlington, Vt..

April 28*

Ames.
Maine
Augusta...

May
4

Simpson.
East Maine...
Rockland

May
12*

Simpson.
Germany and Switzerland.. Carlsruhe.

June 16* Kingsley.
Colorado..
Pueblo

June 23* Ames.
Delaware.
Cambridge, Ma.

July 21* Scott
Nevada
Virginia City

July 28*

Ames.
East Genesee
Elmira, N. Y.

Aug. 24

Thomson.
Cincinnati
Piqua

Aug. 24 Simpson.
Oregon
Vancouver, W.T.

Aug. 25*

Ames.
Detroit
Fentonville.

Aug. 81 Clark.
Central German.
Louisville, Ky..

Sept.
1*

Simpson.
North Ohio....
Asbland.

Sept.
7

Thomson
Indiana
Bloomington..

Sept. 7

Simpson.
Michigan
Cold Water..

Sept.
7

Clark.
Des Moines
Montana...

Sept. 7 Janes.
Southeastern Indiana.. Brookville

Sept. 14

Scott.
Central Ohio
Toledo

Sept. 14

Thomson. Northwest Indiana.. Terre Haute..

Sept. 14

Simpson.
Upper Iowa.
Cedar Falls.

Sept. 14

Janes.
California
Stockton ...

Sept. 14

Ames.
Erie
Cleveland, Ohio.

Sept. 21

Thomson.
Wisconsin
Janesville ..

Sept. 21

Clark.
Iowa...
Albia

Sept. 21

Kingsley.
Tennessee
Nashville..

Sept. 21

Scott. Northwest German. Van Buren Church, Chicago

Sept. 21

Janes.
Southern Illinois
Lebanon

Sept. 21

Simpson.
Illinois..
Shelbyville.

Sept. 28

Kingsley
Central Illinois
Pekin..

Janes.
West Wisconsin.
La Crosse..

Sept. 28 Clark.
Ohio....
Logan.

Sept. 28 Thomson,
Holston
Knoxville, Tenn..

Sept. 28

Scott. Southwest German.. St. Charles, Mo.

Sept. 29*

Simpson.
Rock River
Elgin....

Oct.
5

Janes,
Minnesota.
Owaton na..

Oct.

5 Clark. Genesee. Warsaw, N. Y

Oct.

Thomson.
Georgia
Atlanta

Oct. 5

Scott.
Alabama
Branchville.

Oct.
12

Scott,
• Thursday.
NOTE.-Bishop Kingsley also visits var Bulgarian and Scandinavian Missions, and also the
British Conference and Irish Wesleyan Conference as the Delegate of the Methodist Episcopal
Church,

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Methodist QUARTERLY REVIEW.

APRIL, 18 70.

ARI. I.-GENERAL CONFERENCE OF 1844.

WHEN Coke and Asbury began to give organic form to the Church "over which the Holy Ghost had made them overseers,” they found a large gathered flock in the Southern States. In that inviting and prosperous field a Gospel of perfect freedom had been preached by strong antislavery men, and accepted by slaveholders. The wrong of slaveholding had been a clear outspoken part of that Gospel, and while the humane spirit of many masters antagonized the spirit of slavery, and united with the formidable difficulties which society had opposed to emancipation to urge forbearance and delay, the animus of the system made it such an “enormous evil” that it was publicly condemned and marked for “extirpation.” Orders were passed for what, under the circumstances, must be acknowledged as very prompt, decisive action-emancipation, withdrawal, or expulsion.

But slavery had become a cherished domestic institution, interwoven with the very framework of society, and was hedged about by laws which were evidently designed to make it an inseparable part of the State. The Church, therefore, found

, that it could be denounced; but then, and in the methods attempted, it could not be “ extirpated.”

In the meantime great revivals spread through the South, and the number of slaveholders in the Church, though relatively small, increased rather than diminished, as the law of

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