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THE

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ENGLAND ER.

NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI,

VOLUME XIX, 1861.

NEW HAVEN: WILLIAJ L. KINGSLEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, No. 30 Grove St.

T. J. STAFFORD, PRINTER,

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ART. I. China and the West, .

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Professor William D. Whitney, Yale College.

II. The Maronites and the Druzes,

32

W. II. Thomson, M. D., New York City.

III. Solar Phenomena,

51

Prof. Daniel Kirkwood, Ind. State Univ., Bloomington, Ind.

IV. The Design and Nature of Punishment under the

Divine Government,

63

Rev. C. W. Clapp, Rockville, Conn.

V. Does Science Tend to Materialism?

84

Rev. Joseph P. Thompson, D. D., New York City.

VI. Latin Pronunciation,

102

Prof. Thomas A. Thacher, Yale College.

VII. Puritan History,

126

Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., New Haven, Conn.

VIII. The Pulpit and the Crisis,

140

Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., New Haven, Conn.

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BELLES LETTRES.

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TRENCH, (RICHARD CHENEVIX).-

Sermons preached in Westmin-

ster Abbey,

190 BOTTA, (ANNE C. LYNCH).—Hand-

PALEARIO, (AONIO).---The Benefit of

book of Universal Literature, 227

Christ's Death,

191

WHITTIER, (JOHN GREENLEAF). —

Davis, (WOODBURY).—The Beauti-

Home Ballads and Poems,

228

ful City and the King of Glory, 192 CROSWELL, (William).—Poems, Sa-

Parkerism,

cred and Secular,

193

230

TEFFT, (B. F.)—Methodism Suc-

Terry, (Rose).—Poems,

231

cessful,

193

Kormak,

231

Hymns of the Ages,

232

Hymns for Mothers and Children, 233

Pictures and Flowers for Child-

FARADAY, (MICHAEL).—Lectures on Lovers,
the Physical Forces,

197

Translation of the Sûrya-Sidd-

PHILOLOGY.

hånta,

198

Dwight, (B.W.)--Modern Philology, 234

HADLEY, (James).—Greek Gram-

mar,

234

BURTON, (RICHARD F.)—The Lake Goodwin, (W. W.)-Syntax of the

Regions of Central Africa, 199

Moods and Tenses of the Greek

The Cottages of the Alps,

200

Verb,

237

About, (E.)—Rome of To-day, 201 TRENCH, (RICHARD CHENEVIX).–

On the Study of Words,

237

THE PRINCETON REVIEW'S REPLY

Dixon, (WILLIAM HEPWorth).-

TO THE NEW ENGLANDER,

238

Personal Ilistory of Lord Bacon, 201

Autobiography of Rev. Dr. Alex-

ander Carlyle,

203 Paley, (F. A.)—Æschylus,

239

THACKERAY, (W. M.)-The Four

TYLER, (W. S.)-Plato's Apolo-

Georges,

206

gy and Crito,

240

Dall, (Mrs.) Historical Pictures

Retouched,

208

MISCELLANY.

Zakrzewska, (Marie E.)—A Prac-

tical Illustration of “ Woman's EMERSON, (R. W.)-The Conduct

Right to Labor,"

209

of Life,

241

Rowe, (GEORGE STRINGER).-A

Guesses at Truth,

241

Missionary Among the Canni- SPENCER, (HERBERT).- Education:

bals; Or, Life of John Hunt, 209 Intellectual, Moral, and Physical, 242

Bacon, (LEONARD).-Sketch of the Henry, (C. S.)—Social Welfare

Life and Public Services of Hon.

and Human Progress,

244

James Hillhouse,

210 RAMSAY, (E. B.) — Reminiscences

Parton, (JAMES). -- Life of Andrew of Scottish Life and Character, 245

Jackson,

210 Gosse, (PuuLIP HENRY).—The Ro-

CLAIBORNE, (J. F. H.)—Life and mance of Natural History, 247

Correspondence of John A. Quit- JERVIS, (John B.)--Railway Prop-

man,

213 erty,

248

Wilson, (GEORGE).—The Five Gate-

ways of Knowledge,

249

The 'Recreations of a Country

RAWLINSON, (GEORGE).—The His-

Parson,

250

tory of Herodotus,

214 Jameson, (Mrs.)—Legends of the

Contributions to the Ecclesiastical Madonna,

252

History of Connecticut,

220 Analysis of the Cartoons of Ra-

BELISLE, (D. W.)--History of In- phael,

254

dependence Hall,

226 The Pulpit and Rostrum,

254

STRICKLAND, (W. P.)-Old Macki- TUCKER. -American Glimpses of

naw,

226 Agriculture in Great Britain, 255

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