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Medicis. Among the recent announcements are Panorama d'Egypte et de Nubie ; Renovation philosophique ou Exposé des vrais principes de la philosophie, by Girard de Candemberg; L'Espagne artistique et monumentale, Vol. I., a new publication by a Spanish Society of artists, intended to make known the monumental treasures of that country.
Germany. In a recent letter to Dr. Robinson, Gesenius expresses his intention to complete bis Thesaurus in 1842; he is also preparing a new edition of his Commentary on Isaiah.—A fifth edition of De Wette's Introduction to the Old Test. has appeared at Berlin, much improved and enlarged. We are informed that a font of movable hieroglyphic types has been cast at Leipsic; above 3000 of the characters are already completed.-Vol. V. of Neander's History of the Christian Religion and Church is published, extending from Gregory VII. to Boniface VIII.—Dr. J. Chr. Wm. Augusti died April 28th; he had been Prof. of Theology at Jena, Breslau and Bonn successively, and author of an Introduction to the Old Test., Manual of Christian Archeology, and particularly of the Memorabilia from Christian Archeology.—Stephens' İncidents of Travel in Central America, etc., has been translated into German.
¥taly. The Chevalier Visconti has been appointed Professor of Archeology in the French Academy at Rome, in the place of the late Prof. Nibby.-From a recent account of the University of Padua, we learn that nearly all the professorships in the four faculties of Theology, Law, Medicine and Philosophy are filled. Dr. Valbusa is Prof. of Hebrew, the Exegesis of the Old Test., etc. ; Dr. Agostini of Greek and the Exegesis of the New Test. ; Dr. Fannio of Dogmatic Theology ; Dr. Piotto of Ecclesiastical History. Intellectual and moral philosophy appears to receive but little attention.
United States. Wiley & Putnam have Part I. of a Complete Hebrew Concordance, edited by Dr. Nordheimer and Wm. W. Turner, now
It is based on the Concordance of Fürst; the etymology and definitions of all the words will be given in Eng. lish. The work will be published in 10 parts, and contain about 1200 pages, at $1 a part.
INDEX TO VOLUME VI.
Col. 2: 12, 28. Points at issue
ology in its connection with the Position to be proved, sources of
evidence 31. Objections answer-
ed 37. Argument from spiritual
Descriptive, by Buckingham, no- quendi 40. Argument from the
general system of truth 45; from
Literature in France and Switzer- tions from authority 51. Apos-
tolic practice 54. Final result 55.
Rev. E. Hall, noticed 236.
ence of certain writers, causes of continued 28.
ble, by Michaelis 114. Editorial dus, noticed 484.
Cheever, Rev. Geo. B., on the Philo-
by Coleman, reviewed 212. Christian Experience, by the Author
Chronology of the Bible, Antedilu-
thon, noticed 233.
Ancient languages 59. Education,
ceased divines 83.
tian Church. reviewed by Prof. Inquirer 365. Influence of moral
land, the, by Rev. E. Davis 139.
trine of inspiration 110. Scrip-
Common School System in 139. Geology, Elementary, by Prof.
Hitchcock, noticed 490.
Gnostics, Philosophy of the, by Rev.
tion to the Greek Language, no-
Being of 350. Nature of the argu-
Literary Intelligence 250, 503.
Literature of Europe, Hallam's In-
rians or Lost Tribes, noticed 227. Livingston, Vanbrugh, Remarks on
the Oxford Theology, noticed 247.
by Rev. J. Todd, noticed 248. on the, noticed 243.
inson's Biblical Researches 419. mon School System in, by Rev. E.
Michaelis, J. D., Antediluvian
Literature of Europe, noticed 241.
argument for the being of God viewed by Dr. Robinson 454. His-
tory of the Nestorians 454. Ac.
Elementary Geology, noticed 490. Dwight, and Perkins 456. Per-
their language and literature 457.
Ritter's account of the country,
Letter from Prof. Stuart 404. Re. Roediger 463. Accounts from
Catholic missionaries 465. Trav-
els of Dr. Grant 466. His journal Relation of the will to the emo-
Rabbies and their Literature 154. 177. Claimed liberality of the
ing the founders of Yale College
179. What were their peculiar
views ? 182. Origin of the char-
adopted 187. Course of studies
vard 190. Opposition in Boston
191. Theological course 192.
Continued 384. Charters of Har.
on Universalism, noticed 229. 385; of Yale 386. Orthodoxy of
Their catholicism examined 389.
denis 392 Original seal' 393.
Massachusetts 395. Attempts to
lis' donations 401.
Rabbies and their Literature, by Dr.
Succession, by Rev. T. Smyth, no- schools in Persia 154; in Pales-
tine 155, in Mesopotamia under
lized and not savage 1. Proved Compilation of the liturgy 163.
13. Merchandise 17. Arts 19. Red Jacket, Life and Times of, by
Religious Emotions, Psycho-phys-
with the Religious Emotions, by by Prof. Adams 323.