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-349; his works recommended 355 on the same passage, by Prof. Stu-
Mr. Barnes' interpretation 357.
and other machines, noticed 256. proofs of the meanings of words
ix : 16-18, by Rev. A. Barnes 51. proved to mean last will or testa-
marks on Heb. ix : 16-18, by Prof. an important particular omitted by
Mr. B. 365; his argument not valid
Matt. 23: 35, from the German upon a matter of fact 370; re-
marks on other commentators 372;
the design of the Apostle's argu-
ment considered 373.
History of the Christian Church, by
Dr. Hazelius, noticed 264.
Life of W. B. Homer' 177.
Wrilings of, reviewed 177; he was
sermons 180; he had a method
in preaching 182; elegance of style
183; his skill in illustrating reli-
gious truth 185; remarkable power
pressive eloquence 189; his attain-
ifications 191; the mystery of his
Prof Stuart, on 51; two interpreta ters to a Son in the Ministry, no-
ble 431; rules of construction • not exhausted 467; music des-
from the Revue Théolngique 154;
not suited to be popular-general
exposition of Pantheism 155; its.
different theories 156; ancient
cian philosophy 158; Neoplaton-
ism 159; scientific pantheism 160;
dental idealism 162; Schelling and
Gaussen m Inspiration, noticed theism 166; its psychological
Homer, reviewed 177.
Pearson, John, D D, Exposition of
the Creed, noticed 257.
Philosophy, Mental, by Dr. Schmuck-
George Hill, D. D, noiiced 243. Plan of Salvation, the Philosophy of
ings on this subject 413; but Je.
sus knew what was in man 415;
the determination of the will 415;
the doctrine of necessity 417; the
al of Sacred Interpretation, no principles disclosed 420.
Poetical Works of John Sterling, no-
reviewed 142; the state of the Porter, Rev. Noah, Jr., on Transcen-
of Stilling 2; examples 3; the
ises 9; the mother of Augustine
natical ideas 11, examples in
tians have similar trials 14; na-
Richards, history of obscure 463; divine assistance in prayer 16;
Preacher, the training of the, by Prof. Roman Education, 21.
Day, responsibilities of the preach. Society, the progress of, as indicated
Slowe, Prof. Calvin E., D. D., re-
marks on prayer, 1.
on Heb. ix. 16-18, by Rev. A.
Tracy, Rev Joseph, history of the
the Condition of Women, by Prof. Training of the Preacher, by Prof.
Transcendentalism, by Rev. N. Por.
communion 199; those who are
ligious sentiments of Thomas they claim the necessity of taking
sides with Plato or Aristotle 203;
lical researches in Palestine, first masters contrasted 206; the lan-
guage of their schools 206; the
Novum Testamentum Græce, no. the opposite school 209; dangers
of the spiritualists and their ad-
211; strictures on some views
ing church desirable 213; the ten-
dency of spiritualism 214, its in-
fluence on scientific theology 216;
gress of society as indicated by sure to disappoint 217.
the condition of women 91. Turner, Prof. J. B , Mormonism im
Twin Sisters, the, noticed 251.
Watson's Bible and the Closet, now
Whately, Richard, D. D., kingdom
Women, the progress of society as 110; the condition of women a
indicated by the condition of, in true index to that of society 11l;
pression in Acts 27: 17, 405.
Page 25, line 37, for νάγν read νεΐν--for ιράμματα read γράμματα,
29, “ 27, “ study read state.
7, for Greek read Greeks.
" officius read officiis.
« 20, for απηθεύειν read αληθεύειν.
“ 10, insert of, after meaning.
4 from bottom, dele the.
" 6, after Ovoia insert ?
2, for cri read ini.
“ 12, from bottom, for New read now.