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Art. I. FUTURE PUNISHMENT, AB EXHIBITED IN THE Book of
ENOCH . . . . . . . . . . . .
By Prof. M. Stuart, Andover, Mass.
II. ON THE DESIGNATIONS OF TIME IN DANIEL AND JOHN.
THE 1260 DAYS OF DANIEL AND JOHN, AND THE
IV. MANNER IN THE PREACHER . . . .
By Prof. G. Shepard, Theol. Sem. Bangor, Me.
VI. The HUSKS THAT THE SWINE DID EAT . . . . .
By Rev. 8. H. Cox, D. V., Brooklyn, N. Y.
. . . . 134
VIII. SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE ECCLESIASTICAL AND
Religious CONDITION OF ENGLAND . . . .
By E. S. Calman, Missionary to the Jews in Palestine.
X. A BRIEF REPLY TO THE “REMARKS" OF ALEXANDER
CAMPBELL IN DEFENCE OF THE DOCTRINES OF
By Rev. R. W. Landis.
By Rev. Leonard Woods, D. D., Theol. Sem. Andover, Mass.
XII. Critical Notices.
. . . 243
. . .., 247
LETANDER RINES OF
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM R. PETERS, OFFICE OF THE REPOSITORY,
89 Nassan, Corner of Fulton-street.