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Stuart's Hints on Prophecy,
Hints on the Interpretation of Prophecy. By M. Stuart, Prof. Theol.
Sem. Andover. Second edition, with additions and corrections.
Nathaniel Emmons, D. D.,
The Works of Nathaniel Emmons, D. D., late Pastor of the church
in Franklin, Mass., with a Memoir of his Life. Edited by Jacob
Ide, D. D.
What must be done to provide an Educated Christian Ministry ?
Resemblance of Certain Languages to the Latin,
Noehden's German Grammar,
Noehden's German Grammar, with alterations and large additions, by
Rev. B. Sears, D.D., President of the Newton Theological Institution.
Murdock's Modern Philosophy,
Sketches of Modern Philosophy, especially among the Germans. By
James Murdock, D. D.
Review of Religious Affairs,
Union Convention.-Meeting of the American Board.—The American
Education Society.—The American Tract Society.- The American
Home Missionary Society.—The State of the Churches.
The Scripture Doctrine of Christian Perfection Stated and Defended;
with a Critical and Historical Examination of the Controversy, both
Ancient and Modern: also, Practical Illustrations and Advices : in a
Series of Lectures. By Rev. George Peck, D.D.
Early History of Connecticut,
The Prophecies of Daniel,
Two Hundred Years ago in England,
The Angels' Lament over Lost Souls,
Borrow's Bible in Spain.—Perkins' Residence among the Nestorians.-
D'Aubigné's Puseyism Examined.-Rogers' Anti-Popery, or Popery
Unreasonable, Unscriptural, and Novel.— Tracy's History of the
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.-Rauch's,
Psychology.--Bibliotheca Sacra.–Sears' New Monthly Family Mag.
azine.—Edwards' Self-Cultivation.-Alexander's Counsels of the
Aged to the Young - James' Pattern for Sunday School Teachers
and Tract Distributors.
Reminiscences of Alexander Metcalf Fisher, late Professor of
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in Yale College,
The Liturgy of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America,
The Dangers of our Country,
A Letter to the Honorable Daniel Webster, contained in a Collection
of Papers on Political, Literary, and Moral Subjects, by Noah Web-
ster, LL. D.
A Plain Discussion with a Transcendentalist,
Congregationalism in New England,
Classical Studies, by Proff. Sears, Edwards, and Felton.
The Ordination of Mr. Arthur Carey,
The true issue for the true churchman. A statement of facts in rela-
tion to the recent ordination in St. Stephen's Church, New York,
by Drs. Smith and Anthon.
A Letter to a parishioner, relative to the recent ordination of Mr. Ar-
thur Carey, by Benjamin I. Haight, A, M., Rector of All Saints'
Church, New York.
A full and true statement of the examination and ordination of Mr.
Arthur Carey. Taken from the Churchman of July 8, 15, 22, 29,
and August 5, and 12: with an appendix.
Dr. Bushnell's Discourse before the Alumni of Yale College.-Frost's
Pictorial History of the United States.—Dr. Hopkins' Sermon before
the Pastoral Association of Massachusetts.-Dr. Olin's Travels in
Egypt, Arabia Petræa, &c.—Congregational Order: the Ancient
Platforms of the Congregational Churches of New England, &c.-
Mr. Worcester's Discourse : Our Country and our Work.-Cyclo-
pædia of Biblical Literature.—The Anabasis of Xenophon.—The
Poets of Connecticut.-One Faith: or Bishop Doane os. Bishop M'Il-
vaine, on Oxford Theology. Looking-Glass for High Churchmen.-
Reminiscences of the late Rev. Samuel Hopkins, D.D.-Smeaton's
Etymological Manual of the English and French Languages.-His-
tory of the Westminster Assembly of Divines.—The Laurel Wreath,
or Affection's Keepsake.