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Jephthah's Vor, Exposition of, by
Rev. Xenophon Belis 143. In-
port of this vow: Marginal read.
ing the true one : Nature of sin-
gular vows 144. Context favors
This reading 145. The face of de-
volements to celibacy 147. Char-
acter of Jephihah favors this inter-
pretation : Providence of God in
ihe case also 148.
Johnston's Sacred Seal, noticed 241.
Jones, Charles C., Religious Instruc-
tion of Negroes of the United
Julia of Baia, noticed 246.
James Murdock, D. D., noticed
Moffatt, Robert, Missionary Labors
and Scenes in Southern Africa
Moral and Lilerary Influence of
Novels, by Prof. É. D. Sanborn
Mormonism in all Ages, review of,
by Prof. S. M. Sturtevant 169. Its
claims to notice 110. Popular er.
rors now prevalent 111. Successful
attempt at religionis imposture and
irteresting event 112. Nalure of
the evidence on which the Scrip-
tures are to be received'as the word
of God 113. The word testimony
ambiguous 114. Facts of Chris.
tianity rest not on mere human
testimony 115. Apostles not on
the same footing with pretenders
119. Dr. Paley makes a false issue
with the skepric 122. Religion of
some consists in a high glow of
excitement 124. True philosophy
of present state of religious socie-
Murdock, James, D. D., Sketches of
Modern Philosophy 483.
Leviticus, Notes on, noticed 241.
Life, Character and Works of John
Wesley, by Prof. S. G. Brown 388.
Literary Intelligence 251.
Lost Sisler, noticed 242.
Lucilla, noticed 247.
Manhood, or Scenes of the past, by
Wm. Plumer. jr., noticed 483.
Martin, Rev.B. N., Examination of
Prof. Tappan's' review of Ed-
wards on ihe Will 33.
Mason, Ebenezer Porter, Life and
Writings of, reviewed by Rev.
W. B. Sprague, D. D., 164. Too
many trashy biographies : objec-
tions to the frequency of them
164. Mason's parentage and birth-
place 166. Residence at Nan.
incket 167. School at Ellington
168. His college life 169 Joins
the expedition for exploring the
disputed territory between Maine
and Canada 170. Departs for the
Souih 171. Prospects for eternity
172. Intellectual character 173.
Dangers of intellectual prodigies
Modern Philosophy, Skelches of, by
Negrocs, Religious Instruction of,
by C. C. Jones, noticed 481.
New Englander, noticed 493.
Noehden's German Grammar, by B.
Sears, D. D., noticed 246.
Novels, 'Moral and Literary Influ-
ence of, by Prof. E. D Sanborn
362. Romance 365. The drama :
Novel : Richardson's Pamela 366.
Fielding, his works demoralizing
367. Sinollet, vulgar and licen.
tious 368. Novels defended 1, as
works of art 370; 2, asinculcating
virtue and preventing crime 372.
Immoral tendency of Bulwer's
Novels 374 Dickens the popular
favorite 375; a heartless free-
thinker 376. 3. As an agreeable
way of inculcating truih 377.
More infidelity than troth 378.
4. As valuable illustrations of Na-
tional manners 378. 5. As leach-
ers of history 379. Not to be
trusted 380. 6. As helps to the
acquisition of a good siyle 380.
Style not the object with novel
readers 381. 7. As affording
pleasure and increasing happiness
383. 8. As a relief from severe
employments 384. Those who
need relaxation from severe study
seldom read novels 384. The
evils of novel reading affect prin-
cipally the young 387.
history 255. Uncertainty of it
256. Character of the Early Ro-
mans 258. Good morals cultivated
259. Conjugal fidelity 260. Ob-
ligations of an oath 261. Source
of the Roman virtues 264. Notin
diffusion of knowledge 265. But
in the institutions of Numa 266.
Absence of image worship in his
system 267. Views of the Deity
272. Religious feeling an element
of Roman character 274. Belief
in a moral government of a super-
human power 278. Future re-
wards and punishments 281. The
religion of the Romans embraced
the elements of religion.
O'Sullivan, Mortimer, D. D., A pos-
lasy predicted by Paul, noticed
Perkins, Rev. Justin, Residence of
eight years in Persia, 480. i ondanna
Persia, Residence of eight years in,
by Rev. Justin Perkins, noticed
Pictorial History of France 244.
Plumer, William, jr., Manhood, or
Scenes from the Past 483.
Pond, Prof. E., Historical sketch
of the doctrine of Divine decrees
Preacher's Model, Christ the, by Rev.
Asa D. Smith 149. Christ's min.
istry in some respects peculiar
149. His preaching a model in
its spirituality 150. Its simplicity
153. In language and thought
154. Importance of this attribule
155. The directness of Christ's
preaching 156. Ils symmetry 158.
Its affectionateness 161.
Puseyism, by Rev. Robert Ferguson,
Puseyism Examined, by J. H. Merle
D'Aubigné, D. D., noticed 489.
Sacred Seal, noticed 241.
Salem Belle, noticed 246.
Sanborn, Prof. E. D., Moral and
Literary influence of Novels 362.
Skinner, Rev. Thomas H., D.D.,
Christ preaching to the Spirits in
Smith, Rev. A. D.,Christ the Preach-
er's model 149.
Smith, Prof. A., Character and The-
ology of the Early Romans 253.
Smith's Education, noticed 243.
Smilh's Universalism examined, no-
Spain, the Bible in, by George Bor.
row, noticed 487.
Spear, Rev. S. T., Review of Dr.
Edwards's Dissertation on Liberty
and Necessity 214.
Spirits in Prison, Christ Preaching
'to the, by Rev. T. H. Skinner,
D. D., 470. In the context Peter
forlifies Christians against suffer-
ings 471. Meaning of" quickened
by the Spirit,” 471. True reading,
in the Spirit: Five significations
of this phrase 472 Christ quick-
ened as to his great work, the
true sense 473. Parapkrase 474.
Relation of Christ's ministry
among the antediluvians to the
subject in hand 475. Connection
of thought, in the Apostle's mind,
between his being quickened in
the spirit after death, and his
preaching to the antediluvians
476. The flood of Noah associ-
ated in his mind with the flood of
Reed, Andrew, D. D., Advancement
of Religion the Claim of the
Times, noticed 485
Religion, Advancement of, the Claim
of the Times, noticed 485.
Review of Dr. Edwards's Disserta.
tion concerning Liberly and New
cessity 214, 297.
Life and Writings of Ebenezer
Porter Mason 164.
Prof. Tappan's review of Edwards
on the Will 33.
Romans Early, character and Theol-
ogy of the, by Prof. Albert Smith
253. "Credibility of their early
gion : The Holy Club 389. Wes.
ley's parents 391 Dangers and
prodigies of his early life : super-
natural disturbances 392. Char-
ler House Scbool, Oxford 393.
J. and C Wesley embark for
Georgia : Moravians in company:
Peter Bohler 395. Wesley's visit
to the Moravians, Zinzendorf398.
Field-preaching 400. Kingswood
401. Wesley's enthusiasın 402.
Spread of the new measures 404.
His mother's death 407. Causes
of the spread of Methodism 407.
The class of people 408. Nature
of the doctrines 409. Character
of the preachers 410. Wesley's
wise plan 413. System of itiner-
ating 415. Wesley's wife 416.
Separation of Wesley and While-
field 417. Separation from the
Established Church 419. His
assiduous labors 420. Fletcher
421. Wesley's death and funeral
Works of President Edwards, no-
Williams, Rev. W.R, D, D , Public
cations of the American Tract
Universalism Examined, Renounced,
elc., noticed 248.
Venn's Complete Duty of Man, no-
Wesley, John, Life, Characler and
IVorks of, by Prof. S. G. Brown
388. Declension of spiritual relic
In Vol. VIII. p. 405 note, for coa read con.
its Rèces read Pieces,
" 410 line 7 " booths read broths.
Vol. IX. " 232 1. 2 fr. bolt, sentiment read statement.