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writers, 260 - 263 bis genius, Hale, David, Memoir and Writings
265.

of, reviewed, 282-291 — the fam-
Deane, Rev. Samuel, of Portland, Me., ily of, 283 – his early life, 284
his Journal, noticed, 173.

editorial principles, 235.
Dedication, 337.

Hall, Mrs. L. J., her Verse and Prose,
Duxbury, Winsor's Hjstory of, 173. noticed, 175.

Hedge, Rev. F. H., Installation of, at
E.

Providence, R. I., 512.
East India Company, Origin, Growth, Herder, 423.
and Influence of, 15 - 21.

Hervey, Thomas K., Lyrics by, 41 -
Ecclesiastical History, Modern, arti- 43.
cle on, 411 - 433.

Hindoo Religion, The, 13.
Emerson, R. W., bis Representative History, Modern Ecclesiastical, arti-
Men, reviewed, 314 - 318.

cle on, 411 - 433.
Ephesus, Paul at, 434 - 441.

Hitchcock, Pres., his Lectures on the

Phenomena of the Four Seasons,
F.

reviewed, 302–311.
Faith, a moral act, 239.

Holmes, Dr. O. W., his Poems, notic-
Farley, Rev. F. A., his Dedication ed, 176.

Sermon at Bridgeport, Ct., noticed, Humboldt, Alex. Von, his Cosmos, re-
331.

viewed, 53 – 88.
Felt, Rev. J. B., his Annals of Salem, Hume's History of England, new Edi-
noticed, 173.

tions of, 331.
Feyjoo, Father, 159.

Hungary and Austria, their relations,
Figurative Language of the Scriptures, article on, 444 - 498.
article on,
390 - 411.

Hungarians, their early condition,
Frederic the Great, 413.

451 - nobles and peasants, 453
Frothingham, Dr. N. L., bis Farewell - kings, 459.

Sermon, noticed, 509.
Frothingham, Richard, Jr., his Histo-

1.
ry of the Siege of Boston, and of India, The British Empire in, its Con-
the Battles of Lexington, Concord,

quests, Military Influence, and Pros:
and Bunker Hill, noticed, 327:

pects, article on, 1 - 26.
Furness's Schiller's Song of the Bell, Installations, 337, 512.
507.

Irish Colleges, The, 179.
G.

Isla, Padre, his Friar Gerund, 161.
Gannett, Dr. E. S., Sermon by, no- Italy, The Genius of, by Rev. R.
ticed, 509.

Turnbull, noticed, 169.
Garcilasso de la Vega, 141.
Gieseler, Dr. John C. L., bis Com-

pendium of Ecclesiastical History,
noticed, 172.

James, G. P. R., his Dark Scenes in
Giles, Rev. Henry, his Lectures and History, noticed, 326.
Essays, noticed, 328.

Jesuitism, by Isaac Taylor, noticed,
Gillies's History of Greece, 295.

319-323.
God, the Goodness of, 95.

Jesuits, Mornings with the, 341.
Goetbe, 425.

Jewish Newspaper in New York,
Goldsmith's History of Greece, 294.

340.
Greece, Histories of their Authors and Jones, Wm., on the Figurative Lan-
Merits, 293 – 299.

guage of the Scriptures, reviewed,
Greenwood, Grace, her Greenwood

390-411.
Leaves, 177.

Jovellanos, 163. -
Grote, George, his History of Greece,
reviewed, 292 - 301.

K.

Kendall, Rev. Dr., of Plymouth,
H.

his Semi-Centennial Celebration,
Hagenbach, Dr. K. R., his Church 336.

History of the 18th and 19th Cen- Kip, Rev. Dr., his Early Conflicts of
turies, reviewed, 411 - 433.

Christianity, noticed, 326.

J.

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R.

L,

Paul at Ephesus, article on, 434 -
Lawence, Archbishop, his criticisms,

441.
controverted, 36 - 39.

Peace Movement, The, 377.
Leverrier and Prof. Peirce, on the Peirce, Prof., and Leverrier, on the
Planet Neptune, 65 - 71.

Planet Neptune, 65 - 71.
Livermore, Rev. Á. A., his Prize Es- Pendulum, Importance of the, 81.

say on the War with Mexico, no- Philosophy and Pietism, 415.
ticed, 323, 324.

Philosophy and Religion, their Rela-
Longfellow, Prof. H. W., Poems by, tions, 97 - 110.
noticed, 177, 511.

Pietism and Philosophy, 415.
Lope de Vega, 149.

Pius IX., bis Encyclical Letter, 335.
Loring, Rev. Bailey, 337.

Poetry, 224 - 227.
Loyola and Jesuitism, by I. Taylor, Porter, J. S., his Principles of Textu-
noticed, 319-323.

al Criticism, reviewed, 26-40.
Lunt, Rev. W. P., his Lecture before Preaching, Remarks on, 119, 120.
the Quincy Lyceum, noticed, 510. Progress, Human, 387.

Protestantism and Romanism, ques-
M.

tions between them, 341 -361.
Magyars, the Ancient, 455.
Mann, Hon. H., his Thoughts for a
Young Man, 331.

Quixote, Don, 147.
Manrique, Coplas de, 139.
Melville's White-Jacket, 512.
Merrick, Rev. James L., bis Transla. Reflections, 441 - 444.

1
tion of Life and Religion of Mo- Reforms in the Nineteenth Century,
hammed, 505.

373 - 390.
Mexico, The War with, the Prize Reid's Intellectual Powers, 508.

Essay of the American Peace So- Religion and Philosophy, their rela.
ciety, by Rev. A. A. Livermore, tions, 97 – 110.
323, 324.

Representative Men, by R. W. Emer-
Middleton, H.J., on the Government

son, 314-318.
and Currency, 328.

Resurrection, the Doctrine of, 302 -
Miriam, by Mrs. L. J. Hall, 175. 314.
Missions, Domestic, in England, 178. Rogers, R. P., bis Ordination at Can.
Mitford, his History of Greece, 295.
Mohammed, Life and Religion of, Roman Church, Mr. Brownson's Ar-
505.

gument for, examined, 227 - 247.
Moorish Ballads, 133.

Romanism and Protestantism, 341 -
Mountford, Rev. W., his Martyria and 361 — the questions between them,
Euthanasy, 330.

347 - Roman martyrs and missions,
Muzzey, Rev. A. B., his Christian 345 -- Infallibility, 351 - Conver-
Parent, 325.

sions, 357 - Doctrines of, 359.

Rome, Affairs of, 335.
N.
Neander, Dr., his General History of

S.
the Christian Religion and Church, Saintes, Amand, bis History of Ra-
Vol. JII., 175.

tionalism in Germany, noticed, 329.
Neptune, The Planet, Controversy on, Salem, Annals of, by J. B. Felt, 173.
65-71.

Saxe, J. G., Poems by, 177.

Scbiller, 425.
0.

Schleiermacher, 427.
Optimist, The, by H. T. Tuckerman, Schumann, A., his Introduction to
506.

the Books of the Old and New
Ordinations, 179, 337, 512.

Testaments, 329.

Scriptures, Figurative Language in
P.

the, 390 - 41.
Parker, Rev. Theodore, his Oration Semler, J. S., 419.

before the Onondaga Institute, Seymour, Rev. M. H., his Mornings
330.

with the Jesuits, 341.

ton, 337.

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Shippen, Rush R., his ordination, Tuckerman, H. T., his Optimist,
179.

506.
Sikhs, Commonwealth of the, 3. Turnbull, Rev. R., his Genius of Ita-
Smith, Rev. T., of Portland, Me., his ly, 169.
Journal, 173.

Trinitarianism, Barling on, 172.
Socialism, the error of, 277,376.
Society, the reorganization of, 273.

U.
Southey, Robert, Biography of, 333. Unitarian Association, the American,
Spanish Literature, History of, by G. 178, 336.
Ticknor, reviewed, 121 - 168 Unitarian Association, New York,
early writers on, 123 – Spanish 336.
character, 125 — Ballads, 131 - 134 Unitarian Biographies, by Rev. W.

Chronicles, 135 — Drama, 136, Ware, 334.
151 – Novels, 143 — Theatre, 145 Unitarian Congregational Register, for
- Lyrics, 155.

1850, 176.
Sprague, Charles, his Poems, 177. University Hall, London, 179.
Stolberg, Translation from, 225.
Swain, Charles, Lyrics by, 45 – 47.

V.
Swan, Joshua A., his ordination, Voltaire, 417.

337.
Symbols in Scripture, 390 - 411.

W.

Ware, Rev. Wm., bis Unitarian Bio-
T.

graphies, 334.
Taylor, Isaac, his Loyola and Jesuit- Whittier, John G., bis Old Portraits
isin, 319-323.

and Modern Sketches, 324.
Thirlwall, Bishop, his History of Williams, F. C., his ordination,
Greece, 297.

512.
Ticknor, George, bis History of Willis, Wm., his History of Portland,
Spanish Literature, reviewed, 121– Me., 173.
168.

Winsor, Justin, his History of Dux-
Tit thy, First Epistle to, iii. 16, note bury, 173.
on, 29, 30, 35.

Word of God, The, 399.

ERRATA.
On page 224, second line from bottom, for “wherein," read “ where in."

226, line 6, for “sun," read “

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