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Cellerier’s Authenticity of the New
Ethics, reviewed, 137 — an anal-
Reasons why such a work is im-
system of Christian Ethics, 146.
verted, reviewed, 180.
325 - 339.
question between Mr. Andrews tive view of the skulls of vari-
Norton and his Alumni, 400. ous Aboriginal nations of North
uel George Morton, reviewed,
state of the Samaritans, 150,
wood, or the Infidel Converted, Daubigné's History of the Refor-
mation, 20 — Account of the
author and general character of
his work, 21 -An analysis given
of it, 22 – 44.
Education of Mothers, by L. Aimé
Infidelity, Modern, characteristics
Converted, reviewed, 180.
writer of hymns, 11.
Jouffroy's Introduction to Ethics,
translated by W. H. Channing,
occasioned by the death of, 68 —
Sketch of the Life of, 87, 88. Laura Bridgman, an account of,
Doctrine of our Lord and Saviour Layman, the Christian, reviewed,
Lee, Thomas, a Discourse on the
Samuel Gilman, 398.
Life of Jesus, by Strauss, reviewed,
thiof. By Esaias Tegner, review- Local Vestiges of the early propa-
gation of Christianity in the
city of Rome, 325-339.
destruction of the Lexington, no-
Daubigné's history of the Refor-
Macaulay, T. Babington, Critical
and Miscellaneous Essays by, no-
of 166 - 171.
article on, 1- Chandler's col 1.
Martin, Aimé, on the education of Poet's Tribute, by W. B. Tappan, mothers, reviewed, 44.
noticed, 128. Massachusetts Board of Education, Prayer, objections to, considered,
third annual report of, noticed, 199 - 202 — the nature and value 253.
of prayer, 203 — the duty of Miles, Henry A., on Natural The- family prayer urged, 205 - 207.
ology as a study in schools a Psalm of Life, Longfellow's quoted, Lecture by, 399.
244. Miracles, Mir. Brownson's view of,
194 - 196. Moore, Archy; or Memoirs of a Slave, noticed, 129.
Reformation, History of, by D’AuMorin, Father, his theory of the bigné, reviewed, 20.
Israelitish origin of the Samari. Rejected Addresses, 271. tan Pentateuch defended, 159 - Rome, Christian Antiquities in, 165.
325 – 339. Morton's Crania Americana, re- Rosanna ; or scenes in Boston, reviewed, 248.
viewed, 111. Music in the Ancient Christian Church, 7-9.
Samaritan Pentateuch, 147 — His
tory and present condition of the National Establishments of religion. Samaritan people, 148-151 ; By John Taylor, reviewed, 171. The Samaritan Pentateuch
known to tbe Fathers of the first centuries, 152 — Sketch of its
History to the present time, Obligations of the world to the 152 - 155 — Account of the con
Bible, a series of lectures to troversy concerning its origin young men, by Gardiner Spring, and character,, 156 – 158 - Řenoticed, 261.
marks on it, 158, 159 — ArguOwenism, Christianity defended ments in behalf of Father Mo
from the assaults of, by J. R. rin's theory of the Israelitish Beard, noticed, 255.
origin of the Samaritan Penta
teuch, 159 - 165. P.
Scenes in Judea, 89 -111, 224 - 241.
Singing in the ancient churches, 7. Palfrey, John Gorham, his Dud- Spenser's poetical works, reviewed,
leian Lecture on the theory and 208 — Characteristics of Spenser, uses of Natural Religion, noticed, and his poetry, 210 - 218 127.
Faults to be charged upon the Peabody's, Rev. W.B.O., Dudleian Faerie Queene, 218 — Minor Lecture, 317 - 325.
poems of Spenser, 219 — His Pebblebrook; or the Harding rank as a poet, 220 - Compared Family, 131.
with Shakspeare and Milton, Pebbles from Castalia, noticed, 265. 221 - 223. Pentateuch, Samaritan, article on, Spring's, Gardiner, Obligations of 147.
the world to the Bible, 261. Perkins Institution, and Massachu. Stephens, his visit to the Samari.
setts Asylum for the blind, eighth tans at Naplosa. annual report of the trustees of, Strauss's Life of Jesus, reviewed, reviewed, 359 – 378.
273 - not properly a life of JePhilosophy of Human life, by · sus, 274 — the introduction valu
Amos Dean, noticed, 263. . able to the student of the Scrip
tures, 274 - an abstract given of ary notice of, 131 — epitaph, it, 274 - 283 — Strauss's historical 134. difficulties and objections, exam- Transcendentalism of the Germans ples of, 283 - 305 — Concluding and of Cousin, two articles from treatise of Strauss, 305 — false the Princeton Review, noticed, principles of Strauss pointed out, 400. 307 - 312 - Concluding remarks, 313-316.
Voices of the Night, by H. W.
Longfellow, reviewed, 242. Tappan, William B., his Poet's Voluntaryism and its results comTribute, noticed, 128.
pared with compulsory support of Taylor on National Establishments Religion, 178.
of Religion, reviewed, 171. Taylor, Isaac, his Ancient Christ
W. ianity, and the Doctrines of the
Oxford Tracts, noticed, 257. White Slavery, 269. Teacher taught, by Emerson Davis, Winthrop, Robert C., his address noticed, 259.
delivered before the New EnTegner's, Frithiof's Saga, or Le- gland Society in the city of New gend of Frithiof, reviewed, 339 - York, 398.
Withington's review of late temTemperance Reform, 111 – Legis- perance movements, 269. lation, 114 - 121.
Worship, Domestic, by W. H. FurThacher, William Vincent, obitu. ness, reviewed, 199.
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