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A.

171 – Christology of Luke, 173
Adams, Charles F., his Edition of the of 1 Peter, 175 — of the Apoca-

Works of John Adams, noticed, lypse, 177 — Summary, 181.
307.

Christendom, Ecclesiastical, an Ad-
Alger, Rev. W.R., his History of the dress on, by Rev. F. H. Hedge,
Cross of Christ, noticed, 147.

112 - 134.
Anderson, Dr. John, his Course of Christianity in India, 470.
Creation, noticed, 302.

Citizenship, Article on the Duties of,
Anniversary Week, Meetings in, 195 - 209 Selfishness, 197
150 - 159.

Disinterestedness, 201 Use of
Apocalypse, Christology of the, 176 - Wealth, 203 — Labor, 205 — Re-
180.

ligion, 207.
Arnold, Mr., of Rhode Island, on the Clairvoyance, by Magnetism, 411 -
Education of Idiots, 365.

414.
B.

Clergymen, Society for Relief of
Berlin, Institution for Idiots in, Arti- Aged and Indigent, 155.
cle upon, 360 - 367.

Cleveland, C. D., Text-Books by, 310.
Bible Society, Mass., Anniversary of, Coins, Ancient, 267.
150.

College, Harvard, Commencement
Bickersteth, Edward, Memoir of, no- at, 312 — Changes in Professorships
ticed, 456.

in, 314.
Bogen, Rev. F. W., his German in College Words and Customs, a Col-

America, noticed, 350 – 352. lection of, noticed, 306.
Boston and Vicinity, Sketches of, no. Comte, Auguste, his Philosophy of
ticed, 464.

Mathematics, 145.
Bowditch, N. I., his History of the Congress, a Scene in, 37 – Decla-

Massachusetts Hospital, noticed, mation in, 49.
465.

Convention at Portsmouth, Unitarian,
Bricks, inscribed for Money, 271. 472.
Bridgman, Thomas, his Epitaphs Coquerel, Athanase, a Treatise on

from Copp's Hill, noticed, 463. Christian Doctrine by, edited by
Brown, Rev. A. N., his Wreath Rev. J.I.T. Coolidge, noticed, 141.

around the Cross, noticed, 463. Cornwall, Barry, Poems by, noticed,
Browning, Elizabeth B., her Poems, 139.
noticed, 146.

Coues, S. E., his Work on Mechani-
Butler, Mrs. C. H., Stories by, no. cal Philosophy, criticized, with Ex-
ticed, 463.

tracts, 218 - 245 — Note by, 445.
Buttmann, Philip and Alexander, Cunningham, Dr. P., a Work by, no-
their Greek Grammar, noticed, 138. ticed, 209.
C.

D.
Cambridge, Divinity School at, 317. Daniel, Prof. Stuart's Commentary
Carlyle, T., his Life of J. Sterling, on the Book of, reviewed 368 - 376
noticed, 461.

The 70 Weeks of, 371 - Mean-
Catholic Defence Association, 469. ing of Chap. xii. 1-3, 373 — Gen-
Celestial Mechanism, 246 - 250. uineness of the Book, 375.
Chase, Thomas, his Cicero on the Dixon, W. II., his Life of W. Penn,
Immortality of the Soul, 455.

141.
Christ of the Jews, The, Exposition Du Cange, his Latin Glossary, no.

of the Results of German Criticism ticed, 448.
concerning the Nature and Func-

E.
tions of the Messiah, Article on, Ecstasis by Animal Magnetism, 415,
161 – 185 — Jewish Conception of, Education, A Theory of, 77 - 80 –
165 - 168 - Views of Early Chris- Physical, 83 - 86.
tians, 167 Gospel of Matthew, Esdaile, Dr. James, Operations by
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ans, 335.

Mesmerism in India, with Exam- | Hicks, Elias, and the Hicksite Qua-
ples, 395, 423 – 425.

kers, Article on, 321 - 349 - Slan.
Euphranor, A Dialogue on Youth, der refuted, 322 -a Firm Believ.
with Extracts, 75 - 88.

er, 323 — his Personal History,
F.

325 - Labors, 327 - 329 — Views
Fabens, J. W., his Camel Hunt, no- of Slavery, 330 — Persecution, 339
ticed, 464.

- was a True Quaker, 343- his
Farley, Rev. S., Discourses and Es-

Theological Opinions, 345 - 348.
says by, noticed, 458.

Hill, Rev. Alonzo, Discourse by, 149.
Forman, Capt., his Theory of the Hitchcock, President, bis Religion of
Tides, 210.

Geology, 144.
Forshall, Rev. J., his Edition of Wyc. Hodges, Charles E., Ordination of,
liffe's Bible, 53.

159.
France and England, their Treat- Holland, Rev. F. W., his Installation,
ment of the North American Indi- 476.

Hudson, Rev. Mr., his Edition of
French War, the Old, in America, Shakspeare, 147.
377.

Hydrostatics, Laws of, 223.
G.

Hypnotism, Magnetic, 417.
Gannett, Rev. T.B., Obituary of, 160.

I.
Gentile Views of Christ, 183. Idiocy, Philosophy of, 361.
Geometry, Scepticism as to Princi- Idiots, Institution for, in Berlin, Arti-
ples of, 217.

cle on, 360 - 367 Education of,
German Biblical Criticism, Results 363.
of, 163.

India, Christianity in, 470.
Germans in America, Article on the, Indians, North American, Conspir-

350 - 359 — Number of, in the acy of, 376 - 394 — Traits and Hab-
United States, 351 – Their Char- its of, 383 – Patriots among, 387.
acteristics, 353 — Politics, 355 Indian Summer, Description of the,

Religion, 357 – Prospects of, 359. 393.
Gillespie, W. M., his Translation of Insect Life, Episodes of, 460.

Comte's Philosophy of Mathemat. Installations, 476.
ics, 145.

Invalid, Mutterings and Musings of
Government, Divine Source of, 43.

462.
Gravitation, Scepticism as

to the

J.
Law of, 219.

Jal, A., his Nautical Glossary, 450.
Greg, W. R., his Creed of Christen. Jews, their Conception of God and
dom, noticed, 135 - 138.

Christ, 165 – 168
Gregory, Dr. W., his Letters on Ani- Jubilee, Railroad, in Boston, Ser.

mal Magnetism, reviewed, with Ex. mons on, 467.
tracts, 395 - 435.

K.
Grey, Maria G., on the Self-Culture Kerigan, Thomas, a Work by him,

of Women, reviewed, with Ex- noticed, 209.
tracts, 185 - 194.

Kitto, Dr. John, his Biblical Cyclo.
Grove, W. R., a Work by, noticed, pædia, 307.
210.

Kinematics, Scepticism as

to the
H.

Laws of, 215.
Haliburton, Judge, his Rule and Mis-

L.
rule of the English in America, Lamartine, A. de, his History of the
noticed, 460.

Restoration of Monarchy in France,
Hebrews, The Gospel according to 469.
the, 169.

Lothrop, S. K., his History of Bratile
Hedge, Rev. F. H., his Address be- Street Church, 308.

fure the Ministerial Conference, Luke, Christology of the Gospel of,
112-134.

173.
Henschel, G. A. L., bis Edition of

M.
Du Cange, 418.

Madden, Sir Frederic, his Edition of
Herbert, Rev. G., his Life and Writ- Wyclifle's Bible, 53.
ings, 147.

Magnetism, Animal, Article on, 395
recent Works, with Extracts. The
Paul, The Apostle, Essay on, 89 - Tides, 213 Kinematics, 215

9

an,

-

-

his

ness, 125

- 435 – Dr. Gregory's accounts of, Apostles, 95 Peculiarities, 97 —
examined, 397, seq. - Extravagant Spirituality, 99 Controversial
Pretensions, 399 — Religious bear- Writings, 101 Misrepresenta-
ings of, 401 - 433 — Sleep induced tions of him, 103 Doctrinal
by, 403 — Insensibility to Pain, Views, 107 - his Greatness and
405 - 425 — Sympathy, 407 – 409 Influence, 109-111.

- Clairvoyance, 411 - 414 — Ec- Penn, William, his Life, by H. Dix-
stasis or Trance, 415 – Hypnotism, on, noticed, 141.
417 – Surgical Operations, 423 - Perigal, Henry, a work- by, noticed,
425 — Claims on Examination, 426 209.
- 430 — Spiritualism, 433. Peter, First Epistle of, 175.
Manesca, L., French Text-Books by, Phillips, Sir Richard, Works by, no-
noticed, 455.

ticed, 210.
Matthew, Christology of the Gospel Picot, Charles, bis French Diction-
of, 171.

ary, noticed, 455.
Meadville Divinity School, 316. Pontiac, History of the Conspiracy
Mechanism, Celestial, Ancient and of, reviewed, 376 - 394

Modern Views of, 246 - 250. Character, 390 — Plans and Meas-
Miller, Hugh, his First Impressions ures of, 391 - 393.

of England, noticed, 145 – bis Popery, Extension of, 115 its
Scenes and Legends of Scotland, Church Spirit, 123

its Devout-
noticed, 458.

its Defects, 127.
Mills, Abraham, his Literature of Proctor, Mr. See Cornwall

.
Great Britain, noticed, 459. Protestantism, Reaction from, 113 —
Ministerial Conference, 156 – Rev. Strength of, 129.

F. H. Hedge's Address_before, Purvey's Prologue to Wycliffe's Bi-
112 – 134 – Debate on Fugitive

ble, 57.
Slave Law, 156 – 159.

Q.
Ministers, Convention of Massachu- Quakerism, Original, 335.
setts Congregational, 155.

Quakers, Theology of the, 331
Money Transactions, Ancient, Arti- Division among the, 337 – 341.
cle on, 266 – 275.

Quincey, Thomas De, his Life and
Montgomery, Robert, 295.

Manners, 305 - his Literary Remi-
Mosheim, Dr. J. L., his Historical niscences, 452.
Christian Commentaries, 447.

R.
Mummies used as Pledges in Egypt, Railroad Jubilee, Sermons on the,
273.

467.
Murdock, Dr. J., his Translation of Reflections, 251 - 266.
Mosheim, 447.

Religion in a State, 207.
N.

Reynolds, W., his “ Our Campaign,"
Nature, Different Aspects of, 245. noticed, 463.
Neander, Dr. A., his Church History, Robinson, Prof., his Edition of Butt-
noticed, 457.

mann's Greek Grammer, noticed,
Newton, Sir Isaac, bis Scientific The- 138.
ories, 233.

Rückert, Friedrich, his Poems, re-
Nineveh, Inscribed Tablets at, 269. viewed, with Extracis, his Life and
0.

Genius, Article on, 435 – 445.
Obituary, 160.
Ordination, 159.

S.
P.

Sadler, Dr. Thomas, his Closet Pray-
Parkman, Francis, Jr., his History of er, noticed, 146

· his Silent Pas-
the Conspiracy of Pontiac, review. tor, noticed, 309.
ed, with Extracts, 376 - 394 – bis Scepticism in Science, Article upon,
qualifications, 379 - Knowledge 209 – 250 Illustrations of, from
of the Indians, 381.

112- his Éducation and Conver- Geometry, 217 — Gravitation, 219
sion, 90 - 92 — Autobiography in - Hydrostatics, 223 – Centrifugal
his Epistles, 93 — Relation to other Force, 235 — Summary, 240 - 250.
noticed, 149.
Unitarian Autumnal Convention at Young, Augustus, a Work by, no-
Portsmouth, 472.

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Schaff, Philipp, his Deutsche Kir- Unitarianism, its Position and Work
chenfreund, 350.

in Christendom, 131 - 134.
Schmitz, Dr. L., his History of Greece,

W.
noticed, 145.
Science, Scepticism in, Article on,

Ware, Rev. H., Senior, his Contro-
209 – 250 – True Science, 243 —

versy with Dr. Woods, 33.
Note on, 445.

Ware, William, bis Sketches of Eu-
Shirrefr, Emily, on the Self-Culture ropean Capitals, 309.

of Women, reviewed, with Ex- Weights, Ancient, 267.
tracts, 185 - 194.

White, Rev. W. 0., Installation of,

476.
Sibley, J. L., his History of the Town
of Union, noticed, 451.

Williams, W. R., bis Lectures on the
Slavery and the Slave Trade, Views

Lord's Prayer, 309.
of Elias Hicks on, 330 – 333.

Self-Culture of, Article on,

185-194
Sleep, Magnetic, Phenomena of, 403.

Influence of, 187
Smith, Seba, his New Elements of Woodley, William, a Work by, no-

Studies of, 191 Religion of, 193.
Geometry, 210.
Smythies, J. K., a Work by, noticed, Woods, Rev. Dr. L., his Works, re-

ticed, 210.
209.
Spiritualism, 433.

viewed, 1-36 — his Qualifications
Squier, E, G., on the Serpent Sym-

and Experience, 3 Devotional
bol, 140.

Tone, 5 — Severity of his Creed, 7
State, The, and Statemanship, Essay

Treatment of Opponents, 9
on, 36 - 53.

Works, 11 – Estimate of them,

13 - 15
Sterling, John, Carlyle's Life of, 461.

Views of Election, 16
Stowe, Rev. Dr. C. E., on the Phi-

of the Trinity, 17 – 21 - of Moral
losophy of Salvation, 141.

Agency, 22 – 24

of Necessity,
Stuart, Prof., his Commentary on

27 – of Human Inability, 29
Daniel, reviewed, with Extracts,

of Depravity, 31 – Controversy
368-376.

with Dr. Ware, 33.
Sunday School Society, Anniversa-

Wordsworth, William, his Memoirs
ry of, 155.

by Dr. Christopher W., reviewed,
T.

with Extracts from his Poems, 275
Taylor, Bayard, his Romances, Lyrics,

- 298 – his Youth and Education,
and Songs, 454.

277 - a Revolutionist, 279 – his
Tayler, John James, his Aspects of

Wife and Sister, 281 — his Mind,
Faith and Duty, 299.

283 — Style, 285 - Imagination,
Temple, Ebenezer, his Christian's

287 – Subjects, 289 – 294 Ear-
Daily Treasury, 462.

ly Unpopularity, 297.
Tides, Scepticisin as to the Law of Wortley, Lady Mary, her Travels
the, 213, 231.

in the United States, 308.
Tischendorf, C., his Synopsis Evan- Wyclitle, John, and the First Eng.
gelica, 301.

lish Bible, Article on, 53 - 75 —
Torrey, Prof, his Translation of Ne-

its Editors, 54 - 56 Specimens
ander, 4.,7.

from Wycliffe's Work, 59, 60
Trance, Philosophy of the Magnetic,

Manuscripts of, 61 - his Life, 63
415.

Opposition to Rome, 65 – De-
Tufts, Marshall, a Work by, noticed,

fence, 66 - 69 – Pioneer of Refor-
210.

mation, 69 — Injustice of English
U.

Historians towards him, 71 - 73-
Union, Sibley's History of the Town

The Wycliffe Society, 74.
of, noticed, 451.

Y.
Unitarian Association, American, Young, Rev. Dr. A., Discourse by,
Anniversary of, 151 - 154.

ticed, 209.
Unitarian Society, London District, Youth, a Dialogue on, reviewed, 75 –
Debate in, 463.

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