Children in Heaven, 291.-Stevens's Centenary of American Methodism,
292.-Stevens's Women of Methodism, 293.-Murphy's Commentary on
Genesis, 293.–Buck's Massachusetts' Ecclesiastical Law, 296.-Doolit-
tle's China, 297.—Martineau's History of the Peace, 300.-Edna Dean
Proctor's Poems, 301.- Lucy Arlyn, 301 -Young's Commentary on Ec-
clesiastes, 302. – Whittier's Snow-Bound, 303. – Cahart's Poets and
Poetry of the Hebrews, 304.-Presbyterian Hymnal, 305.—Hans Brinker,
305.-Christopher Crowfield's Little Foxes, 306.-Ru; sell's Orthophony,
307:- Pond's Pastoral Theology, 307.–St. Martin's Summer, 308.-Low.
rie's Hebrew Lawgiver, 309.--
Foote's War of the Rebellion, 309.—The
Shadow of Christianity, 310.- Hague's Christianity and Statesmanship,
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I. FREDERICK WILLIAM ROBERTSON.
BY THE REV. E. CUTLER, WORCESTER, MASS.
Sermons, preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton, by the late Rev.
FREDERICK William ROBERTSON, M. A., the Incumbent. Five
Lectures and Addresses on Literary and Social Topics, by the
late Rev. FREDERICK W. Robertson, M. A., of Brighton.
Life and Letters of FreDeRICK W. Robertson, M. A., Incum-
bent of Trinity Chapel, Brighton, 1847–53. Edited by Stopford
Brooke, M. A., late Chaplain to the Embassy at Berlin. In two