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CONTENTS OF VOL. XIII.
No. LXXIII. The Harp of David, 1.-The Free Church tried by her own
Arguments; or, Thoughts on the Seccession, Puseyism, and Popery,—
By a Country Minister.-Concluding Article, 33.—Ecclesiastical Finance
of the Church of Scotland.-Striking of the Fiars, 49.-Free Church Door
for the Seceders, 55.-Kitto's Daily Bible Illustrations, 57.—Hengsten-
berg's Revelation of St. John, 59.-Ecclesiastical Intelligence, 64.
No. LXXIV. The Harp of David.-Second Article, 65.-Notes of a Visit
to the Great Exhibition,-By a Country Minister.-Fourth Article, 84.
-The Established Church the only Free Church in Scotland, 101.-The
Mother's Legacie to her Unborne Childe, 106.-Dr. Candlish on Genesis,
Vol. II., 111.-Literary Notices, 119-Original Poetry, 121.-Ecclesiasti-
No. LXXV.-The Harp of David.-Part III., 129.-Paris as it was in
1835 a Letter by the late Mr. A. N. Carmichael, of the Edinburgh
Academy, 147.-Old Houses in Edinburgh, and what can be done with
them? 166.-" The Resurrection of Life," 176.-The Hexaglot Penta-
teuch, 181.-Literary Notice, 185.--Original Poetry, 189.-Ecclesiastical
No. LXXVI.-Life of Lord Jeffrey, by Lord Cockburn, 193.-Notes of a
Visit to the Great Exhibition.-By a Country Minister.--Concluding
Article, 214.-The Baronial and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Scotland,
232.-Literary Notices, 247.-Ecclesiastical Intelligence, 256.