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Lapland, account of the first Missionary to,

866
Lay-delegation, objections to, 197-pamphlet

on, reviewed, 300
Leopardi, Count G., character of, as a poet, 721
Lichfield, meeting of Wesleyan Ministers at,

shortly after the death of the Rev. John Wes-

ley, 9
Life, spiritual, vague view of, examined, 408
Life, universal diffusion of, 376
Light, effects of, on animal and vegetable life, 920
Lightning, velocity of, 605
Linnaeus, the Herbarium of, 275
Literature, Is the pursuit of, favourable to reli-

gion ? 578

Heaven, friendship in, 1156
Hebrew poetry, characteristics of, 164
Hey, W., Esq., Cliristian spirit of, in bereave-

ment, 809
Hippopotamus, at the Zoological Gardens, notes

on the, 853
History and biography, distinction between, 704
Hogarth, Charles Lamb's Essay on, quoted, 1081
Homer, the theology of, 497, 606
Horæ Biblicæ. No. XXIX. Colossians ii. 9-12,

283-No. XXX. An inquiry into the true
meaning and application of Galatians vi. 1,
397–No. XXXI. Are there cherubim? 402-
No. XXXII. Idle words, 856—No. XXXIII.

Are there archangels? 937
Humboldt, Baron, sketch by, of the river-scenery

of South America, 52–capital defect in the
writings of, 52 note, 157 note-his description
of the rapids and cataracts of the Orinoco, 152
--remarks by, on the universal diffusion of

life, 376
Hume, David, origin of his argument against

miracles, 464
Hurd, Bishop, opinion of, respecting Wesley,

Fletcher, and Rousseau, 15
Huss, John, mentioned, 940
Hymn of the blind, 306
"Iva, remarks on the particle, 801
** Index Expurgatorius," sample of the books

prohibited by the, 354-mentioned, 1190
India, another glance at, 832—works relating

to, noticed, 634, 944, 1088
Indulgences, Popish doctrine of, 460
Inquisition, a “History" of the, noticed, 189-

popular hatred and pontifical support of the,

459—Spanish literature blighted by the, 1189
Ireland, work on, noticed, 421-anecdotes of Me-

thodism in, 597—Wesleyan Conference in, 947
Jackson's (Rev. S.) “Catechumens of the Wes-

leyan Church," reviewed, 1179
Jackson's (Rev. T.) “Life," “ Memoirs," and

“ Journal" of the Rev. C. Wesley, reviewed,

42, 144
Jacob, character and conduct of, 599
Jerusalem, life in, 39-crusades for the deliver-

ance of, 48-hopeful signs among the Jews

residing in, 311
Jesuits, the, referred to, 941, 942, 143, 1218, 1325
Jew, conversion of a, at Leipsic, 171
Jewish race, varieties of the, 274
Jewish sacred history, the study of, neglected,

627-sketch of the principal topics included

in, 750
Jeus, Free Church of Scotland's Missions to the,

761-works on the restoration of the, to Pales-
tine, 811--arguments for the restoration of the,
examined, 813—British Society for the Propa-

gation of the Gospel among the, 877
Job, trial and reward of, 836
Jobson's (Rev. F.J.) “Chapel and School Archi-

tecture," specimen-extracts from, 1058
Jordan, vegetation on the, 490
Joseph, trial and reward of, 835
Judaism, not merely local, 64
Justification by faith, the doctrine of, referred

to, 295, 515, 520, 523, 528
Kilda, St., a visit to, 1042
Kilham, Rev. Alexander, mentioned, 5, 9
Ring, Rev. Jonas, interesting narrative con-

cerning, 492

M'AN, Dr., last letter of, 170
Macaulay's “ History of England," mentioned,

261, 871
MacBrair, Rev. R. M., narrative by, of the

latter days of the Rev. J. Edmondson, 119
extracts from his “ Happy Church," 590.

See also Chapters on Divine Providence.
M'Owan, Rev. P., speech of, in Exeter-Hall, 776
Mahan's (Rev. A.) “ Discourses on Christian

Perfection," extracts from, 732
Mail-packet, departure of the, from South-

ampton, described, 594
Mandarin, funeral of a, 504
Mansfield, Lord Chief Justice, anecdotes of, 136
Marriage of Wesleyan Preachers while on pro-

bation, remarks on the, 7
Marriage code of Israel, 1083
Marriott, Mr. T., communications from, 146,

161, 386, 709, 1064, 1167, 1273
Matilda, Abbess, death-bed of, 706
Matilda, and Henry of Saxo marriage and

marriage-dress of, 828
Marie, Rt. Hon. Fox, speech of, in Exeter-

Hall, 659, 782, 784
Maynooth, literary character of, 356
Mer de glace, cataract of the, 495
Methodism in Former Days. No. XXXIX.

The Rev. Samuel Taylor, Vicar of Quinton,
386, 1274-No. XL. Address of the Rev. Dr.
Bangs to the late Canadian Conference, 933
No. XLI. A Missionary's qualifications, 1167
-No. XLII. John Haime, and the army in

Flanders, 1273
Mining, British, importance of, 366
Ministry, Christian, the opinion that it is not

a “sacred order” noticed, 410_a hopeful
substitute for the, 412-attempt to lower the
character of the, among the Wesleyan Method-

ists, 509-qualifieations for the, 1281
Missionary arguments, abundant in the Bible,

860, 861-Missionary facts and dates, 862, 863
Missionary collector, thoughts of a, 479
MISSIONARY NOTICES.
Africa, Southern, 665, 669. Albany, 216,

335, 552, 557, 896, 1105—Bechuana-land,
445, 550, 559, 896, 1330-Cape of Good Hope,
1120, 1228, 1331, 1332–Kaffraria, British,
445, 651, 559, 1104, 1107-Natal, 442, 1328,

1329
Africa, Western, 665, 669, 1322. Anamabu,

218—Ashanti, 97, 1108-Cape-Coast Town,
445—Gambia, 1333_Gold-Coast, 1108,

1119–Sierra-Leone, 998, 1109, 1220, 1334
America, British North. Canada, 111-Hud-

son's Bay, 329, 331, 443, 893, 894New-
Brunswick, 447—Newfoundland, 447, 895

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MISSIONARY NOTICES, continued.
Anniversary of the Wesleyan Missionary 8o-

ciety, 433, 657, 768-amount of contribu-

tions received at the, 784
Auditors, Report of the, 1005
Balance-sheet, proceedings on the presentation

of the, 1001
Ceylon, 662. Batticaloa, 209–Colombo, 105–

Jaffna, 996—Point de Galle, 1219
China, 1000
Circular to Treasurers, Secretaries, &c., 1319
Financial statement, 660
France, 444, 662
Germany, 662, 1321
Gibraltar, 662, 1118
Income of the Wesleyan Missionary Society

for the year, 447
India, Continental, 663. Bangalore, 994, 1001

-Manargoody, 546—Nega patam, 545, 995,

1324
Ireland, 662, 1320
John Wesley," Missionary ship, mentioned,

438, 547, 549, 1325-preservation of, from

pirates, 993
London District Auxiliary Society, Quarterly

Meetings of the, 223, 1232
Missionaries, departure of, 112, 335, 448,

1008, 1120, 1928, 1334-arrival of, 336, 448,
1008—death of, 336,560,661, 784, 1008, 1120,
1228—death of wives of, 336, 661, 896, 999,
-sent out during the year, names and ap-

pointments of, 661
South Seas, 663. Australia, 1119-Feejee, 327,

438, 547, 549, 669, 881, 1217, 1230, 1325,
1327, 1328–Friendly Islands, 440, 883–New
South Wales, 1119-New-Zealand, 213, 441,

558, 669, 884, 886, 993
Switzerland, 103, 104, 321, 662
Valedictory services, 1227
West Indies, 668, 669, 1110, 1322. Antigua, 110,

999—Bahamas, 446, 892-Demerara, 220
Grenada, 891-Hayti, 108, 221, 889, 1116,
1118, 1226—Honduras, 107, 222-Jamaica,
109, 446, 1111, 1119, 1224-Nevis, 446–St.
Kitt's, 223—St. Martin's, 1115–St. Vin.

cent's, 1113
Missionary Society, Wesleyan, “Reports" of

the, reviewed, 859—financial system of the,

explained and defended, 1036
Missions, suggestion to the friends of, 30

incidental results of, in South Africa: The
establishment of commerce, 163; Discovery
of fountains, 263; Experiments in agriculture,

395
Moscow, the burning of, 280
Moses, imitation of the miracles of, by the Ma-

gicians, 629-noble bearing of, on being sent

up to Pisgah to die, 752
Mousehole, character of the Wesleyan society

in, 34-revival of religion in, 35
Mutual inquiry, among Wesleyan Ministers,

right and duty of, 58
Mysore kingdom, historical notices of the, 1047,

1148—Arthur's “ Mission to Mysore," noticed,
1088

Nichols, James, his edition of Farindon's "Ser-

mons " noticed, 291
Night study, caution against, 37
Nile, boatmen of the, 926
Nineveh, greatness of, 63—Dr. Layard's disco.

veries among the ruins of, 67, 71-74, 77, 173-
178—its high antiquity, 180—its architecture,
183—Dr. Layard's work on, mentioned, 262-
further discoveries in, communicated by a

correspondent of the “ Times," 384
NOTICES (Characteristic) OF BOOKS, fc.

See also REVIEWS.
Adlard's "School Atlas," 420
Albertus Magmus, Treatise of, 870
Alin's Discourses," 635
Arnot's “ Memoir of James Halley," 1089
Arthur's " Mission to Mysore," 1098
A Second Letter to J. B., 305
A Whisper to a newly-married Pair, 305
Bagsters' “ New Blank-paged Bible," 1202
Barker's “Diet of Infancy and Childhood,"

1200
Barrett's Christ in the Storm," 420_"Mo-

dern Mental Philosophy," 870
Bathurst's “ Metrical Musings," 5.33
Beecham's “Constitution of Wesleyan Me-

thodism," 869
Birks's “ Horæ Apostolicæ," 191
Bloomfield's" Additional Annotations," 1313
Brown's “ Discourses and Sayings of our

Lord," 1087—“ Exposition of our Lord's

Intercessory Prayer," 1200
Burns's “Light for the Sick Room," 635
Campbell's "Poems," 308
Chalmers, Dr., “Memoirs" of, 78, 1084

“ Posthumous Works" of, 79
Cheever's “ Windings of the River of the Water

of Life," 871
Claims of the Training System of Education,

1201
Clarkson's (Rev. W.) “ India and the Gospel,"

634
Clarkson's (T.) “Life of William Penn," 871
Coad's “ Account of the Sufferings of the

Rebels sentenced by Judge Jeffreys," 79
Continuation of the Memoirs of a Iorking

Man, 1314
Cottle's " Essays on Socinianism," 1202
Cumming's “ Apocalyptic Sketches," 191-

“ Voices of the Night," 1088
Curnock's Father of Methodism," 81
Davidson's “Comprehensive Pocket-Bible,"

80
Denman's “Slave-Trade," 307
Douglas's “Structure of Prophecy," 1087
Dykes, Rev. T., “Memoir" and "Sermons"

of, 532
Ellet's (Mrs.) “Family Pictures from the

Bible," 872
Facts and Opinions, 306
Farley's “ Voice from the Font," 870
Female Agency among the Heathen, 944
Fish's “ Expostulatory Address," 633
Fison's (Mrs.) “Hints for the earnest Stu-

dent," 1088
Ford's "Chorazin," 422
Fox, Rev. H. Watson, " Memoir " of, 1313
Gamble's “ Scripture Baptism," 188
Gaussen's “It is written," 1084
Goddard's" Prize Model-Cottages," 945
Green's “ Domestic Worshipper," 1089
Hardy's “Eastern Monachism," 1086

Nestorian, remarks on the title as given to the

Chaldæans, 75
Newgate, a Governor of, 739
Neuclyn, introduction of Methodism into, 33—

revival of religion in, 36
Newton, Dr., speech of, in Exeter-Hall, 780

NOTICES OF BOOKS, continued.
Havernick's “Introduction to the Penta-

teuch," 872
Hay's " Father's Counsels," 634
Headley's “Sacred Mountains," 190
Henderson's (Mrs.) " Scripture Lessons," 1088
History of the Inquisition, 189
Inglis's “ Sabbath-School and Bible Teach-

ing," 190
Jackson's " Methodism in Darlington," 869
James's “Olive-Branch and Cross," 421
Kelly's Discourses," 1084
King's "Geology," 534—"Jamaica," 871
Kitto's “Daily Bible Illustrations," 191, 635,

1314—“Tabernacle and its Furniture," 945
Latrobe's “ Sacred Lays and Lyrics," 1085
Lawry's Friendly and Feejee Islands," 304
Lessons on Industrial Education, 81
Maberley's Preach the Word," 1089
M'Cosh's Divine Government," 304
M"Crie's " Lectures on Baptism," 872
Marsden's "Early Puritans," 1087
Marsland's " Regeneration," 1200
Martyrologia, 188
Meek's " Scripture Emblems," 873
Michell's Ruins of many Lands," 420
Moister's "* Missionary Labours," 868
Montgomery's (James) “ Poetical Works," 633
Montgomery's (Rev. R.) “ Christian Life," 80
Moody's "New Testament expounded," 80
Moore's " Health, Disease, and Remedy," 872
Naylor's "Hymns," 634
New Publications, lists of, 83, 191, 307, 422,

534, 636, 874, 946, 1090, 1202, 1314
Osborne's (Mrs.) “ Oceanus," 421
Orven's " Works," 1084
Paley's “Horæ Paulinæ,” 191, 419_"Evi-

dences of Christianity," 419
Parker Society, publications of the, 192, 1203
Pascal's " Thoughts on Religion," &c., 80
Paul, St., “Life and Epistles" of, 189, 305,

534, 874, 1088
Payne's “ Lectures," 533
Ponsonby's (Catherine) “ Lays," 306
Potts's (Anna H.)“ Sketches of Character," 81
Procrastination, 307
Puritan Gems, 1087
Read's Hand of God in History," 1202
Real Religion, 189
Rigg's Principles of Wesleyan Methodism,”

305
Roberts's Life, Letters, and Opinions," 1085
Robinson's "Greek Lexicon," 1200
Samuel's Wesleyan Missions in Jamaica and

Honduras," 1089
Schleiermacher's “ Outline of the Study of

Theology," 1089
Sermons by Wesleyan Ministers, 191
Sheppard's Three Essays," 1202
Short Memorials of the Lord's Goodness, 871
Short Sermons and Hymns for Children, (in

Irish,) 1090
Shrewsbury, Joseph B., “Life" of, 1089
Sidney's Philosophy of Food," 82
Simmons's "Working Classes," 81
Smith's (Eliza) “Five Years a Catholic," 305
Smith's (George) “Sacred Annals," vol. II.,

79—“ Wesleyan Ministers and their Slan-

derers," 83
Sortain's "Sermons," 873
Southern's “ Church in the World," 190
Spring's "Mercy-Seat," 634, 1089

NOTICES OF BOOKS, continued.

Stewart's “ Modern Geography," 1201
Store's "Training System," 421
Syriac and English Lexicon, 636
Temple's " Christian's daily Treasury,” 188
The Annotated Paragraph Bible, 1088
The Book of the Prophet Joe, 80
The Christian Athenæum, 534
The Christian Sabbath, 1314
The Exhibition of 1851, 1203
The great Gorham Case, 634
The Holly-Tree, by George and Myra Sargent,

191
The Jamaica Movement against the Slave-

Trada, 635
The Lighted Valley, 872
The Light of Life, 1087
The National Cyclopædia, 305, 534, 874, 1088
The Old-Testament Pocket Commentary, 635
The Past and Future of Ireland, 421
The Wesleyan Vindicator, 82
The Young Wife, 421
Thomson's “ Nature and Destinies of the

Soul," 305
Tract Society, "Monthly Volumes" of, 82, 1314
Transcripts from my Tablets, 1090
Treffry's "Memoirs of the Rev. J. Smith," 80
Venema's “ Institutes," 873
Wallace's “Guide to the Christian Ministry,"

307—“Heavenly Home," 421
Warren's “Chanter's Hand-Guide," and

Psalmody," 1089
Weir's "High-Way of Holiness," 190
Wertheim's “Bible Cartoons," 1200
Westhead's “ XVIIIth of Leviticus," 1083
White's History of France," 1202
Wilson's “ Bible Student's Guide," 1199
Wordsworth's unpublished Poem and Bio-

graphy, 874

Oaths, Romish paltering with, 463
Oglethorpe, General, mentioned, 146
Olivers, Rev. Thomas, critique on the well-

known hymn of, by James Montgomery, 10
Orinoco, the, and other great rivers of South

America, 52—its rapids and cataracts, 152
Orp, Mr., of Prestwood, mentioned, 11
Owen, Dr., pastoral letter of, 919
Patriarchal and Jewish age, principle on which

the history of the, should be written, 625
Penzance, revival of religion in, 33
People's Journal," character of the, 1078
Peto, 8., Esq., speech of, in Exeter-Hall, 770
Plagues of Egypt, twofold design of the, 631
POETRY.

Crusaders' Hymn of the twelfth Century, 877
David tending his Flock, 310
God's Providence a Source of Comfort, by

Hurdis, 310
Heaven, 424
Lamentations ii. 18, by Quarles, 424
Lines written by a young Barrister during

Affliction, 876
Lines written on sailing on the Mediterranean,

by the Rev. J. Anderson, 195
Metrical Paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer,

(from the German,) by Dr. Etheridge, 639
Paraphrase on Psalm cxlviii., by George

Wither, 537
Strains of Heaven and Earth, by Alec, 86
The Dead in Christ, by Henry Vaughan, 758

POETRY, continued.

The Fall of the Oppressor, 876
The Pastor's Prayer for the Flock, by the

Rev. C. Wesley, 86
They are not here, by R. W. Horsfield, 424
To Zion's Watchmen, by the Rev. C. Wesley,

1093
Verses by Elizabeth Stuart, Daughter of

James I., 195
Polytheism, evil tendency of, 185
Pompey the Great, vicissitudes in the career of,

1263
Popery, history & magazine of arguments

against, 160—works relating to, noticed, 80,
188, 189, 305, 306, 421, 1203-proofs of its
tendency to produce iguorance, 352; irre-
ligion, 457; and infidelity, 461- true ground
of the determined opposition to, in England,
486-element of, in the Church of England,
accounted for, 489, 616-anecdotes illus.
trative of, 706, 707, 708, 830-secret of the
seeming liberalism of, in Protestant countries,
830—the proceedings of, against the Reforma-
tion in Poland, exhibited as a warning to
England at the present time, 941-logic of,
reduced ad absurdum, 1190-avails itself of
the popular superstition against witchcraft to
crush Church reformers, 1276—shameless at-
tack on a dying Protestant by the spiritual agents
of, 1297—office of Cardinal in the ecclesiastical
system of, explained, 1298--referred to, 104,
107, 200, 221, 223, 440, 444,878, 889, 890, 1117,
1120, 1218, 1227, 1327, 1333. See also RELI-

GIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Potts's (R.) “ Geometry," extract from, 839, 927
Present period, duties of the, 57
Press, labours of the, during 1849, reviewed, 259

-labourers for the, 731
Prince of Wales, high claims of the, to Protest-

ant consideration, 527
Providence, remarks on the government of, 484

-Homeric views respecting, 498-work on,
noticed, 1202. See also Chapters on Divine

Providence.
Prussia, the King of, mentioned, 374-anecdotes

of Jaenike, the “Oberlin" of, 935
Purgatory, defined,459—principal features of, 460
Puseyism, referred to, 306, 523, 524, 627, 941-

in New Zealand, 887

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, continued.

Declaration of Wesleyan Ministers, 196
From a lady in Ireland, 1095
Grand Duchy of Posen, 878
Himalayas, the Gospel in the, 425
Hungary, 200
Irish Romanism, 311
Italy, 87
Jerusalem, 311
Labrador, 425
Lettish Bible, the, 88
Loan Tract Societies, Wesleyan, 643
Louth Circuit, 643
Madagascar, 312
Madras City Mission, 1206
Methodist Episcopal Church, United States, 190
Norfolk and Norwich Bible Society, 87
Persia, 311
Ragged schools, 425
Religious meetings in the Alpine heights and

valleys, 1207
Royal Adelaide steamer, 539
Sabbath, the, 200——in the Post-Office, 425
Sabbath Alliance, the, 88
Sabbath-Committee, Wesleyan, 1093
St. Neot's, 311
Tahiti, 200
Turkey, 425
Wesleyan Conference: The Irish Conference,

947—The British Conference, 949-Stations
of the Wesleyan Ministers, 965–Annual
Address to the Societies, 972–Obituary of

Wesleyan Ministers, 978
Wesleyan Education, 1315
REVIEWS.-See also Eardley's “Imprison-

ment and Deliverance of Dr. Achilli;".
Green's (Mrs.) Princesses of England;"
Guizot's “ English Revolution of 1640–89 ;"
Jackson's (Rev. 8.) “Catechumens ;
Jackson's (Rev. T.) “Charles Wesley;'
Smith's Doctrine of the Cherubim;" and
Sraine's and Eubank's " Restoration of the

Jews."
Farindon's “Sermons," 289
Krasinski's “ Slavonic Nations," 939
Layard's " Nineveh," 63, 173
Miall's British Churches," 406
Reports of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, 859
Scott's “ Wesleyan Discipline," 413
Smith's "Sacred Annals," vol. II., 625, 749
The Gorham" Case, 513
The Poetry of Wordsworth, 1074, 1192, 1305
Trcory's Eternal Sonship of Christ," 295
Welch's “Claims of Wesleyan Lay-Delega-

tion," 300
Revival of religion in the Penzance Circuit, 33
Robespierre, character of, 1171
Romaine, Rev. W., anecdotes of, 922
Ross, Sir John, observations of, on the power of

the human frame to resist cold, 496
Rousseau, character of, 1170

Ragged schools, a visit to, 849
Rains, distribution of the, 480
Rationalism, new phase of, 258
Reading, observations on, 115
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

Achilli, Dr., 88
Anniversaries. British and Foreign Bible

Society, 641-Church Missionary Society,
759-London Missionary Society, 759
Baptist Missionary Society, 760—London
City Mission, 760—Jewish Mission of the
Free Church of Scotland, 761-British So-
ciety for the Propagation of the Gospel

among the Jews, 877
Austria. Inspruck, 87
A village church in earnest, 644
Belgium. Progress of the Gospel, 426
Ben Oliel, Mr., departure of, 643
Bible distribution, 1208
Burmah. The Karens, or wild men, 538
City Mission, the, and the railways, 425
Connaught, 199

Sabæanism in Assyria, 185
Sabbath, keep the, 368—Sir A. Agnew's labours

in behalf of, 268--pastoral monition regarding
the, 976-Essays on the, noticed, 1314. See

also RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Sacramental salvation, the doctrine of, referred

to, 514, 1289
Sacraments, early disputes respecting the, in the

Wesleyan Societies, referred to, 9, 10-Popish
doctrine that the efficacy of the, depends on

the intention of the administrator, noticed,

464
Sandler, Mr. Joseph, of Grimsby, portraiture of

the Rev. J. Edmondson by, 123
Samaritans of Nabloos, visit to the, 586
Sanctification, entire, objections to the doctrine

of, answered, 732-evidence in favour of, 733—
experience of a Christian Minister in pursuit

of, 735—referred to, 365, 528
Schreckhorn, unveiling of the, 495
Scriptures, decree of the Council of Trent

restricting the use of the, 353—Papal degrada-

tion and mutilation of the, 462
Select bands," hint respecting, 365
Sellon, Rev. Walter, mentioned, 11
SERMONS. See also DIVINITY.

Heaven, by the Rev. D. M.Nicoll, 568
On the Death of James Wood, Esq., by the

Rev. G. Osborn, 17
The Sovereignty of Divine Providence, by the

Rev. G. Steward, 235
Sermons, practical suggestions on the composi-

tion of, 12
Simonides, a saying of, quoted, 466
Sin, “mortal" and “venial," Popish distinc-

tion between, 460
Slander, censured, 468—pastoral caution against,

974
Slave-trade, the, referred to, 109, 307, 635, 671,

770, 774, 1223
Slavonic nations, Krasinski's “Religious His-

tory of the," reviewed, 939-Talvi's “• View
of the Languages and Literature of the,"

extract from, 1176
Smith's (G.) “Sacred Annals," reviewed, 625,

749—“Doctrine of the Cherubim," reviewed,

1290-speech in Exeter-Hall, 779
Socinianism, Dr. Stock's renunciation of, 700—

“ Essays" on, noticed, 1202
Sophocles, remarks on the style of, 278
Spanish nobles, exemption of, from taxation,

829
Stanley, Rev. Jacob, sen., notes by, on the auto-

biography of the Rev. J. Edmondson, 2, 5, 7, 8,

9, 12, 15, 114, 115, 116, 117-death of, 1104
Stations of the Wesleyan Ministers in Great

Britain, 955—in Ireland, 965-on the Missions,
966-in connexion with the Canada Confer-

ence, 971
Stercard's (Rev. G.) “Religion, the Weal of the

Church and the Need of the Times," specimen-

extracts from, 1065, 1157
Stuart, Professor, argument of, against the ex-

istence of cherubim, impugned, 402
Supper of the Lord, mode of celebrating the,

among the primitive Christians, 400
Sraine's " Objections to the Doctrine of Israel's

Restoration to Palestine," reviewed, 811
Switzerland, a singular sect in, 55-tyranny of

the liberal party in, 486
Symbols of Divinity, in the earliest sculptures, 185

TEXTS ILLUSTRATED, continued.
Genesis xv. 18-21; xvii. 8; Exodus xxiv. 7, 8

....814
Genesis xx v. 29-33....599
Genesis xlix. 10....587
Exodus vii. 12; viii. 7....629
Exodus x. 21-23....632
Exodus xii. 7, 22. ...186
Exodus xx. 4....404
Leviticus xvi. ; xvii. 6, 11....753
Leviticus xviii. 6-18....1083
Leviticus xxvi. 34, 40–45....816
Numbers xxvii. 12-17....752
Deuteronomy vi. 4-9. ...1181
Deuteronomy xiii. l; Matthew xxiv. 24;

2 Thessalonians ii. 9....630
Deuteronomy xxx. 1-6. ...816
Deuteronomy xxxii. 11, 12....755
Joshua i. 8, 9...1024
2 Kings ii. 9....684
2 Kings xviii. 32. .. .187
Nehemiah viii. 8....14
Job xxxiv. 29....235
Psalm xviii.....820
Psalm xxxix. 1....465
Isaiah xi. 10-16... 818
Isaiah xiii. 21 ; xxxiv. 14, 15....177
Isaiah xiv. 1-3....816
Isaiah xxxvii. 33; Ezekiel xxvi. 8....187
Isaiah xl. 3-5....820
Isaiah Ix.....819
Jeremiah ii. 2; Galatians iv. 15; Revelation

ii. 4....1139
Jeremiah I. 2....187
Ezekiel i. 4-14....402
Ezekiel xxiii. 14, 15; xxxi. 10, &c. ...]86
Ezekiel xxvi. 7-12; xxvii. 11. ...187
Ezekiel xxviii. 13, 14....1295
Ezekiel xxxi. 3, &c.; Zephaniah ii. 13, 14....73
Ezekiel xxxiii. 11....294
Ezekiel xxxvii. 21-25....819
Joel ii. 15-17... .248
Amos v. 26....187
Amos ix. 11-15; Acts xv. 16, 17... .821
Micah iii. 12; iv. 1, 2....819
Nahum iii. 3; Hosea xiv. 3; Habakkuk i. 8

...187
Zechariah xiv.....820
Malachi iv. 5....820
Matthew xii. 36....856
Mark ii. 27, 28....806
Mark xiv. 8....400
Luke xxi. 24....822
Luke xxiii. 42, 43... 20
John v. 17....800
John xii. 26. ...23
Acts ii. 46....400
Acts xv.....510
Acts xvi. 19....630
Romans viii. 32.... 292
Romans xiii. 10....293
1 Corinthians i. 26....580
1 Corinthians x. 31....1252
1 Corinthians xi. 21....400
2 Corinthians iv. 16-18; v. 1-10....21
2 Corinthians v. 19. ...399
2 Corinthians xi. 14....402
Galatians vi. 1. ...397
Ephesians i. 7. ...399
Ephesians iji. 20....693
Ephesians iv. 30....907
Philippians i. 23, 24....21

Taylor, Rev. S., notices of, 386-error in the

notices of, corrected, 1274
Ten Commandments, Popish version of the, 462,

1334
TEXTS ILLUSTRATED.
Genesis i, 1, 26; xviii. 2; xix. 24; xxii., xxxi.,

xxxii. ; Exodus xxiii. 20, &c. ....589
Genesis iii. 24....403, 1295
Genesis ix. 5; Numbers xiv. 35; Deutero-

nomy xviii. 18; xxxii, 34, 35.. .588

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