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Authorised Street Preaching Proposed as a Remedy for our Social Evils, in a Letter to the Venerable Archdeacon
By a Country Parson. The Number and Names of the Apocalyptic Beasts, with an Explanation and Application in Two Parts. Part I. The Number and Names. By David Thom.
The Poetry of Science; or, Studies of the Physical Phenomena of Nature. By Robt. Hunt, author of Researches on Light,' etc.
Sermons. By the Rev. Wm. Lyal).
An Historical Inquiry into the True Principles of Beauty in Art, more especially with reference to Architecture. By James Fergusson, Esq., Architect
Remarks on the Government Scheme of National Education, as applied to Scotland. By Lord Melgund, M.P.
The People's Dictionary of the Bible. Part XXXIX.
Lepage's French School. Part I. L'Echo de Paris,
Lepage's Ready Guide to French Composition.
The National Cyclopædia of Useful Knowledge. Part XXII.
Inaugural Address of the Christian Young Men's Missionary Asssociation, Rev. S. Martin.
On the Advancement of Nations from the Barbarous to the Civilized State. By Rev. J. J. Freeman.
Poems.' By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
A Tribute for the Negro, being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Coloured Portion of Mankind, with particular Reference to the African Race, illustrated by numerous Biographical Sketches, Facts, Anecdotes, etc., and many superior Portraits and Engravings. By Wilson Armistead.
The History of England during the Thirty Years' Peace, 1815—1845. Part III. Second Part.
The Romanist Version of the Gospel according to St. John, from MSS. preserved in Trinity College, Dublin, and in the Bibliotheque du Roi, Paris. With an Introductory History of the Version of the New Testament, anciently in Use among the Old Waldenses, and Remarks on the Texts of the Dublin, Paris, Grenoble, Zurich, and Lyons MSS. of that version. By Wm. Stephen Gilly, D.D.
The Judges of England, with Sketches of their Lives and Miscellaneous Notices connected with the Courts at Westminster, from the Time of the Conquest. By Edward Foss, f.S.A. of the Inner Temple. 2 vols.
Mechanics' Institutions, as Affecting the Character of the People and the Welfare of Society. An Introductory Lecture, delivered before the Gateshead Mechanics Institute, on Thursday, Oct. 19, 1848. By Rev. J. Davies, D.D.
A Descriptive Atlas of Astronomy, and of Physical and Political Geography. By Rev. Thos. Milner, M.A. Parts VIII. and IX.
The Cottage Gardener, conducted by George W. Johnson, Esq. Part I.
The Bible of Every Land; or, a History Critical and Philological of all the Versions of the Sacred Scriptures, in every Language and Dialect into which Translations have been made. Part II.
The North British Review. No. XIX.
History of the French Revolutions, from 1789 till the Present time. Part IV.
The Good Man's Grave : a Discourse occasioned by the lamented Death of David Russell, D.D. By W. L. Alexander, D.D.
The Ethnological Journal. No. VI. Remarks on Chloroform in Alleviating Human Suffering. By W. H. Bainbridge, Esq.
Alison's History of Europe, Epitome
Allen, Capt. W., Narrative of Niger
Expedition, 416; Akassa, 419;
scenery of the Delta, 420 ; Aboh,
422 ; Iddah, 423; Model Farm,
424, 429 ; fatality of climate, 425,
427; bombax tree, 428.
Analogies and Contrasts, 323, 329;
excellences of French character,
327; prejudices against England,
325 ; passports, 330; Louis Philippe
said to be a changeling, 331; his
political sins, 322.
Autobiography of an Atheist, 382.
Autobiography of a Working Man,
716; life of Scottish cottars, 718;
author enlists, 721 ; a trades union-
ist, 722; the supposed plot of 1834,
Buxton, Sir T. F., Memoirs of, 1;
his parentage and boyhood, 4;
introduction to the Gurneys, 5;
their influence, 6 ; becomes reli-
giously decided, and marries, 7 ;
writes on prison discipline, 9;
member for Weymouth, 9; prac
tical cast of his speeches, 11 ;
accepts theleadership of the Slavery
Abolitionists, 13; Catholic emanci-
pation, 15; his perseverance and
determination, 18; its effect, 20;
anecdotes of Brougham, 20; and
Rothschild, 21 ; Apprenticeship
Bill, 24; Abolition, 25 ; closing
Catlin's Travels and Residence in
Chalmers, Dr. Posthumous Works,552.
Chamerovzow, L. A., Rights of Abo-
rigines, 579; case of New Zea-
Channing, W. E., Memoirs of, 432;
youth, 435; home education, 436;
religious influences, 438; collegiate
course, 440; first contact with sla-
very, 442; theological opinions,
444, 447; character of his Unita-
rianism, 449, 451 ; a decided aboli-
Chevalier, M. A., On Manures, 458.
Clarke, E., Lectures on Cromwell, 318.
Closing Scene, The, or Infidelity and
Christianity contrasten, 638.
Cobbold, R., Young Man's Home, 640.
Cocquerel, A., Perfect Adaptation of
Cousin, Victor, Philosophy of the Beau-
Belgium, The Rhine, Italy, and Greece,
Bibliotheca Londinensis, 248.
Blackley, W., Scriptural Teaching,
Boyd, A., England, Rome, and Oxford,
Bridal Gift, A, 248.
Brown, John, Exposition of 1st Peter,
279; what religious teaching should
be, 282; “the spirit in prison,' 285.
Budinger, M., Way of Faith, 643.
Bull, Thomas, Maternal Management,
Bunson, C. J., Egypt's Place in Uni-
versal History, 69, 78 ; comparative
claims of Young and Champollion,
79; object and results of the work,
Cranmer's Writings and Letters, means it employs, 759; and their
Parker Society, 249.
results, 760; Regium Donum, 763;
Criminal Tables, 645.
the voluntary principle not a mat-
Cumming, J., Is Christianity from ter of religious indifferency, 751;
God ? 381. .
limits of responsibility of civil
D'Aubigné, J. H. M., The Protector,
318, 320, 321; who the first vindi Fisher's Drawing-Room Scrap Book,
cator of Cromwell, 320.
Davies, E., Memoir of $. Dyer, 642. Forrest, H. J., Dream of Reform, 638.
Davies, John, Estimate of the Human Francis, J., History of Bank of En-
Mind, 205 ; tests of a metaphy gland, 125.
sician, 207; author's deficiency in
analytic power, ib.; errors on voli Gaussen, L., It is Written, 381.
tion, 208, conscience, 209, imagi- Girardin, Essay on Manures, 458.
nation, 211; his style, ib.
Guizot, F. P., Democracy and its
De la Graviere, Sketches of the Last Mission, 102.
Naval War, 511.
Devlin, J. D., Helps to Hereford Halyburton's Memoirs, 639.
Heath, Commander, Views in Indian
Dumas, Chemistry applied to the Archipelago, 671; Sarawak, 673;
Arts, 458, 460.
Labuan, 675; piracy, 676–678;
the future of Borneo, 680.
East, Rev. T., Forgiveness of Sin, 251. | Hengstenberg, E. W., On the Psalms,
Ecclesiæ Dei, 253.
Vol. III., 767.
Education, Crosby Hall Lectures on, Henry, Matthew, Communion with
596; by Baines, 599; Wells, 602; God, &c., 126.
Reed, 603; Richard, 603; Com Henry, Rev. Philip, Life and Times
missioners' Report on Wales, 604; of, 126.
its inaccuracies, 606, and partiality, Hervey, Lord, Reign of George 11.,
184; its value, 186; Whigs in
Elections, Borough Bill to regulate, power, 189; character of the Queen,
335; a delusion and a snare, 354. 190, 194, king, 192, prince, 193;
Elections, Corrupt Practices at, 335; repeal of the Test Acts negotiated
• The Peoples Charter unsound, for, 196; a royal-family dialogue,
338; Reform Act delusion, 340, 201.
and anomalies, 341; electioneering Hewlett, J. P., Works of John Howe,
agents, 342 ; frauds in Registration 385; his person, 386 ; ejected from
Courts, 342; perjury suffrage, 343; Torrington, 395; chaplain to Lord
distribution of electoral power, 347; Massarene, 396; London pastorate,
sale of seats, 350, and of newspaper ib.; death, 398; character of his
support, 351 ; treating, ib.; the poll piety, 399; religious teaching, 401;
ing day, 352; election committees, compared with J. Taylor, 403; his
353; consequent low conventional style, 410; nonconformity, 413.
standard of election morality, 356. Historical Charades, 642.
Ellis, Mrs. Rawdon House, 254. History of Rome, Religious Tract
Ellis, Mrs., Fireside Tales for the Society, 641.
Houston, T., Life of John Livingston,
English Life, Social and Domestic, 642.
Hume, Rev. A., Learned Societies
English Review, The, 740; its poli and Printing Clubs, 247.
tical opinions and perversions, 753; Ireland under the Whigs, 613; Poor-
Anti-state-church Society misre law, 615; Land Improvement Bill,
presented, 742; its religion not de 616; encumbered estates, ib. ; vice-
structive, 744; especial offence royalty of Lord Clarendon, 619;
given by its anti-creed principles, disadvantages of delegated govern-
145, and anti-infallibility, 747 ; ment, 621; the church nuisance,
623; spy system, 626; what justice proposed redistribution, 236; its
for Ireland means, 629; effects of results, 240; objections to, 242;
repeal, 631 ; endowment of the reform inevitable, 244.
Mainzer, Dr., Music and Education,
Italy, its political prospects, 517; 254.
Sicilian revolution, 520; necessity Margaret Percival, 294, 296; ap-
of secret societies, 521; Catholicism proximation of English to the
the great difficulty, 522 ; Austrian Romish Church, 298.
influence, 523, and hateful policy, Marryat, F., Borneo and Indian Ar-
525; Anglo-French mediation, 526; chipelago, 51; Maylay proas, 53 ;
effects of Italian emancipation, 532. a rajah at leap-frog, 54; Manilla,
55; Nangasaki, 57; a funeral ball,
James, G. P. R., Beauchamp, 636. 58.
James, J. A., Earnest Ministry, 59, Martineau, H., Eastern Life, Past
62; Church in Earnest, 59, 64; and Present, 87; its merits and
power and use of the press for evil, faults, 88, 102; the real camel, 89;
pyramids, 91, 95; El Uksur, 92;
Jewel, Bishop, Works of, Parker So passage of the cataracts, 93 ; Cairo,
96; social state of Egypt, 98;
Johnson, Dr., Wisdom of the Rambler, author's denial of the miraculous
Adventurer, and Idler, 250.
in the Exodus, 99, and the legisla-
Jones, Peter, An Autobiography, 642. tion of Moses, 100, and of the
Juvenile Scrap Book, The, 769.
divinity of Christ, 101 ; her pan-
Keats, J., Life and Poems, 533. See Maunder, S., Treasury of Natural
R. M. Milnes.
Kindersley, E. C., History of the Che Mc Cheyne, R.M., Additional Re-
valier Bayard, 213; his ambush mains of, 253.
for the Pope, 215; generosity at McCrie's Church History, 639.
Brescia, 215; knights Francis I., McFarlan, D., Rerivals of Eighteenth
217; last prayer, 218.
Kitto, John, Journal of Sacred Lite Middleton, C. S., Hours of Recrea-
Mill, J. S., Principles of Political
Lads of the Factory, The, 641.
Economy, 360, 361 ; his new ar-
Laneton Parsonage, 294.
rangement of the subject, 362; no
Lepsius, R., Todtenbuch der Ægyptus, strictly international trade, 365 ;
69; roll of funeral observances, 70; dependence of beneficial occupa-
its general character, 71; essential tion of land on density of popula-
tion, 367 ; remedies for Irish land-
Lindo, E. H., History of the Jews in tenure, 368; the social, the grand
Spain and Portugal, 681; enact problem of the age, 372, arbitrary
ments of Council of Toledo, 683; limitation of political economy,374.
leniency of the Saracens, 684 ; Millennium in its Three Hundredth
hatred of the Christians, 685 ; in Century, 251.
quisition established, 686; their Milnes, R. M., Life of Keats, 533 ;
banishment, 687; and sufferings, his boyhood, 535; apprenticeship,
536 ; first poems, 537; introduc-
Literary Intelligence, 127, 255, 378, tion to Leigh Hunt, 538; and to
515, 643, 771.
literary society, 539; Endymion
published, 541; effect of the cri-
MacGregor, J., Germany, 102.
tiques of it, 545; first symptoms of
Mackay, A., Electoral Districts, 102, consumption, 547 ; despondency,
229; comparative statistics of agri 549; death, 550.
culture and commerce, 234; county Mirabeau, A Life History, 257; his
and borough representation, 236; father's character, 261 ; and death,
on what both should be based, 237; 1 275; his own military service, 263;
imprisonment in Isle of Rhe, 264 ; Patterson, A. S., Comment on 1st
marriage, 265; Essay on Despo- Thessalonians, 641.
tism, ib. ; confined in Castle of If, People's League, The, 102; its object,
266 ; intrigue with Sophie de Mon 103; our present rulers not just,
nier, 267; the trial at Aix, 270 ; wise, or able, 105 ; oligarchical im-
residence in England, 271; English munities, 107; objections to man-
beauty, 273; in the States-General, hood suffrage answered, 112; evil
274; President of the Assembly, effects of property qualification,
275 ; passion for flowers, 276 ; 114; the Chartist panic got up by
government'spies and a venal press,
Modern History, Some Passages from, 117: The Reform Act a failure,
119; the Legislature distrusted,
Modern Orator, 513.
121; aristocratic nomineeship in
Morier, D. R., What has Religion to small boroughs, 122.
do with Politics? 700, 715; reve- | Popery Delineated, 254.
lation does not teach the best poli- | Prentice, A., Tour in the United
tical system, 701 ; or define pro States, 766.
perty, 702, right to the soil, 704 ;
proportion of population to terri- | Rawson, R. W., Statistics of Crime,
tory, 705 ; governments powerless 645.
for civilization, 708 ; Ireland a case Recognition Discourses of Rev. G.
in point, 712.
Morren, Nath., Sermons, 382.
Rest in the Church, 294 ; dogma of
Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History, 764. | blind obedience, 301; vicarious
Motherwell, W., Poetical Works of, prayer, 302; Friday supersanctity,
289; Jeanie Morrison,' 292.
303; consecrated ground, 305;
Rest in Rome, 306.
National Cyclopædia, 515.
Robinson, H. G., Odes of Horace
Neison, F. G. P., Statistics of Crime, translated, 255.
645, 664; ratio of its increase, 648; Rowton, F., Capital Punishment,
compared with population, 650 ; 129; expediency the sole rule of
relative proportion in Counties,
human punishment, 130; economy
652; influenced by density of po an essential ingredient, 131; death
pulation, 653, Irish Immigration, punishment inefficacious, 132; re-
655, supply of food, 665; offences sults of a mitigation of penalties,
classified, 657 ; ages of criminals, 142.
664; retardation of crime, 668.
Nelson's Puritan Divines, 126. Sacred Geology, 379.
Newman, W. A., Gospel of Christ, Schomburgk, Sir R. H., History of
Nibelungenlied, Das, 26; Simrock's Scobell, E., Christ's Intercessory
version, 48; mythic origin of Ger Prayer, 770.
man traditions, 27; kindred legends, Scottish Clergy, Our, 690 ; Wardlaw,
30; purpose of this, 32; Siegfried 691 ; Candlish, 692; John Brown,
at Worms, 35; marriage with 693 ; Russell, 695; Guthrie, 697;
Chriemhild, 37; Gunther's Expe familiar preaching, ib. ; true intent
dition to Isenstein, 39; conquest of preaching, 698; not above cri-
and marriage of Brunhild, 41; ticism, 699.
quarrel of the queens, 43; Sieg Sermons for Sunday Evenings, 770.
fried's death, 44; Chriemhild's Session of 1848, The, 491; its con-
vengeance, 46; and death, 47; the temptible ending, 509 ; Bank Act,
weird of the Nibelung treasure, 46. 495 ; retrenchment, 497; Whig
Norden, John, Progress of Piety, finance, 498; repudiation of further
Parker Society, 255.
reform, 501; condition of Ireland,
503 ; Tenure of Land Commission,
Parker, Theodore, Discourse of Mat 505.
ters Pertaining to Religion, 252. Sheppard, J., On Dreams, 639.