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JAMES BURNS, 17 PORTMAN STREET, PORTMAN SQUARE;

W. EDWARDS, 12 AVE-MARIA LANE.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. VII.

ADDRESS at the Anniversary of a Provident Society (by the rev.

J. Mellor Browne, M.A.), clxxviii. 91.

Adoration of Images (dr. Rudge), cxciv. 332.

American Religious Denominations, clxxx. 124.

An old Disciple, clxxix. 111.

Arabia, Robbers of, clxxvii. 75.

Attendance on the Services of Religion (rev. F. D. Maurice),

cxcii. 300.

Drunkenness (R. Whytehead, esq.), clxxvii. 85.

CABINET :-Short Thcological Extracts from the following Au-

thors:
Adam, rev. T., cxciii. 318; cxcv. 350; cxcvi. 360. Aitchison,

rev. D., clxxxiv. 190. Anderson, rev. Robert, clxxix. 118;

clxxxii. 157.
Bateman, rev. J., cxcviii. 390; cc. 422. Barrow, dr. Isaac,

clxxviii. 112. Beachcroft, rev. R. P., clxxxvi. 214. Berens,
archd., cxc. 278. Beveridge, bp., clxxxv. 205; clxxxviii. 246 ;
cxcv. 350. Bickersteth, rev. E., clxxxiv. 190. Bissland,
rev. T., clxxii. 14. Blunt, rev. H., clxxiv. 48; clxxvi. 71;
clxxvii. 86; clxxxix. 262 ; cxciii. 318. Boyle, hon. Robert,
clxxii. 14. Bramhall, abp. clxxxi. 143. Bull, bp. clxxxix.
262; cxcii. 302; cxcviii. 391. Burton, dr., clxxix. 118;

claxxv. 205. Butterfield, rev. H., clxxx. 134; clxxxii. 157.
Cave, rev. R., cxcii. 302. Cecil, rev. R., cxc. 278; cxcii. 302.

Cornwallis, Mrs., cxcvii. 374; cc. 122. Cyprian, St., clxxxviii.

246.
Dale, rev. Thomas, clxxxv. 205.
Evans, rev. R. W., cxcv. 350.
Fenelon, abp., clxxiii. 31.
Griswold, bp., clxxxviii. 246.
Hale, Sir Matthew, cxcix. 406. Hall, bp., clxxii. 14; clxxxix.

262 ; cxci. 287 ; cxciv. 334. Hare, rev. A. W., clxxviii. 102;
clxxxviii. 246; cxciii. 318. Heber, bp., cxciii. 318. Hiffer-
nan, rev. J. M., clxxv. 62; clxxxii. 157. Hobson, rev. S.,
clxxv. 62. Horne, bp., clxxxviii. 246; cxcviii. 391. Horsley,
bp., clxxxiji. 174; clxxxix. 262. Howels, rev. W., exc. 278.

Hutton, rev. T. R., clxxxv. 205.
James, bp., cxc. 278. Jeremie, rev. J. A., clxxiv. 46.
Kirwan, dean, cxci. 287. Knight, rev. J., clxxxv. 205.
Lear, archd. cxc. 278. Le Bas, rev. C. W., clxxix. 118; clxxxii.

157; clxxxvii. 230. Leighton, abp., clxxii. 14; clxxvii. 86 ;

cốc. 278. Lucas, cxcii. 302 ; cxcv. 350.
Marsh, bp., clxxvi. 71; cxcii. 302. Marsh, rev. W., cxc. 278.

Martyn, rev. H., cxc. 278. Melvill, rev. H., clxxxiv. 190.
Melvill, Philip, esq., clxxxix. 262. Molesworth, rev. J. E. N.,

clxxxvi. 214.
Palgrave, Sir F., cxcix. 407. Pascal, cxcvii. 375. Pearson,

rev. J. N., clxxvii. 86.

Raikes, rev. Henry, clxxxii. 157. Rawlinsen, rev. H., clxxii.

14.

Sancroft, abp., clxxxvii. 230. Sandys, abp., cxcix. 407. Sharp,

abp., cxc. 278. Simeon, rov. C., clxxiii. 31. South, dr.,

clxxv. 62; clxxxviii. 246. Spoor, Mrs., cxciv. 331. Stan-

hope, dean, clxxii. 14.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE (see end of Volume).

Emigration (Rev. H. Smith), clxxvii. 78.

ESSAYS:

The New Creation (by the rev. C. Rawlings, A.B.), clxxii. 1;

concluded, clxxiii. 17.

Missionary Exertions (by the rev. R. G. Blenkinsopp, M.A.),

clxxiv. 33; concluded, clxxv. 49.

Spiritual Influences (by the rev. Edward Young), clxxvi. 65.

On the Omission of the Duty of Prayer in the Mosaic Law (by

the rev. Edward Hawkins, M.A., Provost of Oriel College,

Oxford), clxxvii. 78; concluded, clxxviii. 89.

The Saviour's Abode with his People (by the rev. Pelham Mait

land, B.A.), clxxix. 105; concluded, clxxx. 121.

Family Worship (by the rev. J. Rawlings), clxxxi. 137.

On the Atonement (by the rev. J. Spence), clxxxii. 145; con-

cluded, clxxxiii. 161.

Responsibility, clxxxiv. 177.

Worldly Carefulness incompatible with Christian Godliness

(by the rev. W. Buswell), clxxxv. 193; concluded, clxxxvi.

209.

The Knowledge of the Glory of God (by the rev. J. Fawcett),

clxxxvii. 217; concluded, clxxxviii. 233.

The Believer's Peace, clxxxix. 249; concluded, cxc. 265.

The Christian's Law of honouring all Men (by the rev. T. Eng-

land, M.A.), cxci. 281.

Divine Revelation (by the rev. T. P. Wright, M.A., Hackney),

cxcii. 290.

Origin, Nature, and Object of Divine Worship (by Rev. W. G.

Moore, M.A.), cxciii. 305 ; concluded, cxciv. 321.

The Benefits of Church Psalmody, with Hints for its Improve-

ment (by Rev. John Eden, M.A.), cxcv. 337; concluded,

cxevi. 353.

The Duty of Watchfulness (by the Rev. C. Rawlings), cxcvii.

361.

The Siudy of Prophecy, cxcviii. 577; concluded, crcix. 393.

The Value of Present Mercies, cc. 409; concluded, cci. 423,

Idolatry (dr. Hawley), clxxx. 132.

Jansenism, No. 1., clxxx. 127; No. II., clxxxiv. 164; No. III.,

clxxxvii. 229; No, IV. clxxxix. 259.

Jehovah of the Jews and the Lord Jesus Christ compared (rer.

H. Woodward), cc. 420.
Jesuitism, No. VIII. (conclusion), alxxiil. 38.
Immanuel, or God with us (Mylne), cxcviii. 378.
Invocation of Saints (dr. Rudge), cxcix. 405.

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS (continued):

Janeiro (Robertson's Letters), clxxxviii, 248.

Sacrifice, Origin of(Corfe), clxxix. 120; St. Etheldreda's Chapel

(Ecclesiastical Gazette), cxc. 280 ; St. Spiridione, clxxviil.

104; Sandals (Burder), clxxiv. 48; Servant in Sickness

(rev. W. B. M'Kenzie), cxcviii. 390; Silence (St. Ambrose),

cxcix. 408; Sleeping-rooms (Curtis), clxxix. 120 ; Society,

clxxix. 120; Sanderson (bp.), cxci. 288; Solitude (Cole-

ridge), clxxxv. 208 ; South America (Robertson's Let-

ters), cxciv. 336; Spanish Slavery (T. F. Buxton, esq.),

clxxxiv. 192; Spears (W. Rae Wilson, esq.). clxxvi. 72;

Sunday Scholar, the, cc. 424; Sunday Dress and Appearance
(bp. Davy's), clxxxii. 160; Supposed Scepticism of Medical
Men (chancellor Law), clxxxi. 144; Swallows (W. Rae Wil-

son, esq.), cxciil. 320; Sydney, Socioty in, clxxii. 16.

Temperance (rev. J. M. Hiffernan), elxxxiii. 176: Time and

Property (bp. J.B. Sumner), clxxiv. 48; Transubstantiation

(rev. C. S. Bird), clxxxil. 160.

Ventilation (Curtis), clxxxvii. 232; Vernacular Dialects (prof.

Scholefield), cxciii. 320; Village Churches (W. Howitt), co. !

424.
Wallachia (dr. Burton), clxii. 136; William Collins (rev. W.

L. Bowles), ce. 424; Wonders of Creation (Shaw), cel. 430.
Mythology, the Sclavonic (by the rev. H. Christmas, P.S.A.),

No. I., clxxxv. 194. No. II., clxxxvii. 222. No. III., clxxxtx.
260.

Khurta Bhsja (bp. of Calcutta), clxxxiv. 189.

Lessons, on the roading of the (Wogan), exciil. 310.
Love of God, on the (Rev. H. Woodward), cxcvii. 973.

Narrative of the Loss of the Eldon (dr. R. II. Kennedy), clxxix.

107.
National Education (by the rev. N. Smart), No. I., clxxili. 19.

Ordination of a Missionary (bp. Stewart, of Quebec), clxxiv. 34.
Old Hall (by the Author of "The Student," &c.), clxxiii. 18.
Old Verger, cxc. 273.

Mahomedan Slavery (T. P. Buxton, esq.), elxxvi. 70.

Man of God (rev. H. Ralkes), clxxxiii. 173.

Marriage (bp. Taylor), cc. 414.
Massacre on St. Bartholomew's Day at Paris, 1572, clxxx. 123 ;

clxxxi. 138.
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS:
Advantages of England (Elliot's Travels), clxxxv, 208; Air

(Curtis), clxxvii. 88; Antiquity of Sabbath (rev. G. Holden),
cxcvi. 360; Asiarchs, the (Scripture Gazetteer), cxcii. 304 ;
Atinosphere, the (Whewell), cxciii. 320; Australia (Sydney

Gazette), cxc. 280.

Bellarmine (rev. B. E. Nicholls), clxxxiv. 192.

Cathedral Music (Hogarth), cxcviii. 392; Church of Christ

(prof. Scholefield), cxci. 288; Church of the Lateran (W. Rae
Wilson, esq.), clxxx. 136; Churohes or Gaols (W. Collins),
cxcix. 408; Circumstantiality of the Bible (rev. W. J. Kidd),
clxxxiv. 192; Cobbett's Testimony to the Church, cxcix.
408; Confirmation (rev. J. Downall), clxxvii. 88; Conver.
sation of English Women (Mrs. Ellis), clxxvii. 88, Crime in
Scotland (Blackwood), clxxiii. 32; Cutchees, the (Mrs. Pos-

tans), cxc. 280.
Demoniacal Agency (rev. C. W. Le Bas), cxciv. 336 ; Domestic

Duties (sir T. More), clxxiii. 32; Dress (rev. R. Cecil),

clxxix. 120.

Egyptian Columns (W. Rae Wilson, esq.), clxxxix. 264 ;

Egyptian Schools (Lane), clxxxvi. 216; Evils of Separation

(rev. J. Baylee), clxxxiii. 176.

Flies of Egypt, elxxxvii. 232; Food of Infants (Curtis), clxxiii.

32.
Gambling (rev. H. G. Watkins), clxxviii. 104; Governors and

their Graves at Sierra Leone (capt. Alexander), cxcil. 304;
Grace before Meals, cxcv. 352; Gratitude and Ingratitude
(dr. South), clxxiii. 32.
Hearers and Doers (bp. Hall), clxxxix. 264; Holy Land ( W. Rae

Wilson, esq.), clxxxvi. 210; llomilics, the (Thornthwaite),

clxxix. 120.
Japan (Christian Observer), clxxxvii. 232; Idleness (bp. Tay-

lor), cxcvii. 376; Jericho, Ruins of (Elliott's Travels), cxcviii.
892; Jews in Palestine, clxxx. 136; Jews, the (rev. G. Faus-
sett), cxcix. 108; Influence of Mental Emotion on Health
(Curtis), clxxxvi. 216; Intoxication (Whytchead), clxxviii.

104.
Lord's Day, How to keep (Puller), cxcvii. 376.
Medical Profession (chancellor Law), clxxxviii. 248; Mis-

sionary Discouragement, cxcvii. 376 ; Moslem Egyptiang
(C. Lane, esq.), clxxxviii. 248; Music (Hants Advertiser),

cxciii. 320.
National Church (Jortin), clxxxvi. 216; National Education

(rev. J. Ayre), clxxvi. 72; Natural Theology (Pinnock),

clxxv. 64.

Opium (rev. A. S. Tholwall), clxxv. 64.

Palenque (British Gazette), clxxxix. 264; Parsocs (Missionary

Register), cxcv. 352; Pascal (P. Melvill, esq.), cxci. 288;

Popery (rov. J. N. Pearson), clxxx, 186; Promises (Claren-

don), clxxv. 64; Puritanism (Southey), elxxxv. 208.

Quietness (Hooker), cci. 480.
Religious Destitution of Troops abroad, clxxii. 16; Rio de

Parables (M. J. M‘Kenzie), clxxxv. 199.
Patrick, Bishop, Controversy with the Romanists 1688, clxxxiv.

182.
Philip the Evangelist and the Lord High-Treasurer of Ethiopia

(by the rev. Henry G. Watkins, M.A.)clxxxv. 196, and

clxxxvii. 219.

POETRY:

•Affliction (Chas. Bayly), clxxviii. 103.

Be Strong in the Lord (Miss Emra), ce. 423.

• Bondage of Israel (Mrs. Abdy), clxxvi. 71.

Catechism, the (bp. Mant), cc. 424.

*Charity (rev. E. B. Were), clxxxvi. 215.

Christian King, the (bp. Ken), cxcl. 287.

Christian Warrior, the (bp. Ken), cxciv. 333.

Christmas, cxcix. 407.

•Communion with God in Solitude, exciv. 835.

Acad Sea (Croly), clxxiii. 31.

•Dedication of the Temple (rev. E. B. Were), elxxiv. 47.

Devotedness (bp. Ken), clxxxvii. 281.

Distant Church-bells (Cathedral), cxeviii. 391.

•Elijah in the Desert, clxxxvii. 231.

God's Goodness in the Seasons (rev. R. A. Scott), clxxxl1, 159.

•God's Providence (Charles Bayly), cxcii. 303.

Heavenly Rest, clxxxviii. 247,

House of God (rov. G. Bryan), clxxxi. 144.

Hymn (rov. N. Bull), elxxxv. 207. 1..

•Hymn for Harvest (Pilgrim), clxxxviii. 247.

Invalid's Sabbath Song (Mrs. Bushby), exci. 287.

•Jerusalem (Charles Bayly), olxxv. 69.

•John the Baptist, elxxxviii. 247.

Judgment (Herbert), cxcii. 308.

Labourers' Hymn (Wordsworth), clxxxv, 307,

•Lays of Palestine (T. G. Nicholas), No. II., clxxili, 31.

Do.

do.

III., clxxxix. 263.

Do.

do.

IV., excii. 303.

Do.

do.

V., cc. 423.

•Lines to a Dying Friend (rev. W. L. Nicholls), elxxxii. 159.

Lines on a Spring of Water (bp. Hoadley), cxcvii. 376,

•Lines (Charles Bayly), cxcviii. 891.

•Lord's Supper (Miss Emra), cxc. 279.

.Mary at the Sepulchre (M. A. S. Barber). clxxxiv, 191,

• Mercy (M. A. Beale), clxxiv. 47.

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SERMONS (continued):

Hanson, rev. E., B.A. (Thorney, Notts), God's Inspection of

the Righteous and the Wicked, clxxx. 128.

HARRISON, rev. W. (St. Oswald's, Chester), The Parable of

the Sower, clxxxi, 139.

HARTE, rev. W. M. (Barbadoes), The Resemblance between

the Church of England and the Primitive Church, cxcviii.

384.

HEBERT, rev. C., M.A. (St. James, Clapham), The abiding City

of God's People, clxxxv. 200.

Hill, rev. Jolin, M.A. (St. Edmund Hall, Oxford), Christ's

Invitation, clxxii. 9.

Horne, rev. T. H., B.D. (St. Edmund the Martyr, London),

The Redemption of Time, clxxxviii. 241.

JENNINGS, rev. T. F., M.A. (Bristol), The Study of Holy Scrip-

ture, cxcvii. 368.

King, rev. John, M. A. (Christ Church, Iul), The Confessors

and Deniers of Christ, clxxiii. 24.

LILLEY, rev. E., M.A. (Peckham), Piety, not Years, the Man-

hood in Christ, cc. 416.

M'Caul, rev. Alex., D.D. (London), Charity towards, those

who differ from us, clxxxiii. 168.

MORICE, rev. R., M.A. (Cheshunt), God is Love, cxciii. 313.

Muston, rev. C. R., BL.A. (St. John's, Chelmsford), Domestic

Religion, cxcv. 344.

RICHARDS, rev. J. Luscombe (rector of Exeter Coll., Oxford),

Social and Public Worship, clxxviii. 96.
SANDYS, rev. John, M.A. (St. Paul's, Islington), clxxix. 112.
SHERWOOD, rev. W., B.A. (Holybourn, Hants), The Flesh and

the Spirit, clxxxix. 250.
SPENCE, rev. G., LL.B. (St. Clement's, Cambridge), The De-

vices of Satan, exciv. 238.

STAINFORTUI, rev. F. J., M.A. (Camberwell), cxcix. 400.

WERE, rev. E. B., M.A. (Chipping Norton), The Choice of

Moses, clxxxiv. 184.

Shipwright's Widow (by the Author of "The Student," &c.),

clxxix. 110.

Sketches from a Traveller's Portfolio:-

No. XI. The Exile, cxcv. 339.

XII. The Brand Strasse, cxcix. 396.

Sketches from Memory (by a Naval Oflicer):

No. II. The Pirate, clxxxviii. 237.

Soul, the, the great Object of Ministerial Watchfulness (archd.

Iloare), clxxii. 2.

Sunday Reflections (by Mrs. RILEY), No. XIII., clxxiii. 29.

No. XIV., clxxvi. 69. No. XV., clxxxvi. 213.

Sabbath, the, its Origin and Perpctuity Vindicated (by rov. T.

Pyne, M.A.), clxxxiii. 165, and clxxxiv. 179.

SACRED PHILOSOPHY:- Natural Theology of the Vegetable

Kingdom (by R. Dickson, esq;, M.D.), No. IX., clxxv.51.

No. X., cxcii. 291.

Sacred Poetry (by James Chambers, esq.), No. I., clxxii. 5.

No. II., clxxxix. 253. No. III., cxciii. 307. No. IV., cxcvü.

364.

Scapegoat, the (H. Bourpe, esqu), elxxvii. 83.
SERMOxs by the following Divines :-
BADCOCK, rer. John, L.L.B. (Westbury, Wilts) Gain of the

World, and Loss of the Soul, clxxxii. 152.1, po

BISSLAND, rev. T., M.A. (Hartley, Hants), The Coming of

Christ, cxcvi. 356.

Brows, rev. Joseph, M.A. (Norwood, Surrey), The Love of

God, exc. 272.
BRYAX, rev. G. (Huttost, Lincolnshire), The Care of the Soul,

clxxvii. 80.
COTTON, rev. R. L., D.D. (Provost of Woro. Coll., Oxford), The

Living Water, clxxxvii, 225.
Edes, rev. R., M.A. (St. Mary's, Lambeth), Nobility of the

Bereans, clxxiv. 40.
EDWARDS, rev. E. (Wrexham), Support in the Day of Trial,

cxcii. 297.

GOLDING, rev. J. E. (Walton, Peterborough), Practical Inten.

tion of the Gospel, clxxv. 57.

Tale of IIumble Life, cxc. 275.

Theatre, thc (rev. E. Hoare), cxci. 285.

Thoughts iu Solitude (by Joseph learn), No. I., cxc. 277. No. II.,

cxcviii. 380.

Thoughts on Historical Passages of the Old and New Testament:
No. XI. David pardoned but punished (by rev. F. W. FOWLE),

clxxii. 3.
XII. The Miraculous Draught of Fishes (by the rev. W.

MAYHEW), clxxxiv. 188.

XIII. The Character and Conversion of Lydia (by the rev.

Joux EMRA, M.A.), cci. 427.

Tinnevelly, cxcviii. 381, and cxcix. 398.
Trial of the Seven Bishops in 1688, cxciv. 325.
Turkish Martyr, cxc. 269.

Walking over the Parish Boundaries (Sunday Reador), cxcili. 317.
Whitty, Archdeacon (rev. M. O'Sullivan), clxxxi. 142.
Witch of Endor, clxxii. 7.
Worship of the Serpent (by the rev. H. CHRISTMAS), No. IV.,

clxxxii. 150.

Zeal for God's Glory (rev. T. Griffith), clxxxviii. 234.

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