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Gardner's Diatesseron, noticed, 573. Gospel in the Book of Joshua, noticed, 302.
Gardner's Enslish Harmony, noticed, 572. Greek, the Pronunciation of, article by
Gardner's Greek Harmony, noticed, 571, Prof. N. P. Seymour, 215.
Geoffrey the Lollard, noticed, 203.

Greeley's Essays on Political Economy,
Germs and Germination of English Con. noticed, 303.

gregationalisid, article by A. B. Ely, Guttenberg and the Art of Printing, no-

ticed, 578.

Hadrn's Universal Index of Biography, Holmes' Light at Evening Tide, noticed, 200.
noiic«d, 575.

Hopedale Tavern and Ray's Search, W.
Hall's Notes on the Gospels, noticed, 496. Hooker, Rev. E. W., article by, 519.
Halsey's Memoir of Greene, noticed, 574. Hopkins Law of Love and Love as Law,
llamilton's Moses the Man of God, 204. noticed, 201.
Hamilton, Sir Wm., Memoir of, roticed, 185. Host's First Lessons in Compostion, no-
Hand of the Diligent, noticed, 309.

ticed, 503.
Hanna's Life of Christ, noticed, 579. IIudson's Greck and English Concordance,
Harris, Miss A. B. , article by, 375.

noticed, 71.
Hebraist's Vade Mecum. noticed, 75, 303. Human and Divine Things Confounded ar-
Ilezekiel's Life of Bisinark, noticed, 50). ticle by Pres. G. F. Mazoun, 562.
Ilohenzollerns, The, article by Rev. W. A. Rumes Essays, noticed, 575,
Vichols, :.-9.

Hunt's Bible Notes, noticed, 76.
Hodre's Systematic Theology, noticed, 570. luxley's Lay Sermons, article on, by Prof.
Holbrook, Rev. J. C. article by, 147.

S. C. Bartlett, 270.

Impossible Education, 315.

International Law, The New Departure, ar-

ticle by Pres..G. F. Magoun, 317.

James, Substance and Shadow, noticed, 495. W. IIooker, 517.
Jellifee's Good Selections, noticed, 575. Joanna, noticed, 309.
Jesus Christ, Trial of, article by Rev. E. Jones' Songs for the New Life, noticed, 191.

Kingsley's At Last, noticed, 5.9.

Lamphear, Rev. 0. T., article by, 381. Lightfoot's St. Paul's Epistle to the Gala-
Lange's Commentary on John, noticed, 397. tians, noticed, 190.
Lante's ('onmentary on Jeremiah and Rey- Little Giants, 311.
elation, noticed, 400,

Liturgics, article by Rev. J. L. Dudley, 159.
Land and its Story, The, noticed, 3)1. Lockyear's Elements of Astronomy, no-
Lee&Shepard's Books, noticed, 89.

ticed, 199.
Library of Poetry and Song, noticed, 86. Lord's Supper, Whom Shall we Invite, ar-
Liddell & Scott's abridged Lexicon, no- ticle by Rev. A. II. Ross, 362.
ticed, 571.

Lord's Supper, 585.
Life and Times of Lord Brougham, Vol. Lyman. Dr. II. M., article by, 537.
I, noticed 104; Vol. II, noticed, 578. Lyon, Mary: Her Faith and Works, article

by Miss A. B. Harris, 375.

Vacduff Memories of Patmos, noticed, 199. Ministry Perishing: or not!-506.
Jagoun, Pres. G. F., articles by, 1, 317, 562. Ministers and People, 205.
March's Our Father's House, noticed, 88. Mivart's Genesis of Species, noticed, 406.
Margaret's Old Home, noticed, 309.

Modern Evangelists and Special Efforts to
Mariin on the Atonement, noticed, 498. convert and save Sinners, article by Pres.
Masonic Corner Stones, 412.

S. D. Cochran, 2.53.
McClintock & Strong's Cyclopædia of Bib- Movement Westward, 213.
lical Literature, noticed, 5:3.

Morris's Science and the Bible, noticed,
McCash's Christianity and Positivism, no-
ticed, 399.

Mulford's Nation, roticed, 577.
Meditation the Function of Thought, no- Muller's Chips from a German Workshop,
ticed, 573.

noticed, 306.

National Temperance Almanac, noticed, 90. New Departure in International Law, arti
Nature's Aristocracy, noticed, 85.

cle by Prest G. F. Magoun, 317.
Nebular Hypothesis, article by Dr. II. M. Newlyn llouse and Go Ahead, noticed, 408.
Lyman, 537.

New Puritanism, 312.

Nichols, Rev. W. A., articles by, 172, 389.

Ogden's Silver Song, noticed, 501. | Our Review, 589.

Paine's Questions on Romans, noticed, 200. Placed in a False Position, 555.
Parker's Ad. Clerum, noticed, 302.

Pond, Rev. E., article by, 428.
Pastor's Manual, noticed, 407.

Porphyry, article by Rev. E. Pond, 423.
Patton's Laws of Fermentation noticed,199. Porier - American Colleges, noticed, 71.
Paul, Before his Conversion, 101.

Physiology, New Text Books on, noticed,83.
Peace and Powder, 510.

Pronunc'n of Greek, by N. P. Seymour, 215.
Phases of Skepticism, 505,

Pronunciation of Greck, 411,
Philosophical Faith, 102.

Pulling Oil' a Shoe, 210.

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Questions of Modern Thought, noticed, 407.

Recompense, poetry, by J. B. L. Sonle, 569. Diversified Ministry, 103; Duties of Conn-
Recovery of Jerusalem, noticed, 304.

cils, 208; Errata, 211; Forgotten Ameri-
Regenerate by Baptism, 214,

ican Author, 507: Fire Light, 550; Impos.
Relations of Legislation to Moral Suasion sible Education, 315; Little Giants, 311;

in the Temperance Reform, article by Lord's Supper, 585; Masonic ('orner
Rev. 0. T. Lamphear, 381.

Stones, 412; Ministers and People, 205;
Religion according to ('arlyle, article by Ministry Perishing or Not: 36: More-
Rev. J. E. Dwinell, 413.

ment Westward, 213; New Puritanism,
Reubelt's Scripture Doctrine of the Person 312; Our Review, 59; Paul before his
of Christ noticed, 1998.

Conversion, 101; Peace and Powder, 510;
Robertson, F. W., article by Pres. A. L. Phases of Skepticism, 545: Philosophi-
Chapin. 23.

cal Faith, 102: Placed in a False Position,
Roberison, F. W's., sermons noticed, 302. 585; Pronunciation of Greek, 411; Pul.
Ross, Rev. 1. II., article by, 362.

lins oif a shoe, 210; Regionerate by Bap-
Round Table: 61, 205, 411, 409, 505, 580; tism, 214: Sunday Liws, 311; Science

Amusements, 95; Academies in (on- Right Side l'p, 52; Temperance Ques-
gress, 316; Books for a Theological Stu- tion, 411; Two Notable ('tterances. 91;
dent, 96; Book Notices, 410; Business Unexpected Testimony. 212; University
and Books, 511: Congregation al Litur- Tests, 995; Valuable Initarian Di-covery,
gies, 97; Church and the World, 314; 412; Wanted. Biblical Scholars, Mi; Wo.
Communion invitation, 409; Clergyman man with a Sphere, 110; Woman's Righis
on Science, 586; College Marks, 558; in France, 509.

Sama Veda, The article by Prof. J.Avery,472. Smithsonian Contributions, rol. xvii, 10-
Scanland's Heights and Depths, noticed, ticed, 576.

Smith's, Dr. Wm., Dictionary of the Bible,
Seeley's Roman Imperialism, noticed, 306. noticed. 297.
Seymour, Prof. N. P., article by, 215.

Speaker's Commentary, noticed, 57).
Shairp's Onlture and Religion, noticed, 502. Spiritualism, article by Prof. S.C. Bartlett,
Shedd's Sermons to the Natural man, no-

ticed, 401.

Stroud's Physical cause of the Death of
Smith's English-Latin Dictionary, noticed. Christ, noticed, 197.

Sunday Laws, 511.
Smith's Saloon, noticed, 407.

Systematic Theology, Value of, to the
Science, Right Side Up, 552.

Preacher, article by Prof. G. N. Board-
Smith's Smaller Scripture llis., noticed.403.

Tappan, Arthur, Life of, noticed, 82.

Thompson's Theology of Christ, noticed, 198
Temperance Question, 411.

Trench's English, Past and Present, no-
Temperance Reform, Legislation and Moral ticed, 300.

Suasion, article by Rev. 0. T. Lam- Trial of Jesus Christ, article by Rev. E.W.
phear, 331.

hooker, 519.
Textual Corrections of the New Testament, Tucker, Rev. J.T., article hy. 16.
noticed, 571.

Tutule's Way Lost and Found, noticed, 504.
Theodore, noticed, 501.

Two Notable Utterances, 91.

nau, 513.

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Uunderwood's llandbook of English Litera- ling and Cope, noticed, 85.
ture, neticed, 577.

University Tests, 95.
Unexpected Testimony, 212.

Upham's New Mental Philosophy, article
University Series, Huxley, : Barker, Ster- by Pres. G. F. Magoun, 1.

Valuable Unitarian Discovery, 412.

Viardot's Apology of an Unbeliever, no-
Value of Systematic Theology to the ticed, 81.

Preacher, article by Prof. G. N. Board- Vick's Catalogue and Floral Guide, no-
man, 513.

ticed, 90.
Van Dyke's Lord's Prayer, noticed, 310. Victory of the Vanquished, noticed, 200.

Violet and Daisy, noticed, 309.

Wanted, Biblical Scholars, 206.

White's Words and their Uses, noticed, 75.
Warren's Sunday School Commentary, Gos- Whitaker's Almanac for 1871, noticed, 307.
pels and Acts, noticed, 301.

Whom shall we Invite to the Lord's Sup-
Warren's Plain Problems in Elementary per? articie by Rev. 1. II. Ross, 362.
Geometry, noticed, 501.

Woman with a Sphere, 410.
Weidemann's Beautifying Country IIomes, Woman's Rights in France, 509.
noticed, 87.

Wonders of the Ileavens, noticed, 408.
Westward, noticed, 501.

Wonder Series, noticed, 89, 310.
White's Report on the Geolog. Survey of Wcolsey' Sermons, Religion of the Pres.
Iowa, noticed, 308.

ent and the Future, noticed, 102.

Zell's Popular Encyclopædia, noticed, 197.



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