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THE

CHRISTIAN

REMEMBRANCE R.

А

Quarterly Review.

VOL. XLVII.

JANUARY__APRIL.

LONDON:
JOHN AND CHARLES MOZLEY,

6, PATERNOSTER ROW ;
NEW YORK : WILLMER & ROGERS.

1864.

ART.

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1.-1. Eugénie de Guérin. Journal et lettres publiés avec

l'assentissement de sa famille. Par G. S. Trebutien, Conser-

vateur adjoint de la Bibliothèque de Caen.

2. Maurice de Guérin. Journal, lettres et poèmes. Publiés

par G. S. Trebutien

II.— The Song of Songs. A revised Translation, with Introduction

and Commentary. By Joseph Francis Thrupp, M.A. Vicar

of Barrington; late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge;

Author of 'An Introduction to the Study and Use of the

Psalms,' &c.

III. — The American Church and the American Union. By Henry

Caswall, M.A.

IV.–1. State Papers, published under the Authority of His Majesty's

Commission. Volume I. King Henry the Eighth. Parts I.

and II. 1830. Volumes II. and III. Part III. 1836. Volumes

IV. and V. Part IV. 1842. Volumes VI.-XI. Part V.

1849–1852.-2. Calendar of State Papers. Domestic Series

of the Reigns of Edward VI. Mary, Elizabeth. 1547-1580.

Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's

Public Record Office. Edited by Robert Lemon, Esq. F.S.A.

under the direction of the Master of the Rolls, and with the

sanction of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home

Department.—3. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic,

of the Reign of Henry VIII. preserved in the Public Record

Office, the British Museum, and elsewhere in England. Ar-

ranged and catalogued by J. S. Brewer, M.A. under the

direction of the Master of the Rolls, and with the sanction of

Her Majesty's Secretary of State. Vol. 1.–4. Calendar of the

State Papers relating to Scotland. Preserved in the State

Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office.

Vol. I. The Scottish Series of the Reigns of Henry VII.

Edward VI. Mary, Elizabeth. 1509–1589. By Markham

John Thorpe, Esq. of S. Edmund Hall, Oxford, under the

direction of the Master of the Rolls, and with the sanction of

Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department.

-5. Calendar of the State Papers relating to Ireland, of the

Reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI. Mary, and Elizabeth.

1509–1573. Preserved in the State Paper Department of

Her Majesty's Public Record Office. Edited by Hans Claude

Hamilton, Esq. F.S.A. Assistant-Keeper of Her Majesty's

Public Records, under the direction of the Master of the Rolls,

and with the sanction of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for

the Home Department.-6. Calendar of Letters, Despatches,

and State Papers

, relating to the Negotiations between

England and Spain. Preserved in the Archives at Simancas

and elsewhere. Vol. I. Henry VII. 1485–1509. Edited by
G. A. Bergenroth. Published by the authority of the Lords

Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction

of the Master of the Rolls

V.—The Clergy List, &c. &c.

112

VI.-1. The Constitutional History of England since the Accession

of George III. 1760—1860. By Thomas Erskine May.

2. A History of England during the Reign of George III.

By William Massey, M.P.

3. History of England during the Reign of George III. By

John George Phillimore

121

VII.-1. Addresses delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Exeter,

at his 11th Visitation, A.D. 1863, by Henry, Lord Bishop of

Exeter. To which is added a Sermon preached by him in the

Cathedral Church of Exeter, on Whitsunday, 1863. Compiled

and published by permission, by Rev. Ch. Ch. Bartholomew,

Vicar of Cornwood, and Rev. Reginald Barnes, Vicar of Mary

Church, and Chaplain to the Bishop of Exeter.

2. The Prayer-Book Unveiled in the Light of Christ; or,

Unity without Liturgical Revision. Letters for Noncon-

formists, expository of the Church's Teaching, &c. addressed

to the Rev. T. Binney. By the Rev. R. Aitken, Incumbent

of Pendeen, Cornwall, and Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of

Seafield.

3. Clerical Papers, by one of our Club

142

VIII.-Our Old Home. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. Two Vols...... 165

IX.-1. Ernest Renan. Vie de Jésus.-2. Eighteen Sermons of

S. Leo the Great, on the Incarnation ; Translated, with Notes

and with the Tome of S. Leo in the Original. By William

Bright, M.A. Fellow and Assistant Tutor of University Col-

lege, Oxford.—3. The Light of the World. By the Rev.

Adolph Saphir.–4. Sancti Athanasii Archiepiscopi Alexan-

drini Opera Dogmatica Selecta. Ex Recens. Bern. de Mont-

faucon.—Præfatus est Joannes Carolus Thilo, Phil. et Theol.

in Acad. Halensi Professor.-5. Paper ascribed to Napoleon

Buonaparte, and said to have been dictated by him at St. Helena.

English Translation in the Gospel Messenger.'-6. La Per-

sonne de Jésus Christ. Par Augustus Nicolas.—7. Observa-

tions on the attempted application of Pantheistic Principles to

the Theory and Historic Criticism of the Gospel. By W. H.

Mill, D.D.-8. Paper on the Gospels. By Prince Albert de

Broglie. English Translation in the 'Panoply.-9. Examen

Critique de la Vie de Jésus de M. Renan. Par M. L'Abbé

Freppel, Professeur d'Eloquence sacrée à la Sorbonne.-10.

Observations sur la Vie de Jésus de M. Ernest Renan. Par

Raoul Lecoeur.-11. M. Renan et son Ecole. Reflexions sur

la Vie de Jésus. Par Volusien Pages.-12. L'Evangile selon

Renan. Par Henri Lasserre

189

Note to Christian Remembrancer, vol. xlvi. p. 395

249

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