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and Romans, in all its relations, - political, religious, literary, domestic, more easily and better understood by our generation. No doubt this school would have come into existence even if its founder had never lived.
Ottfried Müller would have established it if Boeckh had not. But we none the less owe thanks for the profound scholarship, the clear judgment, the liberal thought, and the long life devoted to the investigation of truth, of August Boeckh.
W. F. A.
NEW PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.
Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket-Book. Containing Weights and Measures, Rules of Arithmetic, Weights of Materials, Latitude and Longitude, Cables and Anchors, Specific Gravities, Squares, Cubes, Roots, &c.; Mensuration of Surfaces and Solids, Trigonometry, Mechanics, Friction, Aerostatics, Hydraulics and Hydrodynamics, Dynamics, Gravitation, Animal Strength, Steam and the Steam-Engine, &c., &c. By Charles H. Haswell, Civil and Marine Engineer. Pocket-book form. pp. 663.
Called to Account. A Novel. By Miss Annie Thomas. 8vo, pp. 152.
The Early Years of His Royal Highness the Prince-Consort. Compiled under the direction of Her Majesty the Queen, by Lieutenant-General the Hon. C. Grey. 12mo, pp. 371. New York: Harper & Brothers.
Caste. A Novel. By the author of "Mr. Arle.” 8vo, pp. 136.
Manual of Physical Exercises. Comprising Gymnastics, Rowing, Skating, Fencing, Cricket, Calisthenics, Sailing, Swimming, Sparring, Base Ball, together with Rules for Training, and Sanitary Suggestions. By William Wood, Instructor in Physical Education. With 125 illustrations. 12mo, pp. 316. New York: Harper & Brothers.
Teetotalism, as a Rule of Duty, unknown to the Bible, and condemned by Christian Ethics. By D. R. Thomason. With a Commendatory Letter by Howard Crosby, D.D. pp. 136. New York: Richardson & Company.
Reply to Dr. Marsh on Teetotalism. By D. R. Thomason. Including a letter from Howard Crosby, D.D. pp. 30. New York: Richardson & Company:
History of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America. By Abel Stevens. Vols. iii., iv. pp. 510, 522.
Popular Amusements : an Appeal to Methodists in Regard to the Evils of Card-playing, Billiards, Dancing, Theatre-going, &c. By Hiram Mattison. pp. 96. New York: Carlton & Porter.
A Brief Account of his Ministry, given in a Discourse preached in the Church of the Messiah in Syracuse, N.Y., Sept. 15, 1867. By Samuel J. May. pp. 52. Syracuse : Masters & Lee.
St. Ignatius and the Society of Jesus: their Influence on Civilization and Christianity. A Sermon. By Rev. G. F. Haskins. pp. 30. Boston: Bernard Corr.
CHRISTIAN EXAMINER. ,
NEW SERIES, VOL. IV.
JULY TO NOVEMBER, 1867.
Basis and Superstructure (Address
by Rev. 0. Dewey, D.D.), 137–
- decay of controversy, 149
Bunsen’s Egypt, 305-335 - Study
of Egyptian antiquities, 306
— Sothiac pe-
general results, 326 early
- epochs, 332.
- charges, 222 — what is implied,
- character of its radicalism, 227
- Christian theism, 229 - pro-
new school in Cambridge, 232 —
as part of a university course, 243
- plans discussed, 244.
attachment of its members, 1-4 -
Cities of the Past, 272 — Broken
son and character, 285.
lite, 8 colonial bishopric, 9.
of study, 47-post-graduate course,
preparatory course, 60.
and Court, 258.
187-208 — his life, 191 -- literary
as a statesman, 215.
Elliott's Holy Land, 250.
Noves's Translation of the Hebrew
Alumni of the Cambridge Divinity De Wette, 18— with Common Ver-
sion, 19 — Book of Daniel, 22
tion, 25 — Messianic prophecy, 26
prophetic vision, 29 — argument
for Christianity, 93
99 — his prophetic consciousness, clesiastes, 177 – Psalms, 178
Revolutionary Period, Springer's
monarchy, 158 — taxation and dis-
industrial revolution, 168 — revo-
lution of 1830, 170 — socialism,
of Shedd's Homiletics, 100-106 Pastoral Theology, 99-106.
Stobbe, Jews of Middle Age, 252.
Sunday Question and its Witnesses,
Taylor on the Great Pyramid, 383.
129 — its early history, 116
— after the fall of the empire, Connecticut School, 122 - secta-
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