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TRENCH, (RICHARD CHENEVIX).-
Sermons preached in Westmin-
190 Botta, (ANNE C. Lynch).—Hand-
book of Universal Literature,
PALEARIO, (AONIO).---The Benefit of
WHITTIER, (JOHN GREENLEAF).—
Davis, (WOODBURY). The Beauti-
Home Ballads and Poems, 228
ful City and the King of Glory, 192 CrosWELL, (WILLIAM).—Poems, Sa-
cred and Secular,
TEFFT, (B. F.)—Methodism Suc-
Hymns of the Ages,
Hymns for Mothers and Children, 233
Pictures and Flowers for Child-
FARADAY, (MICHAEL).—Lectures on Lovers,
the Physical Forces,
Translation of the Sürya-Sidd-
Dwight, (B.W.)--Modern Philology, 234
HIADLEY, (JAMES).—Greek Gram-
Burton, (RICHARD F.)—The Lake GOODWIN, (W. W.)-Syntax of the
Regions of Central Africa, 199
Moods and Tenses of the Greek
The Cottages of the Alps,
ABOUT, (E.)-Rome of To-day, 201 TRENCH, (RICHARD CHENEVIX).-
On the Study of Words,
THE PRINCETON REVIEW'S REPLY
Dixon, (WILLIAM HEPWORTH).-
TO THE NEW ENGLANDER,
Personal IIistory of Lord Bacon, 201
Autobiography of Rev. Dr. Alex-
203 Paley, (F. A.)-Æschylus,
THACKERAY, (W. M.)—The Four Tyler, (W. S.)-Plato's Apolo-
gy and Crito,
DALL, (Mrs.)-Historical Pictures
ZAKRZEWSKA, (Marie E.)- A Prac-
tical Illustration of Woman's EMERSON, (R. W.)—The Conduct
Right to Labor,"
Rowe, (GEORGE STRINGER).-A
Guesses at Truth,
Missionary Among the Canni- SPENCER, (HERBERT).—Education:
bals; Or, Life of John Hunt, 209 Intellectual, Moral, and Physical, 242
Bacon, (LEONARD).—Sketch of the Henry, (C. S.)Social Welfare
Life and Public Services of Hon.
and Human Progress,
210 RAMSAY, (E. B.)–Reminiscences
Parton, (JAMES).—Life of Andrew of Scottish Life and Character, 245
210 Gosse, (PHILIP HENRY).—The Ro-
CLAIBORNE, (J. F. H.)-Life and mance of Natural History, 247
Correspondence of John A. Quit- Jervis, (John B.)—Railway Prop-
Wilson, (George).—The Five Gate-
ways of Knowledge,
The Recreations of a Country
RAWLINSON, (GEORGE).—The His-
tory of Herodotus,
214 JAMESON, (Mrs.)—Legends of the
Contributions to the Ecclesiastical Madonna,
History of Connecticut,
220 Analysis of the Cartoons of Ra-
BELISLE, (D. W.)-History of In- phael,
226 The Pulpit and Rostrum,
STRICKLAND, (W. P.)—010 Macki TUCKER. — American Glimpses of
226 Agriculture in Great Britain,
Art. I. The Lives of the Haldanes, as illustrating the
Rise of Congregationalism in Scotland,
Rev. Archibald Geikie, Colebrook, Conn.
II. The Present Attitude of the Church toward
Critical and Scientific Inquiry,
Rev. Edward A. Walker, M. A., New Haven, Conn.
III. The Acquisition of the Amoor,
Burdett Hart, M. A., Philadelphia, Penn.
IV. Missions in India,
Rev, D. O. Allen, D. D., Late Missionary of the A. B. C. F.
M., in India, now of Lowell, Mass.
V. Motley's United Netherlands,
Rev. John Moore, Lynn, Mass.
VI. The Pulpit,
Rev. J. S. Sewall, Wenham, Mass.
VII. Guizot's General History of Civilization, .
Rev. President T. D. Woolsey, D. D., Yale College.
VIII. George Müller and the Life of Trust,
IX. The Martyrs under Queen Elizabeth,
Rev. Leonard Bacon, D, D., New Haven.
SCHAFF,(Polip).— The Moral Char-
SMITH, (Henry B.)—IIagenbach's
acter of Jesus,
History of Doctrines,
Adams,(NEHEMIAH).—Evenings with BREMER, (FREDERICA).—Life in the
510 Old World,
ACKERMAN, (C.)—The Christian
Element in Plato,
TURNER, (SAMUEL H.)– Thoughts
Boxar, (ANDREW A.)—Memoirs of
on Scriptural Prophecy,
the Rev. David Sandeman,
TURNER, (SAMUEL H.)—The Gos-
pels according to the Ammo-
HOLMES, (O. W.)-Elsie Venner,
nian Sections, and the Tables of
Father Tom and the Pope,
Turner, (S. H.)-On our Lord's
Discourse at Capernaum, 512 WELLS, (DAVID A.)- Annual of
ALEXANDER, (JOSEPH Addison).- Scientific Discovery for 1861,
The Gospel according to Matthew, 513 WIGHTMAN, (Mrs. C. E. L.)—An-
ALEXANDER,(J. A.)—Notes on New nals of the Rescued,
Test. Lit, and Ecc. History, 513 The Black Ship,
EBRARD, (John II. A.)–Commen- Chambers's Encyclopedia,
tary on the Epistles of St. John, 514 The Historical Magazine and Notes
BENGEL's Gnomon. Lewis' and Vin-
516 The American Almanac and Re-
ALEXANDER,(JAMES W.)—Thoughts pository of Useful Knowledge
for the year 1861,
Paleario, (AONIO).—The Benefits Lord Bacon's Works,
of Christ's Death,
518 Milman's Latin Christianity,
BUSHNELL, (Horace).—The Char- Irving's Works,
acter of Jesus,
519 Dickens's Works,
IV. Private Character of Thomas Jefferson,
Rev. E. O. Dunning, New Haven, Conn.
V. The Duties to their Country in the Present
Crisis, of those who remain at Home, while
their Brethren go down to the Battle,
Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, D. D., New Haven.
VI. The Ancient Christian Liturgies and Worship, 685
Rev. K. Twining, Hinsdale, Mass.
VII. Professor Park's Memoir of Dr. Emmons, 709
Prof. George P. Fisher, Yale College.
VIII. The Southern Apology for Secession,
Rev. T. D. Woolsey, D. D., President Yale College.
Lord Bacon's Works,
ALLEX, (Joseph Henry.)--Hebrew Cooper's Novels,
Men and Times,
756 Dickens's Novels,
WITHINGTON,(LEONARD.)—Solomon's Irving's Works,
WEED, WILLIAM BOUTON.)-Sermons, 759
Maxx,(HORACE).—Twelve Sermons, 760
HASTINGS, (H. L.)Thessalonica, 762
MOORE, (Frank).—Rebellion Rec-
SPRAGUE, (WILLIAM B.)- Annals of
the Methodist Pulpit,
MOORE, (WILLIAM È.)--Presbyte-
CLEVELAND, (CHARLES DEXTER).-
Compendium of Classical Litera-
Noble, (Louis L.)--After Icebergs
with a Painter,
Works of John C. Calhoun, 764 Putnam, (George P.)— Ten Years
TUCKER,(BEVERLEY.)—Partisan Lead- of the World's Progress,
Godey’s Lady's Book,
CLAIBORNE, (J. F. H.)Life of Gen-
Sargent, (WINTHROP).—Life and
eral John A. Quitman,
Career of Major André,
Messrs. J. B. Lippincott & Co., 783
Milman's Latin Christianity, 7761
Art. I. Sketch of the Life of Michael Angelo Buon-
Prof. E. E. Salisbury, New Haven, Conn.
II. The Problem of Inspiration,
Rev. C. W. Clapp, Rockville, Conn.
III. African Civilization and the Cotton Trade, : 829
Rev. J. P. Thompson, D. D., New York.
IV. The Marble Faun; an Allegory, with a Key to
Mrs. Martha Tyler Gale, Lee, Mass.
V. Guizot's General History of Civilization,
Rev. Pres. T. D. Woolsey, Yale College.
VI. The Recreations of a Country Parson,
Rev. Wm. E. Boies, Long Meadow, Mass.
VII. The Lessons of our National Conflict,
Rev. Pres. J. M. Sturtevant, Jacksonville, Ill.
VIII. Soule and Wheeler's Manual of English Pro-
nunciation and Spelling,
Prof. Wm. D. Whitney, Yale College.
IX. Address at the funeral of Eli Ives, M. D. . 930
Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, D. D., New Haven, Conn.
ARTICLE X.-NOTICES OF BOOKS.
KEY, (FRANCIS S.)—The Star Span-
SARGENT, (WINTHROP).—The Life gled Banner,
and Career of Maj. John André, 946 DRAKE, (JOSEPA RODMAN). — The
of Mrs. Piozzi (Thale),
948 Irving's Works,
Memoir of Safford,
BLAKE, (GEORGE W.)-Life of a
Hymns and Choirs, by Profs.
Young Christian Merchant, 949
Phelps and Park,
Wilson, (John).-The Life and
DE GASPARIN, (AGENOR).—The Up-
Character of Robert Burns, 949
rising of a Great People,
DALE, (R. W.)—The Life of John
HOLMES, (OLIVER WENDELL).-
Currents and Counter-Currents
in Medical Science,
From Hay-time to Hopping, 956
GREEN, (WILLIAM Henry).—A
Eighty Years' Progress of the
Grammar of the Hebrew Lan-
WHITON, (JAMES MORRIS). — First
Lloyd's Map of the Southern
Lessons in Greek,
950 The Pulpit and Rostrum,
ALLEN, (T. P. & W. F.)
Memorial Volume, A, B, C. F. M., 958
951 MOCLELLAN, (George B.)—Manual
MANSFIELD, (EDWARD E.)—Politi-
of Bayonet Exercise,
951 Wharton, (GRACE and Philip).-
The Wits and Beaux of Society, 959
952 Wilder, (R. G.)— Mission Schools
Pujol and Van Norman's Complete in India,
962 Moore, (FRANK). — The Rebellion
ZACHOS, (J.C.)—Analytic Elocution, 952
Russell's Letters to the London
Times from the Southern States, 960
Cooper's Novels, -
952 DULLES, (JOHN W.)-The Soldier's
DICKENS, (CHARLES). -Great Ex-
953 Godey's Lady's Book,
NEW EDITIONS OF STANDARD WORKS.