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Dutton, S. W. S.-Steamships to Libe-Dwight, B. W.—The History of Modern
ria. African Colonization, IX, 70. Philology, XVI, 465.
the Hon. David Daggett, IX, 296. Higher Education, XVII, 1.
the Hon. Simeon Baldwin, IX, 426. XIX, 234.
Great Britain, VI, 147.
ly's “Errors of Romanism, traced culture, Manufactures and Railroads,
the Relation of Christianity to
DWINELL, I. E.-Claims of Religion on
Self-Development, not Aggression, the
erty, Intelligence and Morals of Edwards, B. B.- Review of M. Stuart's
Seaboard Slave States, XIV, 264. Prophecies of Daniel, I, 231.
and the Bible-Albert Barnes's EDWARDS, T.-Review of Dr. Gardiner
Review of President Edwards
er Against Slavery-Stiles Against
EGGLESTON, N. H.- Review of Mrs. H.B.
Discourse, “The Church of Christ Chironomia, V, 546.
in Yale College,” XVI, 434. Review of Ruskin's Seven Lamps of
fifth Anniversary Sermon, XVI,841. Review of A. J. Downing's Architect-
the New Englander, with respect The World's Advance, IX, 438.
The Church and its Ministry, XI, 112.
Chicago Theological Seminary, XVII,
tension Committee, XVII, 1016. ELDRIDGE, J.-The Relation of Baptized
Goodyear the Inventor, XVIII, 774. Notes from the Unpublished Travels
present Crisis, of those who re- land, and Venice, XII, 457.
go down to the War, XIX, 674. ELY, I. M.-Review of Wilson's Church
and Services of Eli Ives, M. D., Redemption as related to the Fall of
the Angels, XI, 375.
Eustis, W. T.-The Middle Kingdom, (Fowler, W. C.-The Dangers of our
Country, I, 492.
gress, Management, and Utility, ned, V, 70.
ley's Yeast, X, 177.
Gage, W.L.-Frederick Perthes, XVIII,
Pope, XVI, 271.
GALE, (Mrs. Martha TYLER). - Review
gory, with a Key to its Interpre-
tation, XIX, 860
to the highest Development of as illustrating the Rise of Congre-
gationalism in Scotland, XIX, 269.
Gibbs, J. W.-Resemblance of Certain
Vowel Changes in the English Lan-
guage, I, 434.
courses and Essays," XIV, 363. Catholic Complaints against the Early
tures, X, 300.
Philological Miscellany, X, 472–XI,
The Use of Testament for Covenant,
Critical Miscellanies, XV, 666.
bath, XVI, 691.
ion, XVII, 489.
Josiah Willard Gibbs, XIX, 605. Hints on Lexicograpiy, XVIII, 926.
moir of Nathaniel Emmons, XIX, Language, XVIII, 429.
GILMAN, D. C.- The Editorial Pro-
and their Relation to its Power, Barth and Livingstone on Central
Africa, XVI, 347.
Art Exhibition in Yale College,
a Case of Optical Illusion in Sick- IIumboldt, Ritter and the New
Geography, XVIII, 277.
Disunion Conspiracy, XIX, 754.
Theologian and Metaphysician, I, GILMAN, E. W.—The Permanence of
the Pulpit, XIII, 435.
Goodrich, C. A.—Review of Sprague's HAMILTON, D. H.—The Kantian Phi-
Annals of the American Pulpit, losophy, XV, 61.
HAMMOND, C.-American Puritanism,
Review of Denison Olmsted's Life
and Writings of E. P. Mason,
Bushnell's Sermons for the New Common Schools and their Relations
to Higher Seminaries, VI, 313.
HARRIS, S.-Cause and Cure of Secta-
Dependence of Popular Progress upon
Christianity, V, 433.
The Necessity of Completeness in
The Conditions of Missionary Suc-
cess, VIII, 489.
Review of Gobat's Abyssinia, VIII,
Character, IX, 186.
The Harmony of Natural Science
Louis Kossuth, X, 109.
the Language and Literature of of Females, XI, 295.
Politics and the Pulpit, XII, 254.
of Reasoning, XII, 341.
Hart, B.-Human Government a Di.
vine Institution, III, 625.
The Results of Modern Missions
Permanent, IX, 207.
The New Northwest, XVII, 995.
The Acquisition of the Amoor, XIX,
Music in Worship, VII, 367.
HAVEN, J. Jr.—The Doctrine of the
Cautions with respect to its Use
HEQUEMBOURG, C. L.—The Necromancy
of the Nineteenth Century, XII, 33.
kins's Sermon on the Subjection of HITCHCOCK, E.-A Letter respecting
ness, III, 192.
HOLLISTER, G. H.-Review of Long- KINGSLEY, J. L-Review of the Report
of the Corporation of Brown Uni.
versity, VIII, 470.
KIRKWOOD, D.-The New Planets,
Solar Phenomena, XIX, 51.
Albany, (1852,) XI, 72.
ster's Plea in the Girard Will Case, LARNED, J. G. E.-Controversy Be.
tween Massachusetts and South
Carolina in respect to the Rights of
Review of Horace Bushnell's Speech
LARNED, W. A.-Dorr's Rebellion in
Rhode Island, 1, 85.
Review of J. Perkins's Residence
among the Nestorians, I, 285.
Henry Clay as an Orator, II, 105.
Annexation of Texas, II, 453.
Shall we Vote to Perpetuate Slavery?
A Review of Whately, Mill, and
Tappan, on Logic, IV, 457.
Haven, at the Inaugurations of
Woolsey, V, 196.
Revolution, VII, 153.
The Slave Compromises of the Con-
stitution, VII, 329.
History of the United States, I, The Bards of the Bible, by Gilfillan,
reviewed, IX, 198.
Writings of Thomas Campbell,
nological Introduction to the Histo- Plank Roads, IX, 290.
Review of Campbell's Age of Gospel
Light, IX, 544.
gend, X, 90.
Review of the Life and Letters of
Niebuhr, X, 526.
LARNED, W. A.-Review of the “Bards! MCKEEN, S.-Review of Dr. Lord's
Letter of Inquiry, XIII, 397.
tion of the Valley of the Amazon, MOLANE, J. W.-Influence of Calvinism
and Arminianism on Civil Liberty,
Christian Uni IV, 632.
McWHORTER, A.-Review of the Life
and Correspondence of John Foster,
Metaphysics, XVIII, 167.
Retribution, XIV, 527.
LAW, S. D.-Anti-Rent Disturbance in Magoun, G. F.-A Conservative View
of the Nebraska Question, XII, 536.
LAWRENCE, E. A.-A Glimpse of Ger- MARCH, D.-Review of Bailey's Festus,
Review of J. G. Whittier's Voices of
Eastern Connecticut, XI, 195. The Biglow Papers, VII, 63.
Physical Science and the Useful Arts
zation, IX, 481.
Marcu, F. A.—The Relation of the
Origin and Progress of the Bacon-
ian Philosophy, VI, 543.
MARTIN, B. N.-Review of Bledsoe's
Review of Dewey's Controversial
Review of Dr. Bellows on the Moral
Examination of Mill's Philosophy of
Review of Guyot's “Earth and Man,"
Race. Review of Pickering, Bach-
Review of Dr. Taylor on Moral Gov-
Proper Sphere, and the Sources of Review of Professor Lewis's New
Scriptures,” XVIII, 120.