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In this Index the names of Contributors of Articles are printed in Italics.
America, Relation of Europe to, in Brown, (W. B.), The Causes of His1863, Article, by Joshua Leavitt, 729 tory, Article,
167 American Publishers Circular, no- Bushnell, (Horace), The Doctrine of ticed, - 595 Loyalty, Article,
560 Amistad, Africans of the, Gov. Butler, (Samuel), Reference to his Baldwin's services in behalf of Works,
51 the, .
266 Cemeteries, Article, by A. D. GridAndrews, (S. J.), The Life of our ley,
- 697 Lord upon the earth, noticed, 836 Cephalization, Article, by J. D. Andrews, (W. W.), Review of Mrs. Dana,
495 Oliphant's Life of Edward Ir- Character Writing, A Chapter on, ving, 363, 778 Article, by Selah Merrill,
36 Annual of Scientific Discovery for Chase, (Thomas), Hellas, noticed, 353 1863, noticed,
· 592 Chauncey family, referred to, • 317 Armenian History, Article, by W. Church and State, Alliance of Clark,
507, 672 perhaps a necessary stage in the Arnold, (Thomas), Manual of Brit- transition from the absolutism of ish Literature, noticed,
· 345 the Papacy back to the individual Bacon, (L.), Christian Self-Culture, liberty of Primitive Christianity, 117 noticed,
357 Clark, (W.), Armenian History, Bacon, (L.), Reply to Professor Article,
- 607, 672 Parker's Letters to him in the Clark, (W. B.), Doubt, Faith, and Boston Post, - 191 Reason, Article,
79 Bacon, (Lord), Works, Spedding's Clapp, (C. W.), Rational Theology, edition, 361, 850 Article,
630 Baldwin, (R. S.), Dr. Dutton's ad- Craik, (G. L.), Manual of English dress commemorative of, deliver. Literature, noticed,
344 ed Feb. 24th, 1863,
259 Cochin, (A.), Results of Emancipa. Barnes, (J. E.), Criticism of Her- tion, noticed,
354 bert Spencer on Ultimate Re. Colenso, (Bishop), Commentary on ligious Ideas, Article, 692 Romans, noticed,
343 Bartholomew's Day, Bicentenary Colenso, (Bishop), On the Penta
celebration of, in England, (1862), teuch and Book of Joshua, no. referred to,
143, 582 Bascom, (J.), Æsthetics, noticed, - 361 Colenso, (Bishop), Reference to, by Bigelow, (Jacob), History of the W. B. Clark,
99, 101 Cemetery of Mt. Auburn, no- Constantine, The Relation of the ticed,
897 Emperor to the Church after he Binney, (Thomas), quotation from became its protector,
115 his sermon, referring to Slater, Constitution, The, Interpreted loyhis predecessor,
111 ally and disloyally, Article, by Brace, (C. L.), The Races of the H. ,
316 Old World, noticed,
**846 Corson, (Mrs. c. R.), Attempt to
evolve some of the esoteric sig- tures examined in the Light of
Tennyson's "Two Voices," 638 some of the esoteric significance
Rights under the law, referred to, 22 Green, (W. H.), Pentateuch Vindi-
346 Characters of Virtues and Vices,” 41
841 History, Theory of the Causes
79 events of, Article, by W. B.
316 Article, by J. S. Sewall, - 420
269 Huggins, (W. L.), Three Sermons
46 memorative of him, by Rev. S.
80 Man's place in Nature, noticed, 592
some of the esoteric significance the doctrine of Religious Liberty, 123
1 modern, founded on the improba-
47 are claimed to be contained with-
Article, by Joseph S. Ropes, 54 W. B. Clark,
802 Oliphant's Life of, by W. W.
595 James, (Henry), Substance and
gracious answer, noticed, 585 ligion in their relation to Life,
laneous Works, noticed,
445 Krummacher, (F. W.), Risen Re-
Law, The Sanction of, Divine, Arti- Prime, (S. I.), Memoirs of Rev. Dr.
850 Rebellion, Financial aspects of the,
mation, Article,by J. P. Thompson, 103 Rebellion Record, noticed, 359, 850
research respecting the opinions defect of, erecting a politico-ec-
Court of Arches respecting the re- Schaff, (Philip), Ecumenical Coun-
127 Schuyler, (Eugene), Origin and Hig.
149 by Geo. P. Marsh, reviewed, 172
358 Scott, (L.), Reprints of the British
341 Sewall, (J. S.), The Uses of History
legislation on the legal rights of, Silver, (A.), Lectures on the Sym-
22 bolic Character of the Scriptures,
172 History of the United States, re-
840 Slater, Quotation from his Farewell
Sermon in 1662,
729 Spencer," (Herbert), on Ultimate
• 112 edited by R. Newton, noticed, 859
con in the Boston Post, replied to, 191 Working, with some account of
Secretary of the English Branch Theodore Fliedner, John Evan-
· 274 Steffens, W. L. Gage's translation
596 Strauss, Reference to his Criticism
Glimpses of Europe and Egypt, Tennyson's “Two Voices,” review-
153 ed, by Mrs. C. R. Corson, 638
Thompson, (J. P.), Religious Lib- Walworth, (C.), Gentle Sceptic, no.
103 Wayland, (F.), Letters on the Min-
843 Death, and Futurity, noticed, 594
Wilson, (J. M.), Presbyterian Alma-
, (II.), Triumphs of the legislation on the legal rights of,
Faust. A Tragedy Translated from the German of Goethe.
With Notes. By CHARLES T. BROOKS. Boston: Ticknor & Fields.
Every product of a high poetic imagination has necessarily a deep and strong undercurrent of suggested significance. It is this which particularly distinguishes it from a product of the pure fancy. As has been said by an able and eloquent American critic, “with each note of the lyre is heard a ghostly, and not always a distinct, but an august and soul-exalting echo,
In every glimpse of beauty presented, we catch, through long and wild vistas, dim bewildering visions of a far more ethereal beauty beyond. But not so in poems which the world has always persisted in terming fanciful. Here the upper current is often exceedingly brilliant and beautiful; but then men feel that this upper current is all. No Naiad voice addresses them from below. The notes of the air of the song VOL. XXII.