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GooDRICH, C. A.—Review of Sprague's Annals of the American Pulpit, XV, 169.
GooDRICH, W. H.-The Preaching for the Age, XII, 1.
Goodwin, H. M.–Review of Horace
GRIDLEY, A. D.—Imagination in the Preacher, III, 548.
GRosvenor, L.-Review of O. Dewey on Claims of Seamen, III, 481.
GUERNSEY, J.-The Hand of God in the Gold Region, VIII, 80.
GULLIVER, J. P.-Physiology in Schools, XIII, 276.
HADLEY, J.—Review of Alfred Tenny
son's Princess, VII, 193.
Review of Mure's Critical History of the Language and Literature of Ancient Greece, IX, 161.
The Number Seven, XVI, 742.
Notice of the Journal of the Oriental Society, (Vol. VI, No. I, 1859,) XVII, 830.
Notice of the Sūrya Siddhānta, XVII, 832, XIX, 168.
Notice of Dwight's Modern Philology,
HALL, E. E.-The Church Review and New England Theology, XI, 92.
HALL, E. F.—Italy and the War, XVII, 708.
HALL, G.-Christian Simplicity, XII, 440. Symptoms Modifying our National Joy, (1855,) XIII, 19. The Hypothesis. Directions and Cautions with respect to its Use in Reasoning, XIV, 481.
HALL, J. G.-Review of Mark Hopkins's Sermon on the Subjection of the Creation to the Bondage of
HAMILTON, D. H.-The Kantian Philosophy, XV, 61.
HAMMOND, C.—American Puritanism,
HARRIs, S.–Cause and Cure of Sectarianism, W., 78. Dependence of Popular Progress upon Christianity, W, 433. Upham's Life of Madam Guyon, WI, 165. The Necessity of Completeness in the Christian Life, VII, 369. Professor N. W. Fiske, VIII, 67. The Conditions of Missionary Success, VIII, 489. Review of Gobat's Abyssinia, VIII, 515. Endless Punishment a Result of Character, IX, 186. The Harmony of Natural Science and Theology, X, 1. t Louis Kossuth, X, 109. The Complete Academic Education of Females, XI, 295. Politics and the Pulpit, XII, 254. Infidelity. Its Erroneous Principles of Reasoning, XII, 341. Development and Evolution, XVII, 880.
HART, B.—Human Government a Divine Institution, III, 525. The Results of Modern Missions Permanent, IX, 207. The New Northwest, XVII, 995. The Acquisition of the Amoor, XIX, 352.
IIART, J. C.—Ohio Congregationalism, XIII, 607.
HASTINGs, T.—Church Music, WI, 424. Music in Worship, VII, 357.
IIAvPN, J. Jr.—The Doctrine of the Trinity, VIII, 1.
HEQUEMBourg, C. L.-The Necromancy of the Nineteenth Century, XII, 33.
HITCHCock, E.-A Letter respecting a Case of Optical Illusion in Sick
Corruption, IV, 40.
ness, III, 192.
Johnson, S. W.—Spiritualism tested by Science, XVI, 225.
JoSEs, E. C.—Saul and the Woman at Endor, XIV, 75.
Jones, J. H.-The Sepoy Mutiny, XVII, 357.
JUDsoN, E. –Evangelization of the West, IV, 29.
KINGSLEY, H. C.—The American Tract
Society, XVI, 612.
Roman Catholic Contributions and Missions, XVII, 93.
Daniel Lord and the American Tract
KINGSLEY, J. L.-Early History of Connecticut, I, 224. Review of John Frost's Pictorial History of the United States, I, 600. Sketch of the Life of Gurdon Saltonstall, II, 495. Chronology. Review of Jarvis's Chronological Introduction to the History of the Church, V, 215. Chronology, V, 531–VI, 378. Review of Eliot's History of Harvard College, VII, 140. Review of the “Motto " of Jubilee College, VII, 470.
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 Slaveryo II, 589. A Review of Whately, Mill, Tappan, on Logic, IV, 457. Discourses at Cambridge and New ... Haven, at the Inaugurations of President Everett and President Woolsey, V, 196. The English Reviews and the French Revolution, VII, 153. Sanitary Surveys, VII, 310. The Slave Compromises of the Constitution, VII, 329. Lieutenant Lynch's Expedition, VII, 443. Hugh Miller, VIII, 237. The Bards of the Bible, by Gilfillan, reviewed, IX, 198. Review of the Life, Letters and Writings of Thomas Campbell, IX, 261. Plank Roads, IX, 290. Review of Campbell's Age of Gospel Light, IX, 544. Review of Longfellow's Golden Legend, X, 90. Joseph Story, X, 147. Review of the Life and Letters of Niebuhr, X, 526.
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MARTIN, B. N.—Reply to the Methodist Quarterly Review, XVIII, 473. Theology of Wesley—Second Reply to the Methodist Quarterly Review, XIX, 621.
MARVIN, A. P.-Review of the Life and
MINER, T-Autobiographical Letter, II, 19.
MITCHELL, D. G.-Landscape Gardening, and Rural Architecture, I, 203. The Fashionable Monthlies, II, 96. Agriculture as a Profession, or Hints about Farming, XVIII, 889.
MooRE, J.-Review of Motley's United Netherlands, XIX, 386.
MURDOCK, J.-The Assaults of Hume, Voltaire, and Rousseau upon Christianity, characterized, I, 169. Review of E. R. Tyler's Congregational Catechism, II, 180. The Epistles of Ignatius, VII, 501.
NICHOLs, W. A.—Chicago and the West. The Foundations of many Generations, XII, 510.
Nortii, E. D.—Review of Percival's
NoFTIIRoP, B. G.-Common School System of Massachusetts, XIII, 43.
OGDEN, D. L.-Criticisms on the Lit-
OLMSTED, D.—Reminiscences of Alex-
PAGE, S.–Messianic Succession, V, 360.
PALMER, R.—Duties of the Christian
PATTON, W.-Apostolical Succession, II, 273.
PEABODY, Mrs. ELIZABETH.-Biographical Sketch of Gen. Joseph Palmer, III, 1.
PERKINs, G. W.-Review of Philippo's Jamaica, Past and Present, II, 560,
PERRIN, L.-The Christian Citizen,
God on the Side of the Oppressed,
PHELPs, A. A.—Prospects of Religious Freedom, III, 392.
PLATT, D.—Home Evangelization, XIII, 344.
Pond, E.-Examination of the Scriptu
ral Meaning of “The Tree of Life,” I, 384.
Evangelists, II, 297.
Review of L. Coleman's Apostolical Church, IV, 182.
Amusements, IX, 345.
History of Changes in Church Government, XIII, 295.
Natural and Moral Ability and Ina. bility, XIII, 387.
PortER, G. M.–Review of James F.
PortBR, J. A.—Agricultural Education, XVII, 1056.
PoRTER, N. Jr.—Congregationalism in New England, I, 568. Review of Theodore Parker's Discourse of Matters pertaining to Religion, II, 371. 2 Theodore Parker and Liberal Christianity, II, 528. Episcopalianism in Massachusetts, II, 619. Bishop Southgate and the Episcopal Missions, III, 244. 2Theodore Parker and the Boston Association, III, 450. Review of the Autobiography of J. Blanco White, IV, 238. Review of Mark Hopkins on the Evidences of Christianity, IV, 401. Dr. Thomas Arnold as a Scholar, Historian, Teacher, Theologian, Controversialist, Man, W, 364. 2The New Theological Controversy, W, 613. Review of Horace Bushnell's Christian Nurture, WI, 121. Morell's Philosophy of Religion, VII, 566. Bartol's Discourses, VIII, 434. Review of Allston's Lectures on Art and Poems, VIII, 445. Reforms in Collegiate Education, IX, 110. James Handasyd Perkins, IX, 359.
PoRTER, N. Jr.—Review of the Memoirs
Post, T. M.–Immortality—The Argu
ment for—from Nature, XIV, 115.
Immortality—The Argument for— from Scripture, XIV, 161.
RAY, L.-Indians of Connecticut, I, 312.
Review of Tennyson's Poems, III, 57.
Review of the Connecticut Colonial Records, X, 198.
RENSIIAw, C. S.—Religious State of
Riggs, S. P.-The Indian Question, XV, 250.
RICHARDsoN, M.–Plain Discussion with
RoBBINs, E. W.-James Gates Percival,