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Considerations on Representative Government. , By Joun Stu-
BOSTON: BY THE PROPRIETORS, 11, CORNHILL. .
NEW YORK: DEAN & FISK, NO. 11 ANN STREET.
Printed by A. A. KINGMAN, 11, Cornhill.
13 Corphill, Boston, Is publishing a new book nearly every week. Each manuscript is carefully read by members of our Publication Committee, and no better books for the Sabbath Schools of the Orthodox Congregational church can be found in the country. The names of this Committee are well known in the religious community and their judgment respected: - Rev. J. A. Albro, D.D, Rev. J. H. Means, Rev. A. J. Sessions, Rev. J. M. Manning, Rev. A. HI. Quint, Rev. D. L. Furber, Rev. E. K. Alden, and Rev.D. R. Cady. A few of our late books written by laymen and clergymen are as follows: Price
Price Poor House Sam....
1.15, Clara Dwight in the Home of her Broken Fuschia... .50 Adoption
.75 Lieut. Wolcott.
.50 Young Teacher. A Sequel to Clara Grandfather's Bible.
.75 The Ferryman's Child. .80 The Old Horseshoe......
1.25 Choice Memorials.. .75 Minnie Watson
1.25 The Fisherman's Children; or, Sun- My First Pennies..
1.00 beam of Hardrick Cove....
.80 On the Frontiers; or, Scenes in the The Red Lion; a Capital Temperance
.80 Must; or, Ann Holbrook's Childhood .90 Faithful Shepherd. By Rev. J. E. Martha's School-Days....
.80 Todd..... .75 Jewsh Heroes
.80 The Conqueror.... .75 The Buried Cities....
.75 Nora, and Thoughts about Christ, .95 Elsie Bailey; or, One that Loved Ellen's Idol,.... .75 Everybody
.75 Invitation to Little Children.... .60 Faith Cleveland; or, Daily Beauty.. .75 Mabel Lee..... .60 The Skates.....
.75 Bessie's Visit.......
.60 Frank and Amy's Visit to Palestine 75 Our Boys.....!
.60 Ellis Amory. A True Story of Every .75 The Christian Private.......
.75 Evelyn Hope, and the Game of Life .40 Mattie Carson..
.70 Percie, or, the Conspirators........ .65 What is a Little Money good for ?.... .65 Lizzie French... . 10 Some Coats that Fit....
.60 Valma Lee. By the author of “The Nuts Ready Cracked..
.75 We also publish the WELL SPRING, a beautifully illustrated weekly paper for our children, and a large assortment of Question Books, Catechisms and Gift Cards suitable for Sabbath schools.
MOSES H. SARGENT, TREASURER. AsA BULLARD, Secretary.
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NO. 13, CORNHILL, BOSTON, Was founded, among other objects, to republish complete editions of the works of the Puritan Fathers, on the Doctrines, Polity and History of the Congregational Churches of New England. We have already issued and have for sale at our Depository the Works of Robinson, Shepard, Bellamy, Hopkins and Emmons, and other works are in process of publication. We have supplied by donation, to young and feeble churches at the West, hundreds of sets of these publications, and continue to answer fresh applications as our funds permit. All books sold at the lowest renuDerating prices. Catalogues of our publications furnished on application at the Dopository. No, 18 Jornhill.
M. H. SARGENT,
" of Bostore,
VOL. VI.JANUARY, 1866.-No. 31.
THE ATONEMENT A THREEFOLD SATISFACTION.
It is required of a judge that he shall justify or acquit the innocent.
It is equally and for the same reason required of a judge that he shall condemn and punish the guilty. In order to be just, and to maintain a reputation for righteousness, the judge must treat the innocent and the guilty according to their respective characters. Anything else is manifestly unlawful and unjust
. But God, the judge of all, treats a certain class of people exactly the reverse of this: he treats the guilty as though they were innocent: he sets the transgressors of his law at liberty, acquitting them as if they had been obedient and faithful in all things. And the ground on which he does this, declaring himself just while he thus justifies the sinner, is this ; Christ has died a propitiatory sacrifice in our behalf. Here are the things into which the angels desire to look.
The sufferings of Christ and the glory that should follow, this is what distinguishes our globe from every other, and turns upon it the eyes and the interest of the angelic hosts. They pass by all the wonders of our natural scenery—the thunder of our cataracts, and the glory of our snow-crowned mountains—for they are fainiliar with worlds where all the waters of our oceans, as well as inland seas, might pour through an ordinary valley. They pass by, also, all the beauty of our architecture, works
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