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EXTRACTS FROM BUCKTHORNE's Note Book. CHAP. DCCLXIX.
CONCORDIA, Oct. 16, 1845. There was a heavy frost last night, and my summer squashes have stopped growing.
Oct. 19. Walked in the woods to-day, and saw a squirrel. Nov. 3. John Smith and Sally Brown came to see me to-day.
Dec. 20. Have much neglected my Note Book of late. I must be more faithful in recording all important items.
Jan. 1, 1846. This is a prominent day in the year, for it is the first one. The old year closed yesterday. Tempus fugit.
Jan. 18. The trees are nearly all bare, except the beautiful evergreens, and the loose leaves are covered up by the snow.
Feb. 13. Rode in a sleigh to-day with Mr. Brown, the brother of Sally, mentioned under date of Nov. 3, in my Note Book. We saw two snow-birds. They were picking up grass seed, the dear thiugs!
April 1. The Brahmins from Boston dined with us to day. We had for dinner stuffed gosling, veal, and small potatoes from my own garden. After dinner I read to them extracts from my Note Book, for the Brahmins are a literary family, and they said it was a feast. They wish me to publish when I have written the first thousand chapters. I delight to study nature, and hear the innocent crickets, and record my observations.
Brace, C. L.: Sermons to News Boys, no.
mer, noticed, 308.
Robertson, article reviewing, 325.
Browning, Robt., in Companion Poets,
Bryant, W. C., in Companion Poets, 152.
Buck, E.: Massachusetts Ecclesiastical
Law, noticed, 296.
Buckthorne's Note Book, Extracts from,
Burrage, Henry W., articles by, 11, 407.
Bushnell, H.: Christian Nerture and
Bushnell's Theology, article on, 213.
article on, 1; Bushnell's view of, 213; Cahart, J. W.: Poets and Poetry of the
Calvinism, not found by Whately in
Paul, noticed, 135.
Camp, H. W., Life of, by H. C. Trumbull,
Campbell, Dr. S. M., article by, 85.
Causation discussed, 114.
A. Stevens, noticed, 292.
Chance, games of, 496.
Chinese, Social Life of, by J. Doolittle,
ment, (Bushnell's view) 235.
Christian Memorials of the War, article
Christian Nurture and Infant Baptism,
Christian Nurture and Subjects adjacent
Christian's Daily Treasury, by E. Temple,
Decline of the French Monarchy, no- Hague, noticed, 310.
Churches, costly, 560; free, 504.
Clark, Rev. S. D., article by, 531.
Commentary of J. P. Lange, noticed, 453. Ecclesiastes, Commentary
on, by E.
Ecclesiastical Law in Mass., by E. Buck,
Ecclesiastical Reciprocity, 318.
ticle reviewing, 11.
ing, Holmes and Bryant, noticed, 1.52. by W. Russell, noticed, 307,
Reriew on, article reviewing, 104. England from 1816 to 1854, by Miss Mur-
England, History of, by J. A. Froude,
Fall, Adam's, Bushnell's view of, 225.
Familiar Subjects, Plain Talks on, by J.
G. Holland, noticed, 148.
Felix Holt the Radical, by G. Eliott, no-
Felix, Short Sermon on, 278.
Popery Unfolded and Refuted, noticed, W. A. Wheeler, noticed, 147.
Fisher, G. P.: Life of B. Silliman, no-
Fisher, G. P.: Supernatural Origin of
Christianity, article reviewing, 165.
Fossils of the Mauvaises Terres, 202.
Fox, George, Principles and Influence of,
persecution of, 37.
French Monarchy, Decline of, by H.
Frothingham, R.: Life and Times of
Joseph Warren, noticed, 149.
Froude, J. A.: History of England, no-
“Futurition" law of 601.
phy, noticed, 293.
Good English, 322.
Hackett, H. B.: Memorials of the War,
Hague, W.: Christianity and Statesman-
ship, noticed, 370.
Hall, John Vine, Autobiography of, by
N. Hall, noticed, 470.
Hall, N.: Hope for the Hopeless, Auto-
biography of J. V. Hall, noticed, 170.
Hamilton's Philosophy, Mills' examina-
tion of, article reviewing, 104.
Hamlet, the character given him, 529.
Lamb, Charles, by B. W. Proctor, noticed,
Lamphear, Rev. 0. T., article by, 512.
Law, Ecclesiastical in Massachusetts, by
E Buck. noticed, 295.
article reviewing, 18.); noticed, 131.
Lise and Death Eternal, by S. C. Bartlett,
Lincoln, A., Life of, by J. G. Holland,
61; elevates, refines, spiritualizes, 74;
alizes, 66; nourishes patriotism, 69; vi-
Little Foxes, by Mrs. Stowe, noticed, 306.
ticed, 50; Plain Talks on Familiar Sub- the Zambesi, noticed, 458.
Logic, Mill's System, article reviewing,
Lord, Dr. John, article bv, 19.
Lotteries, 168; history of, 397.
Lucy Arlyn, by J. T. Trowbridge, noticed.
McCosh, J.: Intuitions of the Mind, no-
M'Donald, W.: Spiritualism identical with
inembership, 604 ; Salvation, 291. Mackay, Mrs : The Wycliffitet, noticed,
Magoun, Dr. G. F., article by, 560.
Martin, H.: Decline of the French Mon-
archy, noticed, 283.
-England from 1816 to 1854, noticed,
Buck, noticed, 296.
Mauvaises Terres, up the Missouri, 202
Methodism, Centenary of. in America, by
A. Stevens, noticed, 292.
tions of Insanity, Imbecility and Sui- noticed, 293.
Mill, John Stuart, article on, 104; Politi-
Positive Philosophy, article review. Palsrey, J. G.: History of New England
Parker J.: Revolution and Reconstruction,
Penn, William, 30.
Perry, A. L. : Political Economy, noticed,
Pew rent, 580.
Pilgrim's Wallet, bý G. Haven, noticed,
G, Holland, noticed, 148.
Poems, by Mrs. Akers, noticed, 617.
tis, noticed, 467.
Popular Erangelization, article on, 477.
Portugal, Wellington's campaign in, 263.
Pond, E., Lectures on Pastoral Theology,
Preacher, the, his Aims and Instruments,
frey, noticed, 463.
Presbyterian Board of Publication, Cata-
logue of, noticed, 156.
Principle as an Incumbrance, 320.
Proctor, B.W.: Life of Charles Lamb, no-
Proctor, Miss, poems of, noticed, 301.
by W. A. Wheeler, noticed,
terpretation, by P. Fairbairn, noticed,
Psalter, Sabbath, by H. T. Fox, Noticed,
Oil Regions of Pennsylvania, by W.
Quakers, persecution of, 30; and Puri.
Quakerism, origin of, 23; subordinates
the Bible to inward monitions, 33;
honors woman, 46.
, 307. 471.
Rankin, Rev. J. E., articles by, 391, 519.