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wider circulation ; in a word, to make it all that the Christian portion of our denomination would have it become.

We mean to add to the ability, variety, life and scope of its columns, during the year to come; to seek more firmly to seat the Review in the affections of its readers ; to stimulate their minds to thought, to elevate their piety, and to make them more practical, as well as more intelligent Christian men and women. On the principles of Congregationalism, on the best methods of increasing the power of the truth, and of reaching the masses non-attendant upon public worship, and making more eflicient those departments of Christian labor already occupied and worked, we mean that the Review shall take a leading position. We wish, therefore, to call the attention, not merely of young ministers, but also of the young men and women of our church to our work, feeling confident that if God bless our labors, we shall not be disappointed, and shall not disappoint our readers. It may not be unappropriate to announce that we have in contemplation arrangements, which will be made public in due time, for enlarging and giving new efficiency to the editorial corps.


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.

ticed, 460.
Ada Clare: Only a Woman's Heart, no- Brainerd, John, Life of, by T. Brainerd,
ticed, 463.

noticed, 146.
Adams, N.: Cross in the cell, noticed, Brewster, Anne H. M.: St. Martin's Sum-

mer, noticed, 308.
Esthetic Religion,article on, 85; degrades Brooke, S. A.; Life and Letters of F. W.
doctrines, 93.

Robertson, article reviewing, 325.
After the War, article on, 75.

Browning, Robt., in Companion Poets,
Agassix, L.: Structure of Animal life, no-

ticed, 289.

Bryant, W. C., in Companion Poets, 152.
Aims of the Preacher, 531.

Buck, E.: Massachusetts Ecclesiastical
Akers, Miss : Poems noticed, 617.

Law, noticed, 296.
Amusements, article on, 400.

Buckthorne's Note Book, Extracts from,
Animal Life, Structure of, by L. Agassiz, 620.
noticed, 289.

Burrage, Henry W., articles by, 11, 407.
Annihilation Refuted, by S. C. Bartlett, Bushnell, H.: Vicarious Sacrifice, article
noticed, 616.

reviewing, 213.
Apollinarius, Views of, 575.

Bushnell, H.: Christian Nerture and
Archeology of the Trial and Crucifixion Subjects adjacent, article reviewing,
of Christ, article in, 407.

Art and Reverence, 324.

Bushnell's Theology, article on, 213.
Art of not Groucing Old, article on, 355.
Arlya. Lucy, by J. T. Trowbridge, no-

ticed, 301
Atonement, the, a thrie-fold satisfaction, Cabul, British retreat from, 272.

article on, 1; Bushnell's view of, 213; Cahart, J. W.: Poets and Poetry of the
Hedge denies, 56; Robertson's view of, Hebrews, noticed, 304.

Calvinism, not found by Whately in

Paul, noticed, 135.

Camp, H. W., Life of, by H. C. Trumbull,

Bad Lands up the Missouri, 202.

Campbell, Dr. S. M., article by, 85.
Ballot, Mill's views of, 684.

Causation discussed, 114.
Baptism, Infant, 590 ; Symbolizes a doc- Centenary of American Methodisin, by
trine, not an experience, 589.

A. Stevens, noticed, 292.
Barcklay Robert, 30.

Chance, games of, 496.
Barrows, Rev. William, articles by, 75, Children in Heaven, noticed, 291,
213, 437, 496.

Chinese, Social Life of, by J. Doolittle,
Barrows, Willard, article by, 188.

noticed, 297.
Barstow, Dr. 2. S., article by, 426. Christ as a Preacher, Short Sermon, 610.
Bartlett, S. C. : Life and Heath Eternal, Christ's death not necessary to the atone-
noticed, 616.

ment, (Bushnell's view) 235.
Bath Kul, 506.

Christian Memorials of the War, article
Battle Echoes, by G. B. Ide, noticed, 459. reviewing, 11.
Beauty in Religion, 87.

Christian Nurture and Infant Baptism,
Beecher, Charles, his views of Hell, 247, article on, 590.
Biblical Study, modes of, 383.

Christian Nurture and Subjects adjacent
Biographical Dictionary, by C. Hole, no- by H. Bushnell, article reviewing, 690.
ticea, 615.

Christian's Daily Treasury, by E. Temple,
Blake, Rev. H. B., article by, .:59.

noticed, 469,
Booth, Mary L.: Translation of Martin's Christianity and Statesmanship, by Wm.

Decline of the French Monarchy, no- Hague, noticed, 310.
ticed, 283.

Churches, costly, 560; free, 504.
Boston Review, changed to a Quarterly, Citizen of New Jerusalem, Short Sermon

on, 608.
Boston Review, Sixth Volume of, 158. Citizenship in Zion, short sermon, 608.
Bulta, V.: Dante, noticed, 138.

Clark, Rev. S. D., article by, 531.

Commentary of J. P. Lange, noticed, 453. Ecclesiastes, Commentary

on, by E.
Commentary on Ecclesiastes,by L. Young, Young, noticed, 302.
noticed, 302.

Ecclesiastical Law in Mass., by E. Buck,
Commentary on Genesis, by J. G. Mur- noticed.
phy, noticed, 293.

Ecclesiastical Reciprocity, 318.
Cominentary on the Gospels, by D. D. Edmonds, S. E. E. : Nurse and Spy, ar-
Whedun, noticed, 457.

ticle reviewing, 11.
Companion Poets for the People; Brown- Elocution, Cultivation of the Voice in,

ing, Holmes and Bryant, noticed, 1.52. by W. Russell, noticed, 307,
Comte's Positive Philosophy, Westminster Emmonsism, 410.

Reriew on, article reviewing, 104. England from 1816 to 1854, by Miss Mur-
Connection, organic, between parent and tineau, noticed, 300, 464.
child, 592.

England, History of, by J. A. Froude,
Conrersion, True Theory of, article on, noticed, 142, 461.

Coruna, battle of, 259.

Craik, J.: Divine Life and New Birth, no-
ticed, 280.

Fall, Adam's, Bushnell's view of, 225.
Criticism, Progressive, 473.

Familiar Subjects, Plain Talks on, by J.
Crooked Sticks, 322.

G. Holland, noticed, 148.
Cross in the Cell, by N. Adams, noticed Favorite Child, Short Sermon on, 448.

Felix Holt the Radical, by G. Eliott, no-
Crucifixion of Christ, Archæology of, ar- ticed, 614.
ticle on, 407.

Felix, Short Sermon on, 278.
Curtis, C.: Mystery of Iniquity Unveiled, Fiction, Noted Names of: Dictionary by

Popery Unfolded and Refuted, noticed, W. A. Wheeler, noticed, 147.

Fisher, G. P.: Life of B. Silliman, no-
Currier, Rev. A. H., article by, 355. ticed, 456.
Culler, Rev, E., article by, 325.

Fisher, G. P.: Supernatural Origin of

Christianity, article reviewing, 165.

Fossils of the Mauvaises Terres, 202.

Fox, George, Principles and Influence of,
Daily Treasury, Christian's, by E. Tem- article on, 19; originates quakerism, 23;
ple, noticed, 169.

persecution of, 37.
Dante and Divina Commedia, Bottas', Fox, H. I.: Sabbath Psalter, noticed,
noticed, 138.

Decline of the French Monarchy, by H. Fraud in Authorship, article on, 11.
Martin, noticed, 283.

French Monarchy, Decline of, by H.
Demoniacs of the New Testament, article Martin, noticed, 283.
on, 426.

Frothingham, R.: Life and Times of
Depravity, Bushnell's, view of, 223.

Joseph Warren, noticed, 149.
Devil, Bushnell's, view of, 247.

Froude, J. A.: History of England, no-
Dickenson, R. W.: Resurrection of Christ, ticed, 142, 461.
noticed, 455.

“Futurition" law of 601.
Dictionary of Noted Names of Fiction,
by W. A. Wheeler, noticed, 147.

Dissertations and Discussions, by J. S.
Mill, article reviewing, 567.

Gambling, 496.
Discipline of Doubt, article on, 120. Gambling, Pious, 158.
Divina Commedia, Botta's Analysis, do- Genesis, Commentary on, by J. G. Mur-
ticed, 138.

phy, noticed, 293.
Divine Life and New Birth, by J. Craik, God in Vegetable Life, article on, 391.
noticed, 280.

Good English, 322.
Divorce, Scripture Law of, by A. Hovey, Grant and Sherman, by J. T. Headley,
noticed, 468.

poticed, 151.
Doctor Johns, by D. G. Mitchell, noticed, Growing Old, Art of Not, article on, 355.

Dodge E.: Hans Brinker, or the Silver

Skates; a Story of Life in Holland,
noticed, 305.

Hackett, H. B.: Memorials of the War,
Doggett, Rev. Thomas, article by, 61. article reviewing, 11.
Doolittle, J.: Social Life of the Chinese, Hair-Splitting, 476.
noticed, 297.

Hague, W.: Christianity and Statesman-
Doubt, Discipline of, noticed, 120.

ship, noticed, 370.

Hall, John Vine, Autobiography of, by

N. Hall, noticed, 470.

Hall, N.: Hope for the Hopeless, Auto-
Earth, eschatology of, 204.

biography of J. V. Hall, noticed, 170.
Ecce Homo, noticed, 454.

Hamilton's Philosophy, Mills' examina-

tion of, article reviewing, 104.

on, 5:9.

on, 204.


Hamlet, the character given him, 529.

Hamlet, Theology of the play of, article

Lamb, Charles, by B. W. Proctor, noticed,
Hans Brinker, by M. E. Dodge, noticed, 616.

Lamphear, Rev. 0. T., article by, 512.
Haven, G.: Pilgrim's Wallet, noticed, Lange, J. P.: Commentary of, noticed,

Headley, J. T.: Grant and Sherman, no- Language, 163.
ticed, 151.

Law, Ecclesiastical in Massachusetts, by
Hearing, Short Se.mon on, 129.

E Buck. noticed, 295.
Heaven. Will this Planet ever be ? article Lecky, W. E. H.: History of Rationalism,

article reviewing, 18.); noticed, 131.
Hebrew Law giver, by J. M. Lowrie, no- Lewes, Mrs.: Felix Holt, the Radical, no-
ticed, 309.

ticed, 614.
Hedge, F. H.: Reason in Religion, article Liberty, by J. S. Mill, article reviewing,
reviewing, 47.

Hell, Bushnell's View of, 247.

Lise and Death Eternal, by S. C. Bartlett,
Henry VIII. of England, Froude's View noticed, 616.
of, 143.

Lincoln, A., Life of, by J. G. Holland,
Herod Antipas, 415.

noticed, 150.
History of England by Froude, noticed, Literature, its Place and Uses, article on,

61; elevates, refines, spiritualizes, 74;
History of the Peace, by Miss Martineau, gives repose, 73; harmonizes, 68; liber-
noticed, 300, 464.

alizes, 66; nourishes patriotism, 69; vi-
Hole C.: Biographical Dictionary, no- talizes, 70.
ticed, 615.

Little Foxes, by Mrs. Stowe, noticed, 306.
Holland, J. G.: Life of A. Lincoln, no- Livingstone, D. and C.: Expe lition to

ticed, 50; Plain Talks on Familiar Sub- the Zambesi, noticed, 458.
jects noticed, 148.

Logic, Mill's System, article reviewing,
Holland, Life in, by E. Dodge, noticed,

Lord, Dr. John, article bv, 19.
Holmes, 0. W.: in Companion Poets, 152. Lot, use of the, 504; its abuse, sin, 505.
Hope for the Hopeless, by N. Hall, no. Lotteries and Raffles, article on, 496.
ticed, 470.

Lotteries, 168; history of, 397.
Hosford, Rev. B. F., Life of, noticed, 615. Lowrie, J, M.: Hebrew Lawgiver, noticed,
Hovey, A.: Scripture Law of Divorce, no- 309.
ticed, 468.

Lucy Arlyn, by J. T. Trowbridge, noticed.
Hugo V.: Toilers of the Sea, noticed, 460. 301.
Hurst, J. F.: History of Rationalism, no-
ticed, 131.

Hymnal of the Presbyterian Church, no-
ticed, 305.

McCosh, J.: Intuitions of the Mind, no-

ticed, 612.

M'Donald, W.: Spiritualism identical with
Ide, G. B.: Battle Echoes, noticed, 4:59. Sorcery, Demonology and Witchcraft,
Imbecility, in Shakespeare's Plays, 469. noticed, 311.
Indians of the Missouri River, 188. Macduff, J. R.: The Shepherd and His
Infant Baptism, article on, 190; church- Flock, noticed, 617.

inembership, 604 ; Salvation, 291. Mackay, Mrs : The Wycliffitet, noticed,
Insanity, &c. in Shakespeare, by A. O. 618.
Kellogg, noticed, 469.

Magoun, Dr. G. F., article by, 560.
Inspiration, Robertson's view of, 328. Maiden and Married Life of Mary Powell,
Insiruments of the Preacher, 531.

noticed, 464.
Intuitions of the Mind, by J. McCosh, no- Marsh J.: Temperance Recollections, no-
ticed, 612.

ticed, 618.

Martin, H.: Decline of the French Mon-

archy, noticed, 283.
Jewish Church, History of, by A. P. Stan- Martineau, Harriet: History of the Peace
ley, noticed, 469.

-England from 1816 to 1854, noticed,
Juggling, Theological, 164.

300, 464.
Justice of God, not an absolute attribute, Massachusetts Ecclesiastical Law by E.
(Bushnell's view), 239.

Buck, noticed, 296.

Mauvaises Terres, up the Missouri, 202

Methodism, Centenary of. in America, by

A. Stevens, noticed, 292.
Kellogg, A. 0.: Shakespeare's Delinea- Methodism, Women of, by A. Stevens,

tions of Insanity, Imbecility and Sui- noticed, 293.
cide, noticed, 469.

Mill, John Stuart, article on, 104; Politi-
Knightly Soldier, by H. C. Trumbull, no- cal Writings of, article on, 567 ; Comte's

ticea, 155.

Positive Philosophy, article review. Palsrey, J. G.: History of New England
ing, 104; Dissertations and Discussions, noticed, 463.
article reviewing, 104; Hamilton's Phi- Parish Finances, article on, 559.
losophy, article reviewing, 101; Liberty, Papacy, Unfairness of, 318.
article reviewing, 517; Logic, article Paul, Difficulties in the Writings of, 10-
reviewing, 104; Representative Govern- tiee of, 134.
ment, article reviewing, 567.

Parker J.: Revolution and Reconstruction,
Millennium, What will it be? 204.

noticed, 470.
Milton, Mistress, Maiden and Married Pastoral Theology, Lectures by E. ond,
Life of, noticed, 464.

noticed, 307.
Mind, Intuitions of, by J. McCosh, noticed, Peninsular War. Napier's share in, 263.

Penn, William, 30.
Ministry, partially educated, 459. Pennsylvania Oil Regions, by W. Wright
Minorities. Rights of, 582.

noticed, 155.
Miracles, 165.

Perry, A. L. : Political Economy, noticed,
Missouri River, Three Thousand Miles 148.
up, article on, 188.

Pew rent, 580.
Mitchell, D. G. i Doctor Johns, noticed, Philosophy, Positive, 104.

Pilgrim's Wallet, bý G. Haven, noticed,
Monarchians, 512.

Money-making, Ruskin on, 141.

Monthly Religious Magazine, false state. Plain Talks on' Familiar Subjects, by J.
menis of, 312.

G, Holland, noticed, 148.
Moral Science, by F. Wayland, noticed, Political Economy, by A. L. Perry, no-

ticed, 148.
Mormon Missionaries, 488.

Poems, by Mrs. Akers, noticed, 617.
Mozart, W. A., Letters of, noticed, 290. Poems of Miss Proctor, noticed, 301.
noticed, 293.

Mystery of Iniquity Unveiled, by C. Cur. Popery Unfoided and Refuted, by C. Cur.
tis, noticed, 467.

tis, noticed, 467.

Popular Erangelization, article on, 477.

Portugal, Wellington's campaign in, 263.

Pond, E., Lectures on Pastoral Theology,
Naper Sir Charles, article on, 254.

noticed. 307.
Natural and Supernatural, 'article on, Powell, Mary, Maiden and Married Life,

noticed, 464.
New Birth and Divine Life, by J. Craik, Preachers and Preaching, 477,
noticed, 280.

Preacher, the, his Aims and Instruments,
New England, History of, by J. G. Pal. article on, 531.

frey, noticed, 463.
News Boys, Short Sermons to, by C. L.

Presbyterian Board of Publication, Cata-

logue of, noticed, 156.
Brace, noticed, 460.

Principle as an Incumbrance, 320.
Nohl, L.: Letters of Mozart, noticed, Progressive Criticism, 473.

Proctor, B.W.: Life of Charles Lamb, no-
Note-book, Buckthorne's, extracts from, ticed, 616.

Proctor, Miss, poems of, noticed, 301.
Noted Names of Fiction, Dictionary of, Prophecy, its Nature, Functions and In.

by W. A. Wheeler, noticed,
Nurse and Spy in the Union Army, arti-

terpretation, by P. Fairbairn, noticed,
cle reviewed, 11; a false book, 14. Providence, Doctrine of, 167.

Psalter, Sabbath, by H. T. Fox, Noticed,


Oil Regions of Pennsylvania, by W.

Wright, noticed, 155.
Old Picture Bible, noticed, 617.
Only a Woman's Heart, by Ada Clare,

Quakers, persecution of, 30; and Puri.
noticed, 463.

Quakerism, origin of, 23; subordinates

tans compared.
Organic Connection between Parent and
Child, 592.

the Bible to inward monitions, 33;

honors woman, 46.
Orthodox Congregational Quarterly, 471. Quarterly Issue of the Boston Review,

, 307. 471.
Owen, Robert, Lise of, noticed, 285. Quarterly, Orthodox Congregational, 471.

Pagan or Christian ? 321.

Raffles, 496.
Paganism Again, 475.

Rankin, Rev. J. E., articles by, 391, 519.

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