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CONTENTS.

NO. XIX.

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• I. RANALLI'S ITALIAN HISTORY, .... 1

Le Istoric Italiane di Ferdinando Ranalli, dal 1846 al 1863. Flo-

rence: 1855. Vol. I.

*n. ITINERATING LIBRARIES AND THEIR FOUNDER,

Some Account of Itinerating Libraries and their Founder. Edin-

burgh: 1856. Pp. 115.

HI. SYDNEY SMITH AS A MINISTER OF RELIGION, . 48

A Memoir of the Rev. Sydney Smith, by his daughter, Lady Holland.

With a Selection from his Letters. Edited by Mrs Austin. In

Two Volumes. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1855.

IV. THE CHURCH—ITS PERPETUITY. ... 69

V. THE MATTER OF PREACHING, ... 91

History and Repository of Pulpit Eloquence (Deceased Divines),

containing the Master-pieces of Bossuct, Bourdaloue, Massillon,

Flechier, Abbaddie, Taylor, Barrow, Hall, Watson, McLaurin,

Chalmers, Evans, Edwards, Davies, John M. Mason, &c, &c,

with discourses from Chrysostom, Basil, Gregory Nanzianzen,

Augustine, Athanasins, and others among the "Fathers;" and

from Wickliffe, Luther, Calvin, Mclancthon, Knox, Latimer,

&c„ of the " Reformers." Also sixty other celebrated Sermons,

from as many eminent divines in the Greek. Latin, English,

German, Irish, French, Scottish, American, and Welch Churches,

a large number of which have now, for the first time, been trans-

lated. The whole arranged in tbeir proper order, and accom-

panied with Historical Sketches of Preaching in the different

Countries represented, and Biographical and Critical Notices

of the several Preachers, and their discourses. By Henry C.

Fish, Author of Premium Essay, "Primitive Piety Revived."

In two volumes. New York: Published by M. W. Dodd. 1856.

VI. ELI SMITH'S ARABIC BIBLE, 119

1. The Old Testament Translated into Arabic. By Eli Smith.

Beirut: 8vo. pp. 160.

2. The New Testament Translated into Arabic. By Eli Smith.

Beirut. 8vo. pp. 16.

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•VII. DOVE'S LOGIC OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH, . 123

The Logic of the Christian Faith: Being a Dissertation on

Scepticism, Pantheism, The A Priori Argument, The A Poste-

riori Argument, The Intuitional Argument, and Revelation.

By Patrick Edward Dove, Author of the Theory of Human

Progression, The Elements of Political Science, &c. 1856.

•VIII. THEODORE AGRIPPA D'AUBIGNE, WARRIOR, STATES-

MAN, AND HISTORIAN, .... 165

Memoire de Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne. Publiee pour la pre-

miere fois d'apres le MSS. de la Bibliotheque du Louvre. Par

Lalanne. Paris. 1854.

Les Aventures du Baron de Ficnesle. Par T. A. D'Aubigne.

Nouvelle Edition Annotee, par M. P. Merimce, de l'Academie

Francaisc. Paris. 1855.

Etudes sur les CEuvres du T. A. D'Aubigne. Par Leon Feugcres.

Paris. 1855.

•IX. MACDONALD'S CREATION AND THE FALL, . 184

Creation and the Fall. A Defence and Exposition of the First

Three Chapters of Genesis. By the Rev. Donald Macdonald,

M.A., Minister of the Free Church, Edinkillie, Pp. 460. Edin-

burgh: T. Constable & Co.

•X. CRITICAL NOTICES.

Reflexions Synthetiques, au point de Vue Positiviste, sur la Philo-

sophic, la Morale, et la Religion. Paris. 1856, . 216

The Christian Cosmos: the Son of God the Revealed Creator. By

Edward William Grinficld, M.A. London: Sceley, Jackson,

and Halliday. 1857, 220

Creation's Testimony to its God, or the accordance of Science, Philo-

sophy, and Revelation. By Thomas Ragg. London: Long-

man & Co. 1855. 2d Edition, . . . .220

Christ and Other Masters. Part H. "The Religions of India."

Cambridge. 1857, . ... 223

Inspiration a Reality; or Vindication of the Plenary Inspiration

and Infallible authority of Holy Scripture, in Reply to a Book

recently published by the Rev. J. Macnaught, entitled *' The

Doctrine of Inspiration." By Rev. Josiah B. Lowe. London <

Longman. 1856, ...... 223

The Song of Songs shewn to be constructed on Architectural Prin-

ciples. By Peter Macpherson, A.M. Edinburgh: Shepherd

& Elliot. 1856, 226

Hours with the Mystics: A Contribution to the History of Religious

Opinion. By Robert Alfred Vaughan, B.A. In Two Volumes.

London j John W. Parker & Son. 1856, . . 227

The Primitive Puritanism of England: Viewed in its Origin, its

true Development, and its Present Position. An Inaugural

Address, delivered in Exeter Hall, November 4. 1856, by the

Rev. Thomas M'Crie, D.D., LL.D, Professor of Systematic

Theology and Church History in the College of the Presbyterian

Church in England, ..... 229

David, King of Israel, the Divine Plan and Lessons of his Life. By

the Rev. William Garden Blaikie, A.M. Edinburgh: Constable

& Co. 1856, 230

Parting Counsels, an Exposition of the First Chapter of the Second

Epistle of the Apostle Peter, with Four Additional Discourses.

By John Brown, D.D., Senior Minister of the United Presby-

terian Congregation, Broughton Place, and Professor of Exe-

getical Theology to the United Presbyterian Church. Edin-

burgh: W. Oliphant & Sons. 1856, 231

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Beersheba. By lloratius Bonar, D.D., Kelso. London: James

Nisbet & Co. 1856, 233

Streams from Lebanon. By tbe Rev. William Reid, M.A., Editor

of the " British Messenger," .... 233

The Sabbath, Sabbath Walks, and other Poems. By James

Grahame. Illustrated by Birket Foster. London. 1857, 234

The Book of Job, illustrated with fifty engravings from drawings by

James Gilbert, with Explanatory Notes and Poetical Parallels.

London. 1857 234

The Protestant Theological and Ecclesiastical Encyclopaedia, being

a condensed translation of Ilerzog's Real Encyclopaedia, with

additions from other sources. By the Rev. J. H. Bomberger,

D.I.)., assisted by distinguished Theologians of various Denomi-

nations. Parts I., II., and III. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 235

Man and his Money, its Use and Abuse. By the Rev. W. K. Tweedie,

D.D. London: Nisbct & Co. Second Thousand, . 235

St Panl's Epistle to tbe Galatians. The Text revised and Illustra-

ted by a Commentary, intended principally for the Use of Mi-

nisters and Students in Theology. By Henry T. J. Bagge, B.A., 236

Life in its Lower, Intermediate, and Higher Forms; or Manifesta-

tions of the Divine Wisdom in the Natural History of Animals.

By Philip Henry Gosse, F.R.S. Pp. 370. . . 237

The Exegetical Study of the Original Scriptures, considered in con-

nection with the Training of Theological Students. By Alex-

ander Black, D.D. Edinburgh: Shepherd and Elliot, . 237

Essai d'une Nouvelle Theorie sur les Idees Fondamentales, ou les

Principes de l'Entendement Humain. Par F. Perron, Professeur

de Philosophic a la Facnlte des Lett res, Secretaire perpetuel de

l'Academie de Besancon. Paris: Ladrange. 1843, . 237

Memories of Bethany. By the Author of The Faithful Promiser,

&c. London: Nisbct & Co. 1857, ... 241

Letter to the Editor of the "Scottish Guardian," . . 242

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•IV. BAIKD'S RELIGION IN AMERICA 304

Religion in America; or, An Account of the Origin, Relation to

the State, and Present Condition of the Evangelical Churches of

the United States. With Notices of the Unevangelical Deno-

minations. Bv Robert Baird. New York: Harper & Brothers.

1856.

V. THE REV. DR JAMES MURDOCH, D.D., . . 326

VI. THE LITURGICAL MOVEMENT, . . . .346

1. Eutaxia; or, The Presbyterian Liturgies. Historical Sketches

by a Minister of the Presbvterian Church. New York: M. W.

Dodd. 1855.

2. The Liturgy of the Church of Scotland; or, John Knox's Book
of Common Order, as prescribed by the General Assembly, and
used in the Church of Scotland at and after the Reformation.
Edited and carefully revised by the Rev. John Gumming, M.A.
Minister of the Scotch Church, Crown Court, Little Russell
Street, Covent Garden. London: 1840

3. Mercersbnrg Quarterly Review. July, 1856. Art. 1. Liturgi-
cal Worship. By a Presbyterian Divine.

VII. KANT AND HICKOK, 353

Critique of Pure Reason, Translated from the German of Imma-

nuel Kant, by J. M. Meiklejohn, for Bohn's Philosophical Lib-

rary.

Rational Psychology; or, the Subjective Idea and the Objective

Law of all Intelligence, by Laurens P. Hickok, Professor of

Christian Theology in the Theological Seminary of Auburn.

•VIII. NEW EDITION OF HORNE'S INTRODUCTION TO THE

SCRIPTURES, 385

An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy

Scriptures. By the Rev. Thomas Hartwell Homo, B.D. Tenth

Edition, Revised, Corrected, and brought down to the Present

Time. Edited by the Rev. Thomas Hartwell Home, B.D. (the

Author); the Rev. Samuel Davidson, D.D., LL.D.; and Samuel

Prideaux Tregelles, LL.D. 4 vols. London: Longman,

Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts. 1856.

•IX. MACLEOD WYLIE'S BENGAL AS A FIELD OF MISSIONS, 414

Bengal as a Field of Missions. By Macleod Wylie, Esq., First

Judge of the Calcutta Court of Small Causes. London and

Calcutta: 1854.

'X. LOFTUS' TRAVELS AND RESEARCHES IN CHALDEA

AND SUSIANA 435

Travels and Researches in Cbaldea and Susiana; with an Account
of Excavations at Warka, the "Ercch" of Nimrod, and Shush,
"Shushan the Palace" of Esther, in 1849-52, under the orders
of Major-General Sir W. F. Williams of Kars, Bart., K.C.B.,
M.P.; and also of the Assyrian Excavation Fund in 1853-54.
By William Rennet Loftus, F.G.S. London: Nisbet & Co. 1857.

•XI. HUGH MILLER'S TESTIMONY OF THE ROCKS, . 449

The Testimony of the Rocks; or, Geology in its Bearings on the

Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed. By Hugh Miller. Edin-

burgh: Shepherd & Elliot. 1867.

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