•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.
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.
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-
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
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
'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.