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200 MULBERRY-STREET.

JOSEPH LONGKING, PRINTER.

1851.

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CONTENTS OP VOL. XXXIII.-1851.

JANUARY NUMBER.

ARTICLE PAGK

L DIVINE AGENCY IN MATERIAL PHENOMENA 9

By Rev. J. Cummings, Boston, Mass.

1. Of the Divine Agency in the Production of Material Phenomena.

Art. VII. Bibliotheca Sacra, May, 1848.

2. Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation.

3. Works on Natural Science.

IL THE PRESENT STATE OF ASTRONOMY 32

By Professor Hackley, Columbia College.

Outlines of Astronomy. By Sir John F. W. Hersohel.

TTT. CAMPBELL'S LIFE AND LETTERS . . . .v * . 64

1. Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell. Edited by William Beattie,

M. D., one of his Executors.

2. The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell, complete; with a Me-

moir, &c.

IV. THE YOUNG MEN OF THE CHURCH 86

By Rev. S. Olin, D. D., President of the Wesleyan University.

V. THE INCARNATION 114

By Rev. D. W. Clark, D. D., New-York.

1. God in Christ: Three Discourses delivered at New-Haven, Cam-

bridge, and Andover, with a Preliminary Dissertation on Language. By

Horace Bushnell.

2. The Doctrine of the Incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ, in its

Relation to Mankind and to the Church. By Robert Isaac Wilber-

Force, A M., Archdeacon of East Riding.

3. Theophany; or, the Manifestation of God in Jesus Christ. By

Robert Tubnbull.

4. The Person and Work of Christ. By Ernest Sartorius, D. D.,

General Superintendent and Consistorial Director of Konigsberg, Prussia.

Translated by C. S. Stearns, A. M.

5. Letters on the Eternal Sonship of Christ. By Rev. William Beau-

Champ, with an Introductory Essay, by Leroy M. Lee, D. D.

VL NEANDER 143

VIL LEXICOGRAPHY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT 156

A Greek and English Lexicon of the New Testament. By Edward

Robinson, D. D., LL. D., Professor, &c.

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VIE SHORT REVIEWS AND NOTICES OP BOOKS 164

1. Bin-nap's Discourses, p. 164.—2. Bangs on the Present State of the

Methodist Episcopal Church, p. 164.-3. Putnam's World's Progress,

p. 165.—4. Mayhew on Popular Education, p. 165.—5. Clark on Mental

Discipline, p. 165.—6. Putz's Hand-book of Mediaeval Geography and

History, p. 166.—7. Smyth on the Unity of the Races, p. 166.—8. How-

itt's Country Tear-Book, p. 166.—9. Abbott's Histories of Madame Ro-

land, and of Xerxes, p. 166.—10. Success in Life, p. 167.—11. The

Gospel its own Advocate, p. 167.—12. The Token of Friendship, p. 167.

—13. Hanna's Life of Chalmers, p. 167.—14. Five Years in South Africa,

p. 167.—15. Autobiography of Leigh Hunt, p. 168.—16. Life of John

Foster, p. 168.—17. Woodbury's German Grammar, p. 168.—18. The Emi-

nent Dead, p. 168.—19. Hopkins' History of the Confessional, p. 169.—

20. Evangelism in the Nineteenth Century, p. 169.—21. Churches and

Sects of the United States, p. 169.—22. Loomis's Recent Progress of

Astronomy, p. 169.—23. Iconographic Encyclopaedia, p. 170.—24. Church's

Calculus, p. 170.—25. Williams' Religious Progress, p. 170.—26. Fow-

ler's English Literature, p. 171.—27. Griffiths' Marine and Naval Archi-

tecture, p. 171.—28. Pamphlets, &c., p. 171.

IX. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE 172

Letter Apostolical of Pope Pius IX 172

X. LITERARY INTELLIGENCE 176

Theological.—European 176

American 183

Classical And Miscellaneous.—European 184

American 185

I. PHILOSOPHY AND FAITH 185

By G. F. Holmes, Burk's Garden, Va.

1. An Historical and Critical View of the Speculative Philosophy of

Europe in the Nineteenth Century. By J. D. Morell, A. M.

2. Essais sur la Philosophic et la Eeligion au XIX. Siecle. Par Emlle

Saisset, Agrege* a la Faculte des Lettres de Paris.

IL THE USE OF MATHEMATICS IN EDUCATION 218

The Logic and Utility of Mathematics, with the best methods of

instruction explained and illustrated. By Chaeles Davie S, LL. D.

IIL ELIZABETH FRY 226

1. Memoir of the Life of Elizabeth Fry, with Extracts from her Let-

ters and Journal, &c. Edited by two of her Daughters.

2. Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth Fry. By Rev. Thomas Timpson.

IV. BISHOP BUTLER 247

By Rev. G. R. Crooks, Pottstown, Pa.

1. Memoirs of the Character and Writings of Joseph Butleb, D. C.L.,

Late Lord Bishop of Durham. By Thomas Baetlett, A. M., Rector of

Kingston, Kent.

2. The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitu-

tion and Course of Nature, &c., &c. With a life of the Author, Copious

Notes, and Index. By William Fitzgebald, A M., Professor of Moral

Philosophy in the University of Dublin.

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V. SPIRITUAL INTERPRETATION OF ISAIAH IV ..... 262

By Rev.N. Rounds, Wilkesbarre, Penn.

VL AN EARNEST MINISTRY 270

By F. Saunders, New-York.

An Earnest Ministry the Want of the Times. By John Antgell

James. With an Introduction, by Rev. J. B. Condit, D.D., of Newark,

New-Jersey.

VII. SIR THOMAS BROWNE 280

By Rev. B. H. Nadal, Baltimore, Md.

The Complete Works of Sir Thomas Browne, collected and edited,

with a New Memoir, Notes, and Introduction. By Simok Wilkin, F.L.S.

VIH. DIVINE PROVIDENCE 292

IX. REV. JOSEPH ENTWISLE 305

Memoir of the Rev. Joseph Entwisle, fifty-four years a Wesleyan

Minister; with copious extracts from his Journals and Correspondence.

By his Son.

X MECHANICS 319

1. An Elementary Treatise on Mechanics, prepared for the under-

graduate course in the Wesleyan University. By Augustus W. Smith,

LL. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.

2. Elements of Natural Philosophy. By W. H. C. Baetlett, LL. D.,

Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy in the United States

Military Academy, West Point. Lecture I.—Mechanics.

XL SHORT REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS 321

1. Class Leader's Manual, p. 321.—2. Andrews' Latin Lexicon, 322.—

3. Adams' New-Testament Church Members, p. 322.-4. Memoirs of Mrs.

Hawkes, p. 323.-5." Mattison's Primary Astronomy, p. 323.-6. King's Ge-

ology and Religion, p. 323.—7. Lord Holland's Reminiscences, p. 323.

—8. Wilberforce's Practical View, p. 324.-9. Reid's Essays, p. 324.—

10. Stewart's Active and Moral Powers, p. 324.—11. Hackley's Trigonome-

try, p. 324.—12. Brown on the Second Advent, p. 325.—13. Brewer's

Guide, p. 326.—14. Dickinson's Responses, p. 326.—15. Smith's Clas-

sical Dictionary, p. 326.—16. James' Christian Professor, p. 327.—

17. Leyburn's Soldier of the Cross, p. 327.—18. The Queens of Scotland,

£, 327.—19. Loomis'ArjalyticalGeometry and Calculus, p. 327.—20. Bohn's
ibraries, p. 328.—21. Kitto's Daily Bible Illustrations, p: 328.-22. Chee-

ver's Island World of the Pacific, p. 328.-23. Deems' Family Worship,

p. 329.-24. Two Tears in Upper India, p. 329.-25. The Fathers of

the Desert, p. 329.-26. Letters of Viscountess Powerscourt, p. 330.—

27. Life of Southey, p. 330.—28. Life of Dr. Waugh, p. 330.—29. Foot-

Prints of the Creator, p. 330.—30. Abbott's Franconia Stories, p. 331.—

31. Gilfillan's Bards of the Bible, p. 331.—32. The Broken Bud, Tk 331.—

33. Gaussen's Theopneusty, p. 331.—34. Latta's Chain of Sacred Wonders,

p. 331.—35. Wise's Young Man's Counsellor, p. 332.-36. Lossing's Pic-

torial Field Book, p. 332.-37. Schmitz and Zumpt's Livy, p. 332.—

38. Champlin's JBschines, p. 332.—39. Sermons by Wesleyan Ministers,

p. 332.—40. The Listener, p. 332.—41. Green Pastures, p. 333.-42. An-

nual of Scientific Discovery, p. 333.—43. Bangs' Letters on Sanctifica-

tion, p. 333.-44. The Old Red Sand-stone, p. 333.

XH. MISCELLANIES 335

On the relation of the theory of "inherent properties in matter,

working by general laws," to the doctrine of a special Providence, and

free agency p. prayer and other actions.

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