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NEW SERIES, VOL. IX. HE
PUBLISHED BY T. MASON AND G. LANE,
FOR THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, AT THE CONFERENCE OFFICE,
J. Collord, Printer.
ART. I-Wesleyan Methodism in England and America not charge-
able with Schism in separating from the English Esta-
blishment. By Rev. Charles Elliott, A. M., (continued
II.-Review of the Proceedings of the late General Conference,
III.-Sketches of South America. By Rev. J. Dempster, A. M.,
IV.—The Progress and final Triumph of the Gospel. By S.
W. Coggeshall, of the New-England conference,
V.—Observations on Watson's Theological Institutes, No. II.,
(continued from the July No.,)
VI.-Extract from the Twenty-first Report of the American
VII. Religious Education of Children: A Sermon delivered be-
fore the Oneida Annual Conference, Sept. 3, 1837. By
VIII. The Existence and Fall of Satan and his Angels. By J.
H. Young, of the Baltimore annual conference,
Revealed Religion. Delivered in Rome. By Nicholas
Wiseman, D. D., Principal of the English College, and
Professor in the University of Rome. Andover. Gould
XV.-The Witnessing Church: A Sermon delivered in the Great
Queen-street Chapel, London. By the Rev. John Harris,
XVI.-Walking by Faith. By the Rev. R. W. Allen, of the
XVII.-A Brief View of the Causes of the Existing Prejudices
against Classical Learning. By Charles H. Lyon, .
XVIII.-Sketches of Methodism its Rise and Progress on Mont-
gomery Circuit, Baltimore Conference. By Rev. J. H.
XIX.-Review of the Life and Times of George Whitefield.
From the Wesleyan Methodist Magazine,
XX.-Notices of Books,
X.-Paris and the French. By Rev. Abel Stevens, of the
XI.-Demonstration of the Being of a God, from a single law
ART. XXI.—Paris and the French. By Rev. Abel Stevens, of the
New-England conference, (continued from page 134,) 241
XXII.-Sketches of South America. By Rev. J. Dempster, A.
M., Missionary at Buenos Ayres, (continued from p. 65,)
XXIII.—A Review of the Rise and Progress of American Method-
ism. By S. W. Coggeshall, of the New-England conf., . 265
XXIV.—Chronology of Methodism,
XXV. Considerations in favor of the Study of the Ancient Clas-
XXVI.-Calm Review of the Article on the "Existence and Fall
of Satan," &c. By Rev. S. Comfort,
XXVII.-Extemporaneous Speaking: An Address to the Lyceum of
the Oneida Conference Seminary. By Prof. N. Rounds. 309
XXVIII.-Prophecies concerning Ishmael,
XXIX.-Mr. Wesley's Conversion,
XXX.-Jesus Christ very God and very Man: An Essay.
XXXI.—Man saved through Human Instrumentality: An Essay,
XXXIII.-The Acropolis and the Parthenon,
XXXIV.-Lectures on the Inspiration of the Scriptures. By Leo-
XXXVII.-Sketches of South America. By Rev. J. Dempster, A.
M., Missionary at Buenos Ayres,
XXXVIII.-On Pastoral Visiting,
XXXIX. Payson's Life and Writings,
XLI.—On the Modesty becoming a Christian Minister. By
XLIT÷An Address before the Cuvierian Society of the Wesley-
Can University, Middletown, Conn., July 31, 1838. By
Wm.H.Allen, A. M., Professor of Chimistry and Ex-
periment Philosophy, in Dickinson College,
XLIII-Treasures of Knowledge laid open by an acquaintance
with the Ancient Classics. By Charles H. Lyon, Asso-
ciate Principal of the Irving Institute, Tarrytown, N. Y., 443
XLIV. Dr. Fisk's Travels. Travels on the Continent of Europe,
&c. By Wilbur Fisk, D. D. New-York. Harper &
XLV.-Defence of the Existence and Fall of Satan and his An-
XLVI.-System of Education in Prussia,