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ART. I.-1. Aids to Reflection. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Edited
by Henry Nelson Coleridge. 2 vols. Pickering. 1848. 2. Essays on his own Times ; forming a Second Series of the Friend.
By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Edited by his Daughter. 3 vols.
Pickering. 1850. 3. Notes and Lectures upon Shakespeare, with other Literary Remains
of S. T. Coleridge. Edited by Mrs. H. N. Coleridge. 2 vols.
Pickering. 1849. 4. Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit; and some Miscellaneous Pieces.
By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Edited by H. N. Coleridge, Esq.,
M.A. Pickering. 1849. 5. Biographia Literaria ; or, Biographical Sketches of my Literary Life
and Opinions. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Edited by H. N.
Coleridge, and his Widow. 2 vols. Pickering. 1847. 6. General Introduction to the Encyclopædia Metropolitana ; or, a Pre.
liminary Treatise on Method. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Third
Edition. Griffin. All human things are subject to one absolutely universal lawthat of change. Religion itself, the highest of the affairs of man, is not exempted from its operation. There are various proofs that this is the fact; thus, in our personal religious experience we begin by trusting in Jesus as the Saviour of sinners, and thence advance to child-like confidence towards God in Him,
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