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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
The History of England, from the Accession of James II.
ART. II.-Memoir of Rev. Dr. Milnor,
A Memoir of the Life of James Milnor, D. D., late Rector of St.
George's Church, New York. By the Rev. John S. Stone, D. D.,
Rector of Christ Church, Brooklyn. Published by the American
Tract Society, 150 Nassau Street, New York.
ART. IV.-Present Aspect of Unitarianism,
The Power of Christianity. A Discourse preached at the Dedication
of the house of the thirteenth Congregational Church, in Harrison
Avenue, Boston, May 3, 1848. By J. L. T. Coolidge.
Relation of Christianity to Human Nature. A Sermon preached
at the Ordination of Mr. Frederick N. Knapp, as Colleague Pastor of
the First Congregational Church in Brookline, Mass., on Wednesday,
Oct. 6, 1847. By Henry W. Bellows, Pastor of the Church of the
Divine Unity in New York City.
Christ the Way. A sermon preached at the Ordination of the Rev.
George M. Bartoe, as Minister of the First Church of Christ, in Lan-
caster, Mass., Wednesday, Aug. 7, 1847. By Cyrus A. Bartoe,
ART. V.—The Religious Condition of New England,
Pages from the Ecclesiastical History of New England during the
century between 1740 and 1840. Boston: Dow, 1847. pp. 126.
New Englandism not the Religion of the Bible; being an examina-
tion of a Review of Bishop Brownell's Fourth Charge to his Clergy,
in the New Englander for January, 1844. Hartford: Parsons, 1844.
ART. VI.-Church Missions and Church Extension,
Thirteenth Annual Report of the Domestic Committee, presented at
the Annual Meeting of the Board of Missions, at Providence, R. I.,
Fourth Triennial Report of the Board of Missions to the General Con-
vention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, held in New York, in
1. Dr Bushnell's "God in Christ."-2. Theophany, by Rev. Robert
Turnbull.-3. Bishop'Brownell's Family Prayer-Book.-4. Life of
Rev. Dr. Milnor.-5. Whipple's Essays and Reviews.—6 Appeal to
the Christian Public.-7. Walter Lorimer and other Tales.-8. Wil-
liam Thompson Bacon's Poems.-9. Roman Catholic Almanac.-10.
Ayres' Legends of Montauk.-11. Acton, or the Circle of Life.-
12. Grace Leslie.-13. History of Alexander the Great.-14. Tracts
for Cities.-15. Dr. Totten's Letter.-16. The Beauty of Holiness.-
17. Prof. Knight's Matriculation Address.-18. St. Mary's Hall-
19. The Weekly Eucharist.-20. Report of Colonization Society.—
21. Catalogue of Episcopal Academy of Connecticut.-22. Rev. Dr.
ART. I.-Milton's Prose and Poetical Works,
The Prose Works of John Milton, with a Biographical Introduction.
By Rufus W. Griswold. Philadelphia: H. Hooker, 1845.
A Treatise on Christian Doctrine, Compiled from the Holy Scripture
alone. By John Milton. Translated from the original by Charles
R. Sumner, M. A., Librarian and Historiographer to his Majesty,
and Prebendary of Canterbury. Boston: 1825.
ART. II.-Prof. Stuart on the Wine Question,
Scriptural View of the Wine Question, in a Letter to the Rev. Dr.
Nott, by M. Stuart, Prof. in the Theol. Sem. at Andover. New
ART. III.-Translation of the Syriac Ignatian Epistles, 194
ART. IV.-Miss Strickland's Queens of England,
Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquests-with
Anecdotes of their Courts. Now first published from official docu-
ments, private as well as public. By Agnes Strickland. Philadel-
ART. V.-Noel's Church and State.
Essay on the Union of Church and State.
Noel, M. A. New York: Harper &
ART. VI.-Morell's Philosophy of Religion,
The Philosophy of Religion. By J. D. Morell, A. M., Author of the
History of Modern Philosophy, &c. New York: D. Appleton & Co.
ART. VII.-Layard's Remains of Nineveh,
Nineveh and its Remains; with an account of a visit to the Chaldean
Christians of Kurdistan, and the Yezidis, or Devil-worshipers; and
an inquiry into the Manners and Arts of the Ancient Assyrians.
By Austen Henry Layard, Esq., D. C. L. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1849.
The Encyclical Letter of Pius IX. Gaeta, 1849.
1. Nineveh and its Remains.-2. What does Dr. Bushnell mean?-3.
Ancient Geography and History.-4. Curzon's Visits to Monasteries
in the Levant.-5. Tales of a Traveler.-6. The Crayon Miscellany.-
7. Tyng's Lectures.-8. Williams' Thoughts on the Gospel Mira-
cles.-9. Montague's Narrative of the Expedition to the Dead Sea.-
10. Moore's Poems.-11. Manning's Sermons.-12. Turnbull's Gen-
ius of Italy.-13. Fields' Good and Bad in the Roman Catholic
Church.-14. Hoyt's Sketches of Life and Landscape.-15. Murdock's
Mosheim's Institutes.-16. Willard's Last Leaves of American His-
tory.-17. Book of Common Prayer.-18. Cecil and his Dog-
19. Dutton's Sketch of Deacon Beers.-20. Southern Literary Mes-
senger.-21. American Journal of Science and Arts.-22. Bishop
of Fredericton's Charge and Sermon.-23. Catalogue of Gen. Theol.
Seminary.-24. Swords' Pocket Almanac.-25. Duer's New York
as it was.-26. Stranger in the Church.-27. Filial Duty. 28. Dr.
Upfold's Practical Charity.-29. Mr. Lee's Stranger at Home.-
30. Catalogue of Burlington College.-31. Bishop Doane's Ordi-
ART. I-Early Clergy of Connecticut,
The Life of Samuel Johnson, D. D., First President of King's [Colum-
bia] College, N. Y., etc. By Rev. T. B. Chandler, D. D. 12mo.
History of the Church in Newtown, [Rev. D. Burhans'.] Churchman's
American Biography and Historical Dictionary. By William Allen,
D. D., Pres. Bowdoin College. pp. 800, 8vo. 1832.
Missions of the Church of England in N. A. Colonies. By Ernest
Hawkins, B. D. pp. 448, 8vo. 1845.
A Friendly Expostulation, &c. By [Rev.] J[ohn] B[each.] pp. 48,
Early Churchmen of Connecticut. By A. B. Chapin. pp. 28. 8vo. 1839.