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EDINBURGH: BALFOUR AND JACK, PRINTERE
CONTENTS OF No. LVII.
ART. I.-Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews from the
Church of Scotland in 1839,
ART. II.- Isaiah Unfulfilled ; being an Exposition of the Prophet,
with new version and critical notes. By the Rev. R.
Govett, Jun., M.A., Fellow of Worcester College, Ox-
ford, and Curate of St Stephens, Norwich, . 186
ART. III. -The Works of the Rev. J. Berridge, A.M., Vicar of
Everton; with a Memoir of his Life, numerous Letters,
Anecdotes, Outlines of Sermons, &c. By the Rev. R.
Whittingham, Vicar of Potton, . , . 198
ART. IV.-Life of Lieutenant-General Hugh Mackay of Scoury,
Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Scotland, 1689–
1690; Colonel Commandant of the Scottish Brigade
in the service of the States-General, and a Privy Coun-
cillor in Scotland. By the late John Mackay, Esq. of
Rockfield. With a Memoir of the Author,
ART. V. - Oxford Tractarianism, the Scottish Episcopal College,
and the Scottish Episcopal Church: substance of a
Speech delivered before the Presbytery of Perth the
30th of March 1842. By the Rev. Andrew Gray, A.M.,
Minister of the West Church, Perth,
ART. VI.-History of the Church of Scotland during the Common-
wealth. By the Rev. James Beattie,
Part II.-CRITICAL NOTICES.
The Pastor's Assistant, Nos. I. and II.
History of the Great Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, in Germany,
Switzerland, &c. By J. H. Merle D'Aubigne. Vol. III. .
Puseyism Unmasked. Sketches for the Times, &c. By the author of
" God is Love,” « Baptism, a Tract for the Times.”
Dr Pusey Answered, in a Letter addressed to his Grace the Lord Arch-
bishop of Canterbury. By the Rev. W. Atwell, A.M. . .
History of the French Revolution, with special reference to the fulfilment
of Prophecy; with a Treatise on the approaching fall of the Mahomme-
dan and Papal power, and the cleansing the Jewish sanctuary. By the
Rev. Frederick Fysh, M.A.
Letters Addressed by the Rev. H. J. Prince, to his Christian Brethren,
at St David's College, Lampeter.
The Works of William Jay, collected and revised by himself. Vols. I. and II. 260
The Hope of Israel; an Exposition in a Course of Advent Sermons. By
the Rev. H. Gudlestone."
Statement of the Scriptural Argument against Patronage.
Wilson, Minister of Carmylie. .
Essays for Sabbath Reading. By J. Greaves.
The Exclusive Claims of Puseyite Episcopalians to the Christian Minis-
try Indefensible: with an Inquiry into the Divine Right of Episcopacy,
and the Apostolic Succession; and a Series of Letters to the Rev. Dr
Pusey. By John Brown, D.D., Minister of Langton, Berwickshire. ib.
A Body of Divinity treated according to the Order of the Dispensations.
By the Very Reverend Daniel Dewar, D.D., LL.D.
Additional Remarks on the proposed alteration of the Scottish Poor Laws,
and of the administration thereof. By David Monypenny, Esq. of Pit-
milly, formerly one of the Senators of the College of Justice... 262
African Light thrown on a Selection of Scripture Texts. By the Rev.
John Campbell, late Minister of Kingsland Chapel, London; Author
of Travels in Africa, &c. Second edition, with a Biographical Sketch
of the Author.
The Church in the House.
: : : 264
Remembering Zion, to Scotchmen in London.
The Practice of Piety, directing a Christian how to walk that he may
please God. By Lewis Bayley, D.D. New edition, with biographical
preface by the Editor, Grace Webster.
The Oriental Christian Spectator. Vols. I. and II. Second series. . ib.
Ebenezer; a Narrative of the Lord's Dealings with one of his Ancient
People. By J. G. Lazarus, Superintendent of the Liverpool Institution
for Inquiring and Converted Jews.
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. .
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. .
PROCEEDINGS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND
CONTENTS OF No. LVIII.
ART. I.-The Exclusive Claims of Puseyite Episcopalians to the
Christian Ministry Indefensible; with an Inquiry into
the Divine Right of Episcopacy and the Apostolical
Succession: in a series of Letters to the Rev. Dr Pusey.
By John Brown, D.D., Minister of Langton, Berwick-
shire, . . .
ART. II.-The Great Awakening: a History of the Revival of Re-
ligion in the time of Edwards and Whitefield. By
Joseph Tracy, .
ART. III.-1. The Great Commission. By the Rev. John Har-
ris, D.D. 2. Missions: their Authority, Scope, and
Encouragement. By the Rev. R. W. Hamilton. 3.
The Jubilee of the World. By the Rev. John M Far-
lane, .. . .
. . 362
ART. IV, -The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit. By the Rev.
James Buchanan, one of the ministers of the High
Church, Edinburgh, &c., . .
Part II.-Critical Notices.
The Theory and Desirableness of Revivals; being Six Sermons by the
Rev. Albert Barnes of New York,
The Messiah as an Example. By the author of “ Think on
Notes on the Acts of the Apostles. By Albert Barnes,
Notes on the Epistle to the Corinthians. By Albert Barnes,
Complete in Christ. By the author of « Visit to my Birthplace,"
"Thoughts in Suffering,” “Glory, Glory, Glory."
The Dew of Hermon; or the True Source of Christian Unity. By the
Rev. James Hamilton, Minister of the National Scotch Church, Regent
History of Christian Missions from the Reformation to the present time.
By JAMES A. Huie, . .
i . ib.
What will this Babbler say? By the Rev. W. Pym, M. A., .
The Works of William Jay; collected and revised by himself. Vol. III. 418
The Charlincb Revival; or, an account of the remarkable work of grace
which has lately taken place at Charlinch in Somersetshire. By the
Rev. H. J. Prince, late curate of Charlinch, . .
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, .
. . 423
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE,—Present Position of the Church, 432