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ART. VIII.-1. The Divine Warning to the Church at this Time.
By the Rev. E. Bickersteth. 2. The Principle of Free In-
quiry and Private Judgment, and its Special Importance in
Apostolic Christianity; or, the People's Antidote against Romanism and
Puseyism. By the Rev. J. Godkin,
Bibliotheca Clericalis; a Catalogue of the Clerical Library and Reading
Rooms, 21, 22, and 23, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields,
PART II.-CRITICAL NOTICES.
Israel Restored; or, the Spiritual Claims of the Jews upon the Christian
Church: Lectures delivered during Lent, 1841, at the Episcopal
Chapel, West Street, London, by Twelve Clergymen of the Church of
Popular Objections to the Premillenial Advent, and to the Study of the
Prophetic Scriptures considered. By George Ogilvie, Esq., of Cove, 111
The Triumphs of Truth; or, Facts displaying the value and power of the
Useful Hints to Teachers; published under the direction of the Com-
mittee of the Home and Colonial Infant School Society,
Missions; an Essay, designed to evince, according to the Scriptures, the
Present Bearing and Probable Results of Missionary Enterprise. By
Joy and Peace in Believing, or, Hints for obtaining the Blessing.
Mrs R. L. Hopper. Fruits of Joy and Peace in Believing. Letter
Anti-Popery; or, Popery Unreasonable, Unscriptural, and Novel. By
CONTENTS OF No. LXI.
ART. I.-On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History.
Six Lectures. By THOMAS CARLYLE.
ART. II.—The Revelation of St John, Literal and Future, being an
Exposition of that Book, to which are added Remarks
in Refutation of the Ideas that the Pope is the Man
of Sin, and that Popery is the Apostacy predicted by
St Paul. By the Rev. R. GOVETT, jun., A.M., Fellow
of Worcester College, Oxford, and Curate of St
ART. III.—The Communion Office for the Use of the Church of
Scotland, as far as concerneth the Ministration of that
The Scottish Communion Office Examined, and Proved
to be Repugnant to Scripture, &c. By the Rev. D.
On the Important Discrepancy between the Church of
England and the Scottish Episcopal Community, &c.
on the Scottish Communion Office of 1765.
Rev. EDWARD CRAIG, A.M. Oxon. And Supplement
The Episcopal Church in Scotland. Extracted from the
Churchman's Monthly Review,' for January 1843.
A Letter to some of the Members of the Vestry of St
John's Chapel, in reference to the Scottish Commu-
nion Office. By the Rev. DANIEL BAGOT, Minister of
ART. IV. Sermons by the Rev. Robert Bruce, Minister of Edin-
burgh, with Collections for his Life. By the Rev.
ROBERT WODROW, Minister of Eastwood. Now first
published from the Manuscript in the Library of the
ART. V.-1. To the People of Scotland in general, and in particu-
lar to the Friends of the Church of Christ throughout
the land, the Affectionate Representation of Ministers
2. Pastoral Address by the General Assembly of the
PART II.-CRITICAL NOTICES.
The Highlands, the Scottish Martyrs, and other Poems. By the Rev.
Second Causes; or, Up and be Doing. By Charlotte Elizabeth,
Illustrations of Scripture, &c. By the late Prof. G. Paxton, D.D. Third
Edition, revised and greatly enlarged by the Rev. R. Jamieson, Minis-
ter of Currie. Vol. III.-Natural History. Vol. IV.-Geography,
The Old and New Covenants. By D. Russell, D.D., Dundee. Second
Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews from the Church of Scot-
The Restitution of all Things.
The Works of William Jay. Vol. VI.-The Christian Contemplated, in
Damascus, or, Conversion in relation to the Grace of God and the Agency
of Man. An Essay by D. E. Ford,
A Memoir of Ebenezer Birrel, late of Stepney College, London. By his
Cyclopædia of Biblical Literature. By John Kitto, Editor of the Picto-
rial Bible. Assisted by various able Scholars and Divines. Parts 1, 2,
The Real Opinions of the most Eminent Reformers regarding the Sab-
bath, carefully examined, &c. By the Rev. Patrick Fairbairn, Minis-
The Seven Churches of Asia. By the Rev. J. A. Wallace, Minister of
Orthodoxy is not Evangelism: being a Letter of Remonstrance, in the
Name of Christ, to all Orthodox Ministers, Preachers, and Professors
of the Gospel, in the Establishment or out of it. By a Probationer of
The Character, History, Death, and Resurrection of the Two Witnesses.
A Dark Night at hand, or a plain and practical exposition of the Two
Witnesses in the Apocalypse. By the Rev. R. Macdonald, Blairgowrie, 282
The Law of the Land, regarding the independent jurisdiction of the
Church of Scotland, as expounded in the opinions of the minority of
the Scottish Judges in the Stewarton Case.
The Bible Argument for a Free Church, &c. By the Rev. J. Macbeath,
Minister of Laurieston, Glasgow.
Messiah, Governor of the Nations of the Earth, a Discourse first publish-
ed in 1803. By the late Rev. A. Macleod. With a Sketch of the
The Duty and the Liberty of a Christian Church asserted against Popery,
Puseyism, and Erastianism. By the Rev. Andrew Gray, A.M., Perth, ib.
Thirza, or the attractive power of the Cross. Translated from the Ger-
man. With a Recommendatory Notice by the Rev. R. S. Candlish,
ART. I. The Scottish Prelatic Communion Office,
ART. II. 1. Saving Faith as laid down in the word of God and
maintained in the Confessions of the Reformed
2. The Great Propitiation. By JOSEPH TRUMAN, (1672.)
ART. III.-Pastoral Recollections, addressed to his Parishioners at
the close of his Ministrations in the Establishment;
to which is added a Discourse preached before the
General Assembly of the Protesting Church of Scot-
land. By the Rev. JOHN A. WALLACE, Hawick,
ART. IV. The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge; col-
lected and edited by HENRY NELSON COLERIDGE,
ART. V.-Hints to Students of Divinity, &c. By JOHN BROWN, D.D. 373
ART. VI.-Annals of the Persecution in Scotland, from the Resto-
ration to the Revolution. By JAMES AIKMAN, Esq. 387
ART. VII.-1. Thoughts on the Importance of Raising up a New
2. Statements respecting Hospitals in China. By Rev.
PETER PARKER, M.D., Medical Missionary of the
American Board of Foreign Missions in China.
3. The Nestorians; or, the Lost Tribes. By ASAHEL
4. Transactions and Reports of the Syrian Medical-Aid
5. Address to Students of Medicine at the Scottish
Universities. By the Edinburgh Association for
PART II.-CRITICAL NOTICES.
Farewell Sermon delivered on Sunday Evening, August 6, 1843, in
Bishopwearmouth Church. By the Rev. C. P. MILES, B.A., Curate of
The Prelatical Doctrine of the Apostolical Succession Examined, and the
Protestant Ministry Defended against the Assumptions of Popery and
High-Churchism, in a Series of Lectures. By THOMAS SMYTH, Pastor
of the Second Presbyterian Church, Charleston, S.C.
Shiloh's Sceptre, or the Signs of the Times. By the Rev. THOMAS WAT-
SON, M.A., Minister of St Philip's, Granville Square.
Brief Expositions of the Epistles to the Seven Churches of Asia. By
the Rev. R. M'CHEYNE: being notes taken by a hearer at the weekly
An Ecclesiastical Catechism of the Presbyterian Church, for the use of
Families, Bible Classes, and Private Members. By THOMAS SMYTH,
Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Charleston.
Traditions of the Covenanters: or, Gleanings among the Mountains. By
Bicentenary of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, held at Edin-
burgh July 12th and 13th 1843, containing a full and Authentic Re-