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Φιλοσοφίαν δε ου την Στωικήν λέγω, ουδε την πλατωνικήν, ή την 'Επι-
κουρείον τε και 'Αριστοτελικήν· αλλ' όσα είρηται παρ' εκάστη των αιρεσίων
τούτων καλώς, δικαιοσύνης μετά ευσεβούς επιστήμης εκδιδάσκοντα, τούτο
σύμπαν το ΕΚΛΕΚΤΙΚΟΝ φιλοσοφίαν φήμι.

CLEM. ALEX. Strom. L. 1.

LONDON:

JACKSON AND WALFORD,

18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.

1834.

G. WOODFALL, ANGEL COURT, SKINNER STREET, LONDON.

CONTENTS.

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Act for the Amendment and better Administration of the Laws relating to the
Poor. Edited by J. T. Pratt, Esq.

412

Alexander's Examination of the “Reasons for Attachment to the Church of

England”

42

Annuals.—- Amulet, 424; Forget-me-not, 496; Friendship’s Offering and Winter's

Wreath, 424 ; Heath's Picturesque, 424; Keepsake, 496 ; Landscape, 424 ;

Oriental, 424; Illustrations of Heath's Picturesque, Jennings' Landscape, and

the Oriental Annuals

406

Biblical Cabinet ; or hermeneutical, exegetical, and philological library

154

Keepsak e; or Landscape Illustrations of the most remarkable Places men-

tioned in the Scriptures

496

Bickersteth's Christian's Family Library

232

Blakey's Essay towards an easy and useful System of Logic

198

Bow in the Cloud; or, the Negro's Memorial

33

Bulwer's Letter to a Late Cabinet Minister on the present Crisis

507

Burke's, Rt. Hon. Ed., Works, with Essay by Rogers

1

Burnes's Travels into Bokhara, being the Account of a Journey from India to

Cabool, &c.

204

Chant's Chrétiens

265

Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of London, in 1834

517

Choix de Cantiques

Christian Keepsake and Missionary Annual. Edited by Rev. W. Ellis 424, 496

Almanack, for 1835

546

Church Property

170

Conybeare's Elementary Course of Lectures, on the Criticism, Interpretation, and

leading Doctrines of the Bible

93, 525

Copies and Extracts of Letters from Settlers in Upper Canada

331

Cox's Outlines of Lectures on the Book of Daniel

492

Crabbe's Poetical Works, with Life, by his Son

305

Daily Manna, a Text of Scripture, &c. for every Day in the Year

546

Dick’s Lectures on Theology

93

Dymond's Church and the Clergy

42

Edmeston's Fifty Original Hymns

540

Edwards's (Pres.) Works, with Essay by Rogers

181

Evangelical Almanack, for 1835

546

Family Almanack, for 1835

ib.

Faulkner's Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the Evils of our State Church .

41

Félice's Ministère evangélique dans ses Rapports avec l'état actuel des églises re-

formées de France

119

Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap-Book for 1835

424

Halley's Improved Version truly designated a Creed

Hemans's Scenes and Hymns of Life

178

Henderson's Observations on the Colonies of New South Wales and

Van Diemen's

Land

123

Horne's Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures 478

Hunter's Attorney General versus Shore

24

Italy; with Sketches of Spain and ugal. By the Author of “ Vathek”

75

Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Vol. I. Article~-State of

the Swan River Colony. Vol. II.-Article, Progress of the Interior Discovery

in New South Wales

123

Judkin's Church and Home Psalmody

316, 540

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Kidd's Connexion between Church and State unfolded

276

Lang's Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales

123

Letters and Extracts of Letters from Settlers in Upper Canada

331

to a Dissenting Minister of the Congregational Independent Denomination.

By L. S. E.

276

to a Member of Parliament on the present State of Things

325

Literary and Theological Review. Conducted by L. Woods, jun.

338

Literary Intelligence

91, 353, 442, 523

Longfield's Four Lectures on the Poor Laws, delivered Trin. Term, 1834

412

Lorraine's Church Divided

328

Lushington's Remonstrance addressed to the Lord Bishop

of

London, on his

sanction of the Letters signed L. S. E.

517

Lyte's Spirit of the Psalms

316

Meek's Reasons for Attachment and Conformity to the Church of England 276

M'Kerrow's Letters on Church Establishments, in Reply to Rev. H. Stowell

277

More's, Hannah, Works

445

New British Province of South Australia ; or, a Description of the Country

123

Paraphrastic Translation of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans

314

93

Primary Address of the Annual Assembly of the Congregational Union of England

and Wales

87

Pritchard's Scriptural Provision for the Maintenance and Propagation of Chris-

tianity, stated

276

Quarterly Review. No. CIV.

507

Questions, calmly considered, concerning the Church of the living

dagator

42

Ragg's (Thomas) Deity, a Poem, in Twelve Books

357

Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring into the Administration

of the Poop Laws

Roberts's Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of Mrs. Hannah More

Robinson's Unity of the Church

329

Sacred Classics; or, Cabinet Library of Divinity

232

Speech of H. G. Ward, Esq., M.P., on moving certain Resolutions respecting the

Irish Church

42

Stebbing's Church and its Adversaries

41

Stowell's I am a Churchman

279

Sturt's Two Expeditions into the Interior of Southern Australia

Taylor's Philip Van Artevelde; a Dramatic Romance

248

Theological Library. Edited by Ven. Archd. Lyall, and Rev. H. J. Rose

232

Thirty Years' Correspondence between John Jebb, D.D., Bishop of Limerick, and

Alexander Knox, Esq.

Tiark's Conjugation of the Greek Verb, made easy for the Use of Schools

Practical Grammar of the German Language

ib.

Tottie's Plain Statement of the Trusts and recent Administration of Lady Hewley's

Charities

24

Trollope's Belgium and Western Germany in 1833

157

Turner's Sermon, preached in Barley Church

Whately's Remarks on Transportation

124

Works recently published

92, 180, 264, 356, 444, 524

Yates's Letter to the Vice-Chancellor of England .

24

41

THE

ECLECTIC REVIEW,

For JULY, 1834.

Art. I. The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke. With a

Biographical and Critical Introduction, and Portrait after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 2 vols. imp. 8vo. pp. lxxxvi, 1278. London,

1834. THE THE works of Edmund Burke are, to the politician, what the

works of the Fathers are to the theologian, an invaluable treasury of wisdom and eloquence, and an armoury of polemical weapons; and, like them, they furnish authority for the most opposite opinions, so that no one, whatever be his political creed, can fail to find in them something to suit his taste and purpose. Whether, with the acute and able Author of the critical estimate prefixed to the present edition of his works, we ascribe it to the independence of his mind, or whether we account for it by some degree of versatility grafted upon a comprehensive understanding, or by the length of his career, which necessitated his speaking and writing on all subjects under so various predicaments, so it is, that many of his opinions are to be found in the creeds of

all parties ; most of them in some ; but all of them in none.? Consistency of opinion must not be confounded or identified with consistency of principle: the latter is a virtue, the former a perfection of wisdom, to which few of the most gifted minds have attained. The one is demanded by integrity; the other may, by running into obstinacy, degenerate into a fault. Opinions are to principles as accidents to essential substances; and they necessarily partake so much of prejudice and occasion, as to change their colour and aspect under such Auctuating influences. A man's unripe notions will never have the flavour of his maturer knowledge, even if he undergo, in the mean time, no moral revolution. Moreover, as life advances, a wise man, while he becomes more firmly attached to the practical principles which govern his life, and shape and sustain his hopes, becomes less confident in the certainty and efficiency of his opinions, as the calculations of

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