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For remarkable Passages in the Criticisms, Extracts, Notices, and
Adams-Remembrance of Bonchurch, the Burial-place of the Rev. W. Adams, M.A., 476.
Adhyatma Rámáyana— Indian Manuscripts, Mahábhárata, Adhyatma Rámáyana, 404.
Aitcheson's Strictures on the Duke of Argyll's Essay, 482.
Alfred the Great, Life and Times of. By the Rev. J. A. Giles, D.C.L., 217. Alison's History of Europe, Epitome of, 205. Allies-Journal in France in 1845 and
1848. By the Rev. T. W. Allies, M.A., 210.
Anderdon-The Words from the Cross-
Anderson-History of the Church of Eng-
Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster, 212.
Apocalyptic Beasts, Name and Number of
the. By David Thom, Minister of Bold Street Chapel, Liverpool, 195. Argyll-Correspondence between His Grace the Duke of Argyll, and the Right Rev. W. J. Trower, Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, 226.
Armstrong-Proposed Measure for establishing Penitentiaries. By the Rev. J. Armstrong, Vicar of Tidenham, 17. Aytoun-Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers,
and other Poems. By William Edmonstoune Aytoun, 196.
Badeley-Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister prohibited by Holy Scripture, as understood by the Church for 1500 years. By E. B. Pusey, D.D., and a Speech by E. Badeley, Esq., 458. Balmez-Protestantism and Catholicity compared in their effects on the Civilization of Europe. By the Rev. J. Balmez, 438.
Bampton Lectures for 1848-The Christian doctrine of Sanctification considered. VOL. XI.
By the Rev. Edward Garrard Marsh M.A., 218.
Baptism, with reference to its Import and Modes. By Edward Beecher, D.D., 482.
Bennett-Marriage within the Prohibited Degrees forbidden in Scripture. By
Hugh Bennett, M.A., Curate of Lyme Regis, Dorset, 159. Berens-Memoir of the Life of Bishop Mant. By his sometime Brother-Fellow Archdeacon Berens, 462. Bernays-The Life of Christians during the First Three Centuries of the Church. By Dr. Chr. Ludw. Conard. Translated by the Rev. L. J. Bernays, 223. Biber-The Life of St. Paul, the Apostle of the Gentiles. By the Rev. G. E. Biber, LL.D., 439.
Bigg-The Sea King, a Metrical Romance, in Six Cantos. By J. Stanyan Bigg, 205. Birkett-The Trial of Creation, and other Poems. By the Rev. W. Birkett, M.A., 205.
Blackley · Scriptural Teaching; or, a Pastor's Offering to his People. By the Rev. W. Blackley, B.A., Domestic Chaplain to Viscount Hill, 425. Blakey-The Temporal Benefits of Christianity exemplified in its influence on the Social, Intellectual, Civil, and Political Condition of Mankind. By Robert Blakey, 457. Böhtlingk-Panini's Grammatische Regeln. Von Br. Otto Böhtlingk, 405. Bonchurch, Remembrance of the Burialplace of the Rev. W. Adams, M.A., 476. Brandenburg, Memoir of the House of, and History of Prussia, during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. By Leopold Ranke. Translated by Sir Alex. and Lady Duff Gordon, 481. Browning-Poems, by Robert Browning,
Butler-Sermons, Doctrinal and Practical. By the Rev. W. Archer Butler. Edited, with a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. Thomas Woodward, 255.
Camlan-Lays from the Cimbric Lyre, with various Verses. By Goronva Camlan, 448.
Canada-Smith's Canadian Gazetteer, 201. Canadian Life, Sketches of, Lay and
Ecclesiastical. By a Presbyter of the Diocese of Toronto, 458. Catechesis; or, Christian Instruction preparatory to Confirmation and First Communion. By the Rev. Charles
Wordsworth, 457. Catechetical Lectures on the Incarnation and Childhood of our Lord Jesus Christ. By the Rev. James Hicks, 441. Catechism compiled for young persons. By Edward Ramsay, Dean of Edinburgh, 208.
Catechism of the Church of England,
"Catholic" Poor-School Committee, First
Christian Doctrine, System of. By Dr.
Robert Montgomery, M. A., and John
Christian Life, the. A Manual of Sacred
Christians, the Life of, during the First Three Centuries of the Church. By Dr. Chr. Ludw. Conard. Translated by the Rev. L. J. Bernays, 223. Christianity, the Temporal Benefits of, exemplified in its influence on the Social, Intellectual, Civil, and Political Condition of Mankind. By Robert Blakey, 457.
Christian Scholar, the. By the Rev.
Isaac Williams, 445.
Church and State, Essay on the Union
of. By Baptist Wriothesley Noel, 286. Church and State, Letter on the Actual Relations between. By the Hon. Richard Cavendish, 387.
Church, Elements of Instruction concern
ing the. By Chr. Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster, 477. Church Extension and Reform, a Plan of, submitted to Lord John Russell. With Remarks by J. C. Colquhoun, Esq., 52. Church of our Fathers, the, as seen in St. Osmund's Rite for Salisbury Cathedral. By Daniel Rock, D.D., 475. Civilization of Europe-Protestantism and Catholicity compared in their effects on the Civilization of Europe. By the Rev. J. Balmez. Translated by C. J. Hansford and R. Kershaw, 438. Clarke-Thoughts in Verse, from a Village Churchman's Note-Book. By the Rev. Samuel Childs Clarke, 208. Colonies, History of the Church of England in the. By the Rev. J. S. M. Anderson, M.A., 480.
Colonization, Stray Suggestions on.
Committee of Council on Education, Minutes of the, 1847-8, 94.
Conard The Life of Christians during the First Three Centuries of the Church. By Dr. Chr. Ludw. Conard. Translated by the Rev. L. J. Bernays, 223.
Confirmation, the Order of. By the Rev.
Corner-Every Child's History of Eng-
Cureton's Corpus Ignatiunum, 482.
Cyclops Christianus; an Argument to disprove the Antiquity of Stonehenge, and other Megalithic Erections in England and Brittany. By A. Herbert, 462.
Daily Services, the, of the United Church
Dickens- The Haunted Man, and the
Discourses on the Life of Christ; or, the principal Events in the personal History of the Redeemer. By the Rev. W. de Burgh, 215.
Dodsworth-The Signs of the Times. Ser
mons preached in Advent, 1848. By the Rev. W. Dodsworth, M. A., Perpetual Curate of Christ-Church, St. Pancras, 435.
Dressmakers and Milliners, Report of the Association for the Aid and Benefit of, 1. Drury-Friends and Fortune. A Moral Tale. By Anna Harriet Drury, 223.
Education, Minutes of the Committee of
English Review, Letter to the Editor of
tory. By the Rev. W. Sloane Evans, B. A., Trinity College, Cambridge, 481 Evans-The Statutes of the Fourth General Council of Lateran recognised and established by subsequent Councils. By the Rev. John Evans, M. A., 463.
Farindon-Sermons of the Rev. Anthony Farindon, B. D. With a Life of the Author. By the Rev. Thomas Jackson, 443.
Florentine History. By Capt. Henry Edward Napier, R.N., 18.
Flowers, the Church's; or, Sertum Ecclesiæ, 196.
Ford's Gospel of St. Mark, 482.
the Rev. Samuel Fox, M.A., 476. Franks A Book of Ornamental Glazing Quarries, collected and arranged from ancient examples. By Augustus Wollaston Franks, B.A., 442.
Fraser on Holy Confirmation, 482.
Friends and Fortune. A Moral Tale.
Germany Religious Movements in the Nineteenth Century, in. By Charles Herbert Cottrell, Esq., M.A., 428. Gibbings-Roman Forgeries and Falsifications, an Examination of counterfeit and corrupted Records. By the Rev. Richard Gibbings, M.A., 201.
Giles-Life and Times of King Alfred the Great. By the Rev. J. A. Giles, D.C.L., 217. Gilly-The Romaunt Version of the Gospel of St. John, from MSS. preserved in Trin. Col. Dublin, and in the Bibliothèque du Roi, Paris, 215. Girondins, Histoire des. By Monsieur de Lamartine, 74.
Gita Govinda, Interpretationem Latinam adjecit Christianus Lassen, 405. Glazing Quarries, a Book of Ornamental, collected and arranged from ancient examples. By Augustus W. Franks, B.A., 442.
Godfrey Davenant at College. By the Rev. W. E. Heygate, M.A., 214. Gospels, the Four; with Annotations. By the Bishop of Lichfield and Archdeacon Hale, 202.
Gray-Lectures on the Use of Money. Delivered before the Members of the Edinburgh Phil. Institution. By John Grey, 213.
Grey-Earl Grey's Circular (a memento), 467.
Hale-The Four Gospels, with Annota-
Hansford-Protestantism and Catholicity compared in their effects on the Civilization of Europe. By Rev. J. Balmez.