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IND E X
For remarkable Passages in the Criticisms, Extracts, Notices, and
Intelligence, see the Index at the end of the Volume.
Achilli-Dealings with the Inquisition; or,
Papal Rome, her Priests and her Jesuits; with Important Disclosures. By the Rev. Giacinto Achilli, D.D., late Prior and
Visitor of the Dominican Order, 322. Adult Evening Schools-4 Letter to the
Bishop of Norwich. By a Country
Curate, 221. Albertus Magnus The Treatise of,—“Of
Adhering to God.” A translation from
the Latin, 214. Amari-History of the War of the Sicilian
Vespers. By Michele Amari. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by the
Earl of Ellesmere, 25. Ancient Coins and Medals-An Historical
Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Coining Money in Greece and the Colonies.
By Henry Noel Humphreys, 192. Anderson—" The Present Crisis ;" Four
Sermons. By the Rev. J. S. M. An
derson, 220. Angels Lectures on the Scripture Revela
tions respecting Good and Evil Angels.
By a Country Pastor, 212. “ Assertions not Proofs"-An Examina
tion of the Rev. D. Wilson's Appeal, 221. Auricular Confession--A Sermon. With
Notes and an Appendix. By W. F. Hook, D.D., Vicar of Leeds, 249.
Berens — Twenty-three Short Lectures on
the Church Catechism. By Archdeacon
Berens, 207. Bishop of London, Charge of the, in 1842,
Bainbridge Smith - The Church in the
World; or, the Living among the Dead.
mon at Haverstock-hill. By the Rev. J.
Baines, 220. Baker-A Plea for “ Romanizers," so
called. A Letter to the Bishop of London. By the Rev. Arthur Baker,
111. Beaven-Elements of Natural Theology.
By James Beaven, D.D., Professor of
192. Bennett, Rev. W. J. E.-A Farewell
Letter to his Purishioners, 111.
111. Bishop of London, Charge of the, in No
vember, 1850, 111. Borrow-Lavengro: the Scholar, the
Gipsy, the Priest. By George Borrow.
Author of “The Bible in Spain," 362. Bosanquet—" Substance of a Speech at a
Public Meeting at Monmouth." By
Samuel Bosanquet, Esq., 220.
John Clyn, of the Convent of Friars
282. Byam-Wild Life in the Interior of Central America. By George Byam, late Forty-third Light Infantry, 443.
Calendar of St. Augustine's College, the, 223. Calendar of the Anglican Church Ilus
trated, the ; with brief accounts of the Saints who have Churches dedicated in their names, or whose Images are most frequently met with in England; the Early Christian and Mediæval Symbols;
and an Index of Emblems, 185. Canary Islands-Notes of a Residence in
the,- in the South of Spain, and in Algiers ; Illustrative of the State of Religion in those Countries. By the Rev.
Thomas Debary, M.A., 411. Carter- A Letter to the Rev. J. F. Wil.
kinson, Priest of the Roman Catholic Chapel at Clewer, in answer to Remarks addressed by him to the Parishioners. By the Rev. T. T. Carter, Rector of
Clewer, 436. Carter-The Pattern showed on the Mount;
or, Thoughts of Quietness and Hope for the Church of England in her Latter Days. By the Rev. T. T. Carter, M.A.,
Rector of Clewer, Berks, 442. “Cautions for the Times," 220.
Dodsworth-1 few Comments on Dr.
Pusey's Letter to the Bishop of London.
By William Dodsworth, M.A., 249. Dodsworth - Further Comments on Dr.
Pusey's Renewed Explanations. By
William Dodsworth, M.A., 249. Drummond-Speech of Henry Drummond,
Esq., M.P., in the House of Commons, on the Second Reading of the Ecclesiastical Titles Bill, 451.
Edwards-- A Letter to the London Union
on Church Matters. By the Rev. Edward Edwards, Rector of Penegoes, 219. Emancipator_" The Glorious Liberty of
the Children of God." By Emancipator,
219. Epistle to the Romans
- A Commentary on the ; with a New Translation and Explanatory Notes. By William Wi
thers Ewbank, M.A., 195. Ewbank- A Commentary on the Epistle of
Paul the Apostle to the Romans; with a New Translation, and Explanatory Notes. By. W.W. Ewbank, M.A., 195.
Faber--Papal Infallibility; a Letter to
Central America— Wild Life in the In
terior of. By George Byam, late Forty
third Light Infantry, 443. Chronological New Testament, the-In
which the Text of the Authorized Version is only divided into paragraphs and sections, with the dates and places of
transactions marked, &c., 211. Church-A Scripture Catechism upon the ;
wherein the Answers are in the Words
of the Bible, 184. Church in the World, the ; or, the Living
among the Dead. By the Rev. J. Bainbridge Smith, M.A., Vice-President of
King's College, Nova Scotia, 195. Classical Antiquities, the Museum of-A
Quarterly Journal of Architecture and the Sister Branches of Classic Art. No. I.
216. Collingwood—The Church Apostolic, Primitive, and Anglican : a Series of Ser
By the Rev. John Collingwood, M.A., Minister of Duke-street Epis
copal Chapel, Westminster, 339. Cox-Biblical Commentary on St. Paul's
First and Second Epistles to the Corin-
Cox, M.A., 202.
By Edward H. Freeman, M.A., and
the Rev. George W. Cox., S.C.L., 207. Coxe-- Thoughts on Important Church
Subjects : Seven Lectures. By R. C.
ing a Brief History of the Council of
Soul : being Prayers and Meditations
the Dignitary of the Church of Rome, in
Sherborne Hospital, 217.
in Verse. By a Country Curate, 194.
By the Rev. Osmond Fisher, 223. Flower-" The Prayers to be Said or
Sung." By the Rev. W. B. Flower, 221. Forbes---A Commentary on the Te Deum ;
chiefly from Ancient Sources. By A. P.
Forbes, D.C.L., Bishop of Brechin, 215.
Development of Window Tracery in
torical. By Edward H. Freeman, M.A.,
D. C. L. Letters of; Reprinted from the
“ Morning Chronicle," 111. Debary-Notes of a Residence in the
Canary Islands, the States of Spain and
Thomas Debary, M.A., 411.
the Rev. De Havilland, 220.
Gaussen—" It is Written ;" or, Every
Word and Expression contained in the
By the Rev. C. Girdlestone, 223. Gleadall-St. Paul's Prediction of the
Falling-away, and the Man of Sin:
1850.. By William Gilson Humphrey,
Traced, in Three Lectures. By Robert
clesiastical History, 199. Hymnarium Sarisburiense, cum Rubricis et
Notis Musicis, 207.
Ireland-Eleventh Report of the Church
Education Society, for; being for the Year
1850, 282. Irish Church Missions— Early Fruits of ; a
Letter from an Eye-witness after a Missionary Tour during June and July,
1810, 282. Irish Church Mission Society-Rise and
Progress of: the Reformation in Connemara, Dublin, fc., and the Journal of a Tour in company with the Rev. R. C.
Dallas, M.A., in June, 1850, 282. Ingle Puseyites' (so-called),
Four Lectures. By the Rev. W. Glea.
dall, M.A., 219. Green-Lives of the Princesses of Eng
land from the Norman Conquest. By
By the Rev. C. Gutch, 219.
Friends to Popery. By Rev. J. Ingle, 221.
Haddon-The Church Patient in her Mode
of Dealing with Controversies : a Ser-
B.D., 223. 449.
Harmonised. By the Rev. L. Vernon
Harcourt, M.A., 209.
in the English Branch of the Church of
deacon of Maidstone, 213.
Shakspeare, from the Text of Johnson,
for all Ages, 211.
in the Public Worship. By Rev. J. F.
and adapted from the German of Franz
212. Hook-An Ecclesiastical Biography, con
taining the Lives of the Ancient Fathers and Modern Divines, interspersed with Notices of Heretics and Schismatics. By
Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., 210. Hook-Auricular Confession ; a Sermon,
with Notes, and an Appendix. By W. F. Hook, D.D., Vicar of Leeds,
Parish Church of Cuddesden, at the
of Aston Tyrrold, Berks, 449. Humphreys-Ancient Coins and Medals;
an Historical Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Coining Money in Greece
and her Colonies, 192. Humphrey-The Early Progress of the
Gospel ; in Eight Sermons, preached before the University of Cambridge, in
Jackson-A First Series of Practical Ser.
mons. By the Rev. Frederick Jackson,
ture, and Aids : A Course of Sermons
minster, 451. Jarvis - The Church of the Redeemed; or,
the History of the Mediatorial Kingdom.
Jarvis, D.D., 206.
Joyce, A.M., Vicar of Dorking, 214.
Kenneth ; or, the Rear-Guard of the Grand
Army. By the Author of " Scenes and
Lavengro: the Scholar, the Gipsy, the
Priest. By George Borrow, Author of
“ The Bible in Spain,” 362. Lays of Palestine, 207. Lectures on the Characters of our Lord's
Apostles, and especially iheir Conduct at the time of his Apprehension and
Trial. By a Country Pastor, 199. Lelio-A Vision of Reality ; Hervor, and
other Poems. By Patrick Scott, 178. Letter to Lord Ashley, a. By a Lay
Member of the Church of England,
221. Lewis - Family Prayers, composed from
the Book of Psalms, by a Layman.