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FRANCIS & JOHN RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, & WATERLOO PLACE.
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-A 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. Anderson, 220. Angels-Lectures on the Scripture Revelations respecting Good and Evil Angels. By a Country Pastor, 212.
66 Assertions not Proofs"-An Examination 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.
Bainbridge Smith The Church in the
Baker-A Plea for "Romanizers," socalled. 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 Divinity in King's College, Toronto, 192.
Bennett, Rev. W. J. E.-A Farewell Letter to his Parishioners, 111.
Berens-Twenty-three Short Lectures on the Church Catechism. By Archdeacon Berens, 207.
Bishop of London, Charge of the, in 1842,
Bishop of London, Charge of the, in November, 1850, 111.
Borrow-Lavengro: the Scholar, the
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 Illustrated, 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. Wilkinson, 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.