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practical men, and the encouragements to its Evangeline. H. W. Longfellow

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pursuit: The workingmen's party, lecture at

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tion to the Franklin lectures, Boston, Nov. 14, - Macaria

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ker hill monument, speech at Faneuil hall, May traiture of the author, by Rev. J. Cross. Ph.,

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Faneuil hall, Sept. 6, 1834; The battle of LexChristian world, an outline of atheism, deism,

ington, oration at Lexington, 19th (3010h) of theophilanthropism, Mahometanism, Judaism,

April, 1835 ; The youth of Washington. oration and Christianity. Amherst, 1832 Ed 11-7958

at Beverly, Mass., July 4, 1835; Education

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address in South Deerfield, Sept. 30, 1835. II.

The boyhood and youth of Franklin, lecture in Romola

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western railroad, speech in Faneuil hall, Oct. 7, 1835; Anniversary of the settlement of Spring. field, speech, May 35, 1836; The importance of the milita, remarks at the anniversary dinner of the ancient and bonorable artillery company, June 6,1836: The seventeenth of June at Charlestown, remarks at a public dinner at that place, June 17, 1836; Harvard centennial auniverrary, speech, Sept. 8, 1836; The settlement of Dedham, remarks, Sept. 21, 1835; The cattle show at Danvers, remarks, Sept. 28, 1836; The Irish charitable society, speech, March 17, 1837; Improvements in prison discipline, remarks made in Boston, May 30, 1837; Superior and popular edncation, address before the Adelphic union society of Williams college, Aug. 16, 1837; The Boston schools, remarks in Faneuil hall, Ang. 23. 1837; The importance of the mechanic arts, address before the Massachusetts charitable mechanic association, Sept. 20, 1837; Reception of the Sauks and Foxes, address to the chiefs, Boston, Oct. 30, 1837; Dr. Bowditch, remarks at a meeting of the American acad, of arts and sciences, March 20, 1538; Fourth of July, 1833, remarks in Faneuil hall; Education the nurture of the mind, remarks made at Tisbury, Ang. 16, 1838; Festival at Exeter, remarks, Aug. 23, 1838, in honor of Dr. Abbotti Accumulation, property, capital, credit, address in Boston, Sept. 13, 1838: Importance of education in a republic, remarks in Taunton, Oct. 10, 1838: Settlement of Barnstable, remarks, Sept. 3, 1839; Vormal schools, andrere at Barre, Sept. 5, 1839; Opening of the railroad to Springfield, remarks, Oct. 23, 1839; Scots' charitable society, remarks made at the 183d anniversary in Boston. Nov. 319, 189; John Lowell. jr., founder of the Lowell institute, memoir delivered in the Odeon, in Boston, Dec. 31, 1839; Dr. Robinson's medal, reply to the speech of the president of the royal geographical society, May 23, 1812; British association at Manchester, response to a toast, May 35.1812; University of Cambridge, reply to a toast complimentary to the American and other foreign ministers, July 4, 1842; Royal agriculture society at Bristol, reply to a toast, July 14, 1812; Agricultural society at Waltham, reply to a toast, Sept. 21, 1812: York Minster, remarks, Oct. 6, 1812; Lord Mayor's day, reply to a tout, Nov. 9, 1812; Geological society of London, reply to a toast; Roval academy of art, reply to a toast May 6, 1813; Royal literary fund, reply to a toast, May 10, 1813; Agricultural society at Derhy, reply to a toast, July 13, 1813 ; Reception at Hereford, remarks Sept. 9. 1813; Saffron Walden agricultural society, reply to a toast, Oct. 13, 1813; Scientific association at Cambridge, remarks, June 19, 1815; Pilgrim fathers, reply to a toast at Plymouth, Dec. 22, 1815; University education, address at Cambridge, Mass., April 30, 1816; New medical college, Boston, address, Nov. 4, 1816; Famine in Ireland, remarks in Fanenil hall, Feb. 18, 1847; Aid to the colleges, remarks made before the committee of the board of education of Massachusetts. Feb. 1, 1818; Enlogy on J. Q. Adams, in Faneuil hall, April 15, 1918; Cambridge high school.remarks at the dedication, June 27, 1818; Second speech on aid to the colleges, Feh. 7, 1849: American scientific association, remarks at Cambridge. Aug. 21, 1849; Departure of the pilgrims, remarks at Plymouth, Sept. 17, 1819; Cattle show at Dedham, remarks, Sept. 26, 1819; Nineteenth of April at Concord, reply to a toast, April 19, 1830: The Bible, fperch in Bos. tou, May 27, 1850. III. Battle of Bunker hill, oration in Charlestown, 1850; Opening of the Brattle house, Cambridge, remarks, June 28, 1670: Cambridge high school, remarks, July 25, 185); The Ottoman empire, reply to a toast at a dinner given to Emin Bey, Boston, Nov. 4, 1850; Birth day of Washington, speech in New York, in reply to a toast, 1851; Conditions of a good school, remarks at Cambridge, Aug. 2, 1531; Beneficial influence of railroads, remarks, Sept. 19. 1851 ; The husbandman, mechanic, and manufacturer, remarks at Lowell, Sept. 24, 1551; Treatinent of animals, remarks in Boston, reb, 17, 1852; Effects of immigration, remarks in Boston, April 18, 1832; Festival of the alumni of Harvard, remarks, July 22, 1852; Education and civilization, -peech at Cambridge, Aug. 7, 1852; Dinner to Thomas Baring, esq., remarks, Sept. 16. 1852; Speech, Sept. 22, 1852; Progress of agriculture, repiy to a toast at Northampton, Oct. 7, 1952: Death of Daniel Webster, remarks in Faneuil hall, Oct. 27, 1852; The colonization of Africa, speech in Washington city, Jan. 18, 1453 ; Abdul Rahaman: Discovery of America, a lecture in Boston, repeated in New York, June 1, 1853; Stability and progress, remarks in Fadruil ball, July 4, 1853, Pilgrim fathers, speech at Plymouth, Aug. 1, 1853; New Hamp

Everett, Edward, continued.

shire, speech at Manchester, Oct. 7, 1853 ; Vice-
president King, remarks in the senate of the
United States, Dec. 8. 1853 ; Peter Chardon
Brooks, memoir; Dorchester in 1630, 1776, and
1855, oration, July 4, 1855; Boston school fes.
tival, remarks in Faneuil hall, July 23, 1855;
Launch of the Defender, remarks, July 28, 1855;
Abbott Lawrence, remarks made in Faneuil
hall on occasion of [his) decease, Ang. 20, 1855;
Obituary notice of Abbott Lawrence; Vege-
table and mineral gold, speech in Boston, Oct.
4, 1855 ; D. Webster as a man, remarks, Jan. 18,
1856; Reception at Philadelphia, reply to a com.
plimentary address, April 5, 1856; Mr. Dowse's
Îibrary, remarks in Boston, Aug. 5, 1856; Uses
of astronomy, discourse at Albany, Aug. 28,
1856: George Peabody, speech in Danvers, Oct.
9, 1856; Obituary notice of Mr. Dowse, Nov. 13,
1856; Memorial of the Franklin family, remarks
before Massachusetts historical society, April
9, 1857; Academical education, address at St.
Louis, April 22, 1857; Statue of Warren, ad-
dress on Bunker hill, June 17, 1857; Importance
of agriculture, address at Buffalo, Oct. 9, 1857;
Charitable institutions and charity, address in
Boston, Dec. 22, 1857; Dedication of the Boston
public library, speech, Jan. 1, 1858; Dedication
of Crawford's Washington, remarks at Rich-
mond, Feb. 22, 1858; Presentation of the cane
of Washington, reply to Col. Munford's address,
Richmond, Feb. 23, 1858; Recollections of Tur.
key, remarks at a dinner in honor of Mehem-
med Pasha, Boston, May 25, 1858; Washington
abroad and at home, speech in Faneuil Hall,
July 5, 1858; Fourth of July, speech in response

to a toast, Boston, July 5, 1858.
Speech in support of Harvard, Williams, and

Amherst colleges. B., 1849 Bh 6–Pam. 38 - Davis, T. T. Eulogy on

Bh 5–Pam. 63 Everett, Wm. On the Cam.-Lectures on the uni

versity of Cambridge in England. Cam., Mass., 1865 .

Ha 11-10678 Evergreens.' Hooper, J.

3. Book of Ec 2-7639 Everybody's business is nobody's business. D. De Foe

Hd 7-11580 Everybody's friend. Com. J. s. Coyne IIb 9–10973 Every-day life. Drama. C. W. S. Hb 9-10974 Every-day philosopher. A. K. H. Boyd He 5–15558 Every man in his humour. Drama. 'D. Garrick

Hb 7-10902 Every man in his humour. Com. B. Jonson

Hb 1-10727, and 7-10641 Every man out of his humour. B. Jonson Hb 7-10641 Evil eye. Md. J. B. Phillip

Hb 10-10998 Evil genius. Com. W. B. Bernard Hb 9-10961 Evliya Efendi. Narrative of travels in Europe,

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Cb 1-2465 Evremond, M. de Saint. The works of, made Eng.

lish from the French, with a life of the author, by Mr. Des Maizeaux, to which are added the memoirs of the duchess of Mazarin. L., 1728. 3 v.

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reference book, containing an annotated table of chronology, lists of contemporary sover, eigns; a dictionary of battles and sieges, and biographical notes of eminent individuals, from 1767 to 1867. L., 1868

Ca 3-2992 Ewbank, T. Descriptive and historical account of

hydraulic and other machines for raising water, ancient and modern. N. Y., 1847. 8°

Ga 12-8953 Life in Brazil; or, a journal of a visit to the land of the cocoa and the palm. N. Y., 1856. 80

Df 12-6170 The world a workshop ; or, the physical relationship of man to the earth. N. Y., 1855

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ing of congress, Dec. 7, 1801 Bh 6-Pam. 3 Examiner, or theological and literary repository. W.

S. Brown, Ed. B., 1833. 89 Bi 5-1798 Example. Drama. J. Shirley

Hb 7-10888 Examples of life and death. L. H. Sigourney

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Dt 7-6037 | Exeter Hall, continued. Excursions in Normandy. F. Shoberl Di 6-6714 of Christianity to the freedom of human thought Executive power. B. R. Curtis Bh 5-Pam. 65 and action, by A. Mahan. 5. The church in Executor, the. Mrs. Oliphant

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the catacombs, by W. Arthur. 6. Nature of Exemplary novels. M. de S. Cervantes Ff 4-14017 Romanism, as exhibited in the missions of the Exeter Hall. Lectures delivered before the young Jesuits and other orders, by M. H. Seymour.

men's Christian association from 1845 to 1865. 7. The bible, by H. M'Neile. 8. The apostle L., 1869. 20 v. 80

Hd 6–11544 Paul, by W. Brock. 9. Money, by S. Martin. – 1845-6. History of Y. M. C. association of Lon- 10. Music in its relation to religion, by J. Cum.

don. List of Exeter hall lectures, 1845-64. 1. ming. 11. William Allen, by J. Sherman. 12.
Biblical statements in harmony with scientific History of French protestantism; its present
discoveries, by J. Stoughton. 2. The extent condition and prospects, by R. Burgess.
and moral statistics of the British empire, by

Hd 6–11548 W. Arthur. 3. Ancient Rome and modern Lon- 1850–51. 1. National obligation to the bible, by don,by J. Stoughton. 4. The cedar and the palm, R. Bickersteth. 2. The age we live in, by Hİ

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by W. Arthur. 8. Daniel; a model for young

Hd 6–11544 men, by W. Brock. 9. Solomon the prince, - 1846–7. i. British India, by W. Arthur. 2.

and Solomon the preacher, by J. Hamilton. Physical, moral, and intellectual effects of pro- 10. The instincts of industry, by S. Martin. tracted labour, by H. Hughes. 3. Druidism the 11. The cherubic symbol, by J. B. Melson. 12. ancient religion of Britain, contrasted with Authority and inspiration of the holy scripChristianity, by G. Smith. 4. Patriarchal tures, by R. S. Candlish.

Hd 6-11519 civilization, J. Stoughton. 5. History and in- – 1851-2. 1. Progress of the gospel in France, by fluence of literature, by J. Cumming. 6. Works B. W. Noel. 2. Italy, by C. Buxton. 3. Divine of fiction, by J. Aldis. 7. Points of similarity revelation, by Dr. Beaumont. 4. Philosophy between Judaism and Romanism, by J. Wil. of prayer, by J. Aldis. 5. Never man spake son. 8. Theatrical amusements, by J. B. Ben- like this man, by H. Stowell. 6. Wm. Tyndal nett. 9. On the origin, progress and moral and the Englislı bible, by W. L. Thornton. 7. effects of the Crusades to the Holy Land, Ireland, by R. Bickersteth. 8. Christianity in by D. Moore. 10. Unity of the species, by T. its relations to sects and denominations, by H. Archer. 11. The tabernacle of Israel, by S. Allen. 9. Alfred the Great, by W. W. ChampMartin

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neys. 10. Christian character in its connexion 1847–8. 1. Natural history of creation, by E. with secular pursuits, by G. Fisk. 11. Lord Lankester. 2. Social organization, by J. Har- Byron, by G. Gilfillan.

Hd 6-11550 ris. 3. Art of printing, and the effects of the — 1852-3. 1. Wonders of the bible, by II. Stowell

. cheapness and facilities of that art on society, 2. Prophets of scepticism, by W. Landels. 3. by J. T. Brown. 4. Mohammedanism, its Wellington, by J. Cumming. 4. Gold and gold rise, tenets and history, by W. Arthur. 5. seekers, by H. M. Villiers. 5. Irish eloquence Acquisition of knowledge, by J. Beaumont. 6. as illustrated by the speeches of Curran, by G. Geological evidences of the existence of the Croly. 6. Precursors of the English reformation, deity, by T. Archer. 7. Mythology of the by A. Rooker. 7. Sincerity, in its relation to huGreeks, by J. Aldis. 8. History of the forma- man actions, and to matters of religious belief, tion of the free church of the canton de Vaud, by S. D. Waddy. 8. Anglo-Saxon colonies, by J. Switzerland, by B. W. Noel. 9. Truths pe- Stoughton. 9. Baxter and his times, by J. c. culiar to Christianity and the principle truth of Ryle. 10. Coleridge and his followers, by W. which they are susceptible, by C. Stovel. 10. W. Hetherington. 11. Young men for the Moral influence of the commercial spirit of the age, by W. Brock. 12. What fifty years have day, by G. Fisk. 11. Mysteriousness of Chris- done for the bible, and what the bible can do tianity compatible with its truth, and with for ourselves, by J. Hamilton. . IId 6-11551 faith in its verities, by C. Prest. 12. The age – 1853–4. 1. On desultory and systematic reading,

we live in, by J. Cumming HD 6-11546 by J. Stephen. 2. Habit, J. B. Gough. 3. – 1848–9. 1. Characteristics of Romanism, and of Romanism in its relation to the second coming

protestantism, as developed in their respective of Christ, by R. Bickersteth. 4. The Haldanes, teaching and worship, by H. M'Neile. 2. God by W. Landels. 5. Signs of the times, by J. in history, by J. Cumming: 3. The bearing of Cumming. 6. Christian education, by F. Close. commerce upon the spread of Christianity, by 7. Prophet of Horeb, his life and its lessons, by R. Bickersteth. 4. Common origin of the hu- W. M. Punshon. 8. Passages from the life of man race, by W. Brock. 5. Modern infidel Cicero, by C. J. Vaughan. 9. Authorship, by philosophy, by H. Stowell. 6. Possession of T. Binney. 10. Study of modern history in spiritual religion the surest preservative from London, by A. P. Stanley. 11. The two records; the snares of infidelity, and the seductions of mosaic and geological, by H. Miller. 12. Jews false philosophy, by J. A. James. 7. Charac- and Judaism, by H. M'Neile. 13. On Mauteristics of the middle ages, by T. Archer. 8. rice's theological essays, by R. S. Candlish French revolution of 1848, by W. Arthur. 9.

Hd 6-11553 Church and the world, by B. W. Noel. 10. 1854–5. i. On the origin of civilization, by archInternal evidences of the divine inspiration of bishop of Dublin. 2. Labour, rest, and recreathe scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, tion, by J. Cumming. 3. Popular fallacies, by by T. Raffles. 11. Cardinal Wolsey, by S. W. Landels. 4. The glory of the Old TestaMartin. 12. Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton; a ment, by Hugh Stowell. 5. Philosophy of the study for young men, by T. Binney

atonement, by T. Archer. 6. Man and his

Id 6-11547 masters, by J. B. Gough. 7. The intelligent 1849-50. 1. Bible self-evidential, by H. Stowell. study of holy scripture, by II. Alford. 8. Čon

2. Influence of Romanism on the intellectual stantinople and Greek Christianity, by R. Burand moral condition of the people subject to gess. 9. Agents in the revival of the last its sway, by W. L. Alexander. 3. Literary attrac- century, by L. H. Wiseman. 10. God's heroes tions of the bible, by J. Hamilton. 4. Relation and the world's heroes, by J. H. Gurney. 11. EXETER HALL.

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Exeter hall, continued. Dignity of labour, by N. Hall. 12. Ragged world's oldest poem, by F. Greeves. 12. The schools, by T. Guthrie. 13. Opposition to power of example, by J. B. Gough great inventions and discoveries, by S. Martin

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– 1860–61. 1. Our Indian empire, by H. B. Ed1855-6. i. Obstacles which have retarded moral wardes. 2. Scottish covenanters, by W. Lan

and political progress, by Lord J. Russell. dels. 3. Individuality, by T. Pearson. 4. Eng2. The fullness of times; or, the advent of the land in the olden time, by J. H. Gurney. 5. Lord the divine key to history, by J. B. Brown. Lessons from the lives of the Jesuits, by C. 3. Saul of Tarsus, by H. Alford. 4. Labour Vince. 6. Revivals, ancient and modern, by lightened not lost, by J. Miller. 5. Palissy the J. Stoughton. 7. Commerce Christianized, by potter, by H. Allon. 6. Talkers of society, by R. T. Jeffrey. 8. The blessed life, by S. Coley. J. B. Owen. 7. Prospective results of interna- 9. Formation of Engtish character, by J. Bardstional exhibitions, by L. Levi. 8. Home har- ley. 10. Erasmus, by J. Hamilton. 11. Relavest, by J. C. Miller. 9. Credulities of scepti- tions of religion and art, by W. Pollock cism, by R. Vaughan. 10. Things secular and

lid 6-11559 things sacred, by L. H. Wiseman. 11. Lessons

1861-62. 1. France and England eighty years which war teaches, by H. M. Villiers. 12. ago, by I. Taylor. 2. Anglo-Saxon ChristianMercantile morality, by W. Brock. 13. Con

ity, and Augustine of Canterbury, by S. Marscience and the Bible, by R. S. Candlish

tin. 3. Anglo-Norman Christianity and An

Hd 6-11554 selm, by J. Stoughton. 4. Lollardie and Wic– 1856–7. i. Truth and its counterfeits, W. P. liffe, by W. B. Mackenzie. 5. English refor

Wood. 2. Gambling, by S. Martin. 3. Evi- mation and archbishop Cranmer, by E. Cordence in support of statements made in lecture duroy. 6. Church song, with illustrations of on gambling. 4. The Sabbath--patriarchal, the people's worship in ancient and modern mosaic, and Christian, by J. J. Cummins. 5. times, by H. Allon. 7. Counterfeits, by C. H., The triple plea; “Body, soul, and spirit,” Spurgeon. 8. The creteria of truth, by A. by W. Beal. 6. Battle of life, by II. S. Brown. Boyd. 9. Uses of prophecy, by W. C. Magee. 7. Revision and new translation of the bible, 10. Miracles, by W. Smith. 11. New testaby J. Cumming. 8. Abstinence, its place and ment narratives, real not ideal, by J. C. Miller. power, by J. Miller. 9. Popular amusements, 12. Macaulay, by W. M. Punshon Hd 6–11560 by E. Corderoy. 10. The imagination-its use 1862–63. 1. Scientific experiments in balloons, by and abuse, by J. McCosh. 11. The two lights James Glaisher. 2. The purpose of being, by -reason and revelation, by E. Mellor. 12.

R. Roberts. 3. A sound mind, by J. HamilJohn Bunyan, by W. M. Punshon. 13. Self

4. Defaulters, by H. S. Brown. 5. Italy culture, by H. Stowell

Hd 6-11555 and her rulers, by W. McCall. 6. The earth, - 1857-8. i. Social influence of Christianity, by W. as it has been occupied, cultivated and im

E, Baxter 2. Manliness, by II. S. Brown. 3. proved by the industry of man, by W. Arnot. Social responsibilities, by J. B. Gough. 4. Mod- 7. John Howe and the times of the puritans, ern geographical researches in Africa, by G. by R. Machray. 8. Bishop Burnet, and the Smith. 5. Silence of scripture, by J. C. Miller. times of the English revolution and protestant 6. Lessons of the street, by Wm. Landels. 7. settlement, by G. W. Condor. 9. Bishop Butler, Hugh Miller's " testimony of the rocks"--God and the religious features of his times, by A. S. in his word and in his works, by the dean of Car

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Hd 6-11561 lisle. 8. The church; its influence, duties and - 1863-4. 1. Some instances of the power of God hopes, in the present age, by S. Coley. 9. Pul- as manifested in his animal creation, by R. pit eloquence of the seventeenth century,

Owen. 2. Edward Irving, by W. Landel. 3. the dean of Canterbury. 10. Varieties of spir- Poverty, competence and wealth, by A. Raleigh. itual life, by J. Stoughton. 11. Progress ; life 4. An evening with the church fathers and of George Stephenson, by E. Corduroy. 12. A early Christians, by F. J. Sharr. 5. Calvin, by life story, with characters and comments, by E. Garbett. 6. Psalmody of the reformation, N. JcLeod

Hd 6-11556 Lutheran, Calvanistic, English, by H. Allon. — 1838-9. 1. Social effects of the reformation, by 7. Israel in Egypt, monumental testimonies to

the lord bishop of Ripon. 2. Occultation of the Pentateuch, by J. Cumming. 8. Missions Jupiter, by N. Hall. 3. The Spanislı armada, and missionaries of the last half century, by M. by G. Smith. 4. Life of Jesus, its own wit- C. Osborn. 9. Bible in India, by J. Makeness, by J. M. McCulloch. 5. William Carey, peace. 10. Practical service of imperfect bv J. P. Chown. 6. De propaganda fide, by means, by A. K. H. Boyd. 11. Some of the C. H. Spurgeon. 7. Characteristics and ten- battles of the bible, reviewed in connection dencies of modern literature, by H. Allon. 8. with the physical geography of Palestine, by Bible and modern progress, by J. H. Rigg. 9. E. Bayley

Hd 6-11562 Liberty of opinion and the qualifications for - 1861–5. 1. History of the Mediterranean, by J. using it, by G. Fisk. 10. Law of labour a law S. Howson. 2. Chalmers, by J. Cairns. 3. of love, by H. Stowell. 11. Socrates, by E. M. Character of Christ, an argument for the literal Goulburn, 12. Sacred music (with illustra- truthfulness of the four gospels, by C. Vince. tions), by J. Cumming

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4. From doubt to laith, by R. W. Dale. 5. - 1839-60. i. The intluence of Knox and the Scot- John Angel James, by J. Č. Miller. 6. Italy

tish reformation on the reformation in Eng- and France, with relation to their present re-
land, by James Moncrieff. 2. Bigotry, by J. ligious condition, by R. Burgess. 7. Some of
C. Miller. 3. Self-conquest, by R. Roberts. 4. the social laws of Moses considered in their in-
Queen Elizabeth, by H. Stowell. 5. Influence fluence on the character of the Hebrew boy,
of society in the formation of character, by J. youth, and man, by J. Edmond. 8. Rivers;
Graham. 6. The earth framed and furnished notes on the laws which they obey, and the
as a habitation for man, by W. Arnot. 7. lessons which they teach, by W. Arnot. 9.
Blaise Pascal, by E. M. Goulburn. 8. Advan- Wilberforce; his life, work, and fellow-work-
tages to be derived from church history, by S. ers, by W. M. Punshon. 10. M. Renan on the
Martin. 9. Hogarth and his pictures, Wy É. S. kingdom of God, by W. Alexander
Brown. 10. Old school affectations, in litera-

Hd 6-11563 ture, art, science, etc.

, concluding with Bonnie Exhortation to peace and unity. J. Binyan Christie, a sketch, by J. B. Owen. 11. The

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