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should they not obey, to employ the best manticists: V. Missions in South Africa:
THE Prospective Review for August has however, that Charles, after being long Economic Theory and Socialist Counterkept in suspense, finally brought about the
Theory: II. Serpent-Worship and the Age convocation of the Council of Trent. Dr. Heine has given us these remarkable Zumpt: IV. Casa Guidi Windows: V.
of Stonehenge: III. Life and Writings of letters in Spanish, with a good German version, and has added other important kin
Bland and Kingsley's Sermons: VI. Rusdocuments, as well as very valuable re
on Sheepfolds: VII. Reformatory marks and observations of his own.
Schools: VIII. Oakley's Ritual of the Mass. J. L. J.
THE North British Review for August Our esteemed correspondent, Professor J.
contains the following articles :--1. The L. JACOBI, has been transferred from the
Social Science-Its History and Prospects: University of Berlin to the University of
II. Literature of Apologetics: III. Net ReKönigsberg, and will continue his letters
sults of 1848 in Germany and Italy: IV. to us from the latter place.
Typical Forms-Goethe, Professor Owen,
and Mr. Fairbairn: V. Recent Works of We propose hereafter to give statements
Fiction: VI. Kingsley's Saint's Tragedy, of the contents of all the foreign theologi- and Sermons: VII. Character in Architeccal journals of importance. Our readers
ture-Ruskin's Stones of Venice: VIII. will thus be enabled to see what subjects
The Five Wounds of the Holy Church: IX. are treated of in these journals, and those
The Exposition of 1851.
THE Edinburgh Revicu, August:-I. The through Mr. Putnam or Mr. Wiley, of New
Greek Text of the New Testament: II. York.
Johnston's Notes on North America: III. THE Theologische Studien und Kritiken for
Hartley Coleridge: IV. Fatal Accidents
How far Preventible: V. Pulszky's Tales July contains the following articles :I. Neander's Services to Church History,
and Traditions of Hungary: VI. Sir Edward by Prof. L. R. Hagenbach, of Basle: II.
Bulwer Lytton's Letters to John Bull:
VII. The Romans in Britain: VIII. Grote's Ernesti on Phil. ü, 6, in reply to Baur: III. Umbreit on the Seventh Chapter of Ro- History of Greece, vols. vii and viii: IX.
Dixon's Life of Penn: X. Modern Chemismans: IV. A new Explanation of Rom. viii, 18–25, by F. Zyro, of Bern: V. A Review
try-Its Progress and Extent. of Semisch's Justin Martyr, by Grimm: THE Theological Critic (edited by T. K. VI. A Review of Arnaud's Critical Re- Arnold) for June contains the following searches on the Epistle of Jude, by Dr. articles :-1. The Month of May: II. OraKienlen: VII. The Ecclesiastical Assem- tio D. T. Matthæi: III. Passaglia on the blies in Wittemberg, 1849, and in Stutt Prerogatives of St. Peter: IV. The Millenigardt, 1850, by Lechler.
um: V. The Lord's Supper: VI. On the NIEDNER's Zeitschrift für Historische The Bishops of the New Testament: VII. On ologie for July contains the following arti- the gift of Tongues : VIII. Theodoret and cles :—I. A Survey of the Literature of
his Times: IX. Hebrews xiii: X. Things Church History from 1825 to 1850, by Dr.
New and Old. Engelhardt of Erlangen: II. The relation Monthly Christian Spectator, (London,) of the Syriac recension of the Ignatian June :-1. Illustrations of Protestantism Epistles to the shorter Greek Version, and and Romanism: II. Miss Harriet Martineau the authenticity of the Epistles themselves, and Atheism: II. Thoughts on the Great by Uhlhorn, of Göttingen.
Exhibition: IV. Respectability: V. May The British Quarterly for August contains Meetings of 1851. July:-1. A few the following articles :-). Theories of Thoughts on Abstract Principles : II. The Human Progression: II. Dramatic Poetry Women of the Commonwealth --- 2. Mrs. in the Age of Elizabeth : III. Thoughts on Hutchinson: III. Christ and the Essenes : the Labour Question: IV. The German Ro- IV. Words for the Wise-2. Mammon in
the Chair: V. Old Trees: VI. The Poetry las Wiseman, D.D., by William Palmer,
Richard Baillie Roe, B.A., in 2 vols. 8vo.:-
Lectures on the Christian Miracles, uniform ridge's Life and Works: II. The Fugitive
with * Apocalyptic Sketches," by Rer. Slave Act: III. Papal Power and the State
Dr.Cumming :--Five Letters to Archdeacon Church in Ireland : IV. Westwood's Burden
Hare on Hippolytus, Presbyter of the of the Bell: V. The University Commission:
Church of Rome, Author of the recently VI. The Bards of the Bible: VII. The Great
discovered book ascribed to Origen, and the Exhibition. July :-I. Descartes--his His
bearing of his work on the leading Questorical Position and Philosophical Claims:
tions of Ecclesiastical History and Polity, II. Tales and Traditions of Hungary: III.
by C.C. J.Bunsen, D.C.L.:-The Church of Daniel De Foe: IV. Firmamental Architec
Christ, in its Idea, Attributes, and Ministure: V. Gillies's Memoirs of a Literary try, with an especial reference to the ConVeteran: VI. Apuleius and the Second Cen
troversy on the Subject between Romanists tury: VII. Italian and English views of the
and Protestants, by Edward Arthur Litton, Papacy. August :-I. Delta's Sketches of
M.A., Perpetual Curate of Stockton Heath, Poetical Literature: II. Sculpture-Works
and late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford: of Edward Hodges Baily: III. Progress of
Protestantism and Popery contrasted by Australia: IV. Protestant Protests: V. A
the acknowledged and authentic Teaching Pilgrimage to the Land of my Fathers :
of each Religion, edited by the Rev. John VI. Bede's Ecclesiastical History: VII.
Edmund Cox, M.A., F.S.A.., of All Souls' Life of Edward Baines, M.P.: VIII. Animal
College, Oxford, Vicar of St. Helen's, BishMagnetism.
opsgate, London, 2 vols. 870.:-Indian The following works in theology and the Missions in Guiana, by the Rev. W. H. kindred sciences are announced as pub- Brett, fcp. 8vo. :—An Exposition of the lished or in press in England :—The Rev. Principal Motives which induced me to Dr. Halley's Second Course of Lectures on leave the Church of Rome, by C. L. Trivier, the Sacraments, 1 vol. 8vo.:—The Person- formerly a Roman Catholic Priest, transality of the Tempter, and other Sermons,
lated from the French by Mrs. Bushby, fcp. Doctrinal and Occasional, by J. Vaughan, 8vo.:-A History of Erastianism, by ArchD.D., Head Master of Harrow School, Chap- deacon Wilberforce, post 8vo. lain in Ordinary to the Queen, 1 vol. 8vo.: AMONG the new works recently anOn the State of Man subsequent to the nounced on the continent are the followPromulgation of Christianity, Part I., em- ing:
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Bibliotheca Sacra, (Andover,) July:the contents and tendencies of the best I. The Arrangements in the Constitution periodical literature of the age.
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Retribution: I. The Relation of Style to tains the following articles : I. Our Na- Thought: III. The Four Gospels as we now
have them in the New Testament, and the tional Religion: II. The Apostle Peter: II. The Anglican Crisis: IV. Myer's Hegelian Assaults upon them: IV. TransChurch History. September: I. Bailey's lations from Anselm: V. An Investigation Festus: II. The Cicadæ: III. The Nature
in Syriac Philology: VI. Life of Zuingli: of the Reformation and its Preparation:
VII. Unity amid Diversities of Belief, even IV. The Holy Eucharist-Translation from on Imputed and Involuntary Sin. Thiersch's Lectures: V. Early Christianity:
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York,) July :-I. Brown on Christ's Second Brownson's Quarterly (Boston) for July:- Coming: II. A Designation and Exposition I. Cooper's Ways of the Hour: II. Nature
of the Figures of Isaiah, Chapters xüi and and Faith-a Review of Whately's Essays
xiv: III. Philological Contributions: IV. on Romanism: III. Bushnell on the Mys
The Theophany Celebrated Psalm xviii, tery of Redemption: IV. The French Re
Real, not Figurative: V. The Papal Power
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Fourth Beast, Daniel vii: VI. Gobat's
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Christian Examiner, (Boston,) July :: Baptism: III. The Millennium: IV. Credi
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