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INDEX.

mon,

A.

vin, 168 – Calvin's youth, 169 —
Abolition of Capital Punishment, Calvin at Geneva, 171 — his trou-

355 - 373 – reply to argument bles, 172 — Perrin, 173 — Gruet,
from Old Testainent against abo- 175 Castalio, 176 — Servetus's
lition, 356 –

- reasons for capital death, 177 — last days of Calvin,
punishment have ceased, 360 – 178 – Farel, 179 — Beza, 180 –
circumstantial evidence, 361 — in- Calvin's character, 183 — defects,
sanity, ib. — peace of society, 365

185.
- reform of offenders, 363 — argu- Cambridge Divinity School, 313.
ment from New Testament, 369 - Cary, T. C., Oration by, 310
verdicts uncertain, 371.

Catacombs, The, and the Church
American Unitarian Association, 155, of Rome, 276 - 288 Maitland's
469.

work, 277 — opening of the Cata-
Andersen, H., Story, etc., by, 461. combs, ib. Pagan and Christian
Anniversaries, The, 153.

monuments, 278—- Lapidarian Gal.
Audin, J. M. V. see Calvin.

lery, 281 – ancient Christian epi.
Autumnal Convention, 465.

taphs, 282 — number of martyrs,
B.

203 — modern church, 284 — Eng.
Babbidge, C., Centennial Address Jish Resident's work, ib. the
by, 157.

Carnevale, 285 — Italian pulpit,
Bacon, L. See Slarery.

287.
Barnes, A. See Slavery.

Channing, W. E., Conversations in
Barrett, S. See Relation.

Rome by, 302.
Bartol, C. A., Sermon by, 462. Chapin, E. H., Hymus by, 143 — Ser-
Beck with, G. C., Peace Manual by,

150.
306.

Chapman, J. M. See Hertz.
Briggs, G. W., Sermons by, 309. Cheever, G. B. See Lewis.
Brooks, C. See Ornithology. Child, L. M., Memoirs, elc , by, 306.
Brown, B., on Ethereal Inhalation, i Colleges, New England, 316
463.

Conant, Prof, Defence of Hebrew
Bushnell, H., on Christian Nurture, Grammar, etc, by, 139.

435 - 451 General argument of Convention of Congregational Min.
volume, 436 — harmony between isters, 158.
Dr. Bushnell's views and those of Crowell, W, Church Member's
Unitarians, 437 — sectarian views Manual by, 305.
disappearing, 439 — principles of

D
Christian nurture, 441 – develop. Davis, A. J., Principles, etc., by, 452.
ment of the heart, ib direct in- Dedications, 315.
struction, 444 – objection, ib Dewey, 0, Discourses by, 298.
capacity of the soul for religion, Dymond, J., Principles of Morality
445 victories of Christian truth, by, Mrs. Kirkland's edition, 459.
447 — duty of parents, 449 — Bush-

E.
nell's Defence, 450 — principle of Ecclesiastical Record, 152, 311, 465.
unity, 451.

Edwards and the Revivalists, 373 -
Butler, Mrs., Year of Consolation 394 — justification by faith, 374 –
by, 302.

influences of Protestantism, 375 —
C.

apathy in New England at begin.
Calvert, G. H., Poems by, 306. ning of last century, ib the
Calvin, J, 161 - 186 Audin's Life “ Great Awakening,". 376 – Ed- ,

of, 161 — its style, 163 — the Prot- wards's doctrine of Divine sover.
estant Reformation, 164 — Lii- eignty, 378 — decrees, 380 — holi.
ther, 166 compared with Cal. ness, 381 – total deprivity, 383 –
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mon, 309.

redemption, 385 – Whitefield, 387 cution, 321 occupations, 322
- Methodist revivals, 389

death, 324.
travagance of itinerants, 390 — Or-

H.
thodox doctrine of regeneration, Haldane, R., Exposition of Romans
392— man's relation to God, 393.

by, 299.
Evelyn, J. See Godolphin.

Harvard Triennial, 463.
F.

Harvard University, 315.
Felton, C. C., Agamemnon of Æs-Hertz, H., King Réne's Daughter,
chylus by, 140.

by, Chapman's Translation, 460.
Fosdick, D., Sermons by, 462. Hosmer, W. H. C., The Months by,
Frothingham, N. L. See Gray. 439.
Frothingham, O. B., Services at Or- | Hymns, Universalist, 143.
dination of, 150.

1.
Fuller, R., and Wayland, correspond. Intelligence, Religious, 152, 311,465

ence on Slavery by. See Slavery. - Literary, 315.
Furness, W. H., Dudleian Lecture

J.
by, 31
Derby Lecture and Ser- Jamestown, Voyage of, 458.

Jenks, W., Bible Atlas, etc., by, 144.
G.

K.
Gannett, E. S. See Peabody. Kell, E., Discourse by, 308.
Gay, M., Statement, etc., by, 463. Kendall, J. G. See Obituary.
Germany, Religious and Political. Kirkland, C. M. See Dymond and

394 - 4.27 — German ultraisms, 395 Reid.
- confusion of parties, 397 - Ger

L.
man Catholic Church, 398 - pon. Lessons for Sunday Schools, Buffa-
tifical supremacy, 399 — efforts of lo, 146.
Joseph I., 400 — failure, 402 - Lewis, T., and Cheever, on capital
jurisdiction of Pope in Germany, ib. punishment, 355 et seqq. See Abo-

German element, 403 — Ronge lition.
and bis coadjutors, 404 – theology, Lord's Supper, Neglect of, 20 - 30
406 mission of German Catho- its evils, 20 — causes, 23 — Cath-
lics, 407 – Ullmann, 408 — ban. olic and Genevan views, ib.
quets and speech-making. 409- Unitarian, 24 – open communion,
Friends of Light, 410 — Evangeli- 23 remedies, 26- minister's
cal church, 411 – Gazette, 413 - duty, 29.
effects of intolerance, 414 – Piet- Loyalists, The American, 118 - 137
ism, 416
constitutional question,

difficulties of the subject, 119-
419 – king of Prussia, 421 — de- Sabine's Sketches, 121 – Loyalists
cree of 1841, 422 - political par- in Northern and Southern States,
ties, 423 – constitutionalism, 424 ib tests of loyalty, 123 – confis-

connection with religion, 426. cated estates,' 124 – Proscribing
Godolphin, Mrs., Evelyn's Life of, Act, 127 — Worcester Bar, 128 —

344 - 3555 how edited, 345 Boston physicians, ib. - Congre-
Mrs. Godolphin's early life, 347 gational ministers, 129 — longevity
connection with the court, 349 of Loyalists, 130 — number, 131
marriage, 350- character, 352 names omitted by Sabine, 134 -
defects, 353.

names included, 136.
Goff, I. C., Inquiry, etc., by, 151. Lunt, W. P.. Discourses by, 309.
Gray, Rev. T', character and inci. Luther, Martin, 98-118 – Michelet's

dents of the life of, 248 - 253 Life of, 98- recent movements,

Frothingham's sermon on, 249. 99 – D’Aubigné, 100 corrup
Green, J., Discourses by, 304.

tions of religion, 101 Luther's
Gregg, T. D., Free Thoughts, etc., Theses, 103 — his early life, 105
by, 301.

- preaching and labors at Wittem-
Grossman. Dr., 394 et seqq.

berg, 106 contest with the Pope,
Guyon, Madame, 317 - 324

Up-
107

goes to Worms, 108 - his
ham's Life and Opinions of, 317 latter years, 109 — character, 110
her doctrine of Pure Love," 318 -progress of his opinions, 111 –
- extenuating facts, 320 perse- charges of rudeness and violence,
Dudleian Lecture on, 31 - 52 – N. E., 151.
light of nature, 32 – Christianity Parables of our Lord, 462.
the interpreter of nature, 33 — in- Parker, T., Sermon by, 150.
destructible, 35 – immortality of Payson, E., and his Writings, 52-
the soul, 37 truths uttered by 79 – Memoir of, 53 — early life,
Christ natural, 38— his siinilitudes, ib. — domestic attachments, 56 —
40 — reference to childhood, 42- conversion, 59 — habits in society,
miraculous part of Christianity, 44 61 — diary, 62 – preparation for
- miracles natural, 45 — Chris- the ministry, 63 — first preaching
tianity the religion of nature, 47 – 65 – theology, 66 — importance
time of Christ's coming, 49 - Gi- of religious opinions, 67 -- Pay.
rard College, 51.

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113 — superstition, ib. — treatment 325 - 344 - how far the allega-
of mystics, 115 - his work, as a

tion just,

325 qualifications,
reformer, 117.

327 - causes of decline, 328
M.

text of the New Testament, 329
Maitland, C. See Catacombs.

- exegetical inquiries, 330
Mann, H., Annals of Dedham by, cial reform, ib. — inspiration, 331
306.

-discovery of truth, 'ib. — results
Marsh, G. P., Phi Beta Kappa Dis- of Biblical criticism, 333 — anti-
course by, 463.

supernaturalism, 335 — metaphys-
Mary Anna, 461.

ical philosophy, 337 – formation
Mason, W., Rev. See Obituary. and publication of opinions, 339
May, S. J., Discourse by, 462.

Strauss, 341 - reason and faith,
Meadville Theological School, 312. 343.
Merrill, B. See Obituary.

0.
Michelet. See Luther.

Obituary, Rev. W. Mason, 160 —
Millard, D., Travels by, 199 - 203— Rev. M. A. H. Niles, 471 – Ben-

Siloam, 201 - Sinai, ib. - Petra, jamin Merrill, Esq., 471 – Hon.
202.

J.G. Kendall, 472.
Ministerial Conference, 157. Ordinations and Installations, 160,
Morning and Evening Meditations, 314, 470.
148.

Ornithology, Study of, 216 - 223 –
Munch, F., Treatise on Religion, etc., Brooks's work, 216 singing of

birds, 217 - habits, 219 — influ.
Muzzey, A. B., Discourse by, 462. ences of the country, 220.
N.

P.
Nature and Christianity, Furness's Pages from Ecclesiastical History of

by, 310.

son's ordination, 70 — views of
Neander, A., Church History of, human nature, 71 – abundant la-

tion, 208

character of the translation, 427 mons, 77 — gifts as a preacher, 79.
extracts, 423 el st99.

Peabody, A. P., Sermon by, 150.
Niles, M. A. H , Rev. See Obituary. Peabody, W. B. 0., life and char-
Norton A., Additions to Second Edi- acter uf, 269-276 — Gannett's Dis.

tion of Evidences, etc , by, 138. course on, 270 – college course,
Noyes, G. R., Translation of the ib – settlement, ib. ministerial

Psalms by, 204 - 216 — Hebrew and literary labors, 271 mode of
Poetry, 205 -- Noves's Introduc- writing, 272 – preaching, 273 -

use of 'l'orrey's transla- afllictions, 275- death, 276.
tion of De Wette, 209 - devia- Pierce, J., Discourse at Brookline
tions from common version, 211 - Jubilee by, 150.
manner of translation, 212 — criti. Pray, L. G, History of Sunday
cism, 215. Noyes's Note in ex- Schools by, 145.
planation, 289 - 297 · Torrey's Prescott, W H., Conquest of Peru
translation, 2.0 — reply to criti- by, 253 - 269 — remarks of a per-
cism, 2:13. Noyes's Address be- sonal nature, 253 encourage-
fore Alumni of the Theological ment from Prescott's example, 255
School, on causes of the Decline American lit

237
of Interest in Critical Theology, Prescott's Histories, 258 - national

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bearing of, 259 — his style, 261 slavery, 237 — slaves made in
other merits, 262 - Pedro de la war, 238 - perpetuation of slav-
Gasca, 263 - aboriginal races, 265 ery, 241 — laws upholding it, 242
- Indians and Jews, 266.

- duty imposed by the Christian
Prophecy of the Santon, 458.

religion, 245 — Fuller and Way-
Q.

land, 247.
Quincy, J. See Sharo.

Southey, R., Life of Wesley by, 6.
R.

Sparks, J., Library of American Bi-
Reid, H., on Woman, Kirkland's edi- ography by, 148.
tion, 460.

Sprague, W. B., Discourse by, 462.
Relation of Liberal Christianity to Siebbins, R. P., Sermon by, 310.

our Age and Country, Barrett's Steele, D., Moral Philosophy by,
Address on, 187 - 199 — charac- 148.
teristics of the times, 188 – ten- Stone, R. C., Sermon by, 309.
dencies to liberal thought, 190 — Sumner, C., Lecture by, 149
union, 192 — reformatory move- Sunday School Society, 158.
ments, 1993 — material agencies, Sutton, H., Evangel of Love by, 456.
194 - intellectual, 195 - theories

T.
of education, 197.

Thom, J. H., Sermons by, 308.
Religious Aspect of the Times, 80 - Torrey, J. See Neander.

98 – evils of exaggeration, 80– Tracts of A. U. A., 463.
excitement and apathy, 82 – pros-

U.
perity of the country, 83 – war, Uhlich, Pastor, 394 et seqq.
84 - individual differences, 85 - Unitarian Collation, 156.
religious manifestations, 86 - - re- Upham, T. C. See Guyon.
ligion of the church, ib. — of the

W.
individual, 87 - of society, 88 – Ware, J., Medical Discourses by,
philanthropy, 90 — social evils, 463.
91 — wrongs, 92 — literature, 94 Wayland, F. See Slavery.

- progress of right opinion, 95- Wesley, J., 1-19 — character of
reform, 97.

eighteenth century, 1- family of
Review, N. A., Selections from, 304. Wesley, 2 - John and Charles, 3
Revivalists. See Edioards.

- John's preaching at Epworth,
Richardson, J., Letter, etc., by, 151.

5 his biographies, ib. - studies,
Rome, Pagan and Papal, English 6 — - connection with the Moravi.

Resident's work on. See Cata. ans, 7 – public ministry, 9-in-
combs.

cessant labors, 11 — old age, ib. -
S.

death, 13 — vast power, ib.
Sabine, L. See Loyalists.

method, 15 — characier as a preach-
Sadler, T , Silent Pastor by, 305. er, theologian, and disciplinarian,
Schmücker, S. S., on Capital Pun- 16 — prospects of Methodism, 17
ishment, 369.

– lesson of Wesley's life, 19.
Sharp, D., Discourses by, 462. Wheaton, H., Phi Beta Kappa Dis-
Shaw, J, Journals of, and Quincy's course by, 395.
Memoir, 455.

Whitehead, J., Life of Wesley by, 5.
Sick Chamber, The, 461.

Wilson, J., Scripture Proofs, etc., by,
Slavery, Moral Wrong of, 223 - 247 147.

works on, 223 ei seqq duty Woman, etc, by Mrs. Reid, 460.
of the Church, 225 - responsibility, Worcester, j.' E., Dictionary by,
227 – Southern churches, 228 457.
Slavery and the Old Testament, Words of Christ, 147.
233 — the New, 234 — origin of

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RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY.

NO. CXLIV.

FOURTH SERIES. - No. XXIV.

NOVEMBER, 1847.

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