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containing his Life and Remains, Letters, Lectures, Songs of
2. Nature of the Atonement.--A Discourse delivered by appoint-
ment of the Synod of New York and New Jersey, on Wed-
Pastor of the Mercer Street Presbyterian Church, New York.
3. Doctrine of the Atonement.—The Christian Inquirer.
formances. By Eneas MacDonnell, Esq., Barrister-at-law.
Reply to the Speech of the Archbishop of Dublin, against the Poor-
relief (Ireland) Bill. By G. Poulett Scrope, Esq., M. P., &c.
Paddiana : or Scraps and Sketches of Irish life, present and past.
Ireland's Welcome to the Stranger : or an excursion through Ire-
land, in 1844 and 1845, for the purpose of personally investiga-
ting the condition of the poor. By A. Nicholson.
A Lecture on the antecedent causes of the Irish Famine in 1847,
by the Rt. Rev. John Hughes, D. D.
Impressions of Ireland and the Irish.
Laws and Regulations of the Post-Office Department. 1847.
-Young Men admonished; in a series of Lectures ; by Joseph P.
-Cottages and Cottage Life ; by C. W. Elliott.
P. 6, column 2, line 8 from top, before in, insert as.
1, line 12 from bottom, for stripe read strip.
Page 486, column 1, line 2, for some, read so we. 488,
2, 21, for just, read kind. 490,
1, " 27, for neater, read greater. 492,
1, 9 from bottom, for true, read three. 492,
18 from top, for puã, read puộ.