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and family, that English Wesleyan Methodism of spirit, loving attendance on the means of found a place in Carnarvon; and, during her grace, and thorough consistency of conduct. life-time, she loved that cause, and earnestly “In age and feebleness extreme," his condesired its prosperity. She died suddenly, fidence in God increased; he was often in the evening, whila passing from one room filled with joy and peace in believing, and to another. Her disposition was singularly made to abound in hope through the power amiable. Though she was distrustful of self, of the Holy Ghost. At the closing scene, and often self-accusing, those who knew her when a member of his family repeated the felt the influence of her gentle, kindly piety, lines, and never for a moment doubted that she

"O God! our help in ages past, walked with God. It was this deep convic

Our hope for years to come ; tion that assured her friends that God had

Our shelter from the stormy blast," taken her to Himself, although they had not the opportunity of hearing from her own the dying saint readily and cheerfully added lips a dying testimony.

E. " B.

the last line,

“And our perpetual home." July 1st.--At Lincoln, aged seventy-five,

Almost immediately after, he fell asleep in Mrs. Mary Richardson, widow of Mr

Jesus,

P. C. H. William Richardson, and sister-in-law of the Rev. Dr. Hannah. From the time in early life when she found the pearl of great eighth year, Frances, the beloved wife of

July 23d.--At Bayswater, in her sixtyprice, she maintained a steady determination

the Rev. Thomas Robinson. She was born to consecrate herself without reserve to God,

at Reading in 1796, and, with her parents, and to aspire after the higher attainments of

attended the ministry of the Independents spiritual and practical Christianity. And, by the grace of God, her proficiency was of

in that town, until she was about eighteen no common order. As long as strength

years of age, when she one Sunday evening allowed, she was unwearied in the discharge accompanied her father to hear the Rev. John

Waterhouse. The sermon was made a great of active duty, and was eminently successful

blessing ; and she decided at once to give as a class-leader, gathering many around her, particularly young persons, not a few of people. She joined the Wesleyan Methodists,

her heart to God, and her hand to His whom yet retain a vivid and grateful remembrance of her counsels, sympathies, and

and soon became a zealous Sunday-school

teacher and an untiring tract-distributer. To prayers. It pleased God to try her Chris

the close of her life, she maintained an untian graces by the discipline of painful affliction. Long years she was laid aside by wavering attachment to the church of her sickness, and reduced to a state of helpless proved to her husband a true “help meet;"

As the wife of a minister, she infirmity. But her patience did not fail.

and as a mother she was beyond all praise. During this season of seclusion, she abounded

As a friend, she was confiding and faithful. in prayer and thanksgiving, pursuing a

She had a high sense of Christian honour; course of regular intercession, according to a

and they who knew her best loved her most. daily arrangement, for Christian ministers,

The leading features of her character apfor Missionaries, for Bible, Missionary, and

peared to be a deep sense of her own un. other institutions, and for all sorts and con

worthiness, a simple trust in the atonement ditions of men ; daily pleading, also, for her

of Christ, and a child-like confidence in God's family, friends, and connexions. She was

She bore her trials with calm

paternal care. always prepared to converse on things

submission to the Divine will. Her end was Divine, and not unfrequently left an im

very sudden.

The day before she died she pression on the minds of friends who visited

entered into all her domestic engagements her as if they had been holding intercourse

with her accustomed cheerfulness; and little with a spirit no longer in the flesh. Latterly,

did her family think, when she bade them her sufferings were severe, and she longed for her release, but in the spirit of calm good-night, that it was the last

time they resignation. Once she said,

would hear that loving, gentle voice. About

“What a wonderful thing !--in two or three days three o'clock, the

next morning, her spirit time I shall see the face of God.At other passed to its rest, without a struggle

or a sigh. times, she said, “I am full of peace. I am

“She set, as sets the morning star, overjoyed at the prospect of glory. I long Which goes not down behind the darkened for Jesus to come, and take me home," At west, length the sweet hour of rest arrived, when But melts away into the light of heaven." she passed, in the serenity of Christian

R. death, without struggle or sigh, to the presence of the Lord.

J. H. July 24th.–At Thorpe-on-the-Hill, in

the Lincoln Circuit, Miss Theodosia Taylor, July 13th. -At Manchester, in the Grosve in her sixtieth year. Blessed with the innor-street Circuit, Mr. William Kay, in his structions and example of pious parents, eighty-third year.

He feared the Lord from and often deeply affected by the counsels his youth, and was in communion with the and prayers of the ministers who ever found Wesleyan Methodists fifty-eight years. He hospitable entertainment in her father's was distinguished by humility, dovoutness house, (as afterwards in her own,) she early

was

became a subject of saving grace. Great man, and bebold the upright : for the end was her veneration for the servants of God; of that man is pesce."

T. K. and great her love to the sanctuary. She

no honorary member of the class. October 20th.-At Bedford-Place, Leeds, Nothing but illness was allowed to prevent in her seventy-ninth year, Wr. Harriet her attendance. And no wonder that she Hirst. She had been an exemplary member of delighted in the communion of saints; for the Wesleyan-Methodist Society Deariy suty truly her "fellowship” was « with the years. Her early religious course was marked Father, and with His Son Jesus Christ.” by simplicity, decision, and holy fertour. She was a happy Christian, and the con She delighted in the means of grace; and solations of God were not small. Steadfast, not only fed on the truth of God, wbich sbe unmovable, she abounded in the work of the heard from the pulpit and read in secret, lut Lord as much as her nervous debility per- rejoiced to mingle with the people of God mitted. Ready for every work of kindness in class-meetings and lovcfeasts. Her mar. and sympathy, she let her light of experi- ried life was comparatively brief; and sbe mental and practical religion shine with was left a widow nearly forty years ago, with increasing lustre. The neatness of her abode five young children to train and educate. and her dress, and the simplicity of her But she “trusted in God." Assured of ber manners, were in harmony with her gentle, personal interest in Christ, she felt that the loving character. For years she lived as a promises of Divine guidance and blessing stranger and a pilgrim, showing plainly that were hers; and in her darkest boons sbe she sought a better country, even a heavenly was enabled to commit herself to the prom one; and her st: eme

of Christian expe

tection and care of her Heavenly Father. rience became increasingly edifying and in In the feebleness of age, she calmly relied on structive. Latterly, in intense suffering, the provisions of redemption, and with the lively hope and blessed earnest of the huinble confidence awaited her great change. inheritance above was as an anchor of the During her last illness Christ was unspeaksoul, both sure and steadfast. No murmur ably precious to her. Again and again sbe escaped her lips; patience had its perfect quoted the lines of Dr. Watts, work; and with unaffected humility, and

"But Christ, the beavenly Lamb, grateful joy, she testified the sufficiency of Divine grace, in death, as in life.

Takes all my sins away;

A Sacrifice of nobler name,
H. H. C.

And richer blood, than they." September 24th.- At Shipton, in the She retained until the last her mental p«wer; eighty-third year of his age, Mr. Henry

and in great peace-a peace imparted and Clough, being at the time of death the sustained by the Holy Ghost-* fell asleep oldest Local preacher in the York Circuit, in Jesus."

E. W. W. and having been engaged in that branch of service upwards of fifty-four years. His October 21st. - At Gillingham, Kent, in piety was practical, cheerful, fervent, and

the seventy-first year of his age, Mr. William thoroughly consistent. The constancy, Robinson. He lived “according to the punctuality, and joyousness which marked course of this world," till after his marriage. his attendance upon the house of God was a A sermon by the late Rev. R. Treffry, sen, very pleasing feature of his character, and

at Brompton Chapel, on Matt. vii. 11, at showed that “Jerusalem was his “chief length came with power to his soul, and te joy." As a leader, and Local preacher, became very earnest about his acceptance his services were eminently acceptable and with God. In a few days he found that useful; and in the several relations of life blessing, which he held firmly for upwards of he was “known and read of all men," as a forty years.

In time he became leader of Christian indeed, in whom was no guile. A three classes ; and, having retired from the proof of the esteem in which he was held Dockyard, he was able to devote his edirts by his landlord may be mentioned. When very largely to the interests of God's cause. he was no longer able to attend to his farm, In every office he was found faithful, while that gentleman, with a kindly consideration many others became faithless. Alout six which did him honour, allowed him a months before his death he was taken ill; retiring pension, which was continued to the but he so far recovered as to be able again day of his death. “In age and feebleness to attend the house of God, even till ibe extreme," his mind was often filled with Monday evening before his death. He had peace and joy through believing; and the taken part at the public prayer-meeting, and name of Jesus was music in his ears, long on his way home he sank. Medical aid wus after most other names were forgotten. He found to be unavailing. He was conscious came to his grave in a full age, like as a that his change drew nigh, and said, “I am shock of corn cometh in in his season. a poor worm of the dust, but the atonement clergyman of the parish, who had often of Jesus is my refuge." His last wenis visited him, improved his death on the were, I have a hope-a bope." ** Lite's Sunday following, by preaching on the conflict is now over; and all is right." appropriate words : “ Mark the perfect

J. P.

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CIETY.

GENERAL INDEX.
Abraham's odk, description of, 1100

Canstein, Baron, biographic sketch of, 97
Addison, remark on the hymns and other com. Capporeth, or “Mercy-seat," chief significanco
positions of, 1008

of the, 258
Albert, Prince, last hours of, 906

Cardross case, end of the, 358
America, British. See MISSIONARÝ SOCİETY. Carey, Marshman, and Ward, “ Life and
America, (United States of,) claim on the part Times" of, quoted, 888

of the English Independents to have sent the Catholic" Church, the creation of the middle
first delegates to the churches of, a mistake, 70 ages, 895, 902
-Methodist Episcopal Church in, 211, 654; Census of 1861, results of the, 240
visit of the Representative of the British Con. Chaldea, early knowledge of the true God in, 434
ference to, mentioned, 821-railroads in, 720. Chapel Committee, Report of the, 165-results of
See also GLANCE AT PUBLIC OCCURRENCES and its operations, 602—references to the, 820, 835
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

-Irish, 819
Apocrypha, how to be regarded, 111

Children, what hinders the salvation of ? reply
Apology" for Christianity, by Justin, 392, 393, by Dr. Olin, 975

394-by Quadratus, 395—by Aristides, 395 China, one million Jews in, 131-believed origin.
Apostles' Creed, when settled, 298

ally to have had a knowledge of the true God,
Arabia, Central, adventurous journey across, 323 436-reference to, 890
Arabs, wandering, Rev. J. Zeller's visits to, 409 Chinese made easy, 137
Archbishop and the ghost : a Polish story, 320 Christ, the quiet hours of, 608

Armley, honour done to Methodism in, 1113 Christian church, state of the, in the second con-
- Army, our work in the, 177, 369, 561, 1041, 1137—

tury, 291
Report of the Army Committee, referred to, 820 Church of England, legal sanction of Rationalism
--and navy, should have a place in our public in, 264, 353, 403—Bishop Tait's effort to extend
prayers, 920

the agency of, in the metropolis, 354–heavy
Alhenæum," quoted, 403

tax paid by, for State support, 893--Missionary
Atonement, on the necessity of, 348—& new Society of, referred to, 890, 894-defective and
theory on the, 1627

erroneous theology of, before the rise of Meth-
Augustine, quoted, on John x. 30, 112-on John odism, 1008, 1011
X. 36-38, 114

Church of Rome. SeeCatholic" and Popery.
Australia, 662, 735. See also MISSIONARY So Church of Scotland, Free, 89, 90, 358, 1132

Class-leaders, difficulty of finding suitable, 815

Class-meetings, objections to, noticed, 811-
Balaam, notice of, 433

attendance at, urged, 838
Babylon, Divine testimony against idolatry in, Clemens Romanus, mentioned, 289—his Epistle
617

to the Corinthians, 290
Bakeloell, Mr. John, of Greenwich, notices of, 151 Coke, Dr., reference to, 889
Baptist Missionary Society, 888

Colenso, Bishop, references to, 91, 264, 640, 642,
Beeroth, or El-Bireh, notices of, 441, 448

840-judgment on, by his metropolitan, 279
Bel, early worship of, 435

Conference, Wesleyan, at Bradford, observations
Beschi. See Ziegenbalg.

suggested by the approach of, 601. See also
Bethel, visit to, 439

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Bethlehem, notices of, 996, 997, 1104

Confession of faith, a short, 785
Bible, publication of the, in Italy, 87–Moham Cottage prayer-meetings, decrease of, regretted,

medan Commentary on the, 90-works relating 816, 676
to, noticed, 257, 538, 541, 645, 1122, 1123-new
edition of, for Iceland, 277–Kaffir, 464-Swiss Dancing, observations on, 316
Society for providing copies of, for the blind, Deaconesses in the early Christian church, 296
473-anecdote of a, 626—ancient Gothic Gos. Decrease, numerical, in the Wesleyan Society,
pels, 730—Wesleyan translators of, for the observations on the, 808-references to, 819, 837
Cree Indians, 1134

Denmark, 86, 260, 854. See also GLANCE AT
Bible Society, first, the founder of, 97

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.
Bible Society, British and Foreign, 87, 277, 469, Diognetus, the Epistle to, noticed, 291
663, 888, 890, 1134—American, 87

Dionysius the Areopagite, mentioned, 289
Bishops in the early Christian Church, 295, 296 Diseases of overworked men, Dr. Richardson on,
Bleby, Rev. Henry, communication from, 17, 122 807
Blind, examples of eminence attained by the, 235 DIVINITY.
Bolton, Robert: a biography, 865

Jehoshaphat and Ahab; or, unholy affinitios
Boyle Lecture, notice of the, 1009

and the lying spirit, 714, 786
Brigandage, the religion of, 65

Praying and watching, 781
British Association for the Advancement of The called child, by the Rev. Luke H. Wise-

Science, 169, 171, 223, 929
Bruce, Dr., on the “ Roman Wall," 1080

The storm on the lake: an illustration of tho
Burns, Robert, referred to, 919

Cbristian life. 690

Djezzar Pasha, atrocities of, 703, 704
Calvinism, 340, 341, 1119, 1121

Dream, a, and its sequel, 3-conversion owing to
Camplin, Dr., funeral sermon on, 199

VOL. X.FIFTH SERIES.

man, 309

a, 72

4 E

Drew, Mr. Samuel, on the necessity of atone GLANCE AT PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, con
ment, 348—mentioned, 128

tinued.
Drew, Mr. Stephen, of Jamaica, notices of, 20 Garibaldi's visit to London : proceedings of
23, 127-131

the Irish Board of National Education: ape

pointment of Popish priests as gaol-ebaplas
Eastern fanaticism, 708

in England: Lord Clarendon's mission to
Ebal and Gerizim, Mounts, notices of, 629

Paris: establishment of a Mexican empus,
Ecclesiastical Claims,” note on, 105

456-458
Edict of Nantes, revocation of, 1119, 1121

Earl Russell's friendly interposition in the
Edinburgh Review, clerical scoff at Missions in Danish war: naval victory of the Danes:
the, 888

sympathy of the British Parliament in
Education, in Sicily, 90–Roman Catholic, in Denmark: Negro soldiers in the America

Ireland, 470–Wesleyan, references to, 821, armies: retrirn of Garibaldi to Caprera: auto
825; in Ireland, 818—receipts of religious Edu ity of the Christian church, 542-514
cational Societies, 663-education in fashion. The London Conference on the Dano-Ger.
able schools on the Continent and in England, man dispute : ominous disregard of soiena
warning note on, 969_educational project of treaties: the Titanic struzzle in Ameria:
Romanists in England, 1124

prospect of English manufacturers becoming
Eduards, Dr. John, quoted, on plenary inspira independent of slave-grown cotton, 649-651
tion, 115

Prospects of the Peace-party in Aderia:
Egypt, the true faith early known in, 436-ab effect of peace-rumours on the trade of Las

sence of vocal music in the people of, 442– cashire: cessation of England's interference
special testimony against idolatry given to, in between Germany and Denmark: religious
the time of Moses, 527-Missions in, 661 questions occupying public attention at barne:
journey in, 732—view of the desert from, 734 magisterial encouragement to Popery, 922-834
fulfilment of prophecy against, 1127

The Franco-Italian convention : opening
Elisha, and the mocking children of Bethel, 446 for Evangelical effort in Italy: con test for the
Endor, village of, 248

Presidency in America : ambitious projects of
En gannim, or Jenin, village of, 255, 621

the English Romanists, 1123-1125
England, from the times of Charles II. to the Gnosticism, notice of, 298
early days of Methodism, 1007

Gravitation, principle of, how established, 57
Ephraim, the rich inheritance of, 625

Greece, ancient, traditions of the true religion in,
Epoorth, district and town of, 452

438-sources of the attraction of, 3, 91-
Esdraelon, plain of, 247

renaissance of, 905
Evangelical Alliance, 84

Greek, neglect of, in the middle ages, 900
Excommunication in the early Christian church, Grellet, M. de, visits of, to royalty, 1057
296

Grimsdall, Rev. Joseph, perseeution and death

of, in Jamaica, 124-127
Failh, the province of, in relation to a revival of
the work of God, 1072

Hades; or, the place of the departed, 348
Fawcett, Dr. John, anecdote of, 256

Haldane's “ Authenticity and Inspiration of
Flaxman, John, the sculptor, notices of, 1089 Holy Scripture,” referred to, 115
Flowers, facts about, 910

Heathen before Christ, religious opportunities et
Forgiveness of sins, knowledge of, 647

the : I. The light of nature, 330-II. The eld
France, in the time of Lonis XIV., 1118

religion, 428—III Special testimonies, 597.619
Freeman, Thomas, of Milton, account of, 424 Hebron, journey to, from Jerusalem, 905-com-
Functionaries, public, note on the neglect of munities of Jews at, 1009-town and dem
religious duties by, 194

bourhood of, described, 1003, 1092, 1054-

return from, to the Holy City, 112. See sise
Gerizim, Mount, Prince of Wales's visit to, 388 Mach pelah.
GLANCE AT PUBLIC OCCURRENCES. Henry, Philip, and his children, 785

Accession of Christian IX. to the throne of Hermon, Mount, thought to be the scene of the
Denmark : the Schleswig-Holstein question : transfiguration, 141_described, 14
quietness and prosperity of England: the Herod Agrippa, notices of, 503-601
American civil war: appointment of Sir J. Hilary quoted, on John X. 30, &c., 114
Lawrence as Governor-General of India, 63-65 Historians, ancient, note on, 429

The Dano-German dispute: danger of a Holland, theology in, 639
European war: failure of Captain Sherard HOME-MISSIONARY CORRESPONDESTE
Osborn's naval expedition to China : our con Ashton-under-Lyne: Mossley, 173, 45., $,
tests in Japan, the Punjab, and New Zealand : 1042
birth of an heir to the Prince of Wales, 162-164 Bishop-Auckland: Spenny-Moor, 3, 658-

Recent incitements to the study of geo notes on pitmen and their habits, 6.99
graphy: war between Germany and Denmark: Bradford, East, 82, 947
failure of English diplomacy: the “ Alexan Brighton, 466, 563
dra," and other war-ships built in England for Colne: Barnoldswick, 659
the Confederate States of America: final judg. Derby, 89
ment in the case of “Essays and Reviews," Dorking, 178—Reigate and Redhill, 179
262-264

Dumbarton, 180, 567, 1139
Bursting of the Bradfield reservoir : “ Es. Eastbourne, 81
says and Reviews : " Professor Jowett and the Edinburgh: Bathgate, 84, 371
Oxford University: the Bishop of London's Filey, 275, 467
Fund: the war in the Danish duchies : the Glasgow, West: Anderston, 278, 586, 1139
American struggle, 352-355

. Great-Malvern, 584

age, 299

HOME-MISSIONARY CORRESPONDENCE, Holy Sepulchre at, 708—the desoent from, to
continued.

Jericho, 793-journey from, to Hebron, 995 ;
Guildford, 178, 1042

journey back again, 1102_Signor Pierotti's
Halifax, 467, 1043

subterrancan explorations in, 1096
Kendal : Bowness, 566, 1043

Jesuits, atrocities of, in Poland, 322—a new
Kingston and Cobham, 81, 177

order of, in Holland, 643
Leeds : St. Peter's, 565—Beeston-Hill, 947 Jewish sacrifice, the last, 838
Leominster, 369, 565, 657, 946

Jewish solemnities in London, 58
Letter from a layman, 657

Jeros, a large city of, in China, visited, 131-in
Liverpool : Brunswick, 370

Bagdad, monument to Ezra projected by, 266
London: Hackney, 273–Highbury, 273, 562— -Babylonish and other captivities of the, 616
Spitalfields, 465

-receipts of London Societies for the conver-
Manchester, 81-Oldham-street, 274, 565, 637 sion of, 663-remnants of Spanish and German,

-Eccles, 370—Great Bridgewater-street, 658 settled in Hebron, noticed, 1003, 1006. Seo
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 180, 948

also RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Oldham, 467, 658

Jezreel, city of, its present state, 253
Preston, 179

Job, observation on the Book of, 433
Pudsey, 371

Jonah, mission of, t. Nineveh, 616
Runcorn: Widness, &c., 370

Joseph, tomb of, in Shechem, 624
Saffron-Walden, 945

Jubilee of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, 605,
Sheffield, East: Attercliffe, 371, 566, 1045

836, 1114-sermon on the, 880. See also Mis-
Sheffield, West: Oughtibridge, 947

SIONARY SOCIETY.
Tunstall, 370, 466, 1139

Justin Martyr and his times, 289, 385, 481
Uxbridge:

· Harefield, 274, 563, 1043
West-Bromwich, 466, 945

Khartnom, Protestant and Roman Catholic
Wigan, 274-Ince, 275, 565, 946-Hindley, Missions in, 1012
275, 946

Kordofan, a field for Missions, 1017
Wolverhampton, 466, 946
Zetland Islands, 372: Dunrossness, 567, 948— Labourers in the vineyard, encouragements for,
Lerwick, 1139

158
HOME-Mission WORK NEEDED: Letters from Lady Moyer Lecture, notice of the, 1009

Newport-Pagnell, Chepstow, Appleby, Laymen, more ready personal co-operation of, in
Portesse, near Banff, 468

church-efforts, desirable, 816
Home-Missions, increased receipts for, 603– Lepers in Palestine, account of, 705
references to, 820, 836

Lewis, Professor, quoted, on the marvellous
Horæ Biblica. No. LXXXI. Cities of Bashan, progress of Christianity in the post-apostolic

45—No. LXXXII. The stricken king, (Daniel
iv.,) 216–No. LXXXIII. Illustrations of Life-Boat Institution, Report of the, 67
texts : Our atmosphere, (Genesis i.,) 413; Linus, first Bishop of Rome, mentioned, 289
Washing the feet, and wiping them with the LITERARY NOTICES.
hair, (Luke vii. 38,) 410 ; Silence in heaven, Across the River, 541
(Rev. viii. 1.) 416-No LXXXIV. The om Alexander's " Psalms," 645
niscience of God, (Psalm cxxxix. 1-12,) 721 Alin's “ Sermons," 1123
No. LXXXV. A word to “Christian bre Andrews's “Life of our Lord," 1123
thren;" being an exposition of 1 Peter v. 1-5, Atonement, a new theory on the, 1027

989-No. LXXXVI. The Hosanna, 1085 Bader's (Clarisse) “Femme dans l'Inde an-
Hospital Convention, International, resolutions

tique,” 925
of the, 924

Bell's "The Great Possession," 1122
Household servants, orders for, in the time of Briggs's Missions," 259
Queen Elizabeth, 707

Broron's "Divine Treatment of Sin,” 645
Huguenots, treatment of, under Louis XIV., 1119 Clark's Foreign Theological Library," 1122
Huskisson, Mr., despatch of, disallowing a Ja Crook's “Paradise," 262
maica slave-law, 123

Cryer, Mrs. Mary, "Life" of, 1123
Hymn 633, the author of, 151

Culross's “ Divine Compassion," 646

Dobson's "Tunes, new and old," 540
Ignatius, the Epistles of, not genuine, 295

Duyer's" Christian Work for gentle Hands, " 262
India, pre-Brahminic religion of, 437--social Ellis's (Mrs.)“ Denmark and her Missions," 260
condition of women in, 925

Garbett's (Isabel C.) “ Morning Dew," 541
Ireland, Wesleyan Conference in, 818. See also

Garbett's (Rev. E.) “Divine Plan of Revela-
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

tion," 1123
Italy. See GIANCE AT PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, Girdlestone's “ Genesis," 1123

MISSIONARY SOCIETY, and RELIGIOUS INTEL Hagenbach's " German Rationalism," 1122
LIGENCE.

Hamilton's (Dr. W.)“ Sermons," 262

Harford's " Recollections of William Wilber-
Jackson's (Rev. T.) “Introductory Essay" to force, Esq.," 647
Wesley's Journal, 1007—-110ticed, 1027

Hinton's “ Theological Works," vols. I., II.,
Jacob's Well, notices of, 625

1123
Jamaica in the times of slavery, 17, 122

Horsford's “ Church and the Ministry,"648
James, the apostle, death of, 594

Irving, Edward, “Collected Writings" of, 261
Jeremiah, the call of, 509

Jacobus's “ Notes on the Gospels," 1123
Jerusalem, Lewin's “ Siege" of, noticed, 259 Kirk's " Mother of the Wesleys," 450

last days of the temple at, 334—underground Kurtz's “Sacrificial Worship of the Old Testa.
discoveries at, 523-scene in the Church of the ment," 287

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