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BOSTON: PUBLISHED BY GRAY & BOWEN.
LONDON: . ROWLAND HUNTER, AND O. RICH, RED LION SQUARE.
PRINTED BY E. W. METCALF AND CO.
VOL. XI. — NEW SERIES, VOL. VI.
Art. I. — The Library of the Old English Prose Writers.
Vol. I. Containing · The Holy and Profane States,' by
THOMAS FULLER; with some Account of the Author
and his Writings. - - - - - - - - 1
ART. II. - ORIGENIS Opera Omnia, quæ Græcè vel Latinè
tantum extant, et ejus Nomine circumferuntur. Operâ
et studio Caroli Delarue. - - - - - 22
Art. III. - Causes and Evils of Contentions unveiled in
Letters to Christians. By Noah WORCESTER. . . 60
Art. IV. - A Comparative View of the Social Life of En-
gland and France, from the Restoration of Charles
the Second to the French Revolution. By the Editor
of Madame du Deffand's Letters. - - - . 70
Art. V.-An Address delivered before the Society for
Promoting Theological Education, June 5, 1831. By
John G. PALFREY, Professor of Biblical Literature in
Harvard University. - - - - - - 84
ART. VI. – A New Translation of the Book of Psalms,
with an Introduction. By GEORGE R. Noves. -
ART. VII. - The Slavery of the British West India Colo-
nies delineated, as it exists, both in Law and Prac-
tice, and compared with the Slavery of other Coun-
tries, Ancient and Modern. By JAMES STEPHEN,
Esq. Vol. II. Being a Delineation of the State in
point of Practice. - - - - - - 109