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PUBLISHED BY JAMES MUNROE AND COMPANY.
NBW YOEK: C. 3. FRANCIs. LONDON: JOHN GREEK, 121 NEWG4TE STRRET.
CAMBRIDGE PRESS: METCALF, TO Kit T, AMD BALLOU.
VOL. XXVIII.—THIRD SERIES, VOL. X.
Art. I. — Hymns of the Primitive Church, - 1
1. The Hymns of the Primitive Church; now first collected,
translated, and arranged by the Rev. J. Chandler. 2. Ancient Hymns, from the Roman Breviary, for domestic
Use. By Richard Mant.
Art. II. — History of the Great Reformation of the Sixteenth
Century, in Germany, Switzerland, &c. By J. H. Merle
D'aubigne, ----- 20
Art. III. — De l'Education des Meres de Famille ou de la
Civilisation du Genre Humain par les Femmes. Par L.
Aime Martin, ----- 44
Art. IV. — Discourses and Dissertations on the Scriptural Doc-
trines of Atonement and Sacrifice, &c. By Rev William
Magee, - , - - - - - 63
Art. V. — Discourse on the death of Dr. Follen. By William E.
Channino, - - - - - 68
Art. VI. — Scenes in Judea, 89
Art. VII. — Rosanna; or Scenes in Boston. A Story; by the
Author of "Three Experiments of Living, &c." - 111
Art. VIII. — The Christian Layman, or the Doctrine of the
Trinity fully considered and adjudged according to the
Bible. By a Christian Layman, - 123
Notices And Intelligence. — The Theory and Uses of Natu-
ral Religion; being the Dudleian Lecture. By John G.
Palfrey, ------ 127
The Poet's Tribute. By William B. Tappan, - 128
The Slave; or Memoirs of Archy Moore, - - 127
Delusion; or the Witch of New England, - - 130
A Sermon on the destruction of the Lexington. By S. K.
Lothrop, ------ 130
Pebblebrook, or the Harding Family, - - - 131
William V. Thacher, - 131
Literary Intelligence, - 135
Art. I. — Specimens of Foreign Standard Literature. Edited by
George Ripley. Vols. V. and VI. Containing Intro-
duction to Ethics, &c. By W. H. Channing, - 137
Art. II. — The Samaritan Pentateuch, - - - 147
Art. III. — Historical Christianity, - 166
Art. IV. — National Establishments of Religion, considered in
connexion with Justice, Christianity, and Human Nature.
By John Taylor, 171