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PAGE CXXIX. Godliness and Humanity..

235 CXXX, Reticence and Loquacity

289 CXXXI. The Political and Social Importance of Morality 289 CXXXII. Words ..

291 CXXXIII. God's Inspection of the World ..

292 CXXXIV. The Speech of the Wise and the Speech of the Foolish

293 CXXXV. Diverse Families

294 CXXXVI. The Man-ward Feeling, and the Infinite Intelligence of God

347 CXXXVII. The Scorner

348 CXXXVIII. Human Hearts

349 CXXXIX. The Dinner of Herbs, and the Stalled Ox

350

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THE PULPIT AND ITS HANDMAIDS.
Providence-its Mysteries. (Mc Cosh.)
Unutterable Groans. (Thomas Fuller.)
Varnish. (Thomas Carlyle.)
Importance of “Days.” (Bishop Hall.)
An Unthinking Pulpit
A Sketch of Dr. Arnold in his Pulpit at Rugby. (Thomas

Hughes, M.P.)

173 295 295 295 352

353

THEOLOGICAL NOTES AND QUERIES.
Lost Scriptures
'The Great Propitiation. (Galileo, B.A.)
Baptism. (Godwin.) ..
Baptism. (Preece.)

56 110 175 355

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AUGUST

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239

The Great Possession 117 Short Arguments about the Millennium

118 The complete Works of Thomas Brooks.

118 An Exposition. With Notes

unfolded and applied on
John xviii.

119 The Preacher's Counsellor 119 Words of Comfort for

Parents bereaved of Little
Children ..

119 Man's Renewal

120 Lectures on the Book of Revelation

120 Reason and Religion 120 Out of Harness

120 Concerning the Collection 120

The Odes of Horace. Books
I. and II.

237 The Voice of the Prayer

Book. Lectures and An-
notations on the Liturgy,
Expository, and Apolo-
getic

238 Essays and Discourses on

Popular and Standard

Themes
Twelve Years in Canter.

bury, New Zealand, with
Visits to the other Pro-
vinces, and Reminiscences
of the Route Home

through Australia, &c. .. 239
The Christian Year-Book.. 240
Later Lyrics of the Chris-
tian Church

240 Counsel and Cheer..

240 The Private Letters of St.

Paul and St. John 240 Six Short Sermons on Sin

240

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NOVEMBER. Working Men's Social Clubs

and Educational Institutes 296 Things New and Old ; or,

a Store house of Mustra-
tions

298 The Saint's Happiness, to

gether with the several Steps Leading Thereunto 298

179

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PAGE The Present Relations of

Church and State in Enge
land in Accordance with
the Teachings of Political
Science

359 Form or Freedom: Five

Colloquies on Liturgies.. 359 Remarkable Facts. Illustra

tive and Confirmatory of
Different Portions of Holy
Scripture

360 The Ordinance of Le.

vites
The History and Antiqui-

ties of Brentwood and
its Neighbourhood

300

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358

Whose are the Fathers ? .. The Philosophy of Eran

gelicalism An Autumn Dream: On the

Intermediate State of
Happy Spirits

358

INDEX OF TEXTS.

Verse

23 10

15 22-24

3, 4

Book Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Exodus Deut. Deut. Judges 2 Chron. Ezra. Job Job Psa. Psa. Prov. Prov.

Chap.

6 19 49 2 5 23 20 16 24

5 33 10 11 22

25 9-12 19-21

31 1

Page 137 147 156 216 241 339 101 205 205 21

1 231 159 270 210 319 50 51

Book Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov.

Chap 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Verse
24
25
1
2
3

4
5,6

7 10 11 12 13

14 15-19

19 20-22 23, 24

25

Page

52 53 54 65 105 106 107 108 109 109 167 168 169 170 171 172 232 232

19

20 12, 13 1-4

18 21

119 13 13

22, 23

Chap 14 14

14

14 14 15 15

15

194 195

347

330

Book Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov, Prov. Prov. Prov. Prov. Isa. Isa. Isa. Jer. Jer. Ezek. Daniel Amos Matt. Mark Luke Luke Luko John John John John John John John John John John John

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Verse 26, 27

28 29 31

33
34, 35
1, 2

3
4 and 7.

5, 6
8—11

12 13-15 16--17

11 1, 2 11, 12

5 1, 2

31 31-33

8 24-30

17 17-20

7

12 20-26

29

18 31-36

17 30 22 18

5 4-10

Page Book 233 John 234 John 234 Aets 235 Acts 289 Acts 289 Acts 291

Acts 292 Acts 293 Acts 294 Acts

Verse Page 7

285 29 325 1-27 9

27 70 1-12 70

1-6 90 13-27 131

1-30 131 13-27 1-30 1-44 250 1-7 310 23 213 5 221 6 226 31

5 277 10 121 11 99

3 164

12 45 15, 16 346

5 241 7 301 12 334 1-9 78 10-13 80

14 14-26 266 1-12 268

26 274 13-8 317

1 337 2 338

256 11

166

19

16 15 15 15 15 15 61 57 21 2 9 18

2 5 13

2 10

S 16 | 12

6 1 3 3 7 17 14 15 13 13

Chap.
13

3
24
24
25
10
25
26
25
26
27
28
14
14

2 12 3 1 4 4 6 1 11 11 6 2 2

Acts 348 Acts 349 Rom. 350 Rom. 40

1 Cor. 279 1 Cor. 341 2 Cor. 42 Ephes. 43 1 Thess. 104 1 Thess.

29 1 Tim. 345 1 Tim. 102 Heb. 97 Heb. 87 Heb. 343 James 346 James 25 James 61

James 81 James 143 James 165 James 181 1 Peter 224 1 Peter 229 2 Peter 277 1 John 281 1 John 283 Jude

10 161 14, 15

2
3
1
3

4
1
5
5

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Manasseh; or, The Material and the Moral

in Human Life.

"Manasseh was twelve years old when he began to reign; and he reigned fifty and five years in Jerusalem.”—2 Chron. xxxiii. 1.

HERE are two great mistakes prevalent amongst men, one is an over-estimation of the secular, the other a depreciation of the spiritual. Many

theoretically hold, and more practically indicate, that man should attend mainly, if not entirely, to his secular interests, as a citizen of time; that the present, the palpable, and the certain, should engage a far greater portion of his attention than the future, the unseen, and the probable. It is bad to hold these ideas, but it is worse to practise them. More respect, perhaps, is due to the mistaken men who theoretically adopt them than to those who denounce in no very measured terms their votaries, and yet practically carry them out in their daily life. And yet such characters abound in Christian England, abound in our congregations, and in our churches too. The religionist who gives more of his thought, energies, and time, to the secular than the spiritual, is carrying out in his every-day conduct the principles of those secular and infidel teachers against whom he is ever ready to

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