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THE

ECLECTIC REVIEW.

MDCCCXXX.

JANUARY_JUNE.

THIRD SERIES.

VOL. III.

Φιλοσοφίαν δε ου σην Στωικών λίγω, ουδε την πλατωνικήν, ή την 'Επι-
nougainn ri rad’Agiorarthanhv• åra' you signra xup inkorn car aipirius
τούτων καλώς, δικαιοσύνης μετά ευσεβούς επιστήμης εκδιδάσκοντα, τούτο
σύμσαν το ΕΚΛΕΚΤΙΚΟΝ φιλοσοφίαν φήμι.

CLEM, ALEI. Strom. L. 1.

LONDON:

HOLDSWORTH AND BALL,

18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.

1830.

G. WOODFALL, ANGEL COURT, SKINNER STREET, LONDON.

CONTENTS.

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ANTI-SLAVERY Monthly Reporter

Ball's Creation, a Poem

Blomfield's (Bishop) Letter on the Neglect of the Lord's Day

Bloomfield's History of Thucydides

Blunt's Veracity of the Five Books of Moses

Bonington, a Series of Subjects from the Works of

Bourrienne's Mémoires .

Bridges's Christian Ministry

British Reformers, from Wickliff to Jewell

Britton and Brayley's Memoirs of the Tower of London

Bruce's Sympathy

Caillie's Travels through Central Africa to Timbuctoo .

Clemens Anglicanus's Remarks on Evanson's Preface to his Translation of

Knittel.

Cory's Ancient Fragments

Court and Camp of Buonaparte.-(Family Library.)

Coxe's Memoirs of Pelham

Croly's Poetical Works .

Davis's Translation of Han Koong Tseu

the Fortunate Union, a Chinese Romance

Death Warrant of Negro Slavery

Dwight's Treatise on the Sabbath

Evanson's Translation of Knittel's Criticisms on 1 John, v. 9.

Family Cabinet Atlas

Library

Free Inquiry in Religion.—(Library of Ecclesiastical Knowledge.)

Gleig's Life of Major-General Sir Thomas Munro

Greenfield's Defence of the Mahratta Version of the New Testament

Grier's Epitome of the General Councils of the Church

Haliburton's Historical and Statistical Account of Nova Scotia .

Harding's Subjects from the Works of Bonington

Hall's (Mrs. S. C.) Chronicles of a School-room

Hall's Private Devotions of Bishop Andrews

Hay and Belfrage's Memoirs of Dr. A. Waugh

Head's Forest Scenes and Incidents in North America .

History of Napoleon Buonaparte.-(Family Library.)

Holbein's Icones Veteris Testamenti

Holden's Christian Sabbath

Hunt's Exemplars of Tudor Architecture

Isaacson's Life and Death of Bishop Andrews

Kater and Lardner's Treatise on Mechanics

Knittel's Criticisms on 1 John, v. 7.

Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopædia

Last of the Plantagenets

Leake's Travels in the Morea

Leonora; or the Presentation at Court'.

Library of Ecclesiastical Knowledge

Life of a Lawyer, by Himself .

Lothian's Expository Lectures on Paul's Epistle to the Corinthians

Manual of the System of Teaching in the Elementary Schools of the British and

Foreign School Society

Middelton's Memoirs of the Reformers

Model, New, of Christian Missions

Morison's Counsels to a Newly-wedded Pair

Montgomery's Satan, R.

Morton's Protestant Vigils

Murray's Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in North America

National Portrait Gallery

Nodier, Melanges tirés d'une Petite Bibliothèque

Nugæ Semitariæ

Palin's Translation of the Persians of Æschylus

Palmer's Popular Illustrations of Medicine

Pilgrim's Progress, illustrated by Southey

Pillan's Principles of Elementary Teaching .

Prichard's Review of the Doctrine of a Vital Principle

Randolph's Memoirs, &c. of Jefferson

Reflections on Slavery

Remusat's, Abel, Translation of su-Kino-li

, a Chinese Romance

Roby's Traditions of Lancashire

Roscoe's Landscape Annual

Rose's Four Years in Southern Africa

Scenes and Occurrences in Albany and Caffer-land, South Africa

Scott's History of the Church of Christ

Sherman's Plea for the Lord's Day

Smith's (Dr. J. P.) Discourses on the Sacrifice and Priesthood of Christ

Scripture Testimony to the Messiah

Southey's Edition of the Pilgrim's Progress

Spinster's, A, Tour in France, &c. .

Stuart's Commentary on the Hebrews

Swan's Letters on Missions :

Thomson's (Dr. A.) Sermon on Slavery

Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature

Uwins's (Dr.) Remarks on Nervous and Mental Disorder

Vaughan's Letter to the Editor of the TIMES

Walsh's Notices of Brazil .

Wardlaw's Sermons

Whately's Thoughts on the Sabbath

Wood's Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School

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THE

ECLECTIC REVIEW,

For JANUARY, 1830.

Art. I. 1. New Model of Christian Missions to Popish, Mahometan,

and Pagan Nations, explained, in Four Letters to a friend. By the Author of “ Natural History of Enthusiasm." 8vo. pp.

124. Price 3s. London. 1829. 2. Letters on Missions. By William Swan, Missionary in Siberia.

With an Introductory Preface, by William Orme, Foreign Secretary to the London Missionary Society. 12mo. pp. Ixiv, 280.

Price 5s. London. 1830. IT T was the prediction of one of the brightest luminaries of

the seventeenth century, that, whenever living, powerful religion should recover its energy, it would disclain the limits of a party. Nor is it to be thought,' he adds, 'that religion mo*dified by the devised distinctions of this or that party, will ever be the religion of the world. But the

same power

that makes us return into a state of life, will bring us into a state of unity, in Divine light and love. Then will all the scan

dalous marks and means of division among Christians vanish, ' and nothing remain as a test or boundary of Christian com

munion, but what hath its foundation, as such, in plain reason . or express 'revelation. Then, as there is one body and one Spirit, will that Almighty Spirit so animate and form this • body, as to make it every where capable of spreading and • propagating itself, and to increase with the increase of God. • Then shall the Lord be one, and his name one, in all the • earth.' *

A hundred and thirty years have elapsed since this warning voice was sounded in the ears of the Church; and must we say, that we are apparently no nearer to the state of unity into which it is here supposed we must return before Christianity

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* Howe's Works, Vol. iii. P.

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