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XV.
ESSAYS on the ANTEDILUVIAN AGE,
In which are pointed out its relative Position and Close Connection with the

general Scheme of Providence.
By the Rev. W. B. WINNING, M.A.
Vicar of Keysoe, Bedfordshire.

8vo. 6s. 6d.

XVI.
A CONCORDANCE to the PRAYER-BOOK VERSION of the

PSALMS.
By the Rev. CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.

Vicar of Sedgley, Staffordshire.

Small 8vo. 4s. 6d.

XVII.

A DEFENCE of the CHURCH of ENGLAND, as a National and Spiritual Institution : delivered at St. Peter's, Blackburn, during Lent, 1833, and in Two Discourses before the University

of Cambridge in January, 1834.

By SAMUEL JAMES ALLEN, M.A. Perpetual Curate of Salesbury, near Blackburn, and Domestic Chaplain to

the Riglit Hon. Lord de Tabley.

8vo. 10s. ( Nearly ready.)

XVIII.

CLAVIS HOMILETICA; Or the CLERGYMAN'S REGISTER of his DISCOURSES with reference to the ORDER in which the HOLY SCRIPTURES are appointed to be read in the SERVICES of the CHURCH.

Post 8vo. 8s. 6d.

XIX.

SERMONS.
Preached in the Parish Church of Rugely, in the County of Stafford.

By the Rev. R. C. BURTON, M.A.

In 12mo. 6s. 6d.

XX.

MAN,
As known to us THEOLOGICALLY and GEOLOGICALLY.

By the Rev. EDWARD NARES, D.D.
Rector of Biddenden, Kent; and Regius Professor of Modern History in the

University of Oxford.

Small 8vo. 7s.

XXI.
The EXISTENCE of OTHER WORLDS,
Peopled with Living and Intelligent Beings, deduced from the Nature of the
Universe. To which is added, Modern Discoveries and Times
contrasted with the State of Knowledge of the

Ancient Egyptians.
By ALEXANDER COPLAND, Esq. Advocate:
Author of " Mortal Life, and the State of the Soul after Death.”

In 12no. 58.

XXII. TEN DISCOURSES on the PRINCIPAL EVENTS in the Life

and Character of MOSES.

By the Rev. M. ANDERSON, M.A. Late of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Minister of East Dulwich Chapel.

In 12mo. 6s.

XXIII.

CHRISTIAN PSALMODY; Comprising the BOOK of PSALMS, arranged in suitable Portions; and CONGREGATIONAL HYMNS, on Subjects suggested by the Old and New Testament, arranged in the Order of the Successive Seasons and Services of the Liturgical Year; for Miscellaneous Occasions;. and from the Apostolical Prayers and Doxologies.

In royal 18mo. 3s. 6d.

XXIV.
The STATE of MAN. A Poem. In Four Books.

By CHARLES TENNANT, Esq.

Small 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXV.
HISTORY of the CHURCH in SCOTLAND.

By the Rev. M. RUSSELL, D.D.
Author of the “ Connection of Sacred and Profane History."

Vol. I. Small 8vo. Portrait. 6s.
(The concluding Volume is in the Press.)

XXVI.

HYMNS,
Adapted to the FASTS and FESTIVALS of the CHURCH of ENGLAND,

and other Particular Occasions.
Selected by the Rev. JOHN STODDART, M.A.
Late Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge.

In 12mo. ls. 6d.

XXVII.

THE SIXTH VOLUME OF

The BIBLICAL CABINET: containing a Translation of the Rev.
Dr. THOLUCK'S EXPOSITION, Doctrinal and Philological, of
CHRIST'S SERMON on the MOUNT, according to

the Gospel of St. Matthew.
By the Rev. ROBERT MENZIES,

Vol. I. 5s.

XXVIII.

PAROCHIAL SERMONS.
By the Rev. JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, M.A.
Vicar of St. Mary the Virgin's, Oxford, and Fellow of Oriel College.

8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXIX. The COURSE of CHRISTIAN OBEDIENCE; Or the Commencement and Continuation of the Personal Practice of Christianity

defined, with the attendant Assurances.

By the Rev. EDWARD CURTIS KEMP, M.A. Rector of Whissonsett with Horningtoft, Norfolk, and Domestic Chaplain

to His R. H. the Duke of Cambridge.

8vo. 6s.

XXX.

LECTURES on the GOSPEL, As gathered from the LIFE of CHRIST; intended for Family Instruction.

With an Appendix on Baptismal Regeneration.

By the Rev. HENRY HUGHES, M.A.
Of Trinity College, Oxford, Author of " Sermons intended for Popular

Instruction."

12mo. 58. 6d. The Remarks on Baptismal REGENERATION may be had separate, price 2s.

XXXI.

THE THIRD EDITION OF

An ANALYTICAL SYSTEM of CONIC SECTIONS; designed

for the Use of Students.
By H. P. HAMILTON, M.A., F.R.S. L. & E.
Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

8vo. 98. 6d.

NEW RELIGIOUS BOOKS FOR GENERAL READING.

NOW PUBLISHING, IN UNIFORM VOLUMES, PRICE 6s. EACH.

THE

THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY.

DEDICATED, BY PERMISSION, TO THE
RIGHT HON. AND RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF LONDON.

EDITORS.
The VEN. ARCHDEACON LYALL, M.A.
The REV. HUGH JAMES KOSE, B.D.

THIS PUBLICATION WILL BE COMPRISED IN A LIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUMES,
AND IS INTENDED TO FORM, WHEN COMPLETED, A DIGESTED
SYSTEM OF RELIGIOUS AND ECCLESIASTICAL

KNOWLEDGE.

VOLUMES PUBLISHED:

I.
The LIFE of WICLIF.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Professor in the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Portrait. 6s.

II.
The CONSISTENCY of the whole SCHEME of REVELATION

with ITSELF and with HUMAN REASON.
By PHILIP NICHOLAS SHUTTLE WORTH, D.D.
Warden of New College, Oxford ; and Rector of Foxley, Wilts.

6s.

III. VI.
HISTORY of the REFORMED RELIGION in FRANCE.

By EDWARD SMEDLEY, M.A.
Late Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.

Vol. I. & U. With Portraits. 12s.

IV. V.
The LIFE of ARCHBISHOP CRANMER.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Professor in the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

2 Vols. Portrait. 12s.

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VII.
SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHY.

By R. W. EVANS, M.A.
Fellow and Tutor of Trinny College, Cambridge; and Author of the “Rectory of Valehead."

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