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and expedient, 275. Crime, ac- warning and an universal right, cording to Blackstone, in all ca- 323. Theological bearing of this ses, includes an injury, 276. End discussion, 435. Objection from of punishment is to secure society the fact that the innocent are from harm, 277. Opinions of sometimes executed, 436. The Coleridge, 279. Views of Guizot, only remediless punishment, 438. 280. Argument from the Social Innocent friends are made to sufcompact, 281. Blackstone's opin- fer, 438. The punishment retaliion discussed, 283. Right of inflict- atory and unequal, 439; violates ing capital punishment to be put the sanctity of human life, 440. upon the same ground as that of A murderer when executed has inflicting inferior punishments, repented or has not repented, is 284. Civil society has the right therefore fit to remain here or unto defend the citizens, 285. Pun- fit for another world, 441. Appeal ishment of death for murder just, to the voice of nature, 443. Ar286. Nearly universal consent of gnment from expediency, 445. No mankind makes out a primâ facie other form of punishment producase, 287. Appeal both to the Old ces so salutary a fear, 447. Capand New Testament, 288. Teach- ital punishment not legalized muring of the Sermon on the Mount, der, 449. Death the most fearful 289; object of that sermon to con- punishment, 453; secuies against demn the prevalent abuse wbich private revenge, 455. Case of was made of the law of Moses, Tuscany, 456 ; Russia, 457. Por291. Christ came not to abrogate cian law at Rome, 458; Belgium, the law, 293. Case of divorce, 461. Case of Massachusetts, 463. 294. Law respecting adultery, Compared with England, 465. Jobp viii, 295. Scripture argu- English legislation, 467. Increase ment does not depend on the va- of crime in England, 468. lidity of every particular exegesis, Preaching to the Spirits in Prison, 297. Law of Moses, 299. Prof. Brown's Essay on, 709. Upham's explanation of the sixth Propaganda at Rome, Exhibition in, commandment, 301. Hebrew word 600. 137 usedi n relation to murder Prophecies in relation to the Jews, and manslaughter, 302. Hebrew 337, 471. usage, 307. 787 is never used of Pulpit, the American, its ends, its the killing of brute animals, 308. means, its motives, 247. Pulpit That word used of killing human in the U. States, 248. Mission of beings without legal authority, 309. the preacher, extent of it, 249; Usage of Septuagint and New Tes- means to accomplish bis mission, tament, 310. Natural sense of the 250. Force, the leading quality sixth command, 311. Right of of eloquence, 251 ; illustrated by civil goverument, 313. Command the Iliad, 251. Demosthenes, 252. addressed to Noah, Gen. ix. 6, Cicero, 252. Fox, Chathamn, 253. considered, 314; new theory, that Henry, Ames and Webster, 254. it prohibits cannibalism, exam- Various exhibitions of force, esined, 317; common version cor- pecially tenderness, 255. The four rect, 319; manner of interpreting great French preachers characterthe command, 321 ; this divine ized, 256. Whitefield and Edadmonition contains an universal wards, 257. Dependence of pul
pit eloquence on a well-trained Riblah, site of, 408. mind, 258. Necessity of time for Ripley, Prof. A. J., Essay on Chrystudy, 259. Proper reading for sostom, with translations, 605. ministers, 260. Value of argu- Robinson, Dr., notes on Biblical Gement in sermons, 261. Under- ography, 403. standing first to be convinced, 263. Rödiger, Prof., letter from, 598. Preacher should lose himself in Roman Catholicism, correspondence his subject, 263. Illustrated by Demosthenes and Robert Hall, Rome, topography of, 203. Letters 264. Necessity of faith, 265. Se- from, 600. cret of the eloquence of Brainerd Rosellini's great work completed, and Paul, 267. Force implies 411. judgment, 266. Great importance Russeger's Travels, 795. of personal character, 267. Stimulus to effort is found in the truth,
S. in its Author and in its objects, Salt, valley of, 406. 268. Christ and his cross-the Sanscrit Language, its relation to great motive, 269. Inspiration of Comparative Philology, 671. Lathe Holy Spirit, 270.
hors of Humboldt, Bopp, etc. 671. Puritan Library in N. England, 582. Ground of unity in language, 672. Purposes of God consistent with free- Indian languages pot related to
agency, 77. If God's acts are the Semitic, 673. High reputaconsistent with human freedom, tion of the Sanscrit, 774. Colehis purposes may be, 78. No in- brooke's labors, 675. Nature of consistency can be pointed out, 79. the Vedas and Puranas, 675. SanHow are God's purposes effected ? scrit poetry, 677. Extracts, 679. 81; partly by his own immediate Schlegel's division of languages, action, partly by second causes, 82. 681. Various families based on Special divine influence does not the Sanscrit, 685. Arrow-headed impair man's freedom, 83. Cause characters, 687. Discoveries of of the first choice, 85. Influence Rawlinson, 689. Layard and Botof motives, 87. Certainty of ac- ta, 690. Median language, 693. tions does not destroy their free- Schaf, Dr. Philip, article on German dom, 89. Certainty does not im- literature, in America, 503. ply necessity, 91; nor preclude Schmilz's History of Rome, 603. free agency, 93. Certainty dis- Sears, Dr. B., Article on Life and tinguished from necessity, 95. Church History of Neander, 386.
His Select Treatises of Martin R.
Luther reviewed, 503. Raphanea, site of Sabbatical river,409. Seijár, site of, 407. Regeneration, Müller's sermon on,225. Shakspeare, old and new criticism ou Red-Cross Library in London, ac- him, 522. Value of true criticisin, count of, 583.
523. Johnson and Hume on ShakReligion in Germany, 236. Reliance speare 525. Coleridge's extrava
on human reason, 237. Influence git nimiration, 526. The poet of the Laity, 239. Popular belief baz' little sympathy with moral as a ground of reliance, 241. Early goodness, 527. Contrasted with confessions inadequate, 243. Na- Schiller, 529. Not successful in ture of religious striving, 247. exciting pity, 531.
his own design, 533. Does not between the deluge and baptism, make the marvellous probable, 743.
535. Uses to a clergyman, 537. Stearns, Rev. W. A., essay on the Siedhof, Dr. Charles, review of American Pulpit, 247.
Zumpt's Grammar, 413, 696.
25. On History of Doctrines, 552. Taylor Samuel H., review of PickerSpirits in Prison, preaching to by ing's Greek Lexicon, 196.
Christ, 708. Intelligibleness of the Tégner, Bishop, 410. Bible, 709. Some difficult pas- Tholuck, character of, 218. Extracts sages, 710. The passage relates from his Dialogues, 236. to a part of the consequence of Thomson, Rev. Wm. M., on antiquiChrist's sufferings, 711. Objec- ties in Syria, 404. tions to the common interpreta- Torrey, Prof., Translation of Neantion, 713.
Some suppose that der, noticed, 386. Christ went down to Hades, 714. Traill, Dr., edition of Josephus, noSome that he went to Gehenna,
ticed, 412. others to Paradise, 715. Proposed Transfiguration of Christ, extract interpretation, 716. Christ's death from Müller's sermon, 239. was expiatory, 717. By the Holy Trinity, Essay on by Twesten, transSpirit communicated to the disci- lated by Prof. Smith, 25. Hypoples, he preached to the spirits static character, 25. Personal acts, “in prison,” in a state of bondage, 26. Scholastic view, 27. Nicene on the day of Pentecost and after- formula, beld by the Greek church, wards, 719. To such captives as 29. Views of the Latiu church, had in former times, especially in 30; with which the Lutherans antediluvian, been hard to be con- agree, 31. Spiratio activa not a vinced, 720. Success of Christ's personal property, 33. Internal preaching, 721. This interpreta- traits, 35. Order of subsistence, tion preserves the logical and gram- 37. Self-existence of the Son, 39. matical connection, 723. Practi- Relations no proof of inequality, cal remarks, 724. Dignity of the 41. Acts of God indivisible, 43. ministry, 725. Hopeful message Meaning of appropriation, 45. of the gospel, 727. Value of the Creation attributed to the Father, Old Test., 729. Antediluvian bis- 47. Relation of the Persons to tory, 731. Character of Noah, 733. redemption, 5). the sending of Christ who went in Spirit to the the Son and Spirit, 51. Schleierspirits in prison by his apostles, macher's objections, 53. Relation went in Spirit by Noah to the an- of, the doctrine to the Bible, 55. tediluvians, 784. Destruction by Biblical form of the doctrine, 57. the deluge then, 735. A few saved Reasons for a change from bibliby means of the water, 736. Peter cal form, 59. Development of the illustrates the blessed effects of doctrine, 61. This doctrine at the Christ's preaching after hr. bad Reformation, 63. Grounds of opbeen quickened in spiri 737. position to it, 65. Importance of Water of the deluge a type of bap- the form of the doctrine, 66. tiem, 739. Consistency of various Turner, Prof., Remarks by, 691. statements, 741. General analogy Twesten, Dr., on the Trinity, 25.
Williams, Dr. Daniel, life, 584. AcUllmann, Dr. C., Essay on Festivals count of his Library, 585. of Church, 650.
Wilson, Rev. J. L., on the African United States, New works published Languages, 745. in, 800.
Withington, Rev. L., Article on Shak-
Buildings, 773. Christ Church, W. H. Wells, 789.
Z. buildings, 776. Bodleian, 777. Zumpts Latin Grammar critically Professors, 779. Students, 780. reviewed by Dr. Siedhof, 413, 696. Officers and usages, 781. Exam- Previous similar works, 413. inations, 782. Oxford system of Works of Scheller, Grotefend and instruction, advantages and de- others, 414. Ramshorn characfects, 785.
terized, 415. Hegelian philosophy, 415. Kühner, Billroth and
others, 416. Nature of general Vaihinger on the Psalms, 793.
Grammar of a Vatican Library, 409.
particular language, 418. GramVoigt, Prof., correspondence he- mar of one's mother tongue must
tween and the bishop of Rochelle, be constituted on the principle of 540. Author of life of Hildebrand, logical analysis, 419. Zumpt has 540. Threefold object of that done this, 419. Examination of pope, 541. Enticing letter of bish- Zumpt's Syntax, 419. Remarks op of Rochelle to Voigt, 542. and corrections, 421. Usages of Manly reply of Voigt, 544. Sec- Cicero, 423. Use of the ablative, ond letter of the bishop, 546. 425. Three kinds of conditional Clandestine publication of the cor- sentences, 429. Metuo, timeo, respondence, 551.
neve, 431. Qui, quanquam, etc.
433. Contingit, necesse est, etc. W.
696. Ablative Absolute, 697. SubWallace, Prof. B. J., on relation of stantive with est, 698. Various Sanscrit to Comparative Philolo- corrections, 699. Ipse, is, ille, etc.
761. Quisquam, 702. Quisque, Ward, Rev. J. W., Essay on consis- tum-tum, 703. Atque etiam, ut
tency of God's purposes with free nemo, 704. Hic and ille, 705. Non agency, 77.
posse, nego, 707. Neque tamen, Wells, W. H., Notice of Worcester's