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THE REV. HENRY BURGESS, LL.D., Ph.D.,
ALEXANDER HEYLIN, PATERNOSTER ROW.
EDINBURGH: W. OLIPHANT AND CO. DUBLIN: S. B. OLDHAM.
MITCHELL AND SON, PRINTERS, WARDOUR STREET, W.
Biblical Knowledge ill rewarded, 24.
Biblical Revision, 326.
Books, curious, 216, 447.
Books, Notices of, 176, 395.
British Abbots, their ancient bearing
to the Romish Bishops, and anti-
pathy of the people to them, 316.
Burgh, William de, on the Book of
Abrabanel on Jewish Sacrifices, 29,
Advent, the First and Second, Rev.
W. Savile on, 202.
Alexander, Dr, on St. Mark's Gospel,
Alford, Dean, on the Son of God, 110.
Alluvium of the Nile and man's exist-
ence, antiquity of, 386.
Analysis of the Emblems of St. John,
Ancient Divination, 451.
Ancient Catholic Church, the, on Bap-
tism of Jewish children, 452.
Annals of Esarhaddon, 68.
Annotations on the Epistle to the
Apostles' Creed in the Thirteenth
Archæological Institute, 219.
Architecture in Scotland, 289.
Aruch, Baal, on Jewish Sacrifices, 59.
Assyria, Yav in, 174; its history, and
advance in arts, 332 ; chronology of,
Authorized Version, errors in, 326.
Canon Law and the Jews, 226.
Charlemagne and the Pope, 298; his
coronation, 300; his government,
302; his opposition to image wor-
ship, 310; the sacrifice of his people
for political aggrandisement, and
their opposition, 310.
Charles Martel, his first Appointment
of Bishops in France, 311; selected
from British Missionaries, and their
Cherubim, Scriptural account of, 88;
St. John's account the same
Ezekiel's, 92; are they angels ? 94;
they are real creatures, 95.
Christ as the source of true life, 236;
Bentley and the Codex Augiensis, 7.
Bible making, 224.