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Murdock, James, D. D., Translation suasion 263. The orator must
of Mosheim's Ecclesiastical His know himself 264. The orator
and the debater 266. History 267.
The orator and the poet com-
pared 270. Logic 271.
Christian sect 2. Their Conver that of the Romish and Anglican
agement to Missionary effort 23. acter and history of Augustine
General remarks 167. Provisions
172. Attainableness of perfection
in this life 174. Promises 176.
Physiology, Principles of, applied to Self Cultivation, Rev. T. Edwards
the Preservation of Health, by An on 75; its prerequisites, – self-
drew Combe, M. D., noticed 234. knowledge, self-rule and self-for-
be physical 78, intellectual 80, so-
H. P. Tappan, 317. Three forms Means of self-cultivation 85.
Sophocles, E. A. Greek Grammar,
on Christian Character, noticed
gustinism and Pelagianism, by of Wiggers' History of Augus-
linism and Pelagianism 195.-
the Bible and its Literature 334. Doctrine of the Will, noticed 504.
eral History of the World, no noticed 249.
Taylor, Thomas, Memoir of Han.
nah More, noticed 243.
Toleration of Opinion, D. Fosdick,
tion among the Romans 114, and
ation of Christianity 115. Intol-
the press, prohibited books 119.
determined 108. Classes of types
W. 111. Rules for their interpreta- Waterbury, Rev. J. B. Book for tion 112.
the Sabbath, noticed 236.
Wiggers, G. F., D. D., History of U.
Augustinism and Pelagianism, Universalism as it Is. by Rev. E. F. reviewed 195. Hatfield, noticed 499.
Wilberforce William, CorresponUpham, Prof. T. C. Mental Phi. dence of, noticed 491. losophy and Treatise on the Will, Will, Treatise on, Treatise on, by reviewed 478. History of 479. Prof. Upham, reviewed 478. Threefold view of the mind-the Will, Doctrine of, by Prof. Tappan, Intellect 480. Original Sugges noticed 504. tion 481; Relative Suggestion, Winslow, Rev. Octavius, Work on reasoning 482. Imagination, the the Holy Spirit, noticed 238. Sensibilities 483. Desires, Affec. Woods, Rev. Leonard, D. D. Es. tions 485. Moral Sensibilities amination of the doctrine of Per486. The Will 488. Freedom, fection, as held by Rev. Asa Mapower 489. Religious motives, han and others 166, 406. 490.