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B. B. EDWARDS AND E. A. PARK,
Professors at Andover,
WITH THE SPECIAL CO-OPERATION OF
DR. ROBINSON AND PROF. STUART,
NEW-YORK AND LONDON:
WILEY AND PUTNAM.
WILLIAM H. WARDWELL.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1847, by
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
CONTENTS OF VOL. IV.
A Dissertation, Historical and Critical. From the Latin, by Ira Chase, D. D.
From the Theological Lectures of Dr. A. D. C. Twesten, Berlin. Translated
6. Character hypostaticus. (1) Notae internae,
7. Character hypostaticus. (2) Notae externae,
By Henry N. Day, Professor in Western Reserve College, Hudson, Ohio.
1. The proper Function of the Mood,
2. The possible Kinds of Moods,
IV. THE CONSISTENCY OF THE ETERNAL PURPOSES OF
GOD WITH THE FREE AGENCY OF MEN,
VL COLERIDGE AND HIS AMERICAN DISCIPLES,
By Rev. Noah Porter, Jr., Professor in Yale College.
III. THE AMERICAN PULPIT,-ITS ENDS, ITS MEANS, AND
By James R. Boise, Professor of the Greek Language, etc., Brown University.
VI. THE SPIRIT OF PROPHECY IN RELATION TO THE FU-
IX. NOTES ON BIBLICAL GEOGRAPHY,
By E. Robinson, D. D., Professor at New York.
II. Antiquities on the route from Ba'albek to Hamath and Aleppo,
III. The Sabbatical River. Raphanea,
I. ZUMPT'S LATIN GRAMMAR,
By Charles Siedhof, Ph. D., late Rector of the Gymnasium at Aurich, in the
By Daniel R. Goodwin, Prof. of Languages, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me.
By Rev. Leonard Withington, Newbury.
VI CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN PROFESSOR VOIGT AND
By Henry B. Smith, West Amesbury, Ms.
Extract of a Letter from Prof. Rödiger,
Biographical Sketch of Chrysostom,
Translated from the German of C. F. W. Paniel, by H. J. Ripley, Professor