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zealous, and in the discussion of the subject a great The Principles of Psychology. Part I. The Data of deal of information is gathered together. Psychology. By Herbert Spencer. pp. 142.
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There is a marked contrast in the subjects and recently published, yet it may still be regarded as an independent work on the ethical doctrines and styles of these two works, but each of them is exsystems. It contains, in separate divisions, a dis- cellent in its way. The first of the volumes named éassion of the theory of ethics and an historical pal, and each has merit in its inode of treatment.
is hortatory, and the second expository and doctrisummary of ancient and modern ethical systems. The students of Spencer will, of course, take notice Evening by Evening; or, Readings at Eventide for of the publication in wbich he presents, in syste
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vii., 400. New York: Sheldon & Co. philosophy. The pamphlet of Dr. Barnard is the The present volume is a sequel to the author's address delivered by him before the American As-, “Morning by Morning.” The style and peculiarisociation for the Advancement of Science, at the ties of Mr. Spurgeon's works are so well known that annual meeting, held in Chicago in August, 1868.
it is only necessary to note the appearance of a new
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like, he is at least earnest. The Phenomena and Laws of Heat. By Achille Cazin. Translated and Edited by Elihu Rich.
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We have here an additional volume in the series Scenes and Incidents in the Life of Samuel Aud. of popular works on the wonders of science, which ley Rhea. By Rev. Dwight W. Marsh. pp. 381. Scribner & Co. have recently introduced into this Philadelphia: Presbyterian Publication Commitcountry. It is written in a style entirely intelligi
tee. ble, even to persons without scientific training, and This is certainly a most interesting volume. We the numerous illustrations add greatly to the inter- have lingered with pleasure over many of its chapest of the text.
ters, and we most heartily commend it to those who
can appreciate the qualities of an earnest and saintly HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.
missionary. Baptist llistory, from the Foundation of the Christian Church to the close of the Eighteenth Century. By
FICTION J. M. Cramp, D.D. pp. 598. Philadelphia : Amer- Typhaines Abbey, a Tale of the Twelfth Century. ican Baptist Publication Society.
By Count A. De Gobineau, translated by Charles In this work the author seeks to set forth, his D. Meigs, M. D. pp. xii., 436. Philadelphia: torically, the origin and progress of the distinctive Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. opinions and practices of the Baptist denomination. Dr. Meigs, in dedicating his translation to the It begins with notices of the apostolic and early author of the original, is quite extravagant in laud
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Emma Marshall. pp. 161. From T. B. Peterson & Brother, Philadelphia. As Teddy's Dream, or a Little Sweep's Mission. By respects the last-named work, the translator says Emma Leslie. that Rydberg, though scarcely thirty years of age, Robert Carter & Brothers, N. York, send us these. is already acknowledged to be the foremost living The last two are additions to their “Fireside Liprose writer of Scandinavia.
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