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INDEX OF BOOKS REVIEWED.
* For Remarkable Passages in the Criticisms, Extracts, Ecclesiastical
and other Intelligence, see the Indexes at the end of the Volume.
Denham, (Rev. J. E.) Sermons, 446.
Appeal, to the Society of Friends on behalf
of Missions, 367.:
Ben David, Three Letters to the Editor of
the Quarterly Review, 329.
Blunt, (Rev. H.) Two Discourses on the
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, 459.
Buwring, (John) Hymns, 226.
Britton, (John) The Cathedral Antiquities
of England, 144, 155-160.
Broughton, (Rev. W. G.) Reply to the
Second Postscript in the Supplement to
David's) Letter to the Clergy of St. Da-
Catholic Emancipation, calmly considered,
Chandler, (Rev. Dr.) Bampton Lectures
on the Scheme of Divine Revelation, 196.
Churchill, (Thomas F.) Jesus Christ the
True God and Eternal Life, 66.
Coleridge, (S. T.) Aids to Reflection, 128.
Companion for Pilgrims, 226.
Cooper, (Allen) Gradual Developement of
the Office, &c. of Christ in the Prophets,
Croly, (Rev. George) Popery and the
Popish Question, 104.
Jackson, (Rev. James Edward) the two
main Questions between the Churches of
England and Rome discussed, 377.
James, (Rev. John) Comment upon the
Collects of Church of England, 374.
James, (Rev. P.) The Semi-Sceptic, 113.
Jowelt, (Rev. W.) Christian Researches is
Syria and the Holy Land, 136.
Walter, (Rev. H.) King Edward VI.'s
Ward,(William) Reflections on the Word
of God for every day in the year, 121.
the Peculiarities of the Christian Reli-
White, (Rev. Joseph Blanco) Practical and
Internal Evidence against Catholicism,
Whittaker, (Rev. William) Sermons on
Justification by Faith, 181.
Wood, (Thomas) The Parish Church, 224.
Raikes, (Rev. Richard) Two Essays, 125.
rian and Historiographer to his Majesty, and Preben-
VI. The Primer. A Book of Common Prayer, needful to be
used by all Christians, which Book was authorized
89 VII. Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism, ]
with occasional Strictures on Mr. Butler's Book of
thor of Doblado's Letters from Spain
dressed to the Lower Classes of Great Britain and
of the Political and Doctrinal Opinions of Messrs.
104 IX. The Semi-Sceptic; or the Common Sense of Religion
Considered. By the Rev. J. T. James, M.A.. .. 113 X. Reflections on the Word of God for every Day in the Year. By William Ward, of Serampore
.. 121 XI. Two Essays, by the late Rev. Richard Raikes, of Gloucester
125 XII. Aids to Reflection in the Formation of a manly Charac
ter, on the several Grounds of Prudence, Morality,
128 XIII. Christian Researches in Syria and the Holy Land in
1823 and 1824, in furtherance of the Objects of the