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No. II.

Page.

Congregational Councils and Associations,

161

The Roman Catholic Faith,

172

Buddhism,

182

Case of Optical Illusion in Sickness, with an Attempt to Explain

its Psychology,

192

The Homeric Poems,

216

A complete Greek and English Lexicon of the Poems of Homer and the

Homeridæ, from the German of G. Ch. Crusius : translated by Henry

Smith, Professor of Languages in Marietta College.

The first three books of Homer's lliad, with English notes, critical and ·

explanatory, a metrical Index and Homeric Glossary, by Charles An-

thon, LL.D., Jay Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages in

Columbia College.

Dr. Stone's Memoir of Bishop Griswold,

227

Memoir of the Life of the Rt. Rev. Alexander Viets Griswold, D.D.,

Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Eastern Diocese.

By John S. Stone, D. D., Rector of Christ Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.

With an appendix ; to which are added a Sermon, Charge, and Pas-

toral Letter of the late Bishop.

Bishop Southgate and Episcopal Missions,

241

Vindication of the Rev. Horatio Southgate. A Letter to the Members

of the Protestant Episcopal Church, from Rev. Horatio Southgate, &c.

Reply of the Missionaries at Constantinople to charges by Rev. Horatio

Southgate.

Reply to the Missionaries at Constantinople, by Bishop Soutligate.

The American Tract Society,

272

Report (to the Public) of the Committee of the Synod of New York

and New Jersey, on the alteration of Books by the Publishing Com-

mittee of the Tract Society.

Address of the Committee of the American Tract Society to its Sup-

porters and Friends.

Address of the Committee at Boston to the Members and Friends of the

American Tract Society in New England.

The Martyrdom of Bishop Onderdonk,

284

The Proceedings of the Court convened under the third canon of 1844

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in the city of New York, on Tuesday, December 10, 1844, for the

Trial of the Right Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., Bishop of

New York, on a presentment made by the Bishops of Virginia, Ten-

nessee and Georgia. By authority of the Court.

A Narrative of Facts which led to the presentment of the Rt. Rev. Ben-

jamin T. Onderdonk, Bishop of New York. By Paul Trapier, Pres-

byter of the Diocese of South Carolina.
Bishop Onderdonk's Statement. A Statement of Facts and Circum-

stances connected with the recent trial of the Bishop of New York.

The Trial tried; or the Bishop and the Court at the bar of public opin-

ion. By Laicus.

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Pa, e

Ebenezer Porter Mason,

Life and Writings of Ebenezer Porter Mason, interspersed with hints to

Parents and Instructors on the Training and Education of a child of

Genius. By Prof. Denison Olmsted.

The Nature of the Christian Sacraments,

The Episcopal Church,

Journal of the Proceedings of the Bishops, Clergy and Laity of the Pro-

testant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, assembled

in a general convention held in St. Andrew's church, in the city of

Philadelphia, 1844.

Proceedings and Debates of the General Convention of the Protestant

Episcopal Church in the United States of America : held in the city

of Philadelphia, October, 1844.

Theories of the Christian Life,

Principles of the Interior or Hidden Life: designed particularly for the

consideration of those who are seeking assurance of faith and perfect

love. By Thomas C. Upham.

The Prospects which the Present Age Presents to the Cause of

Religious Freedom,

Massachusetts and South Carolina,

The Relative Character and Merits of the Congregational and

Presbyterian Systems,

Theodore Parker and the Boston Association,

A Letter to the Boston Association of Congregational Ministers, touch-

ing certain matters of their Theology. By Theodore Parker.

Literary Notices,

Life of Godfrey William Von Leibnitz, on the basis of the German

work of Dr. G. E. Guhbrauer. By John M. Mackie.—A Vocabulary

and Elementary Lessons for the Deaf and Dumb. By Harvey Prin-

dle Peet.-A Scriptural Manual, alphabetically and systematically

arranged, designed to facilitate the finding of proof-texts. By Charles

272

Report (to the Public) of the Committee of the Synod of New York

and New Jersey, on the alteration of Books by the Publishing Com-

mittee of the Tract Society.

Address of the Committee of the American Tract Society to its Sup-

porters and Friends.

Address of the Committee at Boston to the Members and Friends of the

American Tract Society in New England.

The Martyrdom of Bishop Onderdonk,

284

The Proceedings of the Court convened under the third canon of 1844

in the city of New York, on Tuesday, December 10, 1844, for the

Trial of the Right Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., Bishop of

New York, on a presentment made by the Bishops of Virginia, Ten-

nessee and Georgia. By authority of the Court.

A Narrative of Facts which led to the presentment of the Rt. Rev. Ben-

jamin T. Onderdonk, Bishop of New York. By Paul Trapier, Pres-

byter of the Diocese of South Carolina.

Bishop Onderdonk's Statement. A Statement of Facts and Circum-

stances connected with the recent trial of the Bishop of New York.

The 'Trial tried; or the Bishop and the Court at the bar of public opin-

ion. By Laicus.

1

Pa, e

Ebenezer Porter Mason,

Life and Writings of Ebenezer Porter Mason, interspersed with hints to

Parents and Instructors on the Training and Education of a child of

Genius. By Prof. Denison Olmsted.

The Nature of the Christian Sacraments,

The Episcopal Church,

Journal of the Proceedings of the Bishops, Clergy and Laity of the Pro-

testant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, assembled

in a general convention held in St. Andrew's church, in the city of

Philadelphia, 1844.

Proceedings and Debates of the General Convention of the Protestant

Episcopal Church in the United States of America: held in the city

of Philadelphia, October, 1844.

Theories of the Christian Life,

Principles of the Interior or Hidden Life: designed particularly for the

consideration of those who are seeking assurance of faith and perfect

love. By Thomas C. Upham.

The Prospects which the Present Age Presents to the Cause of

Religious Freedom,

Massachusetts and South Carolina,

The Relative Character and Merits of the Congregational and

Presbyterian Systems,

Theodore Parker and the Boston Association,

A Letter to the Boston Association of Congregational Ministers, touch-

ing certain matters of their Theology. By Theodore Parker.

Literary Notices,

Life of Godfrey William Von Leibnitz, on the basis of the German

work of Dr. G. E. Guhbrauer. By John M. Mackie.-A Vocabulary

and Elementary Lessons for the Deaf and Dumb. By Harvey Prin.

dle Peet.-A Scriptural Manual, alphabetically and systematically

arranged, designed to facilitate the finding of proof-texts.' By Charles

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