Obrázky stránek
PDF
ePub

INDEX.

to, 227.

A.

Channing, sermons occasioned by

the death of, noticed, 399, 400.
America, Poets of, 25, 28 — poetry Common schools, 97 - 111.
of, 29, 33.

Concessions of Trinitarians, by John
Archbishop of Paris, pastoral letter Wilson, noticed, 248 - 252.

of, analyzed, with remarks upon, Curwen's letters and journal, re-
265, 279.

viewed, 359-381.

Curtis's, G. T., true issue of the
B.

convent question, 391.
Baptism, 213 — meaning of the

D.
word, 214, 217 — original mode
of, 217, 225 — subjects of, 225 De Wette's, human life, or practi-
duties of Christians in relation

cal ethics, noticed, 252 - 257.

Dillaway's, C. K., classics, 390.
Bible, the, its influence on science,
151 - 157 — on the fine arts, 157

E.
-music, ib. — painting and sculp-
ture, 159 — architecture, 161 Ecclesiastical History, difficulties
poetry, 163, 168.

and discouragements in the study
Bible, observations on, for the use of, 1.- 4.— advantages of, directly
of young persons, 126.

and indirectly, to the preacher,
Board of Education, fifth annual 4-24.
report of, 97 - 111.

Emmons, Dr. Nathaniel, biographi-
Bryant, W. C, his hymn of the sea, cal sketch of, 169 – 176 — birth
95.

and early education, 170—theolog-
Burial of the Seed, from the Ger- ical studies and position, 170, 171
man, by C. T. Brooks, 186.

- preaches and is ordained, 172
Burnap's' lectures on Christianity, anecdotes of, 172, 173 — his
reviewed, 187 - 196.

sermons and their character, 174
Burton, Dr. Asa, his peculiar opin- personal character, 174, 175 –

ions as a Hopkinsian, and his crit- his peculiar theological opinions,
icism of Edwards, 178- 180. 177.

[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

Cicero on the immortality of the Fellows's, Charles, tour in Lycia,

soul, a new translation of, 130 – 82- 94.

150 — continued, 316 - 338. Follen, Dr. Charles, his works and
Channing, Dr., notice of the death memoirs reviewed, 33 — birth and
and character of, 228 - 237.

early life, 35 — enters the univer-
VOL. XXXIII. 30 s. VOL. XV. NO. II.

51

sity at Giessen, 38— his charac-

J.
ter and devotion to freedom at
this period, 39 — lectures on the Jay's results of emancipation in the
civil law at Jena, 44 — his ideas West Indies, 382.
and purpose of perfection, ib. -
suspected of connexion with

L.
Sands, 45 — compelled to retire
to Switzerland, and becomes lec- Lamson, Rev. Alvan, address be-
turer at Basle, 47 — advised to fore the Berry Street Conference
leave Basle, sails for America, 49 on the uses of ecclesiastical his-
estimate of his character, 50 –

tory, 1-24.
56.

Latin hymn, translation of, 56.
Folsom's historical interpretations Locksley Hall, by Tennyson, quo-

of the book of Daniel, noticed, ted, 240 – 244.
123.

Longfellow's, Professor, poems on
Frothingham, Rev. N. L., his trans- slavery, 353 – 358.

lation of the Dying Flower, from Lycia, Mr. Fellows's second tour
the German, 288 - 290.

in, 83 — confines his observations

to that provinee, 84 — Calynda,
G.

ib. — land frogs, 85 — ruins, 85 –

87 - tombs and other ruins of
ΓΕΝΝΗ ΜΑ ΤΗΣ Α Μ ΠΕΔΟΥ, Tlos and Pinara, 87 – 89 — Xan-
review, &c., noticed, 126.

thus, 89 — primitive pastoral hab-
Goldsbury's Grammars noticed, 257. its of the present inhabitants, 93,
Gray, Dr. Thomas, his half-century 94.
sermon, noticed, 262.

M.
Griswold's poets and poetry of
America, 25-33.

Mann, Horace, his oration on the
Greenwood's sermons of consola- fourth of July, noticed, 258 - 262.
tion, 400.

0.
H.

Observations on the Bible for the
Hints on the interpretation of proph- use of young persons, 126.
ecy, by M. Stuart, noticed, 121.

Omnia, 197 — evil, 197, - prayer,
History, ecclesiastical, uses of, 1-24. 199 — love of God, 201 -
Homer, William Bradford, writings age, 204 — religion, 206 — the

of, and memoir by Professor German's native land, 207,— Sir
Park, 111 - 121.

Thomas Browne, 208.
Hopkinsianism, sketches of the his. Osgood's, Rev. Samuel, translation

tory of, with its divisions and sub- of De Wette's practical ethics,
divisions of opinion, 176-185. noticed, 252 - 257.
Hymn of the Sea, by W. C. Bry-

P.

cour-

ant, 95.

I.

Paris, archbishop of, his pastoral let-

ter analyzed, with observations
Insane of Massachusetts, 338 -

upon, 265 - 279.
great numbers of, still in neglect, Paul's Epistles, why too much neg-
338 - present state and charac. lected by liberal Christians, 70 —
ter, but insufficiency of existing chiefly for their supposed opposi-
asylums, 340 - 350 — Dr. Wood- sition or inferiority to the gospels,
ward's letter on the necessity of 71 — their true relation to the oth-
larger accommodations, 350 - 353. er parts of the New Testament,

considered, 71-74 — their local
307.
Religion and goodness, 279 - 287. Wilson's concessions of Trinitari.

and temporary bearings, 74-77 the Harvard Musical Association,
their bearing on the faith and noticed, 396.
practice of the church in all ages, Stuart's hints on the interpretation
77-82.

of prophecy, noticed, 121.
Peace principles, notice of the pro- St. Paul's epistles, essay on, 70 - 82.
gress of, 291

- signs of encour-
agement, 291 – 293 – individual

T.
and associated effort, 293, 296 -
Dr. Worcester and the Massachu- Tennyson's Poems, critique on,
setts society, 296 – Mr. Ladd, 297 237, 244.
— movements in Europe, 298 — Theological education in Paris, 265
means of successful operation, - 279.
299-306.

The Dying Flower, from the Ger-
Poems on slavery, by Professor man, by N. L. Frothingham,

288,
Longfellow, 353 - 358.

289.
Poets and poetry of America, 25–33.

U.
Poetry for schools, by the author of

American popular lessons, no- Upham's, Rev. C. W., fourth of Ju-
ticed, 389, 390.

ly oration, noticed, 124.
Preaching, complaints of, 57,- how
far groundless, 58 - 60 real de-

W.
fects of, 60 – 70.

Ward, George A., Esq., his edition
R.

of Curwen's journal and letters,

reviewed, 359.
Richter, Jean Panl, life of, noticed, Widow's Son, the, an original poem,
245 - 248.

noticed,

248-252.
S.

Y.
Sigourney, Mrs., Pleasant Memo-

ries of Pleasant Lands, noticed, Young, ode to, from Klopstock,
393 - 396.

translated by C. T. Brooks, 169.
Story's, William W., address before

ans,

« PředchozíPokračovat »