ANDREWES, Bishop, life of, 169, 207, 227. . velation (Bp. Butler); Manufacturing system
Arabia and the Arabians, 60.
Anecdotes—An English squire ; George the
Books, choice and right use of, 197.
Third at chapel ; Triumph of perseverance--19.
March-Pattern of a wife (English Church-
Charitable bequests, 66.
man); Regal state (Clarendon); Daily Public
Christ's presence in the Sacrament of the Lord's Prayer (Addison)-71.
APRIL— Faith and practice of Geneva (Laing);
Church of England in relation to Romanism and Cost of schools and gaols; Teetotalism; Edu-
cational statistics; Intemperance and insanity
Church principles, their influence upon trade, 278. (Lord Ashley's speech); the Church and Dis-
sent (Poole's St. Cyprian); the oneness of the
Cowper on Churches and Church-matters, 132.
Church (Manning); Concession to Dissenters
Crabbe the poet and the Methodists, 178.
(Clarendon); Church visible and invisible (Man-
| Daguerreotype, 103.
MAY- Salvation by Christ only (Hooker);
Daily Service, reasons for, 277.
True religion (Bp. Buckridge); Church-rates
(Justice Tindal); Use and abuse of learning
! Eagle and the lion, 253, 273
(Jones of Nayland); Dangerous characters (Cla-
| Education of the middle classes, 64.
rendon); the Church the healer of the nation's
English history, letters on; No. IV. Conversion of || wounds (Gresley); a word to the rich (ibid.);
the Anglo-Saxons, 9.
Church courts (Archdn. R. I. Wilberforce); Cru-
English Universities, 279.
elty to animals (Jones of Nayland)--117.
Exeter, the Bishop of, on the Church-service, 183, JUNE-Church unity (Sir F. Palgrave); Treat-
ment of the Prayer-book by a Dissenter; Early
Fanshawe, Sir R. and Lady, some account of, 25. religious instruction; Bishop of Exeter on the
Feudal system, the, 185.
| French revolutionists, 111.
July-Family of S. Basil (Rev. J. H. New-
man); Church discipline (Quarterly Review);
Obligation of Dissenters to the Church (Prof.
Guido, the perfect servant: a fable from the Latin, Blunt); English Churchmen (Southey)-166.
AUGUST - Plymouth brethren (Bp. D. Wil-
son); Tracts for the Times (ibid.); Unity (Abp.
Hammond, Dr. H., life of, 1, 49, 104.
Laud); Evils of controversy (Spenser); Caution
to young and ardent Churchmen (Bp. of Oxford);
a true Catholic (Vincent of Lerins); Authority
Intelligence: see end of each Number.
of truth (Quarterly Review); Methodist hymns
Jones of Nayland, life of, 241, 265.
(Sir W. Scott); Good parishioners (Jones of
Jovinian, the proud emperor, 232.
Nayland); the offertory (Archdn. Hale); Modern
Italian brethren of the Misericordia, 8.
parliaments (Archdn. Wilberforce)-190.
* NOVEMBER- Pews (J. H. Markland, Esq.);
Labouring classes, dangers incident to, 127.
Dr. Pusey's sermon (Eng. Churchman); Esti-
Language, on the study of, 137.
mation of the truth (Dr. Hickes); a word to
Letters from the lakes, No. I. to II., 193.
schismatics (Bp. Hall); Sincerity (Jones of Nay-
-No. IV. to VIII., 217. land); Administration of baptism (Bishop of
Levant, the, and the Asiatic Islands, 145.
Madras; a common error (Jones of Nayland)
Maid of Orleans, the, 257.
Muhammed, life of, 73.
Manny, Sir Walter, 89.
Notices of Books.
· Middle ages, history of, 123.
JANUARY — Parley's, Abbot's, Gallaudet's
| Miscellaneous Extracts.
Children's Books; Hook's Church Dictionary;
JANUARY — Conscience (Jones of Nayland); Seven Sermons at Leeds ; Marshall's Art of
Misapplying Scripture (Bishop Sanderson); a reading Church Music; Fragments on the Lord's
Scotch Presbyterian and the Church of England Supper, from Jeremy Taylor; the Jewess; Too-
(Penny); Disputes (Leighton); Christian wor. good's Sketches; old Man's Rambles; Paget's
ship (St. Basil, St. Cyril); Episcopacy (Chilling Churchman's Calendar; Robert Marshall;
worth); Paten and chalice; Morality of secta Clarke's Poems—19.
rians (Manning); the Liturgy; Heretics and FEBRUARY_Cheap Literature ; Neale's Songs
schismatics (St. Augustine); Reason and re-l and Ballads; Wesleyan Tracts for the Times ;