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Address to Teachers, 203. Life beyond the Mountain Wave,
Niagara Falls, 29.
Nicoll's Poems, 312. Building of Churches, 155. Predictions of the End of the Church Music, 310.
World, 241. Claims of the Bible on our Peru- Qualitications for the Commusal, 131.
nion, 69. Close of the Year, 2.
Reason and Revelation, 13. Destruction of Opium in Canton, Saturday Night at David Elling36.
ton's, 272. Dewey's Discourses, 6.
Sketches drawn from the New Editorial Notice, 1.
Testament, 85, 144. Exposition of Matthew xii. Spirit of Christ, 151. -15, 206.
Sunday School in Boston in 1791, Exposition of Mark vii. 11-13, 39. 259.
The Christian Layman, 199. Female Authorship, 248.
The Christian Miracles, 210, Follen Charles, Biographical No- 253. tices of, 99.
The Morning Star, 189, Furness's Prayers, 92.
The New Controversy concernIlow are the great Evils of the ing Miracles, 327.
World to be Removed, 61. The Poor Shoemender, 140. Instructions of Travel, 336. Thoughts on Interpretation, 305. Intellectual Speculation, 181. Were our Fathers Persecutors Kingdom of Ileaven, 128.
more than we, 154. Kirkland President, Sketch of Withering of the Fruitless Fig the Character of, 3:22.
The Christ of Consciousness, by Intuition of God, by Rev. Caleb
Rev. James Walker, D, D., 21. Stetson, 191. Omnipresence of God, by Rev. The Evil of Sin, by Rev. Orville Ephraim Peabody, 74.
Dewey, D. D., 261. The Truth the Comforter, by The Upright Man, by Rev. AnRev. Cyrus A. Bartol, 121. drew P. Peabody, 317.
Bible Stories, 109.
Lunt's Two Discourses at QuinCape Cod Centennial Celebration, 223.
Malian's Scripture Doctrine of Cellerier's Authenticity of the Christian Perfection, 164. New Testament, 288.
Morison's Centennial Address at Channing's Lectures, 221.
Peterboro', N. 1., 223. Charles Elwood, 311.
My Little Friends, 46. Clinch’s Poems, 282.
Peabody's Centennial Address at Combe's Lectures on Popular Wilton, N. II., 223. Education, 226.
Peabody's Discourse on the ReCongdon's Flowers, 282.
vival of Religion, 227. Delusion, or the Witch of New Prize Essays on a Congress of England, 108.
Natious, 280. Dewey's Sermon on the Loss of Rogers's Sermon on the Loss of the Lexington, 106.
the Harold and the Lexington, Ellis's Two Discourses at 106. Charlestown, 348.
Rollo's Travels, 47. Embury's Pictures of Early Rollo's Correspondence, 47. Life, 45.
Rosanna, or Scenes in Boston, Foster's Essays, 229.
43. Fox's Discourse Warren Sacred Philosophy of the Sea
Street Chapel, 285. Furness's Discourse on the Loss Sargent's Discourse at Dedicaof the Lexington, 106.
tion of Suffolk Street Chapel, Gilman's Discourse on the Life 286. and Character of Hon. Thomas Services for Rev. R. C. WaterLee, 165.
ston's Ordination, 167. Ilowe's Address before the So- Shepard's Pebbles from Casta
ciety for the Prevention of Jia, 282. Pauperism, 287.
Sparks's Works of Franklin, 279. Johnson's Missionary Failures, Stetson's Two Discourses at 346.
Medford, 284. Jouffroy's Introduction to Ethics, The Annualette, 48. 219.
The Boy's Talisman, 48. Lothrop's Sermon on the De- The Christian Teacher, 158.
struction of the Lexington, The Lecturess, 110.
White Slavery, 41.
American Bible Society, 353. Jews in Syria, 297.
ers for Foreign Missions, 351. Iustitute, 171. American Education Society, Letter from a Unitarian Miuister 354.
in England, 57. American Temperance Union, Mahomedans, 118. 354.
Maine Convention of Unitarian Anniversaries in New York, 353. Churches, 51. Anniversary Week, 292.
Manchester College, York, 296. Armstrong, Rev. James D. D., Mendicity in London, 117. 210.
Miller's Lectures on Second Author of “The True Plan of a Coming of Christ, 172. Living Temple," 58.
New Chapel in Belfast, Ireland, Benevolent Fraternity of Church- 296.
Newton Theological School, 115. Boston Quarterly Review, 114. Paltrey's Lectures on the EviBowring's Sketches of Oriental dences of Christianity, 231.
Religions, 118, 177, 297. Persecution of Christians in Bultinch Street Society in Bos- China, 176.
Protestant Chapel in Jerusalem, Carpenter, Rev. Lant L. L. D., 117. 339.
Religious Instruction in St. Channing's Lecture Self Croix, W. I. 117, Culture, 59.
Revival among the Methodists, Channing's Works, 239.
174. Christiau Review, 115.
Revivals, 116, 236, 293. Church of Scotland, 237.
Samaria and ihe Samaritans, 177. Congregational Clergymen in State of Religion in Burlington, Massachusetts, 355.
I. T, 231. Contributious for Mobile, 117. Temperance in Ireland, 295. Converts to Protestantism, 59. Theological Education in the Coptic Christians, 119.
West, 2:36. Derby Lecture at Ilingham, 352. Tracts in England, 176. Dudleian Lecture at Cambridge, Unitarian Churchi at Iloulton, 351.
Me., 174. Earthquake in Burmah, 177. Unitarian Society at Chicago, III., Education for the Ministry, 116. 2:33. Good Movement in Louisville, Unitarian Society at Syracuse, Ky. 294.
N. Y., 232. History of Houlton, Me., 357. Waterville College, 116. Intelligence from Quincy, Ill.
ORDINATIONS AND INSTALLATIONS.
Rev. Augustus C. L. Arnold— Rev. John M. Merrick-WalFall River, Mass., 289.
pole, Mass., 55. Rev. Claudius Bradford-Hub- Rev. John Parkman-Dover, N. bardston, Mass., 350.
H., 289. Rev. Eliphalet P. Crafts—Sand- Rev. Charles Robinson-Medwich, Mass., 49.
field, Mass., 49. Rev. Curtis Cutler-Peterboro', Rev. Edward Stone, as an EvanN. H., 113.
gelist to the West-ProviRev. Edward H. Edes-Kenne- dence, R. I., 350. bunk, Maine, 50.
Rev. William G. Swett-Lynn, Rev. George E. Ellis-Charles- Mass., 111. town, Mass., 230.
Rev. Robert C. Waterston, as Rev. Frederick T. Gray-Bos- Minister-at-Large Boston, ton, Mass., 53.
Mass., 52. Rev. William H. Kinsley-Stow,
Boston, Mass., 170.
Medfield, Mass., 49.