No. CCXVII. APRIL 4.
Points of Resemblance between Joseph and Jesus Christ, by
the rev. John Chandler, M.A., vicar of Witley, Surrey 217
Lectures on the History of the Christian Church, by the
rev. Richard Burgess, second series; No. I.
The Sabbath Adapted to the Necessities of Man; a
SERMOX, by the rev. S. N. Kingdon, B.D., fellow of
Sidney Sussex coll., Cambridge
Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh, M.A.,
Warminster; No. IV.
The Necessity of Religious Education (Meek)
THE CABIXHT: Extracts from bishop Heber, abp. Leighton 231
POETRY : Gethsemane; Nolo mortem peccatoris
MISCELLANEOUs: The Gospel (bishop Andrews); Im-
portance of Order (Christian Guardian)
No. CCXVIII. MARCH 11.
Conformity to the World, by the rev. Charles Rawlings,
A.B., St. Stephens and St. Pennis, Cornwall
The Services of the Church. No. IV. Versicles, Doxology,
Ejaculations, Gloria Patri
BIOGRAPHY: Life of Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston
Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh; No. V.
St. Paul at Athens (rev. W. Bowles)
The Penitent Malefactor; a SERMON for Good Friday, by
the rev. Thomas Scott, M.A., rector of Wappenham 240
The Vestry Meeting (rev. W. Gresley)
THE CABINET : Extracts from abp. Magee, rev. T. Scott,
rev. H. Melvill
POETRY: Palm Sunday (rev. H. O'Neill); Mount Calvary
(rev. D. T. K. Drummond); Hymn for the Crucifixion 247
MISCELLANEOUS : Submission ; the Reformation
Personal Self-denial (rev. F. G. Hopwood)
Receive not the Grace of God in vain: а SERMON by the
Rev. J. S. Hodgson, Castle Combe, Wilts
THECABINET: Extracts from dean Stanhope, abp. Leighton 143
POETRY: Paraphrase of Proverbs iii. 16, 17. (E. T. Pilgrim) 144
MISCELLANEOUS: Professional Life (Blackwood); Queen
Anne's Bounty (Glover); Gifts not Grace; Catholics
No. CCXII. MARCH 7.
Envy and its Consequences, by the rev. Edward Hanson,
M.A., Ashdon. No. I.
Memoir of bishop Chase (continued from p. 80)
The Eternity of Future Punishment: a SERMON, by the
rev. Robert Grant, B.C.L., Bradford Abbas
Sacred Poetry: by James Chambers, Esq.
THE CABINET: Extracts from bp. Stillingfleet, bp. Sumner 159
POETRY: The Secret of the Lord
MISCELLANEOUS: The Bible (Bautain); Discouragements
(Brenton); The East (Blackwood)
No. CCXIII. MARCH 14.
Envy and its Consequences, by the rev. Edward Hanson.
Esau's Penitence (Wogan)
Sudden Death of a Young Man
The Call to Jonah : a Sermox, by the rev. Denis Kelly,
M.A., minister of Trinity church, St. Brides
Memoir of bishop Chase (continued from 153)
THE CABINET : Extracts from bishop Hall, 'A Kempis
POETRY: Lays of Palestine, No. VI. (T. G. Nicholas); Is
all Well ? Christ a sure Refuge
MISCELLANEOU8 : Bishop Wishart (Stephen's Life of abp.
Sharp); Religion in America (Captain Marryat): Re-
ligious Desires ('A Kempis)
No. CCXIV. MARCH 21.
On the Choice of Books, and Study of the Scriptures, by
the rev. Ellis B. Were, M.A., Chipping Norton
Sermon by a Waldensian pastor.
The Services of the Church. No. III.;The Absolution;
The Lord's Prayer
Sin a Reproach and Hindrance; a SERMOX, by the rev.
W. Battersby, St. Lawrence, Evesham
Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh, M.A.
Thoughts in Afiction, by Joseph Pearn. No. III.; Barti-
THE CABINET : Extract from the rev. H. M'Neile
POETRY: The Church; Lament of the Patriarch (M. A.
MISCELLANEOUS: Small Parishes (bp. Denison); Prayer
(dean Comber); Memory; Inward Sin
No. CCXV. MARCH 28.
Growth in Grace, by the rev. H. S. Richmond, Denton,
National Education, by the rev. John Sinclair, M.A. 195
Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh, M.A.
Gambling and its concomitant Vices. No. 'Iv. The
Gaming House (continued)
Joseph carried down into Egypt: a SERMON, hy the
rev. W. Blackley, M.A.
Church Scenes in Ohio (rev. H. Caswall)
THE CABINET: Extracts from bishop Horne
POETRY: Uses of Adversity (rev. c. S. Bird); The
MISCELLANEOUS : Position of the Church of England 208
No. CCXIX. APRIL 21.
The Authority of a Parochial Minister, and its extent, by
the rev. Emanuel Strickland, M.A., Brixton Deverill, Wilts 249
Memoir of bishop Chase, (concluded from page 175)
Immensity of the Divine Power (rev W. Whewell)
The Resurrection of the Dead, the Completion of the System
of Redemption; a Sermon for Easter Day, by the rev.
Richard Skipsey, South Cowton
Sacred Poetry, by James Chambers, Esq.; No. VIII.
THE CABINET: Extracts from archdeacon Wilberforce; bp.
POETRY: Hymn for Spring (Davis); Happiness of Heaven;
Hymn for the Resurrection
MISCELLANEOUS: Training Schools (bp. Denison); Lapland
Superstition (lion. A. Dillon); God's Ordinances (bp. Horne) 264
No. CCXX. APRIL 25,
A persuasive to the Duty of Saying Grace at Meals, by the
rev. H. A. Herbert, Eldersfield, No. I.
BIOGRAPHY : Life of Sir N. Barnardiston (concluded from
The Western Home
The Flowers of the Field; a SERMOX, by the rev. H. W.
Newland, M.A., Gloucestershire
The Services of the Church, No. V., the Venite Exultemus 276
Exhortation to the Lord's Table (rev. H. Blunt)
THE CABINET : Extracts from Barrow, dean Graves
POETRY : The Christian's Cross of Coinfort; the Christian's
last Farewell; the Worldling's last Farewell
MISCELLANEOUS: Danger of the Young (rev. T. Best)
No. CCXXII. MAY 2.
The Responsibility of our Influence over others, by the rev.
John Jackson, M.A., Islington
SACRED) POETRY: by Janes Chambers, esą. No. IX.
Operations of the Holy Ghost (rev. J. E. Blies)
The Spirit of Adoption; a SERION for Whitsunday, by
the rer. R. B. Fisher, M.A., vicar of Basildon
Punctuality in Family Prayer (Stodart)
Sunday Reflections, by Mrs. Riley. No. XVI. “One Day." 373
THE CABINET: Extracts from Dr. Hole, Serle
POPTRY : Abide with us (rev. G. Bryan); This World and
the Next (Mary Howitt)
MISCELLANEOUS: Power of the Spirit (Bingham); Lette;
Moa (Kolff); Hindoo Infanticide
No. CCXXIII. MAY 9.
Public Baptism, by the rev. T. Bissland, M.A., Rector of
Hartley Maudytt, Hants
Introductory Lecture, addressed to the Walthamstow Asso-
ciation, (concluded from 222)
Services of the Church, No. VI.
Christian Motives and Christian Responsibility: a SER-
xox, by the rev. H. W. Lloyd, M.A., Vicar of Cholsey,
Lectures on the History of the Christian Church, by the rev.
Richard Burgess, B.D. No. II.
THE CABINET: Extract from Dr. Ogden
POETRY: Valley of Jehosophat
MISCELLANEOUS: Bunyan; The Christian Life
No. CCXXIV. MAY 16.
On Letter Writing, by the rev. Charles Terrol, M.A., Vicar
Church Missionary Society.- Visit of the bishop of Australia
to New Zealand
State of the Jews in Jerusalem in 1839
The Good and Faithful Steward : a FUNERAL SERMON, by
the right rev, Aubrey George Spencer, D.D., lord bishop
vf Newfoundland .
BIOGRAPIY: rev. sir George Wheeler, Knt., D.D., Pre-
bendary of Durham
THE CABINET: Extracts from bp. Patrick; Thomas Fuller 335
POETRY: Omniscience of God (Miss Beale)
MISCELLANEOUS: Legend of the Origin of Thuggee
No. CCXXIX. JUNE 20.
Participation of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at the
time of Marriage, by the rev. E. Wills, B.A., Burnham,
SACRED POETRY: by James Chambers, esq. No. X. 394
Mythology; Schamanism. No. I. By the rev. H. Christmas
Recollections of a Town Pastor. No. I. The Church as it
was, and is
The Worship of Heaven; a SERYOX, by the rev. W.T. Hop-
kins, M.A., rector of Nuffield, Oxon
BIOGRAPHY: Life of the most rev. Thomas Secker, D.C.L.,
abp. of Canterbury
THE CABINET: Extracts from Serle, Rev. T. Best, Dr.
Donne, bp. Horne, Fuller, bp. Beveridge
POETRY: Stanzas; Ruth's Entreaty (rev. J. Hill)
MISCELLAN BOUs: Harmony of the Mosaic Narrative with
Modern Science (Murray); Picture Worship (Hartley) 408
No. CCXXV. MAY 23.
The Entrance of the King of Glory, by the rev. Jolin
Wright, B.A., Curate of Tysoe, Warwickshire .
King Charles's Restoration.- The Duty of Submission to Hu-
man Laws; an Address by the rev. Charles A. Heurtley,
M.1., Wardington, Oxon
The Services of the Church, No. VII. The Lessons
The Christian Ministry : a SERMON, by the rev. J. C. Abdy,
11.A., rector of St. John's, Southwark
The Convert; a Legend of the Second Century
The Twenty-ninth of May (bp. Atterbury)
THE CABINET: Extract from the rev. E. Auriol
MISCELLANEOUB: Image Worship (Platter); Delhi (Major