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No. CCII. JANUARY 4.

MISCELLANBOUS: The Army and Navy (sir J. N. Wil-

loughby); Wine (sir W. Raleigh)

The Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles, by the rev. T.

No. CCVII. FEBRUARY 1.

Bissland, M.A., rector of Hartley Maudytt, Hants

1

BIOGRAPHY: Life of William Wilberforce, esq. .

4

The Priest after the order of Melchizedec, by the rev. C.

St. Paul's Prayer for bis Converts: a SEXMON, by the rev.

Endes, M.A., Sheffield

73

Henry Curtis Cherry, M.A., rector of Burghfield

8

Notes on the state of the Church previous to the schisin be-

The Services of the Church of England: the order for Morn-

tween the East and the West, by the rev. C. Lane, M.A.,

ing and Evening Prayer. No. 1. The Sentences, or

Kennington. No. II.

75

Verses.

11 Memoir of Bishop Chase (continued from Vol. VII. p. 413) 78

Notes on the State of the Church previous to the Division Christian Perfection : a SERMON, by the rev. E. G. Marsh,

between the East and West, by the rev. Charlton Lane, M.A., prebendary of Southwell

80

M.A., minister of St. Mark's, Kennington. No. I. 13 Sacred Poetry: by James Chambers, Esq. No. VI.

84

THE CABINET: Extracts from lord Bacon, bp. Taylor, rev. Idolatry (Wogan)

85

J. Bateman, sir R. Baker

THE CABINET: Extracts from rev. H. Woodward, Serle,

POETRY : The Passage of the Star, by Dr. Badeley ; Hinder bp. Taylor

86

me not

15 POETRY: National Ballads, No. XIV. (M. A. Stodart); bp.

MISCELLANEOUS : Indian Superstitions (Missionary Regis Moore, (Southern Churchman)

87

ter); The Liturgy (bp. Blackall)

16

MISCELLANEOUs: Influence of Music (Hogarth's Musical

No. CCIII. JANUARY 11.

History); Martyrdom (Dr. Wolft); God's Children (Featley) 88

No. CCVIII. FEBRUARY 8.

The Christian Armour, by the rev. W. Stone, M.A., Whit-

The Family of God in Heaven and Earth, by the rev. R.

more, Staffordshire

17

BIOGRAPHY: Life of Wilberforce (continued from No.

Meek, M.A., Richmond

89

CCII.)

Fanny Clare

93

20

American Slavery (Foreign Monthly Review)

Man the Self-destroyer, and God the Saviour: a SERMON

23

The Unsearchable Riches of Christ : a SERYOX, by the rev.

by the rev. W. W. Champneys, M.A., St. Mary's White-

John Ayre, M.A., St. John's, Hampstead .

chapel

97

24

The Services of the Church. No. II. The Confession

The Leper Cleansed, by the rev. R. B. Kinsman, M.A. No. I. 100

28

Position of Dissent

101

Sunday Morning in an English Village (rer. W. Gresley) 29

THE CABINET: Extracts from Serle, rev. H. Woodward,

THE CABINET: Extracts from bp. Beveridge, bp. Taylor,

bp. Pearson

St. Gregory, abp. Sancroft

102

SO

POETRY : National Ballads. No. XI. By M. A. Stodart;

POETRY: Hymn (Rev. G. Bryan); Birth-dny (rev. W. P.

Stanzas

Hutton)

103

31

MISCELLANEOUS : Mozart (Hogarth); Visitations (bp. C. R.

MISCELLANEOUS : Astronomy (Wilberforce); Syrian Chris-

Sumner); Migration of Birds (Richardson's Travels)

tians (Dr. Wolft') ; Eastern Anecdote; Abon Hannipalı ;

32

the Village Church (Osler)

104

No. CCIV. JANUARY 18.

No. CCIX. FEBRUARY 15.

The Poor in the Land, by the rev. Robert Armitage, M.A. 33

The signs of an Atheistic Spirit, by the rev. T. White.

BLOGRAPHY: Life of Wilberforce (continued from No.CCIII.) 35

M.A., rector of Epperstone, Notts

105

Queen Elizabeth (Davenport).

38 Notes on the State of the Church, by the 'rev. C. Lane,

Sacred Poetry, by James Chambers, esq. No. V.

38 M.A. No. III.

107

Christian Ministers Helpers of their People's Joy : a Sør-

BIOGRAPHY : rev. Richard de Courcy

109

xox, by the rer. D. Bagot, B.D., St. James's Chapel,

Address to Masters on the Duty of Preventing Sin in their

Edinburgh

Servants, by the Rev. J. E. Golding, M.A.

110

The Gifts of God, by M. A. S. Barber. No. VII. Brotherly

The Perfection of God's Law: a Sermox by the Rev. T. Dixon,

Kindness

44 M.A., S. Shields

THB CABINET : Extracts from bp. Taylor, rev. H. J. Rose,

Gambling and its concomitant Vices. No. III. The Gam-

Book of Homilies

46 ing House

POETRY: Missionary Hymn (Dr. Greville); To my God Tuk CABINET : Extracts from rev. C. Wolfe, bp. Horne,

child (rev. R. C. Trench)

47 Mrs. H. More, St Chrysostom, bp. Bull, rev. R. Anderson,

MISCELLANEOUS: Spanish and Portuguese Jews (Dr. Wolff); Dr. South

Quietness (Hooker)

48 PORTRY: Dorcas (Mrs. Abdy); To the Dead (Christian

Examiner)

No. CCV. JANUARY 25.

MISCELLANEOUS: Deathbed of a Rabbi (rev. M. S. Alex-

The War in Heaven, by the rev. Thomas Madge, M.A., nder); Poor Protestant Irish; Evils of Ignorance

Curate of Kettering. No. I.

49

BIOGRAPHY : Life of Wilberforce (concluded from No.

(rev. J. H. Caunter); The Pitcher Plant

120

No. CCX. FEBRUARY 22.

52

Glorying in the Cross of Christ : a Sermox, by the rev. H.

On the Personality of Satan, by the rev. Edward Auriol,

O'Neile, M.A., St. Anne's, Lancaster

M.A., vicar of Newton-Valence, Hants

57

The Exiles of Zillerthal (Dr. Rheinwald, translated by J. B.

The Music of the Reformed Church. (Hogarth's Musical

History)

123

60

'ABINET: Extracts from Serle, Adam

The Leper Cleansed, by the Rev. R. B. Kinsman, M.A. No. II. 126

03

National Ballads. No. XII. By M. A. Stodart

Sultan Mahmoud

64

IXEOI'S:

Christ the End of the Law for Righteousness : a SERXON,

Chipe Bayard (Sir J. Nesbitt Wil-

t's # F

by the rev. M. M. Preston, M.A. Vicar of Cheshunt 129

our to God's Ministers (bp.

Constraining Influence of the Love of Christ : (rev. E. Auriol) 134

The CABINET: Extracts from Serle, bp. Taylor

ARY 31.

POETRY: Spring (Mrs. Woolley); On seeing the Moon rise. 185

Hiomas Madge, M.A.,

MISCELLANEOUS: Socinianism (rev. T. Byrth); Christian

65

Contentment (rev. J. Davies); Scheme for the fab-

deavouring to prevent

bath (Dr. Johnson); the Race-course (Whytehead) 136

J. E. Golding, M.A.,

No. CCXI. FEBRUARY 29.

67 The Folly and Danger of an Atheistic Spirit, by the rev.

62 T. White, M.A. No. II.

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No. CCII. JANUARY 4.

MISCELLAN BOUS: The Army and Navy (sir J. N. Wil-

loughby); Wine (sir W. Raleigh)

The Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles, by the rev. T.

Bissland, M.A., rector of Hartley Maudytt, Hants

No. CCVII. FEBRUARY 1.

1

BIOGRAPHY: Life of William Wilberforce, esq. .

The Priest after the order of Melchizedec, by the rev. C.

St. Paul's Prayer for his Converts: a SERMON, by the rev.

Eades, M.A., Sheffield

73

Henry Curtis Cherry, M.A., rector of Burghfield

S

Notes on the state of the Church previous to the schisin be-

The Services of the Church of England: the order for Morn-

tween the East and the West, by the rev. C. Lane, M.A.,

ing and Evening Prayer. No. 1. The Sentences, or

Kennington. No. II.

75

Verses.

11 Memoir of Bishop Chase (continued from Vol. VII. p. 413) 78

Notes on the State of the Church previous to the Division Christian Perfection: a Serron, by the rev. E. G. Marsh,

between the East and West, by the rev. Charlton Lane, M.A., prebendary of Southwell .

80

M.A., ininister of St. Mark's, Kennington. No. I. 13 Sacred Poetry: by James Chambers, Esq. No. VI.

84

THE CABINET : Extracts from lord Bacon, bp. Taylor, rev. Idolatry (Wogan)

85

J. Bateman, sir R. Baker

14 The CABINET: Extracts from rev. H. Woodward, Serle,

POETRY : The Passage of the Star, by Dr. Badeley ; Hinder bp. Taylor

86

me not

15 POETRY: National Ballads, No. XIV. (M. A. Stodart); bp.

MISCELLANEOUS : Indian Superstitions (Missionary Regis Moore, (Southern Churchman)

87

ter); The Liturgy (bp. Blackall)

16

MISCELLANEOUs: Influence of Music (Hogarth's Musical

No. CCIII. JANUARY 11.

History); Martyrdom (Dr. Wolff); God's Children (Featley) 88

No. CCVIII. FEBRUARY 8.

The Christian Armour, by the rev. W. Stone, M.A., Whit-

The Family of God in Heaven and Earth, by the rev. R.

more, Staffordshire

17

BIOGRAPHY: Life of Wilberforce (continued from No.

Meek, M.A., Richmond

89

CCII.)

Fanny Clare

93

20

American Slavery (Foreign Monthly Review)

Man the Self-destroyer, and God the Saviour: a SERMON

23

The t'nsearchable Riches of Christ : & SERMOX, by the rev.

by the rev. W. W. Champneys, M.A., St. Mary's White-

John Ayre, M.A., St. John's, Hampstead .

chapel

97

24

The Services of the Church. No. II. The Confession

The Leper Cleansed, by the rev. R. B. Kinsman, M.A. No. I. 100

28

Position of Dissent

Sunday Morning in an English Village (rev. W. Gresley)

101

29

THE CABINET : Extracts from Serle, rev. H. Woodward,

THE CABINET: Extracts from bp. Beveridge, bp. Taylor,

bp. Pearson .

St. Gregory, abp. Sancroft

102

30

POETRY : National Ballads. No. XI. By M. A. Stodart;

POETRY: Hymn (Rev. G. Bryan); Birth-day (rev. W. P.

Stanzas

Hutton)

103

31

MISCELLANEOUS : Mozart (Hogarth); Visitations (bp. C. R.

MISCELLANEOUS : Astronomy (Wilberforce); Syrian Chris-

Sumner); Migration of Birds (Richardson's Travels)

tians (Dr. Wolff); Eastern Anecdote; Abon Hannipah ;

32

the Village Church (Osler)

104

No. CCIV. JANUARY 18.

No. CCIX. FEBRUARY 15.

The Poor in the Land, by the rev, Robert Armitage, M.A. 33 The signs of an Atheistic Spirit, by the rev. T. White.

BIOGRAPHY : Life of Wilberforce (continued from No.CCIII.) 35 M.A., rector of Epperstone, Notts

105

Queen Elizabeth (Davenport).

38 Notes on the State of the Church, by the 'rev. C. Lane,

Sacred Poetry, by James Chambers, esq. No. V.

38

M.A. No. III.

Christian Ministers Helpers of their People's Joy: a SER-

BIOGRAPHY : rev. Richard de Courcy

109

yox, by the rer. D. Bagot, B.D., St. James's Chapel, Address to Masters on the Duty of Preventing Sin in their

Edinburgh

Servants, by the Rev. J. E. Golding, M.A.

110

The Gifts of God, by M. A. S. Barber. No. VII. Brotherly

The Perfection of God's Law: a Serxox by the Rev. T. Dixon,

Kindness

44 M.A., S. Shields

112

THB CABIXET : Extracts from bp. Taylor, rey. H. J. Rose,

Gambling and its concomitant Vices. No. ill. 'The Gam:

Book of Homilies

46 ing House

116

POETRY: Missionary Hymn (Dr. Greville); To my God THK CABINET: Extracts from rev. c. Wolfe

, bp. Home,

child (rev. R. C. Trench)

47 Mrs. H. Moro, St Chrysostom, bp. Bull, rev. R. Anderson,

MISCELLANEOUS: Spanish and Portuguese Jews (Dr. Wolff);

Dr. South

113

Quietness (Hooker)

48 PORTRY: Dorcas (Mrs. Abdy); To the Dead (Christian

No. CCV. JANUARY 25.

Examiner)

119

MISCELLANEOUS: Deathbed of a Rabbi (rev. M. S. Alex-

The War in Heaven, by the rev. Thomas Madge, M.A., ander); Poor Protestant Irish; Evils of Ignorance

Curate of Kettering. No. I.

49 (rev. J. H. Caunter); The Pitcher Plant

120

BIOGRAPHY : Life of Wilberforce (concluded from No.

No. CCX. FEBRUARY 22.

CCIV.)

52

Glorying in the Cross of Christ ; a Sermox, by the rev. H.

On the Personality of Satan, by the rev. Edward Auriol,

O'Neile, M.A., St. Anne's, Lancaster

M.A., vicar of Newton-Valence, Hants

12

57

The Exiles of Zillerthal (Dr. Rheinwald, translated by J. B.

The Music of the Reformed Church. (Hogarth's Musical

Saunders, esq.)

History)

123

60

THE CABINET: Extracts from Serle, Adam

The Leper Cleansed, by the Rev. R. B. Kinsman, M.A. No. II, 126

63

Sultan Mahmoud

128

Porry: National Ballads. No. XII. By M. A. Stodart 64

MISCELLANEOUs: Chevalier Bayard (Sir J. Nesbitt Wil-

Christ the End of the Law for Righteousness : a SERMOX,

loughby's “Extracts"); Honour to God's Ministers (bp.

by the rev. M. M. Preston, M.A. Vicar of Cheshunt

Taylor)

Constraining Influence of the Love of Christ : (rev. E. Auriol) 134

64

The CABINET: Extracts from Serle, bp. Taylor

No. CCVI. JANUARY 31.

POETRY: Spring (Mrs, Woolley); On seeing the Moon rise. 195

The War in Heaven, by the rev. Thomas Madge, M.A.,

MISCELLANEOUS: Socinianism (rev. T. Byrth); Christian

Curate of Kettering. No. II.

05

Contentment (rev. J. Davies); Scheme for the fab-

Address to Parents on the Duty of Endeavouring to prevent

bath (Dr. Johnson); the Race-course (Whytehead)

136

Sin in their Children, by the rev. J. E. Golding, M.A.,

No. CCXI. FEBRUARY 29.

Walton, Peterborough

67 The Folly and Danger of an Atheistic Spirit, by the rev.

New Churches in the Diocese of Chester

02

T. White, M.A. No. II.

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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.

220
The Sabbath Adapted to the Necessities of Man; a

SERMOX, by the rev. S. N. Kingdon, B.D., fellow of
Sidney Sussex coll., Cambridge

224
Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh, M.A.,
Warminster; No. IV.

228
The Necessity of Religious Education (Meek)

2:29
THE CABIXHT: Extracts from bishop Heber, abp. Leighton 231
POETRY : Gethsemane; Nolo mortem peccatoris

231
MISCELLANEOUs: The Gospel (bishop Andrews); Im-
portance of Order (Christian Guardian)

232

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No. CCXVIII. MARCH 11.

Conformity to the World, by the rev. Charles Rawlings,
A.B., St. Stephens and St. Pennis, Cornwall

233

The Services of the Church. No. IV. Versicles, Doxology,

Ejaculations, Gloria Patri

234

BIOGRAPHY: Life of Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston

235
Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh; No. V.

238
St. Paul at Athens (rev. W. Bowles)

239
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)

244
THE CABINET : Extracts from abp. Magee, rev. T. Scott,
rev. H. Melvill

247
POETRY: Palm Sunday (rev. H. O'Neill); Mount Calvary

(rev. D. T. K. Drummond); Hymn for the Crucifixion 247
MISCELLANEOUS : Submission ; the Reformation

248

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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

199

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

(Stonard)

No. CCXII. MARCH 7.

Envy and its Consequences, by the rev. Edward Hanson,

M.A., Ashdon. No. I.

146

Memoir of bishop Chase (continued from p. 80)

147

The Eternity of Future Punishment: a SERMON, by the

rev. Robert Grant, B.C.L., Bradford Abbas

153

Sacred Poetry: by James Chambers, Esq.

No. VII.

THE CABINET: Extracts from bp. Stillingfleet, bp. Sumner 159

POETRY: The Secret of the Lord

159

MISCELLANEOUS: The Bible (Bautain); Discouragements

(Brenton); The East (Blackwood)

160

No. CCXIII. MARCH 14.

Envy and its Consequences, by the rev. Edward Hanson.

No. II.

181

Esau's Penitence (Wogan)

164

The Zulus

164

Sudden Death of a Young Man

187

The Call to Jonah : a Sermox, by the rev. Denis Kelly,

M.A., minister of Trinity church, St. Brides

168

Memoir of bishop Chase (continued from 153)

172

THE CABINET : Extracts from bishop Hall, 'A Kempis

175

POETRY: Lays of Palestine, No. VI. (T. G. Nicholas); Is

all Well ? Christ a sure Refuge

175

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

177

Sermon by a Waldensian pastor.

178

The Services of the Church. No. III.;The Absolution;

The Lord's Prayer

182

Church Rates

183

Sin a Reproach and Hindrance; a SERMOX, by the rev.

W. Battersby, St. Lawrence, Evesham

184

Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh, M.A.

No. 1.

188

Thoughts in Afiction, by Joseph Pearn. No. III.; Barti-

mieus

190

THE CABINET : Extract from the rev. H. M'Neile

190

POETRY: The Church; Lament of the Patriarch (M. A.

Beale)

491

MISCELLANEOUS: Small Parishes (bp. Denison); Prayer

(dean Comber); Memory; Inward Sin

192

No. CCXV. MARCH 28.

Growth in Grace, by the rev. H. S. Richmond, Denton,

Kent

193

National Education, by the rev. John Sinclair, M.A. 195

Meditations for Lent, by the rev. J. H. A. Walsh, M.A.

No. II.

197

Gambling and its concomitant Vices. No. 'Iv. The

Gaming House (continued)

199

Joseph carried down into Egypt: a SERMON, hy the
rev. W. Blackley, M.A.

200

Church Scenes in Ohio (rev. H. Caswall)

THE CABINET: Extracts from bishop Horne

POETRY: Uses of Adversity (rev. c. S. Bird); The

Sinner Called

207

MISCELLANEOUS : Position of the Church of England 208

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No. CCXXI. APRIL 30.

A Persuasive to the Duty of Saying Grace at Meals, by the
rev. H. A. Herbert, Eldersfield ; No. II.

281

The Last of the Family

233

Thoughts on Historical Passages of the Old and New Tes-

tament. No. 14, The Ark, by the Rev. C. Arnold .

Recognition in Eternity (Becon)

POETRY: The Cities of the Plain (H. H. Tucker); The

Young Communicant

288

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No. CCXXII. MAY 2.

The Responsibility of our Influence over others, by the rev.
John Jackson, M.A., Islington

289

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SACRED) POETRY: by Janes Chambers, esą. No. IX.

361
Operations of the Holy Ghost (rev. J. E. Blies)

300
The Spirit of Adoption; a SERION for Whitsunday, by
the rer. R. B. Fisher, M.A., vicar of Basildon

308
Punctuality in Family Prayer (Stodart)

372
Sunday Reflections, by Mrs. Riley. No. XVI. “One Day." 373
THE CABINET: Extracts from Dr. Hole, Serle

374
POPTRY : Abide with us (rev. G. Bryan); This World and
the Next (Mary Howitt)

375
MISCELLANEOUS: Power of the Spirit (Bingham); Lette;
Moa (Kolff); Hindoo Infanticide

376

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