Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

Indian literature, 38, 144, 223. See ! LITERARY NOTICES, continued.
also Tamil sacred song.

Gough's "Songs from the Woodlands,
Italy. See under RELIGIOUS INTELLI.

and other Poems,” 363—“Hymns of
GENCE, GENERAL.

Prayer and Praise,” 549

Grundy's Ministerial Recreations in
Jews. See under RELIGIOUS INTELLI-

Biography, Theology, and Science,"
GENCE, GENERAL.

847
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, a German view of, Harris' “ Six Lectures ou Questions .
440

indicative of Character,” 363
Johnston, Rev. William, M.A., “Me-

Hefele's "History of the Councils of
morials of the Life and Work" of, 971 the Church, from the Original Docu.

ments,” 650
Kafsir mission, brief reminiscences of the

Herbert's “ The Temple : Sacred Poems
early days of the, 481, 577

and Private Ejaculations,” 653
Knox, John, Dr. M‘Crie's “Life” of, Hole's “Young Christian Armed; or,
noticed, 902

The Duty he Owes to God:" A

Manual, etc., for Youth, 362
Lake poets,” the: a German view of, Hutchinson's Thoughts on the Book of
441

Job,” 548
Languages: their classification and Mellor's “ Priesthood in the Light of the

changes, 987-their changes and con- New Testament: The Congregational
struction, 1115

Union Lecture for 1876"...847
Lavington, George, Bishop of Exeter, 909, Menzies' (Mrs. S.) “ Hints on Bible-
1123

Marking,” 550
Lawson, Dr., of Selkirk, short notice of, Moody, D. L., "Arrows and Anecdotes"

432-- Macfarlane's “Memoir" of, re- by; "with a Sketch of bis Early
ferred to, 977

Life," etc., by John Lobb, 943
Lay-representation, Conference reference Morgan's (Mrs. Hunt) "Elvira; or,
to, 831-in Ireland, 837

The Power of the Gospel," 1039
Like for like, 525

Morning Beams from the Sun of Right-

eousness, 942
LITERARY NOTICES. See alco Murphy's “ Critical and Exegetical
Reviews.

Commentary on the Book of Psalms;
Anderson's "Reunion in the Heavenly with a new Translation,” 360

Kingdom, and other Discourses," Pilkington's “ Confessions of
1131

Augustine, Bishop of Hippo,” 942
Arthur's "Life of Gideon Ouseley," Pope's “Prayers of St. Paul : Being
266

an Analysis and Exposition of the
Bruce's "Humiliation of Christ, in its Devotional Portion of the Apostle's

Physical, Ethical, and Official Writings," 846
Aspects,” 941

Popery weighed in the Balance and
Caspari's “Chronological and Geo- found Wanting, 267

graphical Introduction to the Life of Punshon's“ Sermon, and Official Charge
Christ,” 267

to Young Ministers,” 649
Charlesworth's (Maria Louise) “ Oliver Rhodes' "Our Visit to Rome; with
of the Mill,” 650

Notes by the Way," 1038
Coultas' Zoology of the Bible,” 1038 Rigg's " Living Wesley, as he was in his
Cor's "Holiness unto the Lord.' Youth and in his Prime,” 644

Illustrated in the Character and Life Roe's “West African Scenes," 363

of Mrs. Fletcher, of Madeley,” 1039 Smith's“ Gems Reset ; or, The Wesleyan
Dickinson's Theological Quarterly,

Catechisms Illustrated," 359
548

Spurgeon's “The Interpreter ; or,
Elliott's (Ruth) “A Voice from the Scripture for Family Worship, etc.,"

Sea; or, The Wreck of the Eglan- 359—“Commenting and Commen-
tine,” 550

taries: together with a Catalogue of
Exell's “Study and the Pulpit,” 548 Biblical Commentaries and Exposi-
Finney, Rev. Charles G., "Memories" tions,” 462

Stevenson's “Memorials of the Wesley
Goodwin's “Christ and Humanity; Family; including Biographical and

St.

with a Review, Historical and Criti. Historical Sketches of all the Mem-
cal, of the Doctrine of Christ's Per- bers of the Family for Two Hundred

and Fifty Years, etc.," 461

of, 464

son,” 360

by, 898

LITERARY NOTICES, continued. Miller, Hagk, description of Dr. M'Crie
Stuart's " Teitual Criticism of the

New Testament for English Bible
Students," 653

MISSIONARY SOCIETY, W'ESLEYAN.
The American Pulpit of the Day, 548 Anniversary of the Society. Annual
The Autograph Tert-Book, 550

Meeting: abstract of the Report,
The Christian's Secret of a Happy 551-speech of Alexander M‘Arthur,
Life, 912

Esq., M.P., (Chairman,) 555-Rex.
The Clergyman's Magazine, Vol. II., 944

Gervas: Smith, M.A., (President of
The Finest of the Wheat,'' 550

the Conference,) 741; Rev. James
The Lancasters and their friends: A Fleming, 744; Rev. William Bur-
Tale of Methodist Life, 1039

gess, 745; Mr. W. A, Stephenson,
The Minister's Pocket Diary and Visit- 746 ; Rev. Dr. Muilens, 747 ; Mr.
ing Bok for 1877......1154

J. H. Eaton, 718; Rev. A. W.
The Pocket Concordance to the Holy

Holland, 748 ; Rev. John Kilner,
Scriptures, 1039

750
The Preachers' Budget, 548
The Preacher's Commentary, 940

MODERN PULPIT, THE: “ The Americas
The Two Napoleons ; or, Europe during

Pulpit of the Day : Second Series,
the last Eighty Years, 849

349—Third Series, 1021
Tindall's “ Memoir of Mr. Samuel Hill
Smith, of Sheffield,” 651

Moncrieff, Res, Alexander, short account
Tinling's “Hidden Lessons, from the

of, 425
Verbal Repetitions and Varieties of Montgomery, Robert, Macaulay's severe
the New Testament,” 652

criticism on the Poems of, 818
Tyerman's “ Life and Times of the Moody and Sankey, the visit of, to L3o.
Rev. John Wesley, M.A., Founder of

don, etc., referred to, 2, 828_"work"
the Methodists,” 462

on, noticed, 943
Van-Lennep's “Bible Lands; their

Morse, Rev. Canon, invitation of, to the
Modern Customs and Manners illus.

members of the Conference, 844
trative of Scripture,” 944

Murchison, Sir Roderick, and the Geo.
Wesleyan-Methodist Kalendar, etc.,

graphical Society, 54
for 1877......1134
TV hedon's «
Popular Commentary on

Nightingale, Rev. Adam, the pioneer
the New Testament,” Vol. IV., 651

Newfoundland missionary, 1070
White's "Christ in the Tabernacle,” | Nottingham, the approaching Conference
1040

in, 6:1
Withrow's “Catacombs of Rome, and

old errors, ever new, 256
their Testimony relative to Primitive Olivers, Rev. Thomas, hymn of, on the
Christianity,” 1133

“ Last Judgment,” 922, 923
Wood's “ Highway of Salvation,” 847 Owston-Ferry law-suit, 268
Wynn's (Eva) “Sisters of Glencoe,”
1039

Patteson, Bishop, 154, 214, 322
Yeaines' “Black Bob of Bloxleigh ; or, Perinchief, Rev. 0., extracts from sermons

• We can see through It,' 1039 by, 21, 1023
Livingstone, Dr., referred to, 55

Phillips, Dr., Professor of Geology, short
Lyell, Sir Charles, short account of, 57

notice of, 57
* Lyra Christi,170, 241

Piozzi, Mrs., remarks of, on Dr. Laring.

ton's “Enthusiasm of Methodists and
Macaulay, Lord, 534, 624, 714, 814 Papists Compared,” 913-915
M. Crie, Thomas, D.D., 898

Plato, sketch of the order of the sciences
Macfarlane, John, LL.D.,“ Memoir" of, by, 1110

971—“Life” of Dr. Lawson by,
referred to, 432

POETRY.
Macleod, Norman, D.D., 511, 618, 820 Autumn song, 1010
Madan, Rev. Martin, mutilations of Christ in the storm, 271
Wesley's hymns by, 532

Christ on the sea, 368
Melville, Andrew, 1090—short account of Follo:cing Jesus, 559
Dr. M'Crie's “Life” of, 903

Hymn of Prudentius, 960
Merle D'Aubigné's “History of the The last words of John of Baraereld,

Reformation,” Lord Macaulay's opinion 560
0, 816

The sower, 848

;

Pope's “ COMPENDIUM OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, GENE-

THEOLOGY :" I. General remarks ; The RAL, continued.
rule of faith; The credentials of re- Germany: Old Catholic conference at
velation, 311-11. God; God and the

Bonn, 86
creature; Sin, 401-111. The Media- India : appeal for more missionaries,
torial ministry; The Person, Offices, and 88-Lector's bearing on Christianity
Work of Christ; The finished Atone- by native Christian gentlemen, 278
ment, 500--IV. The administration of

-Christian progress in Tinvevelly,
redemption ; The Christian salvation, 374--The Prince of Wales and the
602–V. Christian ethics; The Church;

Tinnevelly scholars, 375--The San-
Eschatology; Concluding remarks, thal mission of the Church Missionary
690

Society, 376--Visit of the Prince of
Popery. See Catholic Union Conference

Wales to Amritsar, 571-Progress
at Bonn, Queen Elizabeth and the

of Christianity at Amritsar, 662-
Papacy, Xavier, and under LITERARY

Calcutta, 1049-Ceylon : Missions of
Norices, and RELIGIOUS INTELLI-

the Church Missionary Society, aod
GENCE, GENERAL.

the recent action of the Bishop of

Colombo, 1139
Powers, Rev. H. N., extract from a ser- Ila!y: Christian work in Naples, 89–
mon on Isaiah xl. 31, by, 1024

progress of the Waldensian Church
Prest, Rev. Charles, Conference obituary missions, 279-results of the circula-

of, 934--short notice of, 813--refer. tion of the Scriptures, 660
ences to, 554, 559, 562, 741, 835, Jews, baptism of, at Königsberg, 181–
839

Christian labour among the, in Bres-
Pythagoras, the system of, noticed, 73

lau, 281; in Stuttgart, 469- Mis-

sionary work among the, in Frank-
Queen Elizabeth and the Papacy, 888

fort, 567-religious condition of the,

in Vienna, 1142
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

Dadagascar, 377, 839
Address, annual, of the Conference to

Naples, Christian work in, 89
the Methodist Societies, 828

Persia, new mission to, 277
Ryerson, Rev. Dr., retirement of, 845

Sicily: progress of the work of God at
Wesleyan Conferences of 1876: Irish, Caltanisetta, 280
833; British, 837-obituary of

Spain: progress of the work of God,
Wesleyan ministers in Great Britain, 87-circulation of the Bible, 182–
933, 1030; in Ireland, 1033; in the

Popish intolerance, called “Catholic
Foreign Missions, 1034

unity,” 565—Evangelistic labours

&mong the Gallegos, 566
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, GENE- Sumatra, 860
RAL.

Syria, 919
Africa, Equitor:al: the Nyanza expedi- Turkey, Central, 953
tion, 661

Vienna, 1142
Africa: Oran, 836,950—Algiers, 1050 Week of united and universal prayer,
African exploration missions, 183

January 2-9, 1878...84
Ashanti, the circulation of the Bible

aud inissionary enterprise in, 569 Reviews. See Charles, Count of Albany,
Bulgaria, 1046

Digenis Akritas, Egyptian language,
China: persecution of Christians in the Greek philosophy before Socrates,
province of Foh-kien, 1141

Indian literature, Lyra Christi,"
Chinese, success of Christianity among Macaulay, Macleod, MODERN Pulpir,
the, in Oakland, California, 470

Pope, Russian epic poelry, Two Pre's-
Church Missionary Society, 835

byterian worthies, Whewell, Dr.
Egypt: Miss Whitely's work in Cairo, Rosetta-stone, Dr. Young's examination
471

of the, 906
Evangelical Alliance Conference at Ruskin, John, extract from his “Lectures

Belfast : Old Catholic conference at on Art,781
Bonn, 84; Religious revivals, 86; Russian epic poetry, 718
Spain, 87; Christian Union, 87 Ryerson, Rev. Dr., retirement of, 845-
Evangelical Alliance, Pittsburg. extract from his work on “English

bieacial conference of the United Puritanism, etc.," 883—referrea to,
States organization of, 184

831, 845
France, home-mission work in, 373

>

PAGE

BY

A

Samson Agonistes: an analysis and | TEXTS ILLUSTRATED, continued..

critique, 58
Schiller, Friedrich, 261, 345

2 Corinthians ir. 8

.109
Scutland, the Secession Church in, 421- Ephesians i. 15-21

127
the Relief Church in, 798

Ephesians ii. 3

..652
Scott, Sir Walter, Dr. M'Crie's animad- Ephesians iii. 14-21

..199
versions on the “Old Mortality” of, Ephesians iv. 13.

.53
903

Ephesians v. 8

.1089
Sedgwick, Rev.Adam, Professor of Geology, Ephesians vi. 12, etc. ...652
short account of, 56

I T'imothy v. 4

..1067
Hebrews x. 32

652
SHORT ESSAYS
STUDENT OF Hebrews xiii. 20, 21

.........

303
PILOSOPHY : The poetical moralists of
Greece, 329--Intellectual substitution,

The Bishop of Peterborough at his

second triennial visitation, 47
443-Stoicism and the stoical tradi-
tion, 722— Physical explanation of

The churchmanship of John Wesley, 927
moral phenomena, 1005 — The classi.

The faithful dead, extract from Dr.

Anderson on, 877
fication of the sciences, 1110

Tax PRAYERS OF St. Paul: The glory
Smalbroke, Dr. Richard, Bishop of St.

of the inheritance, 127—The ind well-
David's, etc., 540, 635

ing Trinity, 199—Perfection in the
Sophists, the, notice of, 74

everlasting Covenant, 303
Spain. Sce Queen Elizabeth and the

Papacy, and under GLANCE AT PUBLIC Thomson, Dr. Andrew, Dr. M'Crie on the
OCCURRENCES, and RELIGIOUS INTEL- death of, 904
LIGENCE, GENERAL.

Thoughts for the new year, 1
Stjernhjelm, Georg: the father of Tischendorf, Coostantin von, 412
Swedish poetry, 234

Turkey. See under GLANCE AT PUBLIC
Sunday-School Union, Wesleyan Method. OCCURRENCES, and RELIGIOUS INTEL-

ist, Conference reference to, 830– LIGENCE, GENERAL.
referred to, 839

Two Presbyterian worthies: Dr. Johnstoa
Sunday-schools, number of scholars in, in and Dr. Macfarlane, 971

1851...22—re'erred to, by Conference
830

Unconscious orthodory, 27, 116
Tamil sacred song, 336

VARIETIES.
Taylor, Rev. Thomas, resusal by, of the A good word, 80
pastorate of a Reliet Churcb, 805

Blessed is the man unto whom the

Lord imputeth not iniquity," 80
TEXTS ILLUSTRATED. See also The Swedish Church under the sæay of

Pope's “COMPEDIUM OF CHRISTIAN Rome, 79
THEOLOGY” and Te E PRAYERS OF ST.
PAUL.

Warburton, William, Bishop of Glouces.
PAGE

ter, 1126
Exodus iii. 14

1087 Was the Methodist movement necessary?
Judges vi., vii.

395 452
Job i. 9, 10

..778 Iesley, Rev. Charles. See EARLY METH-
Jobi., ii.; 1 Kings xxii. 19-22..685, 586

AND DIGNITARIES ОР
Psalm lsi. 2

.979 ESTABLISHED CAURCH, and Hym-
Solomon's Song i. 3

1085 Book, Wesleyan-Methodist.
Joel ii. 28-30

490 Wesley, Rev. John, preface to the Hyma-
Nahum i. 7 ..............

Book by, 529-Dr. Rigg on the
Luke vi. 37

525

"churchmanship" of, 927-extract
Johu iv. 34-38...

......590

from, on false mysticism and quietism,
John x. 16

...54 167-169—"Works" on, noticed, 469,
Acts vi. 4

.878 644. See also EARLY METHODISY
Romans iv. 3, etc.

652

AND DIGNITARIES OF THE ESTAB-
Romans vi. l-11

782 LISHED CHURCH, and Hymn-Book,
Romans viii. 15, 16, 26,27; 1 Cor-

Wesleyan. Methodist
inthians ii. 4, 5, 13; 1 John Wesley, Revs. John and Charles, monu-
ii. 20, 27; John xiv. 16, 26;

ment to, in Westminster Abbey, 456
xvi. 13

540-547 What is religion? Some answers con-
1 Corinthians xiv. 15 ............547 sidered, 160

ODISM

THE

.......

......... 1027

[ocr errors]

Wilson, Rev. William, short notice of, 425
Wishart, George, 995

Whewell, Dr., the writings of, 1008,

1101
Whitefield, Rev. George, and the Secession

Church in Scotland, 429-431. See
also EARLY METHODISM AND DIGNI.
TARIES OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

Xavier, Francis, 789

Young Pretender, the, 738

INDEX TO THE BIOGRAPHY, ETC.

BIOGRAPHICAL

SKETCHES, continued.
Murgatroyd, Mr. Joshua,

477
Newell, Rev. John, 475
Norbury, Mr. Ralph,

1054
Norman, Mrs., 574
Reynolds, Mr. Charles,

664
Shield, Mr. Thomas

Walton, 93
Smith, Mr. Thomas,

1052
Smyth, Mrs. Frances

Elizabeth, 91
Solomon, Miss Mary

Ann, 753
Timms, Rev. Samuel,

668
Turner, Mrs. Henrietta

Parsons, 286
Webster, Mrs. Haunah,

756
Whitaker, Mr. Joseph,

476
Whitehead, Mrs. Betsy,

862

MEMOIRS, continued.
Pugh, Rev. Theophilus,

865
Shepstone, Rev. William,

481, 577
Sumner, Rev. John P.

and Mrs., 193
Sykes, Mrs. Mary, 1057
Thomas, Rev. John

Wesley, 391
Thompson, Mr. John,

1063
Truscott, Mr. Thomas

Melhuish, 961
Witty, Mr. Thomas, 289

RECENT DEATHS.

Barnes, Mrs., 959
Bayley, Mr. John Wil.

BIOGRAPHICAL

SKETCHES.
Allsworth, Mr. Henry,

186
Andrews, Mr. William,

757
Bentley, Mrs., 1142
Bowen, Mrs. Ruth, 754
Boyd, Mrs. Mary, 89
Boyns, Mrs. Elizabeth,

282
Brown, Miss E. M.,

955
Cuthbert, Mr. Henry,

765
Dalby, Mrs. Mary, 860
Davis, Miss Emma, 378
Davison, Mr. Robert,

jun., 1146
Davison, Mrs., 1144
Gill, Miss Barbara, 287
Gill, Miss Hannah, 288
Gittins, Mrs., 759
Govland, Mrs. Jane,

1053
Gray, Mr. Samuel, 953
Gray, Mrs. Sarah, 1149
Green, Miss Eliza, 472
Greenwood, Mrs. Sarah

Ann, 94
Hackett, Mrs. Kather.

ine, 762
Haigh, Mrs. Susan, 285
Hargreaves, Mr. George

James, 283
Harper, Howard, 188
Jackson, Mr. David, 378
Kay, Mr. James, 758
Laron, Mr. William S.,

957
Look, Mr. Edward, 1051
Macdonald, Mrs. Sarah

Phebe, 761
Mills, Mr. Henry, 185
Mole, Mrs. Elizabeth,

572

son, 480

MEMOIRS.
Butterwith, Mr. John,

673
Carter, Mr. John, 769
Davey, Mrs. Elizabeth,

679
Handcock, Rev. William

J., 385
Ivens, Mrs. Annie

Maria, 774
Joyce, Mrs. Mary, 871
Kirsop, Mrs. Jane Mar-

garet, 97
Leak, Mrs. Helen, 14
Nightingale, Rev.Adam,

1070

Brown, Mr. E., 672
Buttery, Mrs. Mary,

479
Davey, Mr. James, 384
Deeley, Mr. Jeremiab,

190
Faull, Mr. Joseph, 669
Fox, Lydia, 576
Haigh, Mr., 1151
Jones, Mrs. Anne, 190
Kirk, Mrs. John, 960
Lupton, Mr. John, 288
Moore, Mr. John O.,

576
Mordle, Mr. John, 671
Naish, Mr. Thomas, 670
North, Mr. Heyry, 96
Oddy, Mr. C. J., 288
Overton, Mr., 1056
Pechey, Mr. Joseph,

576
Phillips, Mr., 671
Porter, Mrs. Mary, 1152
Rossell, Mrs. Jane

P., 96

« AnteriorContinuar »