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699 ticed,

555

Acts, Question of the Genuineness Boynton, (C. B.), Anglo-French Al-

of the book of, considered 429 liance, in its relation to Russia,

Alford, (H.), The Queen's English, and the United States, noticed, 717

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396 Buckle, (H. T.), His assertion that

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545 Bunyan, (J.), Sever & Francis's edi.

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man. By J. W. Massie, reviewed, 343

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575

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719 Revolution in France, (1790),

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2

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717 ticed,

560

Annual of Scientific Discovery, 1864, Carlyle, (A.), His Autobigoraphy,

noticed,

572 reviewed, by A. Geikie,

83

Apocryphal Gospels, their relation Cathedrals, English, Article, by J.
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68
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601 Cavaliers, The American, Article,
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650
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550

Clapp,

296 Clark, (N. G.), Outline of the Ele-

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198
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399, 576 Clark, (W.), Kurdish Tribes of

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28

Hale,

482 Corson, (H.), New edition of Chau.

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388

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202-384

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398

Beecher, (Lyman), Autobiography Dawson, (H. B.), Edition of the
of, reviewed, by N. Porter, 354 Federalist, noticed,

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Denton, (W. & E. M. F.), The Soul Gravenhurst, by William Smith, re-
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· 198

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714 flict, noticed,

- 399

Dodd, (Frank H.), Pocket Series of Greeley, (Horace), The American

favorite Standard Authors, no-

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719

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575 Hackett, (H. B.), Christian Memo-

Dorman, (L. M.), What makes a rials of the War, noticed,

573
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324 Hole, (J. G,), Infant Baptism proved
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• 482
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716 lor, reviewed, by J. M. Sturte-

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496

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179

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346 Harbaugh, (H.), Heavenly Home,

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650 Harkness, (Albert), Latin Gram-
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716
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202, 391 Harwood, (E.), Sermon on Canaan,

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with Skepticism and Unbelief,

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324

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113 ters to the Joneses, noticed, 199

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203 ianity, noticed,

· 178

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the Book of Acts,

401 noticed,

574

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upon the Origin of the First Three as attested by the Evangelists, no-

577 ticed,

374

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383 viewed, by Mrs. C. M. Corson, 454
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379

Gage, (W. L.), Light in Darkness, Huss, (John), Review of the Ser-

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549 mons of, by E, H, Gillett, · 106

Geikie, (A.), Review of Autobiog Hutchinson, (E.), Music of the Bible,
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. 178
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83 Infant Baptism proved from the

Gillett, (E. H.), Life and Times of Unity of the Church in all ages,

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193 Article, by J. G. Hale,

482

Gillett, (E. H.), Review of Sermons Ingelow, (Jean), Poems, noticed, · 656

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610 Justice, General, How separate States

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573
Woolsey,

· 133

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574 thew and Mark, noticed,

543
Kirkland, (Mrs. C. M.), School Negroes, Have they a right to vote? 25
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571
Kurdish Tribes of Western Asia, Palmer, (R.), Book of Praise, no-
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23 ticed,

398
Lange, (J. P.), Commentary on the Parker, (Theodore), His critical
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543 opinions respecting the New Tes-
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517 Parker, (T.), Review of Weiss' Life
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· 379 Porter,

359
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594 and the Believer's Victory, no..
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548
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892 Phillips, (Wendell), Speeches, Lec-
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346 Pomeroy, (J. M.), Introduction to
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569
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397 Porter, (N.), Review of Charles
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369
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627 Porter, (N.), Review of Graven-
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169
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710 and Correspondence of Theodore
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359
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191, 568 a Revelation, Article,

265
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517 New Testament narrative of Mir.
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202 Renan, (E.), The Life of Jesus, no-
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175
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180 Renan, (E.), Religious History and
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201 Robertson, (F. W.), Sermons, no.
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546
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568
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50
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118, 203, 401, 577 Right but a Crime, noticed, 570
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699 Wayland, (F.), Life of Dr. Chal.
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50
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669 Woman, Has she a right to Vote? - 22
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712
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ENGLANDER.

No. LXXXVI.

JANUARY, 1864.

ARTICLE 1.-OF THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN NATU

RAL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS.

Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790.
Burke's Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, 1791.
Rousseau's Contrat Social, 1762.

Dr. Johnson's well known remark concerning Burke, that any one who should chance to meet him under a shed, whither both had run to avoid a shower, would feel him to be an extraordinary man, has an illustration in the intrinsic value and continued popularity of those political essays which related to current events, and were intended to be tracts for the times. Critics may complain of redundant and occasionally extravagant imagery, and statesmen may allege graver faults still; yet, for splendor of style, and for qualities incomparably higher than any rhetorical merit, the Reflections on the French Revolution will always command the admiration of the students of political science. No doubt serious defects in

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