ALLEGORIC vision, by S. T. Coleridge, xxi. 207. the Greeks (Potter) ; Theological books for lay-
Association, use and abuse of, xxii. 233.
men; the Press (Quarterly Review); Moral of
Australia (Grey's travels), xvi. 88.
history; Common mistake (Clarendon)-xv. 69.
APRIL-Signs of the times, Wesleyan Tracts
Baptising and christening, a dialogue, xv. 56. for the Times; Invalidity of dissent; the En-
Benefit of Clergy, a scene at Guildhall in the reign glish reformation (Heylin)-xvi. 94.
of Henry III. (Sir F. Palgrave), xxi. 206.
MAY- Monuments (Barr); the Church the
poor man's friend (Alison); Christian parents
Catholicity of the Church of England, No. I., xxi. (Bp. Taylor); the Liturgy (Heylin); the Church
of England (Rev. J. Milne); Quick and hard
No. II., xxii. 217. wits (Ascham); Important truth (Dr. Goddard);
Catlin on the North American Indians, xix. 152. the strength of England (Bp. Doane); St. Al-
Christmas-boxes, xxiv. 265.
ban's Abbey; Apostolic communion (Falloon);
Church, parson, and people, xix. 160.
Order and discipline (Bp. Bilson)-xvii. 114.
Church - service and its celebration, xv. 59 ; con- June-Church and State (Dr. Goddard); Wes-
cluded, xvi. 85.
leyanism; Prayers of the Puritans; a resident
Church-the Christian (Dr. Wolff), xiv. 36. Clergy (Quarterly Review); Lord Strafford and
Civil war in Spain, scene of (Captain Henning- Archbishop Laud (Book of Anecdotes); the
sen), xv. 64.
Church's cause God's cause (Abp. Laud); Ex-
Collingwood, Lord, life of, xxiii. 241.
tempore preaching (Book of Anecdotes); Church-
Content and discontent, a parable, xxiii. 260. wardens (Archdn. Manning)-xviii. 140.
AUGUST-Almsgiving (Bp. Short); Praise and
Debt, its peril, pains, and penalties, xiv. 34.
Humility (Sir T. More); House of Com-
Decrease of dissent, xxii. 223.
mons in the fourteenth century—xx. 190.
Doane, Bishop, his visit to the poet Wordsworth, SEPTEMBER— Wedding-ring; Bands; Testi-
mony of dissent to the Church; the Courtiers
Domestic matters, xv. 49.
of Constantius (Eusebius); Church-rate Mar.
tyrs (Church Magazine); Intolerance of dis-
English history, a series of letters on, No. I., xvi. 73. sent; National education-xxi. 211.
No. II., xx. 169.
NOVEMBER—Moral effects of the Great Rebel.
No. III., xxii. 228. lion (Clarendon); Education (Rev. R. Hussey);
Exmouth, life of Viscount, xiv. 25; concluded, xv. Church-decoration (British Magazine); Godfa-
thers and Godmothers; the Church our mother
(Newman); Popery (same); Attachment to the
Falkland, Viscountess, life of, xx. 181.
Church (Archdn. R. J. Wilberforce); the Holy
Fanatic, the (Gresley's “Bernard Leslie”), xx. 186. Communion (same); Fit guests for a king; Phy-
sical facts (Whewell)—xxiii. 261.
Geography of the Holy Land, xiii. 5.
DECEMBER — A popular work (Coleridge) ;
Gibraltar and the new bishopric, xx. 179.
William of Wy! am's charities (Chandler);
Gothic architecture, origin, progress, and decline Manufacturing system (Markland); State of
of (Bloxam), xviii. 130.
religion in America (Foster) –xxiv. 280.
Man of Ross, the, xiv. 37.
Hints for reading profitably, xxi. 193.
Madras, diocese of, xv. 61.
Mormonism, xxiii. 257.
Intelligence, xiii. 22; xiv. 46 ; xv. 71; xvi. 94; xvii.
118; xviii. 142 ; xix. 167 ; xx. 191 ; xxi. 213; xxii. New Zealand, xiii. 8.
236 ; xxiii. 263 ; xxiv. 281.
Notes of the Church, xix. 149.
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, life of, xvii. 97.
Notices of Books :-
JANUARY-Gresley's Forest of Arden ; Child's
JANUARY~On popery (Hickes); Popular go-
Christian Year; Schlegel's Lectures; Richard-
vernment (Plutarch); Prayer; Correct pronun-
son's Dictionary; Cotton's Letters to Cottagers
ciation (Jones); Historical associations (John-
FEBRUARY-Jameson's New Zealand ; Petit's
FEBRUARY--Religious destitution in England
Church Architecture; the Fairy Bower, and Lost
and Wales; a good Christian ; How to do good;
Brooch ; Magazine for the Young ; Welsh Tra-
Advice for the young (Kettlewell); Christian be-
ditions ; Anderson on Regeneration;
neficence (Bp. Ken); the Church of England
mon on the Church of England; Thoughts on
(Bp. Bull); Church of Rome (Dr. Hickes)—xiv. the Royal Christening-xiv. 44.
March-Rutilius, by Archdn. R. I. Wilber-
MARCH-Spurious liberality (Jelf); Charac- force ; History of Pews; Milford Malvoisin ;
ter of true believers (Mede); Religion among Fraser's Mesopotamia; Evans' Sketch; Eden's