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and Foster. The kind manner in which the manuscripts have been rendered accessible, lays the Editor and his readers under lasting obligations.
At the urgent and frequent solicitations of many esteemed friends, the Journal will henceforth appear under the slightly changed title of “The CHRISTIAN Record.” The range of investigation and of topics will thus be somewhat enlarged; and, if occasion should arise, discussion permitted on a subject which its present denominational title would seem to preclude, or prejudge. Some advantage will arise, if on some common ground Baptists and Peedo-baptists can meet, and exchange thoughts on the “vexed question,” which sunders them. It may aid the coming of that time, when we shall not only have One Lord and One Faith, but also One BAPTISM.
May the God of our fathers, pour out his blessing on this and on every other effort to glorify His Name !
Neumarket House, Nailsworth,
Nov. 24, 1848.
ORIGINAL PAPERS, ESSAYS, &c.
Acquaintance with 'the original Scrip-
tures by Ministers, on, 297
Baptismal Regeneration the Doctrine of
the Church of England, 421
Baptist Foreign Missions, 364
Acts xvii. 18, and Phil.
Immortality of the Soul assumed in the
New Testament, 209
Influence of Recent Revolutions, 558
Intercourse with God, 337
Ireland, its present state, 579
Jesus Christ, 57
Kind Words from the Baptist Union, 301
Liberty, equality, fraternity, 244
Literal Translation of Psalm cxxxvii., 349
Mennonites, the, of the Pfalz, 28
Neander on Historical Developement of
the Church examined, 448
Notes of a Sermon on Job xxxiv, 22, by
John Foster, 553
Perseverance in Religion, by Robert
Poetry, 41, 158, 296, 318, 588, 456
Praying in the Spirit, 408, 457
Prevailing Prayer, on, 115
Pulpit and Bar compared, 373
Readers, to our, 1
Restoration of Judah and Israel, 153, 205
Resurrection, the, 22, 150
Rome guilty of Idolatry ? 462, 501
Scriptural and Moral Philosophy, 174,
Servant of God, the, 225
Thoughts, Paragraphs, Laconisms, &c.,
35, 257, 589
Vocal Praise of God, the, 472, 533, 580
Voyage to Utopia, 572
Wrestling of Jacob, 138
Egypt, her Testimony to the Truth, 16
Boucher's Man's Right to God's Word,
“ Who will live for ever," Rev. J. H.
Faith and its Counterfeits, 544
Gray's Immortality, 157
Guide to the Gates of Zion, 433
Gurney's Lecture on Idolatry, 265
Haldane's Exposition of Galatians, 383
Hammersmith Protestant Discussion, 322
Herschell's Jewish Witnesses, 101
Herschell's Child's Help to Self-Exami-
Hobson's Domestic Piety, 542
Howard's Eight Lectures on Puseyism,
Church, the, 39
Chase's Life of Bunyan, 593
Christian Treasury, 593
Christianity and the Hampden Contro-
Chronology of Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and
Clowes's Importance of Right Views on
Collyer's Hymns for Israel, 385
Davenport's Land of Glory, 494
Davids' England's Obligation, 322
Davies' Sketches from the Cross, 155
Denham's Marriage with deceased Wife's
Dick's Philosophy of a Future State, 321
Evans on the Spirit of Holiness, 542
Kennedy's Science and Scripture, 323
Kingdon's Yucatecan Grammar, 38
Last Days of a departed Mother, 321
Leask's Sanctified Intellect, 544
Leask, on National Revolutions, 268
Lectures to Young Men, 323
Life of Solomon, 214
Littell's Living Age, 323
, 12, for “ primitive,” read privative.
6 from bottom, for “first cat," read first oak.
5, for “ theory,” read Rector.
31, for “Saviour,” read favour.