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BOOKS REVIEWED

IN

VOL. XXIII. OF THE NEW SERIES,

N. B. For Remarkable Passages in the Criticisms and Extracts, see

the Index at the End of the Volume.

A.

PAGE A'Bill, as amended by the

Committee for granting Relief to certain Persons dissenting from the Church of England, in relation to the Solem,

nization of Marriages 436 Accusations of History

against the Church of
Rome examined, in Re-
marks on many of the
principal Observations in
the Work of Mr. Charles
Butler, entitled the
“ Book of the Roman
Catholic Church," by
the Rev. George Towns-
end, M. A. of Trinity

College, Cambridge - 652 Annual Register ; or,

B.

View of the History, Politics, and Literature of the Year 1823

307 Answer to the Abbé Du

bois, by Henry Townley 1 Apology addressed to the Travellers' Club; or, Anecdotes of Monkeys - 205

PAGE
Baillie, Marianne, Lisbon

in the Years 1821, 1822,
and 1823

212 Baines, Rt. Rev. P. A., In

quiry into the Nature,
Object, and Obligations
of the Religion of Christ;
&c. &c.

174 Bland, Miles, B. D. F.R.S.,

Elements of Hydrosta-
tics : with their Applica-
tion to the Solution of
Problems

163 Blomfield, C. J., D. D.,

Bishop of Chester, Let-
ter to Charles Butler,

Esq. of Lincoln's Inn 268
Book of the Roman Catho-

lic Church; addressed
to Robert Southey, Esq.
LL. D. on his « Book of
the Church,” by Charles
Butler, Esq.

174 Book of Psalms in an Eng

lish Metrical Version, by
the Rt. Rev. Richard
Mant, D. D. Bishop of
Down and Connor 252

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D. Brief Narrative of an unsuc.

PAGE cessful Attempt to reach Dale, T., Irad and Adah; a Repulse Bay, through

Tale of the Flood Sir Thomas Rowe's

Poems-Specimen of a “ Welcome,” in His Ma

new Translation of the jesty's Ship Griper, in

Psalms

252 the Year 1824, by Cap- Davison, J., B. D., Inquiry

tain G. F. Lyon, R. N. 79 into the Origin and InBrougham, H., Esq., Prac

tent of Primitive Sacritical Observations upon

fice, and the Scripture the Education of the

Evidence respecting it - 570 People, addressed to the Defence of the true and caWorking Classes and

tholic Doctrine of the their Employers

337 Sacrament of the Body

and Blood of our Saviour C.

Christ, &c. &c. By the

Rev. Henry John Todd, Campbell, Mr., Suggestions

M.A.F.S. A.

449 respecting the Plan of an Diary of Henry Teonge,

University in London 337 Chaplain on Board His Century of Inventions of

Majesty's Ships Assistthe Marquis of Worces

ance, Bristol, and Royal ter. From the original

Oak, Anno 1675 to MS. With Historical and

1679. Now" first pubExplanatory-Notes, and lished from the original a Biographical Memoir.

MS.

379 By Charles F. Partington-523 · Dubois, Abbé J. A., LetChristian Truth explained

terson

the State of in familiar Letters on

Christianity in India, &c. 1 the Tenets of the Church of England. By the Rev.

E. C. Powlett

123 Controversial Tracts

Elementary Treatise Christianity and Moham

Mechanics. Designed medanism. - By- the late

for Students in the UniRev. Henry Martyn,

versity. By W. WheB. D. of St. John's Col

well, M. A. F. R. S. - 163 lege, Cambridge ; to Elements of Hydrostatics; which is appended an

with their Application to additional Tract on the

the Solution of Problems. same Question. By the By M.Bland, B.D. F.R.S. 163

Rev. S. Lee, A. M. D. D. 1 Ellis, Henry, F.R. S. Sec. Crisis ; or, an Attempt to

S. A., Original Letters, show from Prophecy, il

illustrative of English lustrated by the Signs of

History, &c. &c. With the Times, the Prospects

Notes and Illustrations - 54 and the Duties of the Essay on Instinct, and its Church of Christ at the

Physical and Moral Represent Period. By the

lations. By . Thomas Rev. Edward Cooper 242 Hancock, MD.

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REMARKABLE PASSAGES

IN THE

CRITICISMS AND EXTRACTS

IN VOL. XXIII. OF THE NEW SERIES.

A.

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er

PAGE Application of mechanics to the purposes of astronomy

467 Archbishop of Tuam the only

prelate who countenances the
proceedings of the Bible So-
cieties in Ireland

325 Archdeacon of Sarum, first childhood of the ;

178 Argument of the Christian

Scriptures with subsequent
experience

237 Astronomical establishment at

the Cape of Good Hope - 471 Athanasian creed, vindication

593

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A Ccession of the house of

Hanover grounded on parliamentary title

120 Adventures of the diabolists at St. Petersburg

423 Advice to a fashionable preach

485 Age of metaphysics has passed by, the

157 Albaroni, cardinal, character of

121 An author, if he is able to per

form much better than others,
ought not to content himself

with merely doing well 225 Anglo-Saxons, their conversion not to be attributed to miracles

189 Ant, wonderful instincts, of the 43 Apology for the form of absolution in the church

304 Apostolic age, propagation of the gospel in the

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B.

Baptism derived from a Jewish custom

303 Bellarmine's opinion of the temporal supremacy

of the pope

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Benefits arising from the Tithe Church of Rome adverse to
Composition Bill

319 morality, religion, and good
Bible Society's translation of

order

- 654
the Scriptures, objections Clean and unclean beasts, re-
urged against

13 marks on the distinction be-
defence of
16 tween

- 573
incorrectness of ex- Clumsy fabrication respecting
isting versions admitted 18

Bishop Halifax

366
Bigoted credulity of Dr. Milner 182 Coincidence between the doc-
Birds, the care of, for their

trines of the apostles and the
young

46 rites and institutions of the
Bishop's college, advantages to

law

- 236
be derived from

37. Compasses, uselessness of the,
Bishop Hoadly no exemplar of off Southampton island 83
faith to the Protestant clergy 431 Consecrated ministers of Christ

are required to pronounce ab-
solution in his name

- 306
C.

Constitutions of Clarendon,

the, were of a doubtful cha-
Calvinistic notions of predesti-

racter

195
nation, election, and reproba- Contrast between national
tion, remarks on the

585 schools and Mr. Brougham's
Catholics admitted to be rest-

parochial seminaries 489
less and agitated

320

Cortes, ball given to celebrate
Cells of the honeycomb, mathe-

the first sitting of the - 215
matical correctness of the 44 Cranmer's conduct admits of
Character and court of Louis

substantial extenuation 453
XIV.

117 Cranmer most unjustly charged
Charles I. ; a popish wife the

with hypocrisy and collusion
cause of his decapitation; and

in the business of queen Ca-
a popish church absolved his

therine

455
infamous son

205

Cranmer's repeated recanta-
Charts, defects of the old, re-

tions considered

458
specting the coast of South- Crows, extraordinary instinct

87
ampton island

of two

47
Childish trifling about a “de- Cruelties of expiring popery,
ceased friend”

- 137 and frenzy of triumphant
Christ is not in the bread, but

puritanism

175
in him that worthily eateth Cucumber and vine, organic
the bread
461 functions of the

40
Christian religion in India, al- Curious phenomena in the com-
leged decline of the
7 bustion of mixed gases

600
Christmas-day off the coast of Czernitscheff, diplomatic ta-
Candia
385 lents of prince

289
Chronometers affected by altera-
tion of atmospheric density = 607

D.
Church, the real privilege of

the, overlooked and sacri- Danger of having too much
ficed by a civil and a spiritual time at liberty,remarks on the 541
usurper

193 Deceptions practised by the
Church Missionary Society, suc-

Jesuits to forward the inter-
cess of its labours

19 est of the gospel
Church of Rome, the, and the Decorum of the Scotch during

Norman princes played into the royal procession to Edin-
each other's hands

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Defence of the Protestant

reference to the Messiah ex-
clergy against the charge of

plained

617
hypocritical infidelity 268
of the

established
church

126

F.
Description of the house of

425 Faith depends upon the cha-
of the cathedral

racter and behaviour of the
clock of Lyons
- 328 believer

258
of a tempest

315

Falsification of a passage in
Difficulty of contracting clan-

Justin Martyr by Dr. Mil-
destine marriages under the

363
existing law

438 Family prayer, encouragement
Disadvantages of travelling in to the performance of 103
France

329 Father Campian, the Jesuit, re-
Disgusting hypocrisy of Fouché 292 marks on Butler's account of 656
Distinction between half-edu-

Father Satutti's encounter with
cated and mis-educated 343 two devils

417
Drawing-room at Holyrood pa-

Form to be observed in the ce-
lace, description of the ladies

lebration of Unitarian mar-
who attended the

156

riages under the new act 441

Fouché's character of himself 273
E.

apology for voting

with the regicide majority - 274
Earl of Peterborough, anec-

account of the mur-
dote of the

391

der of the duke d’Enghien 279
Edinburgh, literary history of - 158 French revolution, and conse-
the mechanics

quences of the monarchical
have no decided superiority principle

114
over their brethren of other Futility of ascribing the power
towns

162 of reasoning to animals 52
Education, the, of a country

can only be amended by de-
grees

339

G.
Eloge on an avowed Socinian 484
Entertainment given by an Eng- General councils, contradiction
lish consul
386 in the decisions of

- 271
Esquimaux, description of the, Gentlemanly rebuke adminis-
to the south of Cape Pem-

tered to Mr. Wilberforce 300
broke

83 George IV., his feelings on ap-
description of their

proaching Calton-hiil 155
tents

83 Gloom and despair often pro-
Established church not even

duced by the Calvinistic doc-
agreed as to the deity it wor-

trines

264
ships

· 365 Goats, alleged reasoning pow-
Except in the belief of a

ers of two
Deity, and the rejection of all Grammar schools, design of

341
revelation, deistical writers Gratitude is a better motive for
neither agree with one an-

piety than fear

541
other nor with themselves 564 Griper, departure of the, from
Experiments respecting the de-

Deptford

80
viation of the needle

603

sublime picture of her
Explanation of an expression

danger

84
used by our Lord
615 - her providential escape

86
Expression used by Isaiah in

88

her second escape

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