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Clarkson, the practical works of David,

466.
Codex, the age of the Sinaitic, 495.
Colenso's, Dr., difficulties, an examina-

tion of, 225.
Commentary on the Bible, a new, 240;

on the Acts of the Apostles, 460;
on the Old Testament, 465; a, on

the Lord's Prayer, 474.
Common Prayer, the arranged-as-said

edition of, 221.
Compassion, a prayer for, 361.
Compte, Auguste,et la Philosophie Posi-

tive, 440.
Conception, the Immaculate, 247.
Condorcet quoted, 86.
Conduit, the, of Mount Sion, 13.
Constantinople, the libraries of, 246.
Contributions to modern ecclesiastical

history, 310.
Cornelius, the centurion, 46.
Cotton, Archdeacon, quoted, 284.
Cousin, quoted, 88.
Creation, dislocation of the days of, 432.
Creed, the Nicene, 343.
Critiques Nouveaux, l'Idée de Dieu et
Cromlechs, 242.
Cross, the title over the, 202; inscrip-

tion upon the, 425.
Cuneiform inscriptions, the decipher-

ment of, 114.
Cureton, Dr., death of, 403; memoir

of, 403.
Curtius, Dr., quoted, 72.

Edessa, the chronicle of, 28; transla-

tion of, 30; notes to, 40.
Egypt, a winter in Upper and Lower,

419.
Egyptian origin of the Zodiac, 204.
Ellicott's Ephesians, 205.
Emir's wife, the, 27.
Encomium of the Martyrs, the, 403.
England, the relations of, to Christian-

ity, 206 ; the rise and progress of re-

ligious life in, 472.
Enquiry, an, respecting the origin of

the parable of the Rich Man and

Lazarus, 126, 290, 297, 304.
Enthusiasm, Religious, 360.
Ephesians, Ellicott's, 205.
Epistle, the, of Barnabas, 103.
Essay on the date of Korah's rebellion,

478.
Essays, Biblical, 217.
Essenes, the, 217.
Ethiopic prayers, 361.
Ethnography, the, of early Chaldea,187.
Eucharist, the, Greek, Latin, and An-

glican, 369; Whitby quoted on, 372;

Hymu on the, 376.
Eucharistic meditations, 469.
Euphrates, on the name, 418.
Eusebius of Cæsarea, an inedited ora-

tion of, 403.
Exegesis of difficult texts, 65, 275.
Exodus, remarks on the statistics of

the, 426.

ses, 436.

F

D

Fathers, the wisdom of our, 474.
Flood, the antediluvian history and

narrative of the, 474.
Forster quoted, 120, note.
French version of the Bible, a falsified,

429.

G

Dancing girls, 234.
Darwin, Mr., referred to, 77.
David, the typical character of, 14; was

he a type of the Messiah ? 25.
Davies, H., sermons of, 314, 349.
Days of creation, dislocation of the, 432.
Demosthenes, the archons of, 158.
Desecrations at Jerusalem, 75.
Dialogue between a gentleman and a

husbandman, 477.
D'Oyley and Mant quoted, 281.
Druses, the sheik of the, 213.

E

Gemarah, the, 323.
Genesis ix. 6, thoughts on, 314.
Gennesaret, fish in the lake of, 185,

186.
Geology, modern and scriptural, 222.
Girls, dancing, 234.
Goddess, a Carthaginian, 235.
Goodwin, Thomas, the works of, 219.
Gospel, the, of common sense, 473; the

genius of the, 477.
Gospels, a chronological synopsis of the

four, 458
Goulburn, Dr., quoted, 375.

Eccentricities of Hymnology, 249.
Ecclesiastical subjects, sermons on, 206;

history, contributions to modern, 310.

H

Jose, Rabbi, 323.
Josephus quoted, 2, 6.
Journey, the Sentimental, quoted, 354.

K

Hallam quoted, 89.
Hampden, Bishop, quoted, 375.
Haram, the great reservoir beneath the,

143; the sheik's, 233.
Hebrew text, the, 7; synonyms, 205,

429; the book of Ruth in, 468.
Hiddekel, Euphrates, and Tubal, on

the names, 418.
History, Ali Agha's, 245; contribu-

tions to modern ecclesiastical, 310;
a neglected fact in English, 449; the,
of our Lord, 454; of man, new ma-

terials for, 479.
Hobbes quoted, 89.
Hope, a prayer of, 368.
Horace quoted, 345.
Horeb and Jerusalem, Sandie's, 449.
Hulsean Lectures, the, 216.
Human sacrifices, 490.
Hymnology, eccentricities of, 219.
Hymn on the Eucharist, 376.

Kennicott, Dr., quoted on the value of

the Samaritan Pentateuch, 5; quoted

on the Hebrew text, 7, 8, 11, 12.
Kidron, the brook, 143.
Kingsley, Mr., and Dr. Newman, 222.
Korah's rebellion, essay on the date of,

478.

L

I

Lamb, representations of Jesus as a,

16.
Law, the oral, and the rabbis, 322.
Layard referred to, 114, note; 115,

note.
Lectures, the Hulsean, 216.
Lewis quoted, 281, 281.
Libraries of Constantinople, the, 246.
Likeness, occurrence of the word in the

New Testament, 22.
Litany of Intercession, 365.
Literature, Sanscrit, 473.
Locke, John, quoted, 76.
Lord, the history of our, 454.
Lyell, Sir Charles, on transmutation of

species, 237.
Lysa, chronicles of the congregation

of, 310.

Image, signification of the word, 20.
Incarnation, the, Wilberforce quoted

on, 374.
Inscription upon the cross, 425 ; Dean

Alford quoted on, 425.
Inscriptions, the decipherinent of cunei-

form, 114; Aramean and Nabatean,

402.
Inspiration, the nature and extent of

Divine, 451.
Intercession, litany of, 365.
Interpretation, figurative, 15.
Interpretations, Chaldean, 421.

M

J

Jehudah, rabbi, 323.
Jelf quoted, 72.
Jerusalem, desecrations at, 75; water

supply of, 133; rainy season at, 141;
and the Holy Land, 219; the temple

of, 245; Horeb and, 449.
Jesus, a receipt for writing a life of,

394; the name of, 428; Renan's

life of, 472, 492.
Jews, the, and the Talmud, 321 ; perse-

cution of, by the Christians, 323.
Job, the well of, 145; the book of, 223.
Jochannan, rabbi, 323.
Jonas, the prophet, 477.

Maclaren's, sermons,

351.
Man, on the nature of, 76; considered,

221; Hindoo legend concerning, 242.
Man, the Whole Duty of, 185, 433.
Manning, Dr., Sermons quoted, 100,

209.
Martyrs, the Encomium of the, 403.
Mark vii. 26 and Matthew xv. 27, 194.
Matthew xxiv. 21, 22, 183; xv. 27 and

Mark vii. 26, 194; xiii. 32 and Phil.

ii. 7, 199.
Meditations, Eucharistic, 469.
Mediator and His work, the, 464.
Men, the Living God the Saviour of

all, 475.
Messiah, the, was David a type of ? 25.
Mill's Logic quoted, 87; his Utilita-

rianism quoted, 93.

Mishna, the, 323.
Moravian hymn books, early, 249;

Southey quoted on, 261.
Mountains, morning on the, 219.
Myth, the term how explained, 38 1.

N

Nabatean inscriptions, Aramean and,

402.
Name of Jesus, the, 428.
Names, the, Hiddekel, Euphrates, Tu-

bal, 418.
Nature and grace, sermons on, 459.
Nature of man, on the, 76.
Nazareth, our Lord's visit to, 180.
Neo-Syriac in the Anti-Lebanon, 289.
Nephesh, in the senseof monument, 431.
Night, a prayer for, 363.
Notes on Matthew xxiv. 21, 22, 183.

Prayers, Ethiopic, 361.
Preacher, the vocation of the, 328.
Presentation to the Prince of Wales,

231.
Prince, the, of Light and the Prince of

Darkness, 220.
Prophecy, fulfilled, 238; the Word of,

462.
Prophets, a paraphrase of the books of

the minor, 471.
Psalm xl. 6, corruption of, 8.
Psalms, the, interpreted of Christ, 220.
Ptolemies, voyages and commerce of

the, 204.
Publications, recent foreign, 481.
Pulpit, a narrative from the, 448.
Punishment, capital, thoughts on, 314.
Pusey, Dr., quoted on Peter's repent-
ance,

55.

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Rabbis, the, and the oral law, 322.
Rawlinson quoted, 121.
Ray's Jurisprudence of Insanity quoted,

80.
Redeemer, the, 453.
Religious enthusiasm, 360.
Renan, M., and his professorshir, 500.
Review, the Home and Foreign, 461.
Rich Man and Lazarus, the parable of

the, 126, 290, 297, 301.
River, the, of the wilderness, 175.
Rocks, the written, 488.
Ruth, the book of in Hebrew, 468.

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Paleario, Aonio, 471.
Palestine, scientific expedition to, 238;

expeditions to, 482.
Parable, the, of the Rich Man and

Lazarus, 126, 290, 297, 304; Arch-

bishop Trench's definition of a, 126.
Paraphrase, a, of the books of the

minor prophets, 471.
Paul, St., at Athens, 320; the apostle,

467; the apostle and the Church at

Philippi, 475.
Pentateuch, the Samaritan, 5; English

Biblical criticism and the, 224; Mo-

saic origin of the, 456.
Persia, woman and her Saviour in, 219.
Peter, St., Dr. Pusey quoted on, 55.
Pharisees, the, 322.
Philippi, Paul the apostle and the

Church at, 475.
Philippians ii. 7 and Matt. xii. 32, 199.
Philo's opinion on Abraham's stay in

Charran, 3.
Potheen, 205.
Power of God, instances of the, 477.
Prayer, a, for compassion, 361; for

night, 363 ; Sabbath, 366 ; of hope,
368; a commentary on the Lord's, 474.

Sabbath, a prayer on the, 366.
Sacrifice of Christ, the, 218.
Sacrifices, human, 490.
Sadducees, the, 321.
Saintliness a course of sermons, 225.
Salt, losing its savour, 486.
San Graal, the, 132.
Sanscrit literature, 473.
Scepticism, modern, 211.
Scriptural paraplırases, 210.
Scriptures, a plea for a new English

version of, 212.
Selections from the Syriac, 28.
Sepulchre, the, in Sychem, 1; Josephus

quoted on, 2; a letter printed in the
Guardian on, 2; Dean Stanley

quoted on, 2.
Sermon, a, by llenry Smith, 57.

Sermons, on ecclesiastical subjects, 206;

school, 216; preached before H.R.H.
the Prince of Wales, 223; on saint-
liness, 225; of Cardinal Wiseman,
331 ; quoted, 332, 336, 338, 339; of
Mr. H. Davies, 344; quoted, 344 ;
Baldwin Brown's, 351; Maclaren's,
351; on nature and grace, 459; of
the subjects of the day, 463; Sterne's,

484.
Shakspeare's knowledge and use of the

Bible, 450.

Simonides, 227; his uncle, 228.

Sinai Convent and mountain, 487.

Sinaitic Codex, the age of the, 495.

Sion, the conduit of mount, 13.

Smith, Henry, a sermon by, 57; me-

moirs of, 57.

Society, Royal Asiatic, 157; Syro-

Egyptian, 157.

Song of Songs, the, 216.
Songs, the, of the Temple Pilgrims,

215.
Soul, the trumpet of, sounding to judg-

ment, 57; the science of the, 222.

Southey quoted, 261.

Stanley, Dean, quoted, 2, 6, 371.

State, the Church and the, 328.

Statistics of the Exodus, remarks on,

426.

Sterne's Sermons, 484.

Strauss' controversy, an old account

of the, 378; memoir of, 381.

Sychem, the sepulchre in, 1.

Sympathy, 479

Synonyms, Hebrew, 429; syntax and,

of the Greek Testament, 444.

Syntax and synonyms of the Greek

Testament, 444.

Syria, Assyrian and Egyptian monul-

ments in, 229; Palestine and Greece,

what I saw in, 448.
Syriac, selections from the, 28.
Syrian Miscellanies, Cowper's, quoted,

Testament, a literal translation of the

New, 217; Genevan version of New,
279; the first New, printed in Eng-

land, 477.
Testamentum Novum Grace, 479.
Texts, exegesis of difficult, 65; 1 Cor.

x. 14-22; xi. 27, 70; xii. 14-16,
71; 1 Cor. ix. 19; 2 Cor. ix. 2;
Philip i. 14, 275; 2 Cor. i. 17, 276;
2 Cor. ii. 5–7, 277; 2 Cor. ix. 8,

278.
Text, the Old Testament, and its emen-

dation, 172.

Transmutation of species, Sir Charles

Lyell on the, 237.

Trench, archbishop, quoted, 126-128,

131; referred to, 282, 291, 295 note,

308, 309.

Trent, decrees of the Council of, 335,

note.

Trumpet, the, of the soul, sounding to

judgment, 57.
Tubal, on the name, 418.
Type, the Greek word, 17; examples of,

in the New Testament, 17.

Types of the Old Testament writers,

28.

Wady Mokatteb, the written rocks of,

488.
Water supply of Jerusalem, 133.
Whitby quoted, 372.
Wife, the emir's, 27.
Wilberforce, archdeacon, quoted, 374.
Will, is there free human 85.
Wilson, Lea, quoted, 283.
Wiseman, Sermons of Cardinal, 331.
Woman and her Saviour in Persia, 219.

Word of Prophecy, the, 462.

Work, the Mediator and His, 464.

Talbot, Mr., quoted, 123, note.
Talmud, the, and the Jews, 321 ; the,

323; how divided, 324.
Tanith, a Carthaginian goddess, 235.
Temple of Jerusalem, the, 2416.

Z

Zodiac, Egyptian origin of the, 204.

ERRATA IN No. X.

Tanchum, for Janchum, p. 403 note.
Mc Neale, for McNeal, p. 359.

Munk, for Munt, p. 501 note. The extracts on “ Human Sacrifices," pp. 490—492, are from works reviewed and quoted in the Edinburgh Review for April, 1864.

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