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FREEWILL BAPTIST QUARTERLY.
CONDUCTED BY AN ASSOCIATION.
FREEWILL BAPTIST PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
Jesus Christ: His Person and His Plan. By Rev. John Clifford,
L.L. B., London, England,
Recreation and Amusements. By Rev. Enoch Pond, D. D., Ban-
The Anti-Slavery Record of the Freewill Baptists. By Rev. I. D.
Stewart, Dover, N. H.,
Christian Growth. By Prof. B. F. Hayes, Lewiston, Me.,
Murphy's Commentary. By Rev. Geo. T. Day, D. D., Dover,
The Perversion of the Gospel a proof of its Divinity. By Rev.
N. M. Wood, Thomaston, Me.,
The German Philosophy. By Rev. A. K. Moulton, Concord,
The Blessedness of Giving, as compared with that of Receiving,
By Rev. William Warren, Gorham, Me.,
The Hebrew Lawgiver. By Rev. S. N. Tufts, Farmington, N. H., 143
The Age of Louis XIV. in Church History. By Rev. W. H.
Bowen, North Scituate. I.,
Cowles's Exposition of Daniel. By Rev. S. D. Church, Brunswick, 178
Esther. By Rev. Joseph Fullonton, Raymond, N. H.,
The Millennium. By Prof. B. F. Hayes, Lewiston, Me.,
Philosophy of Divine Worship. By Rev. S. E. Root, Bangor, Me., 221
Nature and Functions of Conscience. By Prof. John P. Lacroix,
The Sinner's Work in his Salvation. By Rev. G. H. Ball, D.D.
Buffalo, N. Y.,
Continuance of Moral Agency. By Rev. A. H. Huling, Evans-
Binding the Dragon. By Rev. S. D. Church, Brunswick, Me., 282
Jesus Christ. By Rev. A. K. Moulton, Concord, N. H.,
Robertson and his Sermons. By Rev. G. T. Day, D. D., Dover,
Christ's Vital Relations to Men. By Rev. G. T. Day, D. D.,
Dover, N. H.,
Woman's Work in India. By Rev. J. L. Phillips, Midnapore,
The First Chapter of Ephesians or Personal Predestination. By Rev.
J. M. Bailey, Saco, Me.,
The Book of Job and its Lessons. By Rev. D. Waterman, Car-
ver's Harbor, Me.,
The Resurrection. By Rev. S. H. Barrett, Rutland, Ohio.,
Personal Christian Development. By Rev. W. Hurlin, Antrim, N. H., 433
Doctrine and Polity of the Freewill Baptists.
Art in Instruction.
I. Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity in the Nineteenth Century, p. 132.
1. Theological Index, p. 232. 2. Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, p. 233. 3. History of the United Netherlands, p. 233. 4. Language and the Study of Language, p. 235. 5. The Old Roman World, p. 236. 6. The History of the Great Republic, p. 237. 7. The Epistle to the Hebrews, p. 238. 8. History of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America, p. 239.
1. Bacon's Essays, p. 350. 2. Short Studies on Great Subjects, p.35. 3. Human Life in Shakespeare, p. 351. 4. The Ground and Object of Hope for Mankind, p. 352. 5. The Worship of Jesus, p. 353. 6. Portraits of Celebrated Women, p. 355. 7. The Gospel in the Trees, p. 356. 8. Sabbath Chimes, p. 356. 9. Problems of the Age, p. 357.
1. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature,
2. History of the American Civil War, p. 467. 3. The Poems of John Godfrey Saxe, p. 477. 4. The New Testament History, p. 468. 5. Notes, critical, explanatory and practical, on the book of Psalms, p. 469. 6. New Poems, p. 470. 7. Where is the City ? p. 470. 8. The History of Napoleon III. Emperor of the French, p. 470. 9. The Scientific Basis of Education, p. 472. 10. What Answer Pp. 473. 11. New England Tragedies, p. 474.