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B. B. EDWARDS AND E. A. PARK,
Professors at Andover,
WITH THE SPECIAL CO-OPERATION OF
DR. ROBINSON AND PROF. STUART.
ALLEN, MORRILL AND WARDWELL.
NEW YORK AND LONDON:
WILEY AND PUTNAM.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1844, by
ALLEN, MORRILL AND WARDWELL,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
ALLEN, MORRILL AND WARDWELL, PRINTERS.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
By Prof. Haddock, Dartmouth College.
2. The different Susceptibilities of the Soul originating different
Forms of Language; the Origin of Prose, Poetry and Elo-
quence; the distinctive Character of each,
4. Relation of the several kinds of Eloquence to the several kinds
5. Different degrees of attention paid by the Orator and the Poet,
to the Subject-matter and to the Style of their compositions,
10. Christian Character of Pulpit Eloquence,
11. Moral and Evangelical Preaching,
12. Conformity to the Scriptural Manner of Teaching,
15. The Popular Style of Sacred Eloquence,
16. Simplicity of Pulpit Eloquence,
6. Regard paid by the Orator and the Poet to their personal Charac-
7. Regard paid by the Orator and the Poet to the Perfection of
IV. PRINCIPLES OF LATIN LEXICOGRAPHY,
Translated by Prof. T. D. Woolsey, Yale College.
1. Of the idea and elements of Latin Lexicography,
II. Of the extent of Freund's Lexicon,.
IV. Of the Arrangement of the Articles,
V. Of the Signs and technical Terms employed in the Lexicon,
V. THE DOCTRINE RESPECTING ANGELS,
From the German of Twesten, by Rev. H. B. Smith, West Amesbury, Mass.
VI. CONDITION OF THEOLOGY IN HOLLAND, ESPECIAL-
VII. THE RESURRECTION AND ASCENSION OF OUR LORD, 162
By E. Robinson, Professor at New York.
§ 1. The time of the Resurrection, .
2. The Visit of the Women to the Sepulchre,
3. The return of the Women to the city, and the first appearance of
4. Peter and John visit the Sepulchre. Jesus appears to Mary Mag-
5. Jesus appears to two disciples on the way to Emmaus. Also to
6. Jesus appears to the Apostles in the absence of Thomas; and
afterwards when Thomas is present,
7. Our Lord's appearance in Galilee,
8. Our Lord's further appearances at Jerusalem, and his Ascension, 185
I. REFORMERS BEFORE THE REFORMATION.-BRETH-
REN OF THE LIFE IN COMMON; AN ACCOUNT OF
THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF THE INSTITUTION,
AND ITS INFLUENCE UPON LITERATURE AND RE-
By B. Sears, D. D. President Newton Theol. Institution.
Gerard Groot, Founder of the Institution of the Brethren of the
Florentius Radewin, and the more perfect development of the Sys-
Zerbolt, and the use of the Native Language in Religious Instruc-
Thomas à Kempis, and the practical Religion of the Brethren in its
II. THE HIMYARITIC LANGUAGE.-FORSTER'S PRETEND-
ED DISCOVERY OF A KEY TO THE HIMYARITIC
V. SOUTH'S SERMONS,
By Leonard Withington, Newbury, Mass.
By R. D. C. Robbins, Librarian Theol. Seminary, Andover.
Reasons for writing a Life of Calvin,
Parentage and Early Life of Calvin,
Calvin as Student at Law-Change in religious views, etc. 1523—
Commentary upon Seneca De Clementia,
Calvin's flight from Paris-Residence in Angouleme and in Nerac
By B. B. Edwards, Professor at Andover.
§ 1. The Importance of Caution in an Inquiry of this Nature,
2. Historical Skepticism less prevalent now than formerly,
4. Early Origin of Alphabetic Writing,
5. Language and Style of the Pentateuch does not prove its later