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Adey, Rev. John, Obituary, 152.
Affected Penitence, 473.
Aids to Faith, 292.
Amen, 34.
Answering a Fool, 40.

And,” On the Conjunction, 35.
Analogy,” Butler's, 121, 166.
Archbishop Manning, Nuts for, to Crack,

70.
Asa, Lessons from the Life of King, 195.
Ashcroft, Mr. A., On a People's Service

of Song, 141.
Association, New Methods adopted by

the Wilts and East Somerset, 22.
Babes and Sucklings, 196.
Baboo Kesbub Chunder Sen, 329.
Battle Fields, 502, 569.
Balgarnie, Rev. R., Memoir of Rev. G.

Smith, D.D., 225.
Bealby, W., On Christmas, 611.
Behold your King, 273.
Between Death and the Resurrection,

113.
Bible, The, a Revelation by its Silence, 1.

Society, British and Foreign, 316.

In the Franco-Prussian War, 574.
Binnie, Rev. W., D.D., On the Music of

the Synagogue, 193.
Blessed, The, Dead, 236.
Board, The London, On Ministerial Or-

dinations and Settlements, 517.
Body, The Resurrection, 385.
Bohemia, 218.
Book, The Value of a, 40.

Notices, 45–46, 106-111, 156–
158, 200–205, 267–271, 317–318,
365–367, 428-430, 478–479, 524-

527, 590-591, 636.
Bound Together, 263.
Boys and their Mistakes, 588, 634.
Box, The Marvellous, 103.
Brief Biblical Expositions :-Amen, 34.

On the Conjunction “And,” 35.
Examples of Improved Translations,
191. “Righteous Over-Much" and

“Over-Wise,” 192. The Law of
“ Oaths" in the Sermon on the

Mount, 470.
Brown, Rev. James, On Early Noncon-

formist Ordinations, 136.
Browne, Rev. John, On Early Noncon-

formist Ordinations, 348.
Bunting, W. M., Poetry by, 615.
Bustling Men, 425.
Business, Personal Religion in Relation

to, 553.
Burning the Idols, 90.
Butler and his Analogy, 121, 166.
Busy People, Words for, 40, 102, 154,

196, 263, 425, 473.
Byron, Lady, and Mrs. Stowe, On Cal.

vinism, 28.
Calvinism, Lady Byron and Mrs. Stowe,

On, 28.
Chaplain, The, In Field of War, 569.
Chapman, Rev. C., M.A., On New

Methods adopted by the Wilts and

East Somerset Association, 22.
Children, Lying to, 425.

Nestorian, 426.

A talk with, about Winter, 41.
Christ to be Preached, 41.

The Second Advent of, 236.

In Relation to Truth and Life,
282.
Christian Work on the Battle Field, 502.

Liberty in Relation to Eccle.
siastical Polity, 545, 593.
Christiana, Poetry by, 247.
Christmas Welcome, 615.

and the Fire-side, 611.
Church, The Extent of the Primitive, 342.

The Holy Orthodox Eastern, 405.

Origin and Meaning of the Term,
452.
Chumba Mission, 529.
Churches, On the Comprehension of

Presbyterian and Independent, 74,

131.
City Mission, Receipts of, 317.

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Clerical Hostility, 521.
Conder, Rev. E. R., M.A., On the Origin

and Meaning of the New Testament

Term Church, 452.
Conditions of a People's Song in Church,

141.
Colonial Missionary Society Chronicle,

149, 307, 463, 627.
Colleges, Prayer for, 633.
Communion of Saints, 577.
Congregational Principles, 161.

Psalmody, 138.
Union, 311,586.
School, 320.

Board of London, On
Ministerial Ordinations, &c., 517.

Register, 47, 111, 159,
207, 271, 318, 367, 431, 480, 527,

591, 639.
Continent, Letters from the, 94, 143, 184,

257,302,354, 417,461,510, 583, 623.
Continental Evangelical Society, 54, 216,

379, 541.
Conversion to the Happiness of the

Gospel, 263.
Conversion, Methods of, 438.
Council, the Roman, 15.
Curwen, Mr. J. S., On Congregational

Psalmody, 138.
Dangers to our Religious Life, 556.
Davies, Mr. D. C., On Promoting Read-

ing in Villages, 409.
Day, The Great, 481.
Death, A Child's, 102.
Disestablishment, Progress of, 619.
Don't be Afraid, 102.
Early Nonconformist Ordinations, 136.

Church, The, Music of, 193.
Ecclesiastical Polity, 545.
Editor on the Roman Council, 15.

Mrs. Stowe and Lady Byron
on Calvinism, 28.

Our Home-bred Popery, 65.

The fuller following of Congre-
gational Principles, 161.

Behold your King, 273.

Nuts for Archbishop Manning to
Crack, 70.

Between Death and the Resur-
rection, 113.

T'he Blessed Dead, 236.

The Resurrection and the Re.
surrection Body, 385.

Editor on the Day of Judgment, 481.
England, Returns from Rome to, 413.
Evangelical Continental Society, 54,
216, 379, 541.

Irish, Society, 98, 259, 419,
579.
Ewen, Mr. H., M.D., Memoir of, 85.
Expositions, Brief Biblical, “Amen,” 34.

“ And,” 35.
Examples of Improved Trans-
lations, 191.

-“Righteous Over-Much” and
Over-Wise,” 192.

The Law of Oaths in the
Sermon on the Mount, 470.
Faith, Hindrances and Aids to, 290.

Peace, the Effect of, 473.

Justified by, 520.
Falsehood, A Talk with Children' about,

362.
Family Quarrels, 102.
Field of War, The Chaplain on, 569.
Filial Obedience, 425.
Fig-tree, Under the, 433.
First-fruits of the Gospel in Spain, 146.
Following the Lord fully, 154.
Foreign Christian Work, 49, 209,369,529.
Fund in Aid of Pastors' Incomes, 513.
Gill, Rev. W., On the Extension of

Missions in Western Polynesia, 213.
Giants with Long Spears, 264.
Good Shepherd, keep me, 469.
Golden Words, 41, 102, 154, 196, 263,

425, 473.
Gospel, The, in Orissa, 59, 221.
Harrison, Rev. J., On Christ in Relation
to Truth and Life, 282.

On Christian Liberty in Rela-
tion to Ecclesiastical Polity, 545,

593.
Hardie, Rev. W., Under the Olive, 80.

the Vine, 171.

the Fig-tree, 433.

Letters from, 94, 143,
184, 257, 305, 354, 417, 461, 510,

583, 623.
Henderson, John, B.A., An Account of,

616.
Help, How to, a Neighbour, 102.
Hindrances and Aids to Faith, 290.
Hop-pickers, Among the, 39.
Home Missionary Society, 36, 187, 357,

518.

Huss' Crown, 41.
Hutcheson, Rev. J., On Some Dangers

to Our Religious Life, 556.
Iconoclasm in Madagascar, 89.
Independent Churches, On the Compre-

hension of, with Presbyterian, 74,

131.
Infallibility, On Papal, 127.
Irish Evangelical Society, 98, 259, 419,

579.
Judgment, The Day of, 481.
Justified by Faith, 520.
Kennedy, Rev. James, M.A., A Mis-

sionary Week in the Himalayas,

375.
Law, Rev. Palmer, A Marvellous Box,
103.

Giants with Long Spears, 264.

Pray for the Sailors, 474.
Lean Hard, 473.
Leaves from a Private Note-book-

Henry Crab Robinson, 32.
Life in the Spirit, 92.
Lessons from the Life of King Asa,

195.
On Loving the World, 305.
John's Gospel, Ninth Chapter, 423.
“Except a Man be born again,” 522.
I believe in the Communion of

Saints,” 577.
The Feast at the Pharisee's House,

626.
Letters from the Continent, 94, 143, 184,

257, 305, 354, 417, 461, 510, 583,

623.
Lying to Children, 425.
Maclaren, Rev. A., On Hindrances to

Faith, 290.
Madagascar, Country Work in, 535.

McAll, Rev. S., On the Character and

Labours of the Rev. Dr. Smith, 233.
Ministerial Ordinations and Settlements,

517.
Mission, The Chumba, 529.
Missions, Proposed Extension of the
Western Polynesia, 213.

Bush, 149.

In India, 532.
Missionary Contributions, 630.
Missionary Society, The Colonial, 149,
307, 463, 627.

Home, 36, 187,
357, 518.

Irish Evan-
gelical, 98, 259, 419, 579.

Work in the Himalayas, 375.

Iconaclasm in, 89.

Past, Present, and Future,
209.
Madrid, What I saw and heard in, 54.
Martyr, The Roman Child, 198.
Mathematician, The, Confounded, 40.
Manning, Nuts for Archbishop, to Crack,

70.
Man, The Bustling, 425.

The Happiest, 425.
May Meetings, 316.
Medical Missions in India and the South

Seas, 369.
Memoir, Mr. Henry Ewen, M.D., 85.

Success of, in the East,
382.
Muscle versus Mind and Morals, 499.
Music of the Synagogue, 193.
Nestorian Children, 426.
Newth, Rev. S., M.A., On the Revision

of the English Translation, 321.
Newman, Dr. John Henry, 457.
Oaths, The Law of, in the Sermon on

the Mount, 470.
Obedience, Filial, 425.
Obituary, Rev. John Adey, 152.

0. Parker, 361.

G. Smith, D.D., 225.

Mr. Eusebius Smith, 153.
Olives, Under the, 80.
Ordinations, The Early Nonconformist,

136, 348.
Orissa, The Gospel in, 59, 221.
Pages for Our Young Friends-

A Talk about Winter, 41.
A Marvellous Box, 103.
A Strange Story, 155.
The Roman Child Martyr, 198.
Great Giants with Long Spears, 264.
A Talk about Truth and Falsehood,

362.
Nestorian Children: The Priest's

Daughter, 426.
Pray for the Sailors, 474.

Boys and their Mistakes, 588, 634.
Pastoral Incomes, On a General Fund in

Aid of, 513.
Peace, the Effect of Faith, 473.

A Sonnet, 460.
Penitence, Affected, 473.

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Personal Religion in Relation to Busi-

ness, 553.

Poetry- This I did for Thee, 64.

Working with Thee, 64.
A Wind Song, 184.
Mary at the Sepulchre, 247.
The Rent Veil, 248.
Rejoicing, 413.
Peace, 460.
The Lady's Vision, 467

Good Shepherd, keep me in Thy
Fold, 469.

Sing a Saviour, 615.

A Christmas Welcome, 615.
Popery, Our Home-bred, 65.
Prayer for our Colleges, 633.
Presbyterian Churches, On the Com-

prehension of with Independent, 74,

131.
Preach Christ, 41.
Protestants, What have they to do with

the Roman Council ? 15.
Principles, On a fuller following of

Congregational, 161.
Psalmody, Congregational, 138.
Pulpit, The, and Notices of Preachers, 9.
Ratisbon, A Voice from, 127.
Reading in Villages, 409.
Redeeming Mercy, A Trophy of, 359.
Resurrection, Between Death and the,
113.

-and the Resurrection Body,
385.
Resurrections, Natural, 154.
Revelation, The Bible a, by its Silence, 1.
Revision of the English Translation of

the Scriptures, 321.
Religious Life, Some Dangers to, 556.
Rejoicing, 413.
Righteous Over-Much, 192.
Ritualism, 37.

Recent Developments of, 621.
Robinson, Henry Crabb, 32.
Robjohns, Rev. H. T., B.A., Concerning

Butler and His Analogy, 121, 166.
Rome, Returns from, to England, 413.
Roman, The Council, 15.
Sabbath, The Benefit of the, 473.

Saviour, A, 615.
Sailor, Pray for the, 474.
Saints'that are in the Earth, 197.
Scriptures, On the Revision of the, 321.
Secret Faults, 197.
Service of Song in Church, 141.
Simon, Rev. H., On Personal Religion

in relation to Business, 553.
Singer, The Swedish, 179, 250, 294,

335, 396, 444, 492, 559, 602.
Smith, Mr. Eusebius, Obituary, 153.
Smith, Rev. G., D.D., On the Pulpit, 9;

Notice of Death, 160; Last Hours,
176; Memoir, 225; Character and

Labours, 233; Erratum, 320.
Spain, First-fruits of the Gospel in, 146.
Spirit, Life in the, 92.
Stewart, Rev. G., A Talk with Children
about Winter, 41.

Truth and Falsehood, 362.
Story, A Strange, 155.
Storrow, Rev. E., On the Gospel in
Orissa, 59, 221.

On the Brahmo
Somaj of India, 329.
Stoughton, On the Extent of the Primi.

tive Church, 342.
Stowe, Mrs., and Lady Byron, On Cal-

vinism, 28.
Submission to God, 473.
Thomson, Rev. J. R., M.A., On Papal

Infallibility, 127.
Thomson, W., Poetry by, 413.
Thomson, G. W., Poetry by, 467.
Tongue, The, 154.
Traps and Snares, 197.
Truth and Falsehood, 362.
Under the Olives, 80.

- Vine, 171.

Fig-tree, 433.
Vanda Rosendahl, 179, 250, 294, 335,

396, 444, 492, 559, 602.
Villages, How Reading may be Promoted

in, 409.
Winter, A Talk with Children about, 41.
What doest Thou for Me, 64.
Working with Thee, 64.
Youthful Piety, 360.

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