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1. A Brief Examination of the Proofs, by which the Rev. Mr. Boardman attempts to sustain his charge that "a large and learned body of the clergy of the church (of England) have returned to some of the worst errors of Popery"; with a word or two as to his attempt, without proof, to cast the suspicion of Popery on the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: By the Right Rev. George W. Doane, D.D, L.L.D., Bishop of New Jersey. Burlington. 1841. 2. A farther Postscript to Bishop Doane's Brief Examination of Rev. Mr. Boardman's Proofs: Touching Bishop Kenrick's Letter on Christian Union, pp. 230.
1. A new and complete Concordance to the Holy Scripture on the basis of Cruden, with an Introduction. By the Rev. David King, LL.D., Minister of Greyfriars Church, Glasgow. 2. A complete Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance to the Old Testament, comprising also a condensed Hebrew-English Lexicon, with an Introduction and Appendices. By Dr. Isaac Nordheimer, Prof. of Oriental Languages in the University of New York, assisted by Wm. Wadden Turner. Part 1st. 3. The Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament, being an attempt at a verbal connexion between the Original and the English translation, with Indexes, &c. &c.
1. Address delivered in South Hadley, Massachusetts, July 30, 1840, at the third anniversary of the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. By Mark Hopkins, D. D. 2. An Address delivered at the Dedication of the Williston Seminary, at East Hampton, Massachusetts, Dec. 1, 1841. By Rev. Mark Hopkins, D. D., President of William's College.
1. Bacchus. An Essay on the Nature, Causes, Effects, and Cure of Intemperance. By Ralph Barnes Grindrod. First American, from the third English edition, edited by Charles A. Lec, A.M., M.D. 2.Anti-Bacchus. An Essay on the Evils connected with the use of Intoxicating Drinks. By the Rev. B. Parsons, of Stroud, Gloucestershire, England. Revised and amended, with an Introduction, by the Rev. John Marsh, Cor. Secretary of the American Temperance Union.
1. Brief Notes of Several Religious Lectures, with a Few Occasional Tracts. 2. Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical Essays: Contributed to the Eclectic Review. By John Foster, Author of Essays on "Decision of Character, Popular Ignorance, and Christian Morals." With an Index of the Principal Subjects, Prepared for this Edition. 3. Miscellaneous Essays on Christian Morals, Experimental and Practical, Originally Delivered as Lectures at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol. By John Foster.
1. Des Classes Dangereuses de la Population dans les grandes villes, et moyens de les rendre meilleures. Par H. A. Frégier, Chef de Bureau a la Perfecture de la Seine. 2. The Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of New York; with suggestions for its improvement. By John H. Griscom, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians and Surgeons; Physicians of the New York Hospital; late Physician of the City and Eastern Dispensaries.
1. Des Propheten Jesaja Weissagungen. Cronologisch geordnet, übersetzt und erkläut von Carl Ludwig Hendewerk, Doctor der Philosophie, Licentiat der Theologie und Privatdocent an der Universität zu Konigsberg. Erster Theil. Die protojesajanischen Weissagungen. 2. Notes: Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah; with a new Translation. By Albert Barnes. 3. The Book of the Prophet Isaiah, translated from the original Hebrew; with a Commentary, Critical, Philological and Exegetical; to which is prefixed an Introductory Dissertation on the Life and Times of the Prophet; the Character of his Style; the Authenticity and Integrity of the Book; and the Principles of Prophetic Interpretation. By the Rev. E. Henderson, D. Ph., Author of "Lectures on Divine Inspiration." "Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia." "Iceland," etc.
1. Essays on partial derangement of the Mind in supposed connection with Religion. By the late John Cheyne, M.D. F.R.S.E. Physician General to his Majesty's Forces in Ireland, & c., & c. 2. A Treatise on Insanity and other Disorders affecting the Mind. By James Cowles Richard, M.D. F.R.S., & c,. & c. 3. Medical Inquiries and Observations upon diseases of the Mind. By Benjamin Rush, M. D., Professor. & c. Fifth Edition 4. Dictionarie des Sciences Medicales, Par une Société de Médecins et de Chirurgiens. Paris. Articles Aliénation Aliéné, par M. Pinel, Manie, Melancolie, Maison's D'Aliénés par M. Eaquirol. 5. Report of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, for the year, 1842. By Thomas S. Kirkbride, M. D. Physician to the Institution.
1. History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Spain in the Sixteenth Century. By Thomas McCrie, D. D. 2. History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France, from the year 1807 to the year 1814. By Col. W. F. P. Napier.
1. Joannis Calvini in Librum Geneseos Commentarius. Ad editionem Amstelodamensem accuratissime excribi curavit E. Hengstenberg. 2. Kommentar über die Genesis von Dr. Friedrich Tuch, Privatdocent an der Universität zu Halle. 3. A Companion to the Book of Genesis. By Samuel H. Turner, D. D. Prof. Bib. Lit. and Interp. of Scrip. in the Theol. Sem. of the Prot. Epis. Church, and of the Hebrew Lang. and Lit. in Columbia College, New York. 4. A Family Exposition of the Pentateuch. By the Rev. Henry Blunt, M. A., Rector of Streatham, Surrey, Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Richmond, and formerly Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge.—Genesis.
M'Ilvaine, The Right Reverend Charles P., D. D. 1. Justification by Faith: a Charge delivered before the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church , in the Diocese of Ohio, and at the twenty-second Annual Convention of the Diocese, at St. Paul's Church, Steubenville, Sept.13, 1839. With an Appendix. 2. Oxford Divinity compared with the Tenets of Romanism, &c. &c.
1. Primitive Christian Worship; or, the evidence of Holy Scriptures and the Church concerning the invocation of Saints and Angels, and the blessed Virgin Mary. By J. Endell Tyler, B. D. Rector of St. Giles-in-the-fields, and late fellow of Oriel College. Oxford. 2. The Virgin Mary. A candid comparison with the Holy Scriptures of the doctrine of the Church of Rome, respecting the mother of our Lord. By John Hall, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Trenton, N. J.
1. Principal Documents relating to the Survey of the Coast of the United States since 1816. Published by F. R. Hassler, Superintendent of the Survey. 2. Executive Congressional Documents since 1832. 3. First Report of Professor A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing the Progress of the Work during the year ending November, 1844.
1. Remarks on English Churches, and on the expediency of rendering Sepulchral Memorials subservient to pious and Christian uses. 2. A Glossary of Terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture. 3. Anglican Church Architecture, with some remarks on Ecclesiastical Furniture. By James Barr, Architect.
1. Report of the Committee on Arts and Sciences and Schools, of the Board of Assistants of the City Government of New York, on the subject of appropriating a portion of the School Money to Religious Societies, for the support of Schools. April 27, 1840. 2. The important and interesting debate on the claim of the Catholics to a portion of the Common School Fund, with the arguments of Counsel before the Board of Aldermen of the City of New York. Oct. 29 and 30, 1840.
1. Report relating to Capital Punishment, presented to the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Feb. 22d, 1836. 2. Report on Capital Punishment, presented to the Assembly of the State of New York, April 14, 1841.
1. Reports of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland for the years 1834 to 1839 inclusive. 2. Reports of the Committee to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor of Ireland, held in Kildare Place, Dublin, 1839 and 1840. 3.Speech of the Lord Bishop of Norwich in the British House of Lords, May 21, 1838, on the National System of Education in Ireland, with an appendix of Letters on the causes of the opposition made to the system in Ireland, &c., signed "T." 4. Irish Education. Speech of Thomas Wyse, Esq., M.P., in the House of Commons, May 19, 1835, on moving for leave to bring in a bill for the establishment of a Board of Education in Ireland, &c.. To which is added the bill, documents, &c. 5. Thoughts on the mixed character of government institutions in Ireland, with particular reference to the System of National Education. By Rev. James Carlisle, one of the Commissioners, &c. 6. Defence of the National System of Eduation in Ireland, in reply to the letters of J. C. Colquhoun, Esq. M.P. By the same. 7. State Education; considered with reference to prevalent misconceptions on religious grounds. By Rev. Baden Powell, Professor, &c. in the University of Oxford.
1. The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice; or a defence of the Catholic Doctrine that Holy Scripture has been since the times of the Apostles the Sole Divine Rule of Faith and Practice, against the dangerous errors of the authors of the Tracts for the Times, and the Romanists, as, particularly that the Rule of Faith is "made up of Scripture and Tradition together;" &c., in which also the doctrines of Apostolical Succession, the Eucharistic Sacrifice, &c. are fully discussed. By William Goode, M. A., of Trinity College, Cambridge; Rector of St. Antholin, London. Philadelphia: Herman Hooker. 1842. Two volumes, 8vo. 2. A Treatise concerning the Right use of the Fathers in the Decision of Controversies in Religion. By John Daille, Minister of the Gospel in the Reformed Church at Paris. Presbyterian Board of Publication. Philadelphia. 1842. 3. Not Tradition, but Scripture. By Philip N. Shuttleworth, D. D., Warden of New College, Oxford, (late Bishop of Chichester). First American from the third London edition. Philadelphia: Hooker & Agnew. 1841. 4. The Authority of Tradition in Matters of Religion. By George Holden, M. A. Philadelphia: Hooker & Agnew. 1841. 5. Tradition Unveiled. By Baden Powell, of Oriel College, Oxford. Hooker & Agnew. 1841.
1. The History of the Puritans, or Protestant Nonconformists; from the Reformation in 1517, to the Revolution in 1698; comprising an account of their principles; their attempts for a further Reformation in the church; their sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their most considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M. A., reprinted from the text of Dr. Toulmin's edition: with his life of the author and account of his writings. Revised, corrected, and enlarged, with additional notes by John O. Choules, M. A. 2. The Prose works of John Milton; with an Introductory Review. By Robert Fletcher.
1. The Integrity of our National Union vs. Abolitionism. An Argument from the Bible, in Proof of the Position, that Believing Masters Ought to Be Honored and Obeyed by Their Servants, and Tolerated in, Not Excommunicated from, the Church of God, Being Part of a Speech Delivered before the Synod of Cincinnati, on the Subject of Slavery. September 19th, and 20th, 1843. By the Rev. George Junkin, D. D., President of Miami University. 2. The Contrast, or the Bible vs. Abolitionism: an Exegetical Argument. By Rev. William Graham, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Oxford, Ohio. 3. A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, in Defence of American Slavery, with an Outline of the Bible Argument againt Slavery. 4. Line of Demarcation between the Secular and Spiritual Kingdoms. By the Rev. William Wisner, D. D. Ithaca.
1. The Last Will and Testament of James Smithson, London 2. The Letters of John Q. Adams, F. Wayland, Thomas Cooper, Richard Rush, S. Chapin, to John Forsyth, Secretary of State, on the subject of the trust assumed by the United States, under the will of James Smithson. 3. The Congressional Proceedings and Documents on the same subject.
1. The Mathematical Correspondent, Edited by G. Baron, New York, 1804. 2. The Analyst, Edited by Robert Adrain, Philadelphia, 1808. 3. The Scientific Journal, Edited by W. Marratt, New York, 1818. 4. The Ladies' and Gentlemen's Diary, Edited by M. Nash, New York, 1820. 5. The Mathematical Diary, Edited by Robert Adrain and afterwards by Mr. Ryan, New York, 1825. 6. The Mathematical Miscellany, Edited by C. Gill, New York, 1836.
1. The Missionary Chronicle: Containing the proceedings of the Board of Foreign Missions, and of the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church and a general view of other benevolent operations. Vol. XII. January, 1844. 2. The Missionary Herald: Containing the proceedings of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, with a view of other benevolent operations. Vol. XL. January, 1844.
1. The Nestorians, or the Lost Tribes, containing Evidence of their Identity, an Account of their Manners, Customs and Ceremonies, with Sketches of Travel in ancient Assyria, Armenia, Media and Mesopotamia, and Illustrations of Scriptural Prophecy. By Ashbel Grant, M. D. 2.The Remnant found, or the Place of Israel's Hiding Discovered. By the Rev. Jacob Samuel, Senior Missionary to the Jews, for India, Persia, and Arabia; Author of a Hebrew Sermon on the "Evidences of Christianity," and a Journal of Five Months' Residence in Cochin
1. The Principles of Population, and their Connexion with Human Happiness. By A. Alison. 2. The Sixth Annual Report of the Poor Law Commissioners
1. The Religion of the Bible, in Select Discourses. By Thomas H. Skinner. 2. Aids to Preaching and Hearing. By Thomas H. Skinner