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NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI.
NEW SERIES-VOL. III., 1851.
S. W. BENEDICT, 16 SPRUCE STREET.
Art. I. The Monuments of Egypt,
IV. Dr. Davidson on the New Testament,
V. Everett's Orations and Speeches,
VII. Steamships to Liberia, -African Colonization, 70
IX. Reforms in Collegiate Education,
LITERARY NOTICES.—Andrews' Latin English Lexicon, 144; Robinson's Greek
and English Lexicon of the New Testament, 146; The American Almanac and
Repository of Useful Knowledge, for 1851, 149; M*Cosh's Method of the
Divine Government, physical and moral, 151 ; The Women of Israel, by Grace
Aguilar, 151; Christ's Second Coming: Will it be Pre-Millennial ? by the Rev.
David Brown, A.M., 152; Fowler's English Grammar, 153; Dwight's Christianity
revived in the East, 153; Ward's India and the Hindoos, 154; Lowrie's Two
Years in Upper India, 155; Bigelow's Jamaica in 1850, 155; Dickinson's Re-
sponses from the Sacred Oracles, 155; Leyburn's Soldier of the Cross, 156;
Williams' Religious Progress, 156; Cobbin's Illustrated Domestic Bible, 156;
Peabody's Christian Consolations, 157; Addresses and Proceedings of the Semi-
Centennial Celebration of Middlebury College, 157; A General View of the Fine
Arts, Critical and Historical, 157: Macfarlane's History of Propellers and Steam
Navigation, 157; Bartlett's Elements of Natural Philosophy, 158; Downing's
Horticulturalist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste, 158; The Cultivator,
a Monthly Journal for the Farmer, Gardener and Orchardist, 158; Books receiv-
Art. I. The Language and Literature of Ancient Greece, 161
II. Endless Punishment, a Result of Character, 186
IV. The Results of Modern Missions, Permanent, • 207
VI. Brown on the First Epistle of Peter,
VIII. Plank Roads,
IX. Sketch of the Life and Character of the Hon.
LITERARY NOTICES.-Bushnell's Christ in Theology, 310; Davis' Half Cen-
tury, 311 ; Trench on the Miracles of our Lord, 314; Putnam's World's Progress,
314 ; Miller's Old Red Sandstone, 315; Miller's Footprints of the Creator, 315;
Hunt's Poetry of Science, 315; Agassiz and Gould's Zoology, 315; Green's