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MAY NUMBER

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I. THE PRONUNCIATION OF GREEK. By N. P. Seymour, M.

A., Professor in Western Reserve College, Ohio.

II. DARWINISM. By Samuel Adams, M. A., Professor in Illinois

College, ill.,

III. MODERN EVANGELISTS AND SPECIAL EFFORTS TO

CONVERT AND SAVE SINNERS. By Rev. S. D. Coch-

ran,

President of Kidder College, Missouri,

IV. HUXLEY’S LAY SERMONS. By Rev. S. C. Bartlett, D. D.

Professor in Chicago Theological Seminary,

BOOK TABLE

Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, 297.-Chalmers'

Astronomical and Commercial Discourses, 300.- Trench's

English, Past and Present, 300.-Fresh Leaves in the Book,

and its Story, 300.-Blunt's Undesigned Coincidences in the

Old and New Testaments, and Paley's Horæe Paulinæ, 301.-

The Land and its Story, 301.-Cruden's Complete Concord-

ance to the Old and New Testaments, 301.-Warren's Sunday

School Commentary, the Gospels and Acts, 301.—Blakie's

Bible History in connection with General Ilistory, 302.-Ser-

mons by Frederick W. Robertson, 3302.–Parker's Ad Clerum,

302.—The Gospel in the Book of Joshua, 302.—The Hebraist's

Vade Mecum, 303.-Blake's Visit to some American Schools

and Colleges, 303.—Greeley's Essays designed to elucidate

the Science of Political Economy, 303.-The Recovery of Je-

rusalem, 304.-Dixon's Free Russia, 301.-Boise's First Les-

sons in Greek, 305.-Clement's Hand Book of Legendary and

Mythological Art, 305.-Seeley's Roman Imperialism, and

other Lectures and Essays, 306.-Six Books of the Eneid of

Virgil, 306.-Müller's Chips from a German Workshop, 306.

-Whitaker's Almanac, for 1871, 307.-Bartholomew's Ilandy

Atlas, 308.-White's Report on the Geological Survey of the

State of Iowa, 308.-Anderson's Manuals of History, 308.-

Margaret's Old Home, 309.-Joanna, 309.-Violet and Daisy,

309.—The land of the Diligent, 309.-Frank Austin's Dia.

monds, and Eagle Crag, 30).-Van Dyke's Lord's Prayer, 310.

-The Broken Bud, 310.-Douai's Kindergarten, 310.- The

Wonder Series, 310.-Books received, 310.

ROUND TABLE,

Little Giants, 311.—The New Puritanism, 312.—The Church and

the World, 314.-An Impossible Education, 315.— The Acad-

emies in Congress, 316.

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SEPTEMBER NUMBER.

YOVEMBER NUMBER,

II. THE NEBULAR HYPOTHESIS. By II. M. Lyman, M. D.,

Professor in Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill.,

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