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night in the capacity of a beggar seeking shelter, deals with them in succession, with a gravity of temper, and sense of religious duty, as far as possible from the sensational or merely sentimental way that has been too common. Some of his facts are new, and some of them very pungent and startling, as when he surprises us with an estimate that 100,000 children wander unclaimed in the streets of London; and tells us something of the jealously guarded mysteries of "baby farming." In most of the lamentable topics he deals with, he could not add much to the information, or the impression, long familiar. But his direct testimony as to several points-particularly as to the mischief of betting among the class most tempted to it, and as to some forms of drunkenness and low amusements among the London poor is very instructive. The book is less able and impressive, on the whole, than one might have expected. It is as if the writer's mind were oppressed by the gigantic and hopeless proportions of the misery he describes ; while it is by dint of conscience and Christian conviction that he persists in a struggle all the more heroic that it does but stem without beating back the boundaries of evil. And the reader, who has not the stress of the struggle to warm him, is oppressed still more.

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Bodek's Marcus Aurelius, 97.
Brooke's Sermons, 343.

Catlin's Last Rambles among the In-

dians of the Rocky Mountains, 234.
Caucus System, 137-153-the Phila-
delphia Loyal League, 137 - effect
of the caucus system, 140-its fail-
ure, 143- irresponsibility of mana-
gers, 145-equality of representation,
147 - representation of minorities,
150-personal representation, 152.
Cherubin on the Extinction of Species,

Chinese Question, 183-205-number
of Chinese on the Pacific coast, 184,

their value as laborers, 187
cheap labor, 188-foreign labor, 191
-immigration, 193-difference of
race, 195-morals of Chinese, 196

Chinese culture, 199-govern-
ment, 201-difference of religion,

Christian Pulpit, on the alleged unat-

tractiveness of the, 28-38.
Clayton's Spain and Majorca, 232.
Coleridge's Memoir of Rev. John Keble,

Collyer's Life of Conant, 116.

Delaunay's Philon d'Alexandrie, 96.
Divine Teachings in Nature, 280–295.
Dodyer's Christian Evidences, 335.
Dyer's Pompeii: its History, Buildings,
and Antiquities, 228.

Essays on a Liberal Education, 345.
Everett's Science of Thought, 344.
Folsom's Translations of the Gospels,
94, 270-280.

Fox's Memoir of James P. Walker,

German in America, on the study of,

1-20-as a substitute for the ancient

languages, 4-theological prejudice,
6-philosophical prejudice, 16-
prejudice of language, 14- works of
imagination, 17.

Greenwood's Seven Curses of London,

Grettir the Strong, story of, 235.
Habits of Good Society, 111.
Hartwig's Polar World, 237.
Heard's Tripartite Nature of Man, 224.
Heavysege's Saul, 106.

Helps's Friends in Council, 108.
Hope of the South, 241-259.
Huntington's Gropings after Truth,


Is there a Catholic Church in Amer-
ica? 168-183.

James's Secret of Swedenborg, 342.
Jesuits of the Evangelists, 20-27.
Letourneau's Physiologie des Passions,

Liberal Christianity in Europe and
America, 205-221-letter of Prof.
Brucht, 206- Editor's reply, 209 —
the Unitarian movement, 210- new
denominational life, 213-influence
of liberal orthodoxy, 214-of the
anti-slavery movement and the war,
215-converts from orthodoxy, 217
the Unitarian Church, 219.
Machinery as a Gospel Worker, 319.
Massachusetts, Early History of, 121-

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Massachusetts Historical Society, Pro-
ceedings of the, 226.
Messianic Hopes, origin and character
of, 71-94-the Hebrew hope, 72—
reign of David, 74, 77-the pro-
phetic thought, 78-a probation, 80
-transition to later belief, 82-
apocalyptic writings, 85-popular

expectation, 90-Jesus the Mes-
siah, 91.

Milman's Annals of St. Paul's Cathe-
dral, 109.

Morris's Grammar of Attic Greek, 349.
Naphegyi's Among the Arabs, 238.
Nature's Politics, 295–310.
Novissimæ Epistolæ Obscurorum Vi-
rorum, 342.

Noyes's Translation of the New Testa-
ment, 54-65.

Osborn's Montanini and School for
Critics, 108.

Paijkull's Summer in Iceland, 236.
Parkman's Discovery of the Great
West, 349.

Pomeroy's Introduction to the Consti-
tutional Law of the United States,

Pressensé's Religion and the Reign of
Terror, 221.

Religious Tendencies of the United
States, 39-54-three classes of

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