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Shedd's, Prof. G. W. T., Homiletics | Topography of Jerusalem, The, ar-

and Pastoral Theology, noticed, ticle on, by Samuel Wolcott, D.D.,
587.

116; allusion to Ferguson's theory
Splittgerber's Sleep and Death, no of the Topography of Jerusalem,
ticed, 568.

116; his theory respecting Mount
Study of Monuments, The, article Zion, 117; confusion introduced

on, translated by Prof. Charles M. by this theory into Smith's Bible
Mead, 276 ; necessity of such stud Dictionary, 118; Mr.Grove's rough
ies founded on the claim of the sketch of the terrain of Jerusalem,
universities, 276; the place that 119; discussion of the site of the
should be assigned to the study of church of the Holy Sepulchre, 122;
monuments, 285; the study of lan Mr. Ferguson's reply to the Edin-
guages leads to the study of mon burgh Reviewer, 126; argument
uments, 285; the ancients took the in favor of his theory from the
lead in the educational use of mon architecture of the buildings in
uments, 286; the study of monu question, 126 ; supposed existence
ments should be joined with that of a broad market-place near Con-
of history, 288; and with religious stantine's church, 129; argument
instruction, 289; identity of sacred drawn from the Mediaeval Histo-
history and the history of sacred rians, 130.
doctrine, 290; dogmatics and eth- Twofold fundamental Law of Rhythm
ics identical, 291; study of mon and Accentuation; or the Relation
uments should be joined with that of the Rhythmical to the Logical
of church history, 292; monuments Principle of the Melody of Human
studied to the best advantage in Speech, The, article on, translated
capital and university cities, 293 ; by Prof. Charles M. Mead, 1.
necessity of creating collections of Tyler's American Ecclesiastical Law,
art, 294 ; difficulty of procuring noticed, 206.
teachers in this department of Tyler's, Prof. W.H., Theology of the
study, 295.

Greek Poets, noticed, 789.
T.

Tafel, Prof. R. L., article by, 209.
Theological Education in England, Trench's, Dr. R. C., Studies in the

by President George F. Gospels, noticed, 591.
Magoun, 531 ; comparative schol-

U.
arship of the churchmen and dis- Ulrici's, Dr. Hermann, God and Na-
senters in the department of ture, noticed, 574.
theology, 532; the dissenters not

W.
contented with what they have Walker's Science of Wealth, noticed,
already attained, 536 ; dissenting 204.
preachers superior to those of the Wangemann's System of Christian
establishment on account of better Doctrine, noticed, 184.
professional training, 559 ; the Wesley, Charles, as seen in his Poems,
Congregationalists improving their noticed, 591.
method of education both for the Warren Sam., M.D., article by, 238.
higher and lower classes of minis- Wharton's, Silence of Scripture, no
ters, 561; necessity of diversifying ticed, 589.
our theological education, 562; our Winer's, Dr. G. B., Comparative
tendency to one, the highest, type Symbolics, noticed, 574.
of theological institutions, 564; Withington, Leonard, D.D., articles
should not this tendency be guard by, 74, 263.
ed against ? 564.

Wolcott, Sam., D.D., article by, 116.
Thayer, Prof. J. H., article by, 681. Wright's, C. H. H., Fatherhood of
Thompson, Joseph, D.D., article by, God, noticed, 786.
771.

2.
Tischendorf's Apocryphal Apocalyp- Zeller's Lectures and Treatises on
ses, noticed, 568.

Historical Subjects, noticed, 182.

article on,

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