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THE

BRITISH CRITIC,

AND

QUARTERLY

THEOLOGICAL REVIEW.

VOLUME XXIII.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR J. G. & F. RIVINGTON,
PAUL's CHURCH-YARD, AND WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL;

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AND

SOLD BY BELL AND BRADFUTE, EDINBURGH; AND

MILLIKEN, DUBLIN.

1838.

LONDON:

C. ROWORTH AND SONS, BELL YARD

TEMPLE BAR.

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ART. I. The Life and Times of the Rev. George Whitefield,

M.A. By Robert Pbilip ..................... 265

II. 1. The Primitive Doctrine of Election; or an Historical

Inquiry into the Ideality and Causation of Scriptural

Election, as received and maintained in the Primi-

tive Church of Christ. By G. S. Faber, B.D.

2. The Doctrine of Election, and its Connection with

the general Tenor of Christianity, illustrated from

many parts of Scripture, and especially from the

Epistle to the Romans. By Thomas Erskine, Esq. 299

III. 1. The 51st Report of the Society for the Support and

Encouragement of Sunday Schools throughout the

British Dominions.

2. The 34th Annual Report of the Sunday School Union.

3. The 32d Report of British and Foreign School Society.

4. The 26th Report of the National Society for promot-

ing the Education of the Poor.

5. The 1st Annual Report of the Home and Colonial

Infant School Society.

6. The 1st Publication of the Central Society of Educa-

tion, 1837; and Schools for the Industrious Classes,

or the Present State of Education among the Working

People of England .......

IV. 1. The Study of Morals vindicated and recommended,

in a Sermon preached before the University of Ox-

ford. By Henry Arthur Woodgate, B.D.

2. The Law of the Mind and the Law of the Members,

a Sermon preached before the University of Oxford,

with Notes and an Appendix. By Charles Henry

Craufurd, M.A.

3. On the Foundations of Morals. Four Sermons

preached before the University of Cambridge, No-

vember, 1837. By Rev. William Whewell.

4. The Dangers and Safeguards of Ethical Science: the

Inaugural Lecture of the Rev. W. Sewell, M.A.

5. Remarks upon the Aristotelian and Platonic Ethics,

as a branch of the Studies pursued in the University

of Oxford. By Rev. Frederick Oakeley, M.A..... 376

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