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THE

PRESBYTERIAN REVIEW

AND

RELIGIOUS JOURNAL,

FOR

APRIL 1843-JAN. 1844.

EARNESTLY CONTEND FOR THE FAITH WHICH WAS ONCE DELIVERED UNTO

THE SAINTS.-JUDE.

VOL. XVI.

EDINBURGH:
WILLIAM WHYTE & CO., GEORGE STREET,

BOOKSELLERS TO THE QUEEN-DOW AGER,

MDCCCXLIII.

EDINBURGH: BALFOUR AND JACK, PRINTERS.

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ART. 1.—Church Reform. By A Churchman,

ART. II.-The Antiquities of the Christian Church. Translated

and Compiled from the Works of Augusti ; with numerous

additions from Rheinwald, Siegel, and others. By the Rev.

Lyman Coleman,

ART. III.-1. Sermons adapted to the Celebration of the Holy

Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By the Rev. Charles Bradley,

Vicar of Glasbury, Brecknockshire, and Minister of St James's

Chapel, Clapham, Surrey. 2. Sermons on the “ First Prin-

ciples of the Oracles of God,” Heb. v. 12. By Henry Erskine

Head, M.A., Rector of Feniton, Devon, and Chaplain to his

Majesty the King of Hanover. 3. Memoir and Sermons of

the late Rev. Dr Ferrier, Paisley. Compiled by the Rev. A.

Ferrier. 4. Memoir of the Rev. Stevenson Macgill, D.D.

By Robert Burns, D.D. 5. Memoir of the late Rev. Peter

Roe, A.M., Kilkenny. By Rev. Samuel Madden. 6. Works

of William Jay. Vol. V. Containing the Memoirs of the

late Rev. Cornelius Winter,

ART. IV.-On the Tracts for the Times. By the Rev. James Bu-

chanan, one of the Ministers of the High Church, Edinburgh,

ART. V.-). Letter from Sir James Graham, to the Moderator of

the General Assembly, with the Reply, &c. 2. First Circular

to the Friends of the Church of Scotland. 3. Second Com-

munication to the Friends of the Church of Scotland,

ART. VI.-). Correspondence between the Right Rev. C. H. Terrot,

and the Rev. D. T. K. Drummond. 2. Reasons for withdraw-

ing from the Scottish Episcopal Church. By the Rev. D. T.

K. Drummond. 3. Resignation of the Rev. D. T. K. Drum-

mond. Resolutions on the above case, agreed upon at a meet-

ing of the Clergy of the Episcopal Church belonging to the

Diocese of Edinburgh, 1st November 1842,

ART. VII.-Contributions towards the Exposition of the Book of

Genesis. By Robert S. Candlish, D.D., Minister of St George's,

Edinburgh,

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