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CONTENTS OF VOL. VII. ,
Page. Art. XII. BIBLICAL RESEARCHES IN
vin E. Stowe, D. D., Professor of Biblie ART. XIII. CRITICAL NOTICES.
By Rev. Albert Smith,Professor of Rhet-
STUART ON HEEREWS, IX: 16-18. By
Lee's Secret Prayer,
Krauth, D. D., President of Pennsylva-
31. Turner's Mormonism in All Ages,
Page ART. VIII. NECESSITY OF EDUCATION
SOCIETIES. By B. B. Edwards, ProfesAar. I. PRESENT STATE OF THE ART OF sor in the Theological Seminary, AndoINSTRUCTING THE DRAF AND DUMB IN
ver, THE UNITED STATES, By John Bennet, of Levingston, N. J.
ART. IX. MUSIC PROGRESSIVE. By Rev.
John Richardson, Pastor of the Church ART. II. REVIEW OF THEWORKS OF NA- of Dartmouth College,
463 THANAEL EMMONS, D. D. Bv Enoch Pond, D, D., Professor in the Theologi.
ART. X. CRUICAL NOTICES. cal Seminary, Bangor, Mo.
478 ART. III. EXAMINATION OF THE REV. A. 2. Ripley's Songs and Ballads,
• 479 BARNES' REMARKS ON HEBREWS 9: 16
3. Wheeler's Herodotus.
460 18. By M. Stuart, Professor in the 4. Waterston's Thoughts on Moral and Theological Seminary, Andover,
481 5. Transcendentalism,
. 481 6. Life of Jean Paul.
492 ART. IV. THE RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTS
7. Stuart's Interpretation of Prophecy, 482 OF THOMAS CARLYLE. By Rev. Mer
8. Duffield's Dissertations on the Pro
382 rill Richardson, Terrysville Conn.
483 9. Episcopal Bishops."
484 Art. V. ON AN EXPRESSION IN ACTS 10. Life of Ebenezer P. Mason,
454 27: 17. By Theodore D. Woolsey, Prir 11. Kane's Elements of Chemistry,
• 485 fessor of Greek Literature, Yale Col- 12. Liebeg's Animal Chemistry,
. 485 lege, New Haven,
405 13. Principalities and Powers in Heavenly Places,
480 ART. VI. REVIEW OF PHILOSOPHY OF
14. History of the R-formation, 486 THE PLAN OF SALVATION, By Rev. J.
15. Civilization in Europe,
487 Blanchard, Ciucinnati, Ohio,
16. Roman Graminar,
• 488 17. Memoir of Mrs Duncan,
.488 18. Sacred Songs,
.489 ART. VII. THE LEVITICAL LAW or IN- 19. Way of Life,
. 489 CEST. By Rev. J M Sturtevant, Proessor of Mathematics and Nat. Philo- Art. XI. LITERARY INTELLIGENCE, 490 ophy, Illinois College,
The subscriber having accepted the office of a Professor in the Union 'Theological Seminary in the city of New York, to which he has been recently appointed, feels it incumbent on him to embrace the earliest andortunity of announcing
AMERICAN BIBLICAL REPOSITORY, JULY, 1842.. The insertion of the name of Dr. Robinson on the cover of this Nor. of the Repository, and in the Editorial Announcements, is only intend to imply; that in addition to occasional contributions to the work, as. heretofore, he will favor the Editor with his counsel in the Biblical. Department.
--- maugo iryuuou arvuu uulgana ne trusts will not, affect unfavorably these excellent works. Professor Agnew, on whom will hereafter be devolved the principal editorial responsibility, is favorably known to our readers and the public, and the subscriber adds with pleasure the assurance of his entire confidence in his ability to conduct these publications in a manner which shall fulfil their highest promise of excellence and usefulness. It will be seen also from a notice which will accompany this announcement, that another and much more competent individual has consented to associate his name with that of the subscriber, as pledged to render to the editor such advice and aid as may be desired, and as their official duties shall allow. With the best anticipations, therefore, as to the results of the measure, in respect to these cherished and valuable publications, the subscriber resigns their principal editorial charge into the hands of one whom he has much occasion to respect as an associate, and whom he is happy to commend to the entire confidence of the public under the increased responsibilities he has consented io assume.
ABSALOM PETERS. New York, July 1, 1842.
An unexpected providence having called his highly es. teemed and senior associate to another post of usefulness in
the church, the subscriber feels obliged to submit to the re signation of his editorship of the works, which have been so admirably and satisfactorily conducted by him.
The change will impose on the subscriber a responsibility and an amount of labor, of which he had no anticipation when he recently consented to become the associate junior editor of the American Biblical Repository and the American Eclectic. He regrets that an association so pleasant must thus be dissolved, but he does not shrink from the responsibility devolved on him by this event, believing ihat as the day is, so will the strength be. With the continued contributions of those, who have hitherto aided in rendering the Repository one of the best works of the kind in any language, the subscriber indulges the hope of being able to meet the public expectation. And in respect to the Eclectic, his purpose is to increase the means of rendering it still more acceptable, and, by the introduction of articles from the continental journals, make it a repository of matter no where else to be found in the English tongue.
He is especially relieved, in assuming the charge of these important works, by having it in his power to announce to the public, that he will have the continued aid of Dr. Peters, and also of Rev. Edward Robinson, D. D. (See cover, p. 1.)
For the principles on which the works will be conducted, readers are referred to the editorial advertisement in the April number of 1842.
J. HOLMES AGNEW. New York, July 1, 1842.