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Reasons for Unitarian Belief; plainly stated in Nine Lectures. By Luther Hamilton. Boston. L. C. Bowles. 12mo. Pp. 139.


The History of the Jews, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By the Rev. H. H. Milman. In 3 vols. New York. J. and J. Harper. 18mo.

Jewish History Vindicated from the Unscriptural View of it displayed in the “ History of the Jews,” forming a part of the Family Library ; in a Sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, Feb. 28, 1830. By Godfrey Faussett, D.D., the Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity. London, 1830.

Christian Biography; a Dictionary of the Lives and Writings of the most distinguished characters of all denominations, at home and abroad, from the revival of literature to the present period. By Wm. Jones, M.A., Author of the “ History of the Waldenses,” &c. London. 12mo.

Memoir of the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, A.M. late Vicar of Lois-Weedon, Northamptonshire, and formerly Fellow and Tutor of King's College, Cambridge. To which is annexed, An Essay on the Literary Beauties of the Scriptures. By the Rev. Richard Lloyd, A.M., Rector of St Dunstan's in the West. London, 1830.

Memoir of the Rev. Edward Payson, D.D., late Pastor of the Second Church in Portland. Shirley and Hyde. 12mo. Pp. 444.

Sketches of the Life of Philip Melancthon, with brief notices of Pascal and Luther. Hartford. D. F. Robinson, and Co. 18mo. Pp. 139.

A brief Memoir of Horace Bassett Morse. By a Teacher. Portsmouth. J. W. Shepard. 18mo.

Scripture History; with additions from the Books of Maccabees and Josephus. By T. Halleworth. Third edition, enlarged and much improved. Boston. Strong and Crittenden. 18mo. Pp. 220.

Conversations on the Bombay Mission. By the Author of

“ Conversations on the Sandwich Island Mission.” Boston. T. R. Marvin. 18mo. Pp. 156.

Lives of the Evangelists and Apostles; writers of the New Testament. For the use of Sunday Schools and Families. Cambridge. Hilliard and Brown. 18mo. Pp. 119.


Modern Pulpit Eloquence; containing selections from popular discourses and other writings of eminent British Divines, interspersed with Quotations from the works of distinguished Laymen. By A. Logan, of Leith. Lond. 1830.

An Inquiry into the Heresies of the Apostolic Age, in eight sermons, preached before the University of Oxford, in the year 1829, at the Lecture founded by the Rev. John Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury. By the Rev. Edward Burton, D.D., Oxford 1830.

Forty Family Sermons; by the Editor of the Christian Observer. 8vo. London, 1930.

An Address delivered before the Kennebunk Temperance Society, Dec. 25, 1829. By Dr B. Smart.

An Address delivered before the Temperance Society of South Berwick, Me. Nov. 26, 1829. “By Barton Stow. Second edition. Portsmouth. Miller and Brewster.

Indian Rights and our Duties. An Address delivered Dec. 1829. By Heman Humphrey, D.D. Amherst. J. S. and C. Adams, & Co.

A Plea for Entire Abstinence. A Discourse delivered in Troy, Jan. 17, before the Troy Temperance Society. By Mark Tucker. Boston. Richardson, Lord and Holbrook.

An Address delivered before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, May 27, 1830. By James T. Austin. Boston. John H. Eastburn. Pp. 32.

A Sermon preached at Berlin, at the Ordination of Mr R. F. Wallcut, Feb. 10, 1820. By Charles Lowell. Boston. L. C. Bowles. Svo. Pp. 32.

Discourses on the most important Doctrines and Duties of the Christian Religion. By Alexander V. Griswold, D.D. Philadelphia. W. Stavely. Svo. Pp. 472.

Moses on Nebo; or Death a Duty. A Sermon occasioned

by the Death of the Rev. Joseph S. Christmas. By Gardiner Spring, D.D. New York. John P. Haven. 8vo. Pp. 48.

Extracts from Sermons, by the late Rev. John Emery Abbot, of Salem, Mass., with a Memoir of his Life. By Henry Ware, Jr. Boston. Wait, Green & Co. 12mo. Pp. 139.

A Discourse delivered at the Dedication of the Meeting House of the Keene Congregational Society, April 28, 1830. By T. R. Sullivan Keene. J. and J. W. Prentiss. 8vo.

Pp. 25.

A Discourse delivered before the first parish in Hingham, April 8, 1830, the day of public fast. By Samuel Presbury. Hingham. C. and E. B. Gill.

A Sermon delivered in Portsmouth, N. H. April 1, 1930, being the day of the annual fast. By Jared B. Waterbury. Portsmouth. J. W. Shepard.

A Sermon preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Lucius W. Clark. By Joseph I. Foote. Brookfield. E. and G. Merriam. Svo. Pp. 22.

Two Discourses on the Lord's Supper, preached in Westminster Church, Providence, February 28. By Frederick A. Farley. Providence. M. Robinson. 12mo.


The Pilgrim's Progress; with a Life of John Bunyan. By Robert Southey, Esq. L.L.D. &c. John Murray, Albemarle street. 8vo. 1830.

Illustrations of the Exodus, (printed on large quarto atlas, with proofs on India paper) consisting of six views, from drawings made on the spot during a journey through Arabia Petræa, in the year 1828. By W. H. Newnham, Esq., and engraved on stone by J. D. Harding. The scenes portrayed are those in which the principal events recorded in Exodus occurred.

The Young Child's Prayer Book. Parts I. and II. Boston. Gray and Bowen. 12mo.

The Child's Prayer Book. Boston. Gray and Bowen. 12mo. Pp. 32.

The Youth's Prayer Book. Boston. Gray and Bowen. 12mo. Pp. 55.

Moral and Religious Gleanings; or Interesting Stories. Compiled from various authors. By Thomas Latimer. Philadelphia. W. Stavely. 18mo. Pp. 118.

Discourses, Reviews and Miscellanies. By William Ellery Channing. Boston. Carter and Hendee. 8vo. Pp. 603.

The Evil of Theft, exhibited in the History of James Forrest. By the Author of “Sabbath School Scenes.” Boston. James Loring. 18mo.

An Offering of Sympathy to Parents bereaved of their Children, and to others under affliction ; being a collection from manuscripts and letters not before published. Boston. S. N. Dickinson. 18mo. Pp. 224.

The Brighter Age. A Poem. By J. B. Waterbury. Boston. Crocker and Brewster. 8vo. Pp. 94.

The Pleasantness of a Religious Life opened and proved. By Matthew Henry. Boston. Pierce and Williams. 18mo. Pp. 166.

The Evangelical Spectator. By the Author of the “ Evangelical Rambler.” Revised by the Rev. G. T. Bedell. Philadelphia. W. Stavely. 12mo.


On page 273, line 10, for “eminent or imminent,” read “emanant or immanent." On the same page, line 22, for “ imminent” read “ immanent."

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