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pha, 703; views of Philo, 704;
conflicting opinions, 706; Logos
not regarded by Philo as a created
being, 708; no perfect unity in
Philo, 709; hypostasis of Logos
not different from that of the
world, 711; a power of thinking,
713; result of the thing sought,
715; identical with the world, not
personal, 717; nothing obliges us
to understand Philo's Logos as an
hypostasis, 720; his distinction
without a difference, 721; office
of the Jewish high-priest, 723;
Philo's views on human freedom,
725; of the Law, 727; views of
the Logos a compound of Hellen-
ism, Judaism and fancy, 729; his
Logos not that of the New Testa-
Science, Biblical, state of, 1.
Science of Church History, 54.
Smalley, Rev. Elam, on the Theolo-
gy of Dr. Emmons, 154, 479.
Poetry of Wales, Essay on by E. Smith, James, valuable work on the
D. Morris, 226.
Pond, E., D. D., Essay on the Suf-
ferings of Christ, 205.
Psalm second, exposition of, 352;
Messianic application, 352; evi-
dence for it from New Testament,
853; structure of the Psalm, 354;
translation, 355; notes, 356; prac-
tical uses, 358.
Prince Library, Boston, 180.
Private Libraries in Boston and
truth, 635; generous endowments
and permanent funds, 637; influ-
ence on national language, 639;
tendency to repress fanaticism,
641; influence on national liber-
ty, 643; effect on national honor,
645; composite character of our
nation, 647; ours a missionary
Scriptures, Commentaries on, 379.
Sears's Life of Luther, 600.
Shedd, Prof. W. G., on College ed-
ucation, 132; translation of The-
remin's Rhetoric, 603.
Shipwreck of Paul, Commentary on,
last two chapters of Acts, 755.
Smithsonian Institute, Contributions
to knowledge, 197.
Spanish Literature, Ticknor's Histo-
ry of, 569; great value, 569;
account of the work, 570; heroic
age of Spain, 571; poem of the
Cid, 573; ballad of Gongora, 575;
ballads, 576; inquisition, 577;
second period of the literature,
579; Lope de Vega, Calderon,
581; influence of the Inquisition,
583; concluding remarks, 585.
Squier, E. G., on monuments in
Mississippi valley, 197.
State of Biblical Science, 1.
Stewart, Dugald, Walker's edition of
his Moral Philosophy, 191.
Stowe, Prof. Calvin E., articles by,
91, 352, 452.
Schaff, Prof. Philip on Church Stuart, Prof. Moses, articles by,
Examination of John 1: 1–18:
1, 281, 696; notice of his Com-
mentary on Daniel, 386, 605.
Sufferings of Christ, 608.
Syriac Words for Baptism, article by
Dr. Murdock, 733; statement of
the facts, 733; why the words to
stand, pillar, etc., should be used,
Robbins, Prof. R. D. C., Life
Rosenmüller on the Psalms, notice,
Schmitz, Dr. L., Letter from, 803.
Schools, Collegiate and Professional,
626; monuments to the worth of
the Mind, 627; advance popular
education, 629 ; indirect influence,
631; promote extension of sci-
ence, 633; cost and difficulties of
739; from the idea that in bap-
tism, a man came to a stand pub-
and decisive in favor of Chris-
tianity, 740; analogy in the Eu-
Temple, Solomon's, Bähr on, 390.
Testament, Greek, new edition of,
Texts, difficult, explained, 163.
Theology of the Intellect and Feel-
ings, article by Prof. E. A. Park,
533; differences between the two
kinds, 534; theology of the Intel-
lect, 535; of the Feelings, 537;
criteria, 539; influences which
one exerts on the other, 540;
descriptions of future punishment,
541; theology of the intellect
enlarges and improves that of the
feelings, 542; importance of phi-
losophy, 543; dependence of in-
tellect on the feelings, 545; con-
tradictory forms of statement,
547; expressiveness of the lan-
guage of the feeling, 549; imag-
inative creeds, 553; practical
utility of the truth, 555; conject-
ural doctrine, 557; various forms
of belief, 559; future increase of
believers, 561; views of Syming-
ton on the atonement, 562; false
theology of the Intellect and
Feelings, 563; Necessarianism and
Fatalism, 565; corrupt nature of
Theology of Dr. Emmons, abstract
of by Dr. Smalley, 254, 479.
Tischendorf's Greek Testament, 400.
Theremin's Rhetoric, 603.
Tracy, Joseph, article on the exist-
ence of God proved from the
creation of man, 613.
Ticknor's Spanish Literature, 569.
Tregelles, S. P., Letter from, 801.
Tuch on Genesis, noticed, 384.
ford, changes in instruction, 586;
general changes in, 593, 807.
Universities, German, 360.
University of Vermont, Libraries in,
Utility of Collegiate and Professional
Verbs, Latin and Greek compared,
l'oyage and Shipwreck of Paul,
Commentary on, 743.
Universities of Cambridge and Ox-
Wales, Poetry and Poets of, 226;
Welsh literature merged in Eng-
lish, 227; value of Welsh poetry,
229; poetry and language have a
close affinity, 230; antiquity of
the language, 231; simplicity and
vigor of the ancient bards, 232;
want of refinement and learning,
233; bard system, 234; rights
of the chief of song, 235; family
bard, 236; canons of poetry, 237;
rhyme, alliteration, 239; fatal
defect of the system, 245; sketch
of the ancient poetry, 247; speci-
Walker, James, D. D., his edition of
Dugald Stewart's Moral Philoso-
phy, 191; of Reid, 602.
Wette, De, Life and Character, 772;
preliminary remarks, 772; birth,
776; school at Buttstädt, 776; at
Weimar, 777; influence of Her-
der, 777; life at Jena, 777;
Griesbach, 778; first publication,
778; disappointment, 778; en-
larged work on Old Testament,
779; Introductions to the Old and
New Testaments, 780; influence
of Fries, 780; translation of the
Bible into German, 781; goes to
Berlin, 781; general habits and
appearance, 781; intercourse with
Lücke, 782; with Schleiermacher,
782; Neander, 784; edition of
Luther's works, 785; opposed to
Hegel, 785; Christian Dogmatics,
786; Jewish archaeology, 787;
ethics, 787; deposed from his
office, 787; retires to Weimar,
788; office of a preacher, 788;
called to Brunswick, 788; Theo-
dore, 788; goes to Basil, 789;
labors there in various depart-
ments, 789; social character, 793;
Commentary on the New Testa-
ment, 793; liberal studies 794;
sickness, 795; death, 795; honors
at his funeral, 795; character, 796.
Whitney, Wm. D., Comparison of
Greek and Latin verbs, 654.
Williams College, Libraries in, 404,
Wimmer, Dr. Hermann, articles by,
on German Gymnasia, 108; Ger-
man Universities, 360.
Woolsey's Gorgias, 387; review of
Champlin's Aeschines, 426.
Worcester Antiquarian Library, 181.