« AnteriorContinuar »
30 The Papal Triple Crown and Mitre 168
Popery, Past, Present, and Future
70 M. About's Exposition of the Popedom... 366
Statistics of Home Missions
The Pay Preachers' Corner.
112 Straining after Popularity
315 Preachers and Preaching
374 Martyrs Wanted...
374 The Minister's Tears......
374 Preaching to the Point
375 The Modern Pulpit
376 Pulpit Eloquence
Faults of Preachers
A really Good Wife
68 Indigestion and its Cure
69 Life Insurance...
38 Highgate Chapel
114 Analysis of the Church of England
115 “Surprise Parties”
of Holy Scripture in all Religious Religion in Wales
216 On the Office of Deacon
The Christian Witness.
35 Progress of Popery
36 Home Evangelization
The Diocese of Oxford.
95 British and Foreign School Society 275
court Chapel, Canonbury, London ... 143 • The Soldiers' Friend and Army Scripture
Congregational Board of Education 273
“ Boast not Thyself of To-Morrow" 48 The House of Prayer....
96 Reviyal Hymns
144 My Lambs
THE BEST & CHEAPEST TEAS & COFFEES IN ENGLAND
ARE AT ALL TIMES TO BE OBTAINED OF
PHILLIPS AND COMPANY,
Tea Merchants, 8, KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, LONDON.
Really Good Strong Useful Congou TEAS at 2s. 6d., 2s. 8d.,
2s. 10d., 38., 3s. 2d., 3s. 4d., 3s. 6d., 3s. 8d., 3s. 10d., and 4s.
Pure Unadulterated COFFEES at 1s. 1d., 1s. 2d., 1s. 3d., 15. 4d., and 1s. 6d.
Teas, Coffees, and Spices sent Carriage Free By their own Vans, within Eight Miles of No. 8, King William-street, City, and TO ANY RAILWAY STATION OR MARKET TOWN IN ENGLAND, if to the value of 40s., or upwards; and to WALES, SCOTLAND, or IRELAND, if to the value of £5 or upwards. By this liberal arrangement, those residing at a distance can enjoy all the advantages of the London Markets for Tea, Coffee, and Colonial produce, just as though they were residing in London.
PHILLIPS AND COMPANY,
SUGARS are supplied at Market Prices. 4 GENERAL PRICE CURRENT is published every Month, and is sent Free by Post
on application. PHILLIPS & CO. have no connection with any House out of the City of London. 3
BENSON'S WATCHES are finely finished, accurate timekeepers, elegant, durable, and reasonable in price.“ The high repute which Mr. Benson has obtained for the qualities of his manufacture stand second to none."--Morning Advertiser. “ The watches here exhibited surpass those of any other English manufacturer."- Observer.'
Manufactory-33 & 34, LUDGATE-HILL, E.C. Established 1749.
BENSON'S LADY'S GOLD WATCH. " Exquisite artistic feeling in ornamentation, and perfection of mechanism in structure.”—
"- Morniny Post. 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, and 25 Guineas each.
BENSON'S GENTLEMAN'S GOLD WATCH. “ All that can be desired in finish, taste, and design."--Globe. 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 20, 25, & 30 Guineas each.
BENSON'S PRESENTATION GOLD
WATCH. * Excellence of design and perfection in workmanship.”—Morning Chroniclė. 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 Guineas each.
BENSON'S SILVER LEVER WATCHES leave nothing to be desired but the money to buy them with.”-- Standard. 4,5,6,8,10, 13, & 20 Guineas each.
BENSON'S SILVER HORIZONTAL WATCH. watch without paying an exorbitant price.”—Daily Telegraph. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 Guineas each.
BENSON'S NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF WATCHES (free for two stamps), contains prices and important information as to what watch to buy. It should be read by all who are about buying a watch. Watches sent free to any part of England, Scotland, Ireland, or Wales, on receipt of a remittance, payable to J. W. BENSON, 33 and 34, Ludgate-hill , London, E.C.
4 DECEMBER, 1859.
"A good Oxford House School, Chelsea, London, S.W. The School Course embraces the usual branches of an English Education, also preparation for Commercial or Professional pursuits, and the Civil Service examinations. Terms—including Stationery, Laundress, and Pew Rent--from Forty to Forty-five Guineas per Annum. Principal: J. Paxton Hall, F.C.P., Editor of the “Guide to the Services." Referee : Rev. J. Campbell, D.D., London.
SURREY STREET, NORWICH. MISS LINCOLNE and her Sister, Mrs. A. BOARDMAN, beg to inform their friends that the duties of their Establishment will be resumed at the close of the Christmas Vacation. Music and German are taught by experienced and efficient Masters, and great care is bestowed upon the acquisition of a correct and conversational knowledge of the French language. The house is well situated, airy, and commodious, and nothing is neglected that can promote the health and comfort of the pupils. A constant effort is made to cultivate those habits which are indispensable to the character of the well-informed and Christian woman.
Terms, including French, Boarders, 34 guineas; Day Pupils, 12 guineas. References are kindly permitted to the Dowager Lady Buxton, Northrepps Hall, Norfolk; Madame Razoux, Oosterhaut, near Breda, Holland; the Rev. John Alexander, Norwich; the Rev. William Brock, London; the Rev. A. Reed, B.A., London ; Andrew Johnston, Esq., Halesworth ; H. Harvey, Esq., 43, Canonbury Square, Islington; W. Bickham, Esq., Manchester ; and to the parents of the pupils.
23 Wanted, in a Private School, a Young Lady, competent to teach thoroughly English and Music, with Drawing and Needlework. Testimonials as to character and ability required. Communications, stating age, salary, &c., to be addressed to Mrs. Arundel, Summer Castle, Rochdale, Lancashire.
26 Runnymede School, Egham, near Windsor. This School is situated in a highly salubrious and delightful locality. Its object is to impart to a limited number of youths, on moderate terms, a sound and liberal education. The young gentlemen have every comfort of a cheerful and decidedly Christian home, are most kindly treated, and receive that individual attention to their studies, health, morals, and religious training, which is not attainable in larger establishments. Terms, Twenty guineas per annum. References to parents of pupils. Prospectuses on application to Mr. H. Clemow, Eghain, Surrey.
EDUCATION, BATH. MRS. and the MISSES PEARSON Board and Educate a limited number of Young Ladies, at their residence, No. 17, Walcot Parade, which, from its pleasant and healthy situation, size, and internal arrangements, is peculiarly adapted to scholastic purposes. The course of instruction is calculated to secure the most solid and enduring advantages to those who pursue it; and while the principals, with the aid of professors, seek to render their pupils intelligent and accomplished, their chief aim is so to train them that they may become sincere Christians and useful members of society. A prospectus of the terms, which are moderate, will be forwarded upon application. Most satisfactory references can be given.
50 Just published, in 8vo., 2s. cloth, The Bible, Teetotalism, and Dr. Lees. A concise Narrative and Lecture, with a reconsideration of the inquiry, Is Teetotalism the plain Teaching of the Bible ? By DAVID WILLIAMS, of Great Harwood. London: Hall and Virtue, 25, Paternoster Row. Manchester : John Heywood, 143,
Deansgate. Blackburn : J. N. Haworth.
12mo., cloth, 4s. The Church Distinguished; or, the Christian Community in its Relations to the World. By CALEB WEBB, Author of “The Sensibility of Separate Souls Considered.”
" This volume marked by peculiar originality. It embodies, developes, and elaborates the idea which pervades it with remarkable ability, care, and success. We view the work as peculiarly seasonable, and could desire for it a most extensive perusal among Christians of all denominations."-British Standard. London : Houlston & Wright, 65, Paternoster-row.
17 PALLESKE'S LIFE and WORKS of MORAL EMBLEMS from CATS and
SCHILLER. Translated by Lady WALLACE. FARLIE. By JOHN LEIGHTON, F.S.A. In With 2 Portraits. 2 vols., 24s.
Grolier binding, 31s. 6d.; morocco by Hayday,
52s. 60. 2
[In a few days. BUN
18 YAN'S PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. Preface
BOWDLER'S FAMILY SHAKSby the Rev. C. KINGSLEY. 126 Illustrations. PEARE, in 36 Weekly Parts, 1s. each. Cloth, 21s.; morocco, 31s. 6d.
1. The Tempest," complete for 1s., now ready. 3
19 EMERSON TENNENT'S THOMAS MOORE'S MEMOIRS, &c. Work on CEYLON. Maps, Plans, and
Edited by Lord JOHN RUSSELL, M.P. PeoCharts, Woodcuts. 2 vols., 50s.
ple's Edition, in 10 monthly parts, 1s. each. Part
I. on Dec. 31st. 4
DICTIONARY of COMMERCE and COMMERCIAL NAVI- BRIALMONT'S LIFE of WELLINGGATION, adapted to the Present Time. Maps
TON, translated and edited by Rev. G. R. and Plans, 50s.
GLEIG, M.A. Vols. III. and IV. completion. 5
21 URE'S DICTIONARY OF ARTS, THE HISTORY of FRANCE. By
MANUFACTURES, MINES. Edited by R. EYRE EVANS CROWE. In Five Volumes. YoHunt, F.R.S. Publishing in 14 parts, 5s. each. lume the Second. 6
22 MOORE'S POETICAL
ITALY in the NINETEENTH CENPeople's Edition, complete, now publishing
TURY. By the Right Hon. J. WHITESIDE, in 10 parts, price ls. each.
M.P. New Edition, revised. 7
23 MOORE'S NATIONAL AIRS, MU- HISTORY of CONSTITUTIONAL SIC and WORDS. People's Edition, now
and LEGISLATIVE PROGRESS in ENGpublishing in 10 Numbers, at 1s. each.
LAND. By THOMAS ERSKINE Max. 2 vols. 8vo.
24 BACON'S WORKS, edited by Ellis, HORNE'S INTRODUCTION to the SPEDDING, and HEATH. The Seventh Vo
SCRIPTURES. Vol. II. the Old Testament. lume, price 18s.
New Edition, edited by the Rev. J. AYRE. 8vo. 9
25 FREEMAN and SALVIN'S workon
CRITICAL ANNOTATIONS, additional and OTTER and CORMORANT FISHING. Illus- supplemental, on the New Testament. 8vo. trations, 10s. 6d.
26 10 PEAKS, PASSES, and GLACIERS. BUNSEN on EGYPT'S PLACE in
UNIVERSAL HISTORY, translated by C. By the ALPINE CLUB. Third Edition, with Illus
H. COTTRELL, M.A. Vols. IV. and V. completion. trations, 21s.
of the SEA AFTERNOON of LIFE. By Author | THE CHEMISTRY of “Morning Clouds.” Second Edition, fcp.
SHORE. By the Author of “ The Chemistry
of Creation." 8vo., 5s.
12 ATTWELL'S MANUAL of GENE THE SEA and its LIVING WON. for Schools, from the
DERS. By Dr. GEORGE HARTWIG. 870., “Noorthey Course." 2s. 6d.
with very numerous Illustrations. 13
REGISTRATION of TITLE to
LAND: what it is, why it is needed, and ING LESSON-BOOKS, for Schools. Book how it may be effected. By ROBERT Wilson. the Fourth, 2s. 6d.
14 REV. J. HUNTER'S ELEMENTS MANUAL of DIET. By WILLIAM
BRINTON, M.D., Lecturer on Physiology at of MENSURATION, in GLEIG's School St. Thomas's Hospital. Series. 9d.
31 15 STOW'S work on the TRAINING ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, PATHO
LOGY, and TREATMENT of the TEETH. SYSTEM of EDUCATION. Eleventh By T. BELL, and S. J. A. SALTER. Edition, enlarged, 6s. 60.
32 16 MONIER WILLIAMS'S BAG-O.
MONIER WILLIAMS'S HINDUS
TANI PRIMER ; Grammar, Vocabulary, BAHAR, edited in English type, with Phrases, Stories, &c., in English type. Notes, &c. Price 5s.
[Just ready. London: LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, and ROBERTS.