Art. 1.-Government of the Church of Christ in the Apostolic Age.
By Charles Elliott, A. M.
III.-Luther and the German Translation of the Bible
IV.-Mrs. Sigourney's Letters
V.-The Crisis; or the Present State of the Temperance Re-
VI.-Review of the Memoirs of Episcopius
IX.-Character and Tendencies of the Catholic Religion. By
Wilbur Fisk, D. D.
X.–Selections from the Papers of Mr. Watson
XI.-Succession of the Church of England Examined. By
Charles Elliott, A. M.
XII.--The Difference between Faith and Knowledge
XIII.-The Present State and Future Prospects of the Papal
Church. By S. W. Coggeshall
XIV.-Paul at Athens
XV.-West River Circuit
XVI.-Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms
XVIII.--Review of the Rambler in North America. By Charles
XIX.-Succession of the Church of England Examined. By
Charles Elliott, A. M. (Continued from page 152) 242
XX.-A Lecture on Education. Delivered at Utica, April 2,
1837. By Rev. Prof. N. Rounds, A. M., of Cazenovia 264
XXI.-Happiness in a Cottage; or, Religion superior to the World 273
XXII.-The great Eficacy of simple Faith in the Atonement of
Christ, exemplified in a Memoir of Mr. W. Carvosso 280
XXIII.-Female Biography : Mrs. Fletcher, Lady Maxwell, Mrs.
Mortimer, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Eliza Higgins, Miss Han-
nah Syng Bunting
XXIV.-The Life and Persecutions of Martin Boos
XXV.-True and False Religion Contrasted. By P. D.
XXVI.—The Sufferings and Glory of Christ. A Sermon. By the
Rev. J. H. Young, of the Baltimore Annual Conference 318
XXVII.-Observations on Watson's Theological Institutes. By
W. M. B.