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THE

CHRISTIAN EXAMINER

AND

GENERAL REVIEW.

VOL. X.

NEW SERIES, VOL. V.

BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY GRAY & BOWEN.

LONDON:

ROWLAND HUNTER, AND 0. RICH, RED LION SQUARE.

1831.

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4. Cousin Elizabeth. By the Author of A Visit to the Sea-side.'

5. The Children's Robinson Crusoe ; or the Remarkable Ad-

ventures of an Englishman, who lived Five Years on an un-

known and uninhabited Island of the Pacific Ocean. By

A LADY.

6. The Little Girl's Own Book. By Mrs. Child.

212

Art. VI. — 1. Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.

By ROBERT HALL, A. M., Leicester.

2. The Works of the Rev. ROBERT HALL., A. M., Minister of

Broadmead Chapel, Bristol, England. First complete Edi-

tion, with a Brief Memoir of the Author.

3. Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Andrew Ful-

ler, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and

First Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society. By

J. W. MORRIS. First American, from the last London Edi-

tion. Edited by Rufus BABCOCK, Jun.

4. Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and

its Dependencies. Vol. xxvIII.

220

Art. VII. — The Political Class Book ; intended to instruct the

Higher Classes in Schools in the Origin, Nature, and Use of

Political Power. By William SULLIVAN, Counsellor at

Law. With an Appendix upon Studies for Practical Men;

with Notices of Books suited to their Use; by GEORGE B.

EMERSON. New Edition, with Amendments and Additions. 238

ART. VIII. – An Essay on Junius and his Letters; embracing a

Sketch of the Life and Character of William Pitt, Earl of

Chatham, and Memoirs of certain other Distinguished In-

dividuals ; with Reflections Historical, Personal, and Po-

litical, relating to the Affairs of Great Britain and America,

from 1763 to 1785. By BENJAMIN WATERHOUSE, M. D.,

Member of several Medical, Philosophical, and Literary So-

cieties in Europe and America.

256

ART. IX. — The Way of Truth and Union. — For the Christian

Examiner.

262

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