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EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE,

AND

Missionary Chronicle,

FOR JANUARY, 1855.

CONTENTS.

PORTRAIT OF THE REV. T. BINNEY.
1. MEMOIR OF THE REV. WILLIAM ROBINSON, REDBOURNE, HERTY.
II. THE VOICE OF THE NEW YEAR.
III. OX APOSTOLICAL SUCCESSION.
IV. THE JUDGMENTS AND DECISIONS OF MAN CONTRASTED WITH

THE JUDGMENTS AND DECISIONS OF GOD.
V. MILLENARIANISM.NO. V.
VI. POETRY.
VII. REVIEW OF RELIGIOUS PUBLICATIONS.
VIII. OBITUARY.
IX. HOME CHRONICLE.
X. GENERAL CHRONICLE.
XI. PASSING EVENTS, POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS.
XII. MISSIONARY CHRONICLE,
A Portrait of the late Rev. J. GILBERT, Nottingham,

will appear in February.

The Profits of this work are devoted to the Benefit of Widows of

Evangelical Ministers.

33

No. 385.–NEW SERIES.

LONDON:
WARD AND CO., PATERNOSTER ROW.

EDINBURGH: W. OLIPHANT AND SON. ABERDEEN: G. AND R. KING.

GLASGOW: R. JACKSON. DUBLIN: J. ROBERTSON.

SIXPENCE.

LOX DOX: REED AXD PARDOX, PRINTERS, PATERNOSTER-ROW.

Communications have been received during the past month from the Rev. Drs. Henderson, Burder, Rames, and Jenkyn; and from the Rev. Messrs. Young, Scales, Sutcliffe, Lothian, Crossley, Jones, C. Williams, Wallace, Lyon, Campbell

, Stephen, Clack, Delf, Kennedy, Red path, Goshawk, Flood, Muir, Parry, Rees, T. Rees, Pallard Noble, Cooke, J. Jones, E. Jones, and Evans.

Also, from Joshua Wilson, Esq.; Vindex; Senex; A Country Curate; A City Missionary; A Sunday Schoo Superintendent; A Perplexed Youth; A Broken-hearted Wife; and Jabez.

N.B.-We have to acknowledge the receipt of many most encouraging documents from our brethren in the ministry, testifying to their success in urging the increased circulation of the Magazine at the commencement of a new year. We offer them our grateful thanks for the kind manner in which so many of them speak of the estimate they have formed of our imperfect labours.

We are sorry that many valuable articles, both in the réview and intelligence departments, have been held back for the want of space.

By one of those oversights which it is impossible to account for, we are greatly concerned to find that the name of the Rev. J. N. Goulty, of Brighton, was omitted in the list of Trustees published in the December Magazine. We beg to assure that gentleman that the omission was purely accidental.

Received for “ Widows' Fund," 108., from W. Norton, Jun.

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CONTENTS.

Page Memoir of the Rev. William Robinson, Redbourne, A Biographical Sketch of Mr. William Fontaine, Herts

1

late of the Old College, East-street, Hoxton......... 3: The Voice of the New Year

5 On Apostolical Succession

HOME CHRONICLE.

9 The Judgments and Decisions of Man, Contrasted Orphan Working School, Haverstock Hill

with the Judgments and Decisions of God............ 12 Case of the Independent Congregation, Redcar Millenarianism.-No.V........

............. 14 Baldock, Herts.... POETRY.

GENERAL CHRONICLE. Retrospection. 1855.......................................... 21

A New Year's Thought for Christian Missions.......... 3:

Western Asia Missions' Aid Society.......................... REVIEW OF RELIGIOUS PUBLICATIONS. Passing Events, Political and Religions Maurice's Doctrine of Sacrifice Deduced from the

MISSIONARY CHRONICLE. Scriptures

21 Wolfe's Messiah as predicted in the Pentateuch and

Polynesia.--Mangaia .........***************** the Psalms

East Indies.-Benares................

27 Cheap Editions of the Congregational Lectures ...... 29

Belgaum.-Baptism of Two Converts...................... 49 Jay's Mornings with Jesus.......

Bellary.- Village Labours ....

New Year's Sacramental Offering to the Necessitous OBITUARY.

Widows and Orphans of Deceased Missionaries,

and Aged Missionaries Incapacitated for Labour... 34 The Rev. Jonathan Glyde

................... 30

Missionary Contributions

.......... 30

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SARL'S ARGENTINE SILVER PLATE.

17 AND 18, CORNHILL.

This beautiful metal continues to stand unrivalled amongst all the substitutes for silver. Its intrinsic excellence, combined with its brilliant appearance, defies all competition. It is upwards of ten years since this manufacture was introduced by Sarl and Sons to the public, and, notwithstanding the many spurious and unprincipled imitations, the present demand exceeds all former precedents, thus giving a convincing proof of its having answered the end proposed, which was to produce an article possessing the durability and appearance of solid silver, at one-sixth its cost.

A new and enlarged Pamphlet of Sketches and Prices is just published, and now ready for circalation. It may be obtained gratis by applying at the manufactory,

SARL & SONS, 17 and 18, Cornhill.
Argentine Silver.–Fiddle Pattern.

Argentine Silver,-King's Pattern.

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