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INDEX.

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ORIGINAL PAPERS, &c.

Раа.

ADDRESS TO SUBSCRIBERS,

5

Arcana, Miscorrection of a supposed erroneous Translation in,

20

Atonement, on the,

561

Biblical Expositions,

68, 167, 306
Bushnell, Rev. Dr., and Mr. Lord,

547
Clowes, Rev. J., two Letters from,

256
Convention, General, proposed Constitution in the,

423

Dictionary of Correspondence, Interpolation in the,

18

Earth, Creation and Duration of the,

358

Essay on the Human Form,

61

Organization,

151

Forces and Tendencies of Nature,

10

Griess, Gratitude for,

355

Heaven, Etymology of the term,

166

How Societies in the New Church should be formed,

112

Human Form, an Essay on the,

151

Instructors of the New Jerusalem,

362

Jewish Tabernacle, viewed in its Spiritual Import, 219, 263, 311, 367, 412, 456, 511

Letter, the, and the Spirit,

247, 295, 343, 391, 439, 487, 535
Lord, Mr., and Rev. Dr. Bushnell,

547
Medicine, Spiritual,

53, 104

Nature, Forces and Tendencies of,

10

New Christian Dispensation,

205
New Church, General Constitution of the,

472
Organization, an Essay on,

61
Priesthood not Universal,

557

Psychological Phenomena,

449

Queries, three, relative to certain Doctrines of Swedenborg,

121
Salvation,

403
Second Advent, the Lord's, the present the Epoch of,

114, 162, 199

Sleep, Swedenborg on,

80

Soul-Experience, singular phase of,

470

Spinoza and Swedenborg,

465

Spirit and Matter,

498

Spiritual Diary, remarks on a passage in,

559

extract from,

560

Swedenborg, Aristotle and the Antipodes,

127
his Intercourse in the Spiritual World,

23
on Sleep,

80
and Spinoza,

265
three Queries relative to certain Doctrines of,

121

vindication of, from the Misrepresentations of Wesley,

24

was his Mission founded on the moral necessities of the Church and

World?

71

Water as an Elementary Correspondence of Truth,

213
as a Correspondence of Truth,

352
POETRY.
Lines addressed to Rev. Dr. Beers,

520
Men and Flowers,

139
Prayer from the Inner Life,

93
To my Guardian Spirit,

92
BOOKS NOTICED.
Ball on the Ministry, .

88

Bushnell's God in Christ,

34

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Clissold's Reply to Remarks on Noble's Appeal,
Crowe's (Mrs.), Nicche si of Nature,
Haddock's Psycheism and Somnolism,
Hayden's Character and Works of Christ,
Haugh's Judgment Day,
Holland's Reviews and Essays,
Journeyman's (a), Benefic--nce of Design in the Creation,
Kidder's Psychological Sy tem of Medicine,
Madeley's Science of Correspondences elucidated,
Morell's Philosophy of Religion,
Nevin's Antichrist,
North’s Lectures on Connection between Biblical and Physical History of Man.
Report of Northern Indiana Association, .
Rich's Life of Swedenborg,

Page.
194
235
336
573

32
568
196
433
35
87
233
380

87

581

SELECTIONS.

Address of the Presbyterian Synod of New-York to the Israelites within their District, 521
Bushnell, Dr., arraigned and acquitted,

526
Clowes, Rev. John, Letter from,

174
Des Guays, Letters on Swedenborg,

223
Excerpta Miscellanea, No. 1. .

475
Extracts from Night side of Nature, ·

250
Letter of Rey. John Clowes,

174
Israelites, Address of the Presbyterian Synod of New-York to,

521
Lutherian Gems,

. 99, 140, 173
Menzel, Wolfgang, and Swedenborg,

141
Miracles,

430
Night side of Nature, Extracts from,

280
Progress of Religious Sentiment in Holland,

175
Swedenborg, Des Guays Letters on,

223
Wolfgang Menzel on,

141
Watts on Formation of Christian Churches,

428

MISCELLANY.

48

Animal Kingdom, Supplement to Swedenborg's,

43
Barrett, Rev. B. F., visit to Louisville, Ky.,

185
Convention, General, Abstract of the Proceedings of the thirty-first,

320
Correspondence,

36, 94, 142, 179, 231, 234, 373, 476
Des Guays, Le Boys and Dr. Tafel,

41
Doctrinal Contrast,
Field, Rev. Geo., Letter from,

224
Indiana Association, Proceedings of the Seventh Annual meeting of,

144, 189
Letter from Dr. Tafel,

. 229, 432
New Church Societies, how they should be formed,

316
Reports of,

376
Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Northern Indiana Association, 144, 189
Psychological facts illustrating Swedenborg's Doctrine of the Soul,

44
Reports of New Church Societies,

376
Societies in the New Church, how they should be formed,

316
Soul, Psychological facts illustrating Swedenborg's doctrine of,
Swedenborg, Supplement to his Animal Kingdom,

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44

43
Tafel, Dr., and Le Boys Des Guays,

41
Letter from,

229, 432

EDITORIAL ITEMS,

100, 148, 197, 244, 289, 385, 434, 482, 530, 584

OBITUARIES.

Beardsley, Mrs. Elizabeth,
Beers, Rev. Lewis,
Fuller, Mr. Horace,
Gamble, Mrs. Elizabeth,

390
484
390
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AFTER a delay which we have in vain strove to make shorter, the first No. of the second year's issue of the N. C. Repository makes its appearance. The causes to which the delay has been owing, and which threatened at one time to prevent the continuance of the work altogether, have been happily removed, and the way is now clear for the resumption of our enterprise under new and as we trust hopeful auspices. The suspense in which our subscribers have been left for many weeks demands perhaps an apology ; but as it was owing to causes which we could not control, we trust our friends will be better pleased with an exposé bearing on the future than on the past.

It is our earnest wish to be enabled to continue the Repository, at least long enough to realise somewhat more fully our idea of what such a work might be made as an auxiliary to the cause of the New Church. The general principles on which it was proposed, at the outset, to conduct it, will be still adhered to. We see no occasion to depart from our programme. It is still our design to make the N.C.R. the organ of free, independent, liberal discussion, in which Truth shall be the polar star—that Truth, however, which reognises vital alliance with Good. But while we propose to follow out our original plan in its leading features, we shall not deem ourselves precluded from acting upon such hints, as to the improvement of the work, as experience or friendly criticism has suggested during its progress thus far. The principal ground of complaint, we believe, has been a

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certain heaviness in our pages from a disproportionate number of long articles, and those, too, frequently of an abstruse and consequently dry character. We are not sure that this objection is not well founded, although it is proper to remark that thorough-going and elaborate treatment of topics was from the first a decided feature of our undertaking; and, moreover, that as the Editor could not furnish all the matter, he was obliged to make use of such as was offered him. Still we are satisfied that an important change for the better may be effected in this particular, and we have therefore resolved to study such improvements in the choice and disposition of our matter as shall at least relieve the work from the charge of tedium. We would not be understood, however, as promising to insert no extended or serial discussions, or to make our pages equally attractive to all classes of readers ; this we cannot hope to accomplish ; but we shall still hope to introduce such a grateful variety into our matter, original and selected, that a wide range of readers shall find their tastes consulted. To give a more distinct intimation on this head, we submit the following as an outline of the intended features which the Repository is to wear in its future issues.

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