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Second Edition, in One Vol. post 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth. A DISSERTATION ON CHURCH POLITY,
BY ANDREW COVENTRY DICK, Esq., ADVOCATE. Quotations can give no true idea of the character of this work, or of the power of the author ; those who would appreciate either must procure the book."-Spectator.
* Mr. Dick has brought the distinctness, clearness, and fulness of the lawyer to the dix cussion of his theme. It is an able book, and, with some slight shades of exception, a boca eminently to our mind. We commend it earnestly to all who wish an intelligent guide 1 help them in dealing with the vexed questions of Church Polity." —British Quarterly Reries
The re-publication of this powerful treatise, which has been out of print for several years is a source of no ordinary satisfaction to us; and we congratulate our readers on its becomit. thus accessible to them, in a neat form, and at a low price. Quotations do injustice to a dissc: tation so strikingly marked by coherence and completeness. We have a sense ci the worth of Mr. Dick's dissertation for which we have not even now found adequate expres sion: it is most philosophical in spirit-rigidly conclusive in its argument—learned and com prehensive-adequately discussing and determining this first question of Church Polity is all its bearings. "It should be in every vestry library, young men's institute, and book-club; and
especially in every Nonconformist family.' --Nonconformist.
* This work deals in a popular and most practical way with the 'abstract view of te question : and as a connected argument is unanswerable. Every side of the subject is a turn exhibited and examined ; and the necessity of certain things which appear most anota lous in connexion with a State Church, is shown with a delicate irony which must draws smile, even from one who cannot afford to be convinced. .. . . It may be regarded as a standard book by Dissenters.'-Christian Spectator.
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This is an invention which answers the purpose of a cooking utensil, a looking-glass, and a lamp. It can furnish a dinner in one hour, and can be carried from place to place with the greatest ease, it being only five inches broad, and twelve inches high. We strongly recommend it to military men and travellers in general, and beg to refer them to the article itself for parti. culars, which, for portability and usefulness, is superior to say. thing we have yet seen.-Civil Service Gazette, April 1.
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It has been remarked that the present war has produced a very large proportion of inventions for the destruction of human life, and we are glad to have it in our power to notice one with an opposite tendency, which is likely to contribute to the wellbeing and comfort of the Army-wě allude to a Candle Lamp, invented by Samuel Clarke, the completeness and efficacy of which we have had the opportunity of testing, and find it most admirably qualified for the various uses to which it may be applied. The light afforded for writing, or for the operations of the toilet, is most excellent; and he must be a sorry cam. paigner who could not, by the aid of these admirable Lamps, cook a very savoury mess. It is not only to the Army that this Lamp will be valuable, but it will also be found to add greatly to the comfort of the nursery and sick room, and to be highly useful to bachelors and emigrants.
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