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V. Mary not a Perpetual Virgin, nor the Mother of God:

but only a Sinner Saved by Grace, through the

Worship and Mediation of Jesus Christ, her God

and our God. Together with a View of the True

Position, Duty and Liberty of Woman under the

Gospel Dispensation, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth,

D.D., pp...

121- 143

Appendix, pp.

.144- 147

VI. Man's Place in the Universe. A Sermon Delivered at

the Installation of Rev. Thomas Osborne Rice as

Pastor of the Independent or Congregational (Cir-

cular) Church, Charleston, S. C., April 1, 1860, by

Rev. Nehemiah Adams, D. D., of Boston, Mass.,

pp. ..

149- 163

Charge to the Pastor, by Rev. John Todd, D. D.,

of Pittsfield, Mass., pp.

An Address on Giving the Right Hand of Fellow-

ship, on the same Occasion, by Rev. Thomas

Smyth, D.D., pp...

....171- 174

Address to the People, by Rev. George W. Blagden,

D. D., of Boston, Mass., pp....

....175- 178

VII. Services on the Occasion of the Ordination of the

Rev. F. P. Mullally, and the Installation of Rev. J.

H. Thornwell, D. D., and Rev. F. P. Mullally, as

co-pastors of the First Presbyterian Church,

Columbia, S. C., pp.....

..183- 213

Sermon, by Rev. John L. Girardeau, pp......183- 199

The Nature and Order of Ordination, by Rev.

Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp...

....200- 201

Charge to The Pastors, by Rev. Thomas Smyth,

D. D., pp...

.202- 211

Charge to the People, by Rev. Thomas Smyth,

D. D., pp...

.212- 213

VIII. Preach the Word. A series of Articles by Rev.

Thomas Smyth, D. D., of Charleston, S. C., pp.217- 245

IX. Preaching through the Press the Duty of all. A

Discourse, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, pp...... 249-252

X. Gospel Preaching Must be Doctrinal Preaching. A

Discourse, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp. 257- 274
D. D., pp...

XI. Fear as a Christian Motive. Two Discourses by Rev.

Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp..

..279- 294

XII. Consciousness and Fright of Sin. A Discourse by

Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp.....

..299- 301

XIII. Discourse by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D. Every

Man under Obligation to Believe and Confess

Christ by Union to His Church and an Open Con-

fession of His Ordinances, and The Duty and Priv-

ilege of Belief and Confession Urged Upon Doubt-

ing Sinners, pp.

....305- 334

XIV. The Young Man Miserable and The Young Man

Happy. Four Discourses by Rev. Thomas Smyth,

..339- 353

XV. Bible Temperance. Five Articles by Rev. Thomas

Smyth, D. D., Pp....

....357- 379

No. 1. The Importance Attached to Temperance in

the Bible, pp...

....357- 359

No. 2. What the Bible Means by Temperance,

PP.

.359- 364

No. 3. The Christian Rule of Liberty and Char-

..364- 368

No. 4. The Christian Rule of Liberty and Charity

(Continued), pp.

..368- 371

No. 5. The Christian Rule of Liberty and Charity

(Continued), and The True Meaning of the

Apostle in Romans 14:21, and 1 Corinthians

8:13, Explained, pp....

...371- 376

The Wine Question Settled as it Regards the

Communion, pp.

..376- 377

St. Paul's Direction to Timothy to Drink

Wine, pp.

..377- 379

XVI. A Defense of the Ecclesiastical Boards of the Pres-

byterian Church, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D.,

Pp. .

...383- 419

XVII. The Word-Reaching Sound and Word-Preaching

Sound. A Sermon by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D.,

pp. ..

.424- 429

XVIII. Our Election Made Sure. A Discourse by Rev.

Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp.
pp....

.433- 436

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XIX. The Peculiar Song and Service of the Redeemed.

A Sermon, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp..441- 447

XX. The Question of Psalmody. A Series of Articles

Published in the Charleston Observer, by Rev.

Thomas Smyth, pp.

....451- 521

XXI. Scriptural and Divine Right for Using Mechanical as

Well as Vocal Instruments in the Worship of God.

A Discourse Published in the Southern Presby-

terian Review, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D.,

Pp.

.525- 556

XXII. The Sunday School Teacher in His Work, Spirit

and Motives. A Series of Five Articles Published

in the Southern Presbyterian, by Rev. Thomas

Smyth, D. D., pp...

....561- 569

XXIII. Assurance Witness of the Spirit and The Call to

the Ministry. Discourses by Rev. Thomas Smyth,

D. D., extracted from the Southern Presbyterian

Review, pp.

...573- 621

XXIV. Claims of the Christian Ministry to an Adequate

and Liberal Support; also A Plea For the Preach-

ing of the Gospel to the Poor, but Not by the Poor,

by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp... ..625- 670

XXV. The Art Unions and The Use of the Lot.

Article, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp....675- 679

XXVI. Education. Articles, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.

....683- 694

XXVII. The Waldenses—Were They Pedobaptists? Arti-

cles by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp.......699- 717

XXVIII. The Culdee Monasteries. An Article, by Rev.

Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp.

..721- 745

XXIX. Trees. Newspaper Articles by Rev. Thomas

Smyth, D. D., pp.

.749- 755

XXX. On the Importance of a Knowledge of Natural

History to a Full Understanding of the Sacred

Scriptures. A Lecture Delivered Before the South

Carolina Lyceum by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.

....760- 769

XXXI. Lecture on the Practical Utility of Astronomical

Science, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D., pp...773- 780

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