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DR. JAMES MARTINEAÜ.
London, January 12.
The death is announced of Dr.
James Martineau, late Principal of Manchester New College, at the age of 95 years.
[The Rev. James Martineau, late Prin- cipal of Manchester New College, was a brother of the late Harriet Martineau, and was bom at Norwich in 1805. He was educated at Norwich Grammar School, Dr. Lant Carpenter's School at Bristol, and Manchester New College. He entered the Unitarian ministry in 1828. After some years of active ministry, he accepted the chair of Mental and Moral Philosophy at Manchester New College, 1841. He was minister of Little Portland-street Chapel, 1859-73; the Principal of Manchester New College, 1868-86. He was an L.L.D. Har- vard, and D.D. Leyden and Edinburgh, D.C.L. Oxford, Litt. D. Dnblm. His prin- cipal works are-"The Rationale of Be ligious Inquiry," " Lectures on the Liver- pool Controversy," " Hymns for the Chris- tian Church and Home," "Endeavours After the Christian Life," " Miscellanies," " Studies of Christianity," " Essays Philo- sophical and Theological," "Hymns of Praise and Prayer," " Reb'gion as Affected by Modern Materialism," " Modern Ma- terialism: Its Attitude Towards Theo-
logy," "Ideal Substitutes for God Con- sidered," "The Relation Between Ethics and Religion," "Hours of Thought on Sacred Things," "A Study (/' Spinoza," "Typos of Ethical Theory," "A Study of Religion," "The Seat of Authority^ in Religion," "Essays, Reviews, and Ad- dresses."]