The Oxford Declaration and the Eleven Thousand: Biblical Truths and
Bishop Colenso. By James Boully. (Frederick Farrah.)—The object of this gentleman is "to allow every one to entertain the creed which the circumstances amid which he has been placed, and the capacity of intellect which his Maker has given to him, have allowed him to com- pose." This certainly makes sufficient provision for religious liberty. Mr. Boully of course falls foul of the Oxford Declaration, and defends Dr. Colenso, but wo much doubt whether his advocacy is not more injurious than his invective.