The August number of the Scottish Church is the best
that has appeared for a considerable time. Prinoipal Cunningham's which has already done duty as a lecture, on the possibility of union, or, Tailing union, of federation, between the Presbyterian and Episcopal Churches, is well reasoned and well written, and is sore to lead to controversy. "The Story of a Vain Young Woman" proves itsauthor to have great skill in dieoriminating between shades of character.
The Facts and Fallacies of the Crofter Question," although only begun in this number, should be read carefully by certain economical enthuaints of our time.