recovery is possible, probable, certain. Next, you were reminded, or were to have been re-minded, that, in order to realize this grand consumma-tion many and formidable obstacles have to be sur-mounted — obstacles arising from adverse influences act-active co-operation of all who love the Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity. During the year or two of the Society's existence, approved Agents have been employed in visiting the Jews, conversing with inquirers, and dis-tributing Tracts, and portions of the Holy Scriptures, in the Hebrew and other languages. The Committee have also published in Hebrew a selec-tion of passages from the Old Testament Scriptures, and the Epistle to the Hebrews in the same language. During the Spring of 1843, a course of Lectures, with a view of excit-ing an increased interest in the operations of the Society, were delivered in the National Scotch Church, Regent-square, by the Rev. Messrs-James Hamilton, A. M , F. A. Cox, D.D., L.L. D., T. Archer, ^.. M., J. Bennett, D.D., E. Henderson, D.D., J. C. Burns, A. M., H. F. Burder, D.D., J. Morrison, D.D., J. S. Stamp, and J. Harrris, D.D. These lec-tures, delivered by Ministers of six evangelical denominations, were afterwards published by the Committee of the Society, and the closing one of the series is now submitted to the American Christian commu-nity. Ed.