An American divine, DR. TIMOTHY DWIGHT (1752-1817), is author of a comprehensive work, Theology Explained and Defended, which has long been popular in this country as well as in the United States. It consists of a series of 173 sermons, developing a scheme of didactic theology, founded upon moderate Calvinism. The work has gone through six or eight editions in England, besides almost innumerable editions in America. Dr. Dwight was President of Yale College from 1795 until his death, and was a voluminous writer in poetry, history, philosophy, and divinity. His latest work, Travels in New England and New York, four volumes, gives an interesting and faithful account of the author's native country, its progress, and condition.