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1806.

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A.
Anrica, South, Missions to 29 Dæmons, Pagan, on the

243 Anecdote of Calvin

21 Disputation, thoughts on, Frag.
of Bishop Butler
123

69
of Voltaire
ib. Divines, Old, neglect of

52 of Rochester

210 Duelling, resolve of General Asof Bolingbroke 211 sembly against

76 Angel of God's Presence, Christ Dufief, method of teaching lanthe

111
guage, review of

215 Appleton, Jesse, A. M. review of Dwight's Sermon on Duelling, his sermon 268 notice of .

28 Arts of Error

148

E.
B.

Excommunicate, on the treat-
Baptist Mission, Bengal
32 ment of an

249 Baptism, on publickly administer- Expediency, dangerous doctrine ing the rite of

264
of -

159 --- a Treatise on Infant, by

1. Clinton, review of 267 Fragments Bible Society, British, account of 128 Frank, Professor, interesting

29, 121, 170, 265 different editions of, in the

sketch of

64 library at Wurtemburg 131 Buchanan, Walter, A. M. review

G. of his sermon

266 Genealogies, Matthew's and Buckminster's Sermon, Review of 171 Luke's, reconciled

108 C.

5

Glenorchy, Lady, Memoirs of Candour

122

H.
Capel, Lord, account of the exe. Hall, Bishop, select thoughts
cution of

233
from

210 Catechism, Scripture, Review of 212

Harvest

84 Charity School in Great Britain 32 Hooker, Asahel, A. M. review of Chinese Literature

228
his sermon

266 Christ, Contemplations on - 206, 255 Hooker, Rev. Richard, last words Obligations of believers

of

- 121 to confess him 161

I. the Angel of God's pres- Ignorance

122 111 Immutability of Religion 13, 61 Divinity of · 113 Irenæus, Life of

91, 143 Christopher, St. account of an institution at

J. 177, 222 Church's, Rev. Mr. Explanation

Jay's Sermons, review of . 25, 70 of God's covenant, review of 214 Jerusalem, No. of inhabitants in 170 Coal Mine, remarkable one - 121 Jews in Russia

228 Cockburn, Mrs. Memoirs of 89 Jones, Sir William, Life of, reConflict between the flesh and

view . the Spirit

16 Journal among the Indians, ex. Cooper's Sermons on Predestina

tract from Mr. Sergeant's 270 tion, review of .

23

K. Correspondence

69 Kicherer's Narrative 29, 78, 173 Courtesy, Christian, nature and Knox's Principles of Eloquence 126 effects of

236

L. Covenanting with God

158

Lebanon, Mount, account of · 170 D.

Letters to a Brother, by Con. Dana's Sermon, review of 215

13, 61, 148 Danger of being hardened by sin 154 from Virginia

34 Deaf and Dumb, account of 229 Letter, Extract of a, from London 275 Deluge, Universal, proofs of . 9, 58

from Rev. Sir Henry 105, 150, 253

Moncreiff Wellwood 70 Departure from the truths and

from Rev. John Sergeant spirit of Christianity, on the 309

to one of the editors 227

ence

74

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