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THE YEAR 1824.

VOL. X.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

VOL. X.

JANUARY.

MEMOIR of the Rev. William Ward,
of Serampore p. 1—8

ESSAYS, &c. DOCTRINAL and PRAC-

TICAL.—On Man—Hints on the dan-

gers incident to Christian Churches

9—16

REVIEW.—Sermons of the Rev. James

Saurin, a new edition—Eighteen Short

Essays on Prayer and the Ministry of

the Word, by S. Green—Toller's Ser-

mons on various subjects—Time's Tele-

scope for 1824—Christian Remembrancer

17—26

INTELLIGENCE.—Case of Mr. Shirreff,
&c 27—32

FEBRUARY.

ESSAYS, &c—On Female Immolation-

Strictures on some recent Missionary

Intelligence—On Mixed Communion—

Extract' from Mr. Hall's Memoir of Mr.

Toller—Further Hints to Christian

Churches—Salvation connected with the

belief of a testimony 33—44

REVIEW. —Witsius on the Apostles'
Creed — Select Christian Authors —
Brown's Life of Howard — Deacon's
Young Convert—Hart's Antinomianism
dissected—Dr. Chalmers's Sermons at
Glasgow 45—55

INTELLIGENCE 58—63

ORIGINAL POETRY 64

MARCH.

ESSAYS, &c—On the Relation of the
Natural Attributes of Deity to Religion
—On the exercise of Investigation—Let-
ter I. from Mr. M'Lean to Dr. Richards,
of Lynn—Dr. Chalmers on the restless-
ness of the human mind—Queries and
Answers 65—75

REVIEW.—Dr. Henderson's Appeal on

the subject of the Turkish New Testa-

ment—Duncan's Travels in America—

Cowper's Private Correspondence —
Reed's Letter to the Editor of the
British Review—Ford's and Bird's Psalm
Tunes — Brown's Discourses on the
Lord's Supper 76—90

INTELLIGENCE.—Letter from Astra-
chan, &c. &c 91—95

ORIGINAL POETRY 96

APRIL.

ESSAYS, &c—Moses's Wise Choice-
Letter II. Mr. M'Lean to Mr. Richards—

On Abraham's offering up his Son—Non-

clericus in defence of Exhortation—Dip-

ping, Sprinkling and Pouring, three

actions—On the rule of admitting Mem-

bers into Church-fellowship —On the.

lawfulness of defensive war—Stanzas on

Beauty 97—10S

REVIEW.—Cowper's Private Correspon-

dence— Dr. Tilloch's Dissertations on

the Apocalypse—Mayer's History of the

Jews—Haldane's Four Treatises—His-

tory of Joseph in Verse—Joseph and his
Brethren—Kinghorn on the argument
from Circumcision i.l09—122

INTELLIGENCE 123—127

ORIGINAL POETRY 12S

MAY.

ESSAYS, &c—Vigil's Letter to a Youn&

Minister—On the want of religions joy

in professors—Letter III. Mr. M'Lean

to Mr. Richards—Sabbath 129—130

REVIEW.—Ivimey on Mixed Communion
—Tilloch's Dissertations on the Apoca-
lypse, concluded—The Modern Traveller
—Matthew Henry at Hackney—View of
the Socinian controversy—Pamphlets on
pluralities in Scotland—Memoirs of Mrs.

Ulyat 140—154

INTELLIGENCE 155—159

ORIGINAL POETRY 160

JUNE.

ESSAYS,&c—The Persecutor converted
—On the admission of Members into
Churches—On the grounds of Clnistian
confidence—Letter IV. Mr. M'Lean to
Mr. Richards—Illustrations of the Om-

nipotence of Deity—Non-Academicus on

the utility of Dissenting Academies

161—176

REVIEW. —Cox's Reply to Ewing on
Baptism—M'Lean on Baptism a term of
Communion—Paterson's View of Crea-
tion—March's Sabbaths at Home—Gro-
ser's Sermon on the Value of Human
Life—The Cottage Bible and Family Ex-
positor—Upton's Seamen's Gallery

177—190

INTELLIGENCE.—Mr. Wilks's Speech

to the Protestant Society. &c..191—199

ORIGINAL POETRY 200

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JULY.

ESSAYS, &c.—A Dissenter's Reasons for

separating from the Communion of the

Church of England—On the exercise of

Forgiveness among Christians—Letter

V. Mr. M'Lean to Mr. Richards—On

the proper attitude of Christians in pub-

lic prayer—Reply to Non-Academicus—

Queries of a Sceptic, with the Editor's
Remarks—Anecdote 201—216

REVIEW. —Pamphlets on the Geneva

Controversy—Hall's Sermon on Slavery

— Brown's Selection of Passages of

Scripture., .« 217—222

INTELLIGENCE.—Speech of Lord Hol-
land at the Protestant Society — Anni-
versary Meetings, &c. <Stc 223—231

ORIGINAL POETRY. ..232

AUGUST- •

ESSAYS, &c.—A Dissenter's Reasons for

separating, continued—On living to God

—Non-Academicus in Reply to a Mem-

ber of a Baptist Church—On not reading

the Scriptures inp'ublic—Original Letter

of the late Mr. Sutclift—Hints on recti-

fying abuses—Remarks on Mr. Faber's

account of the two witnesses of the

Apocalypse—Anecdote—Literary No-

tices, &c 233—250

REVIEW.—The Works of Dr. John Owen,

new edition—Flavel's Treatise on the

Soul of Man—Lawson's Elegy to the

Memory of Henry Martyn—Edwards's

Life of Brainerd—Wilson's Scripture

Manual—Modern Traveller, Vol. II.—

Cottle's Strictures on the Plymouth An-

tinomians—Recollections, Juvenile, Mis-

cellaneous, and Academical—The Village

Library, &c 251—356

INTELLIGENCE 257—263

ORIGINAL POETRY , 264

SEPTEMBER.

ESSAYS, &c—Thoughts on Missions—Il-

lustrations of the Omnipotence of Deity

—Dissenter's Reasons for separating,

concluded—Letter from the church at

Hexham—Ward's Letter to the church

at Bitchburn—Reply to Non-Academicus

• ofi5 282

REVIEWS.—James's Christian Father's

Present—Fox's Spirit of Unitarian Chris-

tianity—Professor Lee's Remarks on Dr.

Henderson's Appeal—Bailey's Sermon

on the death of Lord Byron 283—290

INTELLIGENCE ..291—295

ORIGINAL POETRY 296

OCTOBER.

ESSAYS, &c—On Miraculous Healing-
Letter to a Baptist Church—On the duty
of unbelievers to live to God—On keep-

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