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THE YEAR 1824.
By pureness, by knowledge, by long-suffering, by kindness, by love unfeigned, by
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
MEMOIR of the Rev. William Ward,
INTELLIGENCE.—Case of Mr. Shirreff,
REVIEW. —Witsius on the Apostles'
ESSAYS, &c—On the Relation of the
Cowper's Private Correspondence —
INTELLIGENCE.—Letter from Astra-
ESSAYS, &c—Moses's Wise Choice-
tory of Joseph in Verse—Joseph and his
REVIEW.—Ivimey on Mixed Communion
ESSAYS,&c—The Persecutor converted
REVIEW. —Cox's Reply to Ewing on
INTELLIGENCE.—Mr. Wilks's Speech
to the Protestant Society. &c..191—199
ESSAYS, &c.—A Dissenter's Reasons for
Queries of a Sceptic, with the Editor's
INTELLIGENCE.—Speech of Lord Hol-
tices, &c 233—250
ESSAYS, &c—On Miraculous Healing-
ing the unity of the Spirit in the bond of
the Baptist Magazine.'. 297—314
REVIEW.—Dr. Fawcett's Miscellaneous
ESSAYS, &c—Extract from the Baptist
Reviewed, Congregational Magazine—
On the Nature of Sound Doctrine