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Hanley, Staffordshire, account of the
ceremony on laying the foundation.
stone of the Unitarian Chapel at,
364. Dr. Carpenter's recommen-
dation of, 426. "Notices respecting,
556, 611. Opening of, 674,
Harrison, Rev. Jeremiah, his freedom
from bigotry,
HART, Mrs., ber statement of the in-
tercourse between Dr. Priestley and
Mr. Winchester,
Hastings', Marquis, speech at the
last examination in the College of
Fort William,

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684

Hawkes, Rev. James, his success in
the Dukinfield Sunday-school,
Hayti-Twentieth Anniversary of the
Liberty of; Lancasterian Schools;
Medical Schools; Academy,
H. C. on the Annual Association of
Methodist Unitarians of Rossendale, 425
Heap, Mr, John, some account of,
Heathenism, on the proposition that

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the divinity of Christ was dictated
by, in order to account for his uri-

Hebrew Bible, integrity of the,
HELLENISTES' recommendation of the
study and use of the Greek lan.
guage, as a bond of union to Uni-
tarian Christians,
"Helon's Pilgrimage to Jerusalem,"
by M. Strauss, some account of,
Heywood, Miss Bridget, obituary of, 606
Hibernian Society for aiding the
Translation of the Holy Scriptures
into Foreign Languages, formation
of the,

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Hickes, Elias, an American Quaker
preacher, account, of, 229. Con-
plimentary lines addressed to, on
hearing him preach a sermon at
Philadelphia,

Hill, Mrs. Ann, obituary of,
HINCKS, Mr., on Jewish titles of the
Messiah,

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Hincke's, Rev. Thomas D., plea for
the Belfast Academical Institution, 561
Hindoo Literary Society, established
in India,

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Hodgkins, Mrs. Myra, obituary of, 115
HOLDEN, Mr., ou the state of Cran-
brook Chapel, 525. On the death
of Mr. Cornish,
Holland, the late Rev. J., an essay on
the providence of God, by,
Holt, Rev. John, inquiry respecting,
351. Reply to,

510

540

704

550

331

HONE, Mr., his donation for the na-
tive Unitarian missionary at Madras, 64
Hope, Patience, epitaph on, 11
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H. T. on liberal publications in Ame-
rica, -, an
HUGHES, MRS. MARY, on the Ameri-
can Society for the Abolition of
Domestic Slavery, 97. Her stric
thres on Mr. Wright's tract on the
Prodigal Son,

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Hughs, David, obituary of,
Hull, Lincoln, Doncaster and Thorne
Unitarian Association Anniversary, 609
Hume, Mr., his important motion on?
the Church Establishment of Ire-
land, 184, 249. On presenting
the Christians' petition against the
prosecution of Unbelievers,
Hungary, manners and customs of
gypsies in,

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Ironsides, Dr., anecdote of,
Irving's Orations, on passages in,
451,

Isaiah, ch. vii., on the prophecies of,
497; ix. 6, 7, remarks on,
Italian Protestant Confessors, select
memoirs of,

588

516

614

I. on congregational subscriptions to
Christian Tract Society,
I. L. on the charge of " mystery"
against Dr. Priestley, &c., 508.
On Mr. Luckcock's remarks on
Providence,
Illustration of John vi. 62, 219. Re-
marks on,
INDAGATOR on the Greek language
bond of union to Unitarians,
India, Unitarian mission in, 64, 154,
236, 297. State of slavery in, 90.
Public affairs, &c. of, 117, 135,
301. Hindoo literary society es-
tablished in,
Individual contributions to public im-
provement, on,
Innes's Sermon at New Salters' Hall,
at a Monthly Meeting of Ministers
and Churches, strictures on,
Inquirer, The, extract from, on the
abolition of the slave trade, 97.
Death of the Bishop of Calcutta,
from, 112. Account of the Dutch
Jews; with a hymn by Da Costa,
who is said to have lately embraced
Christianity, from,
Installation of Sir James Mackintosh
at Glasgow, 43. Mr. Jeffery's
speech on,
INTELLIGENCE, 58, 116, 180, 245,
300, 359, 415, 482, 552, 607, 673, 734
Ireland, amount of Church property

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in, 185. Statement of the patron-
age of the parishes in, 187. Low
state of intelligence in,
Irish Church Establishment, sub-
stance of the debate in the House
of Commons on the, 184, 249.
Present state of the, 185.' Irish
Churches' Bill, debate in the House
of Lords on the motion for the
third reading of the,
Irish prelates in parliament, rotation
of,

Italy, public affairs of,

I. W.'s abstract of lectures on Non-
conformity, 82. On the Devon and

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270

277

123

612

428

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563

382

729
613

Cornwall Unitarian Association An-
niversary,

J.

Jamaica, information respecting ne-
gro-slavery in, 231,
James, the late Rev. David, his ac-
count of Dr. John Collet, of New-
bury,

J. B.'s obituary of Samuel Lewin,
Esq.,

J. C. W.'s hymn on Matt. v. 3, 242.
On Matt. v. 4, 243. On Matt. v.
5, ib. On the Deity,

J. E.'s obituary of Mrs. Myra Hodg-
kins, 115. Of Lieutenant Stephen
Rogers,

Jefferson, Mr., his letter to Mr. Adams,
39. His belief in Unitarian Chris-
tianity,

Jeffrey's, Mr., speech on Sir James
Mackintosh's installation, as Lord
Rector of Glasgow University,
Jenner, Dr., obituary of,
Jennings's Lecture on the History and
Utility of Literary Institutions, re-
viewed,

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281

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Jesus Christ. Forgiveness for bis
sake, 8, 84, 160, 221. On the
proposition that the divinity of,
was dictated by Heathenism, in
order to account for his miracles,
33. Atonement of, 142, 153, 262,
295, 541. The divinity of, adopted
by the Pagan philosophers as an
artful device to set aside the truth
of Christianity, 207. Ou Scrip-
tures relating to the death of, 294.
Dr. Kennicott's supposition con-
cerning the prophecy_relating to
the birth of, 499. Remarks on
the hypothesis of two natures in,
543. Observations on the nature
of, as the Son of God, 544. Pre-
existence of, 569. The doctrines
of the divinity and miraculous birth
of, as taught by the Gnostics in the
Church at Rome, reprobated by the
Apostle Paul, 570,696. Inferiority
of, to the Supreme Being, 601. Ef-
ficacy of the death of, 637,
691
JEVANS, Mr., his objections to the
Bible Society's versions, 99. On
the Jewish sacrifices,
294
Jewish Rabbins, notions of, on the
Trinity, 589,
684
376

Jewish sacrifices, on the, 294, 332,
Jewish titles of the Messiah, on, 589, 646
Jews, first dispersion of the, 270.
Sacrifices amongst the, 273, 332,
372,
Jews' Synagogue, consecration of
the,

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556

J. F.'s account of the succession of
Dissenting ministers at Chichester, 328
J. H.'s account of the opening' of the
Unitarian Chapel, Willington, Che-
shire,

J. H. B. on the Dudley Double Lec-
ture Anniversary, 364. On the
Warwickshire Unitarian Tract So-
ciety Anniversary,

J. J.'s remarks on some of Dr. Jones's
Hebrew versions,

465

J. N. on minister's salary dependent

on the Corporation and Test Acts, 210
Job, the introduction to the book of,
examined,

Joel, Mr. Thomas, some account of,
John vi. 62, illustration of, 219, 280;

vii. 45, remarks op, 320; viii, 44,
critical remarks on, 658; viii. 58,
&c., 227; xvii. 3, notes on,
1 John ii. 12, criticism on,
JOHNS, Mr., his account of the esta-
blishment of Presbyterianism in
Manchester, 275,

JOHNSTON, Mr., on some recent by-
potheses of the origin of evil, 585.
On foreknowledge and free agency, 703
Jonah, suggested by a sermon of the

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late Rev. Henry Turner's,
Jones, Dr. John, obligation to, for
his Greek-English Lexicon, 442,
JONES, DR. JOHN, on the proposition
that the divinity of Christ was dic-
tated by Heathenism, in order to
account for his miracles, 33. The
divinity of Christ adopted by the
Pagan philosophers as an artful
device to set aside the truth of
Christianity, 207. His criticism
on Gen. iv, 26, 352, 531. On Mr.
Belsham's scheme of interpreting
Paul's Epistles, 407. On his
Greek-English Lexicon, 409, 531.
On the doctrines of the divinity
and miraculous birth of Christ, as
taught by the Gnostics in the Church
at Rome, reprobated by the Apostle
Paul, 570, 696. On a criticism of
Porson's,

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Josephus Antiq. Jud., narrative from,
Journal of Science, case of dumbness
cured by galvanism, from the,
J. P., his donation for the promotion
of the Unitarian cause in India, 236
J. S. H.'s illustration of John vi. 62, 219
J. T. R.'s lines written in a lady's
album, on her leaving England,
Judas, observations on the case of,

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K.'s account of "Helon's Pilgri
mage to Jerusalem," by M. Strauss, 12

177

Kaims, Lord, his opinion of John
Goldie's talents and principles, 141
Kemble, John Philip, Esq., obituary
of,
Kennicott, Dr., his supposition con-
cerning the prophecy relating to
the birth of our Saviour, 499. Re-
ligious intrepidity exemplified in, 645
Kenrick's, Mr. G., Sermon at Maid-
stone, on the Duties of Preachers and
Hearers of the Gospel, reviewed,
KENRICK, Mr. J., on the state of the
late Rev. T. Kenrick's Exposition
of the Historical Writings of the
New Testament,

Kent and Sussex Unitarian Christian
Association Anniversary, 365,
Kent, Mr. B., his Familiar Dialogue
between a Calvinist, a Socinian,
and an Infidel, reviewed,
Kentish's Sermon before the West of
England Unitarian Society, re-
viewed,

Kimber, Mrs., obituary of,
King, John, Esq., obituary of,
Kishun Pall, obituary of,
K. K. K. on liberal theological con-
cessions in Quarterly Review,
Knox, Dr. Vicesimus, inscription in
the church at Tunbridge to the me-
mory of,

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Lambert, Rev. James, obituary of,
312,
Lambrechts, M., death of,
Lancashire and Cheshire Annual As-
sembly of Unitarian Ministers,
"Lancashire and Cheshire, the, Uni-

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tarian Missionary Society's" report, 735
Lang, Mr. Samuel, obituary of,
Lardner's, Dr., orthodoxy, on,
Lauderdale, letters from the Earl
(afterwards Duke) of, to Richard
Baxter, 259-262, 313-318. Bi-
shop Burnet's character of, i
Lavater, Mendelsohn's letter to,
Lay-preachers, panegyric upon,!
L. E. F. on Eclectic Review on Qua......
kers and Unitariaus,
LEGAL INTELLIGENCE, 123, b427
Levit. xv, 2, Grotius' observation on,**

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Lindsey, Rev. Theophilus, admira-
tion of, 238. Anecdote of, ib.
Mr. Mason's friendly attentions to,
ib. Noble conduct of Lord Hun-
tingdon towards, 239. His case
of Mr. Ross, formerly a minister of
the Church of Scotland,
LINES written at the close of the year,
49. Attributed to an Englishman,
who was once seized and thrown
into a French prison on a false
charge of having meddled in the
political affairs of that wretched
country, 52. Written in the prison
at Calais, from Mr. Bowring's
"Details of his Arrest, Imprison-
ment and Liberation," 103. Writ-
ten in a lady's album, on her leav-
ing England, 414. On a dew-
drop, 549. By the late Dr. John
Aikin, to Mr. Wakefield on his li-
beration from prison, with Mr. W.'s
reply, 603. On reading some poe-
try by a young lady, now no more, 604
Literary Chronicle, description of the
new Chapel in Stamford Street,
from the,
Literary crime and punishment in
China,

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Literary Institutions, Lecture on the
History and Utility of, reviewed,
LITERARY INTELLIGENCE, 61, 182,
365, 426, 483, 612, 678,
Literary property, the Lord Chancel-

lor's decision on,

Little's Sermon in the Hall of the
House of Representatives, Wash-
ington, remarks on,
Liverpool, opening of the Unitarian
Meeting-house, Great Cross Hall
Street,

Logan's Introductory Address, on
his taking the Pastoral Charge of
the Unitarian Church at Dundee,
reviewed,
Lord's Supper, description of the or-
dinance of the,

Loring, Dr. Henry Lloyd, obituary
of,

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Louis-Le Desiré, address to,
Lowell, Rev. Samuel, obituary of,
Low state of intelligence in Ireland,
Lockcock, Mr., his information re-
specting the management and suc-
cess of the Birmingham Sunday-
schools, 9. His remarks on a Par-
ticular Providence, suggested by
Mrs. Cappe's Memoirs, 286. De-
*fence of,

Luddington, Mrs. Elizabeth, obituary
of,

Lunar superstition,
Lyne's "Primer," Biblical Criticism
in,

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301

Mackintosh, Sir James, installation
of, as Lord Rector of the University
of Glasgow,
Madge's Serinon on the Opening of
the Unitarian Chapel at Diss, re-
viewed,
Madras, contributions to the Unita-
rians at, 11, 64, 236,
Madras Gazette, disturbance in the
neighbourhood of Hyderabad, from
the,
Magee's, Dr., "Discourses," &c.,
extracts from, 332, 333, 375, 460, 461
650
Mahometan perfect women,
Manchester, account of the establish-
ment of Presbyterianism in, 275,
Manchester College, York, Notices,
312, 419. Appeal in behalf of,
411. Annual meeting of trustees
of, 415, 552. Alterations in regu-
lations for the admission of divinity
students, 415. Annual examina-
tion of the students in, ib. Visi-
tor's address, 416. Eulogiam of,
634. Residuary bequest to,
Manchester Presbyterian Quarterly
Meeting,

674

Mandeville's Free Thoughts, extract
from,

226

Manning's Apology for Christmas
Day, reviewed,

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617

MANNING, Mr., on the case of Mr.
Ross, formerly a minister in the
Church of Scotland, 324. On Dr.
Fletcher's "Thoughts on Church
and State," 507. On the death of
the Rev. Joseph Cornish,
Mardon, Mr., letters from the late
Rev. James Nicol to,
Mark ii. 18-22, explanation of,
MARSOM, Mr., on the efficacy of the
691
death of Christ, 637,
Marten, Rev. Benjamin, obituary of, 670
Mason, Mr., his friendly attentions to
Mr. Lindsey,

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Mathematical truths, examination of, 214
Matthew v. 3, 4, 5, hymns on, 242,
243; vi. 10, remarks on, 382; xXV.
41, examination of, 657; xxvii.
25, 51, xxviii. 19, remarks on,
383; xxvii. 50, notes on,
Meath, obituary of the Bishop of,
Memoirs of the Life of the late Mrs.
Catharine Cappe: written by Her-
self, reviewed, 163,
Mémorial de Sainte Hélène, Napo-
leon's estimate of value of time,
from,
Mendelsohn's letter to Lavater,
Messiah, on Jewish titles of the, 589, 646
Metaphysical truths, examination of, 215
Methodist camp-meetings, origin of a
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Methodist Unitarians of Rossendale,
annual association of,
Middleton, Dr. T. F., addition to obi-
tuary of,

Minister's salary dependent on Cor-
poration and Test Acts,
MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE, 58,
123, 182, 248, 426, 483, 556, 611,
Mitchell, Mr. Thomas, obituary of,
Moderate Calvinism, on,
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during the,
Montesquieu on the severities of the

criminal law,

Monthly Magazine, death of William
Nassau Bentley, Esq., from the,
357. Meeting of Bible Christians
at Salford, from the, 425. Deter-
mination of the Polish Jews, from
the,

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265

Moon, Rev. William, obituary of,
Moral truths, examination of,
MORELL'S, Dr., proposal of Dissent-
ing Colleges,
Morning Chronicle, extracts from the,

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61, 178, 282, 480, 614. Sale of the, 612
Mosaic law, an essay on the nature
and design of sacrifices under the,
270, 332, 372,

Mosaic sacrifices, description of the,
273. Design of the,
Munster, Annual meeting of the Pres-
byterian Synod of,
Musée des Variétés Littéraires, trans-
lation from the,

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483

299

N.'s notices of the Rev. John Lindsay,
81. His review of Waliace's Ser-
mon before the Unitarian Tract
Society for Warwickshire, &c., 169.
On a devotional poem, by the late
Mrs. Mary Rogers, 173. His re-
marks on the second edition of the
Sermons of the late Rev. Hugh
Worthington, 319. On passages
of Scripture, 382. His account of
the ordination of the Rev. A. Pater-
His in.
son, Stourbridge, 424.
quiry concerning J. Collet, M. D.,
573. On religious intrepidity ex-
emplified in Dr. Kennicott, and in
the Rev. George Walker, of Not-
tingham, 645. His notes on pas-
sages in the New Testament,
Napoleon's estimate of value of time,
National Society for Education, re-
marks on the,
Naurns, his self-taught knowledge
of the Greek Testament proposed, 564
Negroes in the West Indies, on Chris-
tian instruction of,
Negro-slavery in Jamaica, on, 231,
Negro-Slavery; or, A View of some

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of the more Prominent Features of
that State of Society, as it exists
in the United States of America,
and in the Colonies of the West
Indies, especially in Jamaica, re-
viewed,

Newcastle Magazine, essay on truth,
from the, 212,

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NEW PUBLICATIONS IN THEO.
LOGY AND GENERAL LITE-
RATURE, 63, 125, 189, 255, 365,
430, 494, 557, 615, 678,
Newton's, Sir Isaac, inquiry respect-
ing a protest of,

New Year, 1823, address to the, 49,
Reflections on the commencement
of the,

New York, extract from a letter on
the yellow fever at, 61. Bigotry
in,
New York Gazette, death of Mr.
Thomas Dobson, from the,

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N. I. on the opening of the new Uni.
tarian Chapel at Hanley,
Nicol, the late Rev. James, his letters
to Mr. Mardon,

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N. L. T.'s account of the opening of
Stamford-street Chapel,
No EUTOPIAN on the "Appeal in
behalf of the Christian Tract So-
ciety,'
NONCONFORMIST, A, on the repeal of
the Corporation and Test Acts,
NONCONFORMIST, THE, 1, 222,
341, 369,
Nonconformity, abstract of lectures
on, 82. An essay on the causes of
the decline of, 341,

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Nordenskjold, Mrs., obituary of,
North Eastern Unitarian Association
Anniversary, 365,
NORTONIAN, A, on an attack upon
Mr. Bowring's "Matins and Ves-
pers," in the Eclectic Review,
Norway, mortality amongst the poets
of,
Norwich, petition of some of the
clergy of the diocese of, in favour
of the Catholic claims,
Notable instance of self-valuation,
Note relative aux manuscrits de fen
Pascal Alexandre Tissot, par
Thie-
baud de Berneaud,
Notes on passages in the New Testa-
ment,

NOTICES, 121, 182, 249, 312,
Notions of Jewish Rabbins on the
Trinity,
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