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Ode to a valley on the Avon,
Oldbury Double Lecture Anniver-

sary,

Ordination of the Rev. Alexander
Paterson, Stourbridge,
Orosius on the divinity of Christ,
Outram, Dr., his definition of the
meaning of the word sacrifice, 273.
Extracts from his Treatise "De
Sacrificiis," 274, 333, (note,)
373,

Owen, Mr, admiration of the plan
of,

P.

Pagan philosophers, the divinity of
Christ adopted by the, as an artful
device to set aside the truth of
Christianity,
Paley's Natural Theology, remarks
on a passage in, on the unity of
the Deity,

49 PETHURST, Mr., his case of the Uni-
tarian Society at Cranbrook,
Pett, Samuel, Esq., M. D., obituary
of, 57. Memoir of,

609

424
34

461

450

207

694

Paraphrase of lines from a tragedy of
Seneca's, 479,

Paraphrase of Michel Angelo's poem
on the perfections of the Deity, as
they appear in the beauty of his
offspring,
Paris Protestant Bible Society, report
of the,

PARLIAMENTARY Intelligence, 125,
183, 249, 428, 485,
Parr, Dr.-Extract from Mr. Field's
"Historical and Descriptive Ac.
count of the Town and Castle of
Warwick, and of the neighbouring
Towns and Villages within the
Circuit of Ten Miles,"
Particular Providence, remarks on a,
suggested by Mrs. Cappe's Me-
moirs, 286, 399, 514, 516, 519.
On reading some late intricate dis-
cussions in the Monthly Repository
on the doctrine of a,
Partington, Mr., his account of a
galvanic experiment on a dumb
boy,

Paschal meal, description of the,
Paterson, the Rev. Alexander, ordi-
nation of, at Stourbridge,
Patriotism of two Dissenting ministers
in 1715,

Paul's Epistles, on Mr. Belsham's
scheme of interpreting,
Pembroke, virtuous Earl of,
Penn's, William, original letters to
Richard Baxter, 137,
Persecution, benefits resulting from, 545
Peru, public affairs of,

195

118

1 Peter i. 3, 12, notes on, 700; v. 8,
remarks on,
Peterborough's, Bishop, Course of
Lectures on Divinity, &c., review-
ed,

480

548

643

612

410

665

611
16

424

690

407
237

384

593

109

514

on Mr. Luckcock's remarks on
Providence,
Philadelphia, letter from, relative to
Elias Hickes, a Quaker-preacher, 229
PHILADELPHUS, his admiration of Mr.
Owen's plan,

450

Philo's testimony to the edict of
Tiberius in favour of the Chris-
tians,

PHILP, Mr., his account of the cere-
mony on laying the foundation-
stone of the Unitarian Chapel at
Hanley, Staffordshire,
Physical truths, examination of,
Pickering, Colonel, some account
of,

Pittsburg Recorder, account of the
Shakers, from the,

Playfair, Mr. William, obituary of,
Pluralities in the Church of Scot-
land,
POETRY, 49, 102, 173, 242, 355,
412, 479, 548, 603, 665,
Poland, determination of the Jews
in,

Polytheism, the identity of Christian
and Heathen,

Pope Leo XII, election of,
Pope Pius VII., death of,
Porson's, on a criticism of, 573,
Porter, Rev. Joseph, inscription to
the memory of,

248

Portugal, public affairs of,
Portuguese superstition,
Potter, Mr., his letter concerning the
American Baptists, 348. Remarks

33

364

214

534

133

245

676

730

614

543

613

557

696

160
300

485

712

ou,

469

Prayer, on the duty and efficacy of, 539
Preamble to laws of Zaleucus,
Predden, Mr. John, some account
of,
Presbyterian Academy, Carmarthen,
triennial visitation of the,
Presbyterianism in Manchester, ac-
count of the establishment of,
275,
Presbyterian Synod of Munster, an-
nual meeting of the,
Presumption, the charge of, retorted
on Athanasians,
Prevention of crime, Montesquieu on
the,
Priestley, Dr., and Mr. Winchester,
on the intercourse between, 41.
Their first introduction, 211. Re-
marks on a mysterious doctrine of
Dr. P.'s, 339,
Prodigal Son, strictures on Mr.
Wright's tract on the, 395. Reply
to,
Proposal with regard to religious edi-
fices,

583

508-

329

482

686

483

28

566

633

Proselytists, hints to,
Protestant Dissenting

Q.

Quakers and Unitarians, Eclectic
Review on, 96. On the controversy
between,
Quakers, spirit of religious inquiry
amongst the, 95. Their petition
for the abolition of slavery,
Quakers' yearly epistle, 1823, 405.
Remarks on the, 467. History of
the,
Quarterly Review, liberal theological
concessions in,

Questions in Political Economy, Po-
litics, Morals, Metaphysics, Polite
Literature, and other Branches of
Knowledge, &c., reviewed,

Deputies,
meetings of the, 58, 180. Proceed-
ings of, 120. List of the committee
of,
Protestant Society for the Protection
of Religious Liberty, Anniversary
of the, 249,
Providence of God, an essay on the,
by the late Rev. J. Holland,
Prusunnu Koomar Thakoor's "Hum-
ble Suggestions to his Countrymen
who believe in the One True God," 574
Psalm lvii. 8, remarks on,
Public improvement, on individual
contributions to,

382

Pulpit satire,
PURVEYOR, A, on a protest of Sir
Isaac Newton's,

R.

16,

RAMMOHUN ROy: Controversy be-
tween the Bramuns and Missiona-
ries, 433. Correspondence with
the Editor relating to, 439. On
the character and abilities of, 440.
Defence of, 441. His Precepts of
Jesus the Guide to Peace and Hap-
piness, reviewed, 473, 540. His
Final Appeal to the Christian Pub-
lic, in Defence of the Precepts of
Jesus, reviewed, ib. History of
some of his Christian works, 473.
On Dr. Marshman's confined theo-
logical information, (note,) 474.
His appeal to the candour of Indi-
an readers on the ground of his
being engaged in self-defence, 475.
His laudable proposal to the Mis-
sionarios, 476. His confutation of
the charge of presumption and vin-
dication of the true method of reli-
gious research, 477. His testimony
to the English Government, 479.
On the principles and mental habits
of the Hindoos, 540. His eulogium

331

121

305

510

330
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upon Christianity, ib. His obser-
vations on the success of Trinitari-
anism, 541. On the atonement, ib.
Inconsistency of the system of Sa-
tisfaction, 542. His remarks on
the hypothesis of two natures in
Christ, 543. The identity of Chris-
tian and Heathen (Polytheism, ib.
Account of, from the Edinburgh
Magazine, 575. List of his publi-
cations, (note,)

R. B.'s paraphrase of lines from a
tragedy of Seneca's, 479,480. His
translation of an epigram by Seneca
in exile,
Recantation of Daniel Scargill, be-
fore the University of Cambridge,
1669,

147

Receipts of religious charities, 1822, 426
Rees, Dr. Thomas, his history of
some of Rammohun Roy's Christian
works,

Reflections on the commencement of
the year 1823,
Register of births at Dr. Williams's
Library, on, 33,

Religious conversation, duty of,
Religious differences, the good ends
to be answered by,
Religious edifices, proposal with re-
gard to,

Religious inquiry amongst Quakers,
state of,
Religious intrepidity exemplified in
Dr. Kennicott, and in the Rev.
George Walker, of Nottingham,
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, 60, 120,
181, 245, 302, 362, 415, 482, 552,
607,673,

Religious persecutions, on,
Religious Prejudices, extract from the
Rev. Hugh Worthington's discourse

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577

730

473

61

89

471

546

633

95

on,

Religious truths, examination of,
Remarks on two mysterious doctrines
of Dr. Priestley and Dr. Southwood
Smith, 339,
Remission of sins, on the, 142, 262,
294,
Resignation of a Scots clergyman
from conscience, 427,
Revealed Religion, remarks on the
"Dissertation" of Thomas Erskine,
Esq., on the Internal Evidence of, 150
REVIEW, 163, 238, 470, 537, 593,
651,

645

734

369

319
266

508

323

675

720

551

551
116

732

173

752

munication to the Evangelical Ma-
gazine,
Ross, Mr., formerly a minister in the
Church of Scotland, his difficulties
on the subject of subscription to
the articles of his church, 324,
Rossendale, Annual Association of
Methodist Unitarians of,
Rotation of Irish prelates in parlia-
ment,

Rowe, Mr. I aurence, obituary of,
Royal Library, the, His Majesty's
donation of, to the nation,

R. S.'s select memoirs of Italian Pro-
testant Confessors,

R. T.'s essay on religious persecu-
tions,

Rumbold, Lady, obituary of,
Russia, extract of a letter from Bailat-
zeek, in the Ukraine,
RUSTICUS' view of the origin of evil,
RUTT, Mr., on the character of the
late Mr. Lewin, 235. His notice
On
of Gilbert Wakefield, 236.
His defence
Negro Slavery, 281.
of Mr. Cooper, ib. His animad-
versions on Mr. Bright, 282-285.
His strictures on Innes's Sermon
On
at New Salters' Hall, 326.
some anonymous letters, 467, His
account of Mr. Faydit and Dr. Col-
lett, 649. On the Collet family,
&c.

156

467

425

612
551

188

129

369

115

S.

S.'s remarks on the "Dissertation"
of Thomas Erskine, Esq., Advocate,
"on the Internal Evidence of Re-
vealed Religion," 150. His ac-
count of the anniversary of the
opening of the Unitarian Meeting-
house, Moor Lane, Bolton,
Sacrifices, an essay on the nature and
design of, under the Mosaic law,
270, 332, 372,
Salford, Manchester, meeting of Bible
Christians at,

Salisbury, obituary of the Dean of,
1 Sam. xiii. 14, examined,
Sancroft's, Archbishop, address to
James, Duke of York, (note,)
Satan, inquiry into the meaning of
the term, in the Old Testament,
654. In the thirteen acknowledged
Epistles of Paul,
Satisfaction, inconsistency of the sys-
tem of,

Saxby, Mrs. Susannah, obituary of,
S. C.'s explanation of the word "ex-
perience,"
Scargill, Daniel, public and humili-
ating recantation of, before the
University of Cambridge, 1669,
Scotland, example of the effect of a
pious and resident clergy in the

300

85

713

245

460

425
178
626

224

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of,

Scottish law of heresy and blasphemy,
on the,

Scottish Unitarian Association, Yates's
Sermon at the Annual Meeting of
the, reviewed,

Scott's, Rev. Russell, Analytical In-
vestigation of the Scriptural Claims
of the Devil, reviewed, 651,
SCOTT, Mr., on his Lectures and Dr.
Collet,

Scriptural and Calvinistic phraseolo-
gy, on,

Scripture, remarks on passages of,
SELECT NOTICES OF FOREIGN Litera-
TURE, 105,

730

133

Self-taught knowledge of the Greek
Testament proposed,
Self-valuation, notable instance of,
Seneca's, paraphrase of lines from a
tragedy of, 479, 480. Translation
of an epigram by, in exile,
Shakers, visit to the settlement of
the American sect of the,
Shirreff, Rev. William, his secession
from the Church of Scotland, 427, 675
Sins, on the remission of, 142, 262,
294,
Slavery in British India, on the state
of,
Slavery, Quakers' petition for the abo-
lition of,
Smith's, Dr. J. P., Discourse on the
Sacrifice of Christ, extracts from,
374,

323

189

269

moral condition of, 186, Seces-
sion from the Church of, 427,
675. Pluralities in the Church

147

676

325

729

722

718

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Stars, hymn to the,

State of affairs on the Continent,
Strauss, M., account of his "Helon's
Pilgrimage to Jerusalem,"
Street, Mr., obituary of,
Street, Mr., Jun., obituary of,
Students for the ministry required to
pray extempore,
Sunday Evening, from Bowring's
"Matins and Vespers,"
Sussex Unitarian Association, its
Anniversary, 555. Fullagar's Ser-
mon before the, reviewed,
Sylvester, Mr., Archbishop Tillotson's
letter to,

Syria, account of the earthquake in,

T.

T.'s translation of a song of exhorta-
tion and consolation to the Albi-
genses, by Tomiers, a Troubadour
poet,

Talbot, Rev. Charles, obituary of,
Taylor, Mr. Charles, obituary of,
TAYLOR, Mr. E., on the Eastern
Unitarian Society Anniversary,
312,

T. D.'s account of the old Presby-
terian Meeting-house at Alcester,
Warwickshire, and a list of minis.
ters,

Tenterden District Unitarian Christian
Association, first meeting of the,
Tertullian's Apology, the divinity of
Christ, from,

Test and Corporation Acts, minister's
salary dependent on,

T. F.B. on the remission of sins, 142,
262. On individual contributions
to public improvement, 330. His
argument in favour of the Greek
accents,

Tillotson's, Archbishop, two original
letters of, 202,

666

183.

12
114

672

380

412

601

203

59

174
178

733

422

159

420

34

210

442

Thomas, the Rev. Thomas, obituary
of,

605

Thomson, Mrs. Hannah, obituary of, 550
Thursday Morning, from Bowring's
"Matins and Vespers,"
Tiberius's edict in favour of the
Christians,

413

35

203
699

480

1 Tim. v. 8, notes on,
Time, lines on the changes effected

by,
Tissot, Pascal Alexandre, note rela-
tive aux manuscrits de feu, sur le
Nouveau Testament,
TITFORD, Mr., on Mr. Winchester's

first introduction to Dr. Priestley, 211
T. L. on the character and abilities
of Rammohun Roy,
Tomiers, translation of a song of ex-

440

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61. Judgment on,

Tooke, Mrs., obituary of,
Townley, Richard Greaves, Esq., obi-
tuary of,

T. P. on the Kent and Sussex Unita-
rian Christian Association Anni-
versary,

541

684

Trinitarianism, baptismal commission
refuge of, 22. Observations on
the success of,
Trinity, notions of Jewish Rabbins on
the, 589,
Trowbridge congregational meeting
relative to Mr. Gisburne's sub-
scription,
Trowbridge Controversy, reviewed, 546
Truth, essay on, 212, 265. Instruc-
tive reflections upon the subject
of,

180

Turkey, public affairs of,
Turner, the late Rev. Henry, lines
suggested by a sermon of, 102.
His Essay on the nature and de-
sign of sacrifices under the Mosaic
law, and the influence which Jew-
ish ideas and language concerning
them had upon the language of
the New Testament, 270, 332, 372,
460. Review of his Sermons, pub-
lished at the request of the younger
Members of the Church of Unita-
rian Christians, in the High Paye-
ment, Nottingham, 470,
TURNER, Mr. W., Jun., his reply to
"Remarks on a Particular Provi-
dence," suggested by Mrs. Cappe's
Memoirs,

Unbelief, corruptious of Christianity
the armoury of,
Unbelievers, Christians' Petitions to
Parliament against the prosecution
of, 362, 427, 485,
Underwood, the late Dr. Michael,
Extracts from his "Diary," re-
viewed,
Unitarian Association, proceedings of
its committee,

UNITARIAN ASSOCIATIONS, SO-
CIETIES, &c., Anniversary Meet-
ings of, 245-247, 302-305, 364,
415-426, 483, 552,

174

554

123

116

176

419

545
362

537

399

555

469

494

602

180

609

754

UNITARIAN CHAPELS, OPENING OF,
424, 554, 607, 608,
"Unitarian Defendant," extract from
the,

Unitarian Fund Anniversary, 249,
304. Acton's Sermon before the,
reviewed,
Unitarianism and Calvinism, on points
of resemblance between,
Unitarianism, defence of, 156,
Unitarianism in America, 118, 533.
In Ayrshire, 122,
UNITARIAN MINISTERS, Appointments,
Removals, &c., of, 121,
Unitarians, the study and use of the
Greek language recommended as a
bond of union to, 205,
Upton, Ambrose, original letter from
Richard Baxter to, concerning Sir
Henry Vane,

V.

Value of time, Napoleon's estimate
of,

Vane, Sir Henry, Baxter's charge a-
gainst, 257. Original letter from
Richard Baxter to Ambrose Upton
concerning,

Verbal truths, examination of,
V.F.'s reply to the inquiry respecting
the Rev. John Holt, 411. On the
annual examination at Manchester
College, York, 415. On the late
Rev. J. Holland's essay on the Pro-
vidence of God,
View of the origin of evil, 85, 378,
464, 526, 529, 584, 585,
Vincent, Earl of St., obituary of,
Vindicia Anti-Baxterianæ, anecdote
of Dr. Ironsides, from,
Virtuous Earl of Pembroke,
Voltaire, Histoire Générale, preamble
to laws of Zaleucus, from,

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10

599

71
627

735

483

270

257

592

258
213

510

649

178

237

ib.

469

732

360

604

645

169

462

364

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of,
Willis, Mr. John, some account of,
Winchester, Rev. Elhanan, and Dr.
Priestley, on the intercourse be-
tween, 41. Their first introduc-
tion,
Winn, Sir Rowland, his baronial hos-
pitality, 165. Anecdote of, 166.
Death of,

211

319

Winstanley, Rev. Dr., obituary of,
Winter, Rev. John, obituary of,
W. J.'s explanation of Mark ii. 18-
22,
WOOD, Mr., on the Southwark Unita.
rian Chapel Anniversary,
Wood, Mr. Abram, obituary of,
WORSLEY, Mr., on some passages in
his Lectures on Nonconformity,
Worthington, the late Rev. Hugh, re-
marks on his Sermons,
WRIGHT, Mr., on the congregational
resolutions relative to Mr. Gis.
burne's subscription, 180. Propo-
sal of a testimony of respect to,
292. His speech at the Unitarian
Fund Anniversary, 304. lis Re-
view of Mr. B. Kent's "Familiar
Dialogue between a Calvinist, a
Socinian, and an Infidel," 546.
His reply to Mrs. Mary Hughes's
strictures on his tract on the Pro-
digal Son,

167
550

115

75

247
732

635

566

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