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The Names and Signatures of Correspondents are distinguished by Small Capitals
or Italic: as different Correspondents have often adopted the same signature, some amu-
biguity in the references will unavoidably arise ; but this is an inconvenience necessarily
attached to anonymous coinmunications.

A.

Algiers, war between Great Britain
d, poetry by, 174, 242, 296, 349, and, 498. Bombardment of, 562.
415, 551, 614, 679. Ou doctrinal Treaty with, ib.

62
preaching,

704 Allen, Mr. on the British and Foreign
4. Ai's animadversions on Mr. Gil-

School Society,

367
christ's Sermon, 16. Mr. Gilchrist's Alliance, the “ holy," 112, 125, 499.
reply to,
89 Anecdotes of its origin,

152
A. B. on tbe report of Kentucky le- Almanacks, Imperial and Royal Freuch,
gislature on the Shakers,
207 review of,

94
4. B.C. on Hume's argument against Alpbonso the Fourth's soliloquy, 296
miracles,

704 Ambition, Spanish, 223. Mr. Howe
Abraham's sacrifice, observations on, 661

on,
A. C.'s rerses to a crocus, 242. America, proclamation of a fast-day
Translation of Voltaire's impromptu

in, 79. On the Shakers in, 207.
on the beauty of the heavens, ib. On the Peace Society in, 332, 347.
Acosta on the Spaniards in America, 716 Education in, 366. Public affairs
Activity a source of buman happiness, of, 372, 500, 563, 628, 691. Ac-
314,

349 count of an Unitarian church in, 685
Adam, on the fall of, 261, 515, 649 Amory, Dr. anecdotes of,

659
Adam, Right Hon. W. his speech at Ancients and moderns,

339
the first meeting of the New Jury Angels, explanation of the word, in
Court, Scotland,

145
Rom viii. 28,

200
Adams, Jobn, of Pitcairn's Island, ac- Annihilation, on the doctrine of, 278,
count of,

383, 474,

509
Alian controversy, statement of it, Answer to the question, What is
664,

669
blasphemy?

709
4. F. on Sir Isaac Newton's MSS. Anti-baptists, questions to,

266
143, 220. On Dr. Bekker, 594. Archer's Sermon on Universal Bene-
Replies to, 654, 655, 714. On the

volence, reviewed,

88
Unitarian Baptists at York, 715 Arianisnı, remarks on, 75, 411. Mr.
Agony of Ohrist, reasons for it, 342 Carpenter on,

481
Agriculture, a demand for books on, Articles of the Church, on subscrip-
a good symptom, 629, (note).

tion to,

841
Ainsworth, Henry, account of, 237 Aspland, Mrs. Hannah, obituary of, 111
Alcorap, was it created or uncreated ? 596 Aspland's Funeral Sermon for Mr.
Aldridge, Mr. account of,
346 Heonell, extract from,

185
VOL. XI.

SC

3

Marsh on,

Editor on,

wad's Funcral Sermon for Mr. Bennet, Mr. analysis of bis work od

ames Drover, extract from, 244 Sacrifices,
mussembly of Divines, on the,

394 BENNETT, Mr. on the Rheimish ver-
Astruc, Dr. account of,
713 sion,

320
Athenian Mercury, account of it, 595. Benson, Dr. account of, 344. On
Curious questions in,
596 Socrates' sacrifice of a cock,

710
Athenian Oracle, extracts from it, 392 Bentham, Dr. account of,

168
Atonement, B. S.'s letter on, 260. Bethnal Green Bible Association, 916

Appointed in the Levitical law for Beverley, Thomas, account of, 670
various crimes,

717--721 B. F. on Southey's Poem" The Great
Auto de Fé, narrative of one, 576, 659 Victory,"

265
B. G.'s account of the openiog of the

new Unitarian chapel at Oldham, 121
B.

Bible. See Scriptures.
Di's narrative of an Auto de Fé in Bible Association of Bethnal Green,
Logrono, 576, 658. Obituary of

and the rector,
Mrs. E. Carslake, 616. Auswer to

Bible Societies, Chalmers on,

171
the question What is blasphemy? 708

Bible Society, statement of its ac-
counts,

432
Bacon, Lord, estimate of the philo-
sophical character of, 501,

631

BIBLICAL CRITICISM, 402, 532,
Ball, Mr. Jobn, account of,

346
661,

717
Bandon, Presbyterian Association at, 623 Biblicus, his account of Callender's
* Baptism, controvorsy on, 249. Mr.

translation of the Epist. to the
Severn on, 266. On the neces-

Ephesians,
sity of, previous to marriage, 591. Bigotry, recent case of, in private
598 life, 320.

564
Baptist Chapel, York, opening of, 684,715 Biography. See HISTORY AND
Baptists, on the, 167. Review of the BIOGRAPHY.
« Vindication" of, 170. General, Birmingbam, on the riots at,

196
origin and history of the English, Birstal, the birth-place of Dr. Priest-
237. Annual Assembly of the

ley, visit to,
Old General, 351. Unitarian in Blackburne, Archdeacon, Mr. Bel-
York, 393, 194, 684. A. F. on

sham on,

259
those at York,

715 Blackburne, Rev. Francis, obituary
Bardadoes, insurrections in,
871 of,

109
Barebone, Praise-God, account of, 239 Blaspheiny against the Holy Spirit,
Barbam Court, prosecution for illegal queries respecting,

321
religious worship at, 558-562 Blasphemy, what is it? an answer to
Barrow, Dr. philosophical character

the question,

708
of,

695 Blenheim, Southey's ode on the battle
Basanistes' New Way of deciding Old

of, 106, 155,

265
Controversies, reviewed,

238 Bligh, Captain, account of,
Baxter on future punishment, 325 Blyth, Mrs. Ann, obituary of, 248
Becket, St. Thomas à, miracles per-

Bock's account of Crellius,

639
formed by,

338 Bradshaw, President, anecdote of, 160
Bedlam, anecdotes of,

385 Bragge, Mr. Robert, anecdotes of, 413
Bekker, Dr. queries respecting, 594. Brain, the, described,

18
Accounts of, 654, 655,

714 Brechfa, Mr. Wright's labours at, 683
Belfast Academy, on the parliamento

BREVIS on the treatment of the insane
ary proceedings respecting,

330 in 1561, 385. Ou Dr. Priestley's
Belfast Meeting, its resolutions re-

ill-treatment at Warwick,

592
specting the persecution of the British and Foreigo School Society
French Protestants, 50,

205 Report and Meeting,
BELSHAM, Rev. T. attack on in the Broadbent's Sermon before the Uni-
Quarterly Reriew, 221. His reply tarian Fund, review of,

614
to the animadversions of the Rev. Brooks, Mrs. obituary of,

732
Reginald Heber, 257. His Notes Brougham, Mr. his speech on tbe
on Paul's Epistles, 471, 628. Ac-.

French Protestants,

429
count of an Unitarian church in Brown, Rev. Robert, account of, 236
America, in a letter to,

685 Brown, Sir Thomas, on future pu-
Belsham's Letter to the Unitarians of nishment,

325
South Wales, reviewed,
669 Brownc, Simon, account of,

676
Benefit of clergy, origin and history Brownists, their history,

236
of,

444 Brown's Prize Essay, extract from,
Benevolence, a source of human hap-

437–444. Review of, 535-538,
piness,
316

604-610

365

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INDEX.

8. T. his proposal for the abolition of Castlereagh, Lord, bis speech on the
tithes, 207. On Sir G. Hill's at-

French Protestants, 364,

428
tack on Dr. Priestley's character, 930 Catechisnı, the Geneya, reviewed, 235
Bunyan, John, anecdotes of, 547 Chalmers on Bible Societies, review of, 171
Buonaparte, on, 28, 96, 216, 230 Chandler, Dr. notices of,

676
Burgess, Bishop, on, 272. On bis Chanving, Rer, W. E. on the Ame-
controrersy with Voitarians, 544. rican l'eace Society,

333
Mr. Belsham's remarks on, 663 Chapone on future punisbment,

461
Burnett, John, Esq. of Dens, memoir Character, on the formation and in-
relative to,

437
provement of,

314
" But," on the use of the word, 23, 204 Charity, Cardale on,

344
Charity schools, in London,

397
Chauncey, Dr. his paraphrase on
c.

Rom. v. 12, 69. His opinion of
Caermarthenshire, Mr. Wright's la-

the future state, 205,

331
bours in,

Cheeks, the human, described, 201

683
Cæsar, Octavius, parallel between,

Children, Mr. Wakefield on the lore.
and William Pitt,

of,

400
24
Calamy on the Assembly of Divines,

Chinese, origin of their use of tea, ib.
394, (note).

Chitty's Practical Treatise on the Cri-

444
Calamy, Edmund, Esq. obituary of, 300

minal Law, extract from,
Calder, Dr. account of,

Christ. See Jesus Christ.

345
Callender's translation of the Epistic

Christian, Fletcher, account of,
to the Ephesians,

Christianity, on the origin and spread

13
Calvin on future punisbment,

of, 7. Its admirable adaptation to

324
Calvinism, on the poetical system of,

the bumnn mind, 29. Simpson's
158, 217, 278, 383, 508. State

Essay on the Effects of, reviewed,
of, at Geneva, 235. Remarks on,

224. Syllabus of an estimate of
261. On the philosophy of,

the doctrines of,

574
276
Calvinists in France,

Christian Tract Society anniversary, 245

95
Cambridge University, on the literary

Church-authority, Dr. Morell on, 7
and scientific pursuits at,

341
Churchman, definition of one,

404
Cantabrigiensis on the resurrection,

Churchmen, Mr. Carpenter's descrip-
25,

tion of, 480. Their liberality, 511

138
Capitein, the Negro, his Latin verses

Church of England, the, secessions
on the death of his master,

from,

143
241
CAPPE, Mrs. on the adaptation of

Cicero, examples of tąutology in, 657
revelation to the buman mind, 29.

Clarendon's character of the Emperor
On the ultimate perfection and

Julian,

530
bappiness of mankind,

Clarke, Dr. Adam, Mr. Wright's re-
80

marks on two of his Notes on
Cappe's Discourses, reriew of, 102

319
Cardale, Mr. Paul, account of, 343, 399

Scripture,
Cardiganshire, state of Unitarianism

Clayton, Mr. John, account of, 413
in, 681. Mr. Wright's labours, in, ib. Clergy, a wen on the body politic,
Carpenter, Rev. Benjamin, obituary

207. Benefit of, explained, 444.
of,

Their liberality, 511. Complaints

732
CARPENTER, Dr. on his plan for re-

against them in 1530,

Cobbett's Parliamentary History of
publishing important works, 33,
201. To the reviewer of Arma-

Englaud, extract from,

697
Cochrane, Lord, case of,

691
geddon, Mr. Frend, Dr. Lloyd, &c.
34. Dr. Lloyd's reply to, on the

Cogan, Dr. Mr. Cappe on, 80, Mr.
Gilchrist on,

529
Greek article, 281. His account
of a Roman Catholic's letter to

COGAN, Mr. on Hume's argument
bim complaining of the Repos. 198, 320

against miracles, 644. A. B. C.

703
Carpenter's Sermons on Christian
Peace and Unity, review of, 476

Collins, Rev. Micbael, bis curious

302
Carryl, Mrs. Mary, epitaph on,

dialogue with Mr. O‘Driscol,

415
Carslake, Mrs. Elizabeth, obituary of, 616 Collyer, Dr. his report of the Schools

366
Carter, Mr. his protest against the

for All,
marriage ceremony,

Colyton, Mr. Cornish on the Dissent-
301

650
Carter Lane Chapel, history of, 671

ing interest at,

531
Cary, Rev. Samuel, additions to the

Comedy, spiritual, at Rome,

202
obituary of,

488

Complexion, on the buman,
Cashel, Archbishop of, his refusal to

Conscience, Dr. Brown's description

537
consecrate a church at Caher, 29

of,

697

01,

491,

744

CONSTANT READER, A, on building Devon and Corowall annual meeting
Upitarian chapels,
704 of Unitarian Christiaus,

426
Controversy, on preaching subjects Digby, Sir Kenelm, on future punish-
of, 456, 584, 585,
704 ment,

325

340
712 Dissent, Dr. Estlin on,
Convent, singular, at Rome,
Cooper, Mr. missionary labours of, Dissenters, Wilson's History of, re-

492 viewed, 166, 236, 290, 342, 411,
Cooper, Mr, on impressing seamen, 593 546, 670, 722. On the state of
CORDELL, Mr. on Mr. Rutt's edition learning among, 405, 470. Mr.
of Dr. Priestley's Works, 386, Carpenter's description of,

480
589. Mr. Rutt in reply to, 470 Dissenting Ministers of the West Ri-
CORNISH, Mr. his communication of ding of Yorkshire Association, 421

a curious letter from four ministers D. N.'s obituary of Mrs. Lewin, 103
to him, &c.

649–654 Dock-yards, anecdotes of persecution
Cornwall, Messrs. Wright and

in, 197, (note).
Cooper's mission into,

491 Dodderidge, Sir John, account of, 645
CORRESPONDENCE, 64, 128, Doddridge, Dr. his account of the Mo-
188, 308, 372, 436, 564,

628

rarian brethren, 65. On future
Coupland's Sermon before the Gene- punishment,
ral Baptists, reviewed,

106 Dodson, Mr. on impressing scamen, 593
Coventry, meeting of ministers at, 558 Dolet, Stephen, the Unitarian martyr, 716
Cowper's Poems, review of,
161 Doolittle, Thomas, account of,

723
CREDO on the resurrection, 25, 141. Downer, Swan, Esq. obituary of, 184
T. P.'s remarks on,

138 Drawbridge, Mr. Nathaniel, obituary
Creed of the Jews,
712 of,

437
Crellius, remarkable providence in Drover, Mr. James, obituary of, 184.

the life of, 633. Anecdotes of, 639 Additions to the obituary of,
Criminal, anecdote of a Scotch, 142 Dudley Double Lecture,

495
Christophe, the Haytian chief, on Duelling, on a late instance of,
education,

366 Dyer on the philosophy of evil, 615
CRITO's syllabus of an estimate of
the doctrines of Christianity, 574

E.
Cromwell's policy with regard to the

E.'s obituary of Mrs. Elizabeth Earley, 184
French Protestants,

395
Eames, Mr. account of,

670
Cruso, Timothy, account of,

291

Earley, Mrs. Elizabeth, obituary of, 184
C. Si's lines to Spring,

174

Eastern Unitarian Society yearly
Cudworth, estimate of the pbilosophi-

meeting,
cal character of,

693

E. C.'s account of the Irish Presbyte-
Cumberland, Bishop, pbilosophical

rian Association,

625
character of,

696

Edinburgh, fund for building a new
Unitarian church at, 620,

704
D.

Editor on the American proclamation
Darnley, Earl of, on the British and of a fast-day, 78. On an American
Foreign School Society,

367 correspondent, 573. On the nar-
Daventry Academy, Mr. Townsend ratire of an Auto de Fé, 576, On
On the,

410 a free speech on reformation in
Dny, Mr. on his religious opinions, 381 1530, 697. On the answer to the
D. Di's account of the South Wales question What is blasphemy? 708

Unitarian Society quarterly meeting, Education, report of the British and
123. Inquiry for Mr. Belsham's Foreign School Society on, 366.
Notes on Paul's Epistles, 471, 628 Of the poor, 397.

Mr. Matthew's
D, E. on the marriage ceremony, 22,

567
208,

212 Eedes, Mr. Joseph, obituary of, 243
Denham, Mr. Richard, account of, 671 E. H. P.'s obituary of Miss S. Mog-
Deputies of the Three Denominations, gridge,

486
list of the committee,
125 Elba, ancient description of,

28
Desmond, Rev. O. persecution of, 179 Elegy written at Thorpe Hall, 348
Despair, lines on,

551 Eloquence, singular specimen of pulpit, 724
DETECTOR on the outcry against the . Employment, a source of human hap-
revision of popular works, 130. His piness, 315,

349
reply to Mr. Norris on the rerision England, public affairs of, 64, 127,
of Dr. Watts's Hymns,

273 185, 251, 304, 37), 500, 564,
Devil, the, described, 658, (note).

625,

691
Turned orthodox preacher among Enmore, account of the school at, 285
the Indians,

716 Ephesians, Callender's translation of, 13
Epitaph on Mrs. Mary Carryl,

415

on, 34.

on,

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