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poems, 267.


Christian Teacher, The, a religious

periodical publication, noticed, 401.
Abbott, Jacob, his Young Christian, Clement of Alexandria, quoted by
and Corner-Stone, reviewed, 133 Eusebius, 304.

his merits as a writer, 134 — his Crashaw, Richard, extract from his
defects, 135 — his illustrations of
atonement, 146.

Cruse, Rev. C.F., his Translation of
Abgarus and Jesus Christ, correspon- Eusebius's Ecclesiastical History,

dence between, spurious, 300. 84, 291 - estimate of its merits,
Abney, Sir Thomas, the friend of 313.

Dr. Watts, 339.
Alexander, William, his vindication

of Evanson, 402.
Aristocracy, its elements, 354. Davison, Francis, his poetry quoted,
Artemon, maintains the doctrine of 262,
Christ's humanity, 305.

Depravity, human, belief of Unitari-
Atonement, views of, in a review of

ans in, 283.
Abbott's publications, 142 popu- Dewey, Orville, his Discourses on
lar illustrations of, examined, 144 Various Subjects, reviewed, 389.

Calvin's views of, 148 — Scrip- Dionysius, bishop of Alexandria, 306.
ture language concerning, 155 — Divine Influence, Essay on the Doc.
Dr. Wayland's and Prof. Stuart's trine of, continued from last vol-
views of, 156 — errors in common ume, 50 et seq.— methods of, ib.-
reasoning concerning the, 158 — not supernaturally imparted, 51
sense in which Unitarians believe testimony of President Edwards,
in it, 278.

52- no sufficient evidence of su-

pernatural influences, 54 other

objections stated, 60 — opposed to

what we know of God's moral
Beard, J. R., editor of The Christian government, 61 - not needed, 62
Teacher, 402.

its supposed effects to be natu-
Biblical Repository and Quarterly rally accounted for, 63. subject

Observer, publication of the, 131. illustrated in the case of John
Boston Observer and Religious In- Bunyan, 66 case of Jonathan

telligencer, publication of the, 130. Edwards, 72— supernatural influ-
Bowring John, his Minor Morals for ence not supported by Scripture,
Young People, noticed, 126.

78 — summary of the article, 83-
Bridgewater Treatises, 314.

Essay concluded, 230 et seq. - di-
Bunyan, John, his experiences and vine influence not specially im-
conversion, 66.

parted, ib. not distinguishable
Bush, Rev. George, his edition of from mental operations, 238 — not

Dymond's Essays, 101 - differs arbitrarily given, 244 — not irre-
from Dymond concerning the sistible, 246 — laws of its opera-
ground of moral obligation, 102. tion, 249 — evidences of its pres-

Dymond, Jonathan, his Essays on

the Principles of Morality, review-
Chaldee Grammar, Professor Pal- ed, 101 et seq;

his system based
frey's, 399.

on the Gospel, 103 — differs from
Christ, efficacy of his death, 149, 279 Paley, 104 — on religious obliga-
not God,

277 — forbids war, 370. tions, 109- - on property, '110 — on

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versy, 89


slavery, 112 — on immoral agency, Grimké, Thomas Smith, his edition
115- - on moral education, 117- of Dymond on War, 368.
his Inquiry into the principles of
War, 368 — extract from, 371 –

another, on the wars of the Old
Testament, 376.

Happiness of the Blessed, Bishop

Mant's, noticed, 222.

Harris, Rev. T. M., his edition of

Sephora, 130.
Editors of the Christian Examiner, Hebrew Grammar, Seixas's, noticed,
their notice to subscribers, 404.

160 — Poetry, Spirit of, Herder's,
Edwards, Jonathan, his opinions on

spiritual influences, 52 — his ex- Hegesippus, mentioned by Eusebius,
periences and conversion, 72 et seq.

-on the evidences of divine in- Herbert, George, lines from his Tem-
fluence, 236.

ple, 267.
Election, Unitarian doctrine of, 286. Herder, John Godfrey, his place
Eusebius Pamphilus, Bishop of Cesa- among German writers, 169 - and
rea, life of, 84 et seq. early life,

theologians, 171 his birth and
85 - his part in the Arian contro- parentage, 174 — early instruction,

- a favorite of the Em- 175 — goes to Königsberg, as a
peror Constantine, 95 — time of student of medicine, 184 -chang-
his death not known, 96 — his es to theology, 185 – appointed an
principal works enumerated, 96,

instructer in Frederic's-College,
97 — his doctrinal opinions, 98-

186 — leaves Königsberg for Riga,
his character, 99 — his authority

where he tcaches in the High
an historian, 291 charges

School, 190 — begins to preach,
against him, 292 value of his 191 - travels to Paris, 195 — trav-
materials, 298 — his use of them,

els as tutor to the son of the Duke
308 — infidel perversions of his of Holstein-Oldenburg, 196 — his
authority, 311.

station at Bückeburg, 197 is
Evanson, Edward, vindication of him married, 201 — publishes works, ib.
by Mr. Alexander, 402.

removes to Weimar, 203 — pub-

lishes Letters on Theology, and

Spirit of Hebrew Poetry, 205, 206

visits Italy, 207 - returns to
Fathers, the early Christian, their

Weimar, 208 — his death, 210 —
testimony on war, 371.

person and character, 211– opin-
Fletcher, Giles, lines quoted from,

ions, 213 – eulogy by Jean Paul

Richter, 218.
Future state of the sinful, 226

wards and punishments, 287.

Ignatius, of Antioch, 302.

Infidelity, not remarkably prevalent

in the Western States, 124.
Garrick, anecdotes of, in the Life of
Hannah More, 6 et seq.

German theology, 167.
Gibbon, his insinuation against Euse. Jenyns, Soame, anecdote of, 17.
bius considered, 293.

Johnson, Dr. Samuel, anecdotes of,
God, his agency in the material uni- in Hannah More's Life, 11 et seq.

verse, 314 — his justice, 151. Justice of God, mistaken views con-
Gospel, its morality original, 360 - cerning the, 151.

its great principle is love, 361
opposed to war, 369.

Grammar, principles of, 161.

Kant, his friendship for Herder, 188.
Unitarian Community, 269.
Novatus, first antipope, 305.



Polycrates, referred to by Eusebius,

Latin Grammar, new method of Porteus, Dr. Beilby, anecdotes of in
learning the, 161.

Mrs. More's Life, 12 et seq.


Man, Essay on the Moral Constitu- Quadratus, the Apologist, 302.
tion and History of, 345.

Quarles, Francis, his poetry quoted,
Mant, Bishop, his Happiness of the

Blessed, noticed, 222.
Marsh, James, his Translation of

Herder's Spirit of Hebrew Poetry,
reviewed, 167 — criticisms on, 170. Rabbinical Grammar, Professor Pal.
Milner, Rev. Thomas, his Life of Dr. frey's, 399.
Watts, reviewed, 327.

Recognition of friends in heaven,
More, Mrs. Hannah, her Life and Scriptural argument for the, 222.

Correspondence by W. Roberts, re- Regeneration, Unitarian belief in,
viewed, 1 et seq. - account of her

family and early life, 2 — addressed Religion, its all-absorbing impor-
by Mr. Turner, 3 - her first ap-

tance, 289.
pearance as an author, 6 — her in. Retribution, Unitarian belief in, 287.
troduction into London society, 7 Richter, Jean Paul, his character of
her management of Sunday

Herder, 218.
schools, 20 popularity of her Roberts, William, his Life and Cor-
ballads and tracts, 23, — her relig-

respondence of Mrs. Hannah
ious opinions, 24 — her residences More, 1.
in Bath, Cowslip Green, and Bar-
ley Wood, 26, 27 — loses her sister

by death, 27 her establishment
at Barley Wood, 28— removes to

Samaritan Grammar, Professor Pal-
Clifton, her last residence, 29.

frey's, 399.
More, Miss Sarah, sister of Hannah, Seixas, J., his Manual Hebrew Gram-
letters of, 8 et seq.

mar, noticed, 160.
Müller, John George, a friend of Sephora, a Hebrew Tale, noticed,
Herder, 205.


Skeptic, The, a Tale, noticed, 269.

Slavery, Dymond's views of, 112.

Sober Thoughts addressed to the
Nature, laws of, vaguely understood, Society, views of the progress of,

345 — the Gospel, its reforming

Southey, Robert, his Memoir of

Watts, 327.

Southwell, Robert, specimen of his
Palfrey, Professor, J. G., his proposed

poetry, 262.
work on the Jewish Scriptures, Spirit of Hebrew Poetry, Herder's,
271 — his Grammar of the Chaldee, 167.
Syriac, Samaritan, and Rabbinical Substitution, doctrine of. See Atone-
Languages, 399.

Papias, his authority for history, 301. Syriac Grammar, Professor Palfrey's,
Parker, Nathan, his Sermons noticed, 399.

Peace, argument for, 368.

Poets, English sacred, Lives of, by
Willmott, 260.

Taylor, Rev. Robert, his Diegesis, a
Polycarp, quoted by Eusebius, 302. miserable book, 311.

power, 359.


Taylor, Mr., of Norwich, mistakes in Ware, Professor Henry, Jr., editor of
his account of Herder, 220.

Scenes and Characters, 268.
Temperance, Young Men's Conven- War, its unlawfulness exposed, as

tion at Worcester, 30 et seq. contrary to Christianity, 369 — and
Legislation in support of, 32 to the practice of the primitive
objections against temperance leg- Christians, 371 - note of Editors
islation answered, first, on its on this point, 373 — opposed to the
practicability, 33 -- second, on its spirit of Christianity, 378 — objec-
expediency, 37 third, on its con- tions answered, 380.
stitutionality, 41 fourth, on its Watts, Rev. Isaac, recent biogra-
necessity, 45.

phies of, reviewed, 327 -- his late
Therapeutæ, sect of, 312.

opinions on the Trinity, 333.
Trescho, Sebastian, an instructer of responds with Americans, 337 -
Herder, 180.

his residence at Sir Thomas Ab-
Trial and Self-Discipline, a Tale, ney's, 339 — his grave, 344.
noticed, 268.

Webster, Noah, on errors and defects
Tucker, Dean, his letter to Hannah in the common version of the
More, 16.

Scriptures, and in class-books, 119

Western Examiner, a proposed peri-

odical work, 271.
Unitarian belief. See Unitarians. Western States, religion in the, 123.
Unitarians, Sober Thoughts address- Whewell, Rev. W.,

extract from his
ed to, 269 — their belief, 273 — be- Bridgewater Treatise, 325.
lieve in the Father, Son, and Holy Willmott, Robert Aris, his Lives of
Ghost, 277 — believe in the atone- English Sacred Poets, 260.
ment, 278 — believe in human de- Wither, George, sketch of his life,
pravity, 283 — believe in regenera-

tion, 285 — believe in election, 286.
believe in future rewards and pun-

ishments, 287 — believe in the su-
preme importance of religion, 289. Young Men's Temperance Conven-

tion at Worcester, 30.

et seq.


Walker's Dictionary, criticisms on,

by Noah Webster, 122.

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