INTRODUCTION—Birth and early Life of Mr. Richards
Destination to the Ministry-Instructed at the Bristol
Academy–An Account of that Institution-His course
of Studies—General Baptist Education Society-Utility
of an educated Ministry—Commencement of Mr. Rich-
ards’ Ministry at Pershore-Recommendatory Letter to
Lynn, by his Tutor, the Rev. Hugh Evans-Mr. Rich-
ards' Description of Lynn on his first coming there-For-
mation of the Baptist Church there-Letters of the
Messrs. Hugh and Caleb Evans on Free Communion
Congratulatory Letters from Mr. Hugh Evans, Dr. John
Ash, and Mr. Williams of Cardigan-Sketch of the Rev.
Rees David, with the Inscription on his Monument, at
Norwich-Dr. Evans' Letter on Providence and Uni-
versal Restoration Biographical Sketches of Messrs.
Hugh and Caleb Evans—Recommendation of the New
Institution for the Relief of Aged Ministers—Character
of Mr. Richards' Preaching, with an Illustration--Re-
markable Robbery and Execution—Injustice and Impo-
licy of Capital Punishments—Plea for Reading the Scrip-
tures--Letter on Baptismal Controversy—Mr. Richards'
Soliloquy on his Birth-day--His Excursion to and from
Wales-Mr. Richards' ill-health and absence in Wales,
with a Letter to his Church at Lynn-Account of the
Jumpers—Accession of Welsh Converts to the General
Baptists--Remarks of Mr. Williams, and Mr. Ricbards'
Letter to Dr. Rippon—The Sentiments of the New Con-
nection of General Baptists—Return to Lynn, and Re-
signation of the Ministry--Defence of himself against
Heresy—Declaration of his Religious Views-General
Remarks on his Thcological Sentiments—Twelve Ar-
ticles in which Christians are agreed -Best Remedy for
Party Spirit-A cheerful Piety recommended-Extracts
from Bogue, M‘Lean, and Doddridge--Letter to a
Clergyman, on refusing to marry unbaptized Persons
Consolatory Epistle on the loss of a Friend—Mr. Rich-
ards' Account of the Rev. Rees David's Death and
Funeral—The Supports of RevEALED Religion.