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GENERAL INDEX

OF

SUBJECTS AND SIGNATURES.

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

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BELSHAM, Rev. Mr., on the Greenock
subscription, 30, 125. D. on his
"Plea for Infant Baptism," 32,
232, 608. His Reflections upon
the Death of Sir Samuel Romilly,
reviewed, 264. Mr. Browne on the
dedication of his tract on Religions
Liberty to, 300. His Reply to Dr.
Moysey, reviewed, 495. On the
original principle of the Unitarian
Society,
Benevolence, sonnet to, 190. On the
pleasures of,

Bennet's, (Hon. H. G.,) Letter to Vis-
count Sidmouth, on the Transpor-
tation Laws, &c., reviewed,

Bennett, Mrs. obituary of,

657

325

261

194

Bennett's Sermon before the Southern
Unitarian Book Society, reviewed, 266
BERRA, A JEW OF, on the prophets,
Christ, and his apostles idolaters! 165
BERECS on the state of religion at
Hereford,

730

366

Bey, Ali, obituary of,

270

328

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704

BIBLICAL CRITICISM, 41, 109,
Blasphemy, prosecutions for, 129,
B M's obituary of Robert Smith,
Esq,

315

645

192

687

607

267

B.

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Boston, new Unitarian chapel at, 199.
Messrs. Wright and Lyons on,
Botanical elucidations of Scripture,
Bowdler on the Punishment of Death
in the case of Forgery, reviewed,
B. R. D.'s obituary of Mrs. Jane
Manley, 705. Of Miss Mary Can-
non,
Bretland, Rev. Joseph, obituary of,
445. On his publications, &c., 473.
Notice of a memoir of, 494. Cha-
racter of,

705

99

559

Bacon's Historical Discourse of the
Uniformity of the Government of
England, extract from,

555

Baker's Chronicle, extract from,
(note,)

25

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Brett's Narrative of the Proceedings
of a great Council of Jews, infor-
mation respecting, 136,
BREVIS'S inquiry respecting Newton
and Locke, 19. His brief notes on
the Bible, 42, 116, 320, 413, 475,
544, 615, 725. On the assault of
the Fort of Nowah, 616,

290

734

nial of the perpetuity of,

766

Baptismal commission, on the,.

599

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Baptist, definition of the term,

Baptists, an inquiry into the princi-
ples and conduct of the, respecting
civil and religious liberty,

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Barclay, Robert, quotations from his

Brighton Unitarian Chapel, appeal to

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648

545

Character of Dr. Doddridge in verse, 181
108
Character of Louis XIV.,

Charles I., Evelyn's description of
incidents in the reign of, 22. And
James 11., anecdotes of, from Eve-

Charleston, in South Carolina, late

religious proceedings at,

Chester Guardian, lines from the,

Chapels, best plans of,

lyn,

156

241

47

union of the,

366

Burke's letter on the repeal of the
penal laws affecting the Catholics,

Chichester Fellowship Fund, ou the
establishment of the,

302

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Butchers and soldiers,

560

Byron, Lord, his Ode ou Venice,

B. Y. on Dr. Walker and the Qua.
kers,

Chimney-Sweepers' Bill, on the,
Christ. See Jesus Christ.

206

366

Christian and Pagan Trinities, on,

540

442

Christian charities, right of Jews to
share in,

578

C.

Calcutta, establishment of a Hindoo

Christianity, argument in favour of,
259. On the design of, in its ap-
plication to future punishment,
Christian religion, reasonableness of

485

259

409

Christians, lawfulness of defensive
war amongst, 149, 303, 400,
Christian Tract Society Anniversary, 199
Christie, Mr. William, on the lawful-
ness of defensive war amongst
Christians,

Christmas Day, observance of, in the

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Chronique Religieuse,

518

College at,

343

Calvin's notion of the Sabbath, 424,
488, 553,

the,

665

404

206

Calvinists, on the moral system of,
Cambrian Society, establishment of
the,

Cambridge, bigotry of several of its

Cauno, Miss Mary, obituary of,

charge to the clergy of the county
of Kent,

CAPPE, Mrs., on the review of Mr.
Wellbeloved's Sermon, 291. On
Mr. Holley's popular preaching and
liberal sentiments, 355. On the
character of Mr. Emlyn,
Cappe's, Rev. Mr., Memoirs, recom-
mended, 408, 494. Reply to E. F.'s
suggestion ou,

149

523

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from, on the present state of reli-
gious sects in Sweden,
Church of England, late Seceders
from the, 21. Oa Anabaptism in
the, 406, 721. On the controverted
clause in the twentieth article of
the, 461. Its constitutions
Church Union Society's premiums in
the diocese of St. David's, 202,
CLARKE, Mr., on his School for Scrip-
tural Christians,

541

753

490

586

623

Carlie's trials, remarks on,

tence, 714.
of,
CARPENTER, Dr., on divine influences
and conversion, 419, 545, 617.
On proceedings in the Western
Unitarian Society,

Carpenter, Messrs. John and Thomas,
obituary of,

645. Sen-
On the prosecution

39

727

Clarke, William, Esq., legacies by the
late,

648

CLERICUS on Deism and Athanasi-

anism,

406

744

58.

Cartwright, Thomas, biography of,
Case decided on a Dissenter's claim
of exemption from toll on a Sunday,
On a dispute between the Me-
thodists in Ireland,

399
27

C. N. S's obituary of Mr. Samuel
Cravan, 192. Of Mr. William Wal-
ton,
Cogan, Dr, memoir of, 1, 74, 105.
His letter to the secretary to the
Unitarian Fund, 74. List of his
publications,

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Case of One of a Hundred,

80

Catholics, the, on the division of the

Decalogue by, 299, 467.

Pro-

Catholic religion in Sweden,

ceedings of, on public distress,

C. D. on the division of the Deca.

767

543

logue,

467

COGAN, Mr., on Mr. Stodhart's ana.
themas against Unitarians, 164.
His strictures on some of the argu-
ments in "Apelentherus," with
regard to the natural evidences of a
future state, 221. His Sermons,
reviewed, 257, 323. On the eter-
nity of hell torments, 369. On the
moral system of Calvinists, 404.

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E. on the "fire-act London clergy," 166
Early Christians, nonconformity of

the,

Early Unitarian Christian writers,
Eastern Unitarian Society Anniver-

sary, 386. Report of its Com-
mittee,

E. B.'s obituary of Miss Sarah Sas-

ton,

Ebionite gospel, inquiry respecting
the,

E. D. on the General Baptist Assem-
bly Anniversary,
Edinburgh, high mass and abuse of
"Socinians" at Edinburgh, 20.
Outrage at, 21, 63. State of Uni-
tarianism in,

On

EDITOR, on the royal farce of touch-
ing for the evil, 22 (note).
foreign intelligence, 131. On the
memoir of the late Mr. G. W.
Meadley, 137. On the Rev. B.
Goodier's contributions, 145
(note). On the lawfulness of de-
feusive war amongst Christians,
149, 303. On the late religious
proceedings at Charleston, in South
Carolina, 242. On the death of
Mr. James Rait, 269. On the cha-
racter of Dr. Jonathan Mayhew,
296. On a passage in the Lord
Chancellor's judgment on the Bed-
ford charity, 582 (note). On the
correspondence in the Times News-
paper, relating to the Unitarians,
E. F. on Cappe's Memoirs,
Ellis, Mr. John, obituary of,
Emigration, on the excess of,

308

306

386

195

245

376

61

707

494

651

274

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DILLON, Mr., his account of his pro-
test against the marriage ceremony, 179
Discourse on Excommunication, re-
viewed,

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English Catholics, petition from the, 204
Epicure, pulpit picture of the,
Erskine, Dr. John, Sir H. Moncrieff
Wellwood's Life of, reviewed,
E. S. on the Roman Catholic Prayer
Book omitting the second com-
mandment, 164. On the design of
Christianity in its application to
future punishment,
Essentials of a National Church
briefly explained, &c, reviewed,
Essex-Street Psalms, on a passage
the,
Established Church of Ireland, mo-
tion for inquiring into the state of
the,

485

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in

532

340

303

275

FLOWER, Mr. B., on Dr. Walker's
treatment of Scripture, 162.

On

189

248

499

Estrada's Defence of the Cortes, re-
viewed,

E. T.'s memoir of J. J. Wetstein,
Eternal torments, on the subject of,
EUELPIS on the doctrine of uni-
On the
versal restitution, 87.
Reformed Jews, 371. On final
restitution,
EVANS, Mr., on the obituaries of Mr.
T. Thomas and D. J. Rees,
EVANS, Rev. J., [LL.D.,] his address
to the managers and subscribers of
the Wood-street, Spitalfields, cha-
rity school, 56. His Sermon on
the Causes, Evils and Remedy of
False Shame in the Affairs of Reli-
gion, reviewed,
Evelyn's description of incidents in
the reign of Charles II., 22. His
anecdotes of Charles II. and James
II., 156. Mr. Evelyn a Reformer,
229. Extract from his Memoirs,
Exeter Fellowship Fund, resolution
of the,

F.

the state of religion in Kentucky, 242
Flower, Mr. R., extracts from his
Letters on the State of Religion in
Kentucky, 242. His Letters from
the Illinois, reviewed,

763

484

Flushing, opening of the Unitarian
Chapel at,

338

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE, 64, 131,
207, 277, 342, 397, 457, 521, 587,
648,

767

538

103

635

Fox and Pitt, characters of,

Fox's, Rev. W. J., Sermon on the
Duties of Christians towards Deists,
His Lectures re-
reviewed, 701.

viewed,

France, public affairs, &c., of, 64,

131, 207, 277, 457, 521, 587,648,
Francis, Sir Philip, obituary of,

French Protestants, address of the
committee for the relief of the per-
secuted,

752

767

65

194

256

191

Frankland, Mrs., obituary of,

Free and slavish writers,

373

Freedom, from the German,

584

374

FREND, Mr., on the gradations of
intellect, 545. On the origin of
the Unitarian Society,

743

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FULLAGAR, Mr., on the Worship of
Christ, reviewed, 190.

establishment of the Chichester
Fellowship Fund, 302.

On the

On Sir

Samuel Romilly, 410. His Letter
to Lloyd, reviewed,

508

the New Testament,

599

Future life, silence of the Old Testa-

Fallen man,

630

Fate of Revolutions,

430

ment on, 364. Wright's Essay on
a, reviewed,

575

FATHER, A, on matriculation at the

Universities,

287

Favell's Speech on the Criminal Laws,

reviewed,

187

F. B. on the doctrine of atonement, 552
FEARON, Mr., on his protest against
the marriage ceremony,
FELLOWSHIP FUNDS, established in

272

Future punishment, on, 90. On the
design of Christianity in its appli-
cation to,
Future rewards and punishments, on, 369
Future Rewards, an Attempt to sup-
port the Diversity of, reviewed,
Future state, on the natural evidences
of a, 221,

328

293

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