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CONTENT S.

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SPIRITUAL STATE AND CLAIMS OF

IRELAND-
Review of the Past Year, &c.

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Benefits of Adversity

25
The Great Battle of the World 53
The Irish Harp on the Willows 73
The Double Famine. - The Famine

of Bread, and the Famine of the
Word of the Lord

97
Example better than Precept 99
An Irishman's plea for his Father-
land

121
Spiritual State and Claims of Ire-
land

145, 169
Annual Meeting of the Hoxton

Hibernian Association for the
Spiritual Benefit of Ireland, held
in Hoxton Academy Chapel, on
Tuesday, the 18th of August 193
The Patriarch's Prayer

195
The Destiny of Ireland

217
Vigorous Efforts Necessary for Ire.
land

219
Spiritual State and Claims of Ire-
land

242
Ignorance of Ireland

248
The Irish Famine

249
Essays, EXTRACTS AND CORRESPON-

DENCE-
The Name Christian

6
Evidences for the Divine Origin of
the Bible

9
Popish History. Twenty Popes
appearing at the Gate of Heaven

12, 31, 58
Increased Effort on Behalf of Ireland 14
Extracts from the Workings of Popery 15
Reflections at the Close of the Year 17
D'Aubigne's Christian Unity

18
A Dying Christian's Advice to Youth 28
Origin of Idolatry in the Roman
Catholic Church

29
England the Fortress of Christianity 29
Perpetual Chastity

34
Masses for the Dead

34

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Popish Theology — 35, 60, 80, 111, 133
The Rambler. No. 4.

36
Evangelical Alliance

38
Dr. Campbell v Sir Culling E. Smith 39
Sectarianisın

39
Common Sense

41
Campbell Controversy

54
Warning to Controversalists

54
Heavenly Fragrance

55
Religion is Life

56
Questions and Answers
Rome's Intolerance ; or Anti-Chris-

tian Spirit of Papacy delineated—57,

84, 113, 131, 155,
Meeting of Two Popes

62
Luther's Sayings

64
A Recipe for the Pains of Purgatory 64
Look and be saved

65
A Salve for every Sore; or, Tract
for the Times

77
A Devotional Spirit

79
A Specimen of Popish Miracles 82
To Mothers

83
Reasons for not Joining the Evan-
gelical Alliance

86
Some Reasons for Joining the Evan-
gelical Alliance

86
A new Degree of Relationship 87
The Crafty Jesuits

87, 11
Controversy

101
A Good Conscience

101
Bunyan's Exhortation to Peace and
Unity

101, 125, 150
Try Again,
Bunyan's

Dying Sayings. The Love
of the World

106, 205
The Broken Heart

107
Only Once .

108
The Christian's Wealth

109
Who shall Teach China ?

110
Sabbath School Instructions. An

Advantage of Decided Piety 114
Chinese Proverbs

123
Union of Effort ; or, What ought
to be done for Erin ?

124
Beza's Recollection

124

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Thoughts on Death

89
Forgiveness

89
Original Lines, written on the Sum-

mit of Vinegar Hill, in reference

to the Popish Rebellion of 1798 115
One Possessed of a Devil

1 15
Mount of Olives

115
Prayer for Ireland

139
The Morning of Life

139
Blessed are the Dead who die in the
Lora

139
The Resurrection

139
Hibernia's Cry

160
Lines on the Death of the much-

lamented Rev. Thos. Gregg, A.M., 190
A Prayer for Erin

211
Isaac and Esau

21
The Stranger's Grave

211
Epitaph

211
An Anthem for Hibernia

237
The Perfection of God in His Word
and works

237
Hymns for Sailors

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Christian Union the Death-knell of
Rome

130
Irish Bulls

132
Mark, Learn, and Inwardly Digest! 135
An Inquiry into the Literary Merits
of the Jesuits

136
Bible Reading Forbidden
Bunyan's Dying Sayings. Of the
Torments of Hell

138
Anne Young ; A Narrative for the
Young

147
Popish scene in Dublin

150
The Irish Protestants

156
Infant Education

156
Prayer

157
The Ministration of Angels

161
Rambles in Ireland. No. I.

172
I Shall Die Silent

175
John Newton's Table Talk
Workings of Popery

177
Bunyan's Dying Sayings. Of the
Joys of Heaven,

181
Romanism in Italy

181
The Good Samaritan ; or the Friar
Detected

183
Home and Foreign Mission's

185
Iniquities and Barbarities at Rome
in the Nineteenth Century

186, 200, 222, 267
Transubstantiation Tested by the

Authorities that teach it 187, 204
Rambles in Ireland. No. II.

196
Rev. J. Wesley, A. M., on Popery 200
Maxims

203
Murder and the Murderer Reconciled 206
Saint Gennaro and his Nose

209
The Chameleon

210
French Canadian Missionary Society 226
Rambles in Ireland. No. III. 227
La Religion D'Argent; or, the Re-
ligion of Money

231
The

German Catholics, and the Pres-
byterian Church in Ireland 235
Rambles in Ireland. No. IV. 250
Fete Dieu

253
Thoughts on Deuteronomy xxxiii. 16. 254
Ordinary Operations of the Holy
Spirit

255
POETRY-
A Christian

19
Christ came for our Salvation

19
What is this Day to Ireland ?

19
There is a God

41
What is Life ?

42
A Better Country

42
A Paraphrase on Solomon's Song 42
Christian Union

66
Where are They ?

66
On Hatred

66
Is there no Hope for Erin ?

89
As the Earth, &c,

89
A Winter Scrap

89

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REVIEWS,
A Pocket Expositor of the New Testa-
ment

20
Woodcock's Evangelical Text Book,

for 1846
Cobbin's Descriptive Testament
Cobbin's Domestic Bible
Cobbin's Portable Commentary
Popery Unchanged; or Persecution
in Saltzburg and Zillerthal, in the

Eighteenth and Ninteenth Centuries 67
Church of England Psalmist

67
Bible Stories for the Young

89
Ancient Christianity
Lectures
Impressions of America, and the
Churches

90
The Literary History of the New
Testament

116
Works of the English Puritan Divines 116
Monastic Institutions ; their Origin,

Progress, Nature, and Tendency.
By the Rev. Samuel Phillips
Day.

140
The Pilgrim's Progress

141
Spenser and his Poetry

141
A Denominational Catechism. By
Rev. James Slye :

142
Hebrew Reading Lessons

142
A Brief Account of the Rise and Pro-

gress of the Change in Religious
Opinion now taking place in Din-
gle, and the West of the County
of Kerry, Ireland

142
The Colonies and Emigration 158
Anecdotes of Archery

159
The Mothers of the Wise and Good;

with Select Essays on Maternal
Duties and Infinence

159

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Memoirs of Serjeant Paul Swanston 159
A Course of Lectures

212
The Sick Chamber

259
Phrenology considered in a Religi-
ous Light

259
Liturgy for Church Sunday Schools 259
MISSIONARY LABOURS AND GENERAL

INTELLIGENCE-
Irish Evangelical Society 21, 68, 91,

119, 142, 190, 260,
Hibernian Bible Society. Colportage
in Ireland

22
German Catholic Church

23
The Godless Colleges

23
Popery and Potato Rot

24
Bible
Burning in Ireland

24
The Jesuits at Malta

24
Perversion

24
Achill Missionary Settlement

24
The Jesuits

24, 71
The Jews

24
Irish Evangelical Society. Great

Distress occasioned by the Potato
Disease

43
The Progress of the Gospel

44
Evangelical Alliance Meetings in
Dublin

46
Re-opening of Plunket Street, Dublin,

and Recognition of Rev. A. King 48
Great Union Meeting at Manchester 48
Conversions

48
Cambridge Students

48
Come over and Help us

68
Irish Seamen's Friend Society and
Bethel Union

69, 93
Proposed Evangelical Alliance 69
Death of the Rev. W. Jones, M.A. 70
Movements of Popery

71
Rome

71
Bavarian Palatinate

72
Grand Duchy of Baden. Progress
of Ultramontanism

72
Popery in the University of Oxford 72
Happy Deliverance from Papal Bondage 72
New Independent Chapel, Ballybay,
Ireland

91
Irish Society

91
Dublin-Proposed Evangelical Alliance 91

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Dublin Christian Union

92
Reformation in Dublin

94
French Canadian Missionary Society 94.

263
Two New Arguments against the cir-
culation and

Reading of the Scriptures 94
More Powerful than all Arguments 95
The Ex-Priest Visiting the Priest . 95
Religious Toleration in China

96
Dublin.-Sketches from the Round
Room of the Rotunda

117
London Missionary Society Meetings 117
Romish Missions

120
Evangelical Continental Society 120
Sornay

120
Famine in Ireland

142
Reformation in Ireland
Distress existing in the District be-

tween Mount Mary and Glinks
Rev. J. D. Smith, of Newry, 144, 240, 264
The Jesuits in China and in England 144
Canada Evangelical Alliance

144
Evangelical Union of New Brunswick 144
Malton Baptist Sunday School
Anniversary

160
Progress of the Gospel in Melbourn 191
Sabbath and Day Schools in Grange
Gorman

192
Scripture Readers in Ireland

212
To the Protestants of the British
Eropire.

213
Priests' Protection Society for Ireland 214
Great Meetings of the Evangelical
Alliance

216.
Special Prayer Meeting in connexion
with Hoxton Hibernian Association,

for the Spiritual Benefit of Ireland 216
Irish Evangelical Society. Supersti-

tion Encouraged by the Priests 238
Opening of the New Schooi-Rooms,
Pottersbury

239
Annual Congregational Tea Party at
Strade, County of Antrim

239
Zion Chapel, King's Inn Street,
Dublin

240
The Millions of Ireland

262
Roman Catholic Version of the Testa-
ment in French

262
Alarming State of Ireland

263

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