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LONDON J HADDON, 3, BOUVERIE STREET, FLEET STREET.

155. To John Purser, Jun., Esq. On Dr. Marshman-Duke of

Wellington's policy towards Ireland

156. To Dr. Stenson

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157. To the Rev. John Fawcett

158. To B. Stokes, Esq. Death of Dr. Okely-Dr. Chalmers's visit

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159. To John Purser, Esq. Death of Mr. Purser, Sen.-State of
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Illness and death of Mrs. Foster-Mr. Anderson-Journey to Wales
-Mr. Hughes-Rammohunroy-Eclectic Review-Mr. Faw-
cett (1832-1838)

LETTERS.

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166. To the Rev. Josiah Hill.

165. To the Rev. Thomas Coles. Mrs. Foster's funeral

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167. To the Rev. John Fawcett.

168. To the Rev. Josiah Hill.
169. To Sir J. Easthope, Bart.

admonitions

Character of Mrs. Foster
Reflections on Mrs. Foster's decease 103
Ireland-Church reform-Religious

170. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On religious assurance as held by

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171. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. Brucker's Historia Philosophia

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172. To Mrs. Anderson. On Mr. Anderson's death
173. To the Rev. Joseph Hughes. A farewell letter, written shortly

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174. To the Rev. Dr. Carpenter. On the opinions of the Rajah

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176. To John Sheppard, Esq. On poetry-The intermediate state
177. To the Rev. Dr. Leifchild. Character of Mr. Hughes
178. To the Rev. Josiah Hill

179. To the Rev. Thomas Coles. On the death of his daughter
180. To the Rev. John Fawcett

181. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. Politics-The Watchman

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183. To John Easthope, Esq. The Morning Chronicle-Popery
184. To John Easthope, Esq.

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193. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On the duty of Christians in refer-

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199. To James Fawcett, Esq. On the death of the Rev. John
Fawcett

200. To the Rev. Dr. Price. On Judge Durfee's Poem "What
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Last Review-Letter to Mr. Greaves-Visit to Bourton in 1840-
Death of Mr. Coles-Visit to London in 1841-Illness-Last
Visit to Bourton in 1842-The Chartists and the Anti-Corn-
Law League-National Education-Last illness and death
(1839-1843)

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