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Harby, Mr., a Jewish Re-
.former, extracts from a
Discourse by,

486
Harding, Rev. M., testimo-

nial to his worth and abi-
lity as a Unitarian Mis-
sionary, 36. His jourual
of a inissionary tour in the
west of England,

282
Harris's Natural History of
the Bible, character of
and extracts from,

218, 258

1. C. on the Epistle to the
Romans

154
IGNOTUS on self-examina-
tion,

96
Indian rebuke of Christian
superstition,

305
Infant, lines to the memory
of
an,

230
Infant Piety, a hymn, 380
INTELLIGENCE, 33, 80, 129,
165, 202, 282, 322, 354,

399, 451, 495
Intensperance, a letter on,

295
Intolerance, instances of, 36, 82
Intolerant nations,

245

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J. C. on the unchangeable

love of God, 67. On
some lines to the memory
of an infant,

230
Jefferson, Ex-President, his

death and funeral, 357
Jesus Christ, on the nature

and person of, 15, 74, 123,
142, 179, 209, 213. His
example in favour of the
observance of the Sab.
bath, 47. Penitent male-
factor's address to, 332.
On the notion of two na-
tures in, 459. His death
a direct argument against

his essential deity, 459
Jews, moral and intellectual

character of the, 480. AC-
count of a Reformed Soci-
ety of, at Charleston, in
Ainerica, 483. American
Society for the Conversion
of,

492
J.M.'s obituary of Elizabeth

Ellerby, 84. On the Bri-
tish and Foreigu Unitarian
Association, 191. His ex-
posure of the bigotry of
the New Baptist Maga-
zine,

303
J. Ni's address to a Red-

breast which flew into his
room in the month of Oc-
tober,

5
John, St., the Evangelist,

and Cerinthus, the Here.
tic, remarks on the story
concerning,

133, 174
John VI., King of Portugal,
character of,

173
John i. 1, 14, sermon on,

364, 419
1 John v. 7, remarks on,
Judea, an evening in, a hymn, 423

Labouring classes, conclu-

sion of a sermon in aid of
a subscription for relieving
the distress of,

231
LAMPEN, Mr., his obituary
of Mr. William Cowley,

239
Lancashire and Cheshire

provincial meeting, 287
Langlands, Baron of Wilton, 149
Latter-day glory anticipated, 345
Laymen, list of eminent Uni.
tarian,

457
Lay-preaching, on, 296, 336, 338
Lingard's description of the

effects of the Plague, 334
Liverpool anti-slavery meet-

ing, letter to the promo-
ters of the,

307
Locke's Essay on Paul's Epis.

tles, recommended, 73.
Character of his “ Rea.
sonableness of Christia-
nity,"

351
London Mechanics’ Institu-

tion, report of the, 495
Lovers of Christian Truth,
serious questions to all,

343

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Rachael's lament on the

birth of Benjamin, 438
Radford Unitarian congre-

gation, history of the, 91.

Opening of the chapel at, 204
Reason, on the use of, in
religion,

467
Redbreast, address to a,

- 5
Red Sea, passage of the, a
poem,

376
Reformation, the blessings

of the, commemorated and

improved, a hymy, 466
Religious intolerance towards
a child,

82
Richmond Inquirer, account

of Jefferson's funeral, from
the,

357
Rizpah : a poetical para-
phrase,

62
R. L. C., two papers on

the Pilgrim Fathers, fur-
nished by,

1
Rogers, Henry, a poem by, 343
Roman Catholic tract, re-
marks on a,

199
Romans, on the Epistle to
the,

154
Roscoe, Mr., lines by, 185.

His letter to the promo-
ters of the Liverpool anti-
slavery meeting,

307
Rose and Snail, a fable, 41
Royal theologian, a,

462
RUNDELL, Mr. N., on the

Unitarian lectures at De-
vonport,

110
Rutt, Mr., on Miltou's Trea-

tise of Christian Doc-

trine, 29, 74, 123, 205
R. W.W's collection of per-

verted scripture, 344. His
Unitarian confession, 413.
Ou scriptural prayers and
sermons,

413

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Unbelievers in Unitarian can

gregations, on, 252, 316, 325
UNITARIAN, A, on church

195

tuary of,

Sabbath, on the divine ori-

gin and authority of the,
22, 42, 89. A hymn on
the,

490
Sandwich Islands, singular
superstition in the,

275
Scriptural prayers and ser-
mons,

413
Scripture and Scripture per-
verted,

344
Seaton, Mrs. Rachael, obi.

497
Seducer, a tale for the, 373
SELBY, Rev. W., on the Bri-

tish and Foreign Unita-
rian Association,

349
SELECT LIST OF New Books, 456
Self-examination, on,

96
Shepherd, Rev. W., speech

of, at the Moor-Lane cha-
pel anniversary,

166
Somerset, Gloucester and

Wilts Unitarian Mission-

ary Association report, 33, 399
Spain, religious bigotry of, 360
Spring, the voice of, a poem, 159
STANGER, Mr. W., his re-

port of the North-Eastern
Unitarian Association an.
niversary,

216
St. James's Chronicle, verses
from,

211
Stork, natural history of the, 263
Story for the enemies of

Free Trade and of the
improvement of Mecha-
pics,

215
Subscription to creeds, 01, 353
Sunday-school books, a let-

ter on, 306. Plan for the
supply of,

322
Superstition, instauces of,

275, 333
Sussex, Duke of, bis speech

at the London Mechanics

Institution anniversary, 496
Swanwick's, Mr., address

on behalf of the congrega.
tion, at the ordination of
the Rev. R. Brook Asp.
land, M. A., at Chester, 387

goverpment,
Unitariau, the confession of

an,

Uvitariaş controversy, facts

relating to the,

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