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ABDALLAH and Sabat 118 Concern for the Salvation of the
Themistocles 562 Correspondents, Notices to 48,96,
gregational Ministers in Mas. Criticism on 1 Cor. i. 26,27,28. 507
322 Deaf and Dumb capable of In-
Death, Remarkable escape from 182
of Thomas Paine 400
sudden, Our Liability to 451
Meditation in the Pros
23,74 Divine Influence, Necessity of 11
Massachusetts 40, Doctrine the Foundation of Duty 538
Duelling, Memorial against 21
163 Ecclesiastical History, Frag.
Erskine, Rev. John, D. D. char.
348 Formalist, Reflcctions of a 510
120,176,458 setts, Report of
216 Missionary Society, Berkshire,
New York, Report of 571
1 Mustard Seed, A Grain of 516
294,337 Newton, Sir Isaac, Some Ac.
462 • Mrs. Catharine Emerson 151
26 . Hon. Thomas Dawes 190
Rev. Daniel Mc Calla 239
- Rev. Dr. John Smith 333
Miss Sally Hurd 336
Rev, Thomas Allen
Presbyterian Churches, State of
254 of the General Assembly of 136
442 Quaker, A converted, Memoirs
27 Religion, State of, in the Pres.
Remarks on the Review of Al.
459 Rochester, Lord, Account of 4
Salvation of the Heathen, con-
544 Universal Salvation, Thoughts on 255
Dialogue on 549
503 Vows, Religious, Nature and Ob.
111 Watts, Doctor, Letter from
INDEX TO THE POETRY.
A Dedication Hymn
48 Ode on the Resurrection
INDEX TO THE REVIEWS.
Allen's Biographical and Histor- Do. Vol. 9, Part 1 & 2
• 225 Do. Vol. 10. Part 1 & 2
INDEX TO THE SIGNATURES.
A. - 204,403 H.
256 Philopater 507 A Trinitari.
17,53 R. A. 353
REMEMBER them who have a considerable time he walked in spoken unto you the word of darkness, without seeing satisGod, whose faith follow. À factory evidence that he had been review of the lives of pious, and renewed by divine grace. At faithful ministers, is highly use. length, looking to Jesus, the Auful and edifying. It has a ten. thor and Finisher of his faith, dency to stimulate others, who he obtained peace of mind and are partakers of the same faith, the comfort of hope. Having to imitate them in those things, been called by divine grace, he by which they attained to emi. determined to devote his future Dence and usefulness. The Rev. life to the gospel ministry. The Tristram Gilman, late Pastor of flower of his days was spent in the first church in North Yar. those studies, which were premouth, was one, whose memory paratory to preaching a crucified is deservedly dear to his acquaint. Savior to sinful men. Early in ance. He was the son of a pious 1769, he came to the people of and useful minister in Durham, his future charge, and was or. New Hampshire. He was born dained the December following. in the year 1735, and was grad. In his settlement among that uated, at the first University in people, he experienced serious New England, in 1757. Edu. difficulties. His predecessor was cated in a religious manner, he a man of different sentiments from preserved the character of a so. his own, and many of the church ber and moral youth. He did and parish were highly attached to not, however, build his hopes of him, and much opposed to Mr.Gil. everlasting life upon his morali. After much time spent in ty, or think himself a christian, prayer, for divine direction, and merely because he had escaped having the advice of a venerable those grosser vices, to which council, he determined to take the thoughtless youth are liable. He oversight of them in the Lord. was led to view himself as a sin. The event proved the correctness ner, and justly exposed to the of his decision. By his amiable penalty of the divine law. For conduct, and christian prudence, VOL. II. Nero Series.