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Drunkenness (R. Whytehead, osq.), clxxvii. 85.

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Adam, rev. T, cxciii. 318; cxcv. 350; cxcvi. 360. Aitchison,

rev. D., clxxxiv. 190. Anderson, rev. Robert, clxxix. 118;

clxxxii. 157.

Bateman, rev. J., cxcviii. 390; cc. 422. Barrow, dr. Isaac,

clxxviii. 112. Beachcroft, rev. R. P., clxxxvi. 214. Berens,

archd., cxc. 278. Beveridge, bp., clxxxv. 205; elxxxviii. 246;

cxcv. 350. Bickersteth, rev. E., clxxxiv. 190. Bissland,

rey. T., clxxii. 14. Blunt, rev. H., clxxiv. 46; clxxvi. 71;

clxxvii. 80; clxxxix. 262; cxciii. 318. Boyle, hon. Robert,

clxxii. 14. Bramhall, abp. clxxxi. 143. Bull, bp. clxxxix.

262; excii. 302; cxcviii. 39). Burton, dr., clxxix. 118;

clxxxv. 205. Butterfield, rev. H., clxxx. 134; clxxxii. 157.

Cave, rev. R., excii. 302. Cecil, rev. R., cxc. 278; cxcii. 302.

Cornwallis, Mrs., cxcvii. 374; cc. 122. Cyprian, St., clxxxviii.

Dale, rev. Thomas, clxxxv. 205.
Evans, rev. R. W., cxcv. 350.
Fenelon, abp., clxxiii. 31.
Griswold, bp., clxxxviii. 246.
Hale, Sir Matthew, cxcix. 406. Hall, bp., clxxii. 14; clxxxix.

262 ; cxci. 287 ; cxciv. 334. Hare, rev. A. W., clxxviii. 102;
clxxxviii. 246; cxciii. 318. Heber, bp., cxciii. 318. Hiffer-
nan, rev. J. M., clxxv. 62; clxxxii. 157. Hobson, rev. 8.,
clxxv. 62. Horne, bp., clxxxviii. 246; cxcviii. 391. Horsley,
bp., clxxxiji. 174; clxxxix. 262. Howels, rev. W., cxc. 278.

Hutton, rev. T. R., clxxxv. 205.
James, bp., cxc. 278. Jeremie, rev. J. A., clxxiv. 46.
Kirwan, dean, exci. 287. Knight, rev. J., clxxxv. 205.
Lear, archd. cxc. 278. Le Bas, rev. C. W., clxxix. 118; clxxxii.

157; clxxxvii. 230. Leighton, abp., clxxii. 14; clxxvii. 86;

cxc. 278. Lucas, cxcii. 302; cxcv. 350.
Marsh, bp., clxxvi. 71; cxcii. 302. Marsh, rev. W., cxc. 278.

Martyn, rev. II., cxc. 278. Melvill, rev. H., clxxxiv. 190.
Melvill, Philip, esq., clxxxix. 262. Molesworth, rev. J. E. N.,

clxxxvi. 214.

Palgrave, Sir F., cxcix. 107. Pascal, cxcvii. 373. Pearson,

rev. J. N., clxxvii. 86.

Raikes, rev. Henry, clxxxii. 157. Rawlinsen, rev. H., clxxii.

Sancroft, abp., clxxxvii. 230. Sandys, abp., cxcix. 407. Sharp,

abp., cxc. 278. Simeon, rev. C., clxxiii. 31. South, dr.,
clxxv. 62; clxxxviii. 246. Spoor, Mrs., cxciv. 331. Stan-
hope, dean, clxxii. 14.

Emigration (Rev. H. Smith), clxxvii. 78.
The New Creation (by the rev. C. Rawlings, A.B.), clxxii. 1;

concluded, clxxiii. 17.
Missionary Exertions (by the rev. R. G. Blenkinsopp, M.A.),

clxxiv. 33; concluded, clxxv. 49.
Spiritual Influences (by the rev. Edward Young), clxxvi. 65.
On the Omission of the Duty of Prayer in the Mosaic Law (by

the rev. Edward Hawkins, M.A., Provost of Oriel College,

Oxford), clxxvii. 78; concluded, clxxviii. 89.
The Saviour's Abode with his People (by the rev. Pelham Mait.

land, B.A.), clxxix. 105; concluded, clxxx. 121.

Family Worship (by the rev. J. Rawlings), clxxxi. 137.

On the Atonement (by the rev. J. Spence), clxxxii. 145; con-

cluded, clxxxiii. 161.

Responsibility, clxxxiv. 177.

Worldly Carefulness incompatible with Christian Godliness

(by the rev. W. Buswell), clxxxv. 193; concluded, clxxxvi.


The Knowledge of the Glory of God (by the rev. J. Fawcett),

clxxxvii. 217; concluded, clxxxviii. 233.

The Believer's Peace, clxxxix. 249; concluded, cxc. 265.

The Christian's Law of honouring all Men (by the rev. T. Eng.

land, M.A.), cxci. 28).

Divine Revelation (by the rev. T. P. Wright, M.A., Hackney),

cxcii. 290.

Origin, Nature, and Object of Divine Worship (by Rev. W. G.

Moore, M.A.), cxciii. 305 ; concluded, exciv. 321.

The Benefits of Church Psalmody, with Hints for its Improve-

ment (by Rev. John Eden, M.A.), cxcv. 337; concluded,

cxcvi. 353.
The Duty of Watchfulness (by the Rev. C. Rawlings), cxcvii.


The Study of Prophecy, cxcviii. 577; concluded, cxcix. 393.

The Value of Present Mercies, cc. 409; concluded, cci. 425.


Janeiro (Robertson's Letters), clxxxviii. 248.

Sacrifice, Origin of (Corfe), clxxix. 120; St. Etheldreda's Chapel

(Ecclesiastical Gazette), cxc. 280 ; St. Spiridione, clxxviii.

104; Sandals (Burder), clxxiv. 48; Servant in Sickness

(rev. W. B. M'Kenzie), cxcviii. 390; Silence (St. Ambrose),

cxcix. 408; Sleeping-rooms (Curtis), clxxix. 120 ; Society,

clxxix. 120 Sanderson (bp.), cxci. 288; Solitude (Cole-

ridge), clxxxv. 208 ; South America (Robertson's Let-

ters), cxciv. 336; Spanish Slavery (T. F. Buxton, esq.),

clxxxiv. 192; Spears (W. Rae Wilson, esq.), clxxvi. T2;

Sunday Scholar, the, cc. 424; Sunday Dress and Appearance
(bp. Davy's), clxxxii. 160; Supposed Scepticism of Medical
Men (chancellor Law), clxxxi. 144; Swallows (W. Rae Wil-

son, esq.), cxciil. 320; Sydney, Socioty in, clxxii. 16.
Temperance (rev. J. M. Hiffernan), elxxxiii. 176: Time and

Property (bp. J. B. Sumner), clxxiv. 48; Transubstantiation

(rev. C. S. Bird), clxxxil. 160.
Ventilation (Curtis), clxxxvii. 232; Vernacular Dialects (prof.

Scholefield), cxciii. 320; Village Churches (W. Howitt), co.

Wallachia (dr. Burton), clxix. 136; William Collins (rev. W.

L. Bowles), ce. 424; Wonders of Creation (Shaw), cel: 430.
Mythology, tho Sclavonic (by the rev. H. Christmas, P.S.A.),

No. I., clxxxv. 194. No. II., clxxxvii. 222. No. III., clxxxtx.

Lessons, on the reading of the (Wogan), excill. 310.
Love of God, on the (Rev. H. Woodward), cxcvii. 373.

Narrative of the Loss of the Eldon (dr. R. II. Kennedy), elxxix.

National Education (by the rev. N. Smart), No. I., clxxili. 19.

Mahomedan Slavery (T. P. Buxton, esq.), elxxvl 70.
Man of God (rev. H. Raikes), clxxxiii. 173,
Marriage (bp. Taylor), cc. 414.
Massacre on St. Bartholomew's Day at Paris, 1572, clxxx. 123 ;

clxxxi. 138.


Advantages of England (Eliot's Travels), clxxxv. 208; Air

(Curtis), clxxvii. 88; Antiquity of Sabbath (rev. G. Holden),

cxcvi. 360; Asiarchs, the (Scripture Gazetteer), cxcii. 804;

Atmosphere, the (Whewell), cxciii. 320; Australia (Sydney

Gazette), cxc. 280.

Bellarmine (rev. B. E. Nicholls), clxxxiv. 192.

Cathedral Music (Hogarth), cxcviii. 392; Church of Christ

(prof. Scholefield), cxci. 288; Church of the Lateran (W. Rae

Wilson, esq.), clxxx. 136; Churohes or Gaols (W. Collins),

cxcix. 408; Circumstantiality of the Bible (rev. W.J. Kidd),

clxxxiv. 192; Cobbett's Testimony to the Church, cxcix.

408; Confirmation (rov. J. Downall), clxxvii. 88; Conver-

sation of English Women (Mrs. Ellis), clxxvii. 88; Crime in

Scotland (Blackwood), clxxiii. 32; Cutchees, the (Mrs. Pos-

tans), cxc. 280.

Demoniacal Agency (rev. C. W. Le Bas), cxciv. 336; Domestic

Duties (sir T. More), clxxiii. 32; Dress (rev. R, Cecil),

clxxix. 120.
Egyptian Columns (W. Rae Wilson, esq.), clxxxix. 264 ;

Egyptian Schools (Lane), elxxxvi. 216; Evils of Separation

(rev. J. Baylee), clxxxiii. 176.
Flies of Egypt, elxxxvii. 232; Food of Infants (Curtis), clxxiii.

Gambling (rev. H. G. Watkins), clxxviii. 104; Governors and

their Graves at Sierra Leone (capt. Alexander), cxcil. 304;
Grace before Meals, cxcv. 352; Gratitude and Ingratitude
(dr. South), clxxiii. 32.
Hearers and Doers (bp. Hall), clxxxix. 264; Holy Land (W. Rae

Wilson, esq.), clxxxvi. 216; Homilics, tho (Thornthwaitc),

clxxix. 120.
Japan (Christian Obsorver), clxxxvii. 232; Jdleness (bp. Tay-

lor), cxcvii. 376; Jericho, Ruins of (Elliott's Travels), cxcviii.
892; Jews in Palestine, clxxx. 136; Jews, the (rev. G. Paus-
sett), cxcix. 408; Influence of Mental Emotion on Health
(Curtis), clıxxvi. 216 ; Intoxication (Whytchead), clxxviii.

Lord's Day, How to keep (Fuller), cxcvii. 376.
Medical Profession (chancellor Law), clxxxvii. 248; MS-

sionary Discouragement, cxcvii. 376 ; Moslem Egyptians
(C. Lane, esq.), clxxxviii. 248; Music (Hants Advertiser),

cxciii. 320.
National Church (Jortin), clxxxvi. 216; National Education

(rev. J. Ayre), clxxvi. 72; Natural Theology (Pinnock),

clxxv. 64.
Opium (rev. A. S. Tholwall), clxxv. 61.
Palenque (British Gazette), clxxxix. 264; Parsoes (Missionary

Register), cxcv. 352; Pascal (P. Melvill, csq.), cxci. 288;
Popery (rov. J. N. Poarson), clxxx, 136; Promises (Claren-

don), clxxv. 64; Puritanism (Southey), elxxxv. 208.
Quietness (Hooker), cci. 430.
Religious Destitution of Troops abroad, clxxii. 16; Rio de

Parables (M. J. M'Kenzic), clxxxv. 199.
Patrick, Bishop, Controversy with the Romanists 1688, elxxxiv.

Philip the Evangelist and the Lord High-Treasurer of Ethiopia

(by the rev. Henry G. Watkins, M.A. clxxxv. 196, and

clxxxvii. 219.


• Affliction (Chas. Bayly), clxxviii. 103.

Be Strong in the Lord (Miss Emra), cc. 423.

•Bondage of Israel (Mrs. Abdy), clxxvi. 71.

Catechism, the (bp. Mant), cc. 424.

•Charity (rev. E. B. Were), clxxxvi. 215.

Christian Kivg, the (bp. Ken), cxci. 287.

Christian Warrior, the (bp. Ken), cxciv. 335.

Christmas, cxcix. 407.

*Communion with God in Solitude, exciv. 835.

Dead Sea (Croly), clxxiii. 31.

•Dedication of the Temple (rev. E. B. Were), elxxiv. 47.

Devotedness (bp. Ken), clxxxvii. 281.

Distant Church-bells (Cathedral), cxcviil. 391.

• Elijah in the Desert, clxxxvii. 281.

God's Goodness in the Seasons (rev. R. A. Scott), clxxxii, 159.

•God's Providence (Charles Bayly), cxcii. 303.

•Heavenly Rest, clxxxviii. 247,

House of God (rov. G. Bryan), clxxxi. 144.

Hymn (rov. N. Bull), elxxxv. 207.1

•Hymn for Harvest (Pilgrim), clxxxviii. 247.

Invalid's Sabbath Song (Mrs. Bushby), exci. 287.

•Jerusalem (Charles Bayly), olxxv. 69.

•John the Baptist, clxxxvIII. 217.

Judgment (Herbert), cxcii. 303.

Labourers' Hymn (Wordsworth), clxxxv. 307.

•Lays of Palestine (T. G. Nicholas ), No. II., clxxiii. 31.



III., clxxxix. 263.



IV., cxcii. 303.



V., cc. 423.

Lines to a Dying Friend (rcv. W. L. Nicholls), clxxxii. 159.
Lines on a Spring of Wator (bp. Hoadley) cxcvii. 376.
•Lines (Charles Bayly), cxcviii, 891.
•Lord's Supper (Miss Evra), cxc. 279.
.Mary at the Sepulchre (M. A. S. Barber), clxixiv, 191,
•Mercy (M. A. Beale), clxxiv. 47.

+ The plcces marked • arc original.

POETRY (continued):

SERMONS (continued):

Monody on the Death of Heber (rev. J. Hough), clxxix. 119. HANSON, rev. E., B.A. (Thorney, Notts), God's Inspection of

"Moonlight (rev. G. Bryan), clxxxv, 207,

the Righteous and the Wicked, clxxx. 128.

Myrtle (Montgomery), clxxxiv. 191.

HARRISON, rev. W. (St. Oswald's, Chester), The Parable of

•National Ballads (M, A. Stodart), No. V., clxxii, 13.

the Sower, clxxxi. 139,



VI., clxxvii. 87.

HARTE, rex. W. M. (Barbadoes), The Resemblance between



VII., clxxxv. 207,

the Church of England and the Primitive Church, cxcvili.



VIII., cxcvii. 375.



IX., cxcix. 407.

HEBERT, rev. C., M.A. (St. James, Clapham), The abiding City



X., cci. 420.

of God's People, clxxxv. 200.

Nightingale Flower (Barton), clxxvii. 87.

Hill, rev. Jolin, M.A. (St. Edmund IIall, Oxford), Christ's
*Omnipresence of God (M. A. Beale), clxxxii. 159,

Invitation, clxxii. 9.
*Omnipotence of God (M. Ar Beale), cxciii. 319.

HORNE, rev. T. H., B.D. (St. Edmund the Martyr, London),

*Our old Cathedrals, clxxii, 15.

The Redemption of Time, clxxxviii. 241.

•Pray for your Queen, clxxxix. 263.

Jennings, rev. T. F., M.A. (Bristol), The Study of Holy Scrip-

Pray, without Ceasing, cxcv. 351,

ture, cxcvii. 368.

•Prayer, clxxxiii. 175.

KING, rev. John, M. A. (Christ Church, Iull), The Confessors

Prayer (rev. J. Harvey), clxxv. 63.

and Deniers of Christ, clxxiii. 24.

Quiet Conscience (Charles I.), cxc. 279.

LILLEY, rev. E., M.A. (Peckham), Pięty, not Years, the Man-

Recognition in Heaven (bp. Ken), clxxxiv. 191.

hood in Christ, cc. 416.

"Stanzas on Ezekiel xxxii. 11, clxxxiii. 175.

M'Caul, rev. Alex., D.D. (London), Charity towards, those
Sisters of Bethany (Mrs. Abdy), exc. 279.

who differ from us, clxxxiii. 168.
*Stanzas (Miss Emra), exciii. 319.

MORICE, rev. R., M.A. (Cheshunt), God is Love, cxciii. 313.
Stanzas, extiv. 335.

Mustos, rev. C. R., M.A. (St. John's, Chelmsford), Domestic

Sunday (rev. T. Grințield), claxyiii. 103.

Religion, cxcv. 344.

•Thoughts of Comfort (Miss Emra), cxcvi. 360.

RICHARDS, rev. J. Luscombe (rector of Exeter Coll., Oxford),

•Thy Kingdom Come (Stammers), cxcii. 303.

Social and Public Worship, clxxviii. 96.

•To a Lady on the Death of a Friend (Chas. Bayly), cxcv. 351. SANDYs, rev. John, M.A. (St. Paul's, Islington), clxxix. 112.

Triumph of the Gospel, cxcvii. 375.

SHERWOOD, rev. W., B.A. (Holybourn, Hants), The Flesh and

Wickliffe, clxxx. 134.

the Spirit, clxxxix. 256.

Poor Laws (rev. II. Smith), clxxvii. 84.

SPENCE, rev. G., LL.B. (St. Clement's, Cambridge), The De-
Power of Locality in Animals (C. M. Burnett, esq.), clxxvi. 66. vices of Satan, exciv. 238.
Prayer-Book, the (rev. P. W. Faber), cxcvi. 355.

STAINFORTII, rev. F. J., M.A. (Camberwell), cxcix. 400.

Preaching of the Cross (rev. H. Melvill), cxciii, 317.

WERE, rev. E. B., M.A. (Chipping Norton), The Choice of

Prince Eugene, cxci. 286.

Moses, clxxxiv. 184.

Punctuality, Anecdotes and Extracts on, clxxxix: 262.

Shipwright's Widow (by the Author of " The Student," &c.),

clxxix. 110.

Relapse in Religion (rev. J. Whytt), cxcv. 342.

Sketches from a Traveller's Portfolio:-

Religious Destitution of the Country (rev. H. W. Wilberforce),

No. XI. The Exile, cxcv. 339.

excv. 349.

XII. The Brand Strasse, cxcix. 396.

Revival in the American Church (dr. Hawks), cxcii. 301.

Sketches from Memory (by a Naval Oficer):

Roger Holland (Fox), cxciv. 325.

No. II. The Pirate, clxxxviii. 237.

Soul, the, the great Object of Ministerial Watchfulness (archd.

Sabbath, the, its Origin and Perpetuity Vindicated (by rov. T. Hoare), clxxii. 2.

Pyne, M.A.), clxxxiii. 165, and clxxxiv. 179.

Sunday Reflections (by Mrs. RILEY), No. XIII., clxxiii. 29.

SACRED PHILOSOPHY:- Natural Theology of the Vegetable No. XIV. clxxvi. 69. No. XV., clxxxvi. 213.

Kingdom (by R. Dickson, esq, M.D.), No. IX., çlxxv, 51.

No. X., cxcii. 291.

Tale of Humble Lise, exc. 273.

Sacred Poetry (by James Chambers, esq.), No. I., clxxii. 5. Theatre, thc (rev. E. Hoare), cxci. 285.

No. II., clxxxix. 253. No. III., cxciii. 307. No. IV., cxcvii. Thoughts iu Solitude (by Joseph Fearnı), No. 1., cxe. 277. No. II.,


cxcviii. 380.

Scapegoat, the (IL. Bourne, esqu), elxxvii. 83.

Thoughts on Historical Passages of the Old and New Testament:
SERMoss by the following Divines:-

No. XI. David pardoned but punished (by rev. F. W. FOWLE),
BADCOCK, rer. John, L.L.B. (Westbury, Wilts) Gain of the

clxxii. 3.
World, and Loss of the Soul, clxxxji. 152. 1 m

XII. The Miraculous Draught of Fishes (by the rev. W.
BI&SLAND, rev. T., M.A. (Hartley, Hants), The Coming of

MAYNEW), clxxxiv. 188.

Christ, cxcvi. 356.


XIII. The Character and Conversion of Lydia (by the rev.

Browx, rev. Joseph, M.A. (Norwood, Surrey), The Love of

Joux EMRA, M.A.), cci. 427.

God, cxc. 372.

Tinnevelly, cxcviii. 381, and cxcix. 398.

Bayax, rev. G. (Huttoft, Lincolnshire), The Care of the Soul, Trial of the Scven Bishops in 1688, cxciv. 325.
clxxvii. 80.

Turkish Martyr, cxc. 269.
COTTON, rev. R. L., D.D. (Provost of Worc. Coll., Oxford), The
Living Water, clxxxvii. 225.

Walking over the Parish Boundaries (Sunday Reador), cxciii. 317.
EDEX, rev. R., M.A. (St. Mary's, Lambeth), Nobility of the Whitty, Archdeacon (rev. M. O'Sullivan), clxxxi.
Bereans, clxxiv. 40.

Witch of Endor, clxxii, 7.
EDWARDS, rev. E. (Wrexham), Support in the Day of Trial,

Worship of the Serpent (by the rev. H. CHRISTMAS), No. IV.,
cxcii. 297.

clxxxii. 150.

GOLDING, rev. J. E. (Walton, Peterborough), Practical Inten-

tion of the Gospel, clxxv. 57.

Zeal for God's Glory (rev. T. Griffith), clxxxviii. 234.

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