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CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
Collinson's Key to the Writings of the principal Fathers df the Christian
Church, (preached at the Bampton Lecture) . . . 470 ,55a
Ely's Visits of Mercy . . . . • .
feast of the Poets ......
Bint and Second Reports of tbe Committee s>f tbe Fish Association
Fletcher's Spiritual Blessings, a Sermon preached in Darwcn Chapel
Franks's Dissertation on the Magi (Hulsean Prize Dissertation) .
I^nberfs Perpetual Balance, «, Book-keeping by Double Entry
Langsdorn's Voyages and Travels in vai iuu» |»ris of tbe World
Letters written by Eminent Persons in the 17th and 18th Centuries, now
published from Originals in the Bodleian Library, &c
Letters of a British Spy ...... w,
List of Works recently published . . 110, 214, 325,438, 540, 653
Lowell's Christian Soldier, a Sermon preached to the Renfrew Militia . 194
Maitland's History of the Beast of the Apocalypse . , . 127
Maagin's View of the Pleasures arising from a love of Books . . 430
Marriott's Sermon, preached in the Trinity Church, Coventry, 1813, at the
Archdeacon's Visitation . . ,<
Mcrivale's Ode on the Deliverance of Europe . .
Montagu's (Mrs.) Letters, Vols. III. and IV, ., - ,
Montgomery's World before th« Flood . '. '■ . ■
Mosheim's Commentaries on the Affairs of the Christians. Translated by
Vidal . ► . , t
Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte .. . ,
Onesimus's Pulpit, Vol. IL ......
Palmer's Dr. Watts no Socinian. A Refutation of. the Testimony of Dr.
Report of the London Association for the Relief of the labouring Poor
Sateet Literary Information . . 107,810,328,431,538,651
Semple's Observations made on a Tour from Hamburgh
Sketch of the History and Proceedings or the Deputies appointed to pro-
-tect the Civil Rights of the Protestant Dissenters
Sortes Horatiana; ;, . , j'
Sotheby's Song of Triumph ,
Southey's Carmen Triunvpbflle , . •• . . ■ . .
Sou they's Life of Nelson . •■.,,»
Stael (Madame la Baronne de) Del'Allemagne . ,
Stanficld's Essay on the Study and Couippsujon of Biography
Stewart's History of Bengal , ,' , ,
Stevens's Treatise ou Human Happiness . »
Tales of the Poor . * . ',
Taylor>»LMr«.) Maternal Solicitude for a Daughter's test Interest*
Thomson's Travels in Swede* ill the Autumn of 1S12 ".
Time's Telescope for 1814 .....
Toller's Sermon ou the Death of the .Rev. Samuel Palmer
"Vaughan's Account of an uncommon Appearance in the Flesh of a Sheef» 197
Wilberforce's Speeches on the Clause in the East India Bill fo. promoting
the Religious Instruction, fee. of the Native of British India ■ 536
Williams's Essay Qb the Equity or umue Uovernment, and the Sovereignty
of DiTiop few . i • . • . 28, 38*
*~pliE Publisher of the Eclectic Review, avails himself of the close of the half year, to announce the Volume just completed, as the first of a New Series of the Work: and he begs permissiou briefly to state the reasons which have induced the Proprietors deliberately to adopt this designation for their future Numbers.
It is now ten years since this Publication commenced. It originated in laudable and disinterested motives, and it was for a long time supported, at a considerable loss, chiefly by those few individuals by whom it was projected. The Work was professedly esta; blished 'on principles the most catholic, liberal, and benevolent.* It overlooked « the distinctions of sect and the niceties of theological • disputation, among pious Christians,' and 'disclaimed all party « views and personal interests.' 'To arouse the Christian world to. 5 a perception of the important influence which Literature possesses' « in obstructing or in accelerating the progress of religious truth « and human happiness, was a principal object' of the undertaking. Whatever discordance of character with these professions, whatever inconsistency of conduct may occasionally have been manifested, in any articles of the numerous writers who have been em