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INTELLIGENCE :-

INTELLIGENCE - continued.
Foreign.

Patriot Newspaper, 515
America, 76, 127, 225, 469

Petition to Parliament from the Board of
Continental, 193, 393, 533, 565, 610

Baptist Ministers, 229
France, 323, 514

Petition of the Society of Friends for
Jamaica, 176

the Abolition of Tithes, 374
Liberia, 276

Poplar, 376.
Domestic

Protestant Society for Protection of Re-
Abolition of Slavery, 375, 432, 471, 473

ligious Liberty, 178
Annual Epistle of the Society of Friends,

Dissenters, Resolutions, 279
424

Pulsford's Letter, Torrington, 130
Meeting of the Society for Relief

Resolutions, Protestant Dissenters, 279
of aged and infirm Protestant Dis-

Sabbath Day, Report of Committee of

the House of Commons, 29
senters, 326
Axbridge Sabhath Schools, 429

Sabbath Schools, 324, 376
Baptist Building Fund, 375

Slavery Question, 278
Home Missionary Society, 328

Society of Friends, 77
Magazine, a plan for extending

Resolutions and Memorial, 226
its circulation, 130

Abolition of, 432
Denominational Union Meeting,

Stepney College, 287, 376
326, 370

Temperance Society, 473, 514
Ministers' Education Society,

Wesleyan Missionary Society, 289
427

West Hants Meeting, 519
Bradford Academy, 427
British and Foreign Bible Society, 283

Irish CHRONICLE.
School Society, 286

Address to the Committee, 37, 133, 138,
Case of Appleby, Leicestershire, 286

181, 233, 289, 333, 381, 334 ,477,521,
of Mrs. Benwick, Montgomery, 331

569
of Herring's Family, 288

An Allegory, The Three Sisters, 133
of Uley, 36, 84, 179, 230

Annual Meeting, 333
Christian Instruction Society, 232, 473

Catechism of the Children at Castle
Church Missionary Society, 282

Cornell, 479
Day for United Special Prayer, 35, 84

Cholera, a hint suggested, 37
Denominational Information, 179

Contributions, 40, 88, 139, 184, 236, 292,
Supineness, 129

340, 384, 436, 480, 524,572
Deputation Resolutions on Slavery, 226 Letters from
Dissenters, Rep'rt of Committee of De-

Allen, Rev. J., 86, 137,
puties 78

139, 233, 235, 381, 433, 521, 569
List of, ditto 179

Bates, J. 234, 434, 523, 570
Brief Statement of the Case

Beaty, R. 39, 384
of, 80

Berry, T. 523
Ecclesiastical Knowledge Society, 284

Brennan, P. 382
Factory Children, 131

Cain, Eliza, 85, 433, 478
Irish Evangelical Society, 285

Carthy, Rev. J. M. 234, 383
Knibb and Borthwick, 32

Cross, S. 571
London Missionary Society, 285

Davis, S. 38, 135, 233
Memorial of Bible Society, occasioned

Dorcas, 138
by death of Rev. J. Hughes, 611

Ellis, Catherine, 134
Mission to Memel, 329

Glynn,P. B. 136, 183
Monument to Commemorate the Aboli.

Molony, J., 572
tion of Colonial Slavery, 612

Mullarky, R. 182, 235, 290,
Negro Emancipation, 280

477
New Selection Hymn Book, 331

Pengilly, R. 137
Nicholson's correctionof Misstatement,84

Ryan, 522
Obligation to attend a profitable Ministry,

Sweeny, P. 39.384
107, 159

Thomas, W. 87, 135, 289,
Oxfordshire Auxiliary Missionary So. 383, 522, 570
ciety, 515

Turner, J, 183

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INTELLIGENCE-continued.

New PublicATIONS, 36, 84, 132, 380, 432
Letters from Vatty, Mr. Mich. 289

520
Wall, W. 183, 291
West, J. 433

Notices, 180, 231, 287, 331, 475, 519, 618
C. R. 137

OBITUARIES AND RECENT DEATHS.
Wood, R. 13
Presbyterians in the North of Ireland, 435

Aikins, Mrs. E. 476

Anderson, Rev. W. 331
Index, 619

Bath, J. Esq. 132
JUVENILIA.

Barker, Rev. T. 232
A word by the way side, 15, 63

Beetham, Mrs. 232
Chronological regulations for Feb. 64

Belrey, Mrs. 563

Birt, Mrs. J. 422

.... March, 111
Pilgrims of the Nineteenth century, 112,

Blott, Mrs. S, M., 618
162

Clarabut, Rev. D., 618

Cox, Mrs. M. 174
MEMOIRS.

Davies, Mrs. M. 432
Anderson, Rev. W. 445, 489

Drew, Rev. S. 232
Barker, Rev. S. 49

Dyer, Mrs. S. 380
Miall, Rev. D. 201

Dyer, Mary, 380
Phillips, George, 537

Early, Rev. W. J. 331
Pratt, Mr. Thomas, 581

Evans, E. 565
Shenston, Rev. W. 401

Fordham, Mrs. M. A. 288, 369
Wilberforce, W. Esq. 1,55

Goodrich, Mrs. M. 180

Hepburn, J. Esq. 432
MISCELLANEOUS.

Hier, Rev. J. 232
Colonial Slavery, 127

Hill, Rev, R. 232
Extracts from Anthony Benezet's Me- Hodgkins, Rev. B. 332
moirs, 126

Huglies, Rev. J. 519

Key, T. Esq. 432
MISSIONARY HERALD.

Kingston, Mrs. II. 475
Contributions, 48, 96, 148, 190, 252,300, More, Mrs. H. 476
391, 444, 487,531, 579

Morgan, J. W.616
Correspondents, 96, 148, 192, 252, 341, Newitt, W. 519
392, 444,488, 532

Nichols, Rev. D. 476
Foreign.

Pain, Mrs. 288, 512
America, 248

Phillips, Mr. P. 288
Bahamas, 247, 441, 530, 579

Porter, Rev. J. P. 283
Belize, 250, 299

Rees, Rev. J. 84
Burmah, 91

Rushton, Mrs. P. 467
Calcutta, 141, 185, 293, 385, 481, 525 Saunders, Mrs. S. 423
Ceylon, 44, 90, 142, 296, 388

Shenston, Rev. W. 332
Digah, 43, 386

Simmons, Mrs. M. 83
Javah, 143

Smith, Rev. Abraham, 180
Jamaica, 45, 93, 144, 189, 237, 299, Soule, Mrs. 27,74
439, 527,577

Watson, Rey, R. 82
Liberia, 249

Wilberforce, W. Esq. 431
Monghyr, 41, 437, 576

Williams, Mr. T. 431
Patna, 387

Winter, Rev. Dr. 43)
Sewry, (Beerbhoom) 89, 575

Winterbotham, Mrs., 618
South Africa, 48, 143, 412
Wales, 484

ORDINATIONS AND CHAPELS OPENED,
Sulkea, 573,

Alderson, W. 378
Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Arrival, 530

Benham, S.517

Betts. H. 429
Home Proceedings, 192, 251, 293, 341, Brock, 430
442, 485

Collins, C. 132
Designation of a Missionary, 485

Coombes B. 430
Slavery Abolition Bill, 485

Cutcliffe, W.516

ORDINATIONS, &c.--continued.

Davidge J. 519
Dawson, J.518
Dickerson, P.517
Dyer, J. 287
Edwards J. 518
Evans, E., 565.
Freer, J. 378
Frost, - 429
Giles, W. Sen., 377
Green, J. 430
Hart, 430
Jones, D. 378
Miller, J. 378
Morgan, J. W., 616
Overbury, R. W. 430
Payn, D. 429
Powell, A. 517
Peters, S. 516
Rodt, M. De. 379
Smeed, J.518
Stranbridge, S. 132
Stonehouse, G. 518
Trimming J. 287
Webb, J.517
Winslow, 0. 516

ORDINATIONS, &c.-continued.

Maiseyhampton, Gloucestershire, 617
Midhurst, Sussex, 518
Newark, 518
Newport, Monmouthshire, 617
New York, America, 516
Norwish, 430
Pembroke Dock, 616
Preston, Lancashire, 377
Ramsgate, Hardres Street, 380
Ramsgate, Hardres Street, 567
Riekmansworth, 517
Rochdale, 288
Salem, Stockwell, 378
Steventon, Beds, 618
Stonehonse, 517
Stotfold, Beds. 132
Sutton, Yorks., 84
St. Austell, 430
Thaxtead, Park Street, 232
Tipton, Staffordshire, 617
Thoverton, Devon, 567
Upton-upon-Severn, 378
Walsall, 568
Warminster, 429
Wortwell, Norfolk, 430
Wincanton, Somerset, 566

POETRY.
Evening's Meditation on the Rainbow

Y. Z. 412
Invention of Letters, 502
Lord's-day Morning, 554
Morning Dream, Cowper, 111
Noah and his Family quiting the Ark

G. B. 360
Negro's Definition of Religion, 412
Poverty of Christ, 268
Submission under affecting; Domestic

Bereavements, G. T. 268
To the Memory of Mrs. H. More, 600
Worth of Life, 161.

Ashdoo, Essex, 567
Arlington, Gloucester, 617
Atileburgh, Norfolk, 430
Aylesham, 517
Bexley Heath, Kent, 132
Blakeney, Gloucestershire, 566
Blunham, Beds. 131
Brayford, 516
Brecon, 379
Buckland St. Mary, 378
Clapham, Surrey, 518
Cotton End, 429
Cranfield, Beds., 475
Coventry, 616
Cynwyd, Merionethshire, E65
Deansanger, Bucks, 566
East Harling, Norfolk, 617
Folkston Uphill, 475
Frome, 287
Great Gransden, 516
Great Yarmouth, 429
Haversordwest, 430
Inverne, Dorset, 519
Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, 287
London, Alie Street, 517
.........., Eagle Street, 430

New Park Street, Southwaik,
475
Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire, 378
Marston, 618
Middleton Cheney, 518

REVIEWS AND BRIEF Notices.

Abbott's Young Christian, 220
Abolition of Poor Laws, the Safety of -

the State, 322
Adshead's Narrative of the Wreck of

the Rothsay Castle, 364
Allnutt's Antiquity of the Baptists, 419
Althan's Scripture Teacher's Assistant,

368
A Mother's First 'Thoughts, 223
Anecdotes, Christian Graces, 512
An earnest Address to Parents on the

Treatment of Children, 26
Another Reform Bill, 222
Austin's, Sarah, Selections from the Old

Testament, 126

Reviews, &c.--continued.

Banister's Vocal Music, 26, 421
Baker's Teacher's first Lessons on Re.
ligion, 609

On the Creation, 609

On Scripture Characters, 609
Bedell's Important Questions to Wives

and Mothers, 604
Biblical Cabinet, 275, 511
Birt's Personal Religion Vindicated in

relation to Christian Baptism, 269
Bishop's Psalm and Hymn Tunes, 322
Bogue and Bennetl’s History of the Dis-
senters, 367

.... Essay on the Divine Authority of
the New Testament, 465
Brown's Travels of Seektruth, 562
Bulmer's, Brief Memorial of Vittle, 222
Bunting's Memorials of Watson, 418
Bulmer's Christian Catechism, 609
Bunyan’s Pilgrim's Progress, 464
Burder's Memoir of his father, 273
Barn’s Appeal, on Baptism, 321
Campbell's Letter to Bishop of Chester,

275
(arne's Lives of Eminent Missionaries,

223
Carlile on the Origin and Authority of

the Holy Scriptures, 553
Character of a Good Minister, 26
Charncock's Discourse on Mourning for

other men's sins, 73
Child's Repository, 222
Christian Manual, or, the Bible its own

Interpreter, 274
Christian Melodies, The Sabbath, 562,
Contents of the Holy Scriptures, 368
Colton's Tour of the American Lakes,

605
Cox's Lectures on Daniel, 361, 462
Coxhead's Reply to Thorn, on Baptism,

214
Clarke's, Dr., Commentary on the Scrip-

tures, 320
Cruickshank's Original Fables, 511
Curtis on the Authorized Version, 123
Davies on Ecclesiastical Establishments,

65
Davis' Discourse to Young Persons, 368
Dick's Improvement of Society, 555
Douglas' Address on Slavery, 368
Ellison's Letters to J. J. Gurney, Esq.

on Baptism, &c. 464
Ely's Winter Lectures, 121
Evangelical Biography, 466
Fielden's Funeral Sermon for Dr. A.

Clarke. 224
Family Book, 466
Fergus, the Testimony of Nature, and

Reviews, &c.--continued.

Revelation to the Being, Perfections

and Attributes of God, 562
First Steps to Latin Constrling, 511
Five minutes' advice on the Care of the

Teeth, 125
Ford's Original Psalm and Hymn Tanes,

275
Fulford's Plain Reasons in favour of

Infant Baptism, &c. 608
Answer to Ditto, by a Baptist, 609
Gallaudet's Child's Book on the Soul, 26
Georgiana and her Father, 610
Goodrich's Child's Book of the Creation,

517
Gregory's Memoir of Mason Good, 225
Haldane's Letters to the Bishop'of Salis.
bury 321

Reply to J. J. Gurney, on
Union with Socinians in Bible Society,

321
Hall, F, R., Regeneration and Baptism

considered, 275
Hall's Works, 113, 167
Happy Hours with Mamma, 275
Hamilton's Sermons, 601
Heap's Funeral Sermon, for Rees, 420
Henley's (Lord) Plan of Church Refuim,

65
Hill's Lectures in Divinity, 457
Hinton's Harmony of Religious Truth,

17
Hints to Young Mothers on the early

management of Infants, 275
History and Conversion of P. Harris, 421
Hopkins' Doctrine of the two Covenanis,

512
Hoppus' Sermon, Difficulty of Infidelity,

322
Horne's Manual for the A Micted, 125
Hurn's Hymns and Spiritual, 608
Ilvane’s Evidences of Christianity, 368
Ive's Principles of the Baptists, 214
Ivimey's Thanksgiving Sermon for Aboli.
tion of Slavery, 510

Life of Milton, 163

Life of Killin, 123
Jackson's Memoir of Rowland Hill,

466
Jamaica, Narrative of recent events re-

specting our Missionaries, 317"
Keyworth's Ancient Chronology, 173
Lachlan's Narrative of the Conversion

of Cook the Murderer, 26
Lay Testimony to the Truth of the Sacred

Records, 23
Lectures to Young Men on the Forma-

tion of Character, 24
Library of Eccles'astical Knowledge, 217
Reviews, &c.--continued.
Life and Character ofGerhard Tersteegen
466

Literary and Religious, of Dr. A.
Clarke, 506

and Travels of the Apostle Paul,
421
Man's Ability and Obligations illustrated,

&c., 17
Meditation with Self-examination, 224
Memoir of the Life of Mathias Bruin,
221

John Mooney Mead, 73
Miller's Catechism on the Ņature of the

Christian Church, 322
Memorials of Rev. T. Stevenson, 120
Miniature of Buddhism, 322
Missionary Records, 368

Reform, 173
Mitchell's Sermons, occasioned by the

Death of Rev. Dr. Dick, 322
Moore's Remains of Howels, 417
Morris's Biographical Recollections of

Hall, 414
Morison's Portraiture of Infidelity, 72
Narrative of recent events connected

with the Baptist Missionaries in

Jamaica, 317
Oxford Academical Abuses Disclosed,

65
Payson's Sermons for Christian Fami-

lies, 420
Pegg's India's Cries, 220
Pocket Books,

Ruffe's Improved Series, 26

The Christian Ladies Union, 26
Pullok's Tales of the Covenanters, 420
Phillips's Death Destroyed, 610
Philip's Manly Piety, 562
Reed's Charge at the Ordination of Ata

kinson, 123
Reed's Rolls Plume, 512
Religion and Politics, by a Manufacturer,

219
Report of Select Committee of House of

Commons, on the Abolition of Slavery,

REVIEWS, &c.--continued.
Sargeant's Life of Rev. T. T. Thomason

466
Scripture Questions, 609
Shillitoe's Affectionate Address to the

King, 25
Sibree's Ecclesiastical Lectures, 221
Sillery's Discourse on the sufferings of

our Saviour, 561
Spirit of Sectarianisin, 459
Sprague's Lectures on Revivals of Reli.

gion, 71
Steane's Prayer the Christians Relief
in Trouble, 607

Christ, the first-fruits of the
Resurrection, 607
Stovel's Letter to Lord Henley, 65
Stuart's Translation of the Romans, 503
Sunday Readings for the Young, 73
Sunday School Union, 368
Sutton's Short Sermons, 121
Taylor's Life of Cowper, 274
The Voice of Humanity, 225

Excitement, 24

Vale of Light and the Vale of Death,
125
The Christian's Portion, 609
Thom's Assurance of Faith, 603
Thorn's Christian Liberty, 322
Thorn's Modern Immersion, not Scrip-

lure Baptism, 214
Thoughts on the Millennium, 466
Timpson's Sailors' and Soldiers' Friend

609

Tinson's Christian Directory, 125
Tourist, a Literary and Anti-Slavery

Journal, 72
Vindex's Church Reform, 421
Ward's, (Valentine) two Sermons, 26
Watson's Dissent the Cause of God
and Truth, 421

Holy Eucharist, 73
Wati's Guide to Prayer, 224
Weekly Visitor, 512
Weymouth's Naval and Military Hymn

Book, 69
Wilcox's Religion of Taste, 25
Williams's Private Life of Christ, 271
Williams' Vegetable World, 561
Wood's Essay on the Snares of Religious

Profession in the Metropolis, 225
Young's Sermons, with Brief Memoir,

171

116
Revivalist, 222
Richmond's, Legh, Domestic Portrai-

ture, 415
Rutherford's Maternal Sketches, 218
Roberts' Testimony for Pure and Unde-

filed Religion, 609

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