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T.

U.
Tatian, the Syrian, his doctrinal Unitarianism, of the early Christians
opinions, 26.

and Fathers, 24 et seq. - vindicat-
Tertullian, his opinions on the Su- ed against the charge of skeptical

premacy of the Father, 31 et seq. and infidel tendencies, 178–195.
Theophilus of Antioch, his doctrines, Unitarian writers, female, notices of

27 — first Christian writer who some works by them, 139 et seq.
used the term trinity, 28.

Upham, Charles W., his Lectures on
Theophilus the Alexandrian, causes Witchcraft, reviewed, 240-259.

the writings of Origen to be con-
demned, 58.

V.
Toogood, Mrs. Charles, notice of her Vivian Grey, a plagiarism in, from

Religious Prejudice Overcome, Fuller, 21, note.

with extracts, 145 et seq.
Traditions of Palestine, or Times of

W.
the Saviour, by Miss Martineau, Walsh, Rev. R., his Notices of Bra-
noticed, 292.

zil, reviewed, 150, 168.
Trinity, rise and progress of the, 25 Wilson's Art of Rhetorick, amusing

the term first used by Theophi- extract from, 9, note.
lus of Antioch, 28.

Worcester, Noah, notice of his Let-
Tucker's Light of Nature, reviewed, ters on the Causes and Evils of

323-337 – various estimates form- Contention, 60–70 — extracts from
ed of its value, 324 — letter of Sir the same, 61 et seq. — notice of his
James Mackintosh concerning it, work on the Atonement, 312.
324 — sketch of Tucker's life, 325
- remarks on his great work, 329

Y.

Young, Alexander, his Library of

the Old English Prose Writers,
Vol. I., reviewed, 1-22.

et seq.

END OF VOL. XI. - N. S. VOL. VI.

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