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mouth harbour

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to objections brought for-
ward against the education

544
Innate ideas, or principles, the

existence of, disproved by
Locke

54
Instance of deliberation in the

Gibraltar monkeys - 211
Instinctive habits of animals al-

tered by human intercourse

and differences of situation 48
Internal and external objections

to Mr. Campbell's scheme of
education

346
Intolerance, the charge of, ap-

plies to the Roman Catholic

priesthood, as a body 663
Invocation to the Scotch novel-
ist

296
Islamism, ingenious reasoning
in favour of

24

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Habitual desecration of the

Lord's day in France - 248
Heathen, sentiments respecting
the conversion of the

32
High church persecutors of true
religion

worse than
heathens

238
History and fate of the Jesuit
Garnet

638
Hospitality of captain Charles
Daniell

382
Hydrostatics, antiquity of the
science of

167

are

I.

J.

cess of

If the Unitarian teacher be li-
censed to solemnize

mar-
riages, other teachers must
be licensed also

440
Incestuous intercourse of Buo-

naparte with the daughter of
Josephine

- 280
Indian character, calumnies of
the French in relation to the 64

prince, court of an 65

princess, striking pic-
ture of female generosity in

66
Indians, progress of Christianity

Jesuitical Christianity, ill suc-

8
Jesuit, picture of a

635
Jewish doctors, their writings

furnish an evidence of the
strong hold which the doctrine
of types must have taken
upon the imagination of that
nation

- 234
Jews, the, had the very evi-

dences which modern unbe-

lievers declare sufficient 129
Judas Iscariot, able apology
for

141

an

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peror Paul

Indian chief, reply of an 78
Indifference to religion, gene-
ral

126
Indignation of Buonaparte at
the assassination of the en-

278
Inexpediency of asserting that

the Jews had no knowledge
or suspicion that the service
of their Temple was only figu-

rative and prophetical 233
Infallibility of the head of the

church does not extend to

his English representatives - 182
Infant schools, objections ur,
ged against

488
Ingenious argument in answer

L.

Leading features of a good and

faithful servant of the Lord,
sketch of the

667
Letter from marquis of Worces-

ter to the duke of Beau-
fort on the ingratitude of
Charles II.

526

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Magisterial office, importance

N.
of the

106
Mahometan objections to the
Bible, futility of

30

Napoleon Buonaparte described

by the prophet Daniel - 245
Magnanimity of lord Glamorgan 525

Native schools in India, esta-
Margaret Sibbald, laughable

blishment of

22
anecdote of

154

Nature and character of Christ,
Maria Louisa's accouchement,

the whole fabric of Arianism
Fouché's account of · 288

is built on a false view of the 587
Mechanical science, progress of 166

375,

Novella, origin of the term
Mechanics and hydrostatics,

progressive advance of 164
Mechanics' Institutions, pro-

0.
355
should

Obligation of forming children
be managed by the upper to early habits of piety and
classes
359 devotion

· 102
inves-
Ode to Secretary Bodkin

298
tigation of the nature of 491 On the duty of keeping up a
Melancthon, interesting anec-

sense of sin in our minds 545
dote of -

- 259 Oppression of the North Ame-
Memorial of the marquis of rican Indians by the Spa-
Worcester's piety

535 niards, French, and Dutch,
Men, and not heaven, the au-

remarks on the

63
thors of their own sin 556 Oppression the watchword of
Method of salutation among

Orangeism

320
the Arabs

619 Orange curate, description of
Methodism,comprehensive view

632
of the rise and progress of - 262 Orffyrean wheel, description of
Mina, general, actions fought

the

530
by, in the Peninsula 108 Origin of the word Pagan

479
Miracles claimed in the Catholic Original letter from sir

Thomas
church, a constant succession More to cardinal Wolsey

57
: of.

186

from Mr. Recorder
Misinterpretation of St. Mark Fleetwood to Lord Treasurer
xvi, 5, 6, 7,8
139 Burleigh, on the police

59
Missionaries, their qualifications

from James I, to
should be ascertained, and

his eldest son

61
their respective posts assign- Original sin and the remission,
ed by the church

through the blood of Christ,
Missions, barbarous conduct of shock the prejudices of the

the Spanish North American 74 philosophical unbeliever - 230
Modern Athens, as applied to

Our Lord's address to Mary in
Edinburgh, an abuse of lan-

the garden explained

140
guage

148

divinity, the doc-
Monasteries, Bede's account of 184 trine of, lies at the very root
Monkeys in red caps

594

208
of Christianity

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Parable of the sower, untheolo- Queen Hynde, Invocation to the
gical way of speaking of the 241 Fairy Queen

92
fig-tree, expla-
nation of some circumstances
touching the

613
Parallax of the fixed stars, re-

R.
marks on the

- 473
Pascal, gallant conduct of col. 267 Reappearance of M. Encke's
Pastorini's prophecies, circula-

comet at Paramatta - 470
tion of, in Ireland

100 Reason and scripture, laugh-
Pilgrimage of Helon, author's

able reconciliation of

140
design

132 Recrimination is a kind of con-
Police of France supported by fession. By sensible minds,

taxes on gambling and pros- and good hearts, it is disap-
titution
282 proved

664
Politics and prophecy, grotesque

Reflections on the duty of a sin-
mixture of

249 cere submission to the autho-
Polypus, reproductive powers rity of the civil magistrate - 105
of the

42 Reformation, remarks of Milton
Pope, the authority of the, not

- 436
in high esteem among the

sublime reflections
English Catholic laity 197

460
Popish priesthood, the spirit of Relative merits of the Green-

that body unchanged 176 wich and Dublin instruments 476
Portuguese, odd customs of the 213 Religion, discovery of great im-
Practices inconsistent with the

portance to

219
purity and dignity of the Repentance not compatible with
church
- 265 infallibility

- 272
Predestination and fate, distinc- Restless irritability for accom-
tinction between

135 modating passing events to
Present state of astronomical

the predictions of inspiration 243
science

464 Retreat of the army of Barclay
Preservation of copper from

de Tolly, admirable

629
oxidation, researches relative Return of the French army over
to the, by sir H. Davy 598 the field of Borodino

631
Primitive Christian church was Review of the French troops
modelled after the pattern of

after the battle of Valoutina - 627
the Jewish synagogue

301 Roman Catholic faith in Cunne-
Problem of flying, the, may be

marra, predominance of the - 96
accomplished

531

priests, influence
Profaneness to which supersti-

and general conduct of 97
tion, united with pride, may

refusal of a, to
lead its votaries

220 administer the holy viaticum 99
Professor, a, of Oriental lan-

the, places tradi-
guages in Bologna

332 tion and Scripture upon a
Protestant communion is armed

level

189
on the right hand and the

clergy, avarice
left, the,

326
of the regular

201
religion in India,

not excluded on
progress of the

9 account of their theological
grounded on

tenets, but because they are
the Bible
433 Papists

644

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The horn an emblem of power

throughout the East - 618
Sacrifice, the divine appoint- The Reformation was not the
ment of, was virtually inclu-

curse which our Roman Ca-
ded in the appointment of

tholic brethren represent it
the sabbath
571 to have been

600
Sacrifice, reasons for believing The Almighty speaks to his
the divine origin of

576 creatures by his works as
Sacrifices existed before the

well as by his word

567
law, both criminal and pia- There is a broad and marked
cular

577 distinction between an event
Schism; the tyranny and usur-

and the moral conduct that
pation of the pope the root produces it

554
of that evil

204 There never was any such
Scott, sir W., character of 150 thing as mere natural reli-
Scottish artisans, pursuits of 161 gion in the world

565
Sentiments. of the church of They who fabricate a religion
England, as opposed to Arians

which cannot be found in
and Calvinists

592 Scripture, fall into fresh per-
Sincerity of the clergy of the plexity at every step,

591
church of England asserted - 430 Toricelli, famous experiment of 168
Socinian errors combated with Transubstantiation; such

great spirit and ability 127 doctrine can be discovered in
Southey's statement, remarka- the records of the primitive

ble confirmation of Mr. 199 Anglo-Saxon church 183
Spanish guerillas, interesting
account of

· 266
Spirit of disaffection among the

V.
Irish, plausible account of
the

634 Velocity with which sound tra-
St. Matthew's gospel, comment

vels through the atmosphere,
upon the conclusion of 142 remarks on the

- 597
Superstition is the abuse of Version of the 137th Psalm - 254
religion

- 575 Vis viva and the vis mortua,
Supposed improvement in the controversy respecting the 165

modern disciple of Rome,
remarks on the

646

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