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THE

PANOPLIST,

FOR

THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1808.

VOLUME THE THIRD.

CONDUCTED BY AN
ASSOCIATION OF FRIENDS TO EVANGELICAL TRUTH.

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Boston :
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ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.

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THE Editors of the Panoplist gladly embrace the opportunity, which the close of the third volume affords, to express their gratitude for the liberal patronage, by which the Christian community has continued to encourage and support this publication. Their hopes in this respect have been abundantly outdone. With humble satisfaction they reflect on the labour they have been called to perform, and the sacrifices of time, health, and ease, which they have found it necessary to make in this arduous work; especially, as they have reason to think that the Panoplist has been both acceptable and useful. it have really contributed to the defence of the truth, to the edification of the churches, and to the spread and influence of pure, practical godliness; they have their best reward. Compared with this, what would be the breath of popular applause, or the accumulation of wealth ?

For a long time it has been a subject of grief, that Christians have so little regard to the great evangelical principles, in which they all agree; that, on the other hand, they have raised to an undue importance those questions on which they differ; and that they have, in so many instances, cherished and manifested a spirit exceedingly distant from the meekness and gentleness of Christ. To the Editors these have appeared great evils. To counteract them has been their constant aim no less, than to expose the errors of infidelity, and the delusion and impiety of modern catholicism. From the evident effects of the Panoplist, they have the comfort to believe that their labour has not been in vain. These considerations, together with a respectable accession to their list of correspondents, and other new advantages, excite them to proceed, with increasing zeal, in the same work, not doubting but they shall receive the same generous aid from the public.

As the Editors are making new arrangements for publishing the Panoplist, and will, at the commencement of the fourth year, begin a New Series of numbers, it will be of special importance, that all arrearages for the three first volumes be settled. Subscribers and agents will, we presume, give a speedy attention to this subject.

And now, what remains, but for the Editors to suggest their pleasing belief that, even in these dark and perilous times, God is carrying on his own work, and fulfilling his precious promises to Zion. Better days are at hand. The church will soon shine' forth in millennial beauty and glory. And that desirable event will take place through the united and earnest labours and prayers of believers. Happy are they who, by the defence of the truth and the light of a holy example, are contributing to the instruction and reformation of mankind, and are thus hastening on the universal reign of IMMANUEL.

ESSAYS, INTELLIGENCE,OCCURRENCES,&C.

Page

ABOLITIon of the British Slave Anecdote of Sir R. Steele . 469

Trade

274

of Mons. Foscue 557

Academy of Arts and Sciences,

of the divinity of

Connecticut

383

Christ

ib.

Account of the Death of Lady Annual Report of the Hampshire

Huntington

54 Missionary Society

324

Account of the Origin and Prog- Answer to a question concerning

ress of the Mission to the Cher-

General Association

203

okee Indians, in a Series of Answer to Interesting Queries 162

Letters to Rev. Dr. Morse 39, 84, Appendix from Dr. C. Mather's

322, 416, 475, 567 Election Sermon of May 29,

Account of the Meeting of the 1700

532

General Association of Massa- Atonement, the Doctrine of 114, 155

chusetts Proper

88

496

Account of an Act of Parliament

for the Abolition of the Slave Backbiting

122

Trade

• 277 Baptist Missionaries, Progress of 421

Account of Rev. Dr. Gillies : 292 Baptist Missionary Society, Ex-

of the Pious Negro tracts from their periodical Ac-

Woman

318 counts

281, 332

of John Norton, the In- Baxter's Catalogue of seasonable

dian Translator 323 good Works

320

of the British Settle- Belden, Rev. J. Installation of

192

ment in New South Beza's Lines on Calvin

438

Wales

365 Bidwell, Mrs. Character of 479

of Middlebury College, Biography 1, 49, 97, 145, 193, 241

Vermont

476

289, 337, 385, 433, 481 537

of the Roman Catholic Biographical Sketch of Richard

Syrians in India 522

Devens, Esq.

239

of Latin Roman Catho- Bishop of London's Donation . 334
lics

523 Blackburn's, Rev. Mr. Letters to
of a Religious Society Dr. Morse 39, 84, 322, 416, 475,567
in New York

420 “Black Hole” at Calcutta, Ace

of the “Black Hole” at

count of

426

Calcutta

426 Boerhave, Anecdote of . 270

Accountability of Men for their Bradley, Mr. Epitaph on his

Faith

440 Three Daughters

144

Address of the Council of Cen. Brief Review of the Principal

sors of the State of Vermont 265 Controversies amongst Pro-
Address to the Churches and testants, with Remarks on the
Congregations of Vermont 380 Progress of Religion

164

Address to Content

288 Brief account of the British and

to Sleepers in the House Foreign Bible Society

232

of God

317 Britain, Great Relig. Intel. 91, 139,533

Africa, Religious Intel. from 278

Lit. and Philo. Intel. 334

African Institution

275 British and Foreign Bible Socie-

Alarm, The

336

ty

139, 232, 333

Anecdote of the late King of British Settlement in New South

Prussia

28

365

Anecdote of Thomas Doolittle 214 British Slave Trade, Abolition of 274

of Rev. Mr. Jay

ib. Brown, Rev. J. Extracts respect.

of a Sailor

266

ing

541

of Justice Hale 269 Buchanan's, Rev. D. Tour into
of Boerhave

270 the interior of India to inquire

of M. W-

407 into the state of the Syrian

Vol. III.--Index.

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