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On the Work of the Holy Spirit
An Appeal on Behalf of the Gypsies.. 277 Baptist Home Missionary Society.... 294
Francis Close's Sermons...
Dr. Henry's Letters
Writings of Bishop Hooper
Draper's Motherless Boy
Addis's Heaven Opened....
Hewlett's Scripture History
Fletcher and Barder's Sermons...".
290 Annual Meeting
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Communications have been received from Messrs. Wm. Rhodes, Jas. Hargreaves, P. Tyler, G. Tilly, C. Elven, F. Franklin, D. Phillips, S. Allison, Also from W. J.-G. C.— S. B. Pugh, Thomas Ramsay, and Wm. Jones.
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Fen Court, June 22, 1829.
Subscriptions received during the month for the Aged and Infirm Baptist Minis
3. Friday Evening.- Eldon-street Chapel, Finsbury, Rev. T. Eason. New. court, Old Bailey, Rev. C. Carpenter.
5. Lord's Day Morning.-Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Oxlad, of Bath. Bory-street, St. Mary Axe, (removed from Artillery-street) Rev. Mr. Stodhart. Carter-lane, Rev. B. Lewis.
Lord's Day Afternoon.-Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Oxlad. Lord's Day Evening. - Lower-street, Islington, Rev. J. Yockney. Shakespear's Walk, Shadwell, Rev. C. Hyatt, jun. Robinson's-row, Kingsland, Rev. J. Campbell. Union-street, Borough, Rev. I. Mann. Stepney Meeting, Rev. R. Vaughan. High-street, Deptford, Rev. Dr. Henderson. 10. Friday Evening. Eldon-street Chapel, Finsbury, Rev. J. Elvey. Newcourt, Old Bailey, Rev. C. Morris.
12. Lord's Day Morning.-Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Oxlad.
Mc. Upton. Carter-lane, Rev. Dr. Rippon.
Lord's Day Afternoon-Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Oxiad.
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11. The FALL of a GREAT MAN CONTEMPLATED; a Sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. W. Winterbotham, late Pastor of the Baptist Church, Shortwood, Gloucestershire, preached at Wellington, Somerset, on Sabbathi evening, April 12th, 1829. By JOSEPH BAYNES, formerly assistant Minister at Shortwood. 8vo. price 1s.
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STOR, LENCX TLDEN FOUNDE 1897.
Memoir of the late Mr. John Satchell.. 317
On the Parable of the Ten Virgins.. 323 Recent Death......
Doctrinal Opinions of the Quakers.... 342
Dr. Epps's Hora Phrenologica...... 331 Southern (Welsh)
New Model of Christian Missions.... 336
337 Bethany, Pembroke Dock
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