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The Profits will be given to Baptist Ministers' Widows.

CONTENTS.
Memoir of Mr. Jolin Joseph Stevenson 449 Meeting of the Eastern (Sonth Wales)
The Ganpowder Treason.
452 Association

479 On Covetousness..

460 Baptist Education Society, AbergaPoetry.. 462 venny

480 REVIEW.

ORDINATIONS, &c, Writers on Church Reform..... 463

480 Burls' and Wood's Sermons

468 Yarcombe, Devnu Aids to Developinent .. 469

481

IRISH CHRONICLE... The Sabbath Scholar's Friend

469 NEW PUBLICATIONS

470

MISSIONARY HERALD.
OBITUARY.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
Mrs. Sarah Smith

471
Calcutta

485
INTELLIGENCE.
Monghyr.

486
Port Maria (Jamaica)

487
FOREIGN.

List of Foreign Letters lately received 489
History of the Baptist Charches in Nova
Scotia ...

473

Home PROCEEDINGS.
DOMESTIC.

West Middlesex Missionary Uvion.... 489
Recent Death
474 Winchcomb..

489 Sattees 474 Oxfordshire..

489 Address of the Committee of the Se. New Mill (near Tring)

490 ciety for Promoting Ecclesiastical Contributions ....

490 Knowledge 479 To Correspondents

492

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LONDON:

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Communications have been received from Messrs. T. Wood, Dr. Winter, B. H. Clift, James Wright, B. Arnold, R. Joyce, Thomas Bickham, J. H. Brooks, J. Reynolds, J. R. Blakely. Also from J.-Q. R.-P.Q.--A Minister, and Ignotus.

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LIST OF LECTURES.

LONDON.

1. Lord's Day Morning.-Salters' Hall, Rev. J. Mack, of Clipstone.

Lord's Day Afternoon.-Salters' Hall, Rev. J. Mack.
Lord's Day Evening. -- Lower-street, Islingt Rev. J. Yockney. Shakes-

pear's Walk, Shadwell, Rev. J. Denton, Robinson's-row, Kingsland, Rev.
J. Campbell. Union-street, Borough, Rev. C. Woollacott. Stepney Meet-

ing, Rev. J. Hoppus, A.M. Higli-street, Deptford, Rev. Mr. 3. Tuesday Morning.--New Broad-street, Dr. Winter, “ Christians excited to

the practical remembrance of important Principles." 6. Friday Evening.-- Eldon-street Chapel, Finsbury, Rev. I. Mann, A.M. New.

court, Old Bailey, Rev. C. Carpenter.
8. Lord's Day Morning Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Giles.

Lord's Day Afternoon.-Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Giles.
Lord's Day Evening. --- Lower-street, Islington, Rev. A. Tidman. Shakes.

pear's Walk, Shadwell, Rev. C. Hyatt. Robinson's-row, Kingsland, Rer.
Dr. Henderson. Union-street, Borough, Rev. W. Broadfoot. Stepney
Meeting, Rev. R. Davis. High-street, Deptford, Rev. Mr. James.

New Works lately published by George WIGHTMAN,

24, Paternoster Row. Second Edition, in one vol. 12mo. with a Portrait, and a Map of the Burman

Empire, price 5s. A MEMOIR of Mrs. ANN H. JUDSON, Wife of the Rev. ADONIRAM JUDSON, Missionary to Burmah : including an Account of the Commencement and Progress of the American Baptist Mission in that Empire. By James D. KNOWLES, Pastor of the second Baptist Church in Boston, Massachusetts.

“ This is one of the most interesting pieces of Biography which has ever come under our notice. It possesses all the interest of fiction, the stirring qualities of romance. It excites emotions of the intensest order, while it communicates those principles of wisdom

and piety which are of the highest importance to the happiness of man.”—Particular Baptist Magazine, July.

“We have no doubt the Memoir of Mrs. Judson, including, as it does, the history of the American Mission to Burmah, from its commencement to the present time, will receive a most cordial and universal welcome."-Baptist Magazine, June,

“ It is a work replete with valuable materials, and one which will furnish an important addition to our stock of Christian Biography. Sincere and unaffected piety appears in every page, accompanied with an ardent desire to spread among the heathen the unsearchable riches of Christ."-Imperial Mag. Sept.

WILBUR'S REFERENCE TESTAMENT, FOR BIBLE CLASSES. In 12mo. Second Edition, from the Sixth American Edition, with three Maps,

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This Edition contains correct Maps of the Land of Canaar; the principal Travels of our Saviour; aod the Voyages and Travels of St. Paul; which will greatly increase the utility of the Work.

Also may be had separate, for the particular use of Sunday Schools, The GOSPEL according to St. MATTHEW, upon the same plan as the above, with a Key of Questions, Geographical, Historical, Doctrinal, Practical, and Experimental, &c. &c. In a stiff cover, price 6d.

USEFUL TABLES and MAPS, prepared to accompany the above ; consisting of a Table of Proper Names, accented for correct pronunciatiou-Geographical Table-Chronological Table-Table of Reference to the Prophecies-a Miscellaneous Table, and a Map of the Land of Canaan-of the principal Travels of our Saviour--and of the Voyages and Travels of St. Paul.

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“ This is, without exception, one of the most complete editions of the New Testament, on a small scale, that has yet issued from the press; and cannot fail, under the divine blessing, to promote a personal knowledge of divine truth. On every verse of the text appropriate inquiries are suggested to the 'reader, by means of references to a key appended to the volume. The tables are got up with great judgment and care, and will be found extremely useful, not only to the youthful reader, but also to the more advanced Christian.”. Christian Recorder, March 19, 1829.

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Works published by George Wightman :-continued.

RELIGIOUS TRACTS, &c.
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Pager.
Reasons for Early Piety
Vanity of Youth
Twelve Reasons against Sabbath Breaking
Solemn Address to the Spectators of a Baptism
Way of Salvation..
Now or Never..
Reasons for Believers' Baptism
The Mourner Comforted
Worth of the Soul
The Strange Sight
Conversion of John Price
Poor Joseph....
Scriptural Baptism
The Day of Salvation...

12 The Great Error Detected

12 A Compendious View of the Nature and Importance of Christian Baptism. By D. Taylor. 3d.

Professed Believers in Jesus Christ the only proper Subjects of Baptism, and Immersion in the water the only proper mode of Baptizing; in two Essays. To which are added Thirteen Queries on the Mode of Baptizing. 4d.

A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Kidd, on his Misrepresentations of the Sentiments of the Antipædobaptists, including a Review of his Treatise on Infant Baptism. Is.

Pengilly's Scripture Guide to Baptism. Is. 6d,
Pike ou Christian Baptism. od.
Craps on Baptismal Regeneration. 6d.
Rogers's Queries on Tufant Baptism Answered. 1s.6d.

Kinghorn's Brief Statement of the Sentiments of the Baptists on the Ordinance of Baptism. 2d.

Arguments in Support of Infant Baptism from the Covenant of Circumcision
Examined and shewn to be invalid. By the same Anthor, 4d.

Scriptural Arguments on the Divinity of Christ. By Ditto 3d.
Sketch of the Life of the Rev. Isaac Slee. By Ditto. 6d.

A. Scripture Manual, or a Plain Representation of the Ordinance of Baptism. By Samuel Wilson. 3d.

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Protestant Dissenters' Manual. 4 pages. 18. 6d. per hundred.
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Happy Poverty and Christian Frugality, exemplified in the Life of George
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Achan in the Camp of Israel. By Rev. I. Mann. 6d.
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CONTENTS.
Memoir of Mr. John Josepb Steven. Northampton Building Fund

522 soil

......... 493 Lincolnshire Home Missionary Society 523 Os Man's Repugnance to the Gospel.. 496 J.K. Hall's Address

500

ORDINATIONS, &c.
On the Terms Reverend and Divine 503 Shepherd's Burton, Frome..
Ou the Style of the Evangelists...... 506 Ford, Bucks

523
Poetry ...
507 Salisbury....

524
REVIEW.
Atch, Lench

524
Hempland, Stourbridge

524 Wood on Education ... 508 Notices

524 Jones's Lectures on the Apocalypse 513 Cottage Similes 515 IRISH CHRONICLE

525 New PUBLICATIONS

516

MISSIONARY HERALD.
INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
FOREIGN.

Calcutta
History of the Baptist Churches in Nova List of Foreign Letters lately received 533
Scotia

Home Proceedings,
DOMESTIC,
Departure of Missionaries

533
Recent Deaths
520 Mancbester ....

533 Human Sacrifices in India 520 Contributions

534 Ministerial Support... 522 To Correspondents

536

... 529

517

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