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No. XVI. “Triad."] Cudworth's Intellectual System. Parker's Free and Impartial Censure of the Platonic Philosophy, p. 113. Maurica's Indian Antiquities, vol. IV, p. 426.

No. XXII. “ Thirty times.”] Allix's “ Judgment of the Jewish Church against the Unitarians," p. 116, ed. 1699. See also, p. 119.

No. XXII. “ Decalogue.”] “That the plural word is used with the design of intimating a plurality in the Godhead, in some respect or other, it is strange that any one should doubt, who has observed, that it is used in places, in which if there be in truth no plurality in the Godhead, the inspired Writers must have been determined by the principles of their religion, studiously to avoid the use of a plural; especially as they had singulars at command. The plural is used in that very precept, which prohibits the worship of any God but one. “I Jehovah am thy Gods, that brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.”-“Be not unto thee other Gods beside me;" and in every subsequent part of the Decalogue, where God is mentioned, the plural word is introduced. In the second commandment, “ For I Jehovah am thy Gods.” In the third, “ Take not the name of Jehovah thy Gods in vain.”. In the fourth, “ The Sabbath of Jehovah thy Gods.” In the fifth, “ The land which Jehovah thy Gods is giving thee.” See p. 20, Animadversions on Dr. Geddes's Critical Remarks on the Holy Scriptures, printed by Wilkes and Taylor, 1803.

No. XXII, “ repetition.”] “ Hear, O Israel (saith Moses) Jehovah our God is one Jehovah." Deut. vi. 4, as translated by the late good and learned Dr. Randolph, p. 131, vol. II. "A View of our Blessed Saviour's Ministry.” The same passage is translated by Dr. Randolph thus also ; “ Jehovah our Gods is one Jehovah." This, adds (Dr. R.) if he did not hereby design to denote a Plurality of Persons in the Godhead, should seem to be a strange form of expression. P. 7.“ Vindication of the Worship of the Son and of the Holy Ghost," ed. 1775. “Let those, who have any doubt whether Elohim when meaning the true God, Jehovah, is plural or not, consult the following passages, where they will find it joined with Adjectives, Pronouns, and Verbs plural." P. 22. Ed. 1792. Hebrew and English Lexicon by Parkhurst, who refers to twenty-five texts, in the Old Testament, on this occasion. The same Expositor thus 'explains JEHOVAH—“the peculiar and incommunicable name of the Divine Essence (see Is. xliii. 8. Hos. xii. 4, 5.) subsisting in a Plurality, i. e. Trinity of Persons.” See Deut. vi. 4. xxviii. 58. Lexicon, p. 173.

No. XXXIX. “blasphemy.”] St. Mat. xxvi. 63—5. St. John X. 33. See “ The Divinity of Christ proved from his own Decla. · rations attested and interpreted by his Living Witnesses, the Jews;" in a Sermon, by Thomas Burgess, now Bishop of St. David's : preached in 1790.

No. XXXIX. “ Son of God.”] Allix, Chapter 17.

No. XLIII. “ appellation of Ayos."] Allix, Ch. 12. Kidder, Part III. Ch. v.

No. XLVIII. “ were denied.”] With the division of the Books in the New Testament into 'Ομολογεμενα, and Αντιλεγομενα, made by Eusebius, every student in divinity is acquainted. See also Grotius de Verit. Rel. Chr. iii. 3. and, “Illustrations of the Truth of the Christian Religion," by Edward Maltby, p. 32, sqq. Ed. 1802, where the discriminating marks, which distinguish the Genuine from the Spurious Gospels are pointed out with much learning and ingenuity.

No. XLIX, “in the four first Centuries.”] See “ A new and Full Method of settling the Canonical Authority of the New Testament,” by Rev. Jeremiah Jones. Vol. I. pp. 42, 62. Ed. 1798.

No. LIII.“ says Michaelis.") Michaelis's “ Introductory Lectures to the Sacred Books of the New Testament;" translated by Butler, afterwards Bishop of Hereford, in 1761.

No. LIV.“ Erasmus, or Crellius.”] See Mill's Note on Rom. ix. 5. Wolfii“ Curæ Philologicæ,” on the same passage. Michaelis in Butler's Translation ; p. 64. The same Professor's “ Introduction to the New Testament," translated by Marsh. Vol. II. pp. 387, 417, 471.

No. LX.“ the same duty.”] See Bishop Porteus's “ Lectures on the Gospel of St. Matthew.” Lect. xxiv. p. 335, &c. vol. II. Ed. 1802. Bishop Pretyman's “ Elements of Christian Theology." Part III. Art. i. p. 84. vol. II. Ed. 1799. Both these Writers found the Doctrine of the Trinity on our Lord's final commission in St. Matt. xxviii. 19; and with the strongest reason.

No. LXVIII. "Philopatris.”] Dialogue of Lucian so entitled. In vol. II. p. 998, Ed. Benedicti. Bishop Bull maintains this Dialogue to have been written by Lucian, in opposition to the opinion of Micyllus, who ascribes it to some more early Author. If how. ever it was written by some more early Author, it proves (to use Bp. Bull's words) " qualisnam fuerit Christianorum fides de ss. Trinitate, etiam sub Trajani imperio, diu ante Luciani tempora." Def. Fid. Nic. p. 69. Ed. 1721.

No. LXXXVIII. “ that he denied.”] See p. 377, “ Thesis," annexed to “ Illustrations of the Truth of the Christian Religion ;" by Edward Maltby, B. D. Ed. 1802.

No. XCVII.“ temper."] The several qualities here enumerated are all combined in that prime Scholar, acute Critic, excellent Man, and faithful Friend, Dr. Charles Burney; the Urbanity of whose Manners is equal to the depth of his Erudition; and both confessedly place him at the head of Literary Characters most emi. nent in this nation.

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Academy, Phillips, constitution of 307 Christopher, St. account of a hu-
Address to Ministers

303 mane institution at . 177, 222
Africa, South, mission to

29 Church's, Rev. Mr. Explanation
intelligence from 466 of God's covenant, review of . 214
Anecdote of Calvin .
21 Christian fortitude

93, 96
Voltaire

123
. . courtesy

236
Bishop Butler

ib. Coal mine, remarkable one 121
Rochester

210 Cockburn, Mrs. Memoirs of . 89
Bolingbroke 211 Conflict between the flesh and
Howard
314 the Spirit

16
Symons, Caroline 422 Cooper's Sermons on Predestina-
Sir R. Steele 456 tion, review of

23
Female Bookseller . 502 Correspondence

69
a man struck dumb ib. Covenant with God, its solemnity 158
Angel of God's presence, Christ Churches in New England, sur-
the
111

541
Appleton, Jesse, A. M. review of Comment on Romans Vth.

532
his sermon
268 Conference, Methodist

32
Arts of Error

148 Conversion of a family, remarka-
ble

554

Constans' Letters to a Brother . 13,
Baptist Mission, Bengal

31

61, 148, 289, 389, 435
Backsliding bemoaned
279 Creation, thoughts on

496
Bank, charitable

181
Baptism, public

. 264 Dana's Sermon, review of 215
of infants

267 Danger of being hardened by sin 154
Bible Society, British and For.

Death, preparation for

439
eign, account of

128 Deaf and dumb, account of 229
Bible, different editions of 131 Decalogue 87, 297, 341, 387, 486
Blasphemy against the Holy Decision, importance of

209
Ghost
442 Deist, conversion of

355
Buchanan, Walter, A. M. review

Deluge, universal, proofs of . 9, 58,
of his sermon

266

105, 150, 253, 343
Buckminster's Sermon, review of 171 Demons, remarks on 243, 495

Departure from the truths and
spirit of Christianity

209
Candour
122 Disputation

69
Capel, Lord, account of the exe- Divines, old, character of. 152, 493
cution of

233
neglected,

52
Catechism, Scripture, review of 212 Divinity of Christ

113
Charity School in Great Britain 32

ground of the Chris:
Charity in England

468
tian's hope

- 483
Candidates for the ministry ex-

Doctrine first attacked
amined

480
be errorists

542
Character of Hume's writings 352 Doctrines of religion disregarded 18
Chinese Literature .

228 Duelling, resolve of General As.
Christ, contemplations on . 206, 255 sembly against

28, 76
... obligations of believers Dufief, method of teaching lan-
to confess him

161
guages, review of

215
the Angel of God's Duties to the rising generation . 519
presence

111 Dwight's Sermon on Duelling,
Divinity of
113 notice of

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Eternal succession of men, idea Labrador, mission to

320
of, refuted

543 Last words of the Rev. Mr.
Excommunicated persons, how Hooker

121
to be treated

249
His epitaph

ib.
Execution of Lord Capel 233

Last day

134
Expediency, doctrine of . 159 Laws, Connecticut

36

Lebanon, Mount, account of . 170
Faith and obedience, connexion of 383 Lectures, Doddridge's 102, 152
Fame
· 349 Leipsick Fair

35
Fidelity

. 170 Letters to a Brother 13, 61, 148
Fleming, extract from

408

289, 389, 435
Frogments 29, 121, 170, 265, 313,

from Virginia
S55, 501

to the churches in Asia
Frank, . Professor, interesting

and Phrygia
sketch of

64

Extract, on the peculiar

doctrines of Revela-
Genealogies, Matthew's and

tion

542
Luke's

108

Extract, from Switzer.
Germany, distress in 467, 562

land on the state of re.'
Glenorchy, Lädy, Memoirs of 5

ligion.

548
God, character of . 589, 435

Extract from Sir H, M.
Gospel preached to the Jews 470

Welwood

70

Extract, from London. 275
Hall, Bishop, select thoughts

Extract, from R. J. Ser-
from

210
geant

227
Harvest

84

Extract, from the com-
Hooker, Asahel, A. M. review

mander of an English
of liis sermon

266
ship

512
Hocker, Rev. Richard, lasi

Extract, from the Dan-
words of

121
ish Secretary

513

. Extract, from Professor
Ignorance

122
Young

513
Immutability of religion

13, 61

Extract, from Capt.
India missions

462
Lewis

515
Intelligence, religious, philosoph- Library in Portugal

. 131
ical, geographical and litera.

Life of Mrs, Savage

193
ry 76, 85, 131, 133, 180, 182, List of New Publications 36, 37, 84
227, 229, 322, 328, 357, 361,, 369

133, 276, 323, 420, 51S
574, 415, 420, 514, 517, 563 Literary prohibition in France 228
Indies, mission to
31 Lucky Man, A.

51
Infant baptism.

267
Institution, charitable, of Prof. Maclaine, Rev. Archibald, Me-
Frank

64 moirs of
Irenæus, Life of

91, 143

Massachusetts Missionary Soci-

ety
Jay's Sermons, review of. 25, 70 Malta, paper at

521
Jerusalem

170 Methodists, their number
Jews, converted

320, 470 Millars, curious account of
Jews in Russia .

228 Ministry, the spirit of the 262
Jones, Sir William, life of, re- Missionary Society, account of
view

74 the Hampshire
Journal of Mr. Sergeant 270, 316, Missionary Society, Massachu-
367, 464 setts

77
Mrs. Cookburn

89
Karass, mission to

319 Missionary Station in South Af.
Kicherer's Narrative 29, 78, 173 rica

226
Life

321 Mission, accounts of, to South Af.
Voyage

469

rica 29, 129, 173, 226, 559
Knox's Principles of Eloquence 126 Mission to East Indies 32, 129 359,

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Mission to Otaheite
32 Register, monthly

419
to the West Indies 77 Religion.

29
S. and Ņ. America 78

necessity of maintain
Mission under General Assem-

ing just notions of 18, 65
bly of Presbyterian

immutability of 13, 61, 148
church

77
view of

35
in Africa

415

state of, in Presbyterian
Mistake in reading the scripture

churches in United
at church

. 115
States.

33
Mountains, height of 344, 345

state of, in Switzerland 548
Mounts, Lebunon and Tabor 170

experimental, on 200, 338
Mysteries

55 Report to the General Assembly 33
Observations on 109

of the Hampshire Mis-

sionary Society 272, 315
Necessity of just notions in re- ....of the Boston Associa-
ligion

65
tion

510
Negro, instance of fidelity in one 170 Religious Tracts

319
N. England churches, survey of 541 Russia, improvements and edu.
Newspapers in London . . 132 tion, state of, in . . 132, 133, 228
Obituary 38, 86, 134, 182, 230, 278, Savage, Mrs. Biographical ac.
324, 422. 471, 518, 565 count of

193
Obligation of believers to confess Schools, Sunday, Londop 321
Christ

161 Scotland, intelligence from 78
Observations on Heb. xii. 7. 99 Scripture, sketches from 7, 68, 203
Old Divines, neglect of 52, 102, 105 .. evil of attaching ludi.
Old Divines, on the

152

crous ideas to pas-
Ordinations 84, 133, 374, 565

115
... Remarks on 405,424, 471 Secret of the Lord with them
Organic remains of the former

that fear him

401
world
35 Select thoughts

210
Otaheite, intelligence from :
31 Septuagint

13'
Skepticism, wickedness of 9

Sketches from Scripture 7, 68, 2
Pagan Demons

243, 495 Smith's Letters to Belsham, re-
Paragua
35 view of

123
Paraphrase on Eccl. xii. i-

261 Society in Scotland for promoting
Periodical works in Great Bri-

Christian knowledge,
tain

account of . . 117, 166
Peter, the cause why he denied

for Missions to Africa
Christ

455
and the East

129
Planets, new

London Missionary 130
Perseverance, Saints

299

An extraordinary one in
Portugal, state of religion in 131

Holland

225
35

Resolution of, for pro-
Pompeii

321

moting Christian knowl.
Prayer, the nature, uses and ef.

edge in Scotland 276
fects of

196, 244 Massachusetts Missionary 77
Prcaching, on
170, 251 Speech of Indians

270
Providence
29 Spirit of the ministry

262
Pre-existence of Christ
446 Submission

122
Predestination
23 Sunday Schools .

32
Publications, new 36, 38, 133, 229 Surat, No. inhabitants, &c. . 31

230, 276, 278, 323, 420, 518 Survey of N. England Churches 541
Quacks in various walks of life 248 Tabor, Mount, account of ... 170

Tappan, Professor, sketches of
Redeeming time

347

1, 45, 137, 185
Refuge, house of

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