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Cornelius Brown, of Fenchurch-street,
London, cheesemnonger. Thomas Mitchelson, of Blenheim-street,
Oxford-road, Middlesex, builder and
Turveyor. Nathaniel Hayward, of the city chambers,
London, merchant. William Meggit, of King's-row, Black’s
fields, Southwark, merchant. Joseph Daniel, of' l'enzance, Cornwall,
linen-draper. Thomas Underhill, of Wolverhampton,
Staffordíhire, mercer. Aaron Moody of Southampton, Hants, and
Christopher Porter, late of Parliamentftreet, Westminster, Middlesex, mer
chants and partners. Thomas Holebeche, of the city of CovenDaniel Walker, of Newbold-lane, in the parish of Rochdale, Lancashire, woollen
manufa&urer. John Crow, of Castlehoward, Yorkshire,
innliolder. Miles Edward Wilks, of Greenfield-street,
Whitechapel, Middlesex, dealer in wines. James Simpson, late of Vine court, Spital
fields, Middlesex, dyer. William Edwards, late of Princes-street,
Rotherbithe, Surry, timber. merchant.
William Hichcock,of Birchin-lane, London,
printseller and bookseller. Aaron Moody, of Southampton, Hants,
merchant. Francis Lasnon, late of Great Pultney-ftreet,
Middlesex, merchant. John Wittich, of Hervey-buildings, in the
Strand, Middlesex, taylor. Jaines Amice Lempriere, late of the island
of Jersey, now of Broad-street buildings, London, and George Lempriere, of Broad
street buildings, merchants and copartJames Roberts, late of Liverpool, Lanca
Thire, merchant. Chriftiana Elston, now or late of North.
ampton, widow, ironmonger. Robert Webb Sutton, of New Sarum, Wilts,
innholder. William Hardinge, late of the Adelphi
Wharf, Middletex, coal-merchant. James Chew, of the city of Bristol, book,
seller. John Christie, of Northumberland-street,
Strand, Middlesex, carpenter. William Hunt and benjamin Slade, of Al
dersgate Kreet, London, distillers and co.
partners. Valentine Owen,of Llanlugen, Montgomery.
shire, dealer and chapman. John Proudfoot, late of Michurit, Sussex,
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Christian Barber of Barbican appears to be very converfant with the terms of his own
art, but to render his important communications acceptable, it is necessary, in fature, that he should pay a little respect to the rules of grammar.
Granville will excuse our not inserting his letter. The Editors of this Magazine are better pleased with sense than found; and imagine their readers are not quite se credulous, as to be captivated with the unmeaning cant of enthusiasm.
Pacificus might oblige us much more essentially than by offering a piece, which of itself would make a fixpenny pamphlet. We cannot by any means insert it on account of its length. The fame answer we are obliged to give Americanus, for his laborious endeavour to affist our work,
A Lover of Truth has in vain thrown down his gauntlet, in behalf of Dr. Priestly; we Shall not accept the challenge ; because we really intend to pursue the paths that lead to peace; apprehending the words of our Lord and Master" Ye know not what fpirit ye, are of—are, in general, too applicable to all religious disputants."
Admonitor's Essay on Christian Perseverance. Mr. Weddred's Paraphrafe. Adolescens ex Univ. Oxon. E. Coll.-A Copy of the Bishop of Rochester's Letter from Eusebius.-W.M. in answer to A Spinfer, “ Whether there be Ordination in Marriage."--A Translation of the Latin Verses in our last Number, by J. Sk-n, thall, if poffible, have a place in the next month's Magazine.
The only reason for postponing the Poem on the Covenant of Grace by J. C. is its extraordinary length. It is our earneft inclination to gratify this and other friendly correspondents, from whom we have received a variety of pieces, and have not had it in our power hitherto to find room for their infertion. We beg leave to pay our respects to these kind contributors, and to assure them, we are not conscious, that any thing is wanting on our parts to oblige them, and to deserve their valued esteem.
Commentarius ; Diftor; Edward S-ch; Miranda ; C. H.; Calvin; Anti-nomos; Dupin ; 3. Barclay; a Friend; Chriffi Amator; Episcopus; R. B-kr of York; W. M; One of many; and other favours, are come to hand, and shall have due attention paid to them. It is with great pleasure we acknowledge having received some kind hints from A conftant Reader, of which we fall endeavour to make a proper use.
The vision of Somniculus is not deftitute of merit, but it is not fufficiently finished. It is necessary that compositions of this kind be more than prettily written, and we think our correspondents themselves would blame us for inferting in the Christian's Magazinc what would neither redound to their own, nos to our credit.