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POETRY continued.

Prosecution of infidel writings defended,
Mother's Lament for a Infant Daugh- 249, 318, 388, 793

ter, by J. Montgomery, Esq., 824 Proselytism, 114
Mount of Olives, 71

Prospectus of the Third Series of the
Ode for the opening of the new year, 69 Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, I
Ode to Britain, 550

Prosperity of religion in various places,
On Forgiving Injuries, 483

50, 117, 184-187, 258, 320-322, 731
On Matt. viii. 20.... 72

Protestant Schools in France, danger of,
Redemption, 140

115
Retrospective Lines, 344

Public baking on the LORD's Day con-
The Disappointment, 139

demned, 365
The Garden of the Grave, 208

Public Meetings in London, 257, 389,
The Grave, by B. Barton, Esq., 551 394-observations on, 386
The Irish Boy and the Priest, 552 Public worship, on the attendance of
The Martyr's Crest, by J. Edmeston, children and young people at, 442.

139
The Nativity, 823

Quarterly Review, some mistakes in that
The Seasons, 208

publication noticed, 98.
To a Dying Infant, 207
Translations of three epitaphs, from Reason insufficient without Revelation,
the Latin, 756

19
Verses in memory of a young female, Recent Deaths, 138, 207, 273, 342, 414,
755

482, 618, 686, 754, 821
Poor-laws, remarks on, 44

Rechabites, fulfilment of the prophecy
Popery, distinguishing characteristic of, (Jer. xxxv.) concerning them, 733
115

Registers of children's baptisms, Mr.
Population of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilks's observations on, 716
513

Reid, Dr., anecdote of, 736
Porter's “ Pleasures of Home" noticed, Religion, experimental, a prominent doc-
659

trine of the early Methodists, 165
Porter, Sir R. K., extract from his Religious Establishment, advantages of,
“ Travels," 444

to a country, 240
Porteusian Bibles noticed, 248

Religion at home, imperfect state of,
Port of London Society, public meeting described, 40-causes of it, 40;
of, 462

state of, in the Wesleyan Con-
Prayer-Book and Homily Society, public nexion, 117 ; prosperity of, in va-
meeting of, 390

rious places, 50, 117, 184-187, 258,
Prayer for the out-pouring of the HOLY 320-322, 731-733

SPIRIT, 51, 228, 782,795—resolutions Religion, its importance to states, 43-46
concerning, adopted at the Meeting of Remedy for curing the effects of the bite
the First London District, 320-ditto of a mad dog, 719
approved and adopted by Conference, Revelation necessary, 19, 226
589

REVIEW OF BOOKS.
Praying to Jesus Christ, on, by the Baxter's “ Practical Works," 307

Rev. W. Jenkin, of Mylor, 91, 158 Burder's “ Mental Discipline," lll,
Preacher, Methodist, letter from, to an 246
old member of the Society 302

Chalmers's “ Christian and Civic Eco-
Preacher, The, or Sketches of Original nomy of Large Towns," 40, 105,
Sermons, noticed, 658

174, 237
Preachers, two schools of, in Iceland, Horne's “ Introduction to the Critical
233

Study and Knowledge of the Holy
Providence of God to be recognized in Scriptures," 373, 447
public affairs, 48

Jackson's “Life of John Goodwin,"
Psalms, Old Version, by Sternhold and 382
Hopkins, account of, 651

Jowett's Christian Researches in the
Precautions in accidents occurring by Mediterranean," 721, 787
fire, 188

Lancaster's “ Life of Lady Maxwell,”
Prevaricator, awful death of a, 99

381
Priestley, Dr., his objections to the doc- Leifchild's “ Lectures on the Beati-

trine of Christ's divinity answered, tudes," 727
159-163

Townley's “Illustrations of Biblical
Prison-discipline, remarks on, 582

Literature," 450, 517, 575, 651
Profanation of the Sabbath, proposed Townsend's Arrangement of the Old
efforts to diminish, 253

Testament,” 308
Prophecy, fulfilment of, 28, 733-736 Ward's “ Farewell Letters," 177, 242
Prophecy, one of the evidences of re- Wesley's Christian Library,” 306
vealed religion, 378

See also NOTICES OF Books.

Roberts, Rev. T., address written by him, , Singers, useful bints tp, 31-34

recited at the opening of the new Sketches of Sermons noticed, 317

school-room at Kingswood, 687 Slave-trade, reprobated, 581-Mr. Wes-
Robinson, Rev. R., of Cambridge, epi- ley's opinion on, 719
taph by, 140

Sleepers in God's house reprored, 234
Robinson, Abp., and the Rev. C. Wesley, Sleigh's“ Infant Hosannas" noticed, 181
anecdote of, 783

Smuut in wheat, 120
Rowland, Mrs., memoir of, by her Societies. See the names of various so-
husband, 213, 282.

cieties in their alphabetical order.
Russia, progress of religion in, 322. Society for the Building and Enlargement

of Churches, public meeting of, 464

Sounds, increasing audibility of, in a cold
'Sabbath-breaker, awful death of one, 171 atmosphere, 52
Sabbath, proposed effort to diminish the South Africa. Journal of Mr. Kay at
profanation of the, 117, 253

Leetakoo, 58-letter from Mr. B.
Sabbath-School Society in Glasgow, 107 Shaw at Cape Town, 126-journal of
Sacred Harmony noticed, 112

ditto at Cape Town, 471-journal of
Sacrifices, human, offered in war to Mr.W. Shaw at Salem, 126,671, 801-

heathen gods, 133, 134-enjoined by letter from ditto at Salem, 261-jour-
the Hindoo superstition, 244

nal of Mr. Edwards, among the Na-
Sarah, Abraham's wife, circumstances in macquas, 191, 606-letter from Mr.

her life not duly appreciated, 642 Threlfall at Cape Town, 607—dilta
Schools in France, 115

from Mr. Archbell, 669, 670
Scotland, advantages of, in a moral and South India. Letter from Mr. Horner at
religious point of view, 109

Bombay, 53—from Mr. Close at
Scriptures, Holy, their value, 22, 23, Madras, 54—from Mr. Hoole at Ban-

308-account of various translations galore, 55—from Mr. Mowatt at ditto,
and editions of, 453, 518, 652-ac- 56—from Mr. Judson (American

count of the authorized version, 654 Baptist Missionary) at Rangoon, 545
Scripture language, ludicrous use of, in -from Messrs. Reere and Chambers

matters of common lise, condemned, (Baptist Missionaries) at Bellary, 749
173

-- from the junior Brethren of the
Scorners admonished, 640

London Missionary Society at Cal-
Scotland, annual meeting of the Netho- cutta, 750
dist Ministers of, 584

South Sea Islands. Letter from Mr.
Scottish Missionary Society, 610, 679 Henry, concerning Raivaivai, 65-
Seckerson, Rev. A. B., his memoir of the letters from the Rev. D. Tyerman
late Rev. J. Brittain, 757

and G. Bennet, Esq., at Eimeo and
Seneca Indians, in North America, letters Taheite, 677, 688,812. See also see

from, to their friends in England, Zealand.
395-397 — American Mission among South Wales. See New South Wales.
them, 199

Speculum Humane Salvationis, account
Seringapatam, opening for Missionaries of, 575
at, 54

Speech, plainness of, a characteristic of
SERMONS.

the early Methodists, 97
Burdsall, Rev. J., on 1 Pet. i. 11.... Stations of the Wesleyan-Methodist
700, 764

Preachers in Great Britain, 590-597
Burgess, Rev. J. sen., on Heb. xi. -in Ireland, 598—of the Wesleyan
17-19.... 560, 632

Missionaries, 681
Clarke, Rev. Dr. A., on Luke x. 27 Steam-carriage, newly invented by Mr.
287

Griffith, 188, 736
Emory, Rev. J., on 1 Cor i. 21-24....

Steinkopff, Rev. Dr., his speech at the
19, 83

anniversary of the Wesleyan-Metho-
Fletcher, Rev. J., on Ezek. xxxiii. 7-9 dist Missionary Society, 405
153, 216

Stephen, James, jun., Esq., his speech
Stephens, Rev.J., on 1 Peter i. 12.... at the anniversary of the Wesleyan-
426, 498

Methodist Missionary Society, 401
Sermons, Four, on“ CHRisT the Son of Stephens, Rev. J., his sermon on 1 Peter
God” noticed, 729

i. 12.... 426, 498:-his speech at the
Shetla:d Islands, Preachers sent there, Anniversary of the British and Foreign
589, 730

Bible Society, 531
Shipwreck, account of a late extraordi- Sternhold and Hopkins's Version of the

Psalms, account of, 651
Shungce and Whycatoa, New Zealand Slokoe, Mr. James, of Chatershaugh,
Chiefs, 125, 605

memoir of, by the Rev. W. Clegg, 352
Singing, Congregational, Rev. R. Watson Students in Theology, general advices to.

246, 247, 449

nary, 103

on, 30

..... ii. 3...

Sunday dinner-parties condemned, 367 TEXTS ILLUSTRATED continued.
Sunday School Union, public meeting of, Acts ii. 4.... 95
463

ii. 47.... 643
Sunday-schools, remarks on the danger of xiii. 7.... 377

their becoming secularized, 109-111, xvi. II, 12.... 377
789-- application of the principle of xvii. 22, 23... 27
locality recommended to them, 175— Rom. ii. 14.... 641, note
advantages of, to a nation, 241-should

v. 20.... 709
be visited frequently by Ministers, 443

xi. 24.... 641, note
Sunday-tolls, exemption from, 665

xv. 4.... 643
Surinam Frog, description of the, 101 1 Cor. i. 21-24.... 19, 83
Switzerland, account of the Missionary

xiii. 5.... 713
Society at Basle, 476.

Eph. ii. 3.... 640

iii. 3.... 643
Tatham, Mr. E., his verses on Belshaz- Col. i. 15.... 643

zar's Feast, 343-on Goliah, 620 Heb. xi, 17-19.... 560, 632
Taylor, Rev. Samuel, memoir of, by the 1 Peter i. 11.... 700
Rev. John Riles, 621, 689

i. 12. ... 426, 498
TEXTS ILLUSTRATED.

iii. 6.... 642
Gen. xv. 1.... 642

Jude, ver. 4.... 643
xvi. 12 .... 235

Rev. i. 15.... 571
xli. 1, 2, & 47.... 779

Thief reclaimed, 303
xliii. 32.... 167

Thomson, Rev. Andrew, of Edinburgh,
xlvi. 34.... 167

extract from his “ Sermons," 780
Exod. i. 11.... 780

Thornton's “ Anecdotes" noticed, 181
730

Tickets, Methodist, caution respecting,
..... v. 6-29.... 778, 780

782
Numbers xi. 5,6.... 778

Time's Telescope for 1822 noticed, 46
Deut. iv, 15.... 779

Towers in Jewish vineyards, Mr. Buck-
.... .xxviii. & xxix. .... 29

ingham's description of, 712
Josh. X. 12.... 231

Townley, Rev. J., his “ Illustrations of
2 Sam. xxiv..... 28

Biblical Literature" noticed, 46-re-
1 Kings vi. 29.... 166

viewed, 450, 517, 575—his account
2 Kings ix. 33.... 445

of the ancient Zabii, 504
xvii. 4.... 380

Townsend, Rey. G., his “ Arrangement
Job xix. 24.... 451

of the Old Testament" reviewed, 308
Psalm xlvi. 4.... 712.

Tracts noticed, 385
.. li. title, & ver. 18, 19.... 28

Tracts, Religious, on the distribution of,
... lxviii. 17, 18.... 768

228, 257
.. cxxvi.... 368

Tract Society, Religious, public meeting
Isai. i. 8.... 778

of, 464
.... xiv. 18.... 778

Translations of the Holy Scriptures, ac-
xxii. 16.... 778

count of, 453, 518,652
.... xlii. 24.... 778

Travancore mission, 807
Jer. vi. 20.... 778

Treffry, Rev. R., his “ Parental Por-
.... viii. 20.... 779

traiture" of his Son noticed, 47
viii. 23.... 236

Turkish Empire, observations on, 49
.... xv. 18.....305, note

Turner, Mr. John, of Redditch, memoir
.... Xxxv. 19.... 733

of, by the Rev. C. Hulme, 424.
.... xlvi. 7, 8, & 22, 23.... 780
Ezek. viii. 8-10.... 778

Usher, Abp., anecdote of, 37.
xxxii. 7-9.... 153, 216
Matt. ii. 42.... 369

Van Diemen's Land. Society formed
vii. 7, 8.... 98

there, 57, 58. Letters from Messrs.
viii. 20.... 72

Leigh and Walker at Hobart Town,
xxviii. 19.... 94

261-263—from Mr. Nokes at Hobart
Mark ii. 25.... 570

Town, 263—from Mr. Horton at
.... V. 2, 3, 5.... 778

Hobart Town, 504
xii. 1.... 712

Variations in the public recital of the Lord's
Luke x. 27.... 287

Prayer condemned, 37, 173
.....X. 42.... 569

Verse, legal, curious specimen of, 652
John viii, 1.... 72

Vesuvius, account of a late eruption of,
viii. 58.... 93

323
xiii. 34.... 302

Vicarious sufferings of Jesus Christ,
xvi. 23.... 91

remarks on the, by the Rev. W.Jenkin,
.... XX. 28.... 92

of Mylor, 635, 706

Vision, Dr. Brewster's observations on, journal of Mr. Goy at Grenada, 333
120

letter from Mr. Moore at Turk's
Village Preaching, 50.

Island, Bahamas, 336–journal of Mr.

Truscottat Tortola, 473-of Mr.Smed-
Wales, annual district-meeting of the ley at Tobago, 543—of Mr. Truscott

Wesleyan-Methodist Ministers in, 583 at Dominica, 608, 674—-letter from
Ward, Rev. W., his “ Farewell Letters' Mr. Catts at ditto, 608, 744, 803
reviewed, 177, 242

journal of Mr.Davis at Harbour Island,
Water, description of its nature, 371 - Bahamas, 675—from Mr. Hyde at
Watson, Rev. R., on Congregational Antigua, 742—from Messrs. Gilgrass,
Singing, 30

Truscott, and Felvus, at Tortola, 743
Wesleyan-Methodist Missionary Society, --from Messrs. Rayner, Nelson, and
public meeting of, 398-411

Powell, at St. Vincent's, 802—from
WesLEYAN-METHODIST, The ; a Series Mr. Ratcliffe at Montego Bay, 805—
of Papers.

from Mr. Horne at Kingston, 805–
No. I. Ôn congregational singing, 30 extract from the Annual Report of
No. II. On the character of the early the Committee of the Wesleyan Aux-
Methodists, 96

iliary Missionary Society at Antigua,
No. III. On the character of the early 673

Methodists, (concluded,) 164 Whirlwind of Egypt, account of, 305
No. IV. On the distribution of Reli- Widows, burning of, in India, 244,405,616
gions Tracts, 228

-Order from the Government in India
No. V. On the advantage of class- respecting, 797

meetings; and on the duty of in- Wilks, Mr., his observations on the re-
viting serious persons, belonging to gisters of children's baptisms, 716
Methodist congregations, to attend Wolff, Mr., a converted Jew, his account
such Meetings, 296

of the modern descendants of the Re-
No. VI. On the collection annually chabites, 734

made in the Methodist congrega - Wond, Rev. T.; his “ Religious De-
tions for the support and spread of clension" noticed, 384
the Gospel at home, 434

World, separation from the, a charac-
Wesley, Rev. C., anecdote of, 783

teristic of the early Methodists, 165
Wesley, Rev. J., his remarks on singing, Writing, modes of, among the ancients,
32-his letter to Mr.-, of Oxford, 452
34-effects of his preaching, 89 his Wyandot Indians, letter from Mr. Finley,
“Sacred Harmony" noticed, 112-his an American Missionary among them,
letter to Mr. T. H., 169-new edition 198.
of his « Christian Library
viewed, 306—his letter to Mr. Les Zabii, or Ante-Mosaic Idolaters, account
sey, 419_his opinion on the slave- of, by the Rev. James Townley, 504
trade, 719

Zeal and liberality, christian, instances
West Africa. Journal of Mr. Lane at of, 367

Sierra Leone, 265—of Mr. Morgan Zeal of the early Methodists, 166.
at Mandanaree, 327-accounts from
ditto at St. Mary's, 741-Journal of
Mr. Singleton, one of the Society of
Friends, in the Combo country, 329

INDEX TO THE PORTRAITS.
--ditto at Mandanaree, 330-ditto on
a voyage up the Gambia, 330

January, Rev. JOSEPH BENSON.
Western Europe, state of, 50

February, Rev. JOHN EMORY, Repre-
West Indies.' Letter from Mr. Duncan sentative from the American Con-
at Morant Bay, Jamaica, 61, 63—

ference.
from Mr. Young at Kingston, 64, 803, March, Rev. George MORLEY.
804—Mr. Parkin, at English Harbour, April, Rev. Joseph HUTTON..
Antigua, 64—Messrs. Shrewsbury and May, Rev. W. B. Fox, Missionary
Nelson at Barbadoes, 129, 806—from in Ceylon.
Mr. Morgan at St. Christopher's, 130, June,

Rev. WILLIAM NAYLOR.
803—from Messrs. Cheesewright and July, Rev. JOHN STAMP, sen.
Squire at Grenada, 131—from Mr. Angust, Rev. WILLIA» FRANCE.
Janion at Montserrat, 191, 742— September, Rev. JOHN WATERHOUSE.
from Mr. Woolley at Trinidad, 192, October, Rev. Robert OWEN.
337—from Mr. Shrewsbury at George- | November, Rev. John Rawson.
Town, Demerara, 267—from Mr. | December, Rev. WILLIAM WARRENER,
Turtle at Abago, Bahamas, 267-

one of the first Misssionaries to the
from Mr. Nelson at Barbadoes, 268-

Negroes in the West Indies.
from Mr. Binning at Jamaica, 332–

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