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VOL. XXVII. NEW SERIES.
Abosharon, description of the temple of the
fire worshippers there, 402, et seq.
Stewart's practical view of it, 185,
Belfrage's discourses on the, 374, et
the, by J. H. Prere, 186, 314.
paigns of the, at Washington and New
naries, 231; reflections on certain
flower, 234, 5; lines on the dead, 236, 7.
tions on, in regard to obviating dys-
pepsia, 420, et seq.
subjects, &c., 377, et seq.; the last
plague of Egypt, 378, 9.
liarly affecting Protestant Dissenters,
consolations of the aged, 374, el seg. ;
prospect of an aged saint, 376, 7.
337, et seq.
spiritual claims of the metropolis,
at Windsor, ib. ; their departure for
tholics, and list of their places of wor.
tropolis, 469, 70.
voyage of the, to the Sandwich Is-
lands, 289, et seg.
tionis sacræ, &c. 348, et seq. ; origin
execution of the work, 366, 7.
under his government, 573.
firmness at the diet of Augsburgh, 541,
rah's observations on it, 279.
then, 163, et seq. ; difficulty of the
racy of knowledge, 168.
the Sandwich Islands, 289, et seq. ;
Cadiot, M., authentie narrative of his
conversion to the Protestant faith,
private tutor, 464.
ington and New Orleans, in 1814 and
1815, narrative of it, 142, et seq.
Baillie's gold-headed cane presented,
of him, 455, 6.
study of the Holy Scriptures, 254, et
and list of their places of Worship, 468.
Duc de Blacas D'Aulps, &c. par M.,
the present work, 124 ; tbe collection the text, 556; strictures on the ser-
it, 171 ; the language of the motto
our Saviour spoke literal truth, 173;
his reasons examined, ib. el seq. ; case
the manifesto of the, 379, el seg. ; laying up for children, 176; poverty and
rences lo be drawn from them, 380, 1. conduct of our Saviour, 177.
Digestion and diet, Thackrah's lectures
Dissenters, Protestant, Beldam's sum-
them, 521, et seq.
seq. s progress of pastoral poetry, 33, et seq.
Donnegan's new Greek and English lexi-
tical, 553, et seq. ; remarks on the Douglas's advancement of society in