Moral Philosophy necessarily founded on the Animal Nature of Man.-
Letter from a Recluse, on the same subject, with notes by R. Carlile.-Letter
XXỊ. from the Rev. Robert Taylor-subject, Persecution, Peculiarly Chris-
tian, concluded. --Address delivered by Robert Owen, at a public meeting of
the inhabitants of New Harmony.-An extension of the view which Celsus
the Philosopher took of the Christian Religion in the second century.—Letter
from D. D. on the Earth's Animation.-Letter from Alexander Hardy of Bol-
ton, to the Rev. Robert Taylor.—The Persecuted Captive, or Christianity's
Prisoner, Lines by I. W. Imray.
Petition of the Rev. Robert Taylor to the House of Commons, with obser•
tations on its Presentation and Reception.-Letter XXII. from the Rev.
Robert Taylor-subject, Rival Universities.-Letter from E. K. D. of Bris-
tol.-Lines written by I. W. Imray on a picture of the Catholic Deity.
Communication from Sir Richard Phillips.---An extension of the view which
Celsus the Philosopher took of the Christian Religion, concluded.--Reflec-
tions on the defects of Christianity.--Impromptu on " the blood of Christ
being generous wine.”