DISCOURSE, delivered in the evening of October the 6th, 1833.
Introduction, p. 5. (*)-Observations respecting the diffusion of
the Gospel among the Heathen, p. 11.–First information respecting
Rammohun Roy, p. 19. (+)
Ancient Hindoo Scriptures, p. 21.
Early training of his mind, p. 23. Delineation of his character,
His distinctive opinions, p. 28. Christian belief, p. 29.
Motives in the search after truth, p. 32.- Reformation of Hin-
dooism, p. 34. Promotion of Christian knowledge, and controversy
with the Missionaries, p. 37. Abolition of widow-immolation, p. 40.'
Other labours for the welfare of his country, p. 42.-Reflections
on his death, p. 44. Its probable influences in promoting his objects,
p. 45. On his intelligent countrymen, p. 46. On Unitarians, p. 47.
On Missionaries, p. 48.-Conclusion, p. 50.
(C) Mr. Adam's and Rammohun Roy's Correspondence with the
Rev. Dr, Ware respecting the promotion of Christianity, and the
obstacles of the reception of it, in India, p. 55.
(D) Extracts from Hindoo works, p. 62.--From the Veds and
Vedant, p. 62. From Rammohun Roy's Introductions to his Trans-
lations, p. 63. From other Brahminical publications, p. 65.
(E) Extracts from Rammohun Roy's Controversy with the Baptist
Missionaries, illustrative of his Doctrinal Opinions, and his mode of
supporting them, p. 69.-Grounds of Acceptance, p. 69. Inferiority
of the Son to the Father, p. 72. Oneness of Christ with the Father,
p. 72. Christ the appointed Judge of the world, p. 74. Religious
• For Tuckermann read Tuckerman, p. 8.
# For at least six or eight read several, p. 20.
I From this place, the Discourse was not written, and is retraced from memory :
but it was, in substance, as is given in these pages; though, in parts, with less