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the Thirty-eit Senses in which

II. An Account of the Rev. John Palmer, and of some

Articles intended by him for the Theological

Repository -

• 523

III. Of the Different Senses in which a Subscription to

the Thirty-nine Articles has been vindicated by

Divines of the Church of England -

527

IV. Additional Remarks on the Subject of Subscription 529

V. On the Writer under the Signature of Theodosius 531

Letter from Mr. Dexter

ib.

Letter from Dr. Wethers

532

VI. Of the Author's Intercourse with the late Mr.

Badcock -

533

Letter from Mr. Badcock

ib.

Presbyterian Parson's Soliloquy

538

VII. Copy of a Hand-bill privately circulated in Birming-

ham a few days before the Riots

VIII. Copy of a Letter addressed to the Bishops, and

Members of the House of Commons

IX. Dr. Priestley's Letter to the Inhabitants of Bir-

mingham .... ... ...

X. An Account of the Origin of the Riots in Birming-

ham, from a Newspaper called The Times - 542

Letters in the Maidstone Journal

543

XI. Mr. Russell's Letter to the Editor of The Morning

Chronicle

545

Advertisement in the Birmingham Chronicle - 546

Address of the High Bailif, Clergy, &c.

Clergy, &c.

-
Address of the Dissenters

• . ib.

XII. Mr. Keir's Letter to the Printer of the Birmingham

and Stafford Chronicle

XIII. Copy of a Letter to Dr. Priestley, printed in a

Column opposite to his Letter to the inhabitants

of Birmingham, and thrown into many houses in

London, with the title of “ Self-Murder, or the

Doctor Tried and Convicted by his own Evi-

dence"

- 551

XIV. Copies of two Hand-bills distributed among the

Řioters

552

Important Information to the Friends of Church

and King

553

XV. Addresses to the King

554

XVI. Mr. Russell's Letter to Dr. Priestley

XVII. An Address of the Deputies and Delegates of the

Dissenters in England, to the Sufferers in the Riot

at Birmingham, and the Answer by the Sufferers 568

XVIII. An Account of the Clergy of Birmingham refusing

to walk in Funeral Processions with Dissenting

Ministers, since the Riot -

XIX. A Description of an Allegorical Medal published at

Birmingham since the Riot

XX. An Account of the High-church Spirit which has

lons provailed at Stourbridge -

Address of the Diste the printer or bey, printed itants

ib.

548

XV: Andr. Russell's Lethe Deputiethe Sufferers in Sufferers

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