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GENERAL INDE X.
VOL. IX. NEW SERIES,
Abrahams's, Benjamin, answer to the
Rev. C. Simeon's sermon, 375.
seg. i interior unknown to the ancients,
French and Spanish trade in slaves, ib.
297, et seq.
van on, 42, et seq.
balancing arguments, 446.
ers, &c. 151, el seg.
97, et seq.
towards them, 576, et seq.
quirer after Christian truth, not left
part in the process, ib.; Christianity
tive, 541, et seg. ; inquiry how far an-
tions, 274; his opinion that the ope-
cure for the disease, 275.
Britain, 330, el seg.
devotion, 151, 2.
ton, 497; et seq. ; residence at Mr.
extracled from her journal, 512
extract, 556, 7.
reflections on the over-ruling of op-
Church mission, 203, 4; extract from
Bible Society, 219
field, the Holy Scriptures, 401, el seg.;
nent errors of antinomianism, 551
lar structure, 266
visit to it, 450; Mt. Buxlon's account
of it, 456, el seg.
the midland counties, by T. Purton,
159, et seq.
259, et seq.
of capital punishments, 289
South, 128, et seq. ; sketch of Fuller's
pluinness of speech, 133
subjects treated of, ib.; preachers of
84, et seq.
the doctrine of regeneration should them. land ils disastrous consequences, ib., are
tised during the period called Macaheile,
present king, 168 ; author reaches Rio
Janeiro, aud obliged to enter the hose
discipline, 451, et seg. ; admiration of return to Scotland, ib. ; endeavours
Church Missionary Society, Wilson's den
Churchman's epistle, 370, et seq. ; an
the chemical history and medical 371 ; extract, ib. et seq.
Church establishments cannot be sent
162, el seq. ; his birth and early ad- Classification proposed of calculous con-