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ENGLAND.

Letter from Rev. John Taylor of Glasgow, to Rev.

S. R. Waller, of Kidderminster,

Congregational Tribute of Respect, Unitarian Church,

Preston,

Bolton District Unitarian Association,

Portsmouth, High Street, Unitarian Congregation,
Address of Yarmouth Congregation to the Unitarian

Public,

Coseley Unitarian Congregation,

New Hall Hill, Birmingham, Sunday Schools,
Plymouth, Congregational Tribute of Respect to Rev.

W. J. Odgers,

British and Foreign Unitarian Association,

The Inquirer Newspaper,

Southern Unitarian Book and Fund Societies,
London Domestic Mission Society,

Christian Tract Society,

General Baptist Assembly,

Newport Sunday Schools,

Birmingham, New Hall Hill, Unitarian Church, Anni

versary,

Western Unitarian Society,

Malton and Welburn Congregations,
Bridport, Congregational Tribute of Respect to Rev.
R. E. B. Maclellan,

Editor, Remarks by the,
Editor, Notices of, to Subscribers and Correspondents,

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Fichte's Examination of Rousseau's doctrines concerning the influence of Art and Science on the well-being of Man,

Gordon's Lectures on Protestantism, Review of,

Jews, The Conversion of,

Justice and Mercy, The Divine, not incompatible,
Judaism, On certain Evidences of the Divine Origin of,
Just, The Memory and Example of, by Dr Frothingham,
James on the Christian Miracles,

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Light, The Evening,
Law of Love, The,

Literature, Foreign, On Ripley's Specimens of, by Wil

liam Mountford,

Library, New, of Useful Knowledge, Review of,

MINISTERS, SETTLEMENT AND REMOVALS OF.

Rev. M. Gibson, Kidderminster,

Rev. W. Maccall from Moor Lane, Bolton, to Crediton,
Rev. John Wright from Lynn to Sunderland,
Rev. M. C. Gascoigne from Guernsey to Topsham,
Rev. G. Hoade from Buttle to Thorne and Stainforth,
Rev. W. James from Bridgewater to Bristol,
Ministry at Large, No. I.

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Matthew, A brief Exposition of the Gospel of,
Moral Beauty, On,

Miracles, The Christian, and the place they hold in the

Gospel Evidence,

Magazine, The Little, for 1841, Review of,
M'Alister's Inaugural Sermon at Newcastle, Review of,
Miriam's Exhortation to Christian Liberty, Review of,
Maclellan, on the Prodigal Son, Review of,

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People's Edition of Channing's Works, Missionary, The Fireside, Review of,

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MONTHLY RECORD.

Anniversary of Tenterden Juvenile Book Society,
Anniversary of Tenterden District Meeting,
Opening of New School Rooms, Bridport,
Christian Unitarianism in America in 1841,
Newington Green Chapel Sunday School,
Editor's Notices to Correspondents and Sub-

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scribers,

Death of Lord Hallyburton,

Unitarianism in Walsall,

Christian Church, Bradford,

Warrington Congregational Tea Party,

Address of Cork Congregation to Rev. T. Hincks,

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MONTHLY RECORD.

Death of Holbrook Gaskell, Esq. of Warrington,
Birmingham Unitarian Domestic Mission,
Brixton Unitarian Chapel, and Rev. W. Linwood,
Ecclesiastical Intolerance at Kidderminster,
Settlement of Rev. M. Gibson at Kidderminster,
Death of Rev. W. J. Blakely of Belfast,
Opening of Stockport Unitarian Church,
Death of Edmund Clark, Esq. of London,
Cheltenham Unitarian Church Anniversary,
Letter from the Rev. John Taylor of Glasgow, to Rev.
S. R. Waller of Kidderminster,

Congregational Tribute of Respect, Unitarian Church,

Preston,

Bolton District Unitarian Association,

Portsmouth, High Street, Unitarian Congregation,
Irish Unitarian Christian Society,

Address of Yarmouth Congregation to the Unitarian

Public,

Wilson's Concessions of Trinitarians,

Coseley Unitarian Congregation,

New Hall Hill, Birmingham, Sunday Schools,
Plymouth Congregational Tribute of Respect to Rev.

W. J. Odgers,

Address to the Children of a Sunday School,
Removals and Settlements of Ministers,

Christian Unitarianism in the British Colonies,
British and Foreign Unitarian Association,

The Inquirer Newspaper,

Southern Unitarian Book and Fund Societies,
London Domestic Mission Society,

Christian Tract Society,

General Baptist Assembly,

Scottish Christian Unitarian Association,

Death of Mr Richard Allchin,

Newport Sunday Schools,

New Hall Hill, Birmingham, Unitarian Church Anni

versary,

Western Unitarian Society,

Malton and Welburn Unitarian Congregations,

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MONTHLY RECORD.

Tribute of Respect from Bridport Congregation to Rev.

R. E. B. Maclellan,

Father Mathew's Visit to Glasgow,

Death of Rev. Thomas Moore of Islington, .
Rev. Dr Channing,

Lines written on the Death of Channing,

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POETRY.

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The Convict or Death Punishment,
Address to the Year 1841,

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"Give us this day our daily bread," Spring, an emblem of the Resurrection, Capital Punishments,

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On seeing a Daisy trodden under foot,
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Farewell Address to Britain,

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Lines on the Death of Rev. Dr Channing,

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Popular Instruction, The Defects of, by William Maccall, Porter, Rev. J. Scott, Lectures on Unitarianism, Review of, 130 Prebyterianism more Scriptural than Independency,

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REVIEW.

The Little Magazine for 1841,
John Taylor on the Divine Unity,

John Taylor's Aim of the Christian Ministry,
Miriam's Exhortation to Christian Liberty,
Turner's Farewell Sermon at Newcastle,
M'Alister's Inaugural Sermon,
New Library of Useful Knowledge,
Maclellan on the Prodigal Son,

Dr Beard on Diffusion, the order of Providence,
J. Scott's Porter's Lectures on Unitarianism,

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T. Clark jun. on Sunday Schools,
Cameron's Education of the Working Classes,
Johns on the True Church of Jesus,
The Fireside Missionary,
Gordon's Lectures on Protestantism,

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