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Beecher, Dr, on Depravity, -
Error in Every System is Truth Distorted, . . 165
Errors respecting the Method of Pardon in the Divine
Government, - - - - - 269
Explanation of Texts, . . . . 143
Foster's Essay on the Importance of considering the Sub-
ject of Religion, - - - - 93
God is Love, - - - - - - 284
God, the Proper Unity of, - ..
God the Hope of all Believers, .
God, the Parental Character of, - - - 176
Inquiry in Religion, Right Method of, - - 123
Intemperance, - - - - - 32, 298
Jesus, Proper Unity of, . . . 61, 113
1 John, v. 20, - - - - - 295
Judge Howe, - - - - - - 147
Letter of a Boston Gentleman to a Unitarian Clergyman, 145
Letters of an English Traveller,
Letter to a Trinitarian Friend, . .
Moral and Religious Souvenir, . . . 95
Moral Inability, - - - - - 270
Morals, Theory of, . .
. . 135
Phillips, Mrs, Obituary of, -
Practical Questions on Common Faults,
Preface, . .. - - - -
Religion in Adversity, .
Religion in Domestic Life,
Remarks on Isaiah lxiv. 6,
Scripture, Explanation of, -
Self-Correction, Hints on,
Spirit of the Pilgrims, -
Sting of Death, - - - -
Thoughts on Divine Sovereignty, -
Trinitarian Exposition of John xvii. examined,
Uniformity of Opinion not essential, ..
Uniformity of Sentiment, Obstacles to a Perfect
Waldbach, the Good Pastor of, - -
Consolation Sought and Found, - - - 294
Errors of the Christian, -
Evening Hymn, - - . - -
Fragment, . . . . . . 134
Grieve not thy Father as long as he liveth, -
Imitation from the Persian,
In the world ye shall have tribulation but be of good
cheer, - - - - - - 259
Midnight Hymn, ..
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Prayer for Friends at Sea,
Sunday School, the, - - - -
Whitsunday, - - - - - - 22
Benefits derived from Sunday Schools,
Christian Teacher's Manual, . .
Duties of the Sunday School Teacher,
Effect of a Sunday School, -
Hints to Sunday School Teachers, .
Influence of Sunday Schools on Society, .
Maternal Instruction, ·
Mode of Instruction, ..
My Early Days,
Objections to Sunday Schools Considered,
Original Moral Tales, .
Religious Teaching is Charity, - .
School, the, or Lessons in Morals, ..
Sunday School Anecdote,
Sunday School Instruction, - .
Sunday School Teacher's Reward,
Visit to the Sea Side.
American Bible Class Society, ..
Annual Fasting and Prayer for Colleges,
Balance of Crime, - - - -
Bibles Imprisoned, - -
Bishop of Basle's Charge,
Boston Sunday School Society,
British and Foreign Unitarian Association,
British Reformation Society, -
Charity Students, - -
Christian Neighbor, - -
Church at Lechmere Point,
French Protestants, - - -
German Theology, -
Gibbs' Gesenius, - - - -
Greek War, - - - -
Hanover Street Church, - - - - 110
Hungarian Popular Songs, • . - . 216
Income from Benevolent Societies, - - 110
Lectures on Palestine, - - - - 110
Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemper-
ance, . . . . .
Missions, - - - - - 112, 216
New Meeting House in Walpole, N. H. . . 162
New Publications, - . . . - 315
New Society in Providence, . . . 112
New Work, - - - - - - 60
Number of Ministers in New England, . . 162
Old South Church in Portsmouth, N. H.
Ordinations, . - - - - 60, 164
Periodicals, New, - - - - - 268
Presbytery of Hanover, . . . . 215
Religious Denominations in Europe, - - . 162
Religious Denominations in the United States, . 216
Religious Magazines in the United States, - - 163
Religious Newspapers, - - . - 164
Sacramental Test, substitute for the, · ·
Sabbath in New York,
Saxon Ordinance, - - - - - 316
Shuckford's History, ..
Synod of Ulster, -
Troubles at Andover,
Unitarian, the, -
Unitarian Churches, -
Unitarian Tracts, - -
Unitarianism in Connecticut, . . . .
Unitarianism in Ohio,
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