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Hymns for Sunday Schools, and Noble's Plenary Inspiration of the

for Children

690 Scriptures, &c. ....


Le Cras' Theological Contrast 405 Pilkington's Investigation of “Re-

Life after Death, On the nature marks on a.Compliance with an

of the

517 Inquirer's Request",


Noble's Praises of the Lord



America, the New Jerusalem Ordinations Mr. D. Howarth .... 415
Missionary, &c. published there 57

Mr. F. Madeley, juo. 706
Journal of Sixth Gene-

Mr. J. Gilbert ......

ral Convention, and Intelli-

Mr. W. Mason

gence respecting the state and

Owen, Mr., of New Lanark, Re-

progress of the New Church ... 58

ligious Sentiments of ......... 247

Aylesbury, Formation of a Society Persecutions at St. Helier's and
516 Weymouth


Carll, Rev. Mr., his visit to En- Place of Worship, Opening of, at


162 Chelaston

Conferences, General, Minutes



64, 413



Germany and Switzerland, Pro- Printing Society, Manchester, Re-

pagation of the Doctrines of the

240, 609

New Church in ...


London, Reports

Hindmarsh, Rev. R., resigns his

.....67, 329, 701

situation as Minister at Salford 163


Testimony of respect of .



246 School Society, Reports of .. 329, 701

Infant-School at Chelmsford 517

Meeting of


Jones, Rev. R., Tribute of re- Sibly, Rev, M., Tribute of re.

spect to


spect to


Missionary and Tract Society, Sweden, Communication from 331

London, Reports of....69, 324, 697 Swedenborg, Publication of Writ-

Meeting of 610 ings of, in French,


Missionary Society, Manchester, Tafel, Dr., of Tubingen, Leiters

Reports of

326, 703


244, 692

Noble's Lectures at Albion Hall 78 | Thayer, Mrs., ber Poem on the
Visit to Norwich, and death of Mr. Boyle

Answer to Beaumont ..

612 Theological Seminary on the Con-

Opponents of New Church, Illiber- tinent, Reception of the Doc.

ality of

165 trines of the New Church in 604

Ordination of Mr. J. Pownall.. 246 Tunes to the New Hymn-book.. 517

Mr. T. Pilkington 415 | Warwick Meeting, Reports of 411,701


Beazeley, Mrs. E..

166 Gaudin, Mrs.


Bowles, Mrs. L.
249 Hodson, Mrs. H.

Bowker, Mr. C.
518 1 Jones, Miss A.


Boyle, Rev. T....

81 Manton, Mrs. A.


Clarke, Wm. Esq.
333 Mather, Dr. J.

Clover, Jos. Esq.
250 Talmage, Mrs.

Darwin, Mr. J......
169 Waterman, Miss E.

Anatomy, Discovery in, anticipa- Gases, Condensibility of into Li-
ted by Swedenborg
170 quids.


Ancient History in Asia, On Au- Gold Mines in North Carolina ... 618

thevticity of

417 Songs of Birds, Correspondence

Fossil Bones, Fresh Discoveries of 418 between, &c.

Affliction, Lines written in 340 Death of a Lady, Lines on the ... 519
Bowles, Mrs., Lines occasioned by God Incarnate


the Decease of...

252 Missionary Lectures, On.


Consolation, The

171 'Nativity, On the..




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