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The Doctrine of Christian Charity applied to the case of Religious Difference: a Sermon preached before the Auxiliary Society, Glasgow, to the Hibernian Society, for Establishing Schools, and circulating the Holy Scriptures in Ireland. By Thomas Chalmers, D. D. 2s.6d.
A Concordance to the Holy Bible; to which is added, a Geographical Index, with the Calendar and Table of Lessons. Edited by James W. Bellamy, M. A. 4to. 4s. Large paper, 75. | Sermons on the Commandments. By Robt. Jones, D.D. Svo. 6s.
The Catholic Manual; an Exposition of the Controverted Doetrine of the Catholic Church: with preliminary Observations and Notes. By the Rev. John Fletcher. 48. 6d. P.3 p. marta
The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem, as connected with the Scripture Prophecies. By the Rev. George Wilkins, A. M. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Kinnoull; and Vicar of Lowdham and Lexington, Nottinghamshire. Royal 8vo. 20s. moja
Christianity and Present Politics, how far reconcileable; in a Letter to Mr Wilberforce. By the Rev. H. Bathurst, LL. B. Archdeacon of Norwich. 36.
The Liturgy of the Church and State, accommodated throughout to the Precepts and Practices of the Son of God and his Apostlese - A Sermon, delivered in the Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednesday Nov. 19, 1817, the day of the Funeral of her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales. By Thomas Chalmers, D. D. Minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow. 8vo. Sewed. Price Is. 6d. 47.
The Hopes of an Empire Reversed; or, the night of Pleasure turned into Fear; A Sermon, preached on November 16, 1817, on occasion of the death of the Princess Charlotte. By J. Jamieson, D. D. ls.
Prayers for the Use of Families and Individuals. By John Wilson, D.D. Minister of Falkirk. 8vo. 5s.
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IN D E X.
Academia Della Crusca, their edition of Dante, 455.
Hill in Staffordshire, 82.
son, 167-his indefatigable efforts to improve his country, 171.
pursuit of his favourite object, 217-makes offer of his services to
of legislation, 228---example of its uncertainty, 229.
ture has hitherto afforded few examples, 303-what the subject
of, 304-extracts from, ib.
of Ireland, 74-on the dykes of the north of Ireland, 80.
ly wrought by them, 42.
extracts from his work, 470.
practised on them, 130.
paschal lamb at the last supper, 213—removed by the French,
and found to be composed of coloured glass, 214.
gress of mental improvement, 382.
194- anecdote of Victor Amadeus, 195.
of Chinese established there, 41.
the trade to, 433-embassies of the Dutch and Russians, 434
it might be under an enlightened policy, 451.
of the Hindus, 141.
graphy of, corrected, 491.
the commen:ators on, 455_extracts from Mr Cary's translation
Decan, trade of, with the Indian islands, 45.
of the people of India, 379. See Hindus.
China, 433. See China.
picturesque scenery of, 367_excellence of the plates by which
Finlay, Mr, strictures on his preface to Phillips's speeches, 54.
cruelties practised by, on the Catholics, 130.
surface of the globe, 71.
clergy, according to him, groundless, 115-what in his opinion the
real danger, 116--nostrum proposed by him, 117.
96@his talents proved to be equal to the task, 97—and his works