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the Rev C ; Wellbejqvefl , of York ; and t > i \ Philipps , of $ hefliejd , delivered an interesting and impressive discourse on A * at $ . xMi * 47 . The Bey , Luke Kirby , of Thome , conducted tfre devotional part
of the service on Thursday morning , and was followed by the Rev . C * Wellbeloved ^ who preached a discourse remarkable for a display of profound scriptural erudition and" sound argument , on 2 Pet ; ii . I . The friends of the Institution afterwards
met together according to their usual custom , in the Unitarian Baptist Chapel , New Dock Street , to xeceive the reports of * the Secretary and Treasurer , and to attend to other business connected with the Association . . ¦¦ .. ' ¦ . '] t -I
At , half- < past two O ;' elocfc ,-ropety four persons sat down to dinner at the Cross . Keys Inn ., After the . cjQth had been re' moved , several persons , chiefly minister * , addressed the meeting . In the evening
of the same day , the Re-v - O . Harris addressed a crowded audience upon .. the strt ^ ect of future punishments ; endeavouring- to expose the fallacy and the injurious tendency of the popular Cal-Vitiistic doctrine of the eternal duration
of hell-torments . The Chapel was filled to Overflowing . A deep and solemn attention pervaded the whole assembly , while the preacher stated and held up to the condemnation of his hearers the gloomy and appalling sentiments propagated by Boston ( in his Four-fold State )
and other Orthodox divines who have written upon the same subject , and exhibited the more pleasing and salutary view © # the tit ate of future retribution , which is embraced by Unitarian Christians . The service was iunreduced by the Rev . J . rtattd , of Doncaster . Persons were pre * sent ^ at , this Meeting from Lincoln ,
Doncaster , Thome , Gainsborough , and various other places . The Institution is in a flourishi n g state , and there can be no doubt that th 6 effects which have already resulted from its establishment , will be foliowecf by others still more important aqd' ^ beneficial to the cause of Divine truth . W . W .
preached from John hu 3 « I imnetliatefy after the service wa ^ concluded ^ th sinking and a prayer , an Ogen c oafefeucii was hejd , when Mr . Wo $$ f * HiamB , thfe minister of the place , being called to ( he cbajr , Mr . David John , of St , Clears propose ^ ff > T discussion the Chrhtiartl grounds of hope for salvation * Several persons gaye tfieir opiijious at some leqgtji ,. and were heard with great attention . There were present about eigkt preachers , and the audience were re * .
spectable . The next Quarterly Meeting is to be held at Merthyr , on the 1 st day of the year 1824 . J . James , of Gelli-Onnen to preach ; and it is understood that the question , K If there be any , what is the difference between appointing to eternal misery and creating , when the cetr tainty of that result is infallibly known
to the Creator ^ ? will again be proposed for consideration at , the conference . That subject was before debated at Mertbyp , at the last quarterly meeting held there . Faidre , Oct . 18 , 1833 .
Half-yearly Meeting of the Somerset and Dorset Unitarian Association * On Tuesday , October 7 th , the Halt yearly Meeting of the Somerset and Dorset Unitarian Association was helj at Dorchester . The religious services .
morning and evening , were performed by the Rev . Messrs . Bennet , of Poole , add G . B . Wavvne . Nine new members were added to the Society , and the friends present at the Meeting , ' to the number of nearly thirty , dined together betweeii the services . " Q . . B . W .
6 * 0 fnteUigencv . —Somerset and Dorset Unitarian * 4 **< rt * wtion .
i ^^^ aflHHHk ^^^^ C , < ¦ - « ^¦ ^^^^^^^ ^ " ^ ~ . s t < . i Quarterl y Meeting of Unitarian Ministers in South Wale * . Tkfi Quarterly Meeting of Unitarian Mjnifitem in South Wales was held at
B 4 ae « gw ^ ach , qu Thursday the 2 nd day of tJu * month * i Q t&& evening of the piece ^ ing day , Mr . J . Griffiths , of LUmd ? *** & * R reachtE ^ from 1 Johu i ^ 9 ^ wd at eleven o ' clock on ttee ibSm ^ g ; « di ¥ > , ( lT > ar « d ^ yO r | | p ^^ , Q |^ It ^ M i % ! iP 4 w * fr ptk-r 9 i& ^ Dan ? ie » , of Ca ^ rj ^ poi ^ i ^ tBgan ^ hir ^ , jr
Testimony of Respect to the Rev . John Yates , of Liverpool , by hte late Congregation .
We are informed that on the resignation of the Revw John , Yates ,. a piece of plate , value one hundred guineas , was presented to him , bearing the following inscription : . . Jgr ^ ajeu ted to . The ae 5 « peBd John Yatrs , # By the Congre ^ tipn ot Pcpieatant
Dftsenters , Assembly in Paradise fit . Chapd , , Liverpool- ; As a grateful adihowledgin ^ nt Oi his § ervwesM thpx MittHf ^ t Far the period of 46 y $ W *\;•** ¦ > And an affectionate ^ teatimonif tj r fd his Pp ^ m ^ vmwB . ' ^ ' " I . - . ' ' ' -:- . " : ' ¦ ' ' ¦ S ^^^^^^^^ BP ^^^^^^^^ ' , •¦• t
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1823, page 610, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct1789/page/50/