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We could willingly multiply our extraote , but xr& ha ^ e a ] ready gone ~ beyond our rule in reviewing single sermons , and therefore forbear , referring the reader to the ermon itself .
Mr Wortbington wa $ sparing in > publications , ¦ which , perhaps , might aid tfte of ^ ration < rf th& < nher cfttHcfe of bis polpit popula . ri ^ fe 'Vfq me toWl ^ htfWever ; by * Ifei pMln ^^ 5 » j n ^ 4 ttot be
aeMsted id'the pla » and execution ctfa : quarto voltrm * , editcd ^• sohie ymx * ago i by Mr . Butcher , ea . titled ,, ** ILei ^ n * ' fot ^ tfa ^ -ITte' of FamiHes for ^ feery Day in the TJiatay e ^ ttairted tmm the Hory StS ^ unSwt , ' tw % lh ApprbWfi ^ te ^ it
Hytanft ^ am ) should h ^ ve bee « adAed that Mr . W ^ f thing ( i > n tfa * oiieof tbe m ^ riy ^ ( w ^ tbowgbf ^ at th « t tittle , t&& many )* di ^ sentmg niifiisters , who published Thanksgiving Sermon ^ preac l ^ d Dec \ 5 , 18 © $ , ou occa » iow of the Victory offTraftilgftrw » '* i : $$$ \ m . Ttemew of ff Mr . ' Worthing * ?^ f fiWM ^ e&-- 1 ^^ - *^ - «*» W ^ e nrt number of tbU work , VoU . Aft- ** r ' ' ' ¦
& % r . III . Time ' s Telescope Jo * 1 S 14 ; <\ tf a Complete Giiidfetti the Aimariack ; cotitaini ng ah explanation of Saints' days , and
Holidays ^ Astro norhicalOcCttiw rences ; the Naturalist ' s Diary ^ and Meteorological Remarks . 12 nio . pp . 400 * 7 s . 6 cL Sherwood and Co- 1814 .
This is one of tire most useful and entertaining compilations , which we are acquainted with : it abounds with matter , well arranged , on nature and the history of man , both wftteh aid intirkately related to time .
In ( he Introduction , there is tht entire Calendar of Julius Caesar , in English terms ; a great hekp to English readers of Rfcyriiari histbry . \ ¦ The volutu ^ contains twelver wood cuts .
¦ e V ¦ J ¦ ' ' i Ar * IV . TKeff ^ ris ^ ofSt fm described ahd * dpfeliid fo * tac Conduct of Modern t / niiafidns ^ ASermdn priesi . thetJ at the Unitarian Cftaw ; Parliament Court s
Artillery Lati ^ , ori : l Wednesday , Juhe'Sf , 18 * 13 , bt ^ fbre the Merii ^ bers and S'trppdrtfers ofthe Urii- tarifrn Fund- l ^ y Edmu ^ A Butter , islrio . pp- 48 . i £ Eaton , High HolboTii .
There is a sitnplicity and fetm vour in this discourse which in list ' delight and edify the judicious * and pious reader . The preacher ' s plaii ( froiw Acts xxiv . 14 ) has
beeni already stated : ( Yicd . Vllf . ' p , 415 ) i V 9 e have only to ad * tbat the outline th ^ re given is vife rt fiHed up , and" that th 6 sermon i * a lively and masterly picture of
&eview . ^ Tiut € Xm $ & StihMM Tftfto * fhe Un itarian Fund . SBt
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1814, page 57, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2436/page/57/