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move than one hundred and twenty gentlemen on foot , the carriages of many of them following . The burial service was performed by the Rev . I > r . Carpenter , his successor in the pastoral office ; and on the next
Sunday an arteoting and consolatory sermon was preached by his old friend the Rev . James Manning , of . Exeter . The chapel was hung with black , and the whole congregation put on mourning . Dr . Estlin was twice
married ; first to Miss Coates , of Bristol , by whom he had one son who died before him , but who has left a family ; in the second instance to Miss Bishop , of Bristol , who , with six children , survives to cherish and do honour
to his memory . The ^ writer of this menioir could have enlarged upon feejings the result © f private friendship , but has preferred touching upon no topics which
are not equally interesting to all who knew the subject of it . A . L . B . Stoke Newington , September Q&nd , 1817 . List of TXr . Estiins J * nl } licati < ms *
The Causes of the Inefficacy of Public Instruction considered , in a Sermon preached at the Ordination of the Rev . David Jardine , Bath . 179 O . Evidences of Revealed Religion , and particularly Christianity , stated with reference to a Pamphlet called the Age of Reason . 1796 .
The Nature and Causes of Atheism . To which are added , Remarks on a Work called Origine de tons les adtes , on Religion universelle . Par Dupuis . 1797 . An Apology for the Sabbath . 1801 .
From Messrs . Palmer and Muir . [ CoijCMOOunicated by Mr . Rutt . ] Clapton , Sept . 29 th , 1817 . &I R , T HOPE I shall not be judged too M . fond of a favourite theme if I offer
you a few more letters , which have cotne in my way since those were sent , which you inserted pp . 20 S and $ 6 l . There are still surviving among ; youjr readers , some who knew the writers , and a few more , who feel an interest in their story . The First letter refers to a circumstance , ^ cr y wn pteaeant at the time ,
The Union of Wisdom and Integrity recommended , in a Discourse delivered before the Unitarian Society in the West of England . 1801 . Sermons designed chiefly as a Preservative from Infidelity and Religious I ndifference . 1802 . Discourses on Universal Restitution . 1813 . The General Prayer Book ; containing Forms of Prayer on principles common to all Chrisiians , for Religious Societies , for Families , and for Individuals . Chiefly selected from the Scriptures , the Book of Common Prayer , and the Writings of various Authors . 1814 .
General Instructions in the Doctrines and Duties of Religion , altered from ** Practical Instructions . " 3 rd Edition . 1815 .
A Unitarian Christian ' s Statement and Defence of his Principles , with reference particularly to the Charges of the Right Rev . the Lord Bishop of St . Davids : with Notes . 1815 .
A Sermon on Persecution , with Extracts from the Rev . Clement Perrofs Report of the Persecutions of the French Protestants . 1816 . Dr . Estlin had also prepared for publication two volumes of Lectured on Moral Philosophy , which he had been accustomed to deliver to his
pupils and family on Sunday evenings , and to which many of them may probably trace impressions the most favourable to the formation of a virtuous character . These will speedily be given to the world , although they have not received his last corrections .
from the effects to which Mr . Palmer alludes ; though I am persuaded , after having referred to what I then wrote to Mr . Muir , that Mr . Palmer did nothing unworthy of his general proper spirit and high integrity . The Third and Fourth letters arc
copies , taken for me soon after the originals arrived . The Fourth was written to a . gentleman of Scotland , who took the most affectionate interest in all Mr . Muir ' s concerns . I hope he is still living , though I have not seen him for more than twenty years . The picture of J > A Price ,
M . etter& from , Messrs . Palmer and Muir . & 7 o
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1817, page 575, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2469/page/3/