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A Syriac and English Grammar , principally adapted to tb $ New Testament . By Thomas Yeates , latfB of the University of Oxford . 7 s . 6 d . A Lettejr tp # ie Bishop of St . David ' s , occasioned by his lordship ' s Misconceptions and Misrepresentations of a pamphlet , entitled , . " fteflexions ^ concerning the pxpedieney of a Council of the Church of England , and the Church of Rome being holtfen , * &c . By Samuel Wix , A . M . Fl R . S . $ s .
The Fulfilment of the Revelation of St . John displayed , from the Commencement of the Prophecy , A . D . 96 , to the Battle of Waterloo , A . ft 1815 . By J . J . Holmes , M . A . 8 vo . 12 * . On the late Prosecution of Mr . Carlile .
The Deist , tjie Christian , the Unitarian : a Sermon , at Bath , Nov . 28 . By Joseph Hunter . 12 mo . 1 ^ . The Duties of Christians towards Deists : a Sermon , preached at the
Unitarian Chapel . Parliament Court , Artillery Lane , Bishopsgate Street , on Sunday , Oct . 24 , 1819 , on occasion of the recent Prosecution of Mr , Carlile , for the Republication of Paine's Age of Reason . By W . J . Fox . Second edition . 8 vo . Is . 6 d . Four Letters to the Rev . W . J , Fox ,
HYMN . Where ' er the foot of man hath trod , He feels the presence of a God : Around , above , beneath , —where ' er His thought pan reach , a God is there In midnight darkness he can see
The spirit of the Deity : In midnight solitude , his ear The noiseless voice of God can hear . Around His throne no lightnings play , No thunder marks ^ iis awful way : He walks in silence thro' the air , And He is here ! and every where . God is all eye , all ears ^—the soul
That animates this wondrous whole : The ! ray that lights < ror senses dim , Is a reflection caught from Him . God is our origin and end , From Him we came , to Him we tend ; What an exalted strife to be Deserving such a ? destiny ! A .
occasioned by his Sermon on The Duties of Christians towards Deists ; and by his Remarks on the Pro $ eeution of Mr . Carlile- By An Inquirer . Is , 6 d . The Christianity of the New Testament Impregnable and Imperishable : an
Address occasioned by the Trial of Mr . R . Carlile . By Jotm Evans , kk . D , 8 vo . Is . A Letter to the Ajbtorney-General on the Inexpediency , SiBfulness and Inetficacy of all Prosecutions for Blasphemy and lrreligion . By Samuel Roberts , Sheffield . 8 vo .
Moral Thoughts on the Necessity of the Bill for preventing Blasphemous Publications . Dedicated to Mrs . Fry . On the Nature and Tendency of Blasphemous Opinions . By E . W . Stillingfleet , B . D . 8 vo . 3 * . Blasphemy not to be suppressed or refuted but by the Truth as it is in Jesus . By Thomas Mulock , Esq . late of Magdalen Hall , Oxford . Is . 6 d .
Alarming Crisis ; Important Anti-Deistical Publication . The Athanasian Creed , with Variorum Notes . Modern Infidelity Portrayed . A Ser ~ mpn , at Artillery Street Meeting-House , Bishopsgate Street , Nov . 14 , 1819 . By T . S . Brittan , 8 vo .
^ I — am but a child of day-Shadow of mortality ! Born—as ' twere but yesterday , And to-morrow doom'd to die ; Like a dream I pass away . Source of being ! how sh ^ all I Seek Thy high and holy throne , Great , unutterable One ? A .
52 Poetry s ~~ ffymns .
HYM ^ . FROM LOPJB DE VEGA . ( Creadon del Mundo . J Divine eternal Lord I before whose face I worship , while the everlasting choirs Of saints and angels chaunt their raptur ous hymns .
Holy and Mighty ! Infinite ! Immense ! Whom not alone the lips of Seraphs smg 'Midst the blest radiance of thy heav ' nly lovje * But all Thy creatures—every element , In eloquent language fills the world with
praise . The flame soars upwards towards Thy glorious throne , Bright-beaming in thy presence ;~ -an <} the
air In its sweet silence Thee adores , or breathes Thy name in echoes , and the morning song Of woodland music ; -r-while the noble sea Heaves its high breast , thundering Thy greatness forth ; ; .- >
HYMN . Jqftnite greatness of God . Could I mount on Seraph ' s wing Tojt Th y throne of heavenly light : Could ! like archangels bring , Holiest offerings , pure and Bright : Could I Hongs of Cherubs sing , Veil'd bclbre Thy dazzling sight ;—I might lift my eye to Thee , Thought-absorbing Deity .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1820, page 52, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2484/page/52/