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The Connexion between the Natural Inconveniences and Moral Advantages of an Jnsvilar State , preached on Trinity Monday , J une 18 , 1821 , before the Corporation of the Trinity H ouse , in the Parish of St . Nicholas , Deptford . By C . J .
Blomfield , D . D . 4 to . Is . 6 d . The Preaching of the Regular Clergy illustrated and defended , in a Visitation Sermon , with Copious Notes . By the Rev . Dr . Holland , Rector of Poynings , Brighton , and Domestic Chaplain to Lord Erskine . Royal 8 vo . 9 * .
Preached at the Coronation of King George IV ., in the Abbey Church of Westminster , July 19 . By Edward Lord Archbishop of York . ( By His Majesty's Special Command . ) Preached in the Chapel of Magdalen Hospital , Sunday , July 22 , 1821 , in consequence of the Coronation of His
Majesty George IV . By Edward Rice , A . M ., Assistant Chaplain . 1 * . The Regeneration of Infants in Baptism investigated , according to the Doctrine of the Church of England : preached in the Parish Church of Wakefield , at the Annual Visitation . By George Beckett , A . M ., Perpetual Curate of Chapelthorpe .
The Feelings excited by Departed Worth , preached in Dunfermline , May 27 , 1821 , after the Interment of the Rev . James Husband , D . D . By Henry Belfrage , Minister of Faikirk . 1 j . Preached at St . Michael-le-Belfrey , York , May 27 , 1821 , on the Death of the Rev . W . Richardspn , Minister of that Church . By J . Graham . Is .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ PBi ^^^^^^^^ W ^^^^^^ BB ^^^^^ HBBMI tJTte i ( Death has again entered into our palaces 1 Her Majesty Queen Caroline departed this life on Tuesday , August 7 , after a few days * illness , during which the hopes and fears of her friends were deeply agitated . She appearedI conscious from the first of her approaching end ,, and was resigned to the will of Providence . Her death-bed r s t £ s - 3 i
was a scene of great magnanimity , and we trust we may add , of true Christian reeling . From some of her expressions 't would appear , that she considered herself the victim of sorrow . A large proportion of the people have proved themselves sincere mourners on this inelanchol y event . Numbers of pulpits , and in some instances galleries , of churches and chapels have been hung »^^^ fc ^^^^¦^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ¦^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ¦ HlH ^^
r The Doctrine and Spirit of Christianity , in Reference to the Retaliation of Injuries , preached at York-Street Chapel , Walworth . By G . Clayton . Sanctincation by the Truth . By James Harrington Evans , lately a Minister oi the Establishment . 1 * . 6 d .
The Pastor ' s Farewell , preached in Tavistock Chapel of Ease , March 25 , 1821 . By William U ennell Black , late Minister of Tavistock Chapel . Is . 6 d . The Doctrine of the Scriptures
respecting the Divine Trinity , &c ., a Missionary Lecture at Dover , June 14 , 1821 . By Samuel Noble , Minister of Lisle-Street Chapel , Leicester Square , London , 8 vo .
A Sermon , shewing the Nature and Design of the Marriage Union , occasioned by the late Proceedings against the Queen , To which is added , A Letter to the Rev . C . W . Ethelston , M . A . By William Gadsby . 1 . ? . On the Death of the Queen .
A Discourse , on the Death of the Queen , delivered on Sunday Morning , August 12 , by John Clayton , Jun ., Minister of the Poultry Chapel . A Funeral Sermon for Caroline Queen of England , delivered at Parliament-Court Chapel , on Sunday , August 19 th , 1821 . By W . J . Fox . 8 vo . Is .
Death impartial and inevitable : a Sermon , delivered on Sunday , 19 th inst ., at the Unitarian Chapel , Sidmouth , on the Occasion of the recent Death , and as " a Tribute of Respect to the Memory of Her late Majesty Queen Caroline . By M . L . Yeates .
HBHHIMHMHHB ^ Btuten * in black , and some few funeral sermons have been preached ; of these , two , as appears in our list of books , have been printed , one by Mr . Fox , and the other by Mr . John ClaVton , Juri . Of the political questions connected with the Queen ' s unhappy story , we have not allowed ourselves to express any decided opinion in this work , nor
shall we do so now , and therefore we say nothing of the distressing scenes presented to the public on the removal of the Royal corpse from this country : but we must be allowed to say , that cold indeed must be his heart , whatever be his opinions , who does not drop the tear of sympathy at the remembrance of the Queen ' s bitter sufferings .
Obituary . — The Queen . 489
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Aug. 2, 1821, page 489, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2503/page/49/