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American States . By John Lowe . 8 vo . 1 * . 6 d . Letters to Sir Walter Scott , Bart , on the Moral and Political Character and Effects of the King ' s Visit to Scotland . 8 vo . 5 * . 6 d .
Reflections on the Claims of Protestant and Popish Dissenters , especially of the latter , to au Equality in CiyU Privileges with the Members of the Established Church . By Robert Morres , M . A ., Prebendary of Salisbury , &c . 2 s . Sermons .
On the Love of Truth and Benefit of Theological Controversy : Two , preached at Essex Street Chapel , November 1822 . By Thomas Belsham , Minister of the Chapel . 8 vo . On the Meaus of obtaining Satisfaction
with regard to the Truth of Religions Sentiments : preached at the Monthly Association . By J . P . Smith , D . I ) . Is . Religion not Speculative , but Practical : preached before the University of Oxford , Nov . 24 , 1822 . By J . Knight , M . A ., of Lincoln College .
On the Death of the Rev . John Owen , A . M . : in the Parish Church of Hawkwell . By Matthew Newport , A . M . Is . 6 d . Attachment to Life ; on the same occasion , at Dr . Winter ' s Meeting House . By Joseph Hughes , M . A . 1 * . 6 d .
Prqached in Cannock Church , Staffordshire , on the Death of Mrs . Christian , of Wigmore Street , London . By W . C . Wilson , M . A ., Vicar of Tunstall . Gd . Almanacks , fire , 'lime ' sTelescope , for 1823 ; or , aCora-
To Mrs . Webby on her Birth-Day , August 29 , 1801 . Bv Francis Wbbb , Esq .
Muse , string the lyre this day to softest tone , And sing a life far dearer than my own ; For , Muse , this is the natal day ,
And this demands her votive lay . What tho * hbarTime with * envious wing Hath swept ' the verdure from her Spring , And touch-d , tho * not despoiTd the Flow ' r !
Affection still , with magic charm , Can his destructive scythe disarm , Her fr&its not time can e ' er devour : And sweet Remembrance , that still briars In mirid % he charms &f youthful years ,
pJete Gukle to rfie Almanack . Coloured Plate of Insects , and Wood Cuts . 9 * . The Clergyman ' s Almanack , for 1823 . Compiled aua * arranged by Richard Gilbert , Accountant to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge . 4 . 9 . 6 d .
Temporis Calendanuin ; or , Au Almanack on a New Constwiction , for 1823 . 2 s . ?> d . The Evangelical Diary ; a Religious , Historical , aud Literary Almanack , for 1823 , containing a List of Evangelical Churches , &c . 2 s . 6 rf .
A Christian Remembrancer , for 1823 . 2 s . 6 d . ( Portrait of Professor Carey , of Calcutta . ) The Prophetic Almanack , for 1823 . 2 ud Edition . 3 * . 6 d . The Evangelical Museum , or Christiau Ladies' Complete Pocket Bools . ( Portrait of the late Rev . T . Scott . )
The Christian Lady ' s Diary and Pocket Companion . ( Likeness of Dr . Winter . ) Text Book for 182 a . The Texts selected by the Rev . Thomas Boys , A . M ., Curate of Widford , Herts . 6 d . Forget me Not ; or , Annual Pocket Chronicle , to serve as a Token of Friendship , 13 Engravings 12 * .
The Pilgrim ' s Rod and Staff ; or , Texts of Scripture for every Day in the Year . ISruo . 2 s . Blanchard ' s Complete Pocket Book , for 1823 , adapted to the Use of Ministers , &c . 2 s . The Methodist Pocket Book , for 1823 . ( Portrait of the Widow of Charles Wesley , M . A . )
( Nor feels the lapse between , ) Preserves the image deep imprest . In all its charms within my breast , - And seventy appears but seventeen . But few can boast at such late hour , Midst soft ' ning shades , to charm , such
pew r : Thy virtues shall embalm Those charms within that won my heart ; May Heav ' n still act its gracious part , And grant our , evening a propitious calm .
Long hand in hand tjie varied day Of life we ' ve spent—its devious way We ' ve trod with equal feet : And Heaven , I trust , W&T gently slope Our downward path , whilst Faith and Hope . % . , . Lead to the seat pf bliss again to meet . ' , * ' ,
768 Poetry . — To Mrs . Webb , on her Birth-Day , August 29 , 1801 .
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Dec. 2, 1822, page 766, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2519/page/46/