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the Rev . H . H . Milman , Professor of Poetry iu the University of Oxford . 8 vo . 8 v . 6 d . The Dutch Salmagundi of M , Paul Van H ^ niert . Translated by Lewis Jackson . Cloth Boards . 4 * . Letter of a Spaniard , the Author of Don Esteban , to the Editor of the Quarterly Review . 8 vo . 28 . A Copy of the Report made to His Majesty by the Commissioners to Inquire Into the Practice of Chancery . 8 vo . 6 s . A Letter to the Right Hon . Robert Peel , in Answer to Thomas Campbell ' s , Esq ., Suggestions on a New London University . Is . 6 d .
The Progress of Colonial Reform ; being a Brief View of the Real Advance made since May 15 , i 823 , in carrying into Effect the Recommendations of His Majesty , the Unanimous Resolutions of Parliament , and the Universal Prayer of the Nation , with respect to Negro-Slavery . 8 vo . Is . 6 d . The WevSt-India Question practically Considered . 8 vo . 3 s . Observations on Sound , shewing the Causes of its Indistinctness in Churches , Chapels , &c . By H . Matthews . 2 s . The Consequences of a Scientific Education to the Working Classes of this Country pointed out , and the Theories of Mr . Brougham on that Subject confuted , in a Letter to the Marquis of Lansdown . By a Country Gentleman . 2 s . 6 d . A Defence of our Laws against Usury . By the Author of " The Bank of Englaud Defended . "
Sermons . Four Lectures , delivered at Worship-Street Meeting-House , near Finsbuiy Square , London , during the Month of March , 1826 , on The History —The Subjects and Mode—The Perpetuity- ^ -
and The Practical Uses of Christian Bap , tisra . By John Evans , LL . D ., Edwin Chapman , James Giichrist , and David Eaton . 8 vo . 65 . &d . boards . By J . G . Foyster , A . M ., Minister of Trinity Chapel , Knightsbridge . 8 vo . $ St Parochial Sermons . By W . Wilsoo D . D ., Rector of Church Oakley , Hants ' 8 vo . 10 s . 6 d .
Single . A Discourse on the supposed Existence of an Evil Spirit , called the Devil ; and also , a Reply to the Observations of Mr . Wm , Carlisle , the ostensible Author of an " Essay on Evil Spirits , " written in Opposition to the Discourse which was delivered in the Llnitarian Chapel , Bradford . By N . T . Heineken . 8 vo . 4 ^ The pure Humanity of Christ shewn to be a Scriptural Doctrine : its gradual Corruption traced during the Times of the Apostles , and until the Completion of the generally-received Doctrines of the Trinity , in the Year 863 : a Discourse , delivered at Newport , in the Isle of Wight , October 12 , 1825 , and afterwards at Portsmouth . By Russell Scott , Minister of the High-Street Chapel . 8 vo , 3 s . Boards .
A Lecture at Portsea , November 3 , 1825 , occasioned by some Allusions made in Clarence-Street Chapel to other Places of Worship , in the Address at a Missionary Prayer Meeting . With an Appendix of Letters relative to Missionary Occurrences . By John Brent . 8 vo . Is , Importance of Religion to National Education : preached in the A bbey Church , St . Alban ' s , for the Blue Coat Charity School . By Thomas Barber , B . D . 8 vo . 2 * . The Translation of Elijah considered : occasioned by the Death of Dr . Bogue , By John Hunt , of Chelmsford .
380 New Publications . —Corresoondence .
Communications have been received from J . Cundill ; An Unitarian Christum ; T . P . ; Te Tace ; and R . 3 VL Y . Will not the annual reports of the Unitarian Association answer the wish of the anonymous writer who is desirous of a list of Unitarian Chapels ? Mr Ragland ' s communication , too long for a nearly exhausted subject , is left at the Publishers We are desired to say in reference to a statement of Mr . Edward Taylor ' s at the Dinner of the Unitarian Association ( see p . 311 ) , that it was made through mistake , « owing to the accession of the Old Meeting , Birmingham , to the Association , not having been officially reported .
Page 286 , col . 2 , line 1 , for " Christians , " read persons . 3 , for cc or , " re ^ id as . 294 , col . 2 , line 24 from the bottom , read " the feast . " 295 , col . 1 , line 16 * from the top , for " called , " read cull . col . 2 , lines f iy 7 from the bottom , for " object , " read subject . 297 , col . 1 , line ;* from the top , read Ci devotional . "
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), June 2, 1826, page 380, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2549/page/64/