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POETRY . Verses by a Weaver of Arbroath 390 . The Cottage , 292 . Tribute to the memory of Miss Ann Finch , 292 . The Duty and Reward of a Christian , ib . On the Return of Spring , 42 . Origin of Evil ,
344-On the Resurrection , ib . On the Opening of a Spring Campaign , 345 . Character of De Foe , ib . Mahomet , a Prize Poem , by Mr . Rolleston , 571 . On laying the first Stone of the New Meeting-House , at Hackney , 636 . The Exile , ib . To Liberty , 637 .
Sonnet to Poesy , ib . Bp , Porteus ' s description of War , 532 . Ode at the Jewish Synagogue on the Jubilee , 642 Pollockshaws , Mr . Wright ' s Christian labours at , 514 Polytheism , Christian , 25 . 1 3 ^ . 208 . 498 . Not known to
Christianity , 313 Pool , Mrs . 361 Poor people read those books more attentively which they borrow or buy , than those which are given to them , 20 Poor , on the diffusion of Knowledge amongst , 340
Pope , Mr . borrowed some of his figures in the Epitaph on Gay from the Character of Ireton by Ludlow , 68 . Borrowed also from Crashaw ' s Epitaph on Herrys , ib . Pope , The , his complete degradation as a temporal prince , 471 . 699 . An English Ambassador
publicly drinks his health ! 5 2 , 6 jpopery , the Tiinity a good argument for , ^ I 5 Port-Glasgow , " Mr . "Wri ght ' s labours at , 515 Portland , Duke of , O , 693 . Is great in death , 698 Portraits of Dissenting Ministers ,
Inquiry concerning , 197 Portugal , Reflections , & c . on the Affairs of , 105 , 29 6 , 34 8 , 403 , 579 Pray , how to do it acceptably , according to the mode prescribed b / modern Evangelists , 77—78 Prayer , extemporaneous , 544 . How consistent on the Necessarian
Scheme , 549 Prayers , Jubilee , at the Synagogues , 641 . Evil of long , 723 Preaching , popular , recommended to Unitarians , * -33 * Presbyterian Congregations , on the
decline of , $ 23 , 4 & 5 » *> 94 > 60 ^ , 666 . On the application of the term , 486 , 667 Price , Miss E ., O . 5 a , 107 . Uniyersally admired for her virtue and intelligence , 108 Priestley , Dr . his persecution for
righteousness' sake , 4 . A paradoxical opinion of his respecting the learning of the Clergy , 223 . His notion about Enoch , Moses , and Elias , 499 . Beneficial effects of his emigration , 620 . His practice of avoiding controversy in the pulpit , 6 € <) Primitivus ' s Vindication of the
Improved Version , in reply to „ Theologus , 93 . Vindication of the Improved Version of , 1 Tim . iii . 16 . 270 . On ail Unitarian
Liturgy , 35 ^ . On . Eph . ii ; 1—6 , & c * 443 Principles , Religious , on the necessity of adherence to , 487 , 668 Porte us , Dr . Biographical account
of , 531 . His description of War , $ 2 ) 1 * Is created Bishop , 534 . His meeting with Mr . Wakefield , at Stockport , 535 . Advanced to the See of London , ib . Pronounces the sentence of degradation against Mr . Stone , 537 . An
Unitarian , 003 Providence , the" design of , in permitting Evil , 724 Prudence , 103 Prussia , Reflections , & c . on the Affairs of , 296 PUBLICATIONS , JtfEW , 51 , 118 ,
174 , 34 * . 3 . 53 , 4 " . 47 * * 5 * 7 , 646 , 703 Pulpit , Aspersions , y 6 . The , by Onesimus , R . 509 . Whether the best place for religious controversy , 669 Punishment , future , 549 . Dialogue on Endless , S 99 Puritan Miracles , ' 207
766 INDEX .
^> . \ r Report of the General Baptists' Annual Assembly , 29 8 . On the Authors of two Anonymous Tracts , 55 * Quaintness and drollery necessary to a popular preacher , 54 Quaker , a , bent in search of
Banyan , * y Quakers * Yearly Epistle , - 45 ^ Quakers , their exertions to promote the Civilization of the -vJHorth American Indians , jz . On . the Iaconst & tenck & QffjjQ . HSavejd * -
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Dec. 2, 1809, page 766, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct282/page/14/