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REVIVALS OF RELIGION
gion within the boucds of the
Presbyterian Church 82
434 Chalmer's Commercial Sermons 624
440 Dr. Duchachet's Memoir of Dr.
529; 532 Dr. Blason's Farewell Sermon
Elementary Discourses to chil.
La Bible, &c.
Missionary Catechisin for chil.
Pauperism Society, bin Report
53 Ward's Farewell Letters 231, 265
at Bethel Onion, N. Y.
D. Bethune, Pres. 510
Rev. J. Milnor, D. D. 539
Rev. J. Summerfield 542
at Bristol Bethel Union
Rev. G. C. Smith 571
Thoinas Roberts . 572
at London Bethel Union
Rev. W. Gurney 60i
G. C. Smith 602, 669
Rev. Mr. Marks 633
Mr. Brown 635
R. H. Marten, Esq. 668
An American Indian
Awful Warning to Sailors 159
Bible Societies, Marine-
London, Merchant Seanan's 159
N. York, Auniversary & Report
Donations 610, 672, 332,
Appointment of a Se-
448, 477, 671
pal of 315, 286, 934, 764
Call of a minister 544
Charleston, S. C. 610
508 Merchant's Brig at Sea 377, 407
Marine Society, N. York, 528
701 Port of London Society
31, 363, 348, 349, 43
N. York Society, Re-
Prayer Meetings, on board the
Joseph Eastburn 32
in Boarding Houses
on board the
On board of ves.
sels. (See Journal
of the Bethel Flag.)
at Bristol, Eng.
at Saybrook 449
Report of Rev. H. Chase to
125 Rover, wreck of schooper
Revival on board a whaleman 701
Among Seamen at G.
Schools, Sunday, Greenock 479
Liverpool . 671
pel among Seamen in the
Port of New York
95, 27, 121, 217, 249
473, 575, 701
New-York, Female branch of 726
606 Book and Homily, Foreign 179
All articles relating to the progress of the Gospel among Seamen will be
N. B –The reader is desired to note thai the pages 671 and 672 cach occur in
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