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Baptist Magazine

FOR

1815.

THE PROFITS
ARISING FROM THE SALE OF THIS WORK

ARE GIVEN

TO THE WIDOWS OF BAPTIST MINISTERS,

AT THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE

Contributors :
Rev. W. Belcher, Worcester.

Rev. T. Littlewood, Rochdale.
I. Birt, Birmingham.

D. Miall, Portsea.
W. Button, London.

W. Newman, Stepney.
J. Cherry, Wellington.

J. Palmer, Shrewsbury.
F. A. Cox, M.A. Hackney.

J.P. Porter, Bath.
T. Coles, M.A. Bourton.

W. Ragsdell, Thrapstone.
J. Dawson, Staines.

J. Rippon, D.D. London,
T. Edmonds, M.A. Cambridge. W. H. Rowe, Weymouth.
David Evans, Doleu.

J. Ryland, D.D. Bristol.
C. Evans, Anglesea.

J. Saffery, Salisbury.
J. Fawcett, D.D. Ewood Hall.

S. Saunders, Frome.
T. Flint, Gloucester.

W. Steadman, Bradford.
J. Geard, Hitchin.

E. Smith, Blockley.
W. Gray, Chipping Norton.

J. Smith, Alcester.
T. Oriffin, London.

W. Stephens, Manchester.
J. Hinton, M.A. Oxford.

Timothy Thomas, London.
J. Hargreaves, Ogden.

Thomas Thomas, London.
J. Harries, Swansea.

T. Thomas, Aberduar.
J. Ivimey, London.

T. Uppadine, Hammersmith.
W. Innes, Edinburgh.

J. Upton, London.
G. Keely, Reigmount.

T. Wake, Leighton Buzzard.
John Knott, Chatham.

T. Waters, M.A. Pershore.
S. Kilpin, Exeter.

C, Whitfield, Hamsterly.
T. Langdon, Leeds.

J. Wilkinson, Saffron Walden.
J. Lister, Liverpool.

Mark Wilks, Norwich,

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VOL. VII.

SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE.

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LONDON:
Printed hy J. BARFIEID, 91, Wardour-Street, Soho,

AND SOLD BY
W. BUTTON & SON, No. 24, PATERNOSTER-ROW.

1815.

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ANOTHER Volume of our Work being now closed, we discover, on a review of its miscellaneous contents, abundant reason for gratitude to God, for the many instances of his gracious care and goodness towards that part of his church, to whose use the MAGAZINE is more particularly devoted.

Though the “ Memoirs" of several useful Ministers, and the “ OBITUARIES” of many excellent Christians, have contributed to swell its Pages, and draw from our Readers the tear of sympathy, yet, the Divine supports afforded them in affliction and death, have, we doubt not, given encouragement and relief to many trembling believers, who, through fear of death, were subject to bondage.

As the MAGAZINE is intended to furnish matter for the instruction and edification of persons who cannot afford money, or leisure, to read larger and more expensive publications, we are not without hope, from its increasing circulation, that the “Essays," and " Reviews," have answered the end which the Editors have in view, namely, to furnish plain serious Readers with a periodical Work, at once adapted to their taste and circumstances.

The “ FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC RELIGIOUS INTELLIgence,” furnished by our Brethren in India, America, England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, affords increasing evidence of the triumphs of the Cross of Christ; and of the gradual increase of the Stone cut out of the mountain without hands, which shall, eventually, become a great mountain, and fill all the earth.

We have also given brief Notices of Missionary and other SOCIETIES, belonging to Christians of different denominations ; and have only been prevented, by the want of room, from enlarging this part of our Work. We shall always feel gratified, to record the success of the Gospel, in whatever connection it may appear.

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