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ORDINATIONS, &c.

posed the whole will be comprized in from 24 to Oct. 10.-Mr. Stephen Deacon was

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ber of sheets (viz. four demy) for a shilling, and solemnly appointed pastor of the Baptist one copy gratis to every one who will subscribe Church at Earls-Barton, Northamptonshire. | for ten: Mr Adams, his pastor, delivered the Intro- Mrs. HANNAH More.-The Portrait of this dis

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Three dialogues between Evangelicus, 'Credens,

and Gnostics. 1. On the Moral Law, as a rule of of Carlton, addressed the church from I

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392 Poetry.

ON THE NAME JESUS. Originally composed in Latin by St. BERNARD, with an English translation, as literal as the two la no

guages will admit.

“ Thy name is as ointment poured forth." Song i. 3. Most blessed Jesus, dearest Friend,

O Jesu'mi dulcissime, Hope of my longing, panting mind,

Spes suspirantis animæ, I seek thee with my tears and sighs,

Te quærunt piæ lachrymæ, To thee my soul lifts up her cries.

Te clamor mentis intimæ. O Jesus, cordial to the heart,

Jesu, dalcedo cordium, Wbo light and life dost still impart,

Fons vivus, lumen mentium, A living Fountain, full and fresh,

Excedens omné gaudium,
Surpassing every joy and wish;

Et omne desiderium.
When on my heart thou’rt pleas'd to shine,
My soul is cheered with truth divine ;

Quando cor nostrum visitas,
All I contemn but things above,

Tunc lucet ei veritas,
My bosom glows with heav'nly love.

Mundi vilescit vanitas,
Jesus, my chief and lasting good,

Et intus fervet cbaritas,
My Saviour, strength, and precious food,

Jesu, mi bone, sentiam y presence grant, thy glory show,

Amoris tui copiam, "> any boundless love, cause me to know. op He whom the love of Jesus warms,

Da mihi per præsentiam, Approved by Jesus, knows his charms.

Tuam videre gloriam.. Bless'd is the man he fills with grace:

Quem tuus amor ebriat, Tis all I crave, to see his face.

Novit quid Jesus sapiat. · Jesus, thou Lord of Angels bright,

Quam felix est quem satiat! Great source of all their radiant light,

Non est últra quod cupiat.
Thy name's to me supremely dear,

Jesu decus Angelicum,
Delightful music to my ear :
The choicest honey to my taste,

In aure dulce canticum,
Celestial nectar, rich repast.

In ore mel mirificum, Nor nature's stores, nor toys of art,

In corde nectar cælicum. -
Afford such pleasure to the heart.

Desidero te millies
A thousand sighs for thee I heave,

Mi Jesu, quando venies ?.
To thee, my Jesus, still I cleave.

Me lætum quando facies?
When wilt thou come, and give me joy;

Me de te quando saties?
A joy that fills, but cannot cloy?
Now what I sought, my eyes descry;

Jam quod quæsivi video,
Bebold ! he comes on mountains high.

Quod concupivi teneo. My arms embrace my Saviour kind, "!

Amore. Jesu langueo,
His love inflames, dissolves my mind.

Et corde totus ardeo.
Happy the flame his love creates !

O beatum incendium,
Happy the soul his grace dilates !

Et ardens desiderium ! How sweet my love for God's dear Son !

O dulce refrigerium,
It makes me feel a heaven begun.

Amare Deum Filium!
Jesus, thou art my heart's delight;
Love rises to perfection's height,

..Tu mentis delectatio, In thee alone, iny song, iny boast,

· Amoris consummatio. Dear Saviour of a world that's lost.

Tu mea gloriatio,
In thee the choirs of heav'n exult,

Jesú mundi salvatio.
To thee my heart doth sing and shout.

Tu verum coeli gaudium, Thy glory, love, and mercy sure,

Jesu cordis tripudium,
My cares dispel, my thoughts allure,

Tollent omne fastidium,
Thou art the martyr's crown, the prize,

Mel, nectar, melos suavium,
Which every Christian soldier eyes.
Thou are the fair, th' unfading flower;

Jesu corona Martyrum,
The lily, fragrant ey'ry hour.

Et flos perennis virginum :
The virgin beart, the soul that's pure,

Tu casti cordis lilium,
In thee finds peace and joy secure.

Tu decertantis præmium. My humble suit, Lord Jesus, hear,

Exaudi preces supplicum, For then Ülive, when thou art near.

Nil extra te quærentium. · Extracted from WITSIUS ON THE CRRED; a work of extraordinary merit, now first translated from the Latin, with Notes critical and explanatory, by D. Fraser, Minister of the Gospel, Kennoway, and publishing in Parts, price 2s. each

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

VOL. VIII.

chan..................

JANUARY.

Times - Hewlett's Sermons - Hooper's

BIOGRAPHY of MR. HANSARD KNOLLYS |

Addresses to Young People......81-92

INTELLIGENCE, and ORIGINAL POETRY
1- 5

93-96
ESSAYS, &c. DOCTRINAL and PRAC-
TICAL-A View of the Evidences of

APRIL.
Divine Revelation--Thoughts on the
Atonement-Essay on Sanctification-Øn

BIOGRAPHY of MR. BENJAMIN RO.
the Use of Instrumental Music in the

........................97-99
Churches of Christ-On Christians attend-

DOCT. and PRACT.-On Preaching
ing Oratorios, &c................5-14

Haldane on the Inspiration of the Scrip.
REVIEW:-Mr. Orme's Memoirs of Dr.

tures, concluded - Mr. A. M'Lean on the

John Owen-Pamphlets on Tufant Bap-

Millennium-Note on 1 Cor. iij. 9....99

tism, &c.-Sketches of Sermons, Vol. I.

-112

Edmeston's Sacred Lyrics, 2nd sett-

REVIEW.-Mr. Orme's Life of Dr. Owen,

Sleigh's Sermon on the death of Mrs.

concludedTreatise on the Faith and

Stoper-Evans's ditto on the death of Mr.

Hope of the Gospel-History of Tom

* Thomas Williams. Time's Telescope,

Brag well-Wilks's Memoirs of Queen

for 1822......................15—24

Caroline--Millar's Village Sermons..113

INTELLIGENCE.-Abolition of the In-

--120

quisition in Lisbon-Letter from Astra-

INTELLIGENCE ............121-128

.......25-31

MAY.

ORIGINAL POETRY..............32

BIOGRAPHY of MR. TIMOTHY CRUSO,

FEBRUARY.

129-131

BIOGRAPHY of W W Kine D","DOCT. and PRACT.-M'Lean's Discourse

on the Millennium, concluded-On Minis-

DOCT. and PRACT..On the Evidences

terial Qualifications - On Missionary

of Divine Revelation, No. 2.- Essay on Ordinations--On the use of an Urgan in

Sanctification, concluded-Original Letter

Christian Churches – Query respectivg

of Dr. Joseph Stennett-Note on 2 Peter

the Office of Churchwardens-Soonet,

i. 19........

...........35-43

“ The Mourner."..............132—142

REVIEW.-The Protestant, a Weekly

REVIEW.-Dr. J. P. Smith's Scripture

Paper-Porter's Pleasures of Home-

Testimony to the Messiah-Letters of

Eisdell's First Principles of Christian

Amicus Protestans to Mr. Wilberforce-

Baptism-Sleigh's Infant Hosannas–Mr. Russell's Letters, Practical and Consola-

Gibbs's Defence against Messrs. Hull and

tory- Lily Douglas — The Catechist

Alexander......

.......44-59

Sketches of Sermons, Vol. 2 - The

INTELLIGENCE, &c. &c........60-64

Preacher, Vols. 1 and 2--Psalmo Doxo-

MARCH.

INTELLIGENCE ............. 155-159

BIOGRAPHY of John ALLEN, M.D,...65

ORIGINAL POETRY.--The Publication

DOCT. and PRACT,-Mr. R. Haldane on of the Gospel ......................160

the Inspiration of the Scriptures—On the

JUNE

Evidences of Divine Revelation, No. 3

Remarks on Preaching and Hearing-On BIOGRAPHY of Joshua OLDFIELD,D.D.

Psalmody--Ou Painting the Sufferings of

161—165

Christ- Offer of Prize Essays, &c. DOCT. and PRACT.-Essay on the Lord's

66-80 Supper -- Postscript by the Editor -

+ REVIEW.--Mr. Orme's Life of Dr. Owen Christian Discipline -- Note on 2 Cor.

--Godwin's Discourse on the Signs of the iii. ll......

.........165-173

REVIEW.-Mr. Durant's Memoirs &c. of

OCTOBER.
bis Son-Dr. Smith's Testimony to the

ESSAY.-Op consistency of Character in
Messiah-Sturtevant's Letters and Con-
versations on Preaching--Mabire's French

Ministers of the Gospel-Letter to the
Conversational Preceptor – Morison's

Editor of the Protestant-On tbe Extent

Lectures on Reciprocal Duties. .174–186

of Man's Ability to do the will of God-

INTELLIGENCE. – Anniversary Meet-

Thoughts on the Divinity of Christ-De-

fence of the Essay on Justification-Letter

ings, &c.....................187-192

to the Editor of the Old Evangelical

JULY.

Magazine, &c. ...............297–313

BIOGRAPHY of TIMOTHY Rogers, M.A. | REVIEW.-Leifchild's Lectures on the

193—195 Beatitudes -Adam's Select Passages from

DOCT. and PRACT.-Essay on Justifica the Bible-Brewster's Testimonies to

tion—On the nature of Repentance-Note Religion-Godwin's Sermon at Bradford

on Heb. xii, 17—Sonnet, The Penitent" -Goodacre's edition of Watts-Cubitt's

196—204 Sermons on the Evidences of Christianity

REVIEW.-Dr. Smith's Testimony to the

314-322

Messiah, continued-Bailey's Carnival of INTELLIGENCE.-Letter to a Separatist

Death-Montgomery's Songs of Zion concluded...... ............323–328

Letters on the Catholic Claims-Life of

NOVEMBER.
Poor Sarah-Award of Prize Essays, &c.

205--218

ESSAY.-On the Formation and Influence
INTELLIGENCE.- Anuiversary Meet of Habit-On Missionary Ordinations-
ings, &c.....................219–224

On the title “ Reverend” as applied to

Ministers-Extract from Dr. Campbell's
AUGUST.

Lectures, On the Right of Pastors to

ESSAY on BIGOTRY...........225-234 receive support-On the extent of Man's

DOCT. and PRACT.-On Man's Ability Ability to do the will of God, continued

to do the Will of God-Letter from a &c. &c....................... 329–344

Country Pastor-Answered by the Editor REVIEW, -- Belsham's. Translation of
-Note on Romans vii. 6- Essay on the Paul's Epistles — Holland's Hopes of

modification of Matter, &c. ...235-239 Matrimony_Churchill's Pocket Anec-
REVIEW.-Dr. J. P. Smith's Testimony dotes - Pengilly's Guide to Baptism,

to the Messiah, concluded-Scott's Ana. Sixth Edition Shoveller's Plain Dia-

Jytical Investigation of the Scriptural logues, Second Edition-Dore's Letters on

claims of the Devil-Shoveller's Plain Faith, Second Edition-Clark's Chart of

Dialogues--Lawson's Exposition of the the World...................345—

Book of Proverbs- Napoleon in Exile, INTELLIGENCE.............355—359

or a Voice from St. Helena-Marshman's ORIGINAL POETRY...........360

Sunday School Dialogues-On the Sen-
timents of Calvin.............240—257

DECEMBER.
INTELLIGENCE...... ......258263 / LETTER from Mr. M'Gavin in Defence of
ORIGINAL POETRY.-Monody on the the Protestant-Further Remarks on the

Death of Mr. John Griffin and Mr. Alfred Admission of Members, &c.-Visit to the
Cecil Buckland. .....

..........264

Grave of the Dairyman's Daughter-Epi-
SEPTEMBER.

taph on her Tombstone-On the Extent

ESSAY.-On the Order of Worship ob- |

of Man's Ability to do the will of God,

concluded...................361-376

served in the first Churches,&c.-Remarks

REVIEW. - Belsham's Translation of
on a late Pamphlet, entitled, “ An Inves-
tigation of the doctrine of Water Bap-

Paul's Epistles, concluded-lafant as well
fisin"-Query on the Essay on Justifica-

as Believers' Baptism proved from Scrip-
tion-Further Remarks on the Admission

ture, &c.—Time's Telescope, for the year
of Members- Extract from Mr. Russell's

1823........................377 390

Catechism“ On the Nature of Repent-

ance"--Queries-Translation of Buchan-

an's “ Hymnus Matutinus”. ....265-276

REVIEW.-Herbert's Sermon on the Divine LIST OF THE PORTRAITS IN VOL. VIII.
Prescience-Mulock's Two Letters on the

January ... Mr. Hansard Koollys.
Mystery of the Gospel-Taylor's Ele February ... Dr. William King.
ments of Thought-Roses from the Gar March . . . ., John Allen.

April

den of Sharon-Mackenzie's French Pro-

.

Mr. Benjamin Robinson.

.

May . . .

Mr. Timothy Cruso.

testant- Burder's. Mental Discipline-

June .

Dr. Joshua Oldfield.

Morning and Evening Sacrifice, &c. &c.

July . . . .

Timotby Rogers, M.A.

277-284 August. ... Dr. Benjamin Avary.

INTELLIGENCE.-Letter to a Separa-

September ... Mr. Jobi Jarman.

October . . .

Dr. Caleb Fleming

tist................. ..........285 295

November .... Dr. Thomas Amory.

ORIGINAL POETRY..............296 December ... Mr. Timothy Lamb.

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TO TAE

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED; TO THE BOOKS REVIEWED;

AND TO THE ARTICLES OF INTELLIGENCE.

265.

387.

Adam's Select Passages from the Bible, Clergy and Laity, an unauthorized distinc-
review of, 318.

tion, 336.
Ability of Man to do the will of God, enquiry Continental Society, correspondence of, 95.

proposed, 238.--answered, 305, 341, 369. - Anniverstry Meeting of the, 22).
Admission of Church Members, remarks on, Clark's Chart of the World, 353.

273.-answered by a Strict Baptist, 367. Columbian College, Washingtoo, address
Alison, on Taste, quoted, 46.

concerning, 358.
Allen, Jobn, M.D. Memoirs of, 65.

Cruso, Mr. Timothy, Memoirs of, 129.
Apostolic Churches, their order pointed out, Cubitt's Four Sermons at Boston, 321.

Dairyman's Daughter, visit to her tomb,
Apochryphal Writings, remarks on, 319. I 377.--Inscription on her tomb-stone, 369.
Astrachan, letter from a Missionary there, Deaconnesses, Remarks on their office in
28.

the Primitive Churches, 266.
Association in South Wales, Breviates of, “ Delivering unto Satan," what intended by
325.

it, 168.
Atonement, thoughts on the, 8.

Discipline, Christian, 1 Cor. v. 167.
Auxiliary Bible Societies, City of London, Dore, Mr. his Letters of Faith, new edition,
31, 50.

noticed, 353.
Baptist Society at Liverpool, 285, Durant, Mr. bis Memoirs of his Son, re-
323.

viewed, 173.
. Bailey's Carnival of Death, reviewed, 212. Edmeston, Mr. his Sacred-Lyrics, 22.
Banister, Mr. Henry, of Winewall, his Eisdell's First Principles of Baptism, re-
death, 120.

viewed, 56.
Baptism, review of pamphlets on, 18, 269, Enquiry into the nature of Man's inability,

&c. 234, 305, 347,369.
Baptist Highland Mission, 63, 125, 156.' Evans's, Mr. George, his Sermon on the
Baptist Anniversary Meetings, 223.

death of Williams, 23. **
Baptism of the Holy Spirit, how misunder- Evidences of Divine Revelation, 5, 35, 67.
stood by some, 271.

Formation of an Auxiliary Baptist Mission,
Baptists, how grossly misreprésented, 272. 'ary Society at Liverpool, 285, 323.
Baxter, Mr. Richard, notice of his work, 97. Foster, Mr. his Essays quoted, 77.
Belsham, Mr: Thomas, his translation of French Protestant, a tale, reviewed, 281,

Paul's Epistles, &c. reviewed, 345, 379. Gibbs, Mr. his Defence against Messrs. Hull
Bigotry, Essay on, 225.'

? aud Alexander, 59.
Birt, Mr, his Strictures on Burder's Sermon, Godwin, Mr. his Discourse on the Signs of

the Times, 85.--His Sermon at Bradford,
Bragwell, Tom, his History criticized, 118. | 320. "
Bruce, Mr. John, on the Abrahamic Cove- Goodacre, Mr. his edition of Watts's Psalms
nant, 19. i!

and Hymns, 321.
Brewster's Mr. Testimonies to Religion, Gospel Ministry, a divine institution, 99.-
notice of, 319.

How its duties should be discharged, 100.
Burder, Mr. H. F. his Right of Infants to Habit, Essay on its Formation, &c. 329.
Baptism, 19.

| Haldane, Mr. R. his view of the Inspira-
Mental Discipline, reviewed, 281. tion of the Bible, 66, 104. - .
British and Foreign Bible Society, 186. Hebrides, Baptist Mission to the, 125.
British Iostitution, 189.

Henderson, Dr. his Ode on the Old Year,
British and Foreign School Society, 221, | 25.
354. i

Herbert, Mr. bis Sermon on the Divine
Buchangan's Hymnus Matutinus, translated, Prescience, 277.

Hewlett, Mr. his Sermon reviewed, 90.
Catechist, the, reviewed, 152.

Hibernian Society, 188.
Calvin, John, inquiry into his opinions, 257. Holland, Mr. his Hopes of Matrimony, re-
Cases for building Meeting-houses, 261. viewed, 350,
Chamberlaine, Mr. his death, 192. Hooper, Mr. his Addresses to Young People,
Charity, Essay on, 163.

91. .
Christian Pastors, their right to support, Home Missionary Society, 30, 192.
338.

| Ingham, Mr. Benj. his Faith and Hope of
Christ, bis Divinity defended, 310.

the Gospel reprinted, 117.'
Churchill, Mr. his Pocket Anecdotes, 352. Ingram, mr. bis Letter to the Editor, 239,

19.

278.

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