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posed the whole will be comprized in from 24 to Oct. 10.-Mr. Stephen Deacon was
80 ; at any rate, he engages to give the usual num
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
tinguished lady, painted by H. W. PICKERSGILL, ductory address, and asked the usual ques.
| A. R. A. and exhibited in the Royal Academy last tions ; Mr. Hinds, of Sbarnbrook, offered season, is now in the hands of an eminent engraver the Ordination prayer; Mr. Blundell gave for publication. the charge, from Mal. ii. ñ; Mr. Vorley,
Three dialogues between Evangelicus, 'Credens,
and Gnostics. 1. On the Moral Law, as a rule of of Carlton, addressed the church from I
Life. 8. On Ministerial Addresses to the unconThess. v. 13; Messrs, Knowles, of Hackle verted. 3. On the Spirit and Temper which the ton, and Clark, of Gainsborough, engaged Gospel requires. By John DENNER, 18mo. in prayer; and Mr. Rowlet, of Catunth,
The second edition of the Poor Mechanic By
the Rev. CÆSAR MALAN, minister of the Protestant read suitable hymns. In the Evening, Mr.
church at Geneva. Coleman, of Woolastone, (Independent) The Christian Child, or an Antidote to Atheism, read and prayed, and Mr. Mack, of Clip Deism, Unitarianism. Antinomianism, &c.in a sestone, preached and concluded. This church
ries of Essays, to be completed in twelve num
bers, three pence each. By CHAS, HADDINOTT. had been destitute of a pastor eleven years,
Christian Prudence, consisting of Maxims and during which period they had to contend | Proverbs, Divine and Moral, collected from the with many difficulties; but Mr. Deacon's
sacred Scriptures, the writings of the primitive
fathers, beathen philosophers and eminent divines, labours among them for the last five years
together with many never before printed, 18mo. have been greatly blessed, and six new embellished with many wood cuts. members have ibeen added to the church, An Alpine Tale, suggested by some circumand the congregation is considerably in
stances which occurred towards the close of the
past century, in two volumes, by the author of creased. The number of members is now |
Tales from Switzerland thirty-three. Their meeting-house, a hired Anatomical Camera Obscura, exhibiting Scenes one, is become very inconvenient, if not from Nature, illustrated with sixteen neatly exedangerous, the walls and gallery being
cuted engravings, in 4 vols. By the Rev. T.
TOWNE. propped to prevent their falling ; it is, The second edition in 1 vol. 12mo, with consitherefore, the wish of the church to build a derable alterations and much enlarged, of Christian plain place of worship for their accommo
Fellowship, or the Church Member's Guide. By the
Rev. JOHN ANGEL JAMES, of Birmingham. dation. With this view they are raising
The second volume of Sermons, published money among themselves by a penny a by subscription. By the Rev. Dr. STYLES, of week subscription, &c. and intending, as, they will be necessitated to do shortly, to
Good Servants commended, and Bad Servants
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mondsey. public. This village contains about 1100 Scripture History, in Verse. By a Lady, 18mo. inhabitants; and there is a great desire for A New Edition of Griffin's Memoirs of a British
Officer. hearing the word not only among them, but
The Twenty-first Edition of Burder's Supplealso among the adjacent villages.
The improved Sunday School' Spelling, part 1, LITERARY NOTICES.
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Reading Lessons of One and Two Syllables; the The Fourth volume of THE PREACHER, or, Sket-whole illustrated with thirty-three Wood Cuts, ches of Original Sermons, cbiefly selected from the from Craio and Brooke's designe. Manuscripts of Eminent Divines of the last Cen
Part 2, containing Spelling Lessons from Two tury, for the Use of Lay Preachers and Young
to Four Syllables, and to enable the learner to atMinisters; to which is prefixed a Familiar Essay
tain a correct pronunciation, all the mute letters on the Composition of a Sermon.-A Letter to a
| are printed in Italics. Young Minister on Preaching the Gospel, &c.
Part 3, containing Scripture Reading Lessons, Just Published.-Sin Removed by Christ the
with the Long Words divided into Syllables, and a Lamb of God, and Sinners directed to an all-suf
Dictionary of the Hard Words which occur in the ficient Saviour. The substance of a Sermon, by
Lessons at the top of each : the whole illustrated the Rev. John PEACOCK, price 1s.
with twenty-three Wood Cuts, from designs by Eliza, or the Pious Village Girl; exhibiting
Craig traits of Character for imitation in humble life.
Part 4, containing Words of the same Sound With a plate, price ls 6d.
with different Meanings. Spelling Lessons of Six The Best Choice, or History of Little Mary, A
Syllables, Scripture Naines with their pronunciation, Tale for Sabbath Schools.
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Part 5, containing a Dictionary of Words in BIBLE, comprising the Holy Scriptures in the Eng
frequent use, with explanations. A Dictionary of lish and Welsh Languages; every column of each
Theological Terms, and Lessons in Poetry. version corresponding with the other. By J.
Thoughts on the Anglican and American Anglo HARRIS, Editor of the Seren Gomer, Swansea.
Churches. By JOHN BRISTED, 1 vol. 8vo. It will be printed on good paper, with a middle
A volume of Sermons of the Rev. HUGH WORsized new letter, (called Long Primer); and pub
THINGTON, formerly of Salter's Hall, 8vo. lished in shilling numbers, once a month, or oftener, if the subscribers should wish it. A few
Just Published. copies will be printed on superior paper at 19. 60. a number, if subscribed for.-A very large letter Sketches of Sermons, furnished by their reswould render the volume too bulky, and a very pective Authors, vol. 4, 12mo. 4s. small one would make it unacceptable to most Ivimey's History of the Baptists, vol. 3, Smo. readers.
12s. * The Editor cannot now precisely tell to how Hughes's Sermon for the late Rev. J. Owen, of many numbers the work will amount; it is sup: Fulham, price 19. 6d.
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,
Et omne desiderium.
Quando cor nostrum visitas,
Tunc lucet ei veritas,
Mundi vilescit vanitas,
Et intus fervet cbaritas,
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.
Jesu decus Angelicum,
In aure dulce canticum,
In ore mel mirificum, Nor nature's stores, nor toys of art,
In corde nectar cælicum. -
Desidero te millies
Mi Jesu, quando venies ?.
Me lætum quando facies?
Me de te quando saties?
Jam quod quæsivi video,
Quod concupivi teneo. My arms embrace my Saviour kind, "!
Amore. Jesu langueo,
Et corde totus ardeo.
O beatum incendium,
Et ardens desiderium ! How sweet my love for God's dear Son !
O dulce refrigerium,
Amare Deum Filium!
..Tu mentis delectatio, In thee alone, iny song, iny boast,
· Amoris consummatio. Dear Saviour of a world that's lost.
Tu mea gloriatio,
Jesú mundi salvatio.
Tu verum coeli gaudium, Thy glory, love, and mercy sure,
Jesu cordis tripudium,
Tollent omne fastidium,
Mel, nectar, melos suavium,
Jesu corona Martyrum,
Et flos perennis virginum :
Tu casti cordis lilium,
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
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Times - Hewlett's Sermons - Hooper's
INTELLIGENCE, and ORIGINAL POETRY
BIOGRAPHY of MR. BENJAMIN RO.
DOCT. and PRACT.-On Preaching
Haldane on the Inspiration of the Scrip.
tures, concluded - Mr. A. M'Lean on the
REVIEW.-Mr. Durant's Memoirs &c. of
ESSAY.-Op consistency of Character in
Ministers of the Gospel-Letter to the
Editor of the Protestant-On tbe Extent
INTELLIGENCE. – Anniversary Meet-
Thoughts on the Divinity of Christ-De-
fence of the Essay on Justification-Letter
Magazine, &c. ...............297–313
REVIEW.-Dr. Smith's Testimony to the
Letters on the Catholic Claims-Life of
ESSAY.-On the Formation and Influence
On the title “ Reverend” as applied to
Ministers-Extract from Dr. Campbell's
Lectures, On the Right of Pastors to
Country Pastor-Answered by the Editor REVIEW, -- Belsham's. Translation of
modification of Matter, &c. ...235-239 Matrimony_Churchill's Pocket Anec-
to the Messiah, concluded-Scott's Ana. Sixth Edition Shoveller's Plain Dia-
Sunday School Dialogues-On the Sen-
Death of Mr. John Griffin and Mr. Alfred Admission of Members, &c.-Visit to the
Grave of the Dairyman's Daughter-Epi-
taph on her Tombstone-On the Extent
served in the first Churches,&c.-Remarks
REVIEW. - Belsham's Translation of
Paul's Epistles, concluded-lafant as well
as Believers' Baptism proved from Scrip-
ture, &c.—Time's Telescope, for the year
REVIEW.-Herbert's Sermon on the Divine LIST OF THE PORTRAITS IN VOL. VIII.
January ... Mr. Hansard Koollys.
SUBJECTS DISCUSSED; TO THE BOOKS REVIEWED;
AND TO THE ARTICLES OF INTELLIGENCE.
Adam's Select Passages from the Bible, Clergy and Laity, an unauthorized distinc-
proposed, 238.--answered, 305, 341, 369. - Anniverstry Meeting of the, 22).
273.-answered by a Strict Baptist, 367. Columbian College, Washingtoo, address
Cruso, Mr. Timothy, Memoirs of, 129.
Dairyman's Daughter, visit to her tomb,
the Primitive Churches, 266.
Discipline, Christian, 1 Cor. v. 167.
&c. 234, 305, 347,369.
death of Williams, 23. **
Formation of an Auxiliary Baptist Mission,
Paul's Epistles, &c. reviewed, 345, 379. Gibbs, Mr. his Defence against Messrs. Hull
? aud Alexander, 59.
the Times, 85.--His Sermon at Bradford,
and Hymns, 321.
How its duties should be discharged, 100.
| Haldane, Mr. R. his view of the Inspira-
Henderson, Dr. his Ode on the Old Year,
Herbert, Mr. bis Sermon on the Divine
Hewlett, Mr. his Sermon reviewed, 90.
Hibernian Society, 188.
| Ingham, Mr. Benj. his Faith and Hope of
the Gospel reprinted, 117.'