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LITERARY NOTICES, continued.

LITERARY NOTICES, contiued.
Historical Tales for young Protestants, 649 Westbrook's (Mrs.) Memoir of Emma Tatham,
Huc's “ Christianity in China, Tartary, and 70
Thibet," 648

Williams's “ Union with Christ," 642
Humphreys's “ Manual of Moral Philosophy," Wilson's "Water Cure," 547
69

Winslow's " Morning Thoughts," vol. II., 613
Hlymn-Books, Wesleyan Sunday-School, 1120 Wiseman's "Christ in the Wilderness," 545
Jackson's "Duties of Christianity," 926

Young's " Mystery ; or, Evil and God," 260
James's “ Rivulet Controversy," 69

Little things, the greatness of, 688
Job, Rev. Z., Miss Farmer's “Memoir" of, | Livingstone, Dr., in South Africa, 174, 232, 557,
642

558-his “ Missionary Travels and Researches
Jobson's " America, and American Method- in South Africa," noticed, 1121
ism," 927

Lockwood, Rev. J. P., communications from,
Joseph the Jew, 269

488, 705
Kelly's “ Examination of the Facts, State Lot, Moravian use of the, 948

ments, &c., of Dr. Davidson relative to
vol. II. of Horne's 'Introduction,'" 1118

Manichæan system, sketch of, 47
Kennedy's "Divine Life," 70

Martyn, Henry, mentioned, 790, 892
Kinnaird's " bengal," 112:

Maxwell, Lady, mentioned, 1066
Leifchild, Mrs., “Memoir" of, 269

Maynooth, references to, 169, 362
Livingstone's “ Missionary Travels and Re-

Mecca, and the " Kaaba," Lieutenant Burton's

138
searches in South Africa," 1121
Lorimer's “Precursors of Knox:" Patrick

Medina and the prophet's tomb, Lieutenant

Burton's visit to, 37
Hamilton, 359
Lowe's “ Inspiration," 268

Melita of Scripture, identification of, with
Lumsden's “ Infant Baptism," 69

Malta, 697
M'Crindell's (Miss R.) “Convent," 848

Memorabilia of modern Church history : II. Mis-
Macdonald's “ Creation and the Fall," 260

sions in Pegu, Burmah, 329—III. Gems from
Merivale's "Christian Records," 546

the Coral Islands, 513
Moore's “ Zion's Service of Song," 67

Memorial tree, at Alpraham, 217
Morning Clouds, 357

Methodism, introduction of, into Armin, 2; into
Mountuin (Col. A.) “Memoirs and Letters"

Cheshire, 217; into Settle, 291; into Grimes.
of, 927

thorpe, 968-influence of, in the valley of the
New Publications announced, 270, 643, 929

Mississippi, 603, 717-state of, in the Berwick
O'Neill's Catechism of Popery," 927

and Ayr Circuits sixty-four years ago, 1064,
Our Home Islands, 1121

1065–progress of, in Germany, 1126_opening
Owen's Memoir of G. B. Thorneycroft, Esq.,

for, in German Switzerland, 1126
70

Miller, Hugh, of Cromarty, glance at the story
Parry, Rear-Admiral Sir W. E., “ Memoirs

of his life, 413-extract from his " Testimony

of the Rocks," 612
of, 358
Peurson, Rev. J., Barrett's “Recollections"

Milton and Hesiod, 16-translation of Milton's

"Paradise Lost" into Icelandic, mentioned,
of, 269

1124
Rationale of Justification by Faith, 265
Religion in earnest, 269

Ministry, qualifications for the, 979, 980
Rigg's Modern Anglican Theology," 927

Miracles, cessation of, 534
Sæcula Tria: an Allegory of Life, 360

Moffat, Rev. R., mentioned, 558
Sheppard's Foreign Sacred Lyre," 360

Montgomery, James, mentioned, 167_stanzas
Sime's " Bible Manual," 1121

by, on the Rev. W. Threlfall, 545
Smith's (Dr. George) “ History of Wesleyan Moravians, Missions of, in Mongolia, 632—
Methodism," vol. I., 638

Synod of, at Herrnhut, 948. See also Hutton.
Solace in Sickness and Sorror, 69

Morning thoughts, 436
Stewart's "Tent and the Khan," 641

Mulberry-plantations in China, 813
Stor's " Bible Emblems," 268

Myles's " Chronological History of Methodism,"
Stroud's Analytical Index to the Four

character of, 639
Gospels and Acts of the Apostles," 349 Nautical words used by Luke, examples of, 599
Tatham, Miss Emma, Mrs. Westbrook's Nelson, John, mentioned, 218, 219, 220
“ Memoir" of, 70

Nestorians, a Missionary to the, 891
The Author: a Poem, 359

Newton, Dr., his biographer, and the “ Chris-
The Book and its Missions, 269

tian Observer," 1012-mentioned, 2, 10, 11
The Ottoman Empire, 549

Nonconformists, an hour with one of the, 488
The Reason Why, 642
The Sheepfold and the Common, 1121

Open-air preaching, scenes at the commence-
Thorneycroft, G. B., Esq., Owen's “ Memoir”

ment of, 161-by Bishops and Clergy in the
of, 70

present day, 836
Urling's “ Vocal Gymnastics," 546

Ordination does not convey the right to the
Vigis's "Character and Offices of Christ,” 70 ministerial office, 979
Walker's “ Cottage Sketches," 1120

Our large cities, their alarming aspects, 815
West, (Rev. Daniel,) " Life and Journals" of,
928

Palmerston, Lord, foreign policy and home
West and Sugden's “Hymn-Tune Book," 268 administration of, 363

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

A Spanish exile, 77
Africa, South: From the Rev. T. Arbousset,

Pantheism, a scriptural, 1114-referred to, 305,

345, 1110
Parry, Sir Edward, on the doctrine of sacra.

mental grace, 420_" Memoirs" of, noticed,

358 ; extract from, 408
Parsecs, history and character of the, 235
Paul, at Athens, 452, 1105_voyage and ship-

wreck of, 597, 693—conversion of, 614
Paulicians in the nineteenth century, 806
Pegu, Burmah, Missions in, 329, 1127
Pelagian controversy, account of the, 350, 364, 438
Pentecost, the day of, 240
Peripatetics, 1109. See also Aristotle.
Peter, mission of, to the Gentiles, 114/sermon

of, on the day of Pentecost, 247-apostolate
of, 899, 983—his reputed residence at Rome,

992—his martyrdom, 993
Pharisuism, cardinal errors of, 536
Philosophy, ancient, remarks on, 522
Pilgrim fathers, the, 705
Plague-ship, the, 702
Plato, doctrines of, 526-referred to, 1114
Platonic philosophers, the writings of, bow far

useful to Augustine, 151
Platonism and Christianity, imagined coinci.

dence between, 345
** Plural of majesty,” notes on the, 14, 22
POETRY.
A Mother on the Death of a Child, by Charles

Wesley, M. A., 647
For the forty Days of Lent, by B. Gough, 273
Hymn to Christ, 1044
Leaning on the Beloved, 1044
Lines on the Death of a Child, by Daniel

Webster, 551
Moses on Pisgah, 272
My own old Cross again," 365
Song of Praise for Deliverance from Ship-

ureck, by Charles Wesley, M.A., 738
Songs in the Night, 456
The Burial of Moses, 73
There is a Land of Rest, by B. Gough, 170
To the North Star, 934
“ We all do fude as a Leaf," by J. Smedley,

1125
Polar regions, life in the, 408
Popery, books relating to, noticed, 68, 69, 70,

369, 548, 927-in Feejee, 373; at the Gambia,
1054 ; in Ireland, 455, 1072; in the West
Indies, 958, 1052, 1053—other references to,

167, 169, 153, 646, 819, 960, 987, 1091, 1133
Powell, Rev. Thomas, character of, in early life,

99
Prayer, objections to, answered, 1104
Prayer-meetings, in private houses, notes on,

301, 377-in Germany, 460-in Denmark and

the Duchies, 461
Prophetic office, note on the, 976
Pulpit, essay on the, by the Rev. Thornley

Smith: its history, 320—its power, 421
Puritans, notices of the, 488, 706
Puscy, Dr., an old mis-statement of, relating to

the Wesleyans, revived, 1020
Puseyism, referred to, 420, 1026, 1045
Pythagoras, doctrines of, 524

Africa, West: Bishop Weeks's last letter, 951
Algeria, 951
Anniversaries : British and Foreign Bible

Society, 552-Church Missionary Society,
552—-London Missionary Society, 553—
Baptist Missionary Society, 553— London

City Mission, 554
China, nineteen years in, 178
Colportage in America, 80
Dr. Livingstone in South Africa, 174
Evangelical Alliance, Meeting of the, at Ber.

lin, 555, 648
Feejce, 1046. See also under WESLEYAN

MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Germany: Moravian Synod at Herrnhut, 948

--a Methodist Conference in, 1126
India: Converts under trial, 1045-heroic

perseverance of Missionaries in the Fast,
1127-letter from a Missionary's wife,

martyred at Cawnpoor, 1128
Jerusalem, 1045
Jeus at Marseilles, 171-in Germany, 458
New Hebrides, 368
Prayer meetings in Germany, 460-in Den-

mark and the Duchies, 461
Praying for the Holy Ghost, 174
Public education, 367
Shipwrecks : life-boat services, 739
Sweden: Bishop Thomander and bis first

pastoral, 74extract from the speech of the
King of Sweden, at the opening of Parlia-

ment, 77-the revival in Sweden, 171
The British Minister at Wushington a Sabo

bath-keeper, 949
Tounghoo, Burmak, 949
Turkey, as it was, and as it is, 77–question of

liberty in, 1129
Turkey in Asia, 177, 739
Wesleyan Conference: The Irish Conference,

817—the British Conference, 819-stations
of the Wesleyan Ministers, &c., in Great
Britain, 822; in Ireland, 832, 835; on the
Foreign Missions, 835; in connexion with
the Australasian Conference, 939, with the
Canada Conference, 941, with the Confer-
ence of Eastern British America, 944, with
the French Conference, 945 - Annual
Address to the Societies, 834-obituary of
Wesleyan Ministers, in Great Britain, 80;

in Ireland, 849; on Mission stations, 946
WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY:
Africa, South, 747. Albany, 83, 655, 851,

851, 852—Bechuana Country, 853_Cape
of Good Hope, 853, 956--Kaffraria, Bri-
tish, 181, 274, 851-Kafiruria Proper,

27+Natal, 656
Africa, Western. Cape Coast, 279, 373,

376, 957–Gambia, 183, 463, 1054-Gold
Coast, 374, 1054—Sierra-Leone, 84, 46,

1048, 1049-slave-trade, revival of, 1048
America, British. Newfoundland, 279
America, Central. Honduras, 278, 1054
Anniversary of the Wesleyan Missionary

Society, 556, 740
Austraksia and Polynesia. Annual Con.

ference, 464-Feejee, 85, 86, 183, 275,

Raglan, Lord, anecdotes of, 333
Rationalism, features of, 49-references to, 209,

211, 269, 305, 307, 621, 622, 624, 1026—works
relating to, noticed, 927, 1118

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, continual.

372, 557, 740, 1135-Friendly Islands, 654
- South Australia, 1051-Tasmania, 1050

-Victoria, 466, 1134
Ceylon, 652
China, 179, 280, 372, 631
Contributions, 88, 188, 280, 376, 468, 570,

658, 855, 960, 1054, 1136
Debt, liquidation of the, 559
France, 569
India, Continental, 462, 557, 559, 1132.

Madras, 81, 368, 371, 652, 854, 1133
Mysore, 653, 954, 1133-military revolt,
8.34, 1054-prayer for India, 952-Bishop
of Calcutta's pastoral, 953-minute of
the General Committee on the Indian

mutiny, 1130
Ireland, 755
"John Wesley," Mission ship, 372
Medical Missionaries, 462
Missionaries, death of, 463 See also

Report
Niger Expedition, 1048
Receipts of the Society for 1856, 559
Report, 558
Thomas, Rev. J. Stewart, Kaffir compunc-

tion for the murder of, 274
West Indies. Antigua, 656-Bahamas, 638

--Barbadoes, 657-Demerara, 657, 960
Dominica, 1053—Hayti, 959—Montser-
rat, 657, 1052–St. Martin's, 1053—-St.

Vincent's, 1136

TV est, Rev. Daniel, 373-376, 463
Young Women's Christian Association, 458
Reuben, thoughts on the character of, 609
REVIEWS. See Chauvet, Gill, Gnosticism,

Hutton, Jackson, Smith, and LITERARY

NOTICES.
Revival of religion, in Sweden, 171
Robinson, Rev. E. J., communications from,

124, 312, 402, 504
Rochdale, a good town-custom of, mentioned, 793
Roe, Charles, Esq., of Macclestield, anecdote of,

897

Simpson, Bishop, and Dr. M'Clintock, of the

Methodist Episcopal Church of America, visit

of, to Europe, 817, 821, 1126, 1127
Simpson, David, and John Wesley, 896
Singing, congregational, observations on, 67
Slater, Edward, Mr. Wesley's coachman, men-

tioned, 292
Smith, Mrs. Martha, memorials of, 683
Smith's (James, Esq.) “ Voyage and Shipwreck

of St. Paul," reviewed, 597
Socrates, teaching of, 525
Sophists, system of the, 525
Southey's Life of Wesley, remarks on, 640
Stephen, the proto-martyr, 529—referred to, 619,

626, 627
Stoddard, Rer. D. T., of the Nestorian Mission,

biographic sketch of, 891
Stoicism described, 345, 527, 1110
Sunday-schools, relation of, to the ministry and

to the church, 510-Wesleyan, “Hymn-
Books" for, noticed, 1120-statistics of Wes-

leyan Sunday and day schools, 837
Sweden, religious revival in, 171-winter travels

in, 634
Switzerland, 169, 1126

Sabbath, a “ History" of the, noticed, 71, 548–

Moravian view of the, 164/observance of the,
in Kaffirland, 541-regard of the Pilgrim
Fathers for the, 713–our superior facilities of
Sabbath-sanctification, 921-references to the,

362, 949, 1007
Sabbaths, memorable: A Sabbath near Patmos,

498—8 first Sabbath in the desert, 500-a

Sabbath at Elim, 501-a Sabbath at Sinai, 603
Sabbaths, my, 62
Sceptic, the, saved, 907
Schwarts, Christian Friedrich, life and work of,

801
Sensationalism, Ionian, results of, 523, 524
Sepoy, who became a Christian, case of the, 931,

1083
Seraphim, questions concerning, 16
Settle, early Methodism in, 291
Shaftesbury, Earl of, celebration of harvest-

homes by, 746
Shaw, Rev. Barnabas, character of, in early

life, 98
Ships, ancient, build and rig of, 597
Sigourney, Mrs, verses by, on the Pilgrim

Fathers, 714

Tallourd, Justice, sentiment in the last charge

of, quoted, 797
Taylor, Bishop, sermons of, described, 326
Taylor, David, mentioned, 218, 219
Taylor's (Isaac) “ Wesley and Methodism,"

remarks on, 640
Taylor, Richard, of the Theological Institution,

death of, mentioned, 1139
Tertullian, quoted, 344, 615, 992, 993, 1109
TEXTS ILLUSTRATED. See also HORÆ

BIBLICÆ.
Genesis i. 1; Job i. 1....15
Genesis i.-iii.....265
Genesis xlix. 4....609
Deuteronomy xxxiv. 1-5....272
Deuteronomy xxxiv. 6. ...73
Isaiah vi.....13
Psalm cxvi. 15....679
Proverbs x. 26....688
Ezekiel xxxiii. 32....784
Hosea ii. 14....273
Malachi ii. 7. ...974
Matthew v. 23, 24....1007
Matthew xvi. 13-19....902
Matthew xxviii. 16-20....32
Mark xvi. 15; Romans viii. 19-22....58
Luke xxiv. 50; Acts i. 12....53
John i. 42....900
John xii. 41; Acts xxviii. 25, 26....19
John xvi. 7 ; xiv. 28....310
John xvii. 17....208, 305
John xvii. 24....1075
John xxi. 1-18....905
John xxi. 18, 19....993
Acts i. 4, 5....310
Acts ii. 1, &c., 240
Acts iii. 6. ...906
Acts iv. 32....530
Aets v. 1-11....983
Acts vi. 1-4....530
Acts vi. 5. ...531
Acts vi. 6, 8....533
Acts vi. 9-15....534
Acts vii. 2-53....535

...308

TEXTS ILLUSTRATED, continued.

VARIETIES, continued.
Acts vil 53; Galatians lii. 19; Hebrews ii. luminous meteoric phenomena, 1040--the
2,5....21

aurora on the shores of the Polar Sen, 1041
Acts vii. 55, 56. ...537

-phenomena in connexion with molten
Acts viii. 18....985

substances, 1041-animals of Thibet and
Acts ix. 1-19; xxii. 3-16; xxvi. 9-20....620- India, 1042—use of the prism in detecting
627

impurities, 1043—experiments on a fruit-
Acts x. 1, &c., 985

bearing tree, 1043-temperature of some
Acts X. 44....114

deep mines in Cornwall, 1043-contersion
Acts x. 48....988

of paper into parchment, 1043-presence of
Acts xii. 2. ...989

copper in the tissues of plants and animals,
Acts xii. 3-19....990

1043
Acts xii. 20-23....991

Canton of Zurich in 1855, 169
Acts xvii. 14....1106

Captain M'Clure's Arctic expedition, 645
Acts xvii. 16....1108

Coast of Naples, and Temple of Scrapis,
Acts xvii. 18-21....1110

Pozzuoli, 1124
Acts xvii. 22-34.... 1112-1115

Damascus in 1855, 643
Acts xx. 28....872

Dr. Johnson on slavery, 365
Acts xxii. 28.. .616

Effects of worship on the insane, 617
Acts xxvi. 10....619

Foolscap," 933
Acts xxvii. 1-12....599-603

Inlerior of a manse" in a mountain-village
Acts xxvii. 13-44....693-697

of Italy, 453
Acts xxvii. 16, 17, 29, 40....598

Literary doings in Iceland, 1124
Acts xxviii. 1....697

Mecca in 1853, 646
1 Corinthians xi. 26.... 428

Mourning customs, 454
Galatians i. 17, 18....626

Paper-making, 736
Galatians ii. 9; Romans i. 13....993

Photographic effects of lightning, 1123
Galatians ii. 11, 12. ...988

Physiology of fascination, 363
Ephesians ii. 8

Precautions against lightning, 170
2 Timothy ij. 2; iv. 2 ; Titus i. 5, 9....979 Precious stones, 270
Hebrews i. 14....18

Rapid groroth of Canada, 71
Hebrews ix. 23. ...14

Rhodes, 737
James i, 18....308

Saltness of the sea as affecting navigation, 737
1 Peter i. 1; 2 Peter i. 16; ill. I. ...992

Suicide in France, 1123
1 Peter i. 23. ...308

The Abyssinian Church, 364
1 Peter v. 13....992

The basin of the Atlantic Ocean, 271
1 John iii. 9....308

The Crimea in olden times, 72
Threlfall, Rev. W., " Memorials" of, noticed, Trivial causes of ducks, 644
545—extracts from, 539, 541, 702

IV hat about the new American Bible932
Tongues, gift of, on the day of Pentecost, 244

Vicars, Captain Hedley, 61, 583—the father of,
Townley, Rev. C. G., arguments instrumental to 23
the conversion of, 907

Vincent's, St., described, 589
Tracts, Christian, in Ceylon and India, 124 Voltaire, reasoning against the deluge, 612
Traduction, doctrine of, 262, 263
Trinitarianism, twofold proof of, 19

Wady Mukatteb, or the “Written Valley,"
Trust-estates, Wesleyan, augmented value of, recent investigations in, 356
820, 837

Watson, Rev. R., his " Exposition " referred to,
Truth, in morals and religion, not omnipotent, 904, 905
213, 307

Wellington, Duke of, mentioned, 333, 334
Twining, Rev. Mr., of Nova-Scotia, attachment Wesley, Rev. John, dying words of, 61-scene of
of, to Methodist, 61

his conversion, 157, 159—friendly intercourse

between the Wesleys and the family of Mr.
Unitarianism, referred to, 211

Hutton, 157-Moravian account of Mr. Wes-

ley's separation from the United Brethren, 160
Vandals, ravages of the, in Africa, 444

-visits of, to Alpraham, in Cheshire, 218-221;
VARIETIES.

to Settle, Yorkshire, 291-character of his
A mirage landscape, 72

sermons, 328—how led to sanction lay.
A monster steam-ship, 549

preaching, 328—his " Word to a Freeholder"
A Roman Catholic Bible Society, 455

referred to, 361-portraiture of, by Cowper,
Alexander 1. of Russia, 550

401 ; by the Rev. David Simpson, 816-respeet
An ancient wine-press, 933

of, for the Puritans and Nonconformists, 488
An Archbishop's prayer to the Patriarch -regard of, for soldiers, 580-letters of, to the
Noah, 646

Countess of Huntingdon, 1-remarkable
Art of dyeing, 550

dream relating to the work of, in Ireland,
Blue colour of ice and water, 271

799-an amiable peculiarity of, 1070-remark
British Association for the Advancement of on the style of his writings, 1101-his higte

Science, papers read at the Meeting of the: estimate of Bengel quoted, 1117-other refer-
Statistics of vegetation, 1038— vitality of enves to, 57, 637, 903, 980
seeds, 1039-employment of living electric Wesley, Rev. Samuel, mentioned, 158-appeal
fishes as medical shock-machines, 1040- to, against his brother John, 159

present Wesleyan chapel and school-rooms in,

781
Wolsey, Cardinal, residence of, at Scrooby,

707

Wesleyan Methodism, duty of, arising out of its

relation to the army, 579–Smith's “ History"

of, noticed, 638. See also Methodism.
West, Rev. Daniel, death of, 373–376–funeral
of, 463–Conference record of, 842-" Life and

Journals" of, noticed, 928
Whitefield, Rev. George, preaching of, described,

328; referred to, 637-remarks on Cowper's

character of, 401
Whitworth, Rev. James, brotherly conduct of,

702
Wigan, effect of the Kilhamite agitation in, 780

-ciraumstances that led to the erection of the

Young, Rev. R. N., communications from, 52,

238, 337, 529, 614, 899, 983, 1105
Youth's Guardian, The: No. IV. Evidences

and authority of the Christian religion, 23

Zinzendorf, Count, interview of Mr. Wesley

with, in Gray's Inn Gardens, 165-references
to, 161, 163, 164

INDEX TO THE BIOGRAPHY, &c.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. OBITUARY.
Blackburn, Mrs., 761

Atherton, Mrs., 93
Brooks, Mrs., 858

Bailey, Mr. John, 477
Churchill, Mr. William J., 1138 Bouyer, Mr. Francis, 861
Clift, Mr. Edward, 873

Bracarell, Mr. Joseph, 92
Craven, Mrs., 762

Brook, Mr. Benjamin, 860
Dicks, Mr. Joseph, 284

Burdon, Mrs., 763
Dingley, Mrs., 760

Caborn, Mr. James, 1140
Fielder, Mrs., 282

Carreaux, Miss Elizabeth,
Frankish, Mr. John, 468

860
Gibson, Mrs., 378

Cronkshaw, Mr. James, 861
Harper, Mr. John, 376

Cross, Mr. William, 767
Henry, Mrs., 188

Cumings, Mr. Samuel, 765
Hill, Mrs., 474

Davey, Mr. Hartley, 764
Hocken, Mr. James, 470

Greenrood, Mr. Luke, 670
Isaac, Mrs., 665

Handford, Mrs., 765
Jessop, Mrs., 378

Harding, Mrs., 1140
Jones, Mr. T. Rock, 471

Hurokins, Messrs. George and
Knaggs, Mrs., 857

Charles, 285
Mather, Mr., 88

Higginbotham, Mrs., 671
Midgley, Mrs., 663

Holday, Mrs., 379
Molineux, Mr. Thomas, 572 Houard, Mrs., 286
Murch, Mr. John, 856

Jackson, Miss Elizabeth, 862
Pearse, Mr. Robert, 570

Leppington, Mrs., 478
Pollard, Mr. W. Blackett, Lytel, Mr. Walter, 669
6.59

Martin, Mrs., 1054
Rippon, Mrs., 89

Mather, Mrs., 668
Sloate, Mr. John, 662

Nowell,* Mrs., 380
Thomson, Mrs., 473

Percival, Mrs., 475
Watson, Mr. George, 1136 Poid, Mr. Humphrey, 067
Whitehead, Mrs., 280

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas,
Wilson, Mrs., 658

766

Stevenson, Miss Ann, 10.55
MEMOIRS.

Taylor, Mrs., 476
Aikin, Mr. James, 481

Waddy, Mrs., 381
Bannister, Rev. William, 585 Warris, Mrs., 666
Bennell, Mr. Samuel, 193
Hall, Mr. Henry, 865

RECENT DEATIIS.
Hearnshaw, Mr. Paul, 968 Adkins, Mrs., 287
King, Mr. Joseph, 297

Allen, Mery, 576
Knaggs, Rev. Edmond, 961 Barling, Mrs., 93
Longilen, Mr. Henry, 385 Baron, Edward, Esq., 1143
Martin, Mr. James, 777

Barton, Rev. William, 480
Ranson, Rev. Henry, 769 Baroden, Mr. Edward, 479
Read, John, 289

Baxter, Mr. William, 94
Stephenson, Rev. Thomas, Beck, Mr. James, 480
673

Bennett, Mrs., 382
Thompson, Edmund, Esq., 1, Bigham, Mr. Andrew, 1142

97
N'addy, Rev. Richard, 1057 * By mistake printed Rowell.

RECENT DEATHS, con-

tinued.
Bilbrough, Mr. John, 382
Bird, Mrs., 1056
Blackshaw, Mr. Thomas, A63
Blackshaw, Mrs., 863
Bolton, Mr. George, 191
Booth, Mr. Charles, 191
Bottomley, Mr. George, 382
Briggs, Mrs., 287
Britain, Mr. William, 383
Brownell, Mrs., 863
Buckwell, Mrs., 191
Cannell, Miss Jane, 478
Carr, Mrs., 192
Carter, Mr. Joseph, 190
Cave, Mrs., 1143
Churches, Ann, 575
Cleet, Mrs., 382
Cooke, Mrs., 1055
Cowen, Mr. James, 864
Cussons, Mrs., 95
Cusworth, Rev. Joseph, 384
Dabb, Mrs., 191
Davis, Mr. John, 671
Davis, Mrs., 95
Dawson, Elizabeth, 767
Drake, Miss E., 96
Elliott, Mrs., 864
Fielding, Mr. Benjamin, 863
Fletcher, Mr. John, 288
Fur, Mrs., 190
Frank, Rev. Joseph, 576
Freeman, Rev. Ambrose, 479
Frost, Mr. Richard, 287
Gurrett, Mrs., 192
Garsiile, Mrs., 1056
Gooildy, Mr. John, 95
Green, Mr. Thoinas, 1142
Grigg, Mr. Reuben, 96
Grose, Mrs., 381
Hall, Mr. John, 863
Hall, Mrs., 479
Heir, Mrs., 575
Henderson, Miss Agnes, 190
Herivel, Mr. William, 575
Hill, Rev. Thomas, 384
Hodgson, Mrs., 1056
Holmes, Mrs., 1141
Honey, Mr. Thomas, 96

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