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Missionaries, 176: should not be rich or armed, 155: Baptist,

125.
Missionary Societies, Baptist, 125: London, 155, 156, 175:

Church, 117, 157.
More, Rev. G. Mr. Scott's Letter to, 323.

N.

Newell, Rev. J., 226.
Newton, Rev. J., 111, 116, 285: at Olney, 303, 304.
Northampton, 117.
Novices not to be ministers, 205, 438.

0.

Oaths, clergy charged with such as they do not take, 265. See

Covenant.
Occupations, incessant, 228: Mr. Scott's, 223, 224, 232.
Offence of the cross, ceasing, 421-425.
Olney, 97, 303, 304.
Opinions, variety of, 42, 167.
Ordinances, divine, the Christian's observance of, 466_474:

two things to be considered in, 467 : to be observed even
when we may not be capable of every thing implied in
them, 470: neglect of, 470.

P.

Pardon of sin, knowledge of, 54—58 : whether the knowledge

of, precedes love to God, 397, 398 : notion that it precedes

repentance, 402.
Parents, their consent to the marriage of their children, 8.
Patience, necessity of, to missionaries, 126.
Perseverance, final, use and abuse of the doctrine, 379-384.
Pharisee in harmony with the Antinomian, 197.
Pilgrim's Progress, 125: note on, 193---196.
Plans, proper and improper adherence to, 243.
Pocket Book, 122.
Politics, 111, 112: intermeddling with, 88, 89, 172: union of

with religion the fault of the 17th century, 209, 211: and

at the reformation, 216.
Popularity, 119, 121: loss of, 306.

Portion, making God our, 410-414.
Postlethwayte, Rev. Mr., 97.
Practical effects of religion its best commendation, 177-179.
Prayer, necessity of, 20: enforced, 31: hindrances to, 31:

directions for, 32: answered, 131: disinclination to, 205:
consequences of neglecting, 205: ejaculatory, to be used,

but not considered as sufficient, 244.
Prayer Book, Assent and Consent to, 266.
Preaching, remarks on, 99, 101: undistinguishing, 421.
Predestination, 12: letter on, 160-166.
Preparation for heaven, 109.
Presbyterians, 173: New, 215.
Pride, of superiority, 5, 16, 17: spiritual, how prevented, 360.
Promises, of scripture, attached to certain characters, 420, 421.
Providence, overruling, 11, 12.
Punishment, everlasting, 334-337.
Pupils, instruction, 299.

R.

Ravenstone, Bucks, 97.
Reasonings, unreasonable ones, 479_482.
R. Mrs., 27, 35: Letters to, 51, 58.
Reconciliation with God, false notions of, 190, 194.
Reconnoitring, ministers', 206, 298.
Redemption, extent of, 96, 114, 120: magnifies the law, 332—

338.
Regeneration, 86: means to be used for, 131 ; by what effected,

190, 193 : superseded, 195 : of free grace, 311: how

manifested, 311: baptismal, 269, 270.
Relatives, opposing us in religion, 38—40: concern for their

religious state, 59 : death of, 72, 90.
Religion, supreme importance of, 19: misunderstood, 20: re-

proach for, 38: happiness of, 62, 63, 68: influence of, in
every part of life, 64, 69: substitutes for, 70: best recom-
mended by its practical effects, 177-179: corrupted, 354,
355: enjoyments of, 455: errors in the prevailing, 101,
177, 457: in Scotland and England, 170-173: false spe-

cies of, 176.
Repentance, Mr. Scott's Discourse on, 46, 78: its nature, 351:

whence it springs, 352, 401: deepened, not terminated, by
consolation, 352: in what it consists, 399-402.

Reproach for religion, 38.
Reproof, suggestion with respect to, 477.
Reputation, tenderness for that of others, 446.
Resentment, harbouring, 415.
Revolution, French, 111: 0f 1688, 112: of sentiment, 225, 226.
Riches, indifference to, 184, 185, 234.
Robinson, Rev. T. 153.
Roe, Rev. P., Mr. Scott's Letters to, 265.
Ryland, Rev. Dr., 114: death of Mrs. 118.

S.

Sabbath, drilling on, 153, 154.
Sacraments. See Baptism and Supper.
Salvation, by grace, in the application as well as impetration, 310.
Satan, his devices, 196–198.
Scandals, 385: letters on, 135, 186: paper on, 140.
Schools, evils of, 200: Sunday, 207, 208.
Scotland, state of religion in, 170, 213, 214.
Scott, Mr., his observations on his own ministry, 94, 95, 97–

100 : on his Bible, 102: his ill health, 104, 105.
Scriptures, study of, enforced, 20, 23: not going beyond their

information, 129, 130,
Seceders, Scotch, 208, 211, 215: in England, 240.
Self-denial, preferring long pleasures to short ones, 248.
Selfishness, ill effects of, 451.
Selfrighteousness and antinomianism not imcompatible, 197.
Sense, good, 5: pride of, 6: of sin, how deep it should be, 252.
Sensuality united with love of science, 201.
Seriousness of mind, 12.
Shame, not to hinder us in religion, 32, 38.
Sick, administration of the Lord's Supper to, 277--283.
Sickness, comfort under, 36.
Silence of scripture instructive, 130.
Simplicity, enforced, 129.
Sin, how deep the sense of it should be, 252: evil of, 329 :

against the Holy Ghost, letter on, 270: conviction of, by

the law, 349–351.
Sincerity, to distinguish the Christian, 442—445.
Sisters, on marrying two, 258-264.
Sorrow, inordinate, 73, 91.

Sovereignty, of God, 328: very different from arbitrary power,

161: submission to, 59.
Speculation in religion, 128—130.
Spirit, Holy, his teaching, 21 : witness of, 54-58: sin against,

270—276: his works, 345: his love, 346: his influence,
how discovered, 347: the law magnified by his work, 349:

of adoption, 57 : earnest and seal of, 57.
Spirituality existing where not supposed, 132.
Stations, filling up our proper one, 431–433.
Storry, Rev. R., letter to, 242.
Submission to God, 59, 60, 73, 91, 463.
Subscription to Articles, 266.
Superiority, conscious, 5, 16, 17.
Supper, the Lord's, attendance on, 276, 474, 475: not the im-

mediate duty of all, 280: not a converting ordinance, 281:
administration of, to the sick, 277–283.

T.

Talents, great, not necessary for the ministry, 209.
Taste, spiritual, 403–405, 406.
Temperance, 276.
Text Books, use and abuse of, 123.
Thankfulness, duty of, 461-466.
Theology, of Old and New England, 128: of Scotland, 215:

Mr. Scott's scheme of, 324, 388, 389.
Thief on the cross greatly glorified Christ, 440, 441.
Thornton, John, Esq. Sermon on his death, 108.
Thoughts, wandering and evil, 254: blasphemous, 273.
Time, on the distribution of, 242—244: on knowing that of our

conversion, 55–57.
Tongue, use and abuse of, 446, 477.
Trinity, attempts to explain it, 481.
Tyler, Rev. Mr., 98.

U.

Unawakened state, an, 23,.
Unbelief, its origin and criminality, 364—367: makes God a

liar, 377.
Uncharitableness, 168.

Understanding, assistance of, 367.
Unity, how to be promoted, 231.
Uprightness to distinguish the Christian, 442.
Usefulness, to be hoped for even by the consciously imperfect,

181, 182.

V.
Vain-glory, 182.
Vanity of the world, 61, 75.
• Venn, Rev. J., 157.
Vows of parents, how far binding on their children, 218, 219.

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Walker, Rev. S. of Truro, 290.
Webster, Mr., his death, 72: Mrs. letters to, on the death of

her husband, 72, 77, 82: on the death of her daughter,

90: Rev. T., 81.
Whitefield and Wesley, Rev. Messrs., 171.
Wilberforce, Mr., 98.
Wilson, Rev. D., letter to, 286.
Wisdom, a false, 129.
Witness of the Spirit, 57.
Woodd, Rev. B., letter to, 254.
Woolston, Northamptonshire, 117.
World, hostile to religion, 21, 34, 45: indifference to, 61, 62,

184, 185, 234, 454–461: letter on separation from, 479.
Worldliness of prevailing religion, 457—459.
Worship, the Christian's attendance on, 471–474.

Z.

Zeal for the glory of God characterizes the Christian, 407-410:

for the propagation of religion, 474-478: intemperate,
474, 475.

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