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SERMONS, continued.
The Maturity of the Christian Character, by

the Rev. H. W. Williams, 745
The Vision of Isaiah, by the Rev, A. Barrett,

537
Slavery, Mr. Wesley's opposition to, 151-work

on, noticed, 715
Socinianism and infidelity, leaning towards, by

political Liberals, 281, 387-work on, noticed,

605
Spirit, the fruit of the, 978
Spirit of the Times, the: III. Recent legislation;

Maynooth, and the prospective endowment of

the Papacy, 33, 121, 230, 352, 442
Stations of the Wesleyan Ministers, 889
Staunton, Dr., plain and practical preaching of,

449
Sunday-schools, rise of, 561
Swedish hymn, a, 654
Switzerland, injurious effects of Popery on, 357

TEXTS ILLUSTRATED. See also Horæ Bib-

lice.
Genesis xxxiii. 20....329
Numbers vi. 24-27....348
Psalm lxiii.....648
Proverbs xxxi. 30....9
Isaiah vi. 1-8. ...537
Matthew v. 1, 21. ...802, 803
Matthew vi. 1....803
Matthew xi. 17, 27; xii. 20; xvii. 24; xviii.

24; xxiii. 35... .805, 806
Matthew xxv. 13....806
Matthew xxviii. 17. ...807
John i. 47....1161
John xiv. 21-23.... 1174
Acts xx. 24....1057
Acts xxvi. 27-29....953
Romans ii. 15; viii. 16; ix. 1; Hebrews ii. 3,

4; Revelation xxii. 18....552
Romans viii. 15-17....344, 433, 549, 641
Romans viii. 26....555
1 Corinthians ii. 2.... 1164
Colossians i. 9-12....745
1 Thessalonians v. 23, 24....849, 959, 1074,

1170
1 Peter i. 22-25; ii. 1-5; Acts xv. 9. ...435,

436
Thornton, Mr. Henry, mentioned, 153
Tourists, a hint to, 248
Treffry, Rev. R., observations by, on affliction,

568

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, continued.

niversaries in Paris, 812–Evangelical
Church of Lyons, 1128--Arbitrary expulsion
from the kingdom on account of religion,
1233-M. Fisch, and the Canon Cattet, 1235

--An illegal Association ! 1235
Germany. Letters from M. Czerski, 398--Fla-

grant Romish imposture, 919–Extracts

from Dr. Pinkerton's annual statement, 920
Great Britain. Address of the Provisional

Committee of the proposed Evangelical
Alliance, 84–Bequests to the Wesleyan
Missionary Society, 187–Proposed Evan-
gelical Alliance, 300—Statistics of the Ro.
man Catholic Church in Great Britain, 302
-Methodist fast-day, 304, 611, 1024—Dis-
sensions among the Jews in London, 398—
Extract from the Minutes of the Wesleyan
Conference, 908—Resolutions of the Evan-
gelical Alliance, 1013—Opening of a chapel
at Cookham, 1016—Czerski, and his recep-
tion, 1016-Launch of the Wesleyan Mis-

sionary ship, the “ John Wesley,” 1127
Italy. Death of Pope Gregory XVI., 720-

Earthquakes and idolatry, 1129
Madeira. Popish outrages on British Pro-

testants, 1237
Malta. A new argument for Papal supremacy,

1021
Polynesia. New-Hebrides, 925-Feejee, 925

Friendly Islands, 1022
Spain. Evangelization of Spain, 609
Sweden. Proceedings of the Agent of the Bri-

tish and Foreign Bible Society, 502
Switzerland. Canton of Vaud, 189, 296, 405,

498, 499, 610, 821, 922, 1020, 1236-Canton

of Glaris, 923
Turkey. Persecution of Protestant Arme-

nians, 609, 1238
West Indies. Escape of the Rev. W. Moister,

1113
REVIEWS.

Davies's “Supremacy of the Scriptures," 1210
Scrivener's “ Supplement to the English New

Testament,” 695, 794
Stanley's “Life and Correspondence of Dr.

Arnold," 164, 273, 385
Roberts, Rev. J., address by, on relic-worship,

998, 1113
Romaine, Rev. W., anecdote of, 450
Roscoe, sophistry of, detected, 876

Union, Christian, the character of, 454---remarks

on, 790

Useful Knowledge Society, principles and publi-

cations of the, 391

Sanctification referred to, 718, 849, 959, 1074.

See also Scriptural Essays, No. XII.
Scarborough, historic notice of, 249
Schlegel, letter from, to the Duchess de Broglie,

1098
Scriptural Essays. No. XI. The present adop-

tion of the believer, and the Spirit's witness to
it, 344, 433, 549, 641 : addendum, 1185-No.

XII. Entire sanctification, 849, 959, 1074, 1170
SERMONS.
A Charge, delivered at the Ordination of thir-

teen Ministers, by the Rev. J. Stanley, 1057
A Woman that feared the Lord : on the death

of Mrs. Gaulter, by Dr. Alder, 9
An Israelite indeed: by Dr. Thomancler:

translated from the Swedish, 1161
Domestic Worship, by the Rev. W. W. Stamp,

329
Poul's Appeal and Agrippa's Confession, by

the Rev. J. Binns, 953

VARIETIES.

A bridge of monkeys, 927
A brutal Commander, 505
A disagreeable intruder, 928
Adventure with an alligator, 1024
Alpine echo, 1133
A medical case in Damascus, 721
Anecdote of the Peninsular war, 406
Antidote and tests for oxalic acid, 93
A Pope's reason for Latin service, 305
A religious ceremony!--so called, 195
A review, 1026
A sea-horror, 504
Bird-nesting, 928

VARIETIES, continued.

The fate of a gambler, 305
The late Princess Borghese, 196
The organs of perspiration, 304
The upas-tree, 1134
The wearing of the hair, 612

Value of regular employment, 721
Vaudois, tour among the, 598. See also Reli.

GIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

VARIETIES, continued.
Burial-place of a savage Chief, 1240
Caoutchouc as a remedy for toothache, 1026
Copyright of sermons, 503
Corns, 304
Cromwell, death of, 505
Dainty dish of the Prairie Indians, 612
Deaths among the aristocracy, 195
Dr. Johnson, 822
Druidical monuments, 1024
English patronage of composers, fc., 503
Extraordinary mode of climbing trees, 613
Fare of English nobles in the 16th century, 1133
French judgment of the English, 504
Gigmtic trees, 927
Harvey's picture of the first reading of the

Bible in St. Paul's, 195
Howard's resolution of mind, 612
Incident in the late war, 822
Interior of a harem at Damascus, 92
International copyright, 927
Liability of the Clergy to the income-tax, 196
Mental control, 1026
Napoleon, 1025
old signs, 196
Peculiarities of the author of the Wealth of

Nations," 1239
Petrified forest near Cairo, 1025
Phosphorescent insects, 1240
Pope Pius VII. at chapel, 304
Prayers for the conversion of England, 93
Preservation of food, 1025
Prison amusement, 927
Put down that novel," 721
Romish Missionaries in London, 721
Russian cruelty towards the Jews, 196
Schoolboys, 1134
Singular, if true : animal suicides, 407
Sir Joseph Banks and Dr. Solander, 821
Spanish incredulity respecting British improve-

ments, 505
The Emperor of Russia at Rome, 196
The English in Italy, 406
The English mob, 505

Wallace, Rev. James, narrative of the peril and

preservation of, 971
Watson, Rev. R., recollections of, 767
Wesley, Rev. Charles, mentioned, 43, 44, 45,

151, 361, 1089
Wesley, Rev. John, efforts of, to promote Chris-

tian union, 43—Horace Walpole's description
of, 44-Mission of, to Georgia, 240—notice of,
as a medical adviser, 359-labours of, in the
cause of education, 450-scheme of female
study suggested by, 452-high expectations of,
from Sunday-schools, 562-quoted, on the wit-
ness of the Spirit, 558, 560; on the moral law,
965---preaching in the Gwennap amphitheatre,
an engraving of, noticed, 1126-mentioned, 28,

29, 641, 653
Wesley Papers. Nos. VIII., X., XII. Letters

from the Rev. Samuel Wesley, sen., to his
eldest son, Samuel, 49, 251, 575–No. IX. The
late W. Wilberforce, Esq., and the Wesleys,
150—Nos. XI., XIII., XIV., XV., XVII.
Letters from Mrs. Susanna Wesley, to her eld-
est son, Samuel, 459, 665, 769, 870, 1087-No.
XVI. Medicines for moral maladies, 981–No.
XVIII. Fragment of a letter to Lady Cox,
from the Rev. J. Wesley, 1088—No. XIX.

Female correspondents, 1188
Wilberforce, William, Esq., assistance rendered

by, to the widow of the Rev. C. Wesley, 150-
letter to, from the Rev. J. Wesley, on the
slave-trade, 152

Zwingle, death of, 593

INDEX TO THE BIOGRAPHY, &c.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. SKETCHES, continued. SKETCHES, continued.
Annetts, Mrs., 951
Lucas, Mrs., 530

Wilby, Mrs., 218
Bennett, Mr. Christopher, 533 M‘Diarmid, Mr. D., 1159 Wiles, Mr. Robert, 638
Bentley, Mr. Miles D., 639 Marris, Mr. John, 117

Wiseman, Mr. James, 224
Boyce, Lydia, 325
Newton, Mrs., 119

Wood, Mr. William, 1055
Brown, Miss Charlotte, 223
Oldfield, Mrs., 740

Wynne, Mr. Edward, 221
Curtis, Mrs., 216

Parken, Mrs., 113
Davenport, Mrs., 847

Peck, Mrs., 742

MEMOIRS.
Dawson, Mr. John, 531
Perry, Mr. John, 113

Anderson, Rev. John, by the
Day, Mrs., 115
Pote, Mrs., 116

Rev. J. Hartley, 417, 521
Dickenson, Mrs., 846
Potts, Mrs., 219

Castle, Mr. Charles, by the
Drake, Mercy, 327
Rennick, Mrs., 535

Rev. H. Castle, 6
Dunn, Mr. William, 118
Riley, Mr. John, 845

Dudeney, Mr. Henry, 943
Faire, Mrs., 743

Ripley, Mr. Thomas, 1156 Fish, Rev. William, by the
Forrest, Miss Agnes, 428 Rookley, Mrs., 221

Rev. G. Jackson, 937
Foster, Mrs., 1155
Shaw, Mr. Joshua, 1051

Grindrod, Rev. Edmund, by
George, Mr. Samuel, 948 Singer, Mrs., 744

Dr. Hannah, 625, 729,
Graham, Mrs., 533
Smethurst, Mrs., 432

833
Grant, Mrs., 431

Swinlest, Miss Elizabeth, 1052 Haughton, Miss Elizabeth, by
Gutteridge, Mrs., 952
Taylor, Mrs., 430

the Rev. A. Bell, 209
Harrison, Mrs., 220
Toulmin, Mrs., 1158

Jennings, Mrs., by the Rev.
Jones, Mrs., 534
Vernon, Mrs., 1054

E. Jennings, 105
Linley, Mr. Richard, 323 Walker, Mrs., 326

Swallow, Mrs., by the Rev.
Lord, Mr. James, 1050
Webster, Mrs., 637

W. Swallow, 318

CON-

MEMOIRS, continued.
Thorley, Mrs., by the Rev. A.

Strachan, 1041
Walker, Mr. John, by the

Rev. W. Lindley, 313
JValker, Mrs., by the Rev. J.

Brown, 1145
Weir, Rev. Alexander, 1

OBITUARY.

Pepper, Mrs., 93

RECENT DEATHS.

Abbey, Mrs., 506
Adcock, Mrs., 1135
Alger, Mr. Joseph A., 932
Allen, Sarah, 94
Alison, Mrs., 1027
Andrews, Mr. John, 1030
Archer, Mrs., 409
Atkin, Mrs., 198
Austen, Mrs., 94
Baker, Mrs., 514
Baker, Rev. John, 96
Bale, Mrs. Elizabeth, 307
Bale, Mrs. Jane, 614
Ballard, Mr. Thomas, 723
Barnaby, Mr. Joseph, 1134
Barton, Mr. George, 514
Bashforth, Mrs., 307
Bate, Mrs., 200
Bateson, Miss, 512
Bawden, Mr. James, 94
Beck, Miss, 1029
Beck, Mrs., 198
Bennett, Mrs. Faith, 510
Bennett, Mrs. Martha, 408
Berry, Mr. Robert, 512
Bewsher, Mr. Thomas, 1032
Beynon, Mr. David, 1034
Billinge, Mr. John, 507
Biltclieffe, Mr. G., 510
Birch, Miss, 408
Birch, Mrs., 823
Blackwell, Mr. Thomas, 722
Bland, Mr. John, 723
Bland, Mrs., 407
Blomfield, Mr. James, 1029
Boinville, Madame de, 307
Bond, Mrs., 199
Booth, Mr. Reuben, 724
Boothby, Mrs., 1034
Bowerman, Mr. William, 408
Bown, Mrs., 1031
Bradley, Mr. Ralph, 615
Brayshay, Mr. Thomas, 507
Brightman, Mr. Thomas, 509
Brittan, Mr. Benjamin, 199
Britton, Mrs., 1243
Brogden, Mrs., 510
Brown, Mr. James, 1028
Brown, Mrs. Dorothy, 722
Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth, 1135
Budrey, Mr. John, 198
Burgess, Rev. John, 96
Burry, Mrs., 509
Bush, Mr. Elijah, 199
Butters, Mr. Virlot, 513
Butterworth, B., Esq., 1034
Byng, Mr. William, 1033
Caldecott, Mr. Joseph, 508
Calloway, Mr. William, 1241

RECENT DEATHS,

RECENT DEATHS, con-

tinued.
Candler, Mrs., 513
Carle, Mr. Joseph, 512
Carter, Mr. Marmaduke, 824
Cave, Mrs., 511
Cawood, Mr. Thomas, 723
Channon, Mrs., 614
Chapman, Mary C., 307
Chapman, Miss Helen, 511
Chapman, Mrs., 1135
Charles, Mr. Isaac, 407
Chubb, Mr. Charles, 930
Churches, Mr. John, 930
Clayton, Elizabeth, 197
Cleverton, Ann, 1028
Coghlan, Mrs., 724
Cole, Mr. Robert, 198
Constable, Rev. W., 96
Cooke, Mr. John, 1029
Cooksey, Mrs., 614
Cookson, Mr. W., 306
Cooper, Mr. Thomas, 1034
Cowan, Mr James, 508
Cranswick, Mrs., 1030
Creeber, Mrs., 198
Curtis, Mr. Edward, 1029
Cussons, Mr. George, 510
Dalby, Mr. Joseph, 1242
Dale, Mr. John, 96
Dart, Mr. Henry, 408
Dash, Miss M., 511
Davies, Rev. John, 199
Davis, Mrs., 723
Dearlove, Mrs., 506
Denham, Miss, 513
Digby, Mr. Leonard, 513
Disney, Miss M., 825
Dolman, Mr. William, 615
Donnell, Mr. James, 1033
Dove, Mr. Thomas, 825
Eayes, Mr. John, 508
Elliott, Mr. John, 1032
Ellis, Miss Louisa, 614
Elworthy, Mr. Henry, 1031
Errington, Mrs., 198
Etherton, Mrs., 1135
Evans, Mr. John V., 94
Evans, Mrs., 1033
Exell, Mr. Samuel, 96
Faulkner, Elizabeth, 1035
Fernley, Mr. J. Dyson, 1241
Findlay, Rev. George, 722
Firth, Mr. William, 509
Fisher, Mrs., 510
Fordred, Mr. John, 1035
Foster, Mr. Thomas, 1027
Fournes, Mrs., 514
Fowkes, Mr. Henry, 200
Fox, Mr. Richard, 307
Frankish, Mrs., 507
Frederick, Susanna, 931
French, Mr. William, 307
Fulljames, Mrs., 95
Gibson, Mr. John, 823
Gill, Mrs., 824
Gloyne, Rev. Charles, 199
Graham, Rev. Thomas, 95
Green, Mr., 512
Greenwood, Mrs., 1243
Gregory, Mr. Ralph, 514
Griffith, Mr. James, 306

tinued.
Griffith, Rev. John, 409
Grindrod, Mrs., 199
Gurr, Mrs., 506
Hackford, Mrs., 507
Haigh, Mrs., 1032
Haine, Mrs., 95
Hall, Mrs., 514
Hall, Mrs. Sarah, 931
Hallow, Mrs., 1028 •
Hambly, Mr. William, 724
Hankey, Mrs., 409
Hardwick, Miss Sarah, 198
Harlow, Mrs., 512
Harper, Mr. William, 1033
Harrison, Mrs., 510
Hart, Mr. William, 509
Hatton, Mrs., 507
Hayes, Mr. Thomas, 1032
Hayman, Mrs., 1242
Hetherington, Mrs., 306
Hickman, Rev. Henry, 513
Higgs, Mrs., 407
Highton, Mr. William, 1035
Hill, Mrs., 614
Hind, Mrs., 1135
Hitchens, Cordelia, 929
Holden, Mrs., 824
Holland, Mr. Joseph, 506
Hollis, Mrs., 723
Holtby, Mr. David, 508
Hook, Mrs., 305
Hopewell, Mrs., 199
Howard, Mr. Sebyas, 615
Howard, Mrs., 724
Huddart, Miss Isabella, 823
Hughes, Mrs., 824
Jackson, John, Esq., 1034
Jackson, Mr. Benjamin, 1029
Jones, Mrs., 931
Jose, Mrs., 512
Jowers, Mr. J., 308
Kemp, Mr. James, 509
Kerr, Rev. Thomas, 616
Keys, Mrs., 514
Kidd, Rev. William, 409
King, Mrs., 1134
Kingston, Miss Anne, 932
Knupp, Mrs., 409
Lamplough, Mr. Robert, 507
Lane, Mrs., 823
Laws, Mrs., 1241
Lea, Mr. George, 929
Leach, Rev. William, 1136
Lindsay, Mr. Andrew, 615
Littlejohns, Mr. C., 1028
Lockyer, Mrs., 507
Lomas, Miss Mary, 511
Love, Mrs., 1135
Lucas, Miss Henrietta, 615
Luck, Mr. James, 615
Lyddon, Mr. John, sen., 823
M'Comb, Mr., 408
Manning, Mr. Edmund, 1243
Marsh, Mrs., 722
Matthews, Mrs., 722
May, Mr. Richard, 1034
Miles, Mr. John, 509
Millington, Mr. James, 723
Mottram, Mr. Thomas, 823
Murray, Mrs., 511

CON-

RECENT DEATHS, con-

tinued.
Myers, Mrs., 824
Neale, Mrs., 931
Neap, Mr. William, 511
Neuton, Mr. Jacob, 1136
Nixon, Mr. William, 510
Noton, Mr. Michael, 513
Ogden, Maria, 724
Ogle, Mr. Henry, 507
Oldfield, Mr. Thomas, 722
Oliver, Mr. Josiah, 508
Palser, Mr. John, 197
Pape, Mrs., 198
Parrott, Mr. John, 1031
Parry, Mrs., 825
Pawley, Mr. Thomas, 1136
Peacock, Mr. Michael S., 929
Pearson, Rev. W., sen., 410
Philipson, Mr. John, 930
Phillips, Mrs., 197
Phillips, Rev. Richard, 200
Pickering, Mr. James, 932
Plant, Mr. John, 511
Plows, Mrs., 511
Porter, Mrs., 824
Potter, Miss Sarah E., 824
Potter, Mr. James, 1034
Pratt, Mr. Philip, 1032
Preece, Mr. Richard, 408
Preston, Mr. John, 1032
Price, Mr. Richard, jun., 306
Prudah, Miss E., 931
Railcliffe, Mr. Thomas, 198
Ramsden, Mr. James, 1028
Ramsden, Mr. John, 723
Redmond, Mrs., 1033
Richardson, Mrs., 512
Riches, Mr. William, 508
Riley, Mrs., 200
Riley, Mrs. Mary, 1242
Roberts, Mrs., 931
Robinson, Mr. Robert H., 513
Robinson, Mr. William, 95
Robson, Mr., 308
Rogers, Mrs., 511
Romaine, Ann, 824
Saunderson, Miss M., 306
Saville, Mr. Stephen, 615
Scadding, Miss Susan, 1033
Scattergood, Mr. Thomas, 513
Schofield, Mrs., 1034
Scott, Mr. Thomas, 823
Sellick, Miss Sarah, 308
Sharp, Miss Elizabeth, 506
Sharpe, Mrs., 931
Sharphouse, Mrs., 409
Shaw, Mrs., 615
Short, Mr., 507
Short, Mr. William, 514
Sims, Mrs., 94

RECENT DEATHS,

RECENT DEATHS, CON-
tinued.

tinued.
Skinner, Mrs., 1027

Winterbottom, Mr. James, 929
Slater, Mr. John, 1028

IV'ood, James, Esq., 723
Slater, Sarah, 409

Wright, Mr. Thomas, 923
Smith, Mr. George, 824

Young, Mrs., 408
Smith, Mrs., 509
Smith, Mrs. Mary, 1030

WESLEYAN MINISTERS
Sneath, Mrs., 1135

who have died during the
Snell, Mrs., 409

year, Conference account
Speak, Mr. John, 1027

of the :
Sperry, Mrs., 512

Anthoniez, John, 917
Spink, Mrs., 508

Baker, John, 910
Stables, Mrs., 508

Burgess, John, 909
Standring, Mrs., 1244

Cloake, John W., 916
Staton, Miss E., 96

Constable, William, 909
Staughton, Mr. Joseph, 1033 Cullingford, John, 918
Stockton, Mr. S., jun., 307 Davies, John, 911
Strong, Mr. James, 613

Dowson, William, 919
Strong, Mrs., 307

Durrie, Samuel, 914
Surman, Mrs., 1243

Findlay, George, 919
Suter, Mr. Alexander G., 200 Fowler, William, 908
Sutton, Mrs., 1030

Gloyne, Charles, 911
Swindells, Mrs., 1136

Graham, Thomas, 909
Tattersall, Mr. Robert, 1241 Greeves, John, 915
Taylor, Mr. Thomas, 306 Griffith, John, 912
Taylor, Mr. John, 1030

Hamer, Thomas, 914
Thurstan, Mr. John, 1136 Hickman, Henry, 912
Tilcock, Mrs., 513

Hudson, Thomas, 914
Tite, Mrs., 308

Hughes, Thomas, Ist, 913
Toft, Mrs., 615

Kerr, Thomas, 917
Trevor, Mr. Joseph, 615

Kidd, William, 916
Tucker, Mr. James, 1028 Marsden, John S., 917
Tuffin, Mary A., 409

Marshall, William, 918
Usher, Mrs., 1031

Pearson, William, sen., 912
Ulting, Mrs., 1136

Phillips, Richard, 916
Vaughan, Rev. Martin, 1244 Pontefract, Jeremiah, 908
Vincent, Mr. S., 931

Skelton, Thomas, 915
Waite, Mr. Richard, 1029 Skevington, John, 918
Walker, Mrs. Elizabeth, 512 Taylor, Joseph, 910
Walker, Mrs. Martha, 96 Thomas, Thomas, 913
Warlow, Mrs., 930

Trampleasure, William, 913
Webb, Mr. Samuel, 724

Wayte, James H., 918
Wedlock, Mr. James, 1136 Wilkinson, Joseph, 913
Werritt, Mrs., 512

Wilson, John S., 916
Wheatley, Mrs., 1031

Wood, John, 1st, 914
Wheelock, George W., 929
White, Mr. Francis, 1030
Whitfield, Mr. Thomas, 508

LIST OF THE PORTRAITS.
Whitlock, Mr. William, 1032 January, REV. John EVANS.
Whitworth, Mr. James, 509 February, Rev. J. H. BUMBY.
Widowfield, Margaret, 197 March, REY. W. HORTON.
Wilkinson, Mrs., 929

April, REV. John KIRK.
Wilkinson, Mrs. D., 1243 May,

REV. T. Dove.
Wilkinson, Mrs. Eliza, 724

June,

REV. J. NOWELL.
Wilkinson, Mrs. Sarah, 1134 July,

REV. G. MARSLAND.
Wilkinson, Rev. Joseph, 515 August, Rev. J. CORLETT.
Williams, Mr. John R., 197 September, Rev. W. BARTON.
Williams, Mrs., 308

October, Rev. S. SUGDEN.
Wilson, Mr. William, 512 November, REV. W. LINDLEY
Winterbottom, Miss E. S., 1029 December, REV. JOHN SMITH.

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