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'gion in the
Charge to first Missionary,
of Religion in
Essay on Visiting,
Essays on the Sabbath, 241, 321
Gift, a New-year's
General Assembly, Proceed-
Haweis, Rev. Dr. his Ad-
Hendricks, an Indian Chief,
Holmes, Rev. Mr. his Letter, 382
Isles of the great Southern
Instructions to Missionaries, 15
sack and Schraalengburgh, 195
Intelligence from Otaheite, 315,
Sabbath, the Remembrance.
Sabbath, Sanctification of the 321
South Seas, Deities of the
Religion in the
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