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The WEST INDIES AS THEY ARE; or, a Real Picture of Slavery; but more particularly as it exists in the Island of Jamaica. In Three Parts, with Notes. By the Rev. R. BICKELL, a Member of the University of Cambridge, late Naval Chaplain at Port-Royal, some time Curate of that Parish, and previously of the City of Kingston, in the aforesaid Island. 8vo. 63. 6d, boards.
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« Oh may these scattered rays of hope impart
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HOMER. The FAMILY INSTRUCTOR; or, A Regular COURSE of SCRIPTURAL READINGS; with familiar Explanations and Practi. cal Improvements, adapted to the purpose of Domestic and Private Edification for every Day in the Year. By John WATKINS, L.L.D. 3 vols. 12mo. 24s. boards.
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“ The end of these things is death."
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HISTORY of the FAIRCHILD FAMILY; or, The CHILD'S MANUAL; being a Collection of Stories calculated to show the Importance and Effects of a Religious Education. By Mrs. Sherwood, Author of “ Little Henry and his Bearer;" “ Stories on the Church Catechism,” &c. Seventh Edition. 12mo. 58. boards.
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MEMOIRS of a DEIST, written first A. D. 1793-4; being Narrative of the Life and Opinions of the Writer, until the Period of his Conversion to tbe Faith of Jesus Christ; which took place in the Course of the Developments of an Essay, written by the Deist, to prove that pure Deism was the only true Religion. 8vo. 6s. 6d. boards.
HORÆ THEOLOGICÆ; or, A Series of Essays, on subjects interesting and important; embracing Physics, Morals, and Theology; written in conformity to rules instituted in the Church Union Society of St., David's under the patronage of its Right Reverend Founder and President. By the Rev. David LLOYD, Vicar of Llanbister. 8vo. 108. 6d. boards.
THE PRACTICAL STUDY of SCRIPTURE, recommended and illustrated, by Reflections on some of the most remarkable Examples, Events, and Discourses, recorded in the Old and NEW TESTAMENT; intended to assist every Reader of the Bible, in making a profitable Application of the Contents of that Sacred Volume. To which are added, Prayers, adapted to each of the foregoing Subjects. By Mrs. SHERIFFE. 2 vols 8vo. 188. boards.
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THE CRITERION; or, Rules by which the True Miracles recorded in the New TESTAMENT are distinguished from the spurious Miracles of Pagans and Papists. By John Douglas, D.D. Lord Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition, revised and abridged by the Rev. W. Marsh, A.M. Vicar of St. Peter's, Colchester. 12mo. 58. boards.
CHRISTIAN SYMPATHY; a Collection of Letters, addressed to Mourners. 18mo. 38. boards.
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