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President Dwight, Jonathan Edwards,
and David Brainerd

462
Unitarianism

464
Church Liberality

465
Life Assurance

466
The Diaconate

466

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Christian Unity ....

517
Aid on Behalf of the Family of Poor
Ministers

518
The Power of Prayer..

518
American Religion

557
Religion in Wales

558

Popery.
The Mass Explained

30 The Papal Triple Crown and Mitre 168
The Romish Church before the Refor-

Popery, Past, Present, and Future

219
mation

70 M. About's Exposition of the Popedom... 366
The Awakened Catholic
71 The Subjugation of England

553
Romish Imposture...
127 Seceders from Oxford to Rome...

554

Statistics.

Statistics of Home Missions

31
Statistics of Suicide

116
Remarkable Works of Human Labour 116
Population of the Globe

116
Coal Mines

116
Human Life

117
Christian Slaves

117
Diminution of the Population of the Sand-
wich Islands

329
Drunkenness

330
American Slavery

330
State and Prospects of Greece

330
Canada

423
British Export Trade in 1858

423

Sanitary Statistics

424
Labour to Make a Watch

424
Exhibition of 1851

557
Wrecks and Casualties in 1858

424
Idolatry in India

424
Missionaries in China

424
Length of a Mile

425
Periodicals

425
Causes of Death..

520
The Moral Condition of England and
Wales

522
Island of Erromanga.

523
The Post Offices

556
Exhibition of 1861

557

The Pay Preachers' Corner.
" How Not to Preach"

112 Straining after Popularity
Rev. H. W. Beecher

315 Preachers and Preaching
Professor Park

374 Martyrs Wanted...
Dr. Bushnell

374 The Minister's Tears......
Dr, Cheever...

374 Preaching to the Point
Dr. Tyng......

375 The Modern Pulpit
Advice to Preachers

376 Pulpit Eloquence
The Preaching of a Minister of Christ...

410

Faults of Preachers
Preaching like "Old Hundred”.

410

411
460
499
501
547
547
548
548

Household Hints.
Mistakes in Family Government............ 32 Education of Children
Conversation in the Family..

33

A really Good Wife
Science answering Simple Questions

68 Indigestion and its Cure
What shall I do with my Money?

69 Life Insurance...

69
70
132
364

Ecclesiastical Affairs.
Methodist Episcopal Church of the Independency in Glasgow.....
United States

38 Highgate Chapel
Politics of the Pilgrim Fathers

114 Analysis of the Church of England
A Sufficient Pastoral Support.

115 “Surprise Parties”
The Sufficiency and Exclusive Authority History of Unitarianism

of Holy Scripture in all Religious Religion in Wales
Affairs

216 On the Office of Deacon

260
264
314
314
368
511
548

The Christian Witness.
The Congregational Union of Canada 34 The Indian Proclamation
Memorial to Matthew Henry

35 Progress of Popery
Special Services

36 Home Evangelization

36
37
37

..91, 469

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Mutual Provident Alliance

37
Christian Patriotism.......

88
The Lord Bishop of London and the Na-
tional Sunday League

89
Protestantism doing Homage to Popery 89
National Thanksgiving...

90
Chapel-Building Society

90, 238
Colonial Missionary Society
The Year Book

91
The Pew System

130
The Religious Press

131

Prize Essay on the Evangelization of

London.....

131

The Diocese of Oxford.

186
The Pope.........

187

Revival of Religion

187

Church-Rates

187

Prize Essay.

188

The May Meetings...

235

The London Missionary Society.

236

Home Missionary Society.

237

Irish Missions....

237

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Intelligence.

Congregational Record, 42, 91, 141, 239, 286, Christian Instruction Society

273

335 Ragged-School Union

273

Home Record
.............45, 428, 526 London City Mission.......

275
General Record

95 British and Foreign School Society 275
The Rev. Alexander Raleigh, and Hare- British and Foreign Sailors' Institute 275

court Chapel, Canonbury, London ... 143 • The Soldiers' Friend and Army Scripture
Address to the Church and Congregation

Readers' Society...

275
at Whitefield's Tabernacle, Moorfields 188 Lord's Day Observance Society

276
Stroud, Gloucestershire..
189 The Paris Bible Society

276
Rochester..
189 Turkish Missions

276

Occasional Paper of Home Missionary Annual Meeting of the Congregational

Society

190

Union of England and Wales 279

British and Foreign Bible Society 268 Irish Missions

334

London Missionary Society

270 Home Evangelization

381

Home Missionary Society

270 Colleges

381

Irish Evangelical Society.

271 Congregational Schools

384

Colonial Missionary Society.

271

Colonial Record

430

English Congregational Chapel-Building Foreign Record

431

Society.....

272

Special Religious Services for the Working

Congregational Board of Education 273

Classes

566

Poetry.

To the New Year, 1859.

48 The Loss made up in Christ...

“ Boast not Thyself of To-Morrow" 48 The House of Prayer....
Midnight, 1858-59....

96 Reviyal Hymns

On the Death of the Rev. John Watson... 143 To the Memory of John Angell James

Addressed to a Pastor on Retiring from The Aged Pastor.

his Flock

144 Light!

“Pray Always”.

144 My Lambs
Lord's Prayer Illustrated

288

288
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479
527
528
528
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