Infidel Mission, Sixth Bulletin ; Correspondence between the Rev.
Mr. Mason, a Baptist Minister, and Messrs. Carlile and Taylor.--State of
the Infidel Mission at Leeds, by the Rev. Robert Taylor ; Interruption
of the Proceedings by the Mayor of Leeds.-Doggerel Rhymes on the
Radical Foster, of Knaresborough, by Mr. Carlile.-Notice of Miss
Frances Wright.-Seventeenth Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev.
Robert Taylor, On Truth, Part II.--The Beauties of Shaftsbury's Cha-
racteristics, continued from p. 800, vol. iii.
Infidel Mission, Seventh Bulletin, by Mr. Carlile ; Proceedings at
Manchester; Castigation of Archibald Prentice, Editor of the “Man-
chester Times," in consequence of his unjustifiable Remarks upon Mr.
Place's “Principle of Population.”—Lines on Superstition and Tyranny.
-Infidel Mission, Seventh Bulletin, by the 'Rev. Robert Taylor;
Delivers an Oration at the Manor Court-room, Manchester.–Celebration
of the Anniversary of the Birth of Thomas Paine, in America.-Free
Discussion.-Eighteenth Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev. Robert
Taylor, On Sincerity,- Letter to the Infidel Missionaries, by E. R.-
Letter to the Infidel Missionaries, by a Correspondent at Cambridge.-
The Beauties of Shaftsbury's Characteristics, continued from p. 32.