Obrazy na stronie
PDF
ePub

in promoting every benevolent ob- vost of King's. By his death a ject. He is said to have died worth Tancrej Studentship in divinity is 200,0001. a striking instance of the vacater. effects of early industry, sobriety,

In St. James's Place, the and application.

Rev. William Maximilian Freind, At his house, on the Queen's late rector of Chinner, Berkshire. parade, Bath, in his 77th year, the - 13. Mr. Robert Griffin, eldest Hon. and Rev. Robert Cholmonde- son of Mr. G, of St. James's Street, ley.

He retired to rest on the preceding "At Verdun, the Marchioness of evening, apparently in perfect Tweedale, sister to the Earl of health, but was found dead in his Lauderdale.

bed the next morning. 8. At the seat of Lord Fre- The Rev. John Ilooke, son of the derick Campbell, Coombank, Kent, Rev. John Hooke, Master of Bed the Viscountess Curzon,

ford Free Grammar School, Aged 45, Lieutenant Col. Wil- 14, The Rev. W. W. Porter, liams, whom the Emperor of Ger- A.M. aged 28, Fellow of St. John's many created a baron of the empire.

College, Oxford. He distinguished himself greatly at 17. At Stamford, in his 100th the siege of Williamstadt, and by year, Benjamin Overton, who till his valúable services on the Lake within these few weeks, retained of Constance, and at the siege at his faculties in a surprising degree, Mentz, as commander of the Aus- considering his great age. trian flotilla.

18. At Bromley College, after -- 11. Mr. Matthew Robinson, a lingering and painful illness, Mrs. Parish Clerk of Haddenham, Cam- Owen, widow of the late learned, bridgeshire, in the 87th year of his and respectable Dr. Henry Owen, age, and the 51st of his clerkship. of Edmonton, well known by his He had buried 1335 persons at various publications, and daughter Haddenham, according to the pa- of Dr. Butts, formerly Bishop of rish register, besides children not Ely. -baptized.

20. At Cheam, Surrey, Mrs. 12. In London, Mr. Robert Peach, wife of the Rev. Mr. Surnner, B.A. of Christ's College, Peach, rector of that place. Cambridge, and nephew to the Pro

ERRATA.
Page 57. For DIATESSARUM, read DIATESSARON.

304. For Poliybus, read Polybius.
- .

.אבער read אמער For

.339

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The valuable communication from our learned correspondent, Inspector, will be given in our next.

GENERAL INDEX

TO THE

SIXTH VOLUME.

[ocr errors]

ons

[ocr errors]

A

PAGE
PAGE Bible-Stories, by Wm. Scolfield,
ACADEMICAL Preferments 60. Animadversions upon

273
123.201.280.369.449 | Biblical Criticism 138.219.304.381
Adam, Mr. his Correspondence Biography. Of the Rev. P. Skel-
with Mr. Bowles, Remarks

ton 1.65,129.209.289_Of Bi-
upon

- 266 shop Hallifax 7-Of Francis
Address to Correspondents 64.127 Quarles 94_Of Dr. Grabe - 375

289.454 Blackburne, the Rev. Archdea-
Ælfric, Archbishop of Canter- con, Animadversions upon 228.306

bury; Account of his Homilies Blayney, the Rev. Dr. his edi-
10-Recommended for publi-

tion of the Bible, noticed - - 302
cation by Dr. Hickes 11-His Buoks, monthly List of 58.119.199.
Paschal Homily edited by Arch-

276.367.448
bishop Parker

Boucher, the Rev. J. some ac-
Abwy, the word explained 29

count of

372

Bowles Mr. his “ View of the
Albigenses, whence so called 79
Alexandrian MS. of Lxx edited

Moral State of Society,” Re-
by Dr. Grabe

378

marks upon 391– Review of

47.190.261-His “ Observati-
Alvanley, the Right Hon. Lord,

on the Correspondence

207
some account of

between Mr. Adam and Mr.
Anglo-Saxon Church, its doc-

Bowles, Review of

266
trines very similar to those of
the Church of England at the

Boydell, Alderman, his public
Reformation

9
spirit

- 362
Answers to Overton's True

113

Bulınan's Sermon, Review of
Churchmen ascertained - 189

Bull, Bishop, his Letter to Dr.

Grabe -
214

377
Arnulfus murdered at Rome
Artifices of Jewish Rabbins - 86 Buonaparte, his cruelties and
Attributes of the Deity, pre-

perfidy 45--His intended in-

vasion, Ode upon
23 note

339
sumption to define them
B

с
Balguy's, Dr. Discourses recom-

mended to be reprinted 35 Calvinistic Doctrine, what 39
Baptism by Laymen, Query Pernicious consequences of it ibid.
upon
16

359
Barclay, the Rev. Wm. Quack Camelford, Right Hon. Lord,
Adrertisement by
399 account of

204.206
Bell Miss, account of the mur- Carlyle, the Rev. J. D. account
der of
373 of

287.370
Bennett Mr. Charles, some ac- Charge to the Clergy, Bishop of
count of
287 London's, Review of

347
Bible, best edition of, enquired Charlett Dr. Letters to

13
after 249--Question answered 300. Christian Observer, Animadver-

302

41.104.188.409.118

sions upon

in promoting every benevolent ob- vost of King's. By his death a ject. He is said to have died worth Tancredi Studentship in divinity is 200,000/, a striking instance of the vacated. etfects of early industry, sobriety,

In St. James's Place, the and application.

Rev. William Maximilian Freind, At his house, on the Queen's late rector of Chinner, Berkshire. parade, Bath, in his 77th year, the 13. Mr. Robert Griffin, eldest Hon. and Rev. Robert Cholmonde- son of Mr. G. of St. James's Street, lev.

He retired to rest on the preceding At Verdun, the Marchioness of evening, apparently in perfect Tweedale, sister to the Earl of health, but was found dead in his Lauderdale.

bed the next morning. - 8. At the seat of Lord Fre- The Rev. John Ilooke, son of the derick Campbell, Coombank, Kent, Rev. John Hooke, Master of Bed the Viscountess Curzon.

ford Free Grammar School, Aged 45, Lieutenant Col. Wil- 14. The Rev. W. W. Porter, liams, whom the Emperor of Ger- A.M. aged 28, Fellow of St. John's many created a baron of the empire. College, Oxford. He distinguished himself greatly at - 17. At Stamford, in his 100th the siege of Williamstadt, and by year, Benjamin Overton, who till his valúable services on the Lake within these few weeks, retained of Constance, and at the siege at his faculties in a surprising degree, Mentz, as commander of the Aus- considering his great age. trian flotilla.

18. At Bromley College, after - 11. Mr. Matthew Robinson, a lingering and painful illness, Mrs. Parish Clerk of Haddenham, Cam- Owen, widow of the !ate learned, bridgeshire, in the 87th year of his and respectable Dr. Henry Owen, age, and the 51st of his clerkship. of Edmonton, well known by his He had buried 1335 persons at various publications, and daughter Haddenham, according to the pa- of Dr. Butts, formerly Bishop of rish register, besides children not Ely. baptized.

20. At Cheam, Surrey, Mrs. 12. In London, Mr. Robert Peach, wife of the Rev. Mr. Sumner, B.A. of Christ's College, Peach, rector of that place. Cambridge, and nephew to the Pro

ERRATA,
Page 57. For DraTeSSARUM, read DIATESSARON.
304. For Poliybus, read Polybius.

.

.אבער read אמער For

.339

TO CORRESPONDENTS,

The valuable communication from our learned correspondent, Inspector, will be given in our next.

GENERAL INDEX

TO THE

SIXTH VOLUME.

PAGR

[ocr errors]

ons

А

PAGE Bible-Stories, by Wm. Scolfield,
ACADEMICAL Preferments 60.

Animadversions upon 273
123.201.280.369.449 | Biblical Criticism 138.219.304.381
Adam, Mr. his Correspondence Biography. Of the Rev. P.Skel-
with Mr. Bowles, Remarks

ton 1.65.129.209.289_Of Bi-
upon

- 266

shop Hallifax: 7-Of Francis
Address to Correspondents 64.127 Quarles 94_Of Dr. Grabe · 375

289.454 Blackburne, the Rev. Archdea-
Ælfric, Archbishop of Canter- con, Animadversions upon 228.306

bury; Account of his Homilies Blayney, the Rev. Dr. his edi-
10--Recommended for publi- tion of the Bible, noticed - · 302
cation by Dr. Hickes 11-His Buoks, monthly List of 58.119.199.
Paschal Homily edited by Arch-

276.367.448
bishop Parker

Boucher, the Rev. J. some ac-
29

count of
Alwy, the word explained

372
19
Albigenses, whence so called

Bowles Mr. his - View of the
Alexandrian MS. of Lxx edited

Moral State of Society,” Re-
by Dr. Grabe

378

marks upon 391-Review of

47.190,261-His“ Observati.
Alvanley, the Right Hon. Lord,
some account of

207

on the Correspondence

between Mr. Adam and Mr.
Anglo-Saxon Church, its doc-

Bowles, Review of
trines very similar to those of

266
the Church of England at the

Boydell, Alderman, his public
Reformation

spirit

362

Bulinan's Sermon, Review of
Answers to Overton's True

113
Churchmen ascertained - 189

Bull, Bishop, his Letter to Dr.
214

Grabe -
Arnulfus murdered at Rome

377
Artifices of Jewish Rabbins 86 Buonaparte, his cruelties and
Attributes of the Deity, pre-

perfidy 45—His intended in-

vasion, Ode upon
23 note

339
sumption to define them
B

с
Balguy's, Dr. Discourses recom-

mended to be reprinted 35 Calvinistic Doctrine, what 39-
Baptism by Laymen, Query Pernicious consequences of it ibid.
upon
16

352
Barclay, the Rev. Wm. Quack Camelford, Right Hon. Lord,
Adrertisement by
399 account of

204.206
Bell Miss, account of the mur- Carlyle, the Rev. J. D. account
der of

373
of

287.370
Bennett Mr. Charles, some ac- Charge to the Clergy, Bishop of
count of
287 London's, Review of

347
Bible, best edition of, enquired Charlett Dr. Letters to

13
after 249 Question answered 300. Christian Observer, Animadver-

302

41.104.188.409.,118

-

[ocr errors]

sions upon

PAGE

90

TAGS
Churches, attention requisite to

Ecclesiastical Preferments 59,121.
the repair of -

295

201.279.368.449
Churching of Women, Remarks Emlyn, Original Letter from
upon

244,300.414 Endeavour Society, Design of
Clapham's Abridgment of Bp. 163---Papers distributed by
Pretty man's Christiap Theo-

them

146
logy, Review of

106 Enthusiasm, danger arising from 351
Clergy; residence of, enforced Episcopal Ordination necessary

354— 'Their conduct during the to constitute a Church 42.375
late war 355-On the expedi- Essays. On the Eternity of fu-
enry of giving support to the ture Punishments
Irish Roman Catholic 4091

On the Nature and Ends
Clerical Character, indelibility

of Social Union

222.305
of .

322 | Eternity of future Punishments,
Cobbold, the Rev.S. Mr. Pear- Essay upon 21-Founded up-

son's reply to 148--His cor- on Scripture 29—First ques-
rection of Aikin's Annual Re-

tioned by Origen 32-Denial
view

1:19 of this doctrine dangerous to
Commination Office, Remarks

virtue

34
upon

97 Eucharist, how celebrated by
Confessional, Animadversions the Liturgy of Edward VI. 385
upon

292.305
Coppinger Dr. his Letter to Lord
Redesdale 341--- Answer to 345 Famine in Ireland

66
Coronation of King James II. ac- Fasting, the benefits of 1674
cidents at

15 Practised by the primitive
Correspondence between Lord Church

165
Redesdale and Lord Fingal,

Fell, the 'Rev. John, some ac-
&c.
173.254.341 count of

203
Correspondents, Address to 64.127. Festivals; when two fall toge-

288.454 ther, how the service is to be
Corruptions of the Romish performed

242.298,301,303
Charth resisted as they arose 134. fingal, Earl of, Letters from 176,
213

181.951
Covenant, Remarks on the word 141 Future State
Criterion by Bishop Douglas, re-

commended to be republished 36
Crossman, the Rev. Dr. some Gardiner's Fast Sermon, Re-
account of 62-Remarks on

view of

195
the same

63 note

Gilpin, the Rer. \m. account
Curates, on the fate of
238

286.970

Good Works a necessary condi-
Daniel viii. xiv, explained

tion of Salvation

101.193
82, &c.
xi. explained
Grabe Dr. Life of

375
218
Baubeny's Vindicio Ecclesia In- Ground in Church-yard, whether
glicine, Review of

98.192

it can be claimed by Dissen-
ters?

18
Dead, Prayers for them whe-
ther lawful?

Guardian of Education, by Mrs.

19
D'Enghien, Duke, Account of Triminer, Review of

273
the inurder of

281

II
Dissenter, Remarks on a pam-
phlct by a

414 Halęs, the Rev. Dr. his Fast
Drapier Jonathan, on the fate of Serinon, Review of

403
Curates

939 Hall lip. Extract from his Works 102
on Mr. Luke's

Hall's Fast Serinon, Review of
pamphlet

321.398

Hallifax, Bp. some account of 7
Druses, their character

53
Heber's Palestine, a Prize l'oem 51.

115.197
E

Hebrew Ode, on the threatened
Ecclesiastical History 9.163.213.294 Invasion

339

[ocr errors]

387

« PoprzedniaDalej »