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With this glorious prospect before us, we willingly bear all the obloquy and every temporal inconvenience to which the open profession of our faith can expose us, and are infinitely happier in being opposed and frowned upon by the powers of the world, than you are in opposing us, with every advantage that the world can give you. Your associate says that my History of early Opinions concerning Christ appears by its title to be fraught with impious heretical theology; but such language only serves to amuse myself and friends, who, in the way which you call heresy, conscientiously worship the God of our fathers; and what you think to be most reproachful we consider as highly honourable to us.
A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS distributed by the UNITARIAN SOCIETY for promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue.
THE NEW TESTAMENT, in an Improved Version, upon the Basis of Archbishop Newcome's New Translation, with a corrected Text, and Notes Critical and Explanatory. Royal 12mo. Boards, 7s.
The same Work without the Notes. Demy 18mo. Boards. 3s. 6d. Priestley on the Evidences of Religion, 3 vols. 15s. Belsham's (Rev. Thomas) Calm Inquiry into the Scripture Doctrine concerning the Person of Christ. 8vo. 12s.
Progress of Intellectual Improvement; and Reply to the Bishop of St. David's. Boards. 5s.
Memoirs of the Rev. Theophilus Lindsey. 12s. Review of Wilberforce's Practical View. 5s. 6d. Priestley's (Dr.) Memoirs, 2 vols. 10s.
Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion, 2 vols. 7s.
Heathen Philosophy. 3s.
Jones's (Rev. John) Sequel to Ecclesiastical Researches. 10s. 6d. Baring (Charles) On the Prophecies. 6s.
Examination respecting the Person of Jesus. 3s. Aspland's Plea for Unitarian Dissenters. 2s. 6d. Cappe's Life of Christ. 9s.
Kenrick's Sermons, 2 vols. 10s.
Grundy's (Rev. John) Lectures, Vol. II. 11s.
tament. 12mo. 4s.
- Unitarianism the Doctrine of the Gospel. 12mo. 6s. Cappe's (Rev. Newcombe) Discourses on the Providence and Government of God. 3s.
Locke on the Reasonableness of Christianity as delivered in the Scriptures; with a short Account of his Life and Writings; to which is added his Essay for the understanding of St. Paul's Epistles. 3s. 6d. Christie's Discourses on the Divine Unity. 4s.
Farmer's Dissertation on Miracles; designed to show that they are Arguments of a Divine Interposition, and absolute Proofs of the Mission and Doctrines of a Prophet. Boards. 4s. 6d.
On the Demoniacs of the New Testament. Boards. 3s. 6d. Enquiry into the Nature and Design of Christ's Temptation in the Wilderness. Sewed in Marble Paper. 2s. Lindsey's (Rev. Theophilus) Second Address. Boards. 2s. Six Tracts in Vindication of the Worship of One God; viz. Dr. Disney's Friendly Dialogue between a common Unitarian Christian and an Athanasian: Together with a second Dialogue between Eugenius and Theophilus on the same Subject.-His Reasons for resigning the Rectory of Panton, and Vicarage of Swinderby, in Lincolnshire, and quitting the Church of England.-A Letter to the Rev. Mr. D-, by a Layman.-An Exhortation to all Christian People to refrain from Trinitarian Worship.-Mr. Frend's First and Second Addresses to the Members of the Church of England, and to Protestant Trinitarians in general. 12mo, Boards. 2s.
Books distributed by the Unitarian Society.
Toulmin's (Dr.) Review of the Life, Character, and Writings of the Rev. John Biddle, M.A. who was banished to the Isle of Scilly in the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell. -The Life of Mr. Thomas Firmin, late Citizen of London, written by one of his most intimate Acquaintance: With a Sermon preached on the Occasion of his Death. 12mo. Bound. 2s. 6d.
Sermons; viz. Dr. Price's Sermons on the Security of a virtuous Course; the Happiness of a virtuous Course; and the Resurrection of Lazarus.-Dr. Priestley's Sermons on the Importance and Extent of free Inquiry in Matters of Religion, Habitual Devotion, the Duty of not Living to Ourselves, and the Danger of bad Habits. 12mo. Boards. 2s.
Hartley, (Dr.) On the Truth of the Christian Religion. 12mo. Boards. 1s. 6d.
Forster's (Mr. Thos.) Narrative of the Proceedings of the Quakers against himself. 10s.
Christian Unitarianism vindicated by Verax. 7s.
Memoirs of the Rev. Dr. Priestley. Boards. 2s. 6d.
Mason's Treatise on Self-Knowledge, with an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. 12mo. Boards. 2s. 6d.
Eaton's Scripture the only Guide to Religious Truth: A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Society of York Baptists. Boards. 2s. 6d.
Law's (Bishop of Carlisle) Reflections on the Life and Character of Christ; with an Essay on the Nature and End of Death under the Christian Covenant. 12mo. Boards. 1s. 6d.
Turner's (Rev. W.) Abstract of the History of the Bible, for the Use of Children and Young Persons; with Questions for Examination, and a Sketch of Scripture Geography, illustrated with Maps. Half-bound. 1s. 6d.
Belsham's Sermon on the Death of Mr. Lindsey. 4d.
Sermon on the Death of the Duke of Grafton. 1s. 6d. Sermon on the Act to relieve Persons wfio impugn the Doctrine of the Trinity. 2.
Great Importance of a religious Life considered. 1s.
Barbauld's (Mrs.) Hymns for the Use of Children. 18mo. Sewed. 6d. Butcher's (Rev. Edmund) Sermon on the Heresy of St. Paul, applied to the Conduct of Modern Unitarians. 1s.
Carpenter's (Dr.) "God even the Father, the true God." Is. 6d. Clark's Answer to the Question, "Why am I a Christian?" Stitched. 4d.
Fox's (Rev. W. J.) Sermon on the Comparative Tendency of Unitarianism and Calvinism. Stitched. 1s.
Garnham's Sermon preached at Trinity College, Cambridge. 12mo. Stitched. 2d.
Jamieson's (Dr.) Essay on the Destruction of the Canaanites. 12mo, Sewed in Marble Paper. 4d.
Kentish's (Rev. John) Sermon preached before the Western Unitarian Society at Plymouth, July 1811. 1s.
Lardner's (Dr.) Sermon on the Counsels of Prudence. 3d.
Books distributed by the Unitarian Society.
Lindsey's (Rev. Theophilus) Sermon on opening the Chapel in Essex Street. 6d.
Farewell Address to the Parishioners of Catterick. 3d. Little's Sermon. 1s.
Madge's (Rev. T.) Sermon on the Atonement. 2s. 6d. Marsom on the Inpersonality of the Holy Ghost. 1s. 6d. Mort, (John) A short View of the Life, Character, and Sentiments of, in a Sermon, by H. Toulmin. Stitched. 6d.
Paley's Natural Theology, Analysis of, by J. Joyce. 2s.
Perry's Letters to Kinghorn on the Divinity of Christ. 3s.
Porter's (Rev. T.) Serious Thoughts on the Birth of a Child. 6d.
Priestley's (Dr.) Appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of Christianity. 6d.
General View of the Arguments for the Unity of God. 4d. on Religious Education. 3d.
Familiar Illustration of certain Passages of Scripture. 8d. Rogers's Sermons, on the Nature of the Christian Church-the Scripture Idea of Heresy-Mysteries made plain-Scripture Doctrine of Atonement—and the Place, Object, and Manner of Christian Worship. Stitched. 6d.
Serious Address to unlearned Christians on the Trinity. 3d. Smith's Designed End to the Socinian Controversy (first printed in 1695). Stitched. 6d.
Toulmin's (Dr.) Manual of Prayers for the Closet. 1s.
Triumph of Truth, being an Account of the Trial of Mr. Elwall. 1d. Watts's (Dr.) Hymns and Moral Songs for the Use of Children, revised and altered by a Lady. To which are added, Prayers for the Use of Children. 18mo. Sewed. 6d.
Wright's Essay on the Unity and Supremacy of the One God and Father; and the Inferiority and Subordination of his Son Jesus Christ. 6d.
Essay on Future Punishment. 1s.
Answer to the Question, Why are you not a Trinitarian? 3d.
Yates's (Rev. James) Sermon at Glasgow on the Grounds of Uni
tarian Dissent. 1s.
A new Way of deciding old Controversies. By Basanistes. Svo. 66