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Unitarian, and refuse to be ranked among us. This, to be sure, is somewhat unreasonable; for if they acknowledge but one Supreme Being in one person, they might as well say so. And still we are ready to admit, that some unfounded, though perfectly natural suspicions, entertained against us and our opinions, may be the cause of this backwardness, and we do not therefore think it a fit subject for resentment. In time they will know us better; and they will know their own opinions better. We will not dispute about We rejoice that their sentiments are essentially liberal and unitarian. We know that such sentiments will presently bring about a greater unanimity of belief between us; and while we feel confident of such a happy result, we also feel content to wait for it.

names.

Corrections of President Adams' Letter.

THE letter from President Adams to Dr. Bancroft, which we published in our number for May last, was, it appears, taken from an incorrect copy. The only errors of much consequence are among the names which are mentioned in it. For Miles should be read Niles; for Mr. Miller, Mr. Mellen; and the name of Dering should be struck out, and those of Lindsey and Disney inserted in its stead.

ERRATA. Page 219, last word on the page, for countenances read countenance. Page 299, for to renew, read of renewing.

INDEX.

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B.

BALTIMORE Unitarian Book

Society, second report of
the, 59. Rev. Mr. Sparks'
letter of resignation to the
First Independent Church
of, 290. Their answer,
Bancroft, Dr. review of his
Sermons, 21. President
Adams' letter to,

114

175

312

1

8

136

59
289

27

259

149

162

78

308

294

191

Baptism, manner of adminis-
tering, left optional by the
Saviour,
Barbauld, Mrs. her "Thought
on Death."

311

150

Becanus, the Jesuit, quoted
by Wolzogen,

84

Believing and not believing, 178
Bell, first one erected in
Washington,
Bereans, described,

Beza,

Bible, the test of religious
opinions, 20, 26. The
creed of Unitarians, 182, 250
Biblical Archæology, Jahn's, 272
Biblical Criticism, Gerard's, 273
Blanchard, Rev. J. H. T. or-
dination of,
Bolzec the physician,
Bonaparte, designed the res-
toration of the Jews,
Bramunical Magazine, allu-
ded to, 164. Account of
it, 171. Extracts from,
176. Its arguments against
the trinity,

201

Bramuns and missionaries,
controversy between, 163, 201
Bullinger,

14

Burder's Oriental Literature,
notice of, 99, Selections
from,
100, 287

64

159

13, 14

C.

CALCUTTA, new publications
in, 36. Unitarian Society
in,

Calvin, a sketch of his histo-
tory, 10. Wishes the word

116
10

236

63

trinity buried, 163. His
dedication to Francis I. 257
Calvinistic subtleties, 137.
Supposed texts, explana-
tion of,

the

Calvinists, sentiments of, ex-
pressed in a dialogue,
Carpov, demonstrates
trinity by mathematics,
Catechism, Geneva, notice of
the, 197. Poetical, notice
of, and extracts from,
Catholics, are but a sect in

this country,
Cerastes, account of the,
Cereus, Night-flowering, lines
on the,
Channing, Rev. Dr. his ser-
mon at Mr. Sparks' ordi-
nation reprinted in Calcut-
ta,
Christ, see Jesus Christ.
Christianity, an intelligible
religion, 2. To be exam-
ined, 17. A universal re-
ligion, 29. Imperfectly
taught by the missionaries,
167. Advantages of its va-
rious sects, 260. A reli-
gion of peace,
Christian's life a pilgrimage, 124
Convention of ministers,

269

275

Massachusetts,
Conversion of the Jews, first
letter on the, 71. Second
letter on the,

Council of Nice,
Creed, the Andover, 136.
The Athanasian,

183

304

154

307

268

103

189

163

222

153

146

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Farel, attends the death-bed
of Calvin,
Folly of classing Unitarians
with unbelievers,

Fox, Rev. Joseph, his lec-
tures at Bolton,
Frey, Mr. the converted
Jew,

Friend of India, the, a perio-
dical work of the missiona-
ries at Calcutta,

183

49

77

141

40

35

153

1
63

187

49

222

117

296

131

15

212

303

202

G.

GEN. xviii. 8, xxiii. 9, xlix.
17, illustrated, 100, 102,
103; vi. 5, explained,
Geneva, some account of, 10.
College of, 13. Catechism, 197

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JAHN'S Biblical Archæology,
Upham's translation of,
Jer. xxii, 9, explained,
Jesuit, story about one,
Jesus Christ, subordinate to
God, 27. The Son of God
40, Not omniscient, 41.
Not possessed of a double
nature, ib. Reconciles us
to God, 79. His sacrifice,
ib. Our Saviour, 81. Jus-
tin Martyr's idea of his
nature, 157. The Gnos-
tics' opinions concerning
him, 160. Cannot be God,
203. Adored by Trinita-
rians in a material form,
208. In what manner he
came to send a sword, 269.
His mediatorship,
Jewish dispensation, divine
authority of the,
Jews, conversion of the, letter
first, 71. Their restoration,
72. Their constancy, 73.
Letter second on their con-
version, 222.
Were never
trinitarians,
Job, xxxi. 20, illustrated, 288.
xxxi. 32,
John, x. 30, explained, 42.
i. x. 7, should not be print-
ed in our Bibles,
John, of Damascus,

Jones, Noah, his hints for a
lecture on Socinianism,
Jortin, his remarks on the
Athanasian creed,
Justin Martyr, particulars re-
specting his life and wri-
tings,

K.

KAY, Rev. Mr. his exertions
in Northumberland,
208 2 Kings, iv. 29, illustrated,

272

186

230

306

115

231

289

43
154

S03

149

156

198
288

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