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CONTENTS OF VOLUME y.
1. A VINDICATION OF THE REV. MR.
WESLEY’S CALM ADDRESS TO THE
LETT. I. The doctrine of Taxation maintained in
the Calm Address, is rational, scrip-
tural, and constitutional
II. The doctrine of Americanus is highly
III. Observations on the Origin of Power,
on the high Republican Spirit, and
its effects in the Time of Cromwell
-on Tyranny and Slavery, and on
the peculiar Liberty of the Subjects
of Great Britain-The Author's
wishes respecting a Reconciliation
with the Colonists .
AMERICAN PATRIOTISM FARTHER
CONFRONTED WITH REASON, SCRIP-
TURE, AND THE CONSTITUTION.
LETT. I. Mr. Evans's arguments are contrary to
Reason, Scripture, and the British
II. Mr. Evans's Mistake concerning the
Absoluteness of our Property-the
Nature of Slavery-the Origin of
Power, and the Proper Cause of
the War with America
III. Dr. Price's Politics are as irrational,
unscriptural, and unconstitutional,
as those of Mr. Evans
IV. Observations on Dr. Price's awful
Argument, taken from our immo-
V. A Scriptural Plea for the revolted Co-
lonies, with some Hints concerning
a Christian Method of reconcilia.
tion between them and the Mother
III. THE BIBLE AND SWORD.
1. The King's Proclamation for a general
II. Fasting, Prayer, and Drawing the
Sword of Justice, perfectly con-
sistent with Scripture
IV. A DREADFUL PHENOMENON DE.
SCRIBED AND IMPROVED.
I. A particular account of the Pheno-
II. A Sermon preached on the Occasion,
from Numbers xvi. 13, 31, &c.
V. DISCOURSE ON THE NEW BIRTH.
Part I. To whom and how our Saviour preached
II. What is meant by being born again,
III. Why no man can see the Kingdom
of God unless he be born again . 286
IV. The Danger of taking the regula-
rity of our Manners for Regenera-
V. Conclusion. By what means a soul
may be born again
VI. POSTHUMOUS PIECES.
1. Sis Letters on the Spiritual Manifes-
tation of the Son of God
II. Pastoral and Familiar Letters
VII. PORTRAIT OF ST. PAUL.
TRAIT I. His early Piety
II. His Christian Piety
III. His intimate Union with Christ by
IV. His extraordinary Vocation to the
holy Ministry, and in what that
Ministry chiefly consists
V. His entire Devotion to Jesus Christ 512
VI. His strength and his arms
VII. His power to bind, to loose, and to
bless in the name of the Lord
TRAIT VIII. The earnestness with which he be-
gan and continued to fill up the
duties of his Vocation
IX. The manner in which he divided his
time between Prayer, Preaching,
X. The fidelity with which he announced
the severe threatenings, and consola-
tory Promises of the Gospel
XI. His profound Humility
XII. The ingenuous manner in which
he acknowledged and repaired his
XIII. His detestation of party-spirit and
XIV. His Rejection of praise
XV. His Universal Love
XVI. His particular love to the faithful 542
XVII. His love to those whose faith was
XVIII. His love to his countrymen and
XIX. His love to those whom he knew
only by report
XX. His charity towards the poor in giv-
ing, or procuring for them tempo-
XXI. His charity towards sinners in offer.
ing them every spiritual assistance 550
XXII. The engaging condescension of
his humble charity
XXII. His Courage in defence of