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Pococke, high character of, by Locke Prophecies, a wonderful chain of, in:

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scripture Page 181
Pope, Alexander, Esq. declaration of 6

a remarkable one, concern-
quotations from 45, 46, 199, 243,

ing the French 248, 249
262, 288

Propertius, quotation from 264
a believer

133 Prussia, Frederic, King of, egregiously
Pope, of Rome, duration of 131 mistaken

295
anecdove of 329 Psalmist, a great admirer of the law of
cruelly treated by the

Moses
French

100 Puritans, History of, by Neal, recom.
Popes, of Rome, number of, in all 131 mended

142
however virtuous to 80

Pythagoras, excellent precept of 286
dition

140
Popery, a grievous curse to Christen-

Q.
dom

93
600 gross errors in

141
Pot, Lord, infidelity and death of

Quadrupeds, species of

$17
Pref. 7, 8
Pope, William, infidelity and awful

R.
death of

Pref. 8, 9
Porcupine, Peter, Bloody Buoy of 222, Raleigh, Sir Walter, dying advice of
226

303
democratic principles Rank, men of, sometimes the pest of a
illustrated, by 217 neighbourhood

172
writes the Life of T. Reasons, the Author's, for resignation
Paine
298

331, 342
Porson's account of Gibbon's history Rectories, number of

16, 17 Reformation, prevented the clergy from
Porteus, Bishop, quotation from, on

'amassing the wealth of
the Atonement 118

Europe

163
Discourses of, on Redemp-

of England, essential to
tion, recommended 269

the salvation of the
on a Future State, recum-

country 75–81, 135
mended

245
Prayers for the King, too frequently

attended with some dans
repeated

136

ger

171, 172
Prebends, Canons, &c. some account

nature of that contended
of

72

for

321, 330
Preferment, large, not necessary to our Reformers, excellent men, and noble
usefulness
329 examples

141
church, instances of shock-
Religion, short sketch of

3, 4
ing abuse in

148
happiness of

301
Predictions, scriptural, conclusive 159

singularity in, no disgrace 301
concerning the Pope of

302
- Rome

160

the highest honour 302
Prior, Matthew, Esq. quotations from

alone, can make us happy

243, 244
opinion of, on the books of Solo-

attended with safety 177, 178

262 Religions, of the world should be com-
Pringle, Sir John, conversion of 31 pared

269, 270
Priestly, Dr. considers all lively reli. Renty, Mons de, read three chapters
gion as enthusiasm

310
daily on his knees

283
Priests by iheir folly the curse of Repentance, death-bed, very dangerous
Christendom
168, 169

37
Priests, 24,600 of, murdered in France Reyner, a bankrupt, afterwards ho-
227 nourably paid his debts

322
Priesthood, in danger of being subveita Ridley, Bishop, able to repeat much of
ed
169 the bible

290
Puotestant states, to fall

139 Rittenhouse, David, a philosopher, yet
Protestants, number of, in the world a believer

296
271 Robertson, Dr. opinion of, on Chris.
Prophets, ancient, vindicated 185, 180

tianity

140

mon

on

ness of

55, 56

51

Robertson, Dr. sermon of, recom. Sherlock, Dr.on the 'Test Act Page 159
mended
Page 317

Divine Providence,
Robinson, Dt. a great admirer of the

recummended

195
bible

237 Shepherd, of Salisbury Plain, read his
Robison's Proofs of a Conspiracy 319 bible daily for 30 years

294
Robert, King of Sicily, preferred his Sidney, Sir Philip, dying advice of 288
bible to his kingdom

239 Slavery, in ancient times common and
Rochester, Earl of, conversion and cruel

165
wickedness of 32-35 Slave trade, in England, inexcusable.
Bishop of, against all reform

164, 165
84

honour due to those who
Rome, destruction of, predicted 131,

under God effected the
132

Abolition

165, 166
Romaine, Rev. William, read nothing Socrates, short account of 8, 255
but the bible for 30 years Societies, for promoting religion 272,
293

273
glorious death of

Solomon, Sermon and experience of
Roscommon, Earl of, passage from,

241, 242
applied to the bible

262 South, Dr. two declarations of 264, 328
Rowe, Nic. Esq. died in the faith 262 Spain, King, of, penitent lamentation
Rosseau, extraordinary life and death from

43
of -

26, 28, 266

Spaniards, horrible cruelty of, in Ame-
fine quotations from, on the rica

163
gospels 181, 182, 2;8 Spencer, Edmund, fine sentiments of
Rush, Dr. a philosopher, yet a Chris-

313
tian:

296 Spectator, No. 237, on Providence 195
Russel, Lord, happy death of

Spinosa, died an atheist

267
Spirit, Holy, operation of, defended by

Bishop Pearson
S.

308
Stars, number of, discoverable 317

Stackhouse, Rev. T. on the objections
Sabbath, profaned, and lost 221

to the bible

196
Salmasius, dying lamentation of * 41

Steel, Sir Richard, on the death of
Saville, Sir George, some account of 61

three infidels 46
Scaliger, a fine stanza, admired by 307

greatly delighted with
Scarlett, New Testament of, for uni-

the scriptures 256
versal restitution
190

294
Scott, Rev. Thomas, conversion of 36

Christian Hero of, re-
answer of, 'to T. Paine, quota.

commended

303
tion from

180 Sterne, Lawrence, Sermon of, on Con.
Scotland, kirk of, some account of 73

science

267
shipping of

230

curious dissolution of 99
Scriptures, law against their being read

Stillingfieet, Bishop, endeavours refor.
292
mation

143
Seldon, John, dying declaration of 52,

Origines Sacræ of, strongly
53, 238

recommended

297
Seneca, fine passage from, on Cato 306 Struensee, Count, conversion of 38, 40'
Servin, the atheist, life and death of

Subscription, to the 39 Articles, a great
8-10

hardship

149, 158
Servan, Mons. noble death of 226

when we go to College,
Shakespeare's account of purgatory 24

very wrong

150
quotations from 88, 172,

is there a Bishop in Eng.

land who believes fully
Sheffield, Duke of Bucks, lines on the

his own subscription?
death of
46

157
Sherlock, Bishop, quotations from

Susannah, Countess of Suffolk, read

Pref. 9 the bible over twice a year' 292
a fine passage from

Swedenborgh, strange errors of 212
246

letter in defence of, falla-
Sermons of, recom-

cious

213
mended 269

Switzerland, overthrow of 223
a passage from, on
the Atonement 118

250, 268

54

188

T.

Voltaire, unhappy end of, at some
length

Pages 11, 15
Tacitus, on the three States in a Go. lived laughing, but how did
vernment

Page 218
he die

247
Taylor, Bishop, a rare character 83

dark picture of the present
Temple, Sir William, Burnet's account

state of man by

175
* of

61

W.
Tennison, Archbishop, endeavoured Wakefield, Mr. on Bishop Watson's
reformation

143
Address

227
Testimonies, Heathen, to the birth of

Evidences of Christianity
Christ

106
by, recommended

182
Theology, difficulties in

100

on National Churches 324
Thompson, James, quotation from 319 Waller, Sir William, eminent for piety
Tillotson, Archbishop, quotation from

3
119 Walker, Rev. Samuel, transporting
endeavoured reformation 143

death of
on the eternity of future Walsingham, serious reproof of 247,
misery
189

248
reprobates the Athanasian War, authors on the causes of the pre-
creed
338 sent

69, 70
Tithes, originally a usurpation 152 Washington, General, a serious Chris-
Toleration, unknown for many ages 153

tian

63
clergy often unfriendly to Watts, Dr. dependance of, on the pro-

213
mises of God

263
Tollet, an apostate priest, a blood- quotations from 6, 199, 263
hound

218, 219 Watson, Bishop, quotations from 63,
Toplady, triumphant death of 278

178, 246, 251
Tribes, ten of the Jews, now in the

entertains objections to the
East

church

158
Trorchin, Dr. confirms the bad end of

on the mysterious doctrines
Voitaire

of religion 192, 193, 194
Turk, fall of

323

apologies of, recommended,
Turreau's history of the Verdean war

Pref. 17
223 West, Gilbert, Esq. conversion of 29,
Tyre, prophecies concerning, conclu-

39
sive

- 104 Wesley, Rey. John, spent his whole
life in doing good

295
U.

comfortable death of 278
Wesley, Rev. Charles, quotations from

7, 100, 144, 174, 268
Unbelievers, creed of

97

Whiston, William, reasons of, for the
Union, Act of, should be no hindrance

truth of the bible 179, 180
to reformation

84

anecdotes concerning 149,
Universities, English, income of 71

334 Advert. 23, 24
Urick, John, great diligence of, in

Whitefield, Rev. George, anecdote con-
prayer

41
cerning

325
Usher, Archbishop, a walking library

Wilson, Bishop, declined his seat in the
63

House of Lords 75,

188
V.

Works of, recom-

mended
Vanderkemp, Dr. converted from Wilson, Captain, some account of the
deism

conversion and voyage of 273, 300
Vegetables, species of

Wilberforce, Wm. Ésq. an able advo-
Vendee, La, murders in

226

cate for religion 235, 313, 314
Vial, the seventh, now pouring out 100

Williams, William, wickedness and

death of
Vigo, Marquis of, like unto Moses 339

249, 250
Vicarages, in England and Wales 71

William III. constant in prayer and
Villages of England, No. of 326 reading the Bible

239 •
Visague, Madame de, barbarously Willis, Henry, a farmer, read the bible

217
cight times over

294

15

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188

300
317

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