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East Indies, conduct of Englishmen in
the

165
Edward VI. greatly reverenced the bi-
ble

239
Egypt, prophecies concerning, conclu-
sive

104, 105
Elizabeth, Queen, a great lover and
reader of the bible

291
Ęmerson, William, wicked life and
unpleasant death of

11
Emperors, Roman, slew 5000 Chris-
tians a-day

197
England one of the ten kingdoms to
fall

134
only posible way of its escap-

ing destruction 134-136
church of, eldest daughter of
Rome

159
in danger, without a reform

169
people of, very generally de-
praved

229, 230
shipping of

230
annual produce of il.
annual labour of, worth 231

annual charities of ib,
English superior to the French in bra-
very

217
Enthusiasm, lively religion defended

from the charge of 308, 309
Erasmus exhorts all men to read the
bible

293
Erskine, Hon. Thomas, a serious
Christian

69
fine oration of, against T.
Paine

Pref. 11, 15
quotations from 64, 69
Establishments, corrupt, of religion,
causes of infidelity

69, 70
Euler, extraordinary character of 65
Letters of, to a German Princess

299
Europe, inhabitants of

271
Evangelists, the four, have drawn a
finished character

180
Eveleigh, Dr. quotation from, on pro-
phecy

105

Facts of the Old Testament, confirmed

by existing circumstances 190
Fenelon, Archbishop, a most amiable
character

83
Ferguson, Mr. on Daniel's prophecy

161
Fish, species of

317
a cod, produces 3,500,000 young
at a time

ib.
Fly, a, brings forth 2,000 young at a
time

ib.
Franklin, Dr. an infidel

221
France, church of, some account of 75
lare king of, a worthy character

140
present governors of, so many
Jehus

223
French, tools in God's hand to punish

the nations 165, 166, 304
philosophers, more cruel than
kings or parsons

197
always a brave people 216,

217
now the greatest slaves in Eu-
rope

220, 221
by profaning the Sabbath are
deprived of it

221
conduct of, in Suabia and
Franconia

223
late king of the, died nobly

224
conduct of, respecting the
American war

ib.
revolution, a tremendous event

228
impiety of

304

G.

Gardiner, Colonel, eminent for devo.
tion

2, 3
delivered from the dominion
of lust

195
called the happy rake ,240
Garzo, edifying death of

306
George II. spent much time in private
prayer

52
George III. a most worthy character

140
Germany, Charles V. Emperor of, re.

tires from the world
Gibbon, Edward, Esq. death of 16, 17
Gildon, Charles, conversion of 29
Gisborne, reflections of, on Mr. Paley

337
Godwin, Mrs, character and death of

264
Gospel, why the deists cannot receive

51, 52

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Gospel challenges investigation Hatton, Sir Christopher, dying advice
Pages 113, 295 of

Pages 283, 294
in this country a civil institution Hell, Heathen description of 203

143, 144 Henry, Matthew, dying declaration of
should distinguish between use

Pref, 6
and abuse of

147

Heroism, true, wherein it consists 303,
opposers of, its very good friends

304, 305
101 Herbert, qud

tions from

Adrert. 20
intention of

196

Hervey, Rey, James, glorious death of
difficulties of the, no valid ob-

54
jection to its truth 197

answer of, to Bolingbroke 183
cause of misery to mankind

spent his last days in praying
answered
197, 198
over the bible

263
why not published to all na- Herschel, Dr, vast discoveries of 317
tions

198, 199

Hesiod, fine sentiment from 286
why permitted to be corrupted Hill, Sir Richard, Apology of 144

199

Hoadly, Bishop, wished much for a
Gouge, Mr. William, read 15 chapters

reformation

152
of the bible daily

292

Hobbes, Mr. some account of his life
300

and death
Gray, the poet, a deist
had a mean opinion of

Hobart, Lady Frances, read the bible
Shaftesbury 61 daily

29%
Rev. Mr. Key of, recommended Holidays, worse than useless 84

183 Holland, unhappy condition of 227
Gregory, a Missionary, an account by Homilies, in opposition to the revolu-

167
tion

: 153
Grey, Lady Jane, dying present of, to

recommended by Bishop
her sister

290
Horsley

285
Greatheed, Rev. Mr. Sermon of the, Horace, quotations from 264 Advert,
recommended
325

26
Greeks and Armenians, number of, in Horne, Bishop, on the iniquity of the
the world

271

country

327
Grew, Dr. a great admirer of the bible

quotation from, Pref. 5

237 Houses, religious, suppressed by Hen-
Grimstone, Sir Harbottle, eminent for

93
devotion

Howard, John, Esq. serious believer
Grotius, Hugo, a great lover of the

295
291 Hume, David, Esq. merry death of 6
death of

41

an advocate for adultery and
suicide

ib.

authors who have opposed 16
II.

never examined Christianity 22r

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Infidels very unhappy and self-con- Kenyon, Lord, testimony of, to religion
demned -
Pages 239, 240

Page Pref. 1$
Infidel, enthusiastic, curious account Kett, Bampton Lectures of, recoma
274, 275 mended

297
Insects, species of

317 Kidder, Bishop, endeavoured reforma-
Ireland, state of

77, 78 tion
Israel, prophecies concerning, conclu- Kilham, Alexander, societies of
sive

104, 105 King, in this country, absolute in the
Italy, a store-house of fire

church
Kingdoms, ten, all to fall at the end of

1200 years
J.

143
326

133

145

James I. a superstitious bigot

L.
Janeway, John, triumphant death of

310, 312

Ladies, present to church-livings, 145
Jenyns, Sname, Esq. conversion of 31

of eminence, who loved and
Jerusalem, prophecies concerning, con-

read the Bible

292
clusive

104, 105

Laity, seriously called upon to defend
Jerome, St. directions of, for reading religion

234, 235
the scriptures

287, 288

Lamballe, Princess of, noble death of
Jesus and his Apostles, surpassed all

224
the ancients

178 Latimer, Bishop, on unpreaching pre-
Jewel, Bishop, wished for farther refor-

lates

88, 89
mation

142

Lauras, Mons. death of 225
says Queen Elizabeth, refused

wife, horrible treatment
to be head of the Church 146

of

Ibid.
Sews, present state of the, a full proof

Lavater, remonstrance of, with the
of religion

105

French Directory 223
number of, in the world 271

predicts the general spread of
Johnson, Dr. exhorted Sir J. Reynolds

infidelity

305, 300
to read the Bible 42, 284

a firm believer in brist :
Life of, by Boswell, very en-

Ibid.
tertaining

41, 42

Laws, English, need improvement 135
suffered by neglecting the Law, Bishop of Carlisle, a monopolizer
bible

234

of preferment
on the death of Hume 10 William, dying speech of

174
a good judge of fine writing Serious call of, strongly recom.

284

mended by Johnson and Gib-
convinced by reading Law's

bon

284, 285
Serious Call

284 Le Clerk on the authenticity of the
death of

books of Moses

184
Jones, Sir William, an unbeliever, and

a great admirer of the Gospels
convinced 257, 258
sentiments of, on the bible 257, Lee, Captain John, a Deist, execution
258 and penitence of

86
pious death of

Ilid.

Leechman, Dr. dying advice of
Asiatic researches of, quotacion Leighton, Archbishop, excellent ch

cha-
from

187

racter of
Jones, Jeremiah, on the divine Canon,

Leland, Dr John, happy death of 50
recommended

Advert. 19. Leslie, Charles, books of, against infi.
Josephus on the wickedness of the Jews

delity recommended

107
161 Lewis XIV.anadmirer of the bible 239
Judah, prophecies concerning, conclu- Lindsey, Rev. T. resignation of 137
sive

104 Lyons, in France, shocking treatment?
of

216, 226
K.

Littleton, Lord, conversion of 29, 30
Liverpool, some account of 229

Livings, church, general account of 71
Kelsey, Rev. Mr. resigned a rectory of

Locke, John, Esq. anecdote of Advert.
232

25, 26
Kempis, Thomas a, famous for a de.

an advocate for toleration 153
vout spirit

313

293

55

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M.

Locke on the morality of the Gospel, Methodista a term of reproach for reli:
Page 256 i gious people

Pages 85, 86
serious declaration of, on the Methodists, number of

72
New Testament

305

making great exertions 321
edifying death of

Ibid.

upon the increase of 326
London, brief account of 228, 229

how to check the Ibid.
Bishop of, an exception to

account of, by Cecil Adden.
most other prelates 89

Welch, imprudence of, 68,
Longinus, praises Moses and Paul 261

69
Lord's prayer, frequent repetition of, Mexico, Archbishop of, possesses
wrong

156
70,00ol a year

163
Lowman, Moses, on Revelation, re- Middleham, Dean of, on education 235
commended

161 Mill, Dr. enumerates 30,000 variations
Lowth, Bishop, on the excellence of in the New Testament

189
the Prophets

261 Milton, John, a noble champion for
Luc, M. de confirms the bad end of

toleiation

153
Voltaire

15

a devout admirer of the
bible

237
quotations from 62, 91,

92, 172, 259, 287,302,
Macclesfield, some account of 230

318, 319, 382, 340,
Earl of, devoted himself to

342, Advert. 26
prayer

243

Minister, prime, presents to many live
Maclaurin, on the Prophecies, quoted ings

146
115 Mirandula, Picus, a great lover of the
Madrid, superstitious state of 167, 168

bible

237
Magazine, Gentleman's, records the

advice of, to his ne.
death of an atheist

247

phew 312, 313
Mahomet and the Pope rose the same

Mirabeau, Mons. affecting death of
year
159, 160

248, 249
Mahometans, number of, in the world Missions, carried on chiefly by the poor

Advert. 22.
271
Maintenon, Madame de, experience of

some account of 271-273

244 Montesquieu, Mons. quotations from
Mainwaring, Rev. John, on the gran-

198, 320
deur of scripture

260 Monastries, curious preamble to stacute
Malachi, fine passage of, on religious

for abolishing

94
conversation
Advert. 26.

value of, when abolished
"Man of Fashion, character of 98, 99

93, 94
Manchester, some account of 229

Monopolizers of livings, infidels in dis-
Manufacturers, 200,000, always drink

guise

324
ing

265 Moore, Dr. John, on the manners of
Marlborough, James, Earl of, penitent

Italy

167
letter of

43

Moore, Miss Hannah, quotations from
Markham, Rey. G. smartly treated by

253, 270, 294
the Quakers

158

an ornament to
Mason, Sir John, dying declaration of

her sex, and a
42, 43

blessing to her
· Maurice, Rev. Mr. neglected by his

country 314
superiors 149

Moses, character of, vindicated 183
quotation from

books of, authentic and genuine
Ibid.

184
Mazarine, Cardinal, dying lamentation

confirmed by the his-
of

43

tory of the East In-
Mede, Joseph, on the cruelty of the

dies
Catholics

158

Musculus, soliloquy of, before death
Mediatorship of Christ, doctrine of

279
183, 184 Mutineers, some account of Pretio
Melancthon, a persecutor

214
Men, black, no valid objection to

1
scripture

*N.

196
Messiah, divine mission of, proved
105-126 Nantz, murders at

226

187, 188

332

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son

Naples superstition of Page 189: Owen, Dr. John, an early advocate for?
Nations, of Canaan, destruction of the, toleration

Page 153
vindicated

186 Oxenstiern, Chancellor, found rest in!
of Europe; already subverted the bible alone

52
169, 170
Nature, volume of, to be studied 317,

P.
318

?
Nelson, Admiral Lord, piety of, Advert.

Pagans, number of, in the world 271

22, 304
Newcome, Archbisbop, high opinion

Paine, 'Thomas, opinion of, on the gos-
of, on the Scriprures

pel

189
an high literary character

illiterate and immoral 03, 298

on national churches

83
Newport, Hon. Fran. miserable end of

Age of Reason of, quotation -
from

137
10
Newton, Sir Isaac, painfulaffliction and

challenged to produce morals
patience of

11
equal to the New Testament

298
fine anecdote of

06
on the prophecies

on nasional Popes

147-
161
accounted the bible the most

a man of some natural talents
sublime philosophy, 237
entertained an awful sense of

an ignorant and malignant per-
God

200, 201
178
found the strongest marks of

insolently attacks the clergy on

200-202
truth in the bible

their learning

299
Newton, Bishop, Dissertations of, re-

37 objections of to the scrip-
commended

202---208
183

ture, answered
on the eternity of future

specimens of the insolence of

208-210
y misery

189
on the rich endowments of

jests of Solomon recommended

to
the church

256, 257
328
on our national iniquities 327

persuasion of, that he was right,
Newton, Rev. John, wickedness and

no proof

- 266, 267
conversion of

Paley, Rev. William, on subscription
30

336
Nineveh, prophecies concerning, con-
clusive

teaches prevarication 177

104
Nobleman, affecting leiter from a

account of the Methodists by

Addenda
46-49
· mortifying declaration of a

Parishes in England and Wales,
l'arsons, of all descriptions, too papis-
tical

82, 83
Paris, murders at

226
O.

Paschal, spent his whole time in prayer:
and the bible

50, 51
Objections, to the scriptures, with an- Patronage of livings, brief view of 146

182-200

sad abuses of the 153, 1541
some of the lesser, to the Patrick, Bishop, endeavoured at a re-
comnion prayer
157 formation

,143
Okely, Dr. recants his deisiçal princi- Paul, St. triumphant death of 20
ples

- 299, 300 Father, a great student in the
Oldys, Fran. writes the life of'l. Paine

scriptures

291
299

Persecution, a sure mark of Antichrist
Oliver, Dr. conversion and death of 31
Olympia, F. M. joyiul death of 51

sketch of, in England 213,
Oxford, Earl of, an infidel and hypo-

214, 2311
crite

221 Peter, St. a curious anecdote of 89
Orleans, Duke of, declares in favour of Peterborougi', Lord, kulogium of, ont
piety
52 Fenelon

803
Ormonde, Duke of, eminent for devo. Philosophers, French, of various sentje
tion

ments

274
Orrery, Earl of, a firm believer 237

very common
Ostervald, attributes great blame to the

232, 233
* clergy

74 Pomfrei's Poems, quotation from 316

244

swers

213

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