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CAPTAIN Bligu's Voyage.
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Mutiny on board the Bounty 233 Melancholy presages of their
The Captain endeavours to re - approaching dissolution 438

cover the fhip .234 Difeover the island of Timor 439
Account of the mutineers 235 Interview with the natives 440
Cause of the mutiny 236 A most affecting scene * 439
Arrives at Tofoa

Generous hospitality of the
Interview with the natives 281 • Dutch Governor *44.
Their attempts to murder the

Capt. Bligh's reflections on their
- English ..

283

preservation : 440
Stock of provisions for a voy-

Sails for Batavia and the Cape
age of 3600 miles 284

of Good Hope
Sail for Timor

445

Arrives at Portsmouth
Pass the islands of Feejee 330

443
Pursued by Indian canoes Capt. Inglefield's narrative of i
Singular way of procuring

the loss of the Centaur 582
warmth when wet with . The ship oversets in a dreadful .
332 tempest

583
Discover new islands

Last sight of the Ville de
Suffer extreme hunger · 334 .. Paris

584
Dreadful situation of the crew 335 Various effects of despair upon
Obtain a small relief

336

- the failors .: 585
Method of diftributing their The Captain escapes in the
provision
ibid pinnance

586
Arrive at New Holland 390 Miserable circumstances of the
The effects of hunger 391 boat's crew

587
Procure fern-root and berries 392 The uarter-master perishes
Discover some of the natives 393 thro' hunger and cold ibid
Mutineer filenced

394 Miraculous Providence • 588
Sickness among the crew 395 Enter the road of Fayall ibid
Unhappy misconduct
; . MR. FLETCHER'S LETTERS. ...
To James Ireland, Efq; --- To Mr. William Perronet 150
. 1776

.-43 To James Ireland, Esq: : 194
To Rev. Charles Wesley '44 To Ditto, from Nyon---1779 193
To Rev. Vincent Perronet - To Mr. Charles Greenwood
1777

ibid To a nobleman, on the death .
To Miss Perronet

of Baron Haller

194
To James Ireland, Esq;

To Lady Mary Fitzgerald ---
Ta Mr. Greenwood

1 1781

195
To James Ireland Esq;

To Miss Perronet
To Miss Perronet

To Lady Mary Fitzgerald
To Mr. and Mrs, Greenwood 97 To the Hon. Mrs. C .
To Ditto

ibid To Lady Mary Fitzgerald ---
To Mrs. Thornton

98
782

248
To Mrs. Hughes

100 To ditto
To Ditto

145 To the Rev. Charles Wesley 250
To Lady Mary Fitzgerald 147 To Mrs. Thornton on the death
To Dr. Conyers --- 1778 148 of Mr. Greenwood 251

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To Lady Mary Fitzgerald ... To James Ireland, Erg; ibid
1783

286 To Mrs. Thornton --- 1785 343
To William Smith, Esq; 287 To Lady Mary Fitzgerald 344
To the Society in Dublin 288 To Mr. Brooke, on the pente-
To Mrs. Dolier

289 costal display of the Spi-
To Mr. Henry Brooke, on the

rit's glory
Kingdom of Christ. 1784 -- 290 To Mr. Melvill Horne 346
To Mrs. Greenwood 342 To James Ireland, Esq;

LETTER 6.
From the Rev. Mr. Whitfield 48 From ditto to ditto

204
From Mr. T. R. to Mr. Paw- From Mr. Oddy, on believers

son on San&tification 49 marrying unbelievers 251
From a pious gentleman in From ditto, on marrying with
Sweden

I one of another opinion 253
From Miss B. to Miss M. on Between two Jews in Holland,
laying claim to Christ 152 on christianity

297
From Mrs. S, to Miss M, on One of them awakened by the

exercising faith on Christ 153 conversation of a gardener 298
From Mr. R. to Mrs. R. A. 200 Happy death of the gardener 300
From Miss R. to Miss F. 201 Mrs. Doddridge's letter on the
From Mrs. S. C. to Miss

death of her husband 455
• F. M.

202 Account of the conversion of
From Miss E. H. to Miss

a French nobleman 556
T. M.

ibid Letter from Miss R. to Mr.
From Mr. M, to Mrs. P 203 Taylor

ANECDOTES.
Dr. Conder and a highway Conversion by a sermon on
man
29 the old serpent

446
Dreadful death of a vain man 256 Of Gen. Putnam and a wolf 556
A dying gentleman at Bath 286 Remarkable cure of a dropsy 562
Of Prince Henry , : 444 Remarkable cure of an Inflam.

mation in the Eyes 601
SELECT PieceS ON EXPERIMENTAL AND PRACTICAL RELIGION.
The three Principles, translated Godly sorrow defined . 71

from Mr. Fletcher 71 Confession and resolution 72
Extracts from Bishop Horne. Motives to Repentance 134
The Existence and employment Rules for the conduct of Re-
of the holy Angels :: 19 pentance .

136
Angels are glorious and happy On Christian Sobriety . 290
. .beings

20 Reflections on healing the Para-
Their benevolence and charity

lytic
• to man

21 Spiritual Palsy described : 303
They take a decided part in our Reality of an inward cure de
concerns

22 monstrated
The nature of Repentance 70 The blessing of a cheerful
Of Conviction
ibid heart

352
Chearfulnels

565

301

305

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Chearfulness a duty we owe to Meditations on the daily Proofs
our Maker'

352 of divine Providence, 143
The Atheist answered . 354 Advice to young ministers, by
Religious forrow terminates in

an aged minister . 183

355 The great end of Preaching ibid
Directions for the cure of Me- Pious affections indispensable 184
lancholy

356 Diligence in hearing enjoined 185
Infidelity the cause of anxiety 357 Right disposition under various :
How to live righteously and . Providences

186
godly in this world 485 On the utility of Rain 108
Objections of the sceptics an Dr. Doddridge's rules of con-
swered
489 duet

362
Address of the ancient Christians Thomhts on being Well dir
to the Romans 490

foel, by Mr. J. Wood" 401
Charity recommended on its

The state of Well-disposed per-
true motive .. : 552 · fons described

402
Wrong Motives delineated 553 An address to them

403
The Christian Motive is ra.

ce The general Duties of Man,
tional - pure and permanent 555.

s from the German : 457
The Happiness of doing good 608 Duty towards the Creator ibid
Man created for enjoying social Duties to ourselves .'. 459
: happiness . 609 Toward others ... 465
Impropriety of expecting foli

., Meditations on Providence re-
tary happiness

ibid. fpecting natural events 491
· The method of employing pof- . A seasonable admonition to the

feffions and talents 610 people of God. .* 455
Man must resemble his Creator 611 The Wildom of Gop displayed
And imitate his Redeemer ; 61% in the Creation

557
Meditations upon the ravages Connection between the various
wir of Winter

" 30 parts of Nature .. 558

. ..31 Duty towards weak believers
*Moral reflections on the miseries and backsliders Snie 561
of War

..MISCELLANIES.
Mr. Wood's Observations on : Revival at Birstal circuit in

the Revival in Yorkshire '139 1778, and 1979 : 411
Persecution of the Protestants, Conversion of John Webster 412
of Saltsburg

240 Fatal effects of the yellow fever
Hospitable reception of the

at New York : 445
poor emigrants in 141 Account of two malefactors
On Hair Powder ?" .

executed at Thetford 494
Method of extinguishing Fire Behaviour at the place of exe-
chimneys to

di cution .

497
Surprising effects from a con Minutes of the Conference at
“cussion of the brain 308 LONDON

507
Method of preserving eggs 309 Stations of the Preachers 509
Miraculous cure of E. Shaw Various regulations adopted 515

of a rheumatiform 409 Remarkable answer to prayer 562

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Bishop of Landaff's apology . Character of Mofes vindicated 545
i for the Bible

Account of the Sabbath 546
Destruction of the Canaanitas Excellency of the law relating
consistent with moral jul.

to rebellious Childien 546
tice

Difficult passages in Gen. 14.
Wisdom of God in selecting 14, and Gen. 36. 31, ex- .
the family of Abraham, * 459 plained

596
Genuineness and authenticity Great importance of the Book
of a book distinguished 5

of Genefis
Ancient heathens own that Jesus Conduct of Moses toward the

wrought miracles 541 Midianites justified 598
Moses proved to be the Author Execrable slander refuted 599

of the Pentateuch 543 A curious problem proposed 60
Testimony of Josephus 543 : . .

P O E TRY.
Charity and Philosophy united 50 Love of Solitude, and vanity
Verses by a young lady 51 of worldly Pleasure zis
Under a hour-glass in a grotto 52 Verses to Lady -
Confidence in the Lord 101 Spirituality of the Divine Being
A Hymn of praise : 154 by Mr. Boyse ... 362
On a young man in a consump- The Omnipresence of God,
. tion
• 155 · Ditto ,.

414
Behaviour in public worship ibid A Morning Song...: 416
On Contentment

206 Written in Sickness is' 466
Spoken at the Asylum for deaf Evening Meditations on the

and dumb children , 908 Crucifixion - Duro
Solitary opportunities ibid The Omnipotence of God,
Pfalm LXVIII. paraphrased

by Mr. Boyfeja :
• by Mr. Martindale 257 Am I of the Flock **,
On the Eternity of God, by An elegiac Canzonct, by Mre
si Mr. Boyfe . .. 309 Southwell. .

613
An acrostical Epitapha , 615
PORTRAITS IN THIS VOLUME.
Mr. Pawson's, in January. : ; Mr. Pipe's in Tuls." .'!
Mr. Hickling's, in February. Mr. John Furnels's, in August
Mr. Hanby's, in March... Mr. Clarke's, in Sept.
Mr. Rile's, in April.

Mr. Bradburn's, in O&ober.,
Mr. Mather's, in May. . Mr. Saunderson's in Nov...
Mr. Edmondson's, in June. Mr. West's, in December,

The Conclusion of Voł. XIX. 1796..
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