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low and malicious only worthy of contempt.
dies, and an interesting account of the accident which led him to
devote his attention to the instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.
soon after the appearance of his Life of Colonel Gardiner.
the Dissenters within the pale of the Established Church.
feelings, in religious matters.
of the Odes of Pindar;" the advantages, and duty, of religious candour.
A curious case of mental delusion, &c.
July 30. To Mrs. Doddridge ....
An alarming accident, &c.
Aug. 4. To Mrs. Doddridge
Relative to an important conversation with Archbishop Herring.
of the Family Expositor.
Remarks on the character of Dr. Watts ; his moderation, &c.
Dec. 31. From the Rev. Nathaniel Lardner, D. D. .... 98
On various readings of certain passages in the New Testament.
Jan. 7. From the Rev. J. Barker ....
Important opinion as to the authority of a Pastor in dispensing the
elements at the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
Feb. 8. From Nathaniel Neal, Esq.
A list of the Manuscripts left by Dr. Watts.
Feb. 9. From the Rev. R. Pearsall...
On the great success of Dr. Doddridge as a preacher and practical
March 1. To the Rev. Samuel Clark, D. D.....
Speaks of having been imposed upon ; literary remarks, &c.
March 5. From Nathaniel Neal, Esq.....
Observations on Dr. Watts's “Improvement of the Mind :” notice
of an earthquake, &c.
March 20. From the Rev. Samuel Wood, D.D.
Counsel under religious despondency.
April 29. From Henry Cotton, M. D.....
Devotional sentiments under the pressure of domestic sorrow.
Relates the circumstance of Mr. Whitfield's having preached at her
house before many of the nobility.
Feb. 13. From Henry Baker, Esq. F.R.S.
Interesting particulars of the effects in London of the Earthquake
which had then recently occurred.
March 24. From the Bishop of London ....
The great importance of Christianity in a civil point of view.
April 11. From Nathaniel Neal, Esq....
May 10. From Nathaniel Neal, Esq.
An important hint relative to the education of dissenting ministers.