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CHAPTER VII.

Page. The Se

pore Controversy-Mr. Hall's settlement in BristolDissenters' Ordination-Catholic Emancipation - The Reform

1 Bill (1827–1832)

LETTERS.

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141. To J. B. Williams, Esq. The Life of Philip Henry
142. To John Easthope, Esq., M.P. Canning--Catholic Emancipa-

tion
143. To the Rev. Josiah Hill
144. To John Purser, Sen., Esq.
145. To the Rev. Josiah Hill.
146. To Benjamin Stokes, Esq. Instance of sudden death-Dr.

Marshman
147. To the Rev. Josiah Hill .
148. To John Purser, Jun., Esq. Domestic changes— The Serampore

missionaries
149. To the Rev. Josiah Hill
150. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On the death of Mrs. Hill
151. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On the same
152. To John Easthopé, Esq. Catholic Emancipation
153. To B. Stokes, Esq. Serampore
154. To B. Stokes, Esq. Reasons for declining to preach at Wor-

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Fage. 155. To John Purser, Jun., Esq. On Dr. Marshman-Duke of Wellington's policy towards Ireland

51 156. To Dr. Stenson

57 157. To the Rev. John Fawcett

60 158. To B. Stokes, Esq. Death of Dr. Okely-Dr. Chalmers's visit to Ireland

62 159. To John Purser, Esq. Death of Mr. Purser. Sen.-State of Ireland --O'Connell

65 160. To John Purser, Esq.

68 161. To the Rev. Josiah Hill

70 162. To the Rev. John Fawcett

72 163. To John Purser, Esq. 164. To the Rev. Josiah Hill

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CHAPTER VIII,

Illness and death of Mrs. Foster—Mr. Anderson-Journey to Wales

-Mr. Hughes-Rammohunroy—Eclectic Review--Mr. Faw-
cett (1832–1838)

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165. To the Rev. Thomas Coles. Mrs. Foster's funeral

100 166. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. Coincidence in their domestic trials 201 167. To the Rev. John Fawcett. Character of Mrs. Foster

102 168. To the Rev.Josiah Hill. Reflections on Mrs. Foster's decease 103 169. To Sir J. Easthope, Bart. Ireland—Church reform-Religious admonitions

106 170. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On religious assurance as held by the Methodists

108 171. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. Brucker's Historia Philosophic Hades

108 172. To Mrs. Anderson. On Mr. Anderson's death

111 173. To the Rev. Joseph Hughes. A farewell letter, written shortly before Mr H.'s death

111 174. To the Rev. Dr. Carpenter. On the opinions of the Rajah Rammohunroy

114 175. To Miss Sheppard (Northampton)

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Page 176. To John Sheppard, Esq. On poetry—The intermediate state 118 177. To the Rev. Dr. Leifchild. Character of Mr. Hughes

120 178. To the Rev. Josiah Hill

122 179. To the Rev. Thomas Coles. On the death of his daughter 123 180. To the Rev. John Fawcett

125 181. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. Politics—The Watchman

127 182. To H. Horsfall, Esq.

128 183. To John Easthope, Esq. The Morning Chronicle— Popery 130 184. To John Easthope, Esq.

131 185. To B. Stokes, Esq.

133 186. To John Easthope, Esq.

134 187. To the Rev. Josiah Hill

135 188. To John Purser, Esq.

137 189. To Mrs. Stokes 190. To J. Wade, Esq. Universal Suffrage

142 191. To the Rev. Josiah Hill

142 192. To the Rev Josiah Hill

144 193. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On the duty of Christians in reference to public affairs

145 194. To J. Purser, Jun., Esq.

146 195. To the Rev. John Fawcett

149 196. To B. Stokes, Esq.

152 197. To the Rey, Josiah Hill

153 198. To B. Stokes, Esq.

154 199. To James Fawcett, Esq. On the death of the Rev. John Fawcett

155 200. To the Rev. Dr. Price. n Judge Durfee's Poem “ What Cheer ?

156 201. To the Rev. Thomas Coles 202. To Dr. Stenson. Michelet's Life of Luther

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CHAPTER IX.

Last Review - Letter to Mr. Greaves—Visit to Bourton in 1840

Death of Mr. Coles— Visit to London in 1841-Illness—Last
Visit to Bourton in 1842–The Chartists and the Anti-Corn-
Law League-National Education—Last illness and death
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203. To Mrs. Stokes. On the death of Mr. Stokes
204. To the Rev. R. Elton, D.D., of Brown's University, Rhode

Island, U.S.
205. To the Rev. F. Clowes. On the Intermediate State
206. To the Rev. Thomas Coles. On his son's death
206.*To the Rev. Josiah Hill. National Education, Ireland
207. To the Rev. Robert Ainslie. On Socialist publications
208. To J. Purser, Esq. O'Connell—Oxford Tracts
209. To Sir C. E. Smith, Bart. On the Established Church and

Dissenters 210. To Sir C. E. Smith, Bart. The Nonintrusionists in Scotland

Dr. Arnold's Letters - The Reform Bill —Church Rates 211. To James Fawcett, Esq. On the character of the late Dr.

Fawcett 212. To the Rev. Josiah Hill 213. To the Rev. B. S. Hall 214. To the Rev. W. Peachey. On the Millennium 215. To John Purser, Esq. 216. To Mrs. Stokes 217. To the Editor 218. To the Editor 219. To the Rev. Edward White. On the Duration of Future

Punishments 220. To Joseph Cottle, Esq. 221. To the Rev. T. Grinfield, M.A. Woollett's engravings 222. To John Purser, Esq. 223. To the Rev. Josiah Hill. On the death of Mr. Wade 224. To the Rev. Dr. Harris. Observations on his “Great Com

mission ”_On the process of Christianity and missionary

undertakings 225. To Mr. John Foster 226. To the Rev. Thomas Grinfield, M.A. Dissentions in the

Established Church-Defective attention to Christian morals

in the preaching of the Evangelical clergy 227. To the Rev. Josiah Hill *28. To W.L. R. Cates, Esq.

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