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Abolition of the British Slave Anecdote of Sir R. Steele 469
of Mons. Foscue 557
Academy of Arts and Sciences,
of the divinity of
Account of the Death of Lady Annual Report of the Hampshire
54 Missionary Society
Account of the Origin and Prog- Answer to a question concerning
ress of the Mission to the Cher-
okee Indians, in a Series of Answer to Interesting Queries 162
Letters to Rev. Dr. Morse 39, 84, Appendix from Dr. C. Mather's
322, 416, 475, 567 Election Sermon of May 29,
Account of the Meeting of the 1700
General Association of Massa- Atonement, the Doctrine of 114, 155
Account of an Act of Parliament
for the Abolition of the Slave
Account of Rev. Dr. Gillies 292 Baptist Missionary Society, Ex-
of the Pious Negro tracts from their periodical Ac.
of John Norton, the In- Baxter's Catalogue of seasonable
dian Translator 323 good Works
of the British Settle- Belden, Rev. J. Installation of 192
ment in New South Beza's Lines on Calvin
365 Bidwell, Mrs. Character of 479
of Middlebury College, Biography 1, 49, 97, 145, 193, 241
289, 337, 385, 433, 481 537
of the Roman Catholic Biographical Sketch of Richard
Syrians in India 522 Devens, Esq.
of latin Roman Catho. Bishop of London's Donation . 334
523 Blackburn's, Rev. Mr. Letters to
of a Religious Society Dr. Morse 39, 84, 322, 416, 475,567
in New York
420 “Black Hole” at Calcutta, AC-
of the “ Black Hole” at
426 Boerhave, Anecdote of : 270
Accountability of Men for their Bradley, Mr. Epitaph on his
440 Three Daughters
Address of the Council of Cen. Brief Review of the Principal
sors of the State of Vermont 265 Controversies amongst Pro-
Address to the Churches and testants, with Remarks on the
Congregations of Vermont 380 Progress of Religion
Address to Content
288 Brief account of the British and
to Sleepers in the House Foreign Bible Society
. 317 Britain, Great Relig. Intel. 91, 139,533
Africa, Religious Intel. from 278
Lit. and Philo. Intel. 334
275 British and Foreign Bible Socie-
139, 232, 333
Anecdote of the late King of British Settlement in New South
Anecdote of Thomas Doolittle 214 British Slave Trade, Abolition of 274
of Rev. Mr. Jay ib. Brown, Rev. J. Extracts respect-
of a Sailor
of Justice Hale 269 Buchanan's, Rev. D. Tour into
the interior of India to inquire
of M. W
into the state of the Syrian