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CHRIST, not the son of David, in conviction, but to the opera-
tions of the Holy Spirit, 401.
his horrid character, and ex. vy, one cause of the Sea scure
pulsion from the throne, 360. vy, 98. Other ill cffets of,
ble to the centure of całumny CUMBERLAND, Duke of his
odious, 32. Stiled True Deilin, production in Scotland, similar
Imprudent manner in to the Giant's Cauleway in Ire-
of Memorials and Letters, in
Dan, the Founder of the Danish
land, charged with mani elting David, King of Israel, his rė.
bellious intention in seizing
Keilah, 58. His motive for
bcaring difpofition, 498. Af- Main censured, 59. His con-
fronts the great Bacon, ib. duct toward King Achish con-
for Trinity-Sunday, 304. toward the Amalekites, ib. His
of the argument in defence of cufable, 62. Other enormous
and manner applauded, 303. more proper term in the church-
Specimen of a new form, ib. service than Abfolution, 305.
fidered, 105. Examples of be used, instead of the old
DE!SM, confidered as only oppo-
tinct terms, 13. This position
Deist, originaily an honourable
term calculated to millead un-
wary minds, ib
Deift however aspersed, not far EDUCATION, the importance of
rents, 259. The worst in the
world that, which keeps a child
its Tutor and its own, 347.
dern Universal History, 559. not to gain time, but to lose it,
secter, by an enemy, 467. to be rejected, 344.
ELLIS, Mr. his account of an
Those of Ly. ELOQUENCE, congenial and es.
bitrary and local, ib. Not to
beneat of blisters in inconii.
efficacy in other disorders, 196. Proper marks for, wanted in
ENGLISH, a frce nation only dur-
Ezra, Aben, miltaken in hie
FERRERS, Earl of, two quellions
E ARTs, its use in vegetation;
put to the Judges at his trial,
.. Analytical paraplısale on commended, 49. His Amelia
His Covent Illustrated by the Gothic me-
towards despotism, 469.
Jts use and effect in vegeta- 370. Counterfeit pretensions
to Grace unmasked, 407.
ments for checking the too lox. generally neglected, 38. Ule.
fulness of this Audy, 39.
Ading, King of Denmark,
mended, 140. His censure of with Hunding, King of Swe-
notions of his, repugnant to
Revolution principles, correct-
large ftone voided through the translation of Xenophon's Mi-
morabilia, 176. Author of
Spring, a dramatic paftoral,
of the Urtica Marina, 329. Head-Ach, removed by Æther,
dern Universal History, 413. HEARNE, Thomas, Epigram on
Fanaticism reigning there, ibid.'
HEATHCOTE, Mr. his patriot-
His noble de. HEBERDEN, Dr. his account of
oflification of the muscles, 422.
the connection between virtue little regard paid to Truth, by
HISTORIANs, uncertainty of their
culties in the confideration of, HISTORIES of Kings and King-
Tue, 371. In the inspira- INGHAM, Mr. his account of the
ment, Bishop of Gloucelter's
Lord,' ascertained, ib.
dying charge to his son, 359.
two remarkable medical cales,
mal to degenerate from the ISAIAH, why itiled the Evangeli-
Accounted cal Prophet, 2.
ITALY, History of, in the Mo-
AIXGs, made for mankind, not
Emphysema, of a monstrous KIRKLAND, Mr. his account of
LANGUAGE, with respect to
found, confidered, 21. In-
beally Monarch, 493• Con- LANGUAGES, ancient, defects of,
LAUDE, M. de la, his apology,
the original Greek of the New of Sir Isaac Newton, 226.
be too watch fully guarded, ib.
Religious, a fierted,
and recommended, 364. Con. method of preventing it, im-
fed by the Reviewers, 147.
tion concerning its nature, and the Baptist, and Chrift, 2.
popith book, its abominable
scheme for a reformation of, rities in it, 476.
thoughts, 489. Some of them
from fimilies and allegories,
Should never be hunted
ent musical inftrument, 243, sentation of his inoral and sci-
entific character, 271.
lachi, who, ascertained, 2.
concerning the gift of tongues
Of the His notion of the inspired lan-
examined, 374. He foretells
ciples displayed and condemn- Itament writings, from the bar-
works allowed, where due, 17o. eartbquake at Lisbon, 331.
a dropsical case, 193. Of a re- Cross i'arish Regiller, 425.
part of the thigh-bone, ib. an uncommon discasc, 423.
obfervations on, 420.
MOTHERS, importance of their