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Hell, heathen description of
Henry, dying declaration of
Heroism, wherein it consists
Hervey, death of

answer of to Bolingbroke

spent his last days in praying over the Bible
Herschel, vast discoveries of
Hesiod, sentiment from
Hill, apology of
Hoadly wished much for a reformation
Hobbes' life and death
Hobart, Lady Frances, read the Bible daily
Holidays, worse than useless
Homilies, opposed to the revolution

recommended by Horsley
Hinchcliffe, ron-residence of
Horace, quotation from
Horne, on the iniquity of the country

quotation from
Houses, religious, suppressed by Henry VIH.
Howard, a serious believer
Hume, merry death of

an advocate for adultery and suicide
authors who have opposed

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Ignorance of the middle ages
Infidel, enthusiastic, curious account of an
Infidelity, owing to the bishops and clergy

spread of, predicted by Newton
danger of
books against
spreading rapidly

cause of
Infidels in France spent large sums to spread their principles
Infidels and wicked christians much alike

very unhappy and self-condemned
Insects, species of
Ireland, state of
Israel, prophecies concerning, conclusive
Italy, a store-house of fire

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James I, a superstitious bigot
Janeway, triumphant death of

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Jenyns, conversion of

49
Jerusalem, prophecies concerning, conclusive,

125
Jerome, directions of, to read the Scriptures

304
Jesus and his apostles surpassed all the ancients

207
Jewel wished for further reformation

166
says Elizabeth refused to be the head of the church 171
Jews, present state of the, a full proof of religion

125
number of, in the world

287
Johnson exhorted Reynolds to read the Bible

62, 300
suffered by neglecting the Bible

300
on the death of Hume

33
a good judge of fine writing

300
convinced by reading Law's Serious Call

300
death of

61
Jones an unbeliever and convinced

72
sentiments of on the Bible.'

72
pious death of

73
Jones on the divine Canon, recommended

122
Josephus on the wickedness of the Jews

187
Judah, prophecies concerning conclusive

125

K

Kelsey resigned a rectory of 2001. a year
Kempis famous for a devout spirit
Kett's Lectures recommended
Kidder endeavoured to procure reformation
Kilham, societies of
King of England absolute in the church
Kingdoms, ten, all to fall at the end of the 1260 years

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330
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Ladies present to church livings

170
who loved and read the Bible

309
Laity, called to defend religion

247
Latimer on unpreaching prelates

109
Lavater, predicts the general spread of infidelity

322
- a firm believer in Christ

322
Law, a monopolizer of preferment

95
dying speech of William

200
Serious Call of, recommended by Johnson and Gibbon 300
Laws, need improvement

160
Le Clerc, on the authenticity of the books of Moses 211
a great admirer of the gospels

310
Lee, exécution and penitence of

55
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Leechman, dying advice of

73
Leighton, character of

106
Leland, death of

71
Leslie's works against infidelity recommended

127
Lewis XIV. an admirer of the Bible

252
Lindsey, resignation of

161
Lyttleton, conversion of

48
Livings, church, account of

92
Locke, anecdote of

17
an advocate for toleration

178
on the morality of the gospel

271
declaration of, on the New Testament

321
death of

322
London, bishop of, an exception to most other prelates 109
Longinus praises Moses and Paul

276
Lord's Prayer, the frequent repetition of, wrong

: 182
Louis, opinion of, in favour of piety

72
Luc, M. de, confirms the bad end of Voltaire

32

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Macclesfield devoted himself to prayer
Maclaurin on the Prophecies quoted
Madrid, superstitious state of
Mohammed and the Pope rose the same year
Mohammedans, number of in the world
Maintenon, Madame of, experience of
Mainwaring on the grandeur of Scripture
Malachi, on religious conversation
Man of fashion, character of
Manufacturers, 200,000, always drinking
Marlborough, letter of
Mason, dying declaration of
Maurice, neglected by his superiors

quotation from
Mazarine, dying lamentation of
Mede, on the cruelty of the Papists
Mediatorship of Christ, doctrine of
Melancthon, a persecutor
Men, black, no objection to Scripture
Messiah, divine mission of proved
Methodist. a term of reproach for religious people
Methodists, number of

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185, 341

287
257
275

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281
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242

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125-149

102

making great exertions
increasing
how to check the
account of by Cecil

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Mexico, archbishop of, revenue of the

189
Mill on the variations in the New Testament

215
Milton; a champion for toleration

178
a devout admirer of the Bible

250
quotations from 82. 112, 274, 303, 319, 334, 355, 359, 361
Minister, prime, presents to many livings

170
Mirandola, a great lover of the Bible

249
advice of, to his nephew

330
Mirabeau, death of

262
Missions, supported by the poor

13
account of

288
Montesquieu, quotations from

224, 346
Monopolizers of livings, disguised infidels

342
More, quotations from

267, 268, 286
an ornament to her sex

331
Moses, character of vindicated

211
books of, authentic and genuine

211
confirmed by the history of the East Indies

213
Musculus, soliloquy of, before death

295

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Naples, superstition of

193
Nations of Canaan, destruction of the, vindicated

213
Nature's volume should be studied

334
Newcombe's opinion of the Scriptures

215
literary character

104
Newport, end of

28
Newton, affliction and patience of

29
anecdote of

87
Newton accounted the Bible to be the most sublime philo-
sophy

258
entertained an awful sense of God

205
found the strongest mark of truth in the Bible 316
dissertations of, recommended

209
on the endowments of the church

346
on our national iniquities

344
wickedness and conversion

49
Nineveh, prophecies concerning, conclusive

125
Nobleman, letter of a

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declaration of a

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Objections to the Scriptures answered
Okely recants his deistical principles
Oliver, conversion and death of

161-181

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Olympia, death of

72
Oxford, an infidel and hypocrite

248
Ormonde eminent for devotion

20
Orrery a firm believer

2.50
Ostervald blames the clergy

95
Owen an advocate for toleration

178
Oxenstiern rests in the Bible

73
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Pagans, number of in the world

287
Paine's opinion of the gospel

22
illiterate and immoral

85
-on national churches

349
· Age of Reason quoted

162
challenged to produce morals equal to the New
Testament

315
on national popes

172
a man of natural talents

226
ignorant and malignant

226
attacks the clergy on their learning

227
his character

228
objections to the Scripture answered

229-237
insolence

235
jests of Solomon recommended to

271
- persuasion that he is right no proof

282
Paley on subscription

354
account of the Methodists by

93
Papists present to church livings

170
cruelty of

188
number of in the world

287
Parishes in England and Wales

91
Parsons too papistical

104
Pascal reads the Bible with prayer

71
Patronage of livings, view of

173
abuses of

179
Patrick tried a reformation

167
Paul, death of

38
Father, a great student of the Scriptures

308
Persecution a mark of Antichrist

241
sketch of in England

241, 242, 243
Peter, anecdote of

109
Peterborough’s eulogium on Fenelon

320
Philosophers, of various sentiments

289
Plato, fine saying of

270
Pluralities of livings, very common

245
Poinfret, quotation from

334
Pococke's character, by Locke

107

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