The Sunday School Repository, Or, Teachers' Magazine, 1. köide,8. number

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W. Kent, 1813

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Contents

Southwark Auxiliary Sunday School Union
475
Hints on the Establishment and Regulation of Sunday Schools
1
Letters from the Bishops of Salisbury and Landaff in com
6
On Scriptural Catechizing
8
Annual Report of the Stockport Sunday School
14
On Sunday Schools in Country Villages
22
Extract from the Bath Gazette
30
Quarterly Report of the West Kent Sunday School Union
38
POETRY
51
THE Sunday School Teachers prayer for his Papils
61
TEACHERS MAGAZINE
98
Harrington Sunday School Union
98
Letter to the Editor
102
Southwark Auxiliary Sunday School Union 43
108
Report of the Sion Chapel Sunday Schools 113
113
Extracts from the Report of the Sunday School Union
118
Sunday Schools for Adults
119
On the Origin of Sunday Schools
121
Origin Progress and Present State of the Edinburgh Gratis Sab
125
Obituary of Mr Charles Norman late Superintendent of the 47
128
Annual Report of the Sunday School Union for 1819
133
Letter from the Nottingham Ditto
140
Annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union
142
An account of the Stockport Sunday School continued
147
Extract from the Eighteenth Report of the Edinburgh Sabbath
148
On the nature of Prayer in Sunday Schools
155
Proceedings of the annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union 159 178
159
On Scriptural Questions
161
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meetings of the Sunday School
171
Annual Sermon to the Meinbers of the Sunday School Union brief Minutes of rief
179
The Teachers Invitation
185
Meeting of the Portsea Sunday Schools
187
A Short Account of the Life and Death of Ellen Tildsley
189
POETRY
191
Plan of Monitors adapted to Sunday Schools 195
197
Minutes taken at the Quarterly Meetings of the Sunday School 198 Uviou continued
202
Schools
203
The situation of the uneducated Labourer
209
Review of Memoirs of the Stockport Sunday School
211
First Report of the Sheffield Sunday School Union
219
Sunderland Sunday School Union
225
Sunday School intelligence Roman Catholic Sunday School 55
227
An Account of the formation of the Birmingham Sunday School
229
Statement of the rise and progress of the Bristol Methodist Sunday
231
On the most necessitous Objects of Sunday Schools 78
78
Tunbridge Sunday School Union 90
90
Account of the Bristol Sunday School Union
105
Report of the Sion Chapel Sunday Schools
113
Sunday Schools for Adults
119
On the Origin of Sunday Schools
121
Origin Progress and Present State of the Edinburgh Gratis Sab
125
Annual Report of the Sunday School Union for 1815
133
Letter from the Nottingham Ditto
140
An account of the Stockport Sunday School continued
147
Proceedings of the annual Meeting of the Sunday School Union 159 178
159
Annual Sermon to the Meinbers of the Sunday School Union brief
179
The Teachers Prayer
186
Another 188
188
A Short Account of the Life and Death of Ellen Tildsley
189
Parallel between the characters of Julius C¿sar and Robert Raikës 196
196
On Prayer Meetings among Sunday School Children
202
The situation of the uneducated Labourer
209
Sanderland Sunday School Union 225
225
Statement of the rise and progress of the Bristol Methodist Sunday 231
231
The way to happiness a Hymn for Sunday School Teachers
241
The third report of the Hibernian Sunday School Society
245
Hyma for the Newcourt Sunday School Children
247
An Address to the Committee of the Bristol Society for the instruc
251
An Address to Teachers at an Anniversary Meeting
256
Letter to the Editor
257
Seggestions to Teachers on the Observance of the Sabbath and
265
Sanday School Facts and Anecdotes
271
Interesting Account of two Malefactors recently executed in in
274
Audacount of the first Anniversary of the Sheffield Sunday School
280
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293
Woolwich Sunday School Union 300
300
Hyme for the Newcourt Sunday School Children
304
Speech of Mr C N Wawn at the formation of the Newcastle
312
Anecdote of a Sunday School
320
Review of the Bristol and Nottingham Sunday School Hyma Books
326
Report of the Bath Sunday School Union
336
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341
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341
Hymn for Sunday School Teachers 424
424
day Scholars
437
On the Tendency of Sunday Schools to promote the spiritual Inte rests of the Teachers 454
454
A Systeinatic Mode of teaching Writing 462
462

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