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Propertius, quotation from,
Prussia, Frederic, King of, egregiously mistaken,
Psalmist, a great admirer of the law of Moses,
Puritans, History of, by Neal, recommended,
Pythagoras, excellent precept of,

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Quadrupeds, species of,

325

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Raleigh, Sir Walter, dying advice of,

310
Rank, men of, sometimes the pest of a neighbourhood, 177
Reasons, the Author's, for resignation,

339, 351
Rectories, number of,

75
Reformation, prevented the clergy from amassing the wealth of
Europe,

168
of England, essential to the salvation of the coun-
try,

139, 150
attended with some danger,

176, 177
nature of that contended for,

329, 338
Rcformers, excellent men, and noble examples,

145, 146
Religion, short sketch of,

3, 4
happiness of,

307, 308
singularity in, no disgrace,

308, 310
the highest honour,

Ibid.
alone, can make us happy,

250
attended with safety,

178, 180
Religions, of the world, should be compared,

276
Renity, Mons. de, read three chapters daily on his knees, 289
Repentance, death-bed, very dangerous,

41
Reyner, a bankrupt, afterwards honourably paid his debts, 330
Ridley, Bishop, able to repeat much of the bible,

297
Rittenhouse, David, a philosopher, yet a believer,

302, 303
Robertson, Dr. opinion of, on Christianity,

5
sermon of, recommended,

324
Robinson, Dr. a great admirer of the bible,

242
Robison's Proofs of a Conspiracy,

335
Robert, King of Sicily, preferred his bible to his kingdom, 241
Rochester, Earl of, conversion and wicked jess of,
Bishop of, against all reform,

89
Rome, destruction of, predicted,

136, 137
Romaine, Rev. William, read nothing but; the bible for 30 years,

300
glorious death of,

61
Roscommon, Earl of, passage from, applied to the bible, 268
Rowe; Nic. Esq. died in the faith,

269
Rousseau,
246, 248
South, Dr. two declarations of,

35, 38

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Rousseau, extraordinary life and death of, 28, 31, 273

fine quotation from, on the Gospels, 186, 187, 243
Rush, Dr. a philosopher, yet a Christian,

302, 303
Russel, Lord, happy death of,

56

S.
Sabbath, profaned, and lost,

227
Salmasius, dying lamentation of,

45
Saville, Sir George, some account of,

66
Scaliger, a fine stanza, admired by,

314
Scarlett, New Testament of, for universal restitution, 195
Scott, Rey. Thomas, conversion of,

39
answer of, to T. Paine, quotation from,

185, 186
Scotland, kirk of, some account of,

78
shipping of,

236
Scriptures, law against their being read,

299
Selden, John, dying declaration of,

57, 243
Seneca, fine passage from, on Cato,

313
Servin, the atheist, life and death of,

9
Servan, Mons. noble death of,

231
Shakespeare's account of purgatory,

26
quotations from,

92, 177, 256, 274
Sheffield, Duke of Bucks, lines on the death of,

50
Sherlock, Bishop, quotations from,

Pref. 9
a fine passage from,

252
Sermons of, recommended,

275
a passage from, on the Atonement, 122
Dr. on the Test Act,

156
on Divine Providence, recommended,

199
Shepherd, of Salisbury Plain, read his bible daily for 30 years,

301
Sidney, Sir Philip, dying advice of,

290
Slavery, in ancient times, common and cruel,

170
Slave trade, in England, inexcusableness of,

169, 171
Socrates, short account of,

8, 261
Societies, for promoting religion,

278, 279
Solomon, sermon and experience of,

270, 336
· Spain, King of, penitent lamentation from,

47
Spaniards, horrible cruelty of, in America,

169
Spencer, Edmund, fine sentiments of,

320, 321
Spectator, No. 237, on Providence,

199
Spinosa, died an atheist,

273, 274
Spirit, Holy, operation of, defended by Bishop Pearson, 315
Stars, number of, discoverable,

325
Stackhouse, Rev. T. on the objections to the bible, 201
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Steel,

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Steel, Sir Richard, on the death of three infidels,

50
greatly delighted with the scriptures,

262, S01
Christian Hero of, recommended,

310
Sterne, Lawrence, Sermon of, on Conscience,

273
curious dissolution of,

103
Stillingfleet, Bishop, endeavours reformation,

147
Origines Sacræ of, strongly recommended, 304
Struensee, Count, conversion of,

39
Subscription, to the 39 Articles, a great hardship, 153, 161
when we go to College, very wrong,

154
does a Bishop in England believe fully his own
subscription?

162
Susannah, Countess of Suffolk, read the bible over twice a year,

299
Swendenborgh, strange errors of,

218
letter in defence of, fallacious,

Ibid,
Switzerland, overthrow of,

229

T.
Tacitus, on the three States in a Government,
Taylor, Bishop, a rare character,
Temple, Sir William, Burnet's account of,
Tennison, Archbishop, endeavoured reformation,
Testimonies, Heathen, to the birth of Christ,
Theology, difficulties in,
Thomson, James, quotation from,
Tillotson, Archbishop, quotation from,

endeavoured reformation,
on the eternity of future misery,

reprobates the Athanasian creed,
Tithes, originally a usurpation,
Toleration, unknown for many ages,

clergy often unfriendly to,
Toklet, an apostate priest, a blood-hound,
Toplady, triumphant death of,
Tribes, ten of the Jews, now in the East,
Tronchin, Dr. confirms the bad end of Voltaire,
Turk, fall of,
Turreau's history of the Vendean war,
Tyre, prophecies concerning, conclusive,

224
88
66

147
109, 110

103
327
123
147
194
346
156

157
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224
284, 285

193

16

331
229
108

U.
Unbelievers, creed of,
Universities, English, income of,
Urick, John, great diligence of, in prayar,
Usher, Archbishop, a walking library,

100
76
44

88

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V.
Vanderkemp, Dr. converted from deism,
Vegetables, species of,
Vendee, La, murders in,
Vial, the seventh, now pouring out,
Vico, Marquis of, like unto Moses,
Vicarages, in England and Wales;
Villages, of England,
Visague, Madame de, barbarously treated,
Voltaire, unhappy end of, at some length,

lived laughing, but how did he die?
dark picture of the present state of man by;

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232
165
347

75
334

223
12, 16

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Wakefield, Mr. on Dishop Watson's Address,

233
Evidences of Christianity by, recommended, 189
on National Churches,

340
Waller, Sir William, eminent for piety,

3
Walker, Rev. Samuel, transporting death of,

59, 60
Walsingham, serious reproof of,

253
War, authors on the causes of the present,

74, 75
Washington, General, a serious Christian,

69.
Watts, Dr. dependance of, on the promises of God, 206
quotations from,

6, 203, 204, 259
Watson, Bishop, quotations from, 7, 68, 69, 183, 253, 256, 257
entertains objections to the church,

162
on the mysterious doctrines of religion, 198, 199
apologies of, recommended,

Pref. 17, 18
West, Gilbert, Esq. conversion of,

32, 33
Wesley, Rev. John, spent his whole life in doing good, 302
comfortable death of,

284
Wesley, Rev. Charles, quotations from,

109, 148, 179, 273
Whiston, Williain, reasons of, for the truth of the bible, 184,

185
anecdotes concerning,

153, 154, 342- Advert. 24
Whitefield, Rev. George, anecdote concerning,

833
Wilson, Bishop, declines his seat in the House of Lords, 80, 194
Works of, recommended,

194
Wilson, Captain, some account of the conversion and voyage
of,

279, 307
Wilberforce, Wm. Esq. an able advocate for religion, 391, 322,

240
Williams, William, wickedness and death of,

255
William III. constant in prayer and reading the bible,

244
Willis, Henry, a farmer, read the bible eight times over, 301

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Witsius,

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Witsius, Herman, intimately acquainted with the bible, 299
Wolsey, Cardinal, affecting declaration of,

249
a tyrant over the church,

151
Women, number of, murdered in France,

232
Word of God, what meant by the,

187
Worms, species of, what number of,

325
World, depraved state of the, before Christ,

259, 261
men of the, ill judges of what is pleasing to God, Advert.

24, 25
inhabitants of the, how many,

277
Worlding, death of,

Advert. 25
Wotton, Sir Henry, a devout reader of the bible,

298

Y.
Yorke, Henry Redhead, Esq. views of, changed in prison, 307
Young, Dr. quotations from, 4, 167, 178, 179, 244, 249, 270,

272, 302, 304, 317

Z.
Zealots, in religion, causes of infidelity,
Zuinger, Theodore, soliloquy of, at death,

73

285, 286

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