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NOTICES OF BOOKS, continued.
Romney's Engraving of “ the Rev. Matthew

Henry's Chapel, Chester," 1231
Rosa, the Work-Girl, 918
Rowlon's “ Widower's Counsellor,” 605
Searle's “ Companion for the Season of Mater-

nal Solicitude," 1231
Sergeant's “ Sunday-School Class,” 1022
Smith's “ Pastoral Exhortations," 494
Sorley's “ Danger of an uncertain Sound," 813
Southey's “Life of Wesley," 86
Spring's “Obligations of the World to the

Bible," 185
Staples's “Macedonia," 604
Steinmetz's “Jesuit in the Family," 391
Stirling's “Orissa," 184
Stockton's "Consolation in Life and Death,” 605
Storey's “Notes on Revelation," 182
Stroud's “Physical Cause of the Death of

Christ," 1123
Styles's Pulpit Studies," 185
Tayler's “Popery," 708
Taylor's (Emily) “Sketches of the Earth,” 86
Taylor's "Memoir of G. Waddel," 494
The Boat and the Caravan, 1231
The Christian Harp, 1239
The English Matron, 300
The excellent IVoman, 1230
The Face of the Earth, 1230
The German Reformation of the 19th Century,

498
The Launch of the Missionary Ship John

IVesley," engraving of, 88
The Life and Adventures of Zamba, 918
The Life of Cyrus, 1022
The Life of our Lord Jesus Christ, 709
The Life of Ramon Montsalvatge, 918
The Millennium, 711
The Retrospect, 708
The Seaman and his Family, 707
The Triumph of Truth, 604
Thom's “ Universal Salvation," 709
Thornley's (Margaret) “Education," 183
Timpson's “ Memoir of Mrs. Fry,” 186
Tischendorff's “ Travels in the East," 1021
Trotter's " Euclid,” 495
Twelve years ago, 707
Tyng's “ Addresses to the Aged," 186—" Re-

collections of England," 1127
Waddell's Sojourn of a Sceptic," 1020
Wardlaw's “ Divine Authority, &c., of the

Sabbath," 606
Wildenhahn's Paul Gerhardt,” 299–“ Pil-

grimage,” 707
Wilson's “ Naturalist's Poetical Companion,"

392
Works of the Puritan Divines : Thomas

Adams, 498–-Charnock, 709
Wylie's “ Scenes from the Bible," 918
Oglethorpe, General, biographic notices of, 575
Onuphre, St., impious rites of, 969
Open-air preaching, encouragement to, 860
Osmotherly, introduction of Methodism into,

139

Physicians, origin of the College of, 34
Piety, personal, Bishop Hall on, 765
POETRY.
A passing Thought on the Change of the

Sabbath-day, by Alec, 520
A Sea-side Sonnet, by Bernard Barton, 728
Christian Watchfulness, 416
Confessions of Spiritual Sin, by Alec, 104
French Revolution, and Rise of the London

Missionary Society, by Mrs. Ellis, 728
Speak gently, 832
The Bramble in Egypt, by Adeline, 208
The Memory of the Dead, by B. Barton, 1040
The Moravian Missionary, 624
The Morning, 312
The Shunammite Woman, by B. Barton, 1144
The Sky-Lark, by Mrs. Hemans, 624
The Spanish Armada, by T. Chamberlain, 312
The Voyager,

936
To a bereaved Mother, by J. Q. Adams, 104
Poor Louisa,” melancholy case of, 458
Pope Gregory XVI., presentation at the court of,

561-Pius IX., religious intolerance of, fore-

shown, 602_high mass of the, at St. Peter's, 883
Popery, self-righteousness the fundamental prin-

ciple of, 39-specimens of the impostures of, 5l-
61-its plea of antiquity examined, 66-68—the
“candle religion” of, noticed, 81–Mariolatry
of, an innovation, 84--at variance with primitive
Christianity, 84—in Continental India, view of,
198-200—works on, noticed, 186, 299, 391, 392,
495, 604, 708—displayed, in the case of Francis
Spira, 334-proceedings of, in Feejee, 403, 933,
1240; in New Zealand, mentioned, 716-recent
relic-show of, at Aix-la-Chapelle, 447-testi-
mony to the idolatry of, by a great cloud of
witnesses, 572—the seat of, why named “Ba-
bylon" in the Scriptures, 704-encouragement
of, in any plan of national education, depre-
cated, 919-gross superstition of, as exhibited
in the rites of St. Onuphre, 969—the Reforma-
tion from, in Sweden, 1027. See also Reli-

GIOUS INTELLIGENCE and VARIETIES.
Poyntz, the friend of Tyndale, mentioned, 488, 490
Prayer, turned to endless praise, 247-observa-

tions on, 1070
Preaching, remarks on, 884
Pretender, the last of the, 864
Prideaux's (Dean) “Old and New Testament

connected," character of, 692, 694
Printing, rapid diffusion of the art of, 379, 381
Providential designs, and their manifestation, 148
Punishment, future, the doctrine of, considered,

1223
Puseyism, referred to, 69, 97, 707, 716, 816, 1161

-works on, noticed, 185, 298, 392, 494, 710,
816, 1021

Paine, Thomas, account of, 150, 559
Palmyra and its ruins, visit to, 768
Parker's Bible, mentioned, 596
Pascal family, notices of the, 776, 871, 1090
Pastors, duty of people to, 880
Paul's Cross, various scenes witnessed at, 448
Perfection, Christian, observations on, 232
Philippians, St. Paul's Epistle to the, charac-

teristics of, 537

Railroads, probable effects of, in India, 1200
Raleigh, Sir Walter, visit to the garden of, 270
Rawlinson, Major, success of, in deciphering the

Persian cuneiform character, 806
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
France. Origin of the movement in Sens, 91

--The indirect influence of Methodism in

France, 194
Great Britain. Extracts from the Eighth Re-

port of the Wesleyan Committee of Edu-
cation, 187_Evangelical Alliance, 188–
Statistics of the Roman Catholic Church in
Great Britain, 191-Wesleyan toll-case, 193
-Methodist fast-day, 305-Minutes of the
Committee of Council on Education, 395—
Financial statement of the Wesleyan Mis-

SERMONS, continued.
The real and abiding Presence and Efficiency

of the Holy Ghost in the Christian Eco-

nomy, 121

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE, continued.

sionary Society, 396–Documents relative
to the Government plan of education and
the Wesleyan Methodists, 499–Revival of
religion at Truro, 607–Extract from the
Minutes of the Wesleyan Conference, 919-
The Annual Address of the Conference to
the Methodist Societies, 1022, 1129—The
Catholic Institute, the “ Tablet," and the
Association of St. Thomas of Canterbury,

1233
Ireland. The Ursuline convent in Cork, 89—

Romanism in Ireland, 301
Italy. The Jesuits in Italy, 94—Civil and re-

ligious condition of Italy, 817–Evangeliza-

tion of Italy, 1028
New Zealand. Extract from the journal of
the Rev. Walter Lawry,

714
Spain. Review of its religious and moral con-

dition, 397-State of religion in Spain, 506

-Suggestions for Missionary efforts, 712
Sweden. Extracts from Swedish letters: His-

tory of Methodism in Sweden, 820—Religion

in Sweden, 1026, 1132, 1235
Switzerland. Canton de Vaud, 399—Berne,

510-Rapid increase of the Roman Catholic

population of Geneva, 1026
Revelation, harmony of, with natural religion,

proved, 1216
REVIEWS.
Anderson's " Annals of the English Bible,"

371, 478, 589
Hamilton's “ Revealed Doctrine of Rewards

and Punishments," 1005, 1211
Maitland's Church in the Catacombs,” 66
Ryland's Life and Correspondence of John

Foster, 794
Smith's Sacred Annals,” 690, 805
Revival of religion, remarks on the, 154-account

of a, at Truro, 607; in the Friendly Islands,

1032
Rewardableness of Christian virtue, established,

1218
Rome, the Protestant burial-ground at, 786
Rossberg, fall of the, 342
Russell's (Dr.) “ Connexion of sacred and profane

History," character of, 693

Shelley, the grave of, 788
Shuckford's (Dr.) “ History of the World," cha-

racter of, 692, 694
Simplon, crossing the, 889
Sin, selfishness of, 545
Southey's “Life of Wesley,” third edition of,

noticed, 86_remarks on, from the “Cornish

Banner," 252, 343
Spira, Francis, terrible consequences of the apos-

tasy of, 334
Stael, Madame de, critique on the writings of, 261
Standards of ancient nations, description of, 17

-of the Hebrews, conjectures respecting, 19
Stations of the Wesleyan Ministers, 901
Strait gate, difficulty of finding the, 1004
Sudden death, a happy case of, 247-verses on a

case of, by Mr. Edmeston, 248-additional re-

flections on, with impromptu verses, 455
Sudor Anglicus, a visitation of, mentioned, 482
Symbols used in early Christian art, 78, 79

Sabbath, blot out the ! 61-primary institution

and design of the, 471-abolition of drilling on
the, in the Channel Islands, referred to, 499a
series of tracts on the, by Ministers of various
denominations, noticed, 606_encouraging re-
flections on the, 657—institution of the, 963-
increasing abuse of the, lamented, 1024-system-

atic desecration of, in Sweden, 1236
Sabbaths, stormy, uses and duties of, 284
Sanctification, the doctrine of, referred to, 1129
Science and religion, not hostile, 968
Scotland, history of the Bible in, 598, 600

households of, in the seventeenth century, 1178
Scriptural Essays. No. XIII. The obligation of

the believer, to walk perfectly with God, 127,

232
Sculpture, in the ancient church, and its sub-

jects, 82, 83
Sepulchral village, a, near Jerusalem, 349
SERMONS.
God's Displeasure against Sin, by the Rev. W.

Naylor, 849
Messiah's Humiliation and Triumph, by the

Rev. S. Dunn, 225
Ministerial Joy, by the Rev. J. Bedford, 1057
Noah's Ark, by the Rev. G. Leale, 745

Taverner, editor of the Bible, mentioned, 589
Ter centenary of the English Bible, referred to,

492
TEXTS ILLUSTRATED. See also Horæ Bib-

lice.
Genesis i. 1, 2....810, 811, 963
Genesis ii. 1-3; Exodus xx. 8-11; xxiii. 12;

Deuteronomy v. 15....471
Genesis iii. 24....806
Genesis vii. 16....745
Genesis vii. 19. ...703
Genesis xv. 5....982
Genesis xvii. 1....127, 232
Exodus xvii. 14....697
Numbers ii. 2....17
1 Chronicles xxi. 7....849
Job vi. 4; xx. 24; xvi. 12–14; xxxix. 19-25

...705, 706
Psalm xxxii. 7....670
Psalm cx. 7. ...225
Psalm cxlviii. 8.... 284
Isaiah xxviii. 16....994
Matthew vii. 11....1070
Matthew vii. 13, 14....1004
Matthew vii. 14....1004
Matthew xxvi. 39....478
Matthew xxvii. 66. ...476
Luke xvi. 19–31....1217
John xv. 4, 5; 1 Corinthians i. 30; 2 Corinth-

ians v. 17; xii. 2; Philippians iii. 8, 9;

Romans viii. 1....975
Romans xii. 1....870
Romans xii. 2. ...1187
1 Corinthians xv. 57... 477
Ephesians i. 3–12. ..973
Philippians....537
Philippians ii. 1-16 -762
Philippians iv. 8. ... 243
1 Thessalonians iv. 13. ...75
1 Thessalonians iv. 14. ...475
2 Thessalonians ii. 11....1168
2 Peter i. 16, &c. ...956
1 John iii. 2....1221
3 John 4....1057
Revelation i. 8....477
Revelation ii. 14....329

Revelation ii. 1-7. ...756
Thermopylæ, inscription on the monument at, 72
Toll-case, Wesleyan, decision on a, 193

Tomo Chachi, visit of, to England, 578-referred

to, 686, 687
Trial, the hour of, 445
Trinity, a shepherd's illustration of the, 1179
Truth, the rule of, 331
Tyndale, translator of the Bible, mentioned, 383–

388, 480, 490

VARIETIES, continued.

The seasons in Canada, 305
The tiara, 402
Travelling in Peru, 401
True philosophy, 717
Wonders of Shetland, 716

Ussher, Archbishop, the chronological numbers in-

serted by, in the English Bible, objected to, 696

Virtue and vice, two standards of, 548
Visiting the poor, benefits derived from, 585

the sick, observations on, 1082
Volcanoes of Hawaii, visit to the, 258

VARIETIES.

A bird's-eye view of London, 511
A dinner-party in Tahiti, 511
Anecdote of Lord North, 1030
Anecdotes of the late King of Prussia, 197
Arab endurance, 613
A Sabbath in New Zealand, 306
Australian farmers and the cockatoos, 96
Bohemian teams, 613
Boors in South Africa, 401
Chair of St. Peter, 305
Childhood in France, 1030
Commercial value of insects, 613
Crocodiles of the Uritucu river, 96
Curious estimate of wealth, 95
Dimensions of the principal European churches,

824
Douglas the botanist, 928
Excavations by ants, 95
First notice of traffic in coal, 824
Heroes at Borodino, 402
Labour in making a watch, 1135
Literary tastes of the Stuarts, 95
Lord Hardwicke, 306
Lord Thurlow and Horne Tooke, 196
Music in Liverpool forty years ago, 1238
Nelson's kindness of heart, 1134
Old hundredth, 717
Preparatory labours of a settler in Australia,

1134
Pretty preaching, 306
Progress of manufactures, 197
Punctuation, 825
Robert Hall, 927
Shrimps, 306
Skating at Cabul, 717
Statistics of Paris, 1238
Superstitions of the Kalmuks, 717
The duration of married life, 95
The great snow-storm of 1620, 197
The nobility of Naples, 1030
The oak of Mamre, 927
The Pope, the Jesuits, and Mr. Newman, 196

Walker, Rev. Samuel, notice of, 1099
Walton's Polyglot, mentioned, 598
Watson, Rev. Richard, mentioned, 252, 256, 343
Welsh, Dr., tribute to the memory of, 983
Wesley, John, the Missionary ship, launch of, 88
Wesley, Rev. John, third edition of Southey's

Life of, noticed, 86; remarks on, 252, 343–
Tract Society instituted by, 269_quoted, 413,
440-notices of the case of “ Poor Louisa,” by,
458—letter written by, a few months before his
death, to the Rev. H. Anderson, 524-anecdote
of, 671—the Rev. W. Sorley's misstatements
respecting, answered, 814, 816-visits of, to
Hayes, 867-869—marriage of, mentioned, 868
-declarations of, against separating from the
Church, 869—and the Rey. G. Whitefield, con-
trasted, 985_extraordinary labours of, men-
tioned, 1020—authorship, journals, &c., of, de-
fended against a remark in the “North British
Review," 1109-a more careful study of the
writings of, recommended, 1129farther defence
of the character, preaching, and authorship of,

against the “ North British Review,” 1203
Wesley Papers. No. XX. Pastoral visitation,

21—No. XXI. Wesley on wills testamentary,
248—No. XXII. Letters of the Rev. John
Wesley, 332—No. XXIII. Remarks on the
style of the Rev. John Wesley, 449—No. XXIV.
Remarks on the Rev. Charles Wesley's preach-
ing, 546—No. XXV. Reproof, 656-No. XXVI.
Original letters of the Rev. John Wesley, 766
-No. XXVII. Remarks on Wesley's Notes
on the New Testament, 964-No. XXVIII.
Remarks on Wesley's Notes on the Old Testa-

ment, 1080
Whitefield, Rev. George, notice of, 986, 1020
Whittingham, the Geneva reviser of the Bible,

mentioned, 596
Wickliffe, mentioned, 375, 380
Will of God, the term defined, 1016
Witenagemot, constitution of the, 275
Wolsey, Cardinal, mentioned, 382, 388, 484

INDEX TO THE BIOGRAPHY, &c.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. SKETCHES, continued. SKETCHES, continued.
Badger, Mrs., 1049
Grange, Mr. William, 15

Norman, Miss Rebecca, 119
Baily, Mrs., 430

Jaques, Mr. William, 733 Nicolls, Mr. Edward, 847
Baines, Mrs., 327

Harcourt, Mr. Richard, 1056 Obee, Mrs., 1049
Boulton, Mr. James, 326 Harper, Mrs., 632

Palk, Mr. Richard, 1047
Bradshaw, Mrs., 535

Hewson, Mr. William, 1054 Pound, Mrs., 846
Brailsford, Mrs., 1051
Holmes, Ann, 844

Rigg, Mr. John, 950
Briglin, Mr. Robert, 630 Holroyd, Mr. Simeon, 1151 Robinson, Mr. John, 116
Brown, Mrs., 638
Kelly, Mrs., 431

Sarson, Mr. William, 633
Byrom, Mrs., 743
Lawry, Mr. Samuel, 637

Savill, Mrs., 633
Carter, Mr. James J., 738

Lawson, Mr. Robert, 741 Smith, Mrs., 744
Cook, Mr. William B., 952 Lobb, Mr. James, 635

Sowersby, Mrs., 1157
Cowey, Mr. Thomas, 1154 Lund, Mr. Marmaduke, 11 Spanton, Mr. Robert, 1044
Crowther, Thomas, Esq., 737 Mackiness, Mr. George, 223 Steele, Rev. Arthur H., 842
Cullen, Mrs., 735

Marshall, Mr. James, 114 Stevens, Miss Elizabeth, 639
Dawson, Mrs., 636
Mathewman, Mrs., 629

Stubbs, Mrs., 1046

SKETCHES, continued.

Tasker, Mr. Thomas, 328
Tattersall, Mr. Felix, 848
Taylor, Mrs., 1053
Teal, Mrs., 1158
Timmis, Miss Elizabeth, 117
Tunningley, Mr. Matt., 1156
Wainwright, Mrs., 843
Ward, Mr. Robert, 536
Warner, Mr. James, 1055
Webb, Mrs., 951
Whitehead, Mr. James, 221
Wigelsworth, Mrs., 432
Wilkinson,Mrs., of Hunton, 14
Wilkinson, Mrs., of Sheep-

ridge, 428
Wintle, Miss Martha, 12

MEMOIRS.

Anderson, Rev. Henry, 521
Bregre, Mr. Thomas, 1145
Butterfield, John, Esq., 729
Chappelow, Mrs., 322
Crookes, Mrs., 105
Davies, Rev. Richard, 1041
Geake, Mrs., 422
Hodgson, Mrs., 946
Holmes, Mrs., 625
Hughes, Rev. John, 209
Joll, Mrs., 313
Mellor, Miss C., 108
Musgrave, James, Esq., 937
Poulsom, Mr. Robert, 833
Rofe, Mr. Thomas, 417
Wilford, Mrs., 527
Wood, Mrs., 1

RECENT DEATHS, con-

tinued.
Bridge, Mrs., 619
Brigg, Mrs., 204
Briggs, Mr. William, 722
Brummitt, Mr. George, 1142
Bull, Mrs., 725
Bunney, Miss Eleanor, 724
Burkitt, Mrs., 829
Burley, Mrs., 722
Burley, Rev. James, 103
Bush, Thomas, Esq., 1248
Butler, Mr. John, 408
Butterworth, Mrs., 619
Buxton, Mr. Joel, 620
Byrom, Mrs., 1039
Carpenter, Mrs., 1143
Carter, Mr. John, sen., 206
Carver, Mrs., 934
Carvosso, Miss Jane, 102
Chapman, Mrs., 1244
Cheesbrough, Mrs., 202
Clapham, Mrs., 722
Clark, Mr. James, 622
Clough, Rev. William, 103
Cocking, Mary, 723
Coley, Mr. Richard, 723
Crawford, Glover, 1144
Cullingworth, Mr. H., 623
Culverhouse, Mr. Charles, 101
Cunningham, Mrs., 100
Curry, Mrs., 724
Cussons, Mrs., 830
Cutting, Mrs., 206
Davey, Mr., 408
Dawson, Mrs., 518
Dinham, Mr. William, 831
Dixon, Mrs., 309
Doxey, Mr. Thomas, 1246
Duncan, Mrs., 725
Dunnington, Mrs., 518
Dutton, Mrs., 310
Duthie, Mr. Robert, 1246
Dyer, Mrs., 1141
Dyson, Mr. Humphrey, 99
Edgar, Mr. Robert, 724
Edgar, Mrs., 623
Evans, Mr. Isaac, 723
Evans, Mrs., 410
Everett, Rachael, 726
Ffrench, Thomas, Esq., 722
Finch, Mr. John, 935
Fleming, Mrs., 622
Flew, Mr. Thomas, 1038
Foster, Mrs., 204
Fowke, Rev. Thorpe W., 102
Fox, Mrs., 726
Fraser, Mr. William, 830
Gardner, Mrs., 409
Gee, Mr. Thomas, 517
Gething, Mrs., 519
Gill, Mrs., 1243
Gilleland, Mr. William, 935
Gordon, Mrs., 723
Gostick, Rev. Joseph, 832
Graham, Mrs., 518
Grant, Mr. John, 517
Grant, Mrs., 1038, 1144
Greenwood, John, Esq., 203
Greenwood, Mr. James, 310
Gridley, Miss, 1142
Hainsworth, Mrs. Ann, 99
Hainsworth, Mrs. Mary, 99
Hall, Mrs., of Bidford, 1143

RECENT DEATHS.

Adams, Rev. John H., 409
Agar, Mr. William, 311
Armstrong, Mrs., 1038
Avenall, Mrs., 1038
Baker, Mrs., 1248
Bamfield, Mrs., 831
Barker, Mr. Robert, 409
Barker, Mrs., 205
Barker, Mr. William, 830
Barrett, Mrs., 1246
Bayly, Mrs., 205
Bayman, Mrs., 205
Beecroft, Mrs., 101
Bell, Ann, 726
Betts, Mr. Joseph, 517
Bickers, Mr. Thomas, 1038
Birch, Mrs., 723
Birtinshaw, Mrs., 1143
Birtles, Mr. David, 621
Blackley, Mr. James, 310
Blake, Mr. Robert, 935
Blake, Mr. William, 620
Blott, Mrs., 1244
Bone, Hannah, 1142
Bone, Mr. Richard, 101
Boorman, Mrs., 1141
Boult, Mrs., 203
Boys, Miss Jane, 831
Brackenbury, Mrs., 1039
Bradley, Miss, 830
Braik, Mr. Alexander, 311
Braik, Mrs., 1246
Bramford, Mrs., 620
Bramwell, Mr. Peter, 1037
Bray, Mr. John, 830
Brett, Mary D., 829

RECENT DEATHS, con-

tinued.
Hall, Rey, Thomas, 520
Hall, Sarah, of Tiverton, 205
Hamlin, Mrs., 621
Hammond, Mrs., 829
Hankey, Mr. William, 103
Harding, Mr. Anthony, 935
Hardy, Mrs., 203
Hardy, Mr. William J., 101
Harriman, Mr. William, 1036
Harwood, Mr. William, 725
Harwood, Mrs., 1247
Henderson, Mrs., 203
Hendy, Mr. Joseph, 205
Henshall, Mr. James, 206
Hewitt, Mrs., 726
Hibbert, Mr. John, 623
Hill, Mrs., 203
Hirst, Mr. George, 724
Hirst, Rev. James, 409
Hitch, Mr. Moses, 1038
Hodder, Mr. Servington, 1142
Hodge, Mrs., 829
Hodge, Mr. William, 722
Hogg, Mr. Robert, 619
Holdsworth, Mr. John, 518
Hoole, Mrs., 311
Hope, Rev. Samuel, 1248
Hopkins, Mrs., 1244
Horner, Miss Mary Anne, 207
Hosking, Mr. John, 935
Howle, Mr. E. W., 1245
Hubbard, Mr. James, 1037
Humphreys, Mrs., 621
Hunt, Mrs., of Middleton, 204
Hunt, Mrs., of Ringwood, 1143
Hunter, Mr. Leonard W., 517
Huntly, Miss Betsey Ann, 203
Ireland, Mrs., 727
Ivyson, Mrs., 1037
Jackson, Mrs., of Billingbo-

rough, 935
Jackson, Mrs., of New-Shil-

don, 1038
Jago, Mrs., 202
Jamison, Miss Eliza A., 721
Jeffs, Mr. John, 619
Jevons, Mr. David, 100
Johnstone, Mr. Andrew, 1038
Jones, Mrs., of Huntingdon,

410
Jones, Mrs., of Ross, 1140
Jones, Mrs., of Tunbridge-

Wells, 623
Jones, Miss Sarah, 1245
Kelk, Mrs., 204
Keeling, Mrs., 1248
Killick, Mr. Henry, 310
King, Mrs., 101
Kinsey, Mr. Thomas, 517
Kirk, Mr. William, 722
Kitchin, Mrs., 1037
Kivell, Mrs., 100
Knight, Mr. John, 724
Lamplugh, Mrs., 408
Lawley, Mrs., 409
Leake, Mrs., 936
Leech, Mrs., 1143
Leedal, Ann, 1142
Lessey, Miss Hannah S., 1039
Lewis, Joyce, of Abergavenny,

1141
Lewis, Miss Harriet, 204

RECENT DEATHS, con-

tinued.
Lewis, Mr. Richard, 518
Lewis, Mrs., of Altrincham,

727
Lewis, Mrs., of Freshford, 101
Ling, Mr. Marmaduke, 721
Lister, Mrs., 725
Longridge, Mrs., 622
Lovatt, Mr. Samuel, 206
Lowe, Mr. John, 1038
Loxton, Mrs., 310
Luck, Mrs., 726
Lumb, Rev. Matthew, 411
M'Cormich, Lieut. A., 203
Marshall, Mrs., 517
Martin, Miss, 1038
Martin, Mrs., 1038
Mason, Mr. John, 722
Mee, Mr. William, 726
Metcalfe, Mr. Thomas, 1142
Mills, Mrs., 408
Milne, Mr. Thomas, 622
Miner, Mr. Thomas, 1245
Moore, Mrs., 206
Moorhouse, Mr. George, 1141
Moorhouse, Mr. J., 206
Morton, Mrs., 518
Moxon, Mrs., 99
Muddiman, Mr. Thomas, 408
Musson, Mrs., 203
Mustow, Mrs., 831
Myles, Mrs., 1039
Ncal, Mr. Joseph, 207
Nelson, Mrs., 103
Nuller, Mr. Richard, 409
Oldham, Mr. John, 1036
Panchen, Mr. W. S., 1244
Parker, Mr. James, 723
Parkinson, Mrs., 935
Parton, Mr. Thomas, 725
Pattison, Mrs., 724
Payne, Mrs., 519
Peace, Mrs., 831
Pemberton, Mrs., 309
Pentreath, Mrs., 621
Philiskirk, Mary, 725
Pilter, Rev. Robert, 410
Poole, Capt. Andrew, 310
Pope, Mrs., 309
Pratt, Mrs., 935
Price, Rev. Richard, 411
Raywood, Mr. James, 1143
Rea, Joshua, Esq., 623
Reilly, Miss, 1140
Ridgeway, Mrs., 727
Ridsdale, Mrs., 410
Roberts, Mr. Harry, 727
Robinson, Mrs., 831
Roche, Mr. Thomas, 936
Roche, Mrs. A. M., 1248
Rochford, Mr. Henry, 830
Ross, Mr. Thomas, 725
Rowe, Mrs., 410
Ruddle, Jane, 518
Sambrook, Mrs., 829
Sanders, Mary Ann, 724
Sanderson, Mrs., 1245

RECENT
DEATHS,

1

RECENT DEATHS, CON-

tinued.
Williams, Mrs., 724
Williams, Myrtilla, 1141
Wilson, Mrs., 1038
Wilson, Mr. Thomas, 829
Windle, Mr. William, 1142
Wood, Mr. William, 830
Worden, Benjan 410
Worker, Mrs., 624
Wormal, Miss Alice, 206
Worsley, Mr. John, 101
Woulfe, Mrs., 620
Wright, Mrs., of Silverstone,

620
Wright, Mrs., of Welwick,

1141
Wyatt, Mr. Richard S., 1142
Yates, Mr. Joseph, 519

con-
tinued.
Savage, Mrs., of Bedale, 103
Savage, Mrs., of Holbeach-

Marsh, 724
Savery, Margaret, 207
Sellwood, Mrs., 1036
Sharman, Mr. Michael, 1246
Sharpley, Mrs., 519
Shaw, Mrs., 517
Shepherd, Mr. Thomas, 935
Sherwood, Mr. John, 1141
Shipman, Mrs., 207
Simpson, Miss, 621
Sinclair, Mr. John, 517
Skidmore, Mr. Thomas S., 102
Skinner, Mr. John, 102
Slack, Mrs., 1247
Smarfit, Mr. Thomas, 1140
Smetham, Rev. James, 1144
Smetham, Rev. Richard, 520
Smith, Miss Ann, 1037
Smith, Mr. James, 1037
Smith, Mr. Jonathan, 1037
Smith, Mr. Joshua, 99
Smith, Mrs., of Cudworth, 727
Smith, Mrs., of Tredegar, 408
Sorrell, Mr. Joseph, 831
Sowter, Mrs., 1037
Sparks, Mrs., 619
Spencer, Mrs., of Hardburn,

410
Spencer, Mrs., of Prescot, 311
Spittle, Mrs., 1141
Stanton, Mr. William, 518
Stediford, Mr. William, 204
Stoate, Mrs., 620
Stranger, Mrs., 831
Sumner, Mr. W. H., 623
Sutcliffe, Mr. John, 622
Sutton, Mrs., 1036
Symm, Mrs., 1247
Tagg, Mr. John, 205
Tavenor, Mr. William, 408
Taylor, Miss Mary, 203
Taylor, Mrs., 727
Thomas, Mrs., 203
Thompson, Mrs., 207
Thorne, Mrs., 722
Thurston, Mr. Robert, 724
Tildesley, Mrs., 620
Tipping, Mrs., 519
Toone, Mr. John, 519
Tucker, Mr. Richard, 832
Tupling, Mr. Gregory, 102
Turner, Rev. Jonathan, 520
Tyror, Mr. Thomas, 207
Venables, Mrs., 100
Waghorne, Mr. Thomas, 726
Ward, Mrs., 621
Ware, Mr. John, 1243
Warren, Mrs., 1243
Watson, Mr. William, 723
Wavell, Mr. Edmund, 101
Webb, Mr. Thomas, 1037
Webb, Edmund, 1247
Whitfield, Mrs., 832
Whyman, Mrs., 516

WESLEYAN MINISTERS

who have died during the
year, Conference account

of the :
Adams, John H., 921
Burley, James, 920
Clough, William, 920
Evans, James, 926
Gostick, Joseph, 923
Hall, Thomas, 922
Hamilton, Andrew, 925
Hann, William Henry, 926
Haughton, James, 924
Hirst, James, 921
Jackson, Joseph, Ist, 920
Leach, William, 919
Lumb, Matthew, 922
Mitchell, James, 1st, 923
Palmer, Samuel, 926
Pilter, Robert, 922
Poole, John, 923
Price, Richard, 925
Smetham, Richard, 922
Tackaberry, Fossey, 925
Turner, Jonathan, 923
Vaughan, Martin, 920
Wallace, James, 926
TVaugh, David, 924
Webb, Samuel, 924
Webb, William, Ist, 927
Wilson, Francis, 926

LIST OF THE PORTRAITS.

January, Rev. J. STANLEY,

President of the Conference

in 1845.
February, Rev. W. SLEIGH.
March, Rev. W. PARKER.
April,

Rev. T. HAMER.
May,

REV. W. Fox.
June,

REV.J. STEPHENSON.
July, REV. E. SUMNER.
August, REV. J. HOCKEN.
September, Rev. R. MASAROON.
October, Rev. W. JACKSON.
November, Rev. G. TAYLOR.
December, Rey. J. W. BUTTON.

LONDON: PRINTED BY JAMES NICHOLS, HOXTON-SQUARE.

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