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Burning Tom was. Pub. lib.
Persecution in London. Institution of Classes.
Mr. Wesley's sickness in Ireland. Letter to
State of the Societies in America. Ordination
ry's “ Psalmist." Anecdote of the Rev. Samuel
Reflections on entering his eighty-eighth year.
visit to Holland. His labors in England, Ireland,
Mr. Wesley and the Church. Modern Method
elty he experienced there. First serious im-
office of reading clerk in the House of Lords.
per's determination to remain with the family.
Their removal from Huntingdon to Olney...... 115
new residence. Leaves St. Alban's. Feelings
pression it made npon his mind. Description of
Engages in public worship for the first time after
His translation of Madame de la Guyon's poems, neral Cowper and the Rev. Dr. Bagot. Congo-
den death of Mrs. Unwin's son. Cowper's dis-
tress on the occasion. Experiences a severe at-
arrival. Cowper's removal from Olney to Weston.
it. To whom dedicated. Benefits he had derived
from it. Feels the want of employment. Pre-
Extracts from his correspondence. Description pares materials for a splendid edition of Milton's
the occasion. Mr. Hayley's departure. Cowper's kindly undertaken by Lady Hesketh. Mr. Hay.
the means employed to remove bis depression.
Journey to Eartham. Incidents of it. Safe His removal from Weston to Norfolk, under the
LIFE OF THOMAS SPENCER.
Mr. Spencer's parentage and early years. Love Liverpool. Preaches at Newington chapel. His
Mr. Spencer's return to Harwich. Resumes new chapel for his congregation. Correspond-
Ordination. His first administration of
Christmas vacation. First sermon at Hertford.
No. V. Address at laving the foundation stone of
the new chapel. No. VI. Mr. Spencer's an-
dination. No. VII. Additional papers. No. Vill.
racy. Correspondence with Mr. John Haddon. 214
A Poem on the Death of Mr. Spencer, by