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“Let me then be refuted and convinced by the testimony of the Scriptures, or by the

clearest arguments ; otherwise I canuot and will not recant; for it is neither safe

nor expedient to act against conscience. Here I take my stand.” LUTHER.
"The Bible-I say the Bible only-is the Religion of Protestants.”—CHILLINGWORTH.

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JANUARY >

PAGE Christ Church, Proposed New Free

Church of England, Teddington
Woman's Agency in the Work of

the Lord. By the Late Rev.
Dr. Marsh, Rector of Bedding-

ton, Surrey .............
Spa-fields Chapel School.........
The Great Ecclesiastical Crisis :

Letter II. ........................... Readings for the Young : The

King's Highway. A New Year's

Sketch. ...........
The Irish Church......................
Deaths. ..................

17 Reports ................................

Readings for the Young : The

Faithful Guide ................... In Memoriam : Thomas Rothwell,

Esq. ; Miss Salisbury Eccles... Church Affairs......... Appii Forum : “He Thanked God

and took Courage ” .............. Perils of Trustees ........ Blind Bartimeus .. .................. Site of the Martyrs' Stake at

Smithfield........ Hygeen, or Riding Dromedary ... Invitations from the Bible......... Reports.

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135 136 137

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FEBRUARY :-
The Free Church of England. A

Historical Sketch ............... Christianity Provides for Death In Chancery. – Vice-Chancellor

Stuart. - Spa - fields Chapel
School v. Stroud, Allen, Spicer,

Cooke, and Haycroft ............
The Great Ecclesiastical Crisis :

Letter III. ....
Readings for the Young : The

Old Oak Tree ...
“Swearing Tom "
The Irish Church
Reports...

150 155 162 164

165 168

MAY :-
The Protestant Reformation, No.

........... Readings for the Young : May

Day
A Remarkable Conversion in

Brighton....
Church Affairs ...
Spa-fields Chapel Schools .........
William Hunter, the Martyr......
Correspondence
Letter from the Rev. John Bad-

diley, A.M., Rector of Hayfield,
Derbyshire, to the Countess of

Huntingdon ................. Reports .............. .............. JUNE :Proposed Resignation of the Trustees ..............

.................. Annual Meetings of the Conference

and Friends of the College of the Countess of Huntingdon's

Connexion .......... ............ Convocation of the Free Church

of England ...... Resignation of the Editor of the

Magazine .......................
Sierra Leone......
A Visit to the Holy Land .........
Readings for the Young : The

Day of Rest......
Church Affairs ....
Resolution of Executive Com-

mittee on the Harmonious

Working of the Connexion ... Correspondence .....................

171

172

Daybreak.....

MARCH :

Report of Spa-fields Chapel ......
Alston College..........
Benedicite, Omnia Opera .........
Readings for the Young : The

Tower of Refuge ..................
Daybreak ............
Church and State ...................
The Irish Church .........
St. Paul's Free Church of Eng.

land, Lower Broughton, Man

chester ............ Dr. Marsh and the Tractarians... Dr. Arnold and the Priest System Reports ..........

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PAGE The Free Church of England ... 287 Monthly Chronicle ................... 289

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196 Spa-fields Chapel Schools ......... 196 JULY :

The Claims of the Age ............ 199
The Protestant Reformation,
No. III. ..................*

201 Providential Arrangements 205 The Family Circle ..................

208 The Fatherland .....................

210 Threads of Gold ........

211 “ The Lord our Righteousness” 212 The Critic's Quill ....... ...........

213
Missionary Intelligence ..........
The Free Church of England...... 216
Monthly Chronicle ................... 218
A Double Chant .....................
Spa-fields Chapel Schools ...... ..
AUGUST :--
Ministry : A Lost Law of the

Church .....
The Protestant Reformation,

No. IV.
A Letter by the Rev. H. Venn to

Miss Harvey..........
Reminiscences of Egypt.-No. I.
Scripture Interpretation....
Thoughts for Christian Ministers
The Lord Wants Reapers ......... 254
Free Church of England

255 Missionary Chronicle ......... .....

Monthly Chronicle ................. 262 SEPTEMBER :

Lady Huntingdon and Her Work 267
The Protestant Reformation,
No. V. ................................

274
A Chapter for the Young Folks
Reminiscences of Egypt.-No. II. 278
Readings from the Old Divines 281
Missionary Intelligence ............ 283

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NOVEMBER :

Address to Convocation.—Part II.
Humility Essential to the Life of
the Soul ....

327
Life's Evening: A Prose Threnody 330
Reminiscences of Egypt.-No.IV.
Bishop of Oxford on Education... 338
Lady Huntingdon on the Death of
Her Daughter

339 Comfort to Bereaved Parents...... Music ................................

341 Poetry .........

342 The Free Church of England...... 343 Monthly Chronicle ........... 347

Lette Harvey: Egypti...

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DECEMBER :

The Life Recovered..
The Vision of God ...................
Voice of Warning ....................
Crime : Its Cause and Cure ......
Reminiscences of Egypt.-No.V.
Music ...........
Poetry ......

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The Critic's Quill........
The Free Church of England......

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