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GRIFFITHS, Rev. W. (late of Carmar

SCOTLAND. then College) over the Congregational STUART, Rev. J. over the Independent

Church at Holyhead, Sept. 26, 1822. Congregationin Great Hamilton Street, RICHARD, Rev. W. (late of Abergavenny Glasgow, Dec. 23, 1822.

Academy,) over the particular Bap- Spence, Rev. JAMES, over the Congretist Church at Penyrheol, May 29, gational Church Blackfriars Street 1822.

Chapel, Aberdeen, August 7, 1822.

LIST OF MEETING HOUSES OPENED.

Published in the

year

1822. BBRKSHIRE.—WALLINGFORD.-Baptist Chapel, (Rév. Mr. Tyso,) re-opened after enlargement, October 31, 1821.

BRACKNELL, in Windsor Forest. Independent, a new place opened October 15, 1821. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.—MarsH GIBBON.-Independent, September 3, 1821.

-HADDENHAM, in the parish of CHARLSEY. - Baptist,
September 25, 1822.
CORNWALL.--TORPOINT.--A neat place, called Bethel Chapel, Independent,

August 4, 1822.
DEVONSHIRE.--NORTH MOLTON.--Independent, January 30, 1822.

-COLLUMPTON.-Baptist Chapel, re-opened after considerable repairs and enlargement, June 20, 1822.

-COMBMARTIN.--Independent, October 2, 1822. DORSETSHIRE.--WeymouTH.--Independent; a new place, called Hope Chapel,

August 21, 1822. DURHAM,--HENCLIFFE.--Independent, December 23, 1822. ESSEX.–WETHERSFIELD.--Chapel, re-opened after considerable enlargement, October 31, 1822. The whole of the expense will be borne by the congregation.

-Great WAKERING, near Southend.--Independent, opened September 3, 1822. This place of worship, with a large piece of ground, on which there is a cottage and a dwelling-house for the minister, is the free gift of a venerable lady and her son, well known in the county for their benevolence. The place has been

put in trust for public worship. GLOUCESTERSHIRE.--WINSTONE.--Baptist, February 24, 1822.

-Forest Green, near Nailsworth. --Independent, June 18, 1822.

-HEWELSFIELD.--Independent, a plain little chapel, 31 feet by 17, September 10, 1822.

-MITCHEL Dean.- Independent, a plain neat chapel on the scite of the old one, which had stood more than 100 years, October 2, 1822. HAMPSHIRE.--ANMORE, in the Forest of Bere.--Baptist, December 23, 1821.

-BKAISHFIELD.--Independent, September 26, 1822 KENT.-CHATHAM.-Baptist Chapel, re-built, capable of holding 1000 persons,

July 12, 1821 ; cost £1400, of which £800. has been already subscribed by the congregation.

DOVER.--Baptist, capable of holding 200 persons, January 15, 1822.

-MAIDSTONE.- Independent, new chapel erected on the site of the old one, which was of smaller dimensions, October 15, 1822. LANCASHIRE.--MANCHESTER.--A new chapel in Canal Street, Ancoat's Lane,

capable of seating 1500 persons. Erected for less than £1200, by a congregation of seceding Methodists, who now profess themselves Congregational Dissenters; opened December 23, 1821. LINCOLNSHIRE.MARKET Rasen. Independent, May 8, 1822. A new place.

-HORNCASTLE.—Independent, March 28, 1822. A new place.

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. The chapel in Hyde Labe enlarged by galleries, re-opened March 21, 1822. MIDDLESEX. LONDON, Chapman Street, St. George's, East.“A new chapel

opened by some Christian friends for the poor, capable of seating 200 ; [the seats free,) January, 1820.

East BARNET.--Independent, June 5, 1822.

-LONDON..An apartment in Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, for the Weleh Baptists, under the Rev Mr. Davies, February 22, 1822.

HIGHGATE.— Independent, for the congregation under the care of the Rev. John Thomas, April 30, 1822. Cong. Mag. Supp. 1822.

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MIDDLESEX.-LONDON.--BURTON Street, Burton Crescent.

- The chapel which belongs to the Baptist Church, under the Rev. John Edwards, Secretary to the Baptist Home Missionary Society, re-opened, after repairs, July 7, 1822.

-LONDON.-- A large new chapel, called CRAVEN CHAPEL, erected on the site of Carnaby Market, and capable of holding 2000 people, has been completed since February last, of which the sole charge has hitherto been borne by a well known and highly respected individual. The chapel was opened on the 11th December last. The expense attending its erection is stated to be about £9000.

-LONDON.-The new meeting-house for the Salters'-hall Congregation, situated in Oxford Court, Cannon Street, was opened June 4, 1822. NORFOLK.--SWAFFHAM.--A small Baptist place of worship opened, and a church

formed, under the patronage of the Home Missionary Society, chiefly by the exertions of the Rev. J. Gibbs, of Norwich, August 15, 1821.

HARLESTONE.-A new Independent Meeting, for the increasing congregation of the Rev. J. Fisher, May 26, 1822. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.-TOWCESTER.---Baptist Chapel, re-opened after enlargement, November 7, 1821.

-WOODFORD.-Baptist Church formed, May 22, 1822. OXFORDSHIRE.-SWERFORD.--Independent, July 18, 1822. SOMERSETSHIRE.--NORTON.--Independent, opened October 23, 1821.

-NAILSWORTH.-- A new chapel, 75 feet by 45. Independent. Collection £75. December 4, 1821.

-MILVERTON. --Independent, December 4, 1821.
-THEALE.--Independent, July 28, 1822.

-BRIDGEWATER.--Independent, August 20, 1822. STAFFORDSHIRE.--CHEADLE.-- Independent, opened after enlarg ment, January 1, 1822.

WHETLY Rocks, near Leek.--Independent, August 8, 1822.
-TEAN.— Independent, October 2. 1822.

-HARBORNR.--A new chapel, capable of seating 300 persons,
erected at an expense of about £300, opened November 13, 1821.
SUFFOLK---ALDBOROUGH.---Baptist, August 7, 1822.
SURRY.---BROCKHAM GREEN, near Dorking.---Baptist, December 11, 1821.

-HASLEMERE.---Independent, re-opened after considerable enlargement, Oc ber 11, 1821.

-GRAY'S WALK, Lambeth.---Baptist, March 19, 1822. '

-Pains (or PENDS) Hill, Limpsfield.---A neat chapel under the patronage of the Surrey Mission, August 6, 1822.

-BANSTEAD.---A chapel opened for the use of the Good Samaritan Itinerant Society, August 27, 1822.

-CLAPHAM.---Baptist, opened after an enlargement and thorough repair, August 1, 1822. SUSSEX.---DANE HILL.---Baptist, October 23, 1821. WARWICKSHIRE.---HENLEY in ARDEN.---Baptist, June 26, 1822. WILTSHIRE ---WESTBURY.---A new chapel for an old Independent Congregation which has existed since the year 1662, opened November 8, 1821.

-BERWICK Sr. JOHN.---Independent, September 26, 1822, YORKSHIRE ---High HARROWGATE.--- Independent, October 17, 1821.

KELD, near Reth.---Independent, June 27, 1822.

-CHAPEL FORD, in the parish of Batley, near Dewsbury.--- Baptist, April 8, 1822. WALES.-.-CARDIFF, Glamorganshire.---English Baptist, building 46 feet by 35 feet, Church composed of from 50 to 60 members, opened October 3, 1821.

-BEAUMARIS, Anglesey.---A new place of worship, named Zion Chapel, for the ancient Independent Church, opened November 16, 1821.

-Newtown, Montgomeryshire.--- Independent, January 22 and 23, 1822.

-GOWAR, Glamorganshire.---A'new Independent Chapel, called Pisgah, opened April 25, 1822. This is the sixth edifice of a similar description in the Peninsula, for which the long neglected inhabitants are indebted to the pious zeal and liberality of the Right Hon. Baroness Barham.

-LLAUSTURN, Glamorganshire.---A new meeting-house, called Philadelphia (but formerly Tuibirion), June 19 and 20, 1822. SCOTLAND.---GLASGOW.---A new Independent Chapel in Great Hamilton Street, December 23, 1821.

-PETER HEAD.---A large chapel (lately belonging to the Antiburgher Seceders) re-opened as an Independent place of worship, Jan. 20, 1822.

GENERAL INDEX

TO THE

FIFTH VOLUME.

A.

Vicar of Llandovery, 105.
ABERDEEN and Bamff Society, 54.

Pike's Consolation of Gospel Truth, 106.

Bickersteth on Prayer, ib.
ACADEMIES.

Bishop of St. David's, on 1 John v. 7,
Glasgow, 110, 446, 671.

159.
Homerton, 335, 443.

East's Funeral Seimon, on Dickenson,
Hoxton, 391, 443.

160.
Idle, 558.

Thornton's Anecdotes, ib.
Newport Pagnell, 278, 391.

Young's Great Period, 161.
Wymondley, 614.

Baxter's Young Christian's Cyclopædia,
Addresses to sinners, 133.

268.

Mason's Evangelical Ministry, 269.
B.

Washbourne's Hymns, 270.
Baptism, dissenting, 132, 416.

Shearcroft's Christian Visitor, ib.
Bedfordshire Societies, 167, 278. Treffry's Life of Treffry, 271.
Bequests, liberal, 166.

Carey's Greek Terminations, ib.
Bible Society, 110, 166, 279, 331, 332, Goodwin's Signs of the Times, 381.
335, 447.

Romaine's Letters, 382.
BIBLICAL CRITICISMS on-

Duty of Free Communion, ib.
Exodus xxxiv. 7-135.

Bishop on Unitarianism, 383.
Psalm xiv. 1-358.

Gordon's Memoirs, 437.
cx. 3--191.

Myers on Protestant Establishments,
Isaiah ix. 6-305.

438.
Mark xi, 13-248.

Moffatt's Consolation to Parents, ib.
Luke i. 16, 17—66.

Jobnson's Reasons for Dissent, 439.
ii. 7-386.

Montgomery's Polyhymnia, 440.
ii. 51-359.

Thomas's Sermon on Steadfastness, 440,
Acts xviii. 3, 247–418.

Carlisle's Sermons, 496.
1 Cor. xv. 636.

Fletcher's Spiritual Guardian, 497.
James v. 15--580.

Memoirs of Miss Barton, 498.

Rankin's Institutes of Theology, ib
BIOGRAPHIES AND SKETCHES of Lives,
Fawcett (Dr.), 1.

Bulmer's Parental Instructor, 499.

Shepherd's Root of all Evil, 551.
Newton (Samuel), 617, 673.
Priestley (Dr.), 225.

History of a Jewish Boy, 552.
Raine (William), 57.

Necessity of Sabbath Schools, ib.

Churchill's Analecta, 553.
Sarpi (Paul), 113, 169.

Sketches of Sermons, ib.
Scott (Thomas), 561, 623.

Brooker's Fallacy of Infidelity, ib.
Stevenson (Robert), 281, 337, 393.

Johuson's Reasons for Dissent, 609.
Stewart (Dr.), 505.

Life of Mrs. Turner, 610.
Books, ANALYTICAL AND CRITICAL

Shoveller's Dialogues, 611.
NOTICES OF New.

Fuller's Scriptural Examiner, ib.
Stevenson's Christian Sabbath, 49. Roses from Sharon, 612.
Essay on Slander, 50.

Societé Biblique de Paris, ib.
Juvenile Friendship, 51.

Snelgar on Early Rising, ib.
Pinchback, on Brotherly Love, ib. Pearce's Fraternal Adyice, 660.
Wardlaw's Vanity of Man's Earthly Freeston's Directions to Zion's Travel-

Hopes, 102.
Foote on Training up the Young, 104. Intellectual Converse, 661.
Enquiry into the declension of Churches, Gleanings and Recollections, ib.
105.

Malan's

Little Stucco Image Merchants, ib.

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lers, ib.

Nichols's Returning Sinner, 661.

BOOKWORM.
Winter's (Dr.), Fuueral Sermon on Mrs. Sydney's Defence of Poesie, 42.

Goulty, 716.
Scholefield's

Letter to Lord Liverpool, ib. Boyle on Scripture, 99.
Craig and Chaplin's Funeral Sermon on

Brown's Religio Medici, and Christian
Mrs. Chaplin, 712.

Morals, 151.

Alsop's Melius Inquirendum, 154.
Books REVIEWED.

Palmer's Vindication of Dissenting Aca-

demies, 208.
Haldane's Evidence of Revelation, 28.

Spurston's Spiritual Chymist, 265.
Todd's Life of Walton, 32, 90.

Warwick's Spare Minutes, 378.
Hornes's Study of the Scriptures, 38. Pastorini's History of the Church, 433.
Triple Aim, 87.

Hayward's David's Tears, 489.
Pamphlets on Ireland, 94.

Bennett's Memorial of Reformation, 492.
Coppleston on Necessity, 138.
Redford's True Age of Reason, 146.

Worldling's Looking Glasse, 549.

Nehushtan, 602.
Milne's Retrospect, 198.

Hayward's Sanctuarie, 657.
Byron's Cain, 202.

More's Life of Sir Thomas More, 704.
Report of M'Gavin's Trial, 206.

More's Utopia, ib.
Laurence on Phisiology, 249.
Happiness, 256.

Brevity, Hints on, 419.
Morison's Lectures, 259.

British Lancasterian Society, 278.
Sketches of India, 262.

Briton's Conversion to Christianity, 124.
Method of acquiring Hebrew, 264.
Y ate's Sunscrit Grammar, &c., ib.

C.
Bennett's Gospel Constitution, 307.

Carrickfergus Gaol School, 223.
Durant's Memoirs of his Son, 311.

Christian Fellowship, 576, 632, 689.
Milman's Martyr of Antioch, 316.

Christian Religion, Evidences of, 14, 71.
Wilks's Essay, 318.
Uriel.-Harness's Wrath of Cain, 362.

Christ's descent into hell, 692.
Finch on Self-improvement, 364.

Church Missionary Society, 332, 447.
Hamilton's Letter to Herschell, 366.

Congregational School, 278.

Congregational Union (Scotland), 391,
Mills’s Muhammedanism, 369.

446.
Hamilton's Young Communicant's Re.

Continental Society, 331.
membrancer, 372.
Fletcher and Roby's Sermons on Pro. Correspondents, answers to, 56, 112,

168, 224, 279, 280, 336, 392, 448,
testantism, 374.
Brown's Life of Harvey, 421.

504, 560, 616, 672.

Covenant of works, 349, 406.
Village Lecturer, 426.
Taylor's Elements of Thought, 428.

Criminals, duty of praying for con-

demned, 134.
Irving's Farewell Discourse, 429.
Orme on Preaching the Gospel, 430.

D.
Thomson's Sermons on Infidelity, 431.
James's Christian Fellowship, 474.

DEATHS.-- Anthony, 391. Brown, 615.
Montgomery's Songs of Zion, 477.

Chester, 167. Durant, 54. Gardiner,
Rennel's Proofs Inspiration, 479.

53. Green, 447. Griffin, ul. Keigo

win, 167. Knight, 559. Morison,
· Campbell's Travels in Africa, 482.
No Enthusiasm, 485.

(Mrs.), 54. Newell, 54. Newton,
Jackson's Life of Goodwin, 535

391. Owen, 615. Phillips, Ill. Ste-
venson, ib. Walker, 53.

Wildbore,
Cunningham's Sermons, 540.

447.
Norris's Letter to Lord Liverpool, 541.

Dibdin's Tour, remarks on, 131.
Hamilton's Codex Criticus, 544.

DISCOURSES, Short, 119, 230, 342,
Buddicome's Sermons, 546.
Correspondence of Mr. Hall and Friends, Dissenters, interesting case to, 54.

516, 627.
547.

Doctrine of Eternal Punishment, 687.
Townley's Biblical Literature, 589, 650.

Doddridge (Dr.), letters of, 22, 65, 184,
Morison on Congregational Union, 596.

412.
Burder's Scripture Character of God,

Domestic Religion, 237, 289.
598.

Duelling, 223, 460.
Chalmers's Speech, 600.

Durham and Northumberland Associa-
Annesley's Life of Brand, 601.
Wardlaw on Ecclesiastes, 643.

tion, 557.

E.
Seaton's Church in the Wilderness, 647.
Horne's Supplement to Introduction, 656 Ecclesiastes, reconciled with the Penta-
H. Martyn's Sermons, 696.

teuch, 686.
Bass on Baptism, 699.

Education, liberal, 279.
Dealtry and Hughes's Funeral Sermon Eclectic, remarks on an article in, 77.
on Owen, 700.

Essex Meetings, 391, 444.
Edmęston's Sacred Lyrics, 703.

Evans (of Stockport), letter from, 635.

F.

P.
Female manners, 245, 357.

Paine and Carlisle, 527.
Rev. R. Frost, original letter of, 693. Palm tree, 470.
Fund Society, 671.

Pembrokeshire Society, 166,

Piety connected with learning, 68,
G.

Pleasure and Piety, 530.
Girls' school, 223.

Poetry.
Glasgow, 222, 391, 446, 447.
Greenwich Park, 285.

Incarnation Anthem, 26.
Address to Sarcophagus, 27.

Alfred, 82.
H.

Evangelization of South Sea Islands, 84.
Hall, (Bishop), Extracts from, 242.

Worldly Glory, 137.
Hamilton's Presbytery, 222.

Faded Flower, ib.
Hebrew Idiom, 694.

Reflection, ib.

The Robin, ib.
Henry's (Matthew), manuscript, 304.
Herts Societies, 221, 445.

Messiah, 194.
Hertford, meeting at, burnt down, 671.

To the memory of Mr. Griffin, 197.
Home Missionary Society, 52, 166, 330.

Ode from the Martyr of Antioch, 306.
On the design of rebuilding Homerton,

361.
I.

Prayer for the Spread of the Gospel, ib.
India, 559.

From Polyhymnia, 420.
Infidel, recantation of an, 52.

Youth, Manhood, and Age, id
Inquest, observations on a modern, 524.

From Songs of Zion, iba
Ireland, state of, 53.

Psalm lxxii., 473.
Irish Evangelical Society, 109, 278, 329,

cxxxiv. ib.

cxlviii, ib.
J.

Aspirations for the Young, 533.
Jahn's Hebrew Bible, 585,

Hymn, ib.

The Hearer's Silent Sabbath, 587
Jewish Synagogue, reflections in, 12.
Juvenile delinquency, 354.

From Edmeston's Lyrics, 588

Minister's Silent Sabbath, 641.
L.

Song of Miriam, 695.

Requiem, ib.
Lisbon inquisition, 52.

Falling Leaf, ib.
Literary notices, 56, 112, 168, 224, 279,

280, 336, 392, 448, 504, 560, 616, Popery in England, 179.
672.

Prayer-book and Homily Society, 332.
London Seamen's Societies, 109, 167, Protestant Society, 278, 320.
389, 502, 614, 671.

Public Meetings, 296.
Hibernian Society, 333.
Jews Society, 334.

.
Penitentiary, 390.

Quarterly Review, remarks on a paper

in, 185.

Queries, 77, 136, 419, 560.
Manchster barial ground, 558, 570.

Answers to, 190, 582.
Marriage Act, 467.
Meeting-houses, new, 108.

R.
Opened in 1822, 721.
Miracles of Scripture, 294.

Refuge for the Destitute, 503.
, Modern, 521.

Religion, the Pleasures of, 180.
Morton, meeting-house at, acknowledg. Robins, of Daventry, Letter from, 356.
ments of, 671.
N.

S.
Nature and Art, 403.

Sabbath, Profanation of, 219.
Newspaper details of Suicide, 691.

Seamen's Hospital, 223.
North Hants Association, 614.

Seat-rents, 573.
Self-examination, 300.

Sermon to Young People, preached in
0.

1703, 449.
Offences against public morality, 347.

School Societies, 333.
Ordinations, 503.

Scotland, Uniformity in, 108.
List of, for 1822, 71-8. Spain, Monasteries in, 53.
Original Letter of Rev. R. Prosty 693. Spiritual Mindedness, 401.

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