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PHILADELPHIA:
PUBLISHED BY J, J. WOODWARD,
NORTH-EAST CORNER OF MARKET AND SEVENTH STREETS.

1830.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

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162

171

HINTS FOR FORMING THE CHARACTER OF A

Page.

YOUNG PRINCESS.

nature of Christianity, and particularly adapted

Page. to the character of Man,

108

Chap. I-Introductory Chapter,

8 Chap. XXXVII–Or the Established Church of Eng-
Chap. 11 --On the Acquisition of Knowledge,

land,

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chap. 111-On the importance of forming the Mind, 10 Chap. xxxvIII-Superintendence of Providence

Chap. IV–The Education of a Suvereign a Specific manifested in the Local Circumstances, and in the

Education,

Religious History of England,

115

Chap. V-Importance of Studying Ancient History, 17 Chap. XXXIX-The same subject continued-To-
Chap. VI-Laws-Egype-Persia,

lerant Spirit of the Church--Circumstances which

Chap. VII-Greece,

led to the Revolution, and to the Providencial

Chap. Vill-Rome, -

Succession of the House of Hanover,

120

Chap. IX-Characters of Historians, who were them Chap. XL-On Christianity as a Principle of Action,
stives concerned in the transactions which they especially as it respects Supreme Rulers,

125
record,

27

Chap. X-Reflections on History-Ancient Histo-

CHRISTIAN MORALS.

rianas,

29 Chap. 1-On the writers ot Pious Books,

130

Chap. XI-English History-Mr. Hume,

32 Chap. 11-On Providence,

Chap Xli-Important Æras of Eoglish History Chap. III-Practical use of the Doctrine of Provi-

Alfred-King John-Henry VII.,

34 dence,

141

Chap. XIII-Queen Elizabeth,

36 Chap. IV–Thy will be done,

144

Chap. XIV-Moral Advantages to be drawn from Chap. V-On Parable,

148

:he Study of History, independent of the examples Chap. vi-On the Parable of the Talents,

151

it exhibits-It proves the Corruption of Huinan Chap. vil-On Influence, considered as a 'Talent 154

Nalure-It demonstrates the superintending Chap. Vill-On Time, considered as a Talent, 159

power of Providence--Illustrated by Instances, 38 Chap. IX-On Charity,

Chap. XV-On the Distinguishing Characters of Chap. X-On Prejudice,

166

Christianity,

42 Chap. XI-Particular Prejudices,

Chap. XVI-On the Seripture Evidences of Chris Chap. XII-Farther Causes of Prejudice,

175

tianity. The Christian Religion peculiarly adap Chap. XIII-Humility the only true Greatness,

177

ted to the Exigencies of Man; and especially cal Chap. XIV-On Retirement,

182

culated to supply the Defects of Heatben Philo. Chap. XV-Dangers and Advantages of Retirement 187

sophy,

45 Chap. XVI-An Inquiry, why suine Good Sort of

Chap. XVII–The use of History in teaching the People are not beiter,

190

Choice of Favourites-Plattery-Our Taste Im Chap. XVII-The Inquiry, why some Good Sort of

proved in the Arts of Adulation–The Dangers People are not better, continued,

193

of Flattery exemplified,

50 Chap. XVIII–Thoughts respectfully suggested to

Chap. XVIII-Religion Necessary to the Well-Be Good Sort of People,

198

ing of States,

64 Chap. XIX-On Habits.

202

Chap. xix-Integrity the true Political Wisdom, 59 Chap. XX-On the Inconsistency of Christians with

Chap. XX-On the True Arts of Popularity, 62 Christianity,

208

Chap. XXI-The importance of the Royal Exam-

Chap. XXI-Es postulation with the Inconsistent
ple in promoting Loyalıy-On False Patriotisme Christian,

211
Public Spirit,

65 Chap. XXIl-Reflections of an inconsistent Chris-

Chap. XXIl--On the Graces of Deportment- The tian after a serious perusal of the Bible,

216

Dispositions necessary for Business-Habits of Chap. XXIII–The Christian in the World,

217

Doinestic Life,

66 Chap. XXIV-Difficulties and Advantages of the

Chap. XXIII-On the Choice of Society-Sincerity Christian in the World,

221

the bond of Familiar Intercourse-Liberality-In Chap. XXV-Candidus,

227

stances of Ingratitude in Princes-On raising the Chap. XXVI–The established Christian,

232

tone of Conversation-And of Manners,

68

Chap. XXIV-On the Art of Moral Calculation, and

AN ESSAY ON THE CHARACTER AND PRACTI-

forming a Just Estimate of Things and Persons, 71

CAL WRITINGS OF ST. PAUL.

Chap. XXV-On Erroneous Judgment-Character Cbap. I-Introductory Remarks on the Morality of

of Queen Christina of Sweden-Comparison of Paganism, sbowing the necessity of Christian Re-

74 velation,

240

Chap. XXVI-Observations on the Age of Louis Chap. 11-on the Historical Writers of the New

xiv. and on Voltaire,

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Testament,

244

Chap. XXVII-An examination of the Claims of Chap. II-on the Epistolary Writers of the New

those Princes who aspired to the appellation of Testament, particularly Saint Paul,

248

the GREAT,

79 Chap. IV-Saint Paul's Faith, a practical principle 251

Chap XXVIIT-Books,

84 Chap. V-The Morality of Saint Paul,

Chap. XXIX-Of Periodical Essay Writers, par Chap. VI–The Disinterestedness of Saint Paul, 259

ricularly Addison and Johnson,

87 Chap. VII-Saint Paul's Prudence in his Conduct to

Chap. XXX-Books of Amtseinent,

90 ward the Jews,

263

Chap. XXXI-Books of Instruction,

94 Cliop. VIII-Saint Paul's Judgment in bis inter-

Chap. XXXII-The Holy Scriptures, The Old Tes course with the Pagans

268

tament,

95 Chap. IX-On the general Principle of Saint Paul's

Chap. XXXIII–The Holy Scriptures, The New Writings

273

Testament,

99 Chap. X-On the Style and Genius of Saint Paul, 278

Chap. XXXIV-On the abuse of Terins-Enthusi Chap. XI-Saint Paul's Tenderness of Heart,

asm-Superstition-Zeal for Religious opinions Chap. XII-Saint Paul's Heavenly Mindedness, 289

19 Proof of Religion,

102 Chap. XII-A general View of the Qualities of St.

Chap. XXXV-- The Reformation,

106 Paul-his Knowledge of Human Nature-his Deli-

Chap. XXXVI-On the importance of Religious In cacy in giving Advice or Reproof-his Integrity, 293

stitucions and Observances-They are suited to the Chap. XIY-Saint Paul on the Love of Money,

254

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