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Albanius, the hermit, his reflections on fafting,
Allegory, ii. 295..
Altercations between husband and wife, ii. 299.
Amusements, ii. 255.
Anticipation of miseries, wrong, i. 109.
Antinomians, their abfurd and licentious tenets cen-
sured, ii. 1.
Apoftles, their evidence, i. 89.
Arabs, their peculiar game, ii. 11.
Assembly, Seeking, its establishment, i. 192.
Auguflus (the emperor)his reply to his comforters,ii. 201,
Bath, letter from, ii. 254.
Beau and viper, a fable, i. 305. "
Bee, Ant and Sparrow, a fable, ii. 199.
Bedell, Bp. recommended as an example, i. 38. --,
Beggars, common, a great nuisance, ii. 109.
Behaviour of a lunatic in the walks of Lincoln's inn,
Benevolence and compassion, excellence of, ii. 89.
Benvolio, amiable in retirement, i. 32.
Birtb, its little worth without virtue, i. 42.
Candid, Philanthropy, Esq; visited by his printer and
bookseller, &c. undertakes the Visitor, i. i.
account of his family, i. 7.
Charities, public, their excellence, i. 116.-254.
Charity, essay on, i. 254
Christian System, papers on the excellence of, i, 201.
--227-260. ii. 110-160—260.
Christian, the fincere, must be happy, i. 204. -
City. Asembly, i. 100. See Selima Seeker.
Clergy vindicated, i. 83.
animadverted on, ii. 126.
Clemency in commanders applauded, ii. 89.
Comfort, Christian religion full of, ii. 261.
Death of Christ considered, i. 74.
Death of his late majesty, refleétions on, ii. 118.
Debtor, a poor one, his distress, i. 167...
Dependance on God, i. 299.
Devotion, languors in, unavoidable, ii. 288.
Dispositions differentin life, ii. 27. '..
Divine favour a sense of, the greatest happiness, ii.
Douglas (Dr.) his criterion quoted, i. 244.
Dyer, Mr. fine passage from his Fleece, ii. 141.
Education, wrong, its pernicious consequences, i. 61.
Egotism censured, ii. 157..
Epitaph on an infant, i. 165:
Equation (Mr.) a philomath, his character, ii. 46.
Eugenio, his custom on New-year's-day, ii. 221.
Euripides, a line of his quoted, i. 34. .
Fable of the stag, i. 111.
of the beau and viper, i. 306. : .
of the bee, sparrow and ant, ii. 199.
Fair sex defended, ii. 174. ..
Faith, its excellence, i. 73
Fajling, public, on, ii. 266.
Feast of the sons of clergy, an account of, i. 115.
Fenelon (M.) one of his dialogues of the dead, i. 210.
Ferrers (lord) reflections on his fad fate, i, 40.
Fejlivals, Christian, prove the truth of our religion, i.55.
Folly of passing a hafty judgment on noxious animals,
Free-will, on, ii. 204.
Fuggers, famous merchants, a story concerning them, '
Gaming, remarks on, ii. 9.
Glazier, a letter from, on the general mourning, ii. 152. .
Good-Friday, meditations written for that day, i. 53.
, ii. 272.
Good, a proper appellation of George the 3d, ii. 283.
Gratitude, remarks on, ii. 172.
Guittar (Harry) his passion for music, ii, 30.
Happiness, where to be found, i. 174.-191.
Harvej, reflections on, i. 288–269..
Hafty (Mr.) his character, ii. 168.
Holy Spirit, a paper on the descent of, i. 133.
Hooker (Mr.) author of ecclefiaftical polity, fond of
privacy and contemplation, i. 21.
Januarius (St.) liquefaction of his blood at Naples,
Immortality of the soul, argument in proof of, i. 278.
Ingratitude, often wrongly charged, ii. 168.
Indian Tale i. 174-179—186.
Infidəlity, no excuse can be made for, i. 201.
Innholder, one in Normandy murders a young officer,
who proves to be his son, i. 284. ;
Intercourse with God, man's highest happiness, ii. 251.
genuine test of, ii. 287.
Fortin (Dr.) a quotation from his discourses on Chri-
ftianity, ii. ill.
Ireland, method of improving religion in, i. 36.
Knowledge mutual, in the future world remarks on,ï.21,
Law, evil of, i. 208.
Leaves of trees, moral instructions from, ü. 180.
Letter from Bath on dissipation and extravagance, 1.254.
Letters after names, ridiculed, i. 235
Lipfius, ftory of, ii. 266.
Liquefaction of St. Januarius's blood at Naples, i. 219.
Love-the-flesh, Jerry, an example of a citizen's retire-
ment, i, 19.
Loveform (Mr.) a seaman, his odd speech, ii. 49.
Magdalen, a letter from a grateful one, i. 47–60.
Magdalen, a real hiftory of one, i. 60.
Magdalen-house, the excellence of that institution, i. 47
Magiscatzin, his search after happiness, i. 174.
Maria, an unhappy young woman, her letter to the
author, ii. 228.
Men employed by the ladies in women's business, i. 104.
Merchants, respectable, ii. 135.
Ministers recommended to visit persons ill of the small.
· pox, ii. 306.
Miracles prove the truth of christianity, i. 91.
Monitor, his reflections on the clergy answered, i. 81.
Morality of the christian system, its excellence, ii. 110.
Mother's distress for the loss of her infant, i. 158.
Mourning, public, in little tradesmen's wives ridicul'd,
comforted, i. 163,
Mountains, their use and beauty, i. 144.
Murray (Mr.) extract from his letter to Mr. Pitt, ii. 95.
Nativity of our Lord, remarks on, ii. 212-223"
Nature of God, best made known byl the Christian re-
ligion, i. 228-260.
Newton (Bp.) a quotation from his book on the pro
phecies, ii. 139. New Year's-day, reflections on, ii. 217.
- a hymn for, 222.. Nobility (young) advice to, i. 41. Obedience, universal, best test of communion with God,
ii. 287. Ocean, reflections on, ii. 33-53-62—70-96. Optimist, not of the family of the Candids, i. 15. . Patience, strongest motives to, offered by christianity,
ii. 260. Peter (the great) his behaviour in his last moments,
i. 269. Pindar, his eulogium on water, ii. 65. . Predeflinarians, their opinions censured, ii. 193. Prisoners for debt, proposal for their redemption re
commended, i. 173. 'Prophecies fulfilled in Chrift, ii. 172. . Prophecies, ii. 212-272. Prostitutes, a nuisance to our streets, and a scandal to
our police, ii. 105.
Providence, ii. 268.
Psalm XIII. a poetical version of, ii. 252.
Psalm XLII. a poetical version of, ii. 291.
Psalm CVII. its beauties compar'd with Homer and
Virgil, ii. 71.
Punishment, eternal, remarks on, ii. 162.
Quaker, a letter from one to the Visitor, i. 96.
a second letter from the same, i. 122.
Reason, its province, i. 144.
Redemption, on, i. 73. -
Resurrection, on, i. 88.
Retirement, on, i. 15-29.
Routs, city, rebuked by a quaker, i. 130.
Rules, four, to prove the veracity of any fact, i. 56.
*Sale (Mr:) quotations from his Koran, ii. 9.
Sampson Gideon, i. 120.
Sea, a poem, ii. 39. -
Seeker (Miss Selima) her letters to the Visitor, i. 100.
192. . 41-186. Self-tormenting, common but absurd, i. 109. Simonides, tranflation from him, ii. 184.
Simonides, the poet, his wisdom commended by Cir
cero, i. 145.
Slander, its baleness, i. 250.
Small-pox, a formidable visitation, ii. 304.
Societies for promoting christian knowledge recom.
mended, i. 35.
Spirit, Holy, on its defcent, i. 133.
Squire. (Bp.) extract from his fermon, ii. 282.
Story, an affecting one of an inn-keeper, i, 280.
Storm, description of, ii. 75.
Sweepstakes (Thomas) his character, ii. 28.
Sympatheticos, his letter to the Visitor, on the folly of
false pleasure, and the excellence of benevolence,
Thomson (Mr.) his seasons quoted, ii. 67.
Timander, his character, ii. 300.
Timander and his wife their unpleasing contentions,
Time of Christ's birth, ii. 212.
Tomewell (Mr.) his passion for the rust of antiquity,
Tradesman, character of one half-crazed with politics,
Tradesmen, advice to, concerning retirement from bu-
Trade, its advantages, ii, 135.
Tristram Shandy, a quaker's rebuke of, i. 98—122.
Trinity, an essay on, i. 143.
Trouble-all (Mrs.) her character, i. 249.
finess, i. 22. .
Valiere de la (Madam) mistress to Lewis XIV. her
behaviour, ii. 177.
Vanity of human life and human pleasures, ii. 180.
Verses on seeing lady H-in tears at the Magdalen
chapel, ii. 164.
Virgil's description of a storm, ii. 76.
Visitation, an account of one by a foreigner, i 221.
Vision, on our national charities, i. 254. .
War, its mischiefs, ii. 89.
Wheat, its prodigious increase, i. 301.
Winters.day in London, its beauties, i. 106.
Young, Dr. fine passage of his considered, i. 775
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