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THE

CHRISTIAN DISCIPLE.

PUBLISHED MONTHLY.

Vol. VI.

FOR MDCCCXVIII,

SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE."-ST PAUL.

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CONTEXTS OF VOLUME VI,

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Address of Rhode Island Peace

Emperor of Russia

Society

160 Ukase of

94

Advice of Locke

199 do.

373

Anniversary Celebrations 247 Evils of an uncandid spirit 79

Annual Meetings
191 Exertions of Friends

46

Attempt to remove misapprehen-

83

sions

211

Asylum for Deaf and Dumb 257 Facts Reported

Attempt to illustrate an obscure

Facts, Important

254

passage

356

351

Fragments

281

Barbarity, consummate

Freedom of Inquiry

97

Bodhu Priests

287 Fulfilling of Prophecy, &c. 118

Butchery, cruel

318

Gol a wise and tender Father 6

Candid Reflections, &c.

120 God's treatment of Cain

114

Character of Rev. T. Prentiss 1

150
Boerhaave
17 Good Resolutions

298
Gregoire

42 Good government, way to secure 103
Ann Hutchinson
52 Gift of the spirit

54

Rer, 8. C. Thacher

141

Rev. Professor McKean 181 Hindoo Chinese Gleaner

190
- Dr. Rittenhouse
193 Horrid Commerce

318
- D. M. Manni

232
Miss E. Smith
257 Imprompíu

117

Mrs. S. Wright

321

Importance of self knowledge 130

Dr. C. Wistar

329 Illustrations, &c.

147

-. Mrs. Abigail Adams
364

207
Charitable Sectarians

273
Christian Union
93

300

Sobriety

166 Indian Minister

178

Christians, Inconsistency of 16 Indians, Oneida

350
called to peace
272 Seneca

157
Consolation for Mourners

111
Philanthropy to

316
Criminal offences in England 280 Indulgence for Robbery

119

Conversion of the Jews

382 Infidel reclaimed

360

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Lessons useful, &c.

119 Report of Massachusetts Peace

Letter from a Calmuck Prince 61 Society.

25

India

62 - Propagating the gospel Society 28

Peacham

94 New York Society

89

- T. Clarkson

156 Ladies' Association

95

King of Hayti

157 American Colonization Soc. 194

Ohio

158 Massachusetts Bible Society 219

Mr. Morrison

189 British and Foreign B. S. 284

Merchant in Cologne

254

Plymouth and Norfolk B. S. 345

Catholic Clergyman

Fragment Society

347

- one Clergyman to another 291 Review of Warner's Sermon 33

Eimio

348 Memoirs of A. Benezet

65

Liverpool

350 Colman's Sermon

71

Lewis Way

370 Chalmer's Sermon

201

Elder of the Jews

372 Massacre of Indians

225

from Bethlehem, Penn. 378 of 1818

353
Liberality in the Pope
218 Remarkable Contrast

223

Literature of Hayti

185 * Events

279

Lewchews

171

Remarks on Matt. xxi. 19 343

Reflections on American Indians 136
Mallet on Human Sacrifices 328 - on various subjects

258
Ministers not useless

106 Religious Denominations in Penn. 100
Murders, fashionable, &c. 325 "Religious Convention

121

Religion, pleasures of

307

Narratives Moral and Religious 19 useful in affliction

334
- has pleasures peculiar

337
Oaths, Friends' views of

277
Objections to abolition of Capital

Society, Harmonist

12
Punishment
213 Prudent Man's Friend

59
239 of Saints

86

American Bible

95

Piety of Christ to be imitated 55

315

Prayer of Tillotson
113

349
Praying Machines
150 Hibernian

126
Prejudices against Inoculation 104 Protection

261

Progress of light respecting Afri-

New-Jersey Bible

316

23 Hillsboro' B. and C.

ib.

Prohibitions for the good of man 304 Rhode Island Bible

349

Portland Female Charitable Soc. 383 American Education

350

Portsmouth Peace Society ib. state of in Virginia

312

244

Prospectus of an important work 380 Speech of an Indian Chief

Poetry-Christmas Hymn

25 of Mr. Simeon

186

- self examination
58 Sabbath Schools

223

Religion

ib.

349

Complacency in Infants 88

289

Sketches of M. Luther
- Tribute of Respect

155
Mariners Preserved

ib. Transportation of Convicts 94
· Wars with Indians
219 True Greatness

133
The Sailor

256
On governing the passions, 282 Wandering Arabs

338
Thy will be done

283 Wicked-why live and prosper 228

Death of a Child

ib. Word of God preferable, &c. 323

Lines for a sampler

284
God is there

314 0 Ordinations, Obituary notices,

Marco the African

344 and the list of candidates for the minis-

New-Year Eve

369 trywill be uniforınly found at the close

Wisdom the principal thing 370 of the several Numbers,

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NOTICE

OF

THE

LIFE

CHARAOTER

OF

AND

REV. THOMAS

PRENTISS. We trust that the impreg- to embody the recollections, sions made upon the public which are now so vivid, of his mind by the death of Mr. Pren- amiable and excellent character, tiss were not of so transient a

not only as a just tribute to his kind, as to render an apology memory, but as affording an ex. necessary for introdueing into ample inostwortliy of the imithis miscellany the following tation of others. memoir of his life. His friends It was the bappiness of Mr. take a melancholy pleasure in Prentiss, to spend the first years recalling the memory of one, of his life in a situation most who was associated with them favourable for the growth of in many interesting scenes. virtuous principles and good Some of them remember the habits. His father, the Rev. years of his childhood and Dr. P. of whom a brief notice youth, and had opportunity to was given in the second volume witness the gradual develop- of the Christian Disciple, page ·ment of those intellectual pow. 297, was universally esteemed ers and moral qualities, which a man of eminent piety and made him the object of so many worth. Under his instructions, affections and hopes. It was he acquired the elements of our privilege to be reckoned in learning, and the principles of the number of his earliest religion. friends. We saw him in every It was no common privilege stage of his progress, and had to spend the important and crithis sympathy in all our sorrows ical period of childhood and and joys. It is painful, alas ! early youth in such a school of i to reflect that the friend, en.. virtue, and he has often exdeared by so long an intimacy, pressed to me his deep sense of is removed from our side, and obligation to his beloved and that we are left to pursue our

revered father. Indeed his fil. journey alone.

iai piety was one of the distin. But we must not indulge our gnishing traits of his character : privale sorrows. It is our wish. to his parents be was every Vol. VI. No. 1.

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