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Dwight, George
Dwight, Mrs. Mary
Dwight, Jonathan
Eager, William
Edwards, Elisha
Ellis, David
Ellis, Jonathan, Jr.
Emerson, George B.
Emmons, John L.
Everett, Otis
Fairbanks, Stephen
Fairbanks, Henry P.
Farley, Mrs. Frederick A.
Fearing, Albert
Fitch, Jeremiah
Fisher, Joshua
Foster, Charles W.
Fowle, C. S.
Foster, Charles A.
Foot, Homer
Francis, Eben
Frost, George
Gasset, Henry
Gould, Benjamin A.
Gould, Lewis
Gray, Harrison
Green, Ezra
Hammond, Samuel
Hammond, Daniel
Hall, Jacob
*Hall, Mrs. Edward B.
Hall, Sarah B.
Harrington, Joseph, Jr.
Hawes, Prince.
Hedge, Barnabas
Hewes, Abraham, Jr.
Hewett, H. N.
Heath, Charles

Hendee, Charles J.
Hickling, Charles
Howe, Zadock
Howe, John
Hoar, Samuel
Hodges, George
Holland, Mrs. F. W.
Howard, Johu
Howard, Charles
Howard, Abraham
Hunt, Nathaniel P.
Inches, Henderson
Inches, Miss
Jackson, Francis
Jernegan, Mrs. Mary
Johnson, James
Jones, Mrs. J. C.
*Johnson, Milton
Jones, Miss Charlotte
King, Gedney
King, Daniel P.
*Kubn, George H.
*Lawrence, Luther
Lawrence, William
Lawrence, Amos
Lamson, Benjamin
Lamson, John
Lane, George
Lewis, S. S.
Lewis, Mrs. S. S.
Lincoln, Oliver.
Lincoln, M. S.
Livermore, Isaac.
Livermore, George
Lord, George
Lord, Ivory
Lord, Mrs. Sarah C.
Low, Francis

Low, John J. Low, Mrs. Rachel Lombard, Ammi C. Loring, William J. Loring, J. May, Joseph May, Samuel Marsh, Ephraim Manley, John R. Manley, Miss Mary Mellen, Michael *Metcalf, E. W. Miles, Mrs. Henry A. Morgan, Charles W. Morton, Ichabod Munson, Israel Newell, J. R. Nichols, Charles C. Nichols, Miss C. K. Olmsted, Charles H. Orne, William W. Osborn, Kendall Osgood, Isaac Otis, Harrison G. Owen, John Parker, Daniel P. Parsons, Thomas Parsons, William Parkman, George * Parkman, Mrs. Sarah Peabody, Joseph Peabody, Mrs. W. B. 0. *Peele, Willard Perkins, Thomas H. * Pickman, T. Benjamin Pickman, Dudley L. Pierce, S. B. Pierce, John B.

Pray, Lewis G. Preble, William P. Prescott, William Prentiss, Johạ Phillips, Stephen C. Phillips, Hon. Jonathan Phillips, Mrs. John Putnam, Mrs. George Rantoul, Robert Rice, Henry Richardson, James B. Rhoades, Stephen. Roberts, Amos M. Rogers, John Rogers, John Gray Russell, John B. Russell, Nathaniel , Saunders, Mrs. Elizabeth Salisbury, Samuel Savage, James Seaver, George *Seaver, Charles Seaver, Benjamin Sewall, Daniel Shaw, Robert G. Shaw, Lemuel Shaw, Francis G. Shove, Jonathan Smith, Melancthon Smith, Mrs. D. Southwick, Philip R. Sprague, Noah P. *Stanton, Francis Stearns, Henry Stephens, Nathan Story, Joseph Swett, Samuel Sweetser, Samuel

Whitney,

Wheeler, Jonathan White, Charles White, Daniel A. Whitmarsh, Samuel Whitney, Jonathan

B. B. Willis, Williain Wilkinson, Simon Williams, Moses Williams, J. D. W.. Williams, David W. Williams, George F. Williams, John D. Williams, Isaac Worthington, William Wood, Mrs. J. V. Whittemore, George Willard, Miss Polly

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*Sullivan, William
St. John, Samuel
Stebbins, Festus
Townsend, Henry B.
Thayer, Mrs. Christopher T.
Thomson, John
Tucker, Richard D.
Tuckerman, Gustavus
Tufts, Mrs. Nathan
Wade, Eben
Wales, Samuel, Jr.
Ward, Artemas
Watts, Francis 0.
Ware, John
Weld, John D.
Weld, Daniel
Weld, Mrs. Martha
West, Nathaniel

VOL. XIV.-NO. 167.

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VOL. I.

Cents.
No. 1. The Faith once delivered to the Saints. By H. Ware,

Jr.
No. 2. One Hundred Scriptural Arguments for the Unitarian
Faith.

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No. 3. On Human Depravity. By Edmund Q. Sewall,
No. 4. Omniscience the Attribute of the Father only. By
Joseph Hutton.

5 No 5. On Religious Phraseology. By Orville Dewey.

5 No. 6. A Letter on the Principles of the Missionary Enterprise. By Joseph Tuckerman.

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No. 7. The Unitarian's Answer. By Orville Dewey.
No. 8. A Discourse on the Evidences of Revealed Religion.

By William E. Channing.
No. 9. Cause of the Progress of Liberal Christianity in New

England. By James Walker.
No. 10. Remarks on a Popular Error respecting the Lord's

Supper. By F. W. P. Greenwood.
No. 11. Unitarianism Vindicated against the Charge of not

going far enough. By James Walker.

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Vol. II.
No. 12. A Dialogue on Providence, Faith and Prayer.
No. 13. A Discourse on being Born again. By Mrs. Bar-

bauld.
No. 14. On Experimental Religion. By Converse Francis.
No. 15. The Doctrine of Pronouns applied to Christ's Testi-

mony of himself. By Noah Worcester No. 16. On some Corruptions of Scripture. By Joseph Allen. 5

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No. 17. On Tests of True Religion. By Orville Dewey.
No. 13. On the Evidence necessary to establish the Doctrine

of the Trinity. By Samuel C. Thatcher.
No. 19. The Apostle Paul a Unitarian. By Caleb Stetson.
No. 20. On the Doctrine of Two Natures in Jesus Christ. By

Alvan Lamson.
No. 21. A Dialogue on some of the Causes of Infidelity.
No. 22. Excuses for the Neglect of the Communion consider.

ed. By Samuel Barrett.
No. 23. A Dialogue between a Christian and a Deist.
No. 24. Divine Revelation advocated and illustrated.
No. 25. The Divine Authority of the Christian Revelation

acknowledged.

Vol. III.
No. 26. On the Original Text of the New Testament.
No. 27. The Power of Unitarianism over the affections. By

John Brazer.
No. 23. The Doctrine of Religious Experience explained and

enforced. By Samuel Barrett.
No. 29. Unitarian Christianity free from objectionable Ex-

tremes. By Samuel Gilman.
No. 30. On the New Testament conformed to Griesbach's

Text. By F. W. P. Greenwood.
No. 31. The Danger of Delay. By William Ware.
No. 32. The Theology of the Cambridge Divinity School. By

F. W. P. Greenwood.
No. 33. On Christian Salvation. By Bernard Whitman,
No. 34. The Divinity of Jesus Christ. By George Ripley.
No. 33. The Genius of Christianity. By William H. Firness.
No. 36. Evangelical Unitarianism adapted to the Poor and

Unlearned. By Alexander Young.
No. 37. Practical Infidelity briefly considered in reference to

the Present Times. No. 38. Thoughts on Vital Religion.

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