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No. 127. What is Truth? By Andrew Peabody.
No. 128. A Young Man's Account of his Conversion from

Calvinism, A Statement of Facts.
No. 129. True Grounds of Christian Unity. By George

Putnam.
No 130. A Rational Faith competent to the Wants of Man.
No. 131. The Thirteenth Report of the American Unitarian

Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual
Meeting, May 29, 1838.

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Vol. XII.

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No. 132. The Duty of Promoting Christianity by the Circula

tion of Books. By H. Ware, Jr.
No. 133. The Future Life. By William F. Channing, D. D.
No. 134. Repentance the Ground of Forgiveness. By Joseph

Hutton, LL. D.
No. 135. The Worship of the Father, a Service of Gratitude

and Joy. By William E. Channing, D. D.
No. 136. Reason and Revelation. By A. A. Livermore.
No. 137. Fidelity in Duty, not accuracy in Belief, our Test

of the Christian Character. By A. P. Peabody.
No. 138. The Unitarian Reform. By James F. Clarke.
No. 139. Truths joined by God not to be sundered by Man.

By Samuel Osgood,
No. 140. On the Atonement. By Edward B. Hall,
No. 141. Unitarianism Vindicated against the Charge of

Skeptical Tendencies. By James Walker.
No. 142. Remarks on the Sacred Scriptures, and on Belief

and Unbelief. By Orville Dewey.
No. 143, The Fourteenth Report of the American Unitarian

Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual
Meeting, May 29, 1839.

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VOL. XIII.
No. 144. On Mystery, Reason and Faith. By Rev. E. Pea-

body.
No. 145. Who was Jesus Christ? By Rev. Geo. F.Simmons.

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No. 146 Jesus Christ the Chief Corner Stone. By Rev. G.

R. Noyes, D. D.
No. 147. How to Spend a Day. By Henry Ware, Jr., D. D.
No. 148. Life and Character of the Rev, Aaron Bancroft, D.

D. By Rev. Alonzo Hill.
No. 149. Atonement. By Rev. Ezra S. Gannett.
No. 150. Thoughts for the New Year on the Duty of Improve-

ment. By Henry Ware, D. D.
No. 151. The Moral Power of Christ's Character. By Rev.

E. Peabody,
No. 152. Christian Views of Human Suffering. By William

E. Channing, D. D.
No. 153. Watch and Pray. By Rev. Robert C, Waterston,
No. 154. Practical Goodness the True Religion. By Rev. F.

H. Hedge.
No. 155. The Fifteenth Report of the American Unitarian

Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual
Meeting, May 26, 1840.

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Vol. XIV.
No. 156. The Doctrine of the Cross. By Rev.J. W. Thomp-

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No. 157. The One Thing Needful. By Rev. Thomas B. Fox,
No. 158. The Scripture Doctrine of Regeneration. By Rev.

C. W. Upham.
No. 159. The Power of Unitarian Christianity to produce an
Enlightened and Fervent Piety.

By W. E.
Channing, D. D.
No. 160. An Individual Faith. By Rev. George E. Ellis.
No. 161. How to Spend Holy Time. By Rev. H. Ware, Jr.
No. 162. On the New Birth. By Rev. Frederick T. Gray.
No. 163. On Prayer. By Rev. John H. Morrison.
No. 164. Reasons Offered by Samuel Eddy, LL. D., Late

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, for his Opinions to the First Baptist Church in Providence, from which he was compelled to

withdraw for Heterodoxy. No. 165. Man born upright By Rev. A. B. Muzzey.

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No. 166. Unitarianism Defined and Defended; being Extracts

from Lectures delivered at Liverpool in 1839, by three Unitarian Ministers, in Answer to Lectures against Unitarianism, by thirteen Clergymen of

the Episcopal Sect.
No. 167. The Sixteenth Report of the American Unitarian

Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual
Meeting, May 25, 1841. ,

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No. 1. Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered. By

William E. Channing.
No. 2. A Serious and Friendly Address to the Anxious In-

quirer.
No. 3. One God and One Mediator.
No. 4. The Apostles' Creed, as contained in their Public Dis-

courses. No. 5. Two Objections to the right and duty of Free Inquiry

and Private Judgment answered. By Jonathan May

hew.
No. 6. Suggestions respecting the Formation of Auxiliaries

to the A. U. A.
No. 7. Funeral Consolations. By Thomas Emlyn.
No. 8. A Pastoral Letter by a Unitarian Minister.
No. 9. Ejaculatory Prayer, Daily Use of Scripture. By Jo-

seph Tuckerman.
No. 10. On Revivals. By Jonathan Farr.
No. 11. Twenty Questions to Trinitarians, with Answers from

Scripture. By James Kay.
No. 12. A Funeral Address. By Rev. Samuel Ripley.

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American Unitarian Association, “First Disciples,” Liverpool Con.

its Sixteenth Report, 321. troversy, 266.
Auxiliary Associations, the num- - Doctrine of the Cross,” page 1.
ber forined the past year, 331. I. I go back to the time of the

Crucifixion, and first look at the
B.

subject from that point of ob-

servation. II. Let me now
Barrett, Rev. Samuel, a vote of endeavor to show, in the second

thanks to him by the Ameri- place, how the death Christ

can Unitarian Association, 328. contributes directly, and pow-
Book and Pamphlet Society, some erfully, to the accomplishment
account of it, 331.

of this object. II. In the
Boston, a new Society formed third place, the death of Christ
there the past year, 334.

abolished the distinction be-

tween Jews and Gentiles. IV.
C,

Once more. It was necessary

that the Savior should die for
Councillors of the American Uni- his own sake, with reference
tarian Association, 327.

to his own personal benefit.
Clarke, Rev. James F., his re- “ Doctrine of the Trinity,” Liv-

marks at the Annual Meeting, erpool Controversy, 289.
357.

Destitute Societies, some account
Creeds, the foes of heavenly of them, 332.
saith," Liverpool Controversy,
303.

E.
“ Christ crucified and Christ glo-

rified,” Liverpool Controversy, Ellis, Rev. George E., his Tract,
276.

133.
Channing, Rev. Dr., his Tract, Eddy, Samuel, LL. D., his Tract,

“ The Power of Unitarian 217.
Christianity to produce an en- Executive Committee of the
lightened and fervent Piety," American Unitarian Associa-
89.

tion, 326.
Council of the American Unita-
tarian Association, its Officers

F.
and Committees, 361.
“ Christianity not the property of Fox, Rev. Thomas B., his Tract,

Critics and Scholars," Liver- 33,
pool Controversy, 272. Francis, Rev. Dr.,' 328.
VOL. XIV.NO. 167.

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