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CONTENTS.


No.

  1. Thoughts on the Ministerial Commission, respectfully addressed to the Clergy.
  2. The Catholic Church.
  3. Thoughts respectfully addressed to the Clergy on alterations in the Liturgy.
  4. Adherence to the Apostolical Succession the safest Course.
  5. A short Address to his Brethren on the Nature and Constitution of the Church of Christ, and of the Branch of it established in England. By a Layman.
  6. The Present Obligation of Primitive Practice.
  7. The Episcopal Church Apostolical.
  8. The Gospel a Law of Liberty.
  9. On shortening the Church Service.
  10. Heads of a Week-day Lecture, delivered to a Country Congregation in ——shire.
  11. The Visible Church. Letters I. and II.
  12. Bishops, Priests, and Deacons.
  13. Sunday Lessons.—The Principle of Selection.
  14. The Ember Days.
  15. On the Apostolical Succession of the English Church.
  16. Advent.
  17. The Ministerial Commission a Trust from Christ for the Benefit of his People.
  18. Thoughts on the Benefits of the System of Fasting enjoined by our Church.
  19. On Arguing concerning the Apostolical Succession.
  20. The same continued. Letter III.
  21. Mortification of the Flesh a Scripture Duty.
  22. The Athanasian Creed.
  23. The Faith and Obedience of Churchmen, the Strength of the Church.
  24. The Scripture View of the Apostolic Commission.
  25. Bishop Beveridge on the great Necessity and Advantage of Public Prayer.
  26. Bishop Beveridge on the Necessity and Advantage of frequent Communion.
  27. Bishop Cosin on the Doctrine of the Eucharist.
  28. The same continued.
  29. Christian Liberty; or, Why should we belong to the Church of England? By a Layman.
  30. The same continued.
  31. The Reformed Church.
  32. The Standing Ordinances of Religion.
  33. Primitive Episcopacy.
  34. Rites and Customs of the Church.
  35. The People's Interest in their Minister's Commission.
  36. Account of Religious Sects at present existing in England.
  37. Bishop Wilson's Form of Excommunication.
  38. Via Media.—No. I.
  39. Bishop Wilson's Form of receiving Penitents.
  40. Baptism.
  41. Via Media.—No. II.
  42. Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 1.—Sunday.
  43. Length of the Public Service.
  44. Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 2.—Monday.
  45. The Grounds of our Faith.
  46. Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 3.—Tuesday.


RECORDS OF THE CHURCH.

  1. Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians.
  2. Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians.
  3. The Apostle St. John and the Robber.
  4. Epistle of Ignatius to Polycarp.
  5. Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians.
  6. Account of the Martyrs of Lyons and Vienne.