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In fcap. 8vo. price 4s. 6d., A BIBLICAL and THEOLOGICAL DICTION. ARY for Bible Classes, Sunday School Teachers, and Young Christians generally; designed as an Illustrative Commentary on the sacred Scriptures. With numerous Wood Engravings. By SAMUEL GREEN, Walworth.
In 1 Vol. 8vo., bound in cloth, price 10s. 6d., A TEXT BOOK OF POETRY: Comprising a History of the Council of Trent, and a complete view of the theological system of Popery. By J. M. Cramp. Second Edition, revised and ~ enlarged.
“ A complete exposure of the imposture of the papal religion, by authorities the most unexceptionable, the most decisive, and the most condemning.”—Mendham's Memorials of the Council of Trent, p. 156.
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A HEBREW AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY, containing all the Hebrew and Chaldee Words used in the Old Testament, arranged under one Alphabet, the derivatives referred to their respective Roots, and their Significations in English ; with Vocabularies of all the Roots with their Significations, and the principal English Words with their Corresponding Words in Hebrew. By Joseph SAMUEL C. F. Frey, Editor of a New Edition of “ Vanderhooght's Hebrew Bible,” Author of a Hebrew Grammar, &c. &c.
In 12mo., New Edition, bound in cloth, price 2s.6d., The YOUTHFUL FEMALE MISSIONARY, a Brief Memoir of MARY ANN HUTCHINS, wife of the Rev. John Hutchins, Baptist Missionary, Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica, and daughter of the Rev. T. Middleditch, of Ipswich. Compiled chiefly from her own Correspondence, by her father. The only Monthly Magazine designed for Ministers and Students.
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MEMOIR of Mrs. ANN H. JUDSON, Wife of the Rev. Adoniram Judson, Missionary to Burmah, including a History of the American Baptist Mission in that Empire. By James D. KNOWLES, Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. 10th edition. With a Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Judson, and a Map of Burmah. 18mo. bound in cloth, price 3s 6d.
BIOGRAPHICAL RECOLLECTIONS of the Rev. ROBERT HALL, A.M. By J. W. Morris. 8vo. (536 pp.) bound in cloth, price 10s. 6d.
The late Mr. Mack was on a visit at Bristol, in December, 1827, and in conversation with Mr. Hall mentioned the intended Memoir, and the name of the writer. Mr. Hall was startled, and instantly exclaimed, “Memoirs of my life, Sir ? I cannot imagine there is anything worth writing about me. But if it must be so, there is no person I should prefer to the author of Mr. Fuller's Memoirs. My only objection would be lest the partiality of friendship should overcharge the portrait.”— Vide Preface.
MEMOIRS of the Rev. SAMUEL PEARCE, A.M., originally compiled by the Rev. ANDREW Fuller, now re-published, with considerabls Additions, by W. H. PEARCE, Missionary (Calcutta), with a Plate, containing Portraits of Pearce, Thomas, Carey, Fuller, and Ryland. Neatly bound in cloth, price 4s.
A GUIDE FOR TRUE PILGRIMS and TOUHSTONE for DECEIVED SOULS. By S. BEAUFOY, Minister of the Gospel. To which is prefixed a Short Account of the Author. Revised by the late T. WILLIAMS, Editor of “ The Cottage Bible,” &c. 32mo. cloth, price 1s.
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MEMOIR OF WILLIAM FOX, Esq. Founder of the Sunday School Society, comprising the History of the Origin and First Twenty Years of that Benevolent and Useful Institution ; with the Correspondence on the Subject between William Fox, Esq., and Robert Kaikes, Esq., of Gloucester, the Father of the Sunday School System, and other distinguished Persons. By JOSEPH Ivimey. With a well executed Portrait of Mr. Fox. Neatly bound in cloth, price 2s.
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