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

Jr . .4

No. 2. One Hundred Scriptural Arguments for the Unitarian

Faith. . . . . .2

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

Joseph Hutton. . . . . .5

No. 5. On Religious Phraseology. By Orville Dewey. . S No. 6. A Letter on the Principles of the Missionary Enterprise. By Joseph Tuckerman. . 5 No. 7. The Unitarian's Answer. By Orville Dewey. . 6

No. 8. A Discourse on the Evidences of Revealed Religion.

By William E. Channing. . . .5

No. 9. Cause of the Progress of Liberal Christianity in New

England. By James Walker. . . .3

No. 10. Remarks on a Popular Error respecting the Lord's

Supper. By F. W. P. Greenwood. . . 2

No. II. Unitarianism Vindicated against the Charge of not

going tar enough. By James Walker. . . 4

Vol. II.

No. 12. A Dialogue on Providence, Faith and Prayer. . 4 No. 13. A Discourse on being Born again. By Mrs. Bar

bauld. ...... 3

No. 14. On Experimental Religion. By Converse Francis. 4 No. 15. The Doctrine of Pronouns applied to Christ's Testimony of himself. By Noah Worcester . . 5 No. 16. On some Corruptions of Scripture. By Joseph Allen. 5 No. 17. On Tests of True Religion. By Orville Dewey. 4 No. 18. On the Evidence necessary to establish the Doctrine

of the Trinity. By Samuel C. Thatcher. . 3

No. 19. The Apostle Paul a Unitarian. By Caleb Stetson. 5 No. 20. On the Doctrine of Two Natures in Jesus Christ. By

Alvan Lamson. . . . . .5

No. 21. A Dialogue on some of the Causes of Infidelity. 4 No. 22. Excuses for the Neglect of the Communion considered. By Samuel Barrett. . . .4

No. 23. A Dialogue between a Christian and a Deist. . 4

No. 24. Divine Revelation advocated and illustrated. . 4

No. 25. The Divine Authority of the Christian Revelation

acknowledged. . . . . .4

Vol. III.

No. 26. On the Original Text of the New Testament. . 4 No. 27. The Power of Unitarianism over the affections. By

John Brazer. . . . . .4

No. 28. The Doctrine of Religious Experience explained and

enforced. By Samuel Barrett. . . .4

No. 29. Unitarian Christianity free from objectionable Ex- 4

tremes. By Samuel Oilman. . . .4 No. 30. On the New Testament conformed to Griesbach's

Text. By F. W. P. Greenwood. . . .4 No. 31. The Danger of Delay. By William Ware. . 5

No. 32. The Theology of the Cambridge Divinity School. By

F. W. P. Greenwood. . . . .3 No. 33. On Christian Salvation. By Bernard Whitman. . 6 No. 34. The Divinity of Jesus Christ. By George Ripley. 4 No. 35. The Genius of Christianity. By William H. Furness. 4 No. 36. Evangelical Unitarianism adapted to the Poor and

Unlearned. By Alexander Young. . . 4 No. 37. Practical Infidelity briefly considered in reference to

the Present Times. . . . .3

No. 38. Thoughts on Vital Religion. . . .3 Vol. IV.

No. 39. On the Exclusive System. By James Walker. . . 5

No. 40. The Importance and Method of Early Religious Edu-
cation. By Henry Montgomery. . . <5

No. 41. On Prejudice. By Samuel J. May. . . .3

No. 42. The Prospects and Claims of Pure Christianity. By

John G. Palfrey. . . . .5

No. 43. The Beneficial Tendency of Unitarianism. By Lant

Carpenter. . . . . .4

No. 44. An Explanation of the Words, " By nature Children
of Wrath," found in Ephesians ii. 3. By F. A.
Farley. ...... 2

No. 45. An Essay for the Understanding of St. Paul's Epis-
tles. By John Locke. . . . .4

No. 46. On Piety at Home. By Caleb Stetson. . . 2

No. 47. The Antiquity and Revival of Unitarian Christianity.

By William Ware. . . . . .4

No. 48. Mr. Tuckerman's Seventh Semi-annual Report of his

Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. . S

No. 49. The Reports of the American Unitarian Association,

prepared for the Sixth Anniversary, May, 24,1831. 6

Vol. V.

No. 50. A Comparison of the Good and Evil of Revivals. By

E. S. Gannett. . .... 4

No. 51. An Answer to the Question, Why are you a Christ-
ian? By John Clarke. . . . . 5

No. 52. The Scripture Doctrine of Redemption by Jesus

Christ. By Lant Carpenter. . . .2

No. 53. On Change of Heart. By Cazneau Palfrey. . 3

No. 54. Mr. Tuckerman's Eighth Semi-annual Report. . 6
No. 55. The Apostle Peter a Unitarian. By Samuel Barrett. 4
No. 56. On Substitutes for Religion. By John Pierpont. . 4
No. 57. On Zeal. By Joseph Field. . . .3

No. 58. An Outline of the Testimony of Scripture against the

Trinity. By Henry Ware, Jr. . .4

No. 59. What is it to be a Unitarian? By Edward B. Hall. 4
No. 60. Mr. Tuckerman's Ninth Semi-annual Report. . 6

No. 61. The Reports of the American Unitarian Association
presented at the Seventh Anniversary, May 29th,
1832. . . . . . «

Vol.. VI.

No. 62. The Gospel Exhibited in a Unitarian Minister's

Preaching. By George R. Noyes. . . 5

No. 63. The Christian Change described by the Apostle Peter.

By Converse Francis. . . . .3

No. 64. Unitarians entitled to the name of Christians. By

Joseph Hutton, LL. D. . . .4

No. 65. My Religious Experience at my Native Home. By

Warren Burton. . • . . .5

No. 66. Mr. Tuckerman's Tenth Semi-annual Report, as a

Minister at Large in Boston. . . .6

No. 67. The Practical Importance of the Unitarian Contro-
versy. By W.J. Fox, of London. . . 3
No. 68. Some Sciyptural Readings, compared with some Un-

scriptural Sayings. By E. S. Goodwin. . . 4

No. 69. The Doctrines of the Trinity and Transubstantiation

Compared. By George Ripley. . . . .2

No. 70. Ou Erroneous views of Death. By Orville Dewey. 6
No. 71. "Come and See," or the Duty of those who dread
the Sentiments of other Christians. By W. B. 0.
Peabody. . . . . . .5

No. 72. Mr. Tuckerman's Eleventh Semi-annual Report as a

Minister at Large in Boston. . . .6

No. 73. The Eighth Report of the American Unitarian Asso-
ciation, with the proceedings of the Annual Meet-
ing, May 28, 1833. . . . .6

Vol. VII.

The Doctrine of Atonement. By the late Rev. Hen-
ry Turner, of Nottingham, England. . . 4
Claims of the Gospel on Unitarian Christians. . 4
Mr. Barnard's First Report of his Service, as a Min-
ister at Large in Boston. . . - .3

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No. 77. Religious Opinions and Example of Milton, Locke,
and Newton. By Rev. Henry Acton, Exeter,
England. . . . . . .6

No. 78. Explanation of Isaiah ix. 6, and John 1.1. By George

R. Noyes. . . . . .3

No. 79. Presumptive Arguments in favor of Unitarianism. By

M. L. Hurlburt. . . . .8

No. 80. Testimonies from the Neighborhood of the Eternal
World on Acceptance with God. By Noah Wor-
cester, D. D. . . . . .4

No. 81. Jesus Christ not a Literal Sacrifice. By John Pier-

pont. . . .... 4

No. 82. Three Important Questions answered relating to the
Christian Name, Character and Hopes. By Henry
Ware, Jr. . . . . . .4

No. 83. Mr. Barnard's Second Report of his Service, as a

Minister at Large in Boston. . . .3

No. 84: The Ninth Report of the American Unitarian Asso-
ciation, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meet-
ing, May, 27, 1834. . . . «

Vol. VIII.

No. 85. Excuses for the Neglect of Benevolent Efforts con-
sidered. By Andrew P. Peabody. . . 3
No. 86. Christ the Image of God. By J. W. Thompson. . 3
No. 87. The Philosophy of Man's Spiritual Nature in Regard

to the Foundation of Faith. By James Walker. . 4
No. 88. The Efficacy of Prayer. By John Brazer. . . 4
No. 89. The Foundation of our Confidence in the Savior. By

AlvanLamson. . . . . .4

No. 90. Apologies for Indifference to Religion and its Institu-
tions Examined. By Samuel Barrett. . . 4
No. 91. Hints on Religious Feelings. By Jason Whitman. 4
No. 92. Piety and Morality. Their Mutual Importance as
Elements of Christian character. By George
Whitney. . . . . , .3

No. 93. The promise of Jesus to the Pure in Heart. By F.

W. P. Greenwood. . . . .2

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