Wednesday, June 24, 1818

Philanthropic Gazette

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Philanthropic Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1818, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY ADAPTED FOR itairc on 312ilUl to Aunt JUNE PRICE 7cL BRITISH FOREIGN SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY MEETING will be held in FUEEMASOKS on the 2d of July the Chair betaken at 12 oclock His the Duke of their Royal Highnesses theDukes of and C T wi application to Treasurer Little Alie mans Foreign Secretuy the Members of the Committee Queen Blbomslmry and Royal Free Borough ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS THE BAPTIST MISSIONARY tlie at Eight oClock the Ministers andMessengers of the Churches in Town and Country will meet at llnv Carter TooJey Twelve the Sermon before tlo STEPXEY at AW ttrs Hall bythe of tlie at Six a for when the RKIOHT of the BAPTIST MISSIONwill be read by at Goodmans IRISH June the at Six the Members and Friends of the BAPTIST IRISH SO CIETY will Breakfast at the City of London The Chair will be taken at The Report will be read by the Secretary Officers chosen for ensuing and other business of the Society Accommodations will be provided for the On June 30 r a Sermon at Paradise by the A Collec tion will be made in aid of the MILL WALL ON the 30th will be held the FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the Onin of the above of will preach in the Morning the of Pell in the Afternoon and the JOHN CLAYTON in the The Worship will commence in the at 1 1 at 3 and in the K veiling at Halfpast ESTABLISHMENT for YOUNG By WILLIAM rJpHE Business of this Academy will recommence on the 20th of The Pupils are liherally Boarded and carefully In structed in the and Latin the Use of the Particular attention is pakl to tiieir Moral and Reli gious The House is very and having been recently y2 Guineas per W ashing Prospectus and Ilefereuceewnay be had of High U1TTESWELL 90 miles from and 1 from Conducted by PARENTS and who may wish their Children to be comfortably Boarded and care full v have now an opportunity of placing them in the above where the provisions are and of the best Great care is taken to promote the and future wel fare of the and the wholeannual charge for seldom exceeds 22 livii The premises are very and the situation re jmarkabiy Coaches pass and repasg The most respectable references will be given on appli cation nt Middle where Newbolt may be spoken to from the 20th of the 1st of An early application is as the num ler of Pupibj is BOOKBINDING AND a JOURNEYMAN who is a good and has a thorough knowledge of Stationery An industrious of good moral will meet with every An APPRENTICE is also wanted to the PRINTING Bu He will be treated as one of the and particular attention will be paid to his A mo derate premium will be Apply if by postpaid This day is price A REPLY to a LETTER on FREE by the addressed to the Church in Six LETTERS on Strict By JOSEPH Printed for Button and Paternoster TO TRAVELLERS ON THE NEW and N ft W EDITIONS of Ui ahtl Price GAZETTEER OF VASIS OF ROME em bellished with Forty Views of the Public also a large Plan of complete in one POST ROADS IN FRANCE with a large and correct Price BOYCIES New hqund EBKJAS throurii and improved by In one convenient and an ele gant halfbound REICHAJlDS of FRANCE end with a Price REICH ARDS ITINERARY of with a View and Three large Price SCHREIBERS TRAVELLERS GUIDE down the Illustrated by a large and correct Map of the Price A NEW PICTURE of BRUSSELS and its With eight beau tiful Price The STRANGERS GUIDE to the PLAINS of Neatly done up in a portable Price A 1LAN of the BATTLE of Done up in a portable Price A LARGE AND ACCURATE MAP OF Done up in a portable Price Canvas and A MODERN FRENCH By Charles Peter ftwifteriy of Kent pocket Price half THE FRENCH ByFran eis William Blagdon new greatly improved by De La Neat pocket Price MANUEL DU in and By Madame de New Price MANUEL DU in Six Lan and By Madame De New Price THE ART OF in French and English a neat pocket A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of the PICTURES in the ROYAL or the By Member of the 20 THE ENGLISH and FRENCH and ENGLISH CAMBIST Tables of Exchange from One Farthing to a Million Pounds from One Denier to a Million By John Henry late Superintendent of the Toulonese Emi In one portable WORKS by the late Rev CHARLES Bt Printed for and Sold by the WIDOW and Nottingliam Place CinnmKmal Itoad JBy Williams and Stationers Court and all other JUVENILIA or Specimens of the early Ef forts as a Preacher of the late CHARLES To which are Miscellaneous Re and an Obituary of his Edited by JOHN Price The PRACTICAL EXPOSITOR ture illustrated by and arranged for every Day in the Second price can with pleasure recommend this espe cially to our young and think it may prove a very va luable appendage to the breakfast or tea We submit it to the judgment of conductors of boarding whether this might not he a serviceable book in their respective semina as remarkable blending amusement with This very pleasing little volume will be a large source of amusement to and may wile away many tedious mo ments of an A text of Scripture is selected for every day in the and each text is followed by an illustrative historical or short biographical iclected from various Three hundred and sixtyfire interesting facts are thus brought and form an class book for or a manual of agreeable reading throughout the M hich the iriemls of rational piety with great put into the hands ot young people in all ranks of APRIL The intention of the in collecting the variety of biographical of which this work is was le form a practical expositiou of various of at the toomprlste an interesting and historical hiforfenatimr o tar as it consists we think theVolume singrilarlV It is free from the objections which lie against religious storyvtelling in and is obviously of a uscfjjl ic MAY SERIQtjS ENQUIRIES or i Questions relative WorltS that w lo which are on the UVK 3 addressed chiefly Ihe religious world he IMS now turned his attention to the earless and The enlivened by anecdotes and sentences from the writings of and We hope it will prove acceptable and especially to the rUine The IMPORTANCE of the GOSPEL MI NISTRY considered V a Sermon at ttoxtou being the second Anniversary Meeting of Ministers educated at fifoxton l The life of Atkins is full of His from death were niany and With pleasure we re commend this so full of encouragement U to the perusal of our numerous CLOSE of the EIGHTEENTH CEN TURY a Sermon in which the most remarkable Eventsof the last hundred Years are con Second price 7A CHARGE delivered at the Ordination of the JAMES Price The TOUNG CHRISTIANS GUIDE suitable and Encouragement to the on ins first entrance into the divine ifth This is a useful and sensible The Christian will read it with pleasure and Every page contains nitions which must be appropriate and the statements and directions illustrated and enforced by anec dotes of eminent We cannot recollect when we have read a performance of this nature that has afforded us a higher degree of or in our is hotter calculated for the instruc tion and entertainment of We shall be truly if it be not into religidus partroularly into tlie seminaries in and about the AND May Also the MEMOIRS and REMAINS of the CHAKJ copious Extracts from his and interesting Letters to his interspersed with various explanatory and illustrative of his Character and By JOHN Price 5s We concur with the writer in judging that the life of an eminently pious faithfully can never be out of date tlie interest it excites is neither local nor tempo Rrcollectioiiij of such a man as Charles Buck nill be always most grateful to his instructive to the especially to the rising The value of this work is by iis being chiefly composed of the Honest and unadorned account fur nished by the pious and intelligent subject of togethcr with his meditations on a variety of important and a num ber of letters written by him on various A truly religious if capable of writing tolerably is ordinarily found best qualified for writing liis own That to a considerable Buck executed in a manner which does credit to his sense and His numerous all of which are calculated to the progress of true in addition to his ministerial prove that he was a man f great and persevering There is no class of works which afford us more real pleasure to than the memoirs of truly pious and faith ful Christian The name of the Charles tfucfc deserves to be always pronounced with unmingled respect he possessed a very accurate acquaintance with experimental and eminent qualifications for Few religious publications in the present day have acquired a and at the same time more deserved than Buckfc Treatise on Religious and his Younf Christians ECLECTIC JVLY The following names have been received from respectable sellers ond Wto will receive Orders for this Carter JSoblu White Clark Harper Merridew and boa Mellor Dodd Holden Hanley Noble Carpenter Piper Bemhain Bondstreet John MuckeUow Manchcttei Hichardyoa Mortimer Duun lluslier Purday j O Bentham and Ray Leader Laugley Drew Peat Gifford Smith JWhite

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