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Philanthropic Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1819, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY ADAPTED on Fon tO MAY tint Post AND HOMILY ON May the the SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY SERMON will be preached Christ Churclu Newgate before the Vice and other Members of the by the DANIEL Minister of St Johns Bedford Divine Service will begin at Eleven held after Divine Service on the at the Lox nosr COFFEE HILL the Chair to Itttafeen at Two Accommodations will he pro vided for who will be admitted by plication for which may be made to the the Societys Salisbury or to ttie Mem bers of the BRITISH AJTD FOREIGN SCHOOL NEXT ANNIVERSARY MEETING of the above will be held at FREEMASONS Great Ciueen Lincolns Inn on the of May when Ris Stoyal Highness the DUKE of KENT will take the Chair at Twelve 6Clock Tidies admitted by which may be had on ap plication to Plough Xxwabard Street Utereign Alie Goodmans Fields Mu wum Bloomsbury aiid Pick Central This day is published in price in with copious HE HOMILIES of the UNITED C Ti f the Thirtynine K Baidwin flni1 Salisbury Fleet Street BAPTISE Ior teaching the sh 1 Jondpn Published by Parburv and Allen Sold abo iS uni TKia day is Price t ROFESSOR top Educating Yxmng for the Chris Ministry n ANNIVERSARY of tW8insiifnUon will be held at Meeting Newport on the the BOGUE is engaged to preach in the and the of in the in TO ing Rna Studv of HOLY SCRIPTURES Translated from and aiigraented with By Printed for and Simnkin and Stationers Of may be Dodds Sermons to Sthedit Ghristlieb Vbh who at the j by Professor I I who arestationed at Athlone The Meeting iu the Aftertwoji fir Receptioit of the Annual as VOLENT SOCIETY Bridewell several KELI lo By London SoUVBy Co e wiuch as possible the expence beg leave shortly to that since the insertion or their last thevhave been to reject numerous and to discon1 tmufejnany of their cases and that after the current without further supplies from a benevolent Pub will be to relinquish their cases 1nim of May last they on about relieved 350 consisting of indi lrfuals and have tons of There are nowuiwn the Beceiving weekly relief 21 cotowting of The 3omnuttee beg to with sincere the the following subscriptions Aimoaat of Subscriptions already Glasgow and Mittehester Robys seems to to fortify the minds of youth against specious arguments of sceptics and Though the subjects of which he treats have been frequently both in the pulpit and fromthe they are sp clearly stated hap pily illustrated IP these accomjianied by a warning and affectionate they could scafcelv fail to interest and instruct his youthful Thev are enlivened by short and striking anecdotes narrated with yet in language not unbecoming the dicnitv of a rehgwus the office of a Christian Wedoubtnot that they producedaconsuierable impression as first delivered but from the comparatively abstract nature of some of the they are likely to prove yet more instructive and permanently useful from the Eclectic I tlf V s W brief in London in July and Aii ADDBCSS delivered to the Inhabitants of New AVAnx at the Opening of the Institutioir established lormation of Third BSERvATioNS on the ErrkcT of th The 3d To whiuu are nuaea Letters on the Employment of Children in Manu lit Lady A i 10 I WilMasou 0 0 3 0 1 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 o 6 10 6 1 0 2 0 0 0 Hudson by l 00 00 1 00 200 King 050 Cajaaiu Snook 100 500 for 3 3 0 A for I 00 A Lvuly 10 0 0 Benne 200 Mian JBurder 110 Ken sington 300 Enlield 1 00 donations are received by the Pre H Bluid ridewell Hospital John Poyn following ileet Street Messrs IJrowne and J ItoFfe and t Square and lhe of Lon Pissenting or other ENGLISH Dedicated by Permission to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Lately in two thick volumes handsomely printed on very good Price J Royal Price in A AND ENGLISH DIC containing all the Hebrew Latin and Chaldeo Words in the Old including the proper arranged under one the Derivatives referred to their respective and the Signification in Latin and according to the best Authorities with copious Latin and and English and 1vork is adapted for great usefulness to all Students of the Hebrew Language but to those who are commencing that or pursuing it without the aid of a these volumes are indispensable at least jf they would avoid the vexatious and incalculable waste and which is generally experienced from the difficulty of finding the and distinguishinc proper names from common Every such impe diment is wholly removed by this the sessor of which will enjoy facilities towards ing the Hebrew either with or without a knowledge of which are not to be found in anv other work J London Published and sold for the Proprietors by Paternoster Row Piccadilly and to be had of the other The publication of this arduous and expensive Work has been greatly encouraged by a most respectable List of an4 by a number of letters in approba tion of the The following Gentlemen have permitted their testi momeB to be Rector of Emberton Hebrew Teacher B sical Tutor at Rotherham Academy s Stead Tutor of the Baptist Academy at Bradford and the Matter of an ford Two MEMORIALS on Behalf of the WOHKIKO ih to Governments of urope and the second to the Allied Powers assembled in Congress at Price Printed for Paternoster How and to be had of all oilier On May was embellished with a fine Portrait of ra fUS with I I oSKJfr EVANGELICAL 1 and THEOLOGICAL tor MEMoin of BalfpurDivine Grace exemplified lhe Nature and importance of Walking by on Protestant John of Religious as nliedto the Case of the Old Meeting Wolver to ments of Religious Liberty Letters on the Revival ot tons SermonsHalls Inquiry into tbe Practice of Infant of the Continental Malans Letter to tjie Resolutions of the Protestant Ex ertions in the London Printed for the sold by at the Lavals Where may also be ofthe New Evangelical Masas for the yeapiaia to J818 embellished with fine price in on common of fine with first impressions of Where raav also be lo be completed in Twelve Monthly and illustrated by Maps and inclii every thing that is really valuable in the volumhi and expensive Works of and otli of LCAL or intended to facilitate an By WILLIAM Auihor of the History of the V art IL was published on the 1st of and will be succeeded by a part on the first day of every so as to complute the putjlication of the whole in the course of the vearVnr the of h H ot the Holy eouilt Jrtwiutfft curing Sufaribcrifor Six willrceeivw Seventh
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