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The Editor also returns his thanks to the numerous subscribers to “ The Christian Pioneer,” for their liberal encouragement. It is in their power to increase his obligations, and, at the same time, further that sacred Cause, the object, he is persuaded, of their mutual wishes and aim, by their recommendation of the Magazine among their friends, and thus introducing it into districts in which it has not, at present, an opportunity of labouring. Surrounded as the Editor is, by persons who boast that their feelings towards Christian Unitarianism, are those “ of serious and settled abhorrence”—who proudly prophesy, that “never, either on the mountains, or in the valleys of Caledonia, shall-it shake with prosperous fruit,”-the Editor confesses, that, next to the approbation of God and of his own conscience, the kind aid and approval of those at a distance-who are engaged in one common work, the dissemination of pure and undefiled Religion is to his mind most satisfactory, most cheering. Let that countenance and encouragement be continued, combined, as he trusts they will still be, with the co-operation and friendship of his brethren in Scotland, and aided by the blessing of HIM, without whose blessing nothing can prosper,--and the Editor pledges his unwearied efforts, “ to uphold the great doctrines of the Reformation, the sufficiency of Scripture, the right of individual judgment, and of fearless free inquiry," against all gainsayers, believing, as he does, that thereby he will be doing something to promote the diffusion of knowledge, the purity of religion, the reformation of man, the honour of the Saviour, and the glory of the One true God, the Father.

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GLASGOW, September, 1828.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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America, Calvinistic Revivals in, wmamanna coordinai. 1 18–148
America, The Christians of, manne

www286
America, New Unitarian Periodicalsgaas

288
America, Quaker Unitarians of,

-139-179
Anniversaries of Meeting Houses.
Greengate, Salford,

213
Moor-Lane, Bolton,

323
Ballykelly, Letter to the Protestant Dissenters in the Parish of,

176-185-338
Beard, Rev. J. R. Summary View of the Controversy between, and

Messrs. Carlile and Taylor,mmmmmmm.52-80–161-189-217-345-361
Birmingham, Controversy between Catholics and Protestantsyiaran 100
Buckland, Rev. G. --Missionary Journal, mainan anasimamia
Bunting, Rev. Jabez, Correspondence with Rev. J. R. Beard, mm 193
Calvinistic Sentiments, Extracts from an Address to a Clergyman

hamara8-37-78
Cameron, Rev. John, of Dunluce,

lunmamannimam 253
Chalmers, Rev. Dr. Letter tommon

minnan 131
Channing's, Dr. Remarks on Scott's Life of Napoleon, 201-250-273–

302-330-370_407
Congregational Magazine, on 1 John v. 7gmarna

258
Cooke, Mr. Letter tomonma

97
DEATHS.

Mr. D. Logange
F. Boardman,

209
Rev. W. Worrall,

283
Rev. Dr. Wells,

284
Mrs. Scott,

359
Mrs. Armstrong,mom

360
Diamper, Acts and Decrees of the Synod of, mna

w145
Editor, Notes by the mannen

109.-185-247-266
Glasgow Trinitarian Controversy,

402
Ireland, The State of Religion in, manmaraman

233
Malabar, History of the Church of,

115
Matthew the Evangelist, a Unitariangan

266-293-325-365
Mystery, Ongamer.com

297
Napoleon Bonaparte, Dr. Channing's Remarks on,m201-250-273-302-

330-370_407
www.246
On Truth,mowa

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Nature and Orthodoxy, The Teachings of, contrastedgammel-45–84

New England, Causes of the progress of Liberal Christianity in,m59–73

New-Year's-Day, A Discourse on, mammamman m244-262-309-377

PIONEER, THE CHRISTIAN.

Synod of Ulster, and Remarks on its Proceedings, m...12–29–97–109–

155-412

Letters to the Rev. R. Stewart of Broughshane, Ireland, 26-67-102–135
Removals, Resignations, and Settlements of Unitarian Ministers,

36-108-180-216-360-396

Death of Mr. David Logan,.

93

Mr. F. Boardman,

209

Rev. W. Worrall,

283

Rev. Dr. Wells,

284

Mrs. Scott,

359

Mrs. Armstrong,

Letter to Mr. Cooke,

Controversy in Birmingham, between Catholics and Protestants,m100

The Christian Advocate,

Quaker Unitarians,winnor

139–179

Dr. Drummond on the Trinitygum.

mmml41

Prosecutions for Unbelief,mainan

Opposing Bible Societies of Glasgow,

143

Service of Plate to the Rev. W. Porter,miminnon

m211

Anniversary of Salford Meeting-House,

213

Glasgow Unitarian Chapel,

213

The Christians of America,

286

Test and Corporation Acts,

287-323

American Unitarian Periodicals,

288

Lancashire and Cheshire Unitarian Missionary Society, 322

Anniversary of Moor-Lane, Bolton,

323

Controversial Meeting in Salford,

Festival on Repeal of Corporation and Test Acts,marmimaan 384

Annual Meeting of Methodist Unitarians,

390

Sheffield Fellowship Fundemmaman

-391

North Eastern Unitarian Association,

396

Kent and Sussex Association,

.455

Western Unitarian Society,

456

POETRY.
Sunday Morning,

58
God was not there,

92
Dream,

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The Close of the Year 1827,

166
On the Lapse of Time,

180
The Memory of Howardzo

232
The Lot of Humanity,

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Porter, Rev. W. Service of Plate presented to,
Probation, The World a state of grammama

380-397
REVIEW
Dr. Bruce on the Age of Homerymom

48
Fleming's Testimony for a Universal Church,

168
H. Hutton's Sermon at Belfast

171
Dr. Chalmers' Sermon on Controversies, man

171
Field's Life of Dr. Parr,

235
On the True Worshippers,

240
Thom's Three Questions,maana

279
Wellbeloved's Bible,

w313
J. J. Tayler's Sermon,

319
Bible Controversy in Ireland,

320-352
The True Canon and Creed of Christianity, man

357
The Country Minister,

358

Salford, Controversial Meeting ingan

323

Scott, Memoir of Rev. J. mmmwman

306-341

Scriptures, Inspiration of,

125-151-181-227

Scripture, Notes on Passages of gramma

289

Scripture, On the Language ofgaram

met 64-89

Scripture, Passages of, explained :-Mat. xxviii. 19; John i. 1-14;

John xx. 28; Isaiah ix. 6; Rev. i. 8; Col. ii. 9; Heb. i. 1-8;

Mat. viii. 16, 17; John iv. 9; 1 Cor. i. 16; 1 Cor. xv. 32; Rev.

1. 10; Job xi. 7-9; Job xiv. 10; Job xix. 23-27; Mat. i. 23;

Mat. ix. 2-xi. 27-Xyiü. 20,mont-64-89–106-107–289-290-291-

292-317-318-325-326-327

Sheffield Fellowship Fund Report,

W391

SIGNATURES OF CORRESPONDENTS.

S,

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E. W. Nias,

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Homo,

H. M. B.

125-168

A Unitarian Protestantguman

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John R. Beard,

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E. Pomimuna

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