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THE

LION

VOLUME IV.

FROM JULY 3, TO DECEMBER 25,

1829.

London:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY RICHARD CARLILE, 62, FLEET STREET.

A

HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
DEPOSITED BY THE LIBRARY OF THE
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
October 21, 1939

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CONTENTS.

No. 1.

Infidel Mission, Sixth Bulletin; Correspondence between the Rev.
Mr. Mason, a Baptist Minister, and Messrs. Carlile and Taylor.-State of
the Infidel Mission at Leeds, by the Rev. Robert Taylor; Interruption
of the Proceedings by the Mayor of Leeds.-Doggerel Rhymes on the
Radical Foster, of Knaresborough, by Mr. Carlile.-Notice of Miss
Frances Wright.-Seventeenth Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev.
Robert Taylor, On Truth, Part II.-The Beauties of Shaftsbury's Cha-
racteristics, continued from p. 800, vol. iii.

No. 2.

Infidel Mission, Seventh Bulletin, by Mr. Carlile; Proceedings at
Manchester; Castigation of Archibald Prentice, Editor of the "Man-
chester Times," in consequence of his unjustifiable Remarks upon Mr.
Place's "Principle of Population."-Lines on Superstition and Tyranny.
-Infidel Mission, Seventh Bulletin, by the Rev. Robert Taylor;
Delivers an Oration at the Manor Court-room, Manchester.-Celebration
of the Anniversary of the Birth of Thomas Paine, in America.—Free
Discussion.-Eighteenth Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev. Robert
Taylor, On Sincerity.-Letter to the Infidel Missionaries, by E. R.-
Letter to the Infidel Missionaries, by a Correspondent at Cambridge.-
The Beauties of Shaftsbury's Characteristics, continued from p. 32.

No. 5.

Infidel Mission, Tenth Bulletin, by Mr. Carlile; Proceedings at
Ashton-under-Line.-Infidel Mission, Tenth Bulletin, by the Rev.
Robert Taylor; the Israelites of Ashton-under-Line; Morals at Man-
chester.-Twenty-first Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev. Robert
Taylor, On Benevolence.-Zoroaster.-The Beauties of Shaftsbury's
Characteristics, continued from p. 128.

No. 6.

Infidel Mission, Eleventh Bulletin, by Richard Carlile; Proceedings
at Bolton; List of Preachers in Bolton who have received the Circular.-
Infidel Mission, Eleventh Bulletin, by the Rev. Robert Taylor; delivers
an Oration at the Bolton Theatre; Description of the Picture Gallery at
the Red Lion Inn, Bolton; Catholic Opponents; Inference Presumptive;
Scotland.-Extract from the Bolton Chronicle, candid Opinion of its
Editor of the Rev. Robert Taylor.-Rights of Primogeniture, by the
Rev. Robert Taylor.-On Faith, by a Stockport Infidel.-Twenty-second
Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev. Robert Taylor, On Pride.-
Evidences of Christianity.-A Short Account of the later Period of the
Life of Thomas Paine, by one of his Executors.-The Beauties of Shafts-
bury's Characteristics, continued from p. 160.

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No. 9.

Infidel Mission, Fourteenth Bulletin, by Richard Carlile; the
Mayor of Liverpool's Efforts to prevent Discussion.-Infidel Mission,
Fourteenth Bulletin, by the Rev. Robert Taylor; the Unitarians.-Re-
marks on the Jew Converting Society, by the Rev. Robert Taylor.-
Twenty-fifth Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev. Robert Taylor, On
Revenge. The Power of Knowledge generally considered, by Juvenis.
-The Beauties of Shaftsbury's Characteristics, continued from p. 224.

No. 10.

Infidel Mission, Fifteenth Bulletin. Correspondence with John
Finch, one of the enraged Unitarians of Liverpool. Correspondence with
■ Swedenborgian and a Unitarian Preacher. Copy of a Liverpool Placard.
Protocol of the Rev. David Thom's intended Argument. Rev. Mr.
Thom's Ultimatum. Twenty-sixth Sunday's Discourse, by the Rev.
Robert Taylor, On Envy. The Beauties of Shaftsbury, continued.

No. 11.

Infidel Mission, Sixteenth Bulletin. Correspondence with the Rev.
David Thom-and with Paul Christian, of Liverpool. Correspondence
with Derby Sullivan, on Ireland and Irishmen. Miss F. Wright's
Second Lecture on Knowledge.

No. 12.

Infidel Mission, Seventeenth Bulletin. Correspondence with the
Rev. James Bromley, of Huddersfield. Extract on Jewish History, from
Wyttenbach's Opuscula. Twenty-seventh Sunday's Discourse, by the
Rev. Robert Taylor, On Hatred. Beauties of Shaftsbury, continued.

No. 13.

Infidel Mission, Eighteenth Bulletin. Return to London. A Religion
Fabulously Founded can on be supported by Lies, proved by the News-
paper Notices of the Infidel Mission. An Appeal to Infidels and others,
by the Infidel Missionaries. Twenty-eighth Sunday's Discourse, by
the Rev. Robert Taylor, On Philanthropy. State of the Working Classes
in the neighbourhood of Huddersfield. Beauties of Shaftsbury, continued.

No. 14.

Infidel Mission, Nineteenth Bulletin. Discussion on the Properties
of Matter with Mr. Thomas Shepherd, of Huddersfield. Review of Mr.
Godfrey Higgins' Apology for the Life and Character of the celebrated
Prophet of Arabia, called Mohammed, or the Illustrious. Twenty-ninth
Sunday's Discourse, On Honour, by the Rev. Robert Taylor. Beauties
of Shaftsbury, concluded.

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