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No. 4.

Infidel Mission, Ninth Bulletin, by Mr. Carlile.-Infidel Mission,
Ninth Bulletin, by the Rev. Robert Taylor.-Infidel Mission at Leeds.-
Letter to the Editors of the “ Leeds Mercury," by the Rev. Robert
Taylor.--Preaching; but No Discussion.-Progress of Intidelity
Twentieth Discourse at Founders' Hall, by the Rev. Robert Taylor, On
Politeness.-Miss Wright's Lectures.—The Beauties of Shaftsbury's
Characteristics, continued from p. 96.

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
a 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
Rer. Robert Taylor, On Hatred. Beauties of Shaftsbury, continued.

No. 13.

Infidel Mission, Eighteenth Bulletin. Return to London. A Religion
Fabulously Founded can only be supported by Lies, proved by the News-
paper Notices of the Infidel Mission, An Appeal to Infidels and others,

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.

No, 15.

London Radical Reform Association. Resurrection of 900 Copies
of Paine's Political Works. Intidel Mission-Copies of Letters to the
Duke of Wellington and Mr. Peel. Correspondence with the Rev. Mr.
Hinton, of Reading. Letter to the Editor of the John Bull. The Sorrows
of a Priest. Correspondence between Miss Frances Wright and an Ame-
rican Priest, preparatory to discussion. Sunday Schools of Free Discus.
sion. Notice of the Leeds Mercury. Thirtieth Sunday's Discourse, On
the Moral Improvement of Circumstances, by the Rev. Robert Taylor.
Article extracted from the New York Correspondent, ON HISTORICAL
Evidence. Character of Dr. Gaskin.

No. 16.
Co-operation Project. Reform in Parliament, by E. R. Notice of the
Fleet Street School of Free Discussion. Acknowledgment of the receipt
of the Rev. James Bromley's Huddersfield Sermon. Infidel Hand-bill.
Rhyme on Animists and Corpists. Restoration of the Jews. Similarity
between the Tragedies of Prometheus and Jesus Christ. Thirty-first
Sunday's Discourse, On the Duties of Adversity, by the Rev. Robert
Taylor. Continuation of the article on HistoRICAL EVIDENCE; from the
New York Correspondent.

No. 17.

London Radical Reform Association, with its Address to the Public.
Correspondence between John Foster of the Leeds Patriot, and Humphrey
Boyle and Wm. Gill. Sunday Schools of Free Discussion. Thirty-second
Sunday's Discourse, On the Duties of Adversity, by the Rev. Robert
Taylor.

No, 18.

Four Sermons-1. On the External Evidences of the Christian Re-
ligion, by the Rev. James Bromley, of Huddersfield; 2. On ditto, by
Richard Carlile; 3. On the Internal Evidences, by the Rev. R. Taylor;
4. Thirty-third Sunday's Discourse, On the Duties of Prosperity, by Ditto.

No. 19.

The Infidel Missionaries in conflict with the Christian Instruction
Society.–Fifth Sermon on the Internal Evidences of the Christian Reli-
gion. Subject, The Temptation of Christ.-Continuation of the Thirty-
third Sunday's Discourse.-Thirty-fourth ditto.

No. 20.
Currency Mania.-Letter from Bishop Stortford, with a Critique.-
Thirty-third Sunday's Discourse, concluded.—Sixth Sermon on the Inter-
nal Évidences of the Christian Religion.-- Thirty-fifth Sunday's Dis-
course, On Temperance.

Currency Mania, No. 2.-Letter to the Rev. Dr. Bennett.---Lan.
guage used in the Public Meeting of the Christian Instruction Society.-
Religion, the main Cause of Crimne, seen in the Creed of the Calvinist.-
A Chapter on Death.-The Vision, a Poem, by I. W. Imray.-Seventh
Sermon on the Internal Evidences of the Christian Religion. Subject,
Sermon on the Mount.Thirty-sixth Discourse, On Prudence.

Currency Mania, No. 3, (from a Correspondent.) --Infidel Lectures,
Infidel School, and Infidel Rent.-Extract from the New York Corre-
spondent.—Thirty-seventh Sunday's Discourse, On Perseverance.

Summary on the Currency, Corn Laws, and general Taxation.—Let.
ter from Mr. Kolbe to Dr. Moore, Vicar of St. Pancras.--Rev. Dr. Ben-
nett's Answer to the Rev. Robert Taylor's Challenge.-A Sermon by
Richard Carlile, being the Ninth of a Series on the Internal Evidences
of the Christian Religion, On Miracles.-The Tenth, by the Rev. Robert
Taylor, On the Transfiguration of Jesus,

The Editor to his Readers.-Statement of the Receipts and Appli.
cation of the Infidel Rent.--A Poetical Prayer to God Almighty.
Promise of a General Discussion on the Merits of the Christian Religion
in London.-What is the Spirit of the Times ?-A Discourse on Govern-
ment, delivered before a Society at Leeds.-A Sermon Preached ou
Sunday evening, by Richard Carlile, On the Supposed and the True
Origination of the Christian Religion.

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