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LONDON: JOHN CHAPMAN, 121, NEWGATE STREET.
LONDON RICHARD KINDER, PRINTER, GREEN ANBOUR COURT, OLD BAILEY.
THE SECOND VOLUME.
He visits England; the Menai Bridge as the subject for a poem, 3-4;
Tunbridge Wells, 4; the Gospel as opposed to metaphysical no-
tions of the Deity, 4-8; Letter from Lord Holland, 8; Letter to
Lord Holland--the Archbishop of Dublin, 9; his desire of useful-
ness in the Archbishop's family, 10; the relations of the Scrip-
tures to Christianity, 10; the virtues of the Heathen world, 11-
12: Whewell's Bridgewater Treatise, 12; Christian Knowledge
and School Theology, 13; St. Paul's Views of Conscience, 14–15;
What is an established Church, 15–17; the preparation for
Christianity at the time of its appearance, 17—18; the times of
the Reformation and the present, 18—22; the character of St.
Paul's instructions, 22–23; Christian worship, 24; “Moore's
Travels of an Irish Gentleman in search of a Religion,” its cha-
racter, and tendency, 24-28 ; Mr. White's Answer, Second
Travels of an Irish Gentleman, &c., published in Dublin, 28 ;
Answer to Moore, the British Magazine's charge that he is a Chris-
tian against his will, 31-32; Letter to J- , 33; religion under
Christianity, 33–36; Letter to Lord Holland, 36; Letters from