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WILLIAM STEVENS, Esq.
Jamer Allan Park Eur
HE, WHO DESIRES THAT THE TABLE OF HIS LIFE MAY BE FAIR, WILL BE
PRINTED BY THE PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY,
St. George's Fields.
Conviction and Principle, 53, 189—Attendant on Weekly
NOBODY.-An appellation, by which Mr. Stevens was known
to his Friends, 117-His own description of himself under
Volume by himself, and inscribed Oudevos Epya, 117Members of Nobody's Club deceased, mention of, 166,
171. Scotch EPISCOPAL Cuurch.Short Account and Present
State of, 131 to 151-Relieved from Penal Statutes, 137– Bishop Horne's (143) and Bishop Horsley's (139) Sentiments concerning that Church-Fund set on foot towards making an Addition to the Incomes of the Bishops and Clergy (149) and for the Relief of their Widows and Orphans, 141-Committee in London for co-operating with the Managers of the Funds in Scotland, 151-Mr. Stevens's
Contributions in Aid of those Funds, 141, 151. BEREAN SOCIETY.--An Ideal Institution, so called, some
mention of, 43, 47, 49. SOCIETY FOR REFORMATION OF PRINCIPLES.—Formed by Mr.
Stevens and his Friends, 155. MOORE, Dr. late Archbishop of Canterbury.--Amiable Trait
of his Character, 158. Horne, late Bishop of Norwich.-His Sermon on the
“ Beloved Disciple,” (51) and his other Writings (127)
recommended. HUTCHINSON, Joun.-Some Account of the Writings of that
Extraordinary Man, 22 to 27.
The Reader is requested to correct the following Errata, viz. Page 78, line 14, for party quarrel read party quarrée.
101, 1, for Mr. Calverby read Mr. Calverley.
ALTHOUGH it is to the Author a source of the purest and most unmixed pleasure, to be required to give some account of his departed friend, the subject of this Memoir; yet he should have been happy, as well for the sake of those, into whose hands this tribute of affection may fall, as that more ample justice might have been done to the character of the excellent man, whose life is about to be recorded, that some other person, whose avocations are not so pressing and laborious as those of the writer, had undertaken the task. But having, in the moment of his unexpected death, written a hasty sketch of his character in the Gentleman's Magazine for Feb. 1807, none of Mr. Stevens's numerous friends would afterwards take out of the Author's hands a work, which they were pleased to think was thus appropriated