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49. To Rev. J. Hearn. False view of what is Christian

doctrine

318

50. To Lady Cavan. The right use of the Fourth Com-

mandment

320

51. ToJ. T. Coleridge, Esq. Description of Fox How

322

52. To a pupil. Want of devotion and reverence

323

53. To W. W. Hull, Esq. His birthday.- Pamphlet. -

Confirmation.- Cricket-matches

324

54. To Rev. Augustus Hare. Pamphlet. Not latitudi-

narian

325

55. To Rev. G. Cornish. The same. Westmoreland and

Warwickshire

326

56. To Rev. J. C. Hare. Bunsen. - Third Volume of Nie-

buhr.–Roman History

327

57. To Mr. Sergeant Coleridge. Birth of his youngest

daughter.-Bunsen's letters. - Political excitement.

- Whately.- Oxford Party.-Church of England.

Christ the only object of religious affection.-Church
and State.-School.-Allan Bank. - Teaching his
Daughters

. 328

58. To Jacob Abbott. Interest in America. Young

Christian.- Unitarianism

332

59. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Translation of the New

Testament. Grounds of Roman Catholic Relief

Act.-High Churchmen.-On party spirit -

334

60. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Health.-Confession.-Faith.

- Uncertainty of Life.- Death of his friends, Lowe

and Augustus Hare

336

61. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. Fixing of views. Moun-

tain scenery.-School

337

62. To Rev. J. C. Hare. On the death of Augustus Hare 338

63. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Tracts for the Times.-Episco-

pacy not essential

338

64. To Rev. J. C. Hare. Declaration for the admission of

Dissenters to the Universities. — Unitarians. - Peti-

tion against the Jew Bill

340

65. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Abstract of his work on the

Identity of Church and State

342

This fragment, from the name of the person addressed having been lost, was
accidentally joined in the text to the end of the preceding letter.

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