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INTENDED TO UPHOLD
THE GREAT DOCTRINES
THE SUFFICIENCY OF SCRIPTURE,
THE RIGHT OF INDIVIDUAL JUDGMENT,
AND OF FEARLESS FREE INQUIRY.
"Every plant which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted
"The night is far spent, the day is at hand; let us therefore cast off the
SEPTEMBER, 1830-AUGUST, 1831.
nted by James Hedderwick & Son.
AND SOLD BY THE BOOKSELLERS IN GLASGOW and EDINBURGH;
R. HUNTER, TEULON AND FOX, AND J. MARDON, LONDON; WILLIAM BROWNE,
S. KING, CORK; B. BATES, NEW-YORK; AND LEONARD
Milledgeville, Georgia, Christian Pioneer,
Byron, Lord, The Religious Opinions of,
Dr. Channing on Daily Prayer,
Deists and Atheists, R.'s reply to the remarks of "S." on
No. 7.-Lecture by Rev. A. Harvey, against Unitarians
No. 8.-Paisley Evangelical Observer,
No. 9.-Synod of Glasgow & Ayr, and Rev. J. M. Camp-
No. 10.-Paisley Presbytery and Mr. Scott,
Editor, Notes by the,
Fellowship Fund, Greengate Chapel, Salford,
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland,
Belfast Unitarian Society for the diffusion of Christian
Orthodoxy and Dr. Wardlaw in conflict with the New Tes-
PIONEER, THE CHRISTIAN.
Unitarian Methodists of Lancashire,
Kent and Sussex Unitarian Association,
Rammohun Roy's arrival in England,