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No. 4. Political excitement, agitation, panic, revolution and dread of revolution.-Note to and Letter from a Bristol correspondent.-Geology, in relation to the Waters of the Earth.—A word or two to Christians, in verse by I. W. Imray.—Robert Owen's challenge to the people of America, to show them that all Religion is Error.—Different translations of Volney's Ruins.-Education.-Super-christian extracts.-Priestcraft and Kingcraft.-Letter XXIV. from the Rev. Robert Taylor, on the Signs of the Times.—A further enquiry into Sir Isaac Newton's theory of the Tides, by Candid.-Letter from Joseph Lawton to the Editor of the New York Correspondent.-Robert Owen's challenge to the Clergy of New Orleans.-Extract, on Lawyers, from the writings of Henry Coustantine Jennings.
No. 5. Pilgrimage to Oakham.-Explanation about the Funding System.Reminiscences, or the Early Life of Somebody; A Poem, by I. W. Imray.Exposure of Christian Lies, relating to the death of Thomas Paine.—Pagan Origin of the Christian Religion.-Letter 25. from the Rev. Robert Taylor ; subject, the Quakers.-Letter from William and Mary Baker, with a Note on it by R. C.- The Address of Robert Owen to the People of America, recommending them to be rid of their Religion.-Plan of a useful School established in America.-Instructions of the chief of the Capuchins, at Ragusa, lo Brother Pediculoso, on his departure for the Holy Land; by Voltaire.Ode to the Memory of Thomas Paine.
No. 6. Journal of Mr. Carlile's Tour through the Country.-Marriage; a Curious Decision in one of the Courts of France. Letter from J. W. of Bristol, in answer to “Christian."-Letter from E. K. D. of Bristol.-Letter from Bury, to the Rev. Robert Taylor.-Ode to the Memory of Thomas Paine.-Letter 26. from the Rev. Robert Taylor, containing a Correspondence between Mr. Hume and himself.- The Quakers, a Question to Mr. Taylor.–The Solitaires, a Poem by 1. W. Imray.--A Trifle suggested by the Name of an early Christian Writer.
No. 7. Journal of Mr. Carlile's Tour through the Country, (continued from p. 163.)-Letter from Bolton respecting the alleged Conversion of John Cameron.—Letter 27. from the Rev. Robert Taylor; subject, Movements in Israel.--Oration of R. L. Jeddings at New York, on the 4th July, 1827.Progress of Liberal Opinions,
No. 9. Journal of Mr. Carlile's Tour through the Country (continued from p. 233.)-An Essay on the Persecution of Philosophers by the Clergy.Substance of a Speech delivered Jan. 22, 1827, at the Society of “ Free Dis. cussion and Mutual Improvement," on the Question—" Are there any rational grounds to believe Man has an Immortal Soul ?". by T. R. Bayley Potts.Letter from Scrutator ; with Note by R. C.- The Challenge, by I. W. Imray, -Letter 29. from the Rev. Robert Taylor ; subject, the Quakers.-Letter from Robert Affleck, of Edinburgh.-Letter from a Child of Nature.
No. 10. Journal of Mr. Carlile's Tour through the Country, continued from page 261. Correspondence with the Mayor of Nottingham and with Mr. Gilbert. “The Schoolmaster Abroad.” Proposed opening of Mr. Carlile's School in Nottingham.-Note from the Proprietor of the Silver-street Coffee-bouse, Falcon-square, to say that The Lion is taken and read there.-Mr. Imray's Poetical Challenge, continued from page 272.-Letter 30. from the Reverend Robert Taylor : On Principles. Substance of a Speech by T. R. Bayley Potts.- The Gospel of the Wild Man in the Woods.
No. 11. An Address to the People of Nottingham of the various Sects, &c. Mr. Gilbert's Letter copied from the Nottingham Mercury, with two Papers circulated in Nottingham by Homo and a Layman. Letter to Mr. Gilbert, on the defamatory part of his Letter. A Ballad in honour of Mr. Carlile’s visit to Nottingham.-Extract from a Journal of a Tour through France, on the Pagan character of the Church of Sainte Croix at Bordeaux.-Postscript to the Address to the People of Nottingham.-Letter 31. from the Rev. Robert Taylor: On Christian Sophistication.—The Gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.-Extract from “ Not Paul but Jesus," communicated by E. K. D. of Bristol.
No. 12. An Address to the Inhabitants of Nottingham, reviewing Mr. Gilbert's Letter.- Letter to Mr. Gilbert, from a Child of Nature at Bristol.-Dialogue between a Bookseller and his Customer.-Stanzas on Burial, &c. by R. Hickling of Dudley.--An Anonymous Communication with regard to the Death of Thomas Woolston, B.D.-Mr. Imray's Poetical Challenge, continued from page 300,-Letter 32, from the Reverend Robert Taylor : On the Moral of Debt.-The Gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, continued from page 350.
No. 13. Letter to Miss Clay, of Houndsgate, Nottingham, on the subject of Muggletonianism.-Letter from Candid of Bristol, to the Reverend Robert Taylor, on the subject of Wright, the Bristol Banker and Quaker.-Stanzas : Communing with my own Heart, during Sickness.-Letter 33. from the Rev. Robert Taylor : The Diegesis.--Conclusion of the Gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.-The Insanity of Religion displayed and in action, where the Mind is sane on all other subjects, in a Correspondence between a Mr. John Hiller and the Rev. Robert Taylor.
A Letter to Miss Brown, of Castlegate, Nottingham, in Defence of the
Letter 2. to Miss Brown---Social Vice of Oath-making ; Cases of Mr.
Letter 3. to the Inhabitants of Nottingham, with sundry extracts and
Letter to the King on the Church, and on his begging Letter for the
from the Rev. Robert Taylor; Mischievous Doctrine of Providence-Com-
Quarterly Review reviewed; Monopoly of the Land-Letter from Isaac
Political Dinners--- Prose Communication by I. W. Imray.--Communica-
Literature and the Fine Arts considered.--A piece of a Letter taken from
Love, with an introductory Essay on the subject of the preference of
Hanging of the Holy Ghost, with a poetical definition of the mystery
Letter 4, to the Inhabitants of Nottingham, including a Correspondence
Letter 45, from the Rev. Robert Taylor ; to the Secretary of State, on
Letter 46, from the Rev. Robert Taylor; on the Moral Mischief of