Letters and memoir, ed. by T. Hill (Google eBook)

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Contents

CHAPTER V
71
Tohis parents Passage of the Alps Turin Alessandria
78
To the same Thorwaldsen Vespers on M Cavallo Pro
90
To the same Pauline Chapel Carnival M Bunsen
103
To the Rev Charles Bridges Marriage Religion on
116
To his mother Entering on Shirley
122
To the same Confirmation Resigns the Ashbourn lecture
129
To the Rev R Young Clerical residence College disputes 183
135
No Page C4 To Dr Bishopp Reform Bill
148
To R H Cheney Esq Same subject
149
To Lord Waterpark Abolition of slavery Irish church
150
To the Rev C Bridges Life of Payson Established Church Trinitarian Bible Society
151
To the same Bible Society Bishop Wilson Parish
153
To the Rev J D Money Bible Society
155
72 and 73 To A On religious subjects
156
CHAPTER IX
167
To the Rev H Deane Management of a parish
168
To his mother Health
171
Mrs Bull to Mrs W A Shirley Account of Mr Shirleys illness
172
To his parents In his illness
175
To his mother Recovery
176
To Mrs Bull Retrospect of the year
177
To Mrs Bull Birth of daughter
178
To Rev R Pole Oxford address to the primate
179
To T Waddington Esq State of the nation Travelling for Church Missionary Society
180
To his little boy
181
To a friend A priori reasoning on religion Relation of a high creed to high practice
182
To the same Whence the appetite for righteousness?
183
To the same An intolerant lady
185
To his mother Revivals Elections Church reform
186
To the same Same subject
187
Parochial plans Irvingism Political views British
190
Tour in Ireland Appointment to Bampton Lectureship Tour in France 376
198
LETTERS
208
To a relation
219
No Pag Removal to Winston State of church Plans for its improve ment Beaumaris Reopening of Whiston churchState of parish New schoolroom
225
To his parents First impressions of Whiston
226
To Miss Home Parish New church at Ashbourn
227
To R H Cheney Esq State of parish
228
To the same Mrs Shirleys health Sea side Influence of high wages on the poor
229
To his parents Missionary Society Whiston
231
To a young friend X
234
To a friend Church reform
235
To his parents
236
To the same Beaumaris
237
To a young friend X Health Parish Habit of reserve
239
To his parents The sea side
240
To the same Bible Society tour
241
To a young friend X Influence of a holy life
243
To his father Evening sohool Schoolroom
246
To a young friend X First term at the university
247
To a friend
249
To his son
250
To the same Bazaar New schoolroom
251
To his parents Visitation sermon
252
To his son
253
CHAPTER XIII
255
To Major Waddington Boys letters Brailsford
263
To a friend Whiston Wilberforces life
264
To E P Shirley Esq
265
To his son
266
To the same
267
To the same Leaving Whiston Presentation of plate
268
CHAPTER XIV
270
To his son
272
To R H Cheney Esq Church building A Hares sermons Journals
275
To a friend Indecision
276
To a clergyman Bible Society
279
To S H Northcote Esq Congratulations on university success
281
To his wife Church Missionary tour
282
To the same Mrs E blake Edinburgh
283
To the same Glasgow Alloway Burns Paisley
285
To Mrs Bishopp Durham Ayr NewcastleonTyne
286
To Major Waddington Scotch tour
287
To a friend Durham Family prayer
289
To his wife
291
CHAPTER XV
293
To his parents Letter in St Jamess Chronicle
294
To his mother Same subjects
295
To the same Same subjects
296
To a goddaughter Confirmation
297
To a friend Bishops Shuttleworth and Bowstead Confir mation
298
To Miss Home Religion in Italy
300
To Mrs H H Tracy
301
No Pane 174 To a Mend Preaching A Hares Sermons Slavery
302
To the same Selfdenial 803
304
CHAPTER XVI
306
To Mrs Bishopp Archdeaconry of Derby
310
To his son
320
To his son Accident to his mother
322
To R H Cheney Esq Various religious societies 822
323
To T J Bourne Esq Bible Society Oxford Tracts
324
To Mrs Bishopp Visitation of churches 825
327
Summer in France Death of Dr Arnold Work as Episcopal Commissioner
329
To his father His charge 830
330
No Fm 202 To J Smith Wright Esq Death of Dr Arnold
335
To his son Naseby field
336
To Secretary of London Missionary Society
337
To Mrs Bishopp
338
To the same
339
To a nephew Fagging
340
To Rev C Bridges Episcopal commission Parish
341
To her Majestys resident Cephalonia
343
To T Waddington Esq Shirley church and school 140
344
To his son Health Dean Milner
346
To his wife Cooper the Chartist Dean Milner
347
To his son Health Confirmation
348
To her Majestys resident Cephalonia Scotch Church
349
To a former pupil
350
To the Rev J Wolf Dr Arnold Chaplaincy at Messina
351
Visit to Germany Fleetwood and the lakes Health
352
To his parents Worms
355
To R H Cheney Esq Health
359
To a Roman Catholic relation Saving faith
360
To his son Sudden death of fruit boy
361
To his wife Occupations at Fleetwood
362
To the Rev J Hamilton Gray Tractarian views
364
To R H Cheney Esq Life at Fleetwood Reflections on English history
366
To his wife Tour of the lakes
367
To the Rev J Hamilton Gray Return from the lakes Death of Bishop Bowstead
368
To a Roman Catholic relation Inspiration of Scripture Scriptural doctrine of justification
370
To the Rev C Bridges Health Ecclesiastical societies Condition and prospects of the church
371
Temperance movement
375
To his son Dr Arnolds monument Return home
376
To the same
377
To W H Waddington Esq Success at Rugby
378
To Sir Thomas Dean
379
To the same On the same
381
To the Bishop of Lichfield Effects of confirmation
383
To Mrs Bishopp Protestantism in France
384
To the Rev C Bridges Conduct with respect to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
385
To his son Ecclesiastical antiquities
386
To the Bishop of Lichfield Baptismal regeneration Church extension fund
389
To the same Patronage of newlybuilt churches
390
To the same Church Kxtension Society Tract No 90
392
To the ViceChancellor of Oxford Proposed statute 13th Feb 1845 New test
393
To the same Same subject
394
To the Rev J Scherer Same subject
395
To Sir Thomas Deane Convocation Mr Wards defence
396
To his son Rugby miscellany
398
To the same Prize subjects
399
To Mrs Bishopp Funeral of Mr Grenfell
401
To his son Visit to Lichfield Architectural address
402
To Miss Home Visitation in Derbyshire
403
To her Majestys resident in Cephalonia Tractarians Irish Church
404
To the Bishop of Lichfield Moravian missions
406
To Mrs Bishopp Activity of Papists Conversions to Popery
407
To a friend Christian standard and practice
408
To the Bishop of Lichfield National School Society
412
To Miss Home
414
To a friend Duty and limits of benevolence
415
To the same On the loss of a nephew Health
421
To the Dean of Aehonry Irish Church Newmans theory of developments
423
To Sir Thomas Deane Health Conversions to Popery
424
To Mrs Bishopp Clerical engagements Death of Dr Mayo
426
To a friend The subject of Letter 264 resumed
427
To the Rev E Harland Bamptou Lecture
429
To Mrs Bishopp Bamptou Lectures Tractarian party
430
To his daughter On her birthday
431
To Mrs R S Banbury On the loss of her husband
432
To R H Cheney Esq Occupations in France Bampton Lectures Flatteiy
433
To the Rev G Blisset Health Clerical exertions in France
434
To his parents Government inspection of schools Inter pretation of prophecy
436
To the same Tour on the Seine 237
440
To his father On a domestic affliction
441
CHAPTER XX
442
To Sir M Blackiston Announcement of Ids appointment to the bishoprick
450
To the Bishop of Lichfield Same subject
451
To the Bishop of Lichfield Church extension meetingsJour ney to Man
452
To his wife Details of journey
453
To Mrs Bull Feelings on accepting the bishoprick Duties and position of the Bishop
454
To the Bishop of Lichfield On recovery from his severe illness
457
To Miss Stovin Death of Mrs Stovin
458
To E P Shirley Esq On the New Year
459
To Mrs Bishopp Occupations and engagements before leaving Shirley
460

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