I. The Anglican Reformation, or the Church of England but
half reformed. - - -
II. History of the Early Rise of Prelacy, by the Rev. Samuel
Miller, D.D. - - - - - -
III. Permanent Sabbath Documents, or a Plea for the Sab-
bath enforced by Facts, by the Rev. Justin Edwards,
D.D. • •
IV. Relative Influence of Presbytery and Prelacy, on Civil
and Ecclesiastical Liberty, by the Rev. T. V. Moore.
V. The Duty of Prayer for Ministers, by the Rev. W. J.
McCord. • - - - - -
VI. A Plea for Presbyterianism, by the Rev. Robert David-
VII. A Castaway, by the Rev. R. M. McCheyne. -
VIII. Systematic Benevolence, by the Rev. D. V. Smock.
À IX. The Work of the Holy Spirit, on the Hearts of Men, by
the Rev. J. S. Armistead. . .
X. The Exclusive Claims of Prelacy stated and refuted, by
the Rev. B. M. Smith. -
(XI. Inattention to Religion Wonderful, by the Rev. W. J.
XII. The Gospel Call, or Look and be saved. . -
XIII. What is Faith ?-A letter to a friend.
XIV. A Refuge from the Storm -