Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB
[blocks in formation]

Rev. Mr Backhouse, Rector of Deal, Kent
Mr Battell, Lambeth

Rev. Dr Bell, prebendary of Westminster
Thomas Brown, Esq. Tooting, Surrey-2
Robert Brown, Esq. Cheapside
Benjamin Brown, Esq. Cheapside
Rev. John Bussell, Portsmouth

Rev. Mr Buck, Rector of Lavenham, Suffolk
Rev. Mr Brandon, Lowel, Deal

Bowman, Esq. Lombard-street George Brown, Esq. Nicolas-lane Messrs Bodley and Etty, Lombard-street Rev. Mr Brand, Rector of St. Mary-at-hill Rev. Thomas Boys, Ampney-crucis, Gloucestershire

Rev. James Buckoll, Sydington, near Ciren

cester

Rev. Dr Bingham, archdeacon of London
Rev. Julius Brockman, Cheriton, Kent
Rev. Mr Barry, rector of Hatherley, Gloucester
Rev. Jos. Baylis, rector of St Mary-de-Crypt,
Gloucester

His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth-palace

Hon. and Right Rev. the Bishop of Carlisle Right Rev. the Bishop of Chichester, 19, Wigmore-street

Right Rev. the Bishop of Cloyne

Right Rev. the Bishop of Cork, 23, UpperHarley-street

Right Rev. the Bishop of Clogher

Rev. Mr Cambridge, prebendary of Ely, Twickenham

Rev. Mr Clark, Hexham, Northumberland Rev. Robert Trotman Coates, rector of Steeple-Langford, Sarum

Rev. Dr Conybeare, rector of St Botolph, Bishopsgate

John Coggan, Esq. Laleham, Middlesex

Rev. Dr Cooke, President of C. C. C. Oxford

Rev. Dr Chester, rector of Winterbourn, Wilts

George Clark, Esq. Lombard-street

Chatteris, Esq. Lombard-street
Courtman, Esq. South Lambeth

Rev. Mr Curteis, rector of Sevenoaks, Kent
Rev. Mr Clark, minor canon of Durham
Rev. Mr Caruthers, vicar of Christ-church
Newgate-street

Mrs Wm Croome, Cirencester, Gloucestersh. James Croome, Esq. do

Robert Croome, Esq. do

Rev. R. Cumberland, Driffield, Cirencester-2 Mrs John Collins, Swansea

Rev. Samuel Commeline, rector of Hempstead, Gloucester

Rev. George Cox

Rev. John Collins, Osmich, near Swansea

Hon.

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

Joseph Green, Esq. 18, Guildford-street
Mrs Green, do

Rev. Dr Gaskin, rector of St Bene't, Gracechurch-street

Rev. Dr Goodinge, rector of Counde, Shrop shire

Rev. Dr Gray, prebendary of Durham Rev. Dr Goodall, master of Eton-school William Griffith, Esq. Gloucester

I

Rev. E. Goddard, Wilts

Rev. Mr Greville, Bristol

Captain Honeywood, Sibton, Kent

Rev. Mr Hill, Red-lion-court, Watling-street
Charles Haddock, Esq. Wrotham, Kent
Rev. Mr Holmes, sub-dean of Chapel-royal,
and rector of Cripplegate

Rev. Mr Handley, Chipping-norton, Oxfordsh.
Mr Hetherington, jun. Nicolas-lane
Rev. Dr Hardwicke, rector of Sopworth, Wilts
Mr Hetherington, sen. Nicolas-lane

Hammett, Esq. and Co. Lombard-street Rev. Mr Hatch, rector of St Matthew, Friday-street

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

John Knowlys, Esq. Mincing-lane
Rev. Mr Keble, Fairford, Gloucestershire
Captain Kemp, Mansfield, near Swansea

Right Rev. the Bishop of Landaff

Hon. and Right Rev. the Bishop of Litchfield, Hill-street, Berkeley-square

Right Rev. the Bishop of London, St James's square

Right Rev. the Bishop of Lincoln

Rev. Mr Layton, Ipswich

Miss Lawrence, 26, Lower Brook-street
Lady Lyttelton, Great Malvern, Worcestersh.
Rev. T. Leigh, Addlestrop, Gloucestershire
Langston, Esq. Clement's lane
W. Lawrence, Esq. Cirencester, Gloucestersh.
W. Lawrence, Esq. Sherington, Gloucestersh.
John Lucas, Esq. Stouthall, Glamorganshire
David Long, Esq. Swansea

[blocks in formation]

The Right Rev. the Bishop of Oxford, Lower Brook-street

The Right Rev. the Bishop of Ossory, 6, Palace-yard, Westminster

Rev. John O'Connor, D. D. Dublin
Rev. Dr Ogilvie, Englefield-green, near
Staines, Surrey - 4

Rev. Dr Onslow, dean of Worcester
Dr O'Connor, Castleknock, near Dublin

The Right Rev. the Bishop of Peterborough James Allan Park, Esq. Lincoln's-inn Fields · Wm Parnell, Esq. 6, Canterbury-place, Lambeth

Rev. Mr Philpot, rector of Ripple, Kent Mr Wm Prickett

Rev. Mr Pulton, Windsor

Mr Puckle, Nicolas-lane

Rev. Dr Price, prebendary of Durham Joseph Pitt, Esq. Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Mr Sylvanus Padley, Swansea - 2

I. Philpotts, jun. Esq. Gloucester Mrs James Pitts, do

Mr Thomas Palin, do

Rev. T. Parsons, do

The Right Rev. the Bishop of Rochester Rev. Dr Raine, master of the Charter-house school

John Reeves, Esq.

Rich. Richards, Esq. sollicitor general to the Queen - 2

Charles Rogers, Esq. Ludlow

Rev. Dr Radcliffe, archdeacon of Canterbury
Charles Raikes, Esq. Mincing-lane
Thomas Raikes, Esq. Grosvenor-square
Rev. Dr Rennell, dean of Winchester and
master of the Temple

Rev. Dr Ridley, prebendary of Gloucester
Robert Raikes, Esq. Gloucester

Rev. R. Raikes, prebendary of St David's, do Rev. Sam. Rogers,do

The

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small]
[blocks in formation]

The dean and chapter of Wells

Theoph. Walford, Esq. Waldershare, Kent Rev. Mr Wollaston, rector of Balsham, Cambridgeshire

Rev. Mr Wood, B. D. rector of Herne, Kent Rev. Dr Willis, rector of Bloomsbury and prebendary of Rochester

Sir Wm Wynne, Doctors Commons
Williams, Esq. Lombard-street
-Williams, Esq. do

Mrs Williams, 16, Canterbury-place
Rev. Mr Whitaker, rector of St Mildred,
Canterbury

Rev. Dr Weston, residentiary of St Paul's
J. Wilkinson, Esq. 18, Guildford-street

E. Wilbraham, Esq. Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Rev. C. Walker, Slimbridge, Gloucestershire Mr D. Walker, Gloucester

Miss Williams, Swansea

His Grace the Archbishop of York, South Audley-street

Rev. Dr Zouch, prebendary of Durham

ON

ON THE

NATIVITY AND PERSONAL CHARACTER

OF

*

CHRIST.

ISAIAH ix. 6.

Unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given, and the government shall be upon his shoulder; and his name shall be called, Wonderful, Counsellor, the mighty God, the everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace.

THE Evangelical Prophet in these words sees, as it were, the Son of God born of the Virgin, and the blessed Jesus laid in a manger; and, in a prophetic ecstasy, rather declares than foretells the birth of the Messiah: “Unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given.*" Then

"Singularis est Emphasis in voce, nobis; significat id, quod omnes sentiunt, nostro bono et commodo natum esse hunc Puerum Imperatorem. Vide Vitringa, in locum.

66

Impudenter Judæi hæc ad Ezechiam torquent. Nam, 1o. Hic natus est ante hoc Vaticinium. Vide 2 Reg. xvi. 2; xviii. 2. 2o. Nullum h. 1. Ezechia vestigium, nec verbum hactenus de eo probatum. 3o. Nativitas hujus Pueri lætitiam et liberationem attulit: non sic nativitas Ezechiæ. 4o. De ejus nativitate agitur, qui lucem attulit ambulantibus in tenebris Galilæis et Judæis : id quod nemo Ezechiæ adscripserit. 5°. Sequentia nomina et epitheta nulli mortali conveniunt." Calovius. "Christus hic dicitur puer, quoad humanam naturam, Matt. ii. 11. Puer; ergo homo est: et filius, idque sine adjectione, et xar' sox, ut a reliquis hominibus discernatur, et constet alium a Dei filio non posse hîc intelligi: nec dubium est oraculum illud hîc respici. 2 Sam. vii. 14, ipse erit mihi filius." Calvin, &c. Which last passage is emphatically ascribed to Christ by the author of the Hebrews, c. i. 5.

follows

B

« AnteriorContinuar »