1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.
1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.
1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.
1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.
1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.
1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.

1797 MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Slavery, John Newton, Scottish Revivals, Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc.

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Very rare second complete year of Greville Ewing's [Scottish] non-denominational missionary magazine with exceptional primary source content related to Slavery, John Newton, Revivals, Extensive Content Related to the Lay-Preaching Revival Plan of James and Robert Haldane, William Carey, etc. etc. 

Ewing, Greville [ed.] The Missionary Magazine for 1797, a Periodical Monthly Publication, Intended as a Repository of Discussion, and Intelligence Respecting the Progress of the Gospel throughout the World. Vol. II. Edinburgh. Printed by James Pillans & Sons. 1797. 585pp.

Contents include:

*The Peculiar Advantages of Bengal as a Field for Missions for Great Britain. 

*Revival of Religion at Orkney

*Letter from Christian Friedrich Schwartz [Missionary to India]

*Report of Drs Jedidiah Morse and Jeremy Bellknap [Series; Missions in North America, Oneida, Stockbridge, etc.]

*A Circular Letter from the Baptist Ministers and Messengers Assembled at St. Albans, Maintaining the Important Doctrines of Three Equal Persons in the Godhead; Eternal and Personal Election; Original Sin; Particular Redemption, etc. by John Gill

*On the Warrant of a Minister of the Gospel to become a Missionary

*A Plan for Spreading the Gospel at Home by Philadelphos [Greville Ewing]

*An Address of the New York Missionary Society by John M. Mason

*Sanctified Affliction and the Power of Faith Exemplified in [the Life of] Jean Nevey.

*Extensive Review of James Tytler's Response to the Second Part of Age of Reason by Thomas Paine [4pp].

*Extensive Review of Abraham Booth's Glad Tidings to Perishing Sinners

*A Letter from Rev. John Clark, Chaplain at Sierra Leone

*Letter to Mr. Thomas Paine on Revelation [4.5pp + 7.5pp, original; apparently not published elsewhere]

*On Fervency in Religion.

*Mr. Thomas' Conversation with the Brahmans, before his Return to England in 1792

*Plan for Making Our Common Supplications, in Concern, at the Throne of Grace [for Revival] with a Schedule of Prayer Meetings

*Anecdote of Lewis Christopher Daehne, a Moravian Missionary, who spent thirty years in the services of the Missions of the Brethren in South America.

*A Letter from William Romaine

*Extensive Review of Robert Balfour's "The Salvation of the Heathen necessary and certain, etc."

*The Journal of William Carey

*Character and Disposition of the Africans [ Slavery, Abolition, Colonization ]

*African Idea of God

*Thoughts on Obtaining Missionaries

*On the Intended Mission to Bengal

*Plan of the Mission to Bengal

*An Essay on the Means by which the Gospel was Originally Propagated in the World

*The Labours of Mr. Samuel Davies among the African Slaves of America

*Letters from Messrs William Carey and John Thomas to Andrew Fuller

*The Missionary Spirit of the Rev. Dr. Philip Doddridge

*Success of the Gospel at Gibraltar by David Bogue

*The Pastoral Care of Jesus over the Heathen by James Johnstone [Extensive Review]

*Predictions Concerning the Person and Kingdom of Messiah, Illustrated. by Malcolm Colquhoun [Extensive Review]

*The Importance of Itinerancies in Scotland

*Who Have a Right to Preach the Gospel? Robert Haldane [Important relative to the lay preachers under the Haldanes, etc.]

*William Wilberforce. A Practical View of the Pevailing Religious Systems of Professed Christians, etc,. [Extensive Review, 8.5pp].

*Copy of a Handbill "To the Jewish People of London," in an effort to introduce them to their Messiah. And An Address to the Jews.

*On the State of Religion in the [Scottish] Highlands

*Hints Towards a Plan for Spreading the Knowledge of the Gospel in Scotland [Haldane Revival Interest]

*John Newton Letter [not seemingly in his Works]. A Letter form the Rev. Mr. Newton [John] to the Rev. Mr. L________n.

*A Reply to the Author of "An Inquiry, who have a Right to Preach the Gospel?" [Series - Haldane Revival Interest]

*Messiah's Glorious Rest in the Latter Days by N. Douglas [Extensive Review]

*Hintes on a Mission to Jamaica

*Lines from Cowper on the Late Rev. George Whitefield 

*Defense of Lay-Preaching

*The Importance of Itinerancies