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MINISTRY AT WARRINGTON : 1846–1858. Ær. 26–39.

Warrington Academy, Depression-Anti-slavery Meeting-Sunday

school essay — Famine and fever — Working hard -- Sanitary

efforts--Swimming lessons—Industrial School-His sister's work-

“ The Oberlin Press”—His work among young men-Water cure

-Cairo Street : his chapel-house-- Peace Congress at Paris

(1849) : honours paid the delegates—Changes in his home :

receives young artisans - Public Health Meeting : condition of

Warrington : though defeated, still works on—“The Helper :"

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plain speaking : purity-Lectures on Christianity : Swedenborg-

Collision in Sutton Tunnel-Visit to Port Royal—Robbery : his

remarkable handbill - Christmas-tree Miss Harriet Martineau

– Teaches Militiamen : protests against feasting the officers -

School treats - Footpaths: public meeting: “Fair play”–

“ Words on the War :" the Christian standard—Natural history :

Mazatlan shells—Collection presented to the British Museum : his

“Catalogue”-Report to the British Association--Death of his

mother-Letter to his sister Mary—Visits to Halifax— Lectures

Christ's teaching : English Presbyterians-Congregational

troubles : the “Money test : ” Memorial of a minority : the

name “Unitarian :” ministerial freedom : letter to his sister :

a principle at stake—The Permissive Bill: a canvass- - Vege-

tarianism Sails for America-Review of his work in War-

rington : his preaching : the Sunday school: Bands of Hope :

country walks : teaching music : tune-books—Reaching onwards 97

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AMERICAN JOURNEY : 1858-1860. Æt. 39, 40.

A winter voyage-Custom-House-Gift to New York State Museum

at Albany-Colonel Jewett-Catholic Cathedral—Conventions-

Entering Canada–Visit to Montreal : Notre Dame-Quebec :

drives on the St. Lawrence-Ottawa-Canada West : the coloured

fugitives—Niagara—Catholic services—A contrast-Wellsboro'-

Water or whisky ?—Returns to Montreal-Visits Catholic insti-

tutions : cloistered nunneries—Distillery-Sanitary inquiries and

lectures—Quebec-Portland : Neal Dow—Boston : Agassiz : Dr.

Howe : John Brown : the Channing Home—“Slave-catchers'

hunting-ground ”—Unitarian festival : Dr. Gannett-Anti-slavery

Convention : Garrison and Wendell Philips—Amherst College-

Naturalists—From Philadelphia to the Slave States—Charleston,

S.C. : dredging : intercourse with slaveholders and with slaves

Virginia : Richmond : Peaks of Otter : the Natural Bridge: the

slave-boy: endurance of heat and fatigue-Washington, D.C. :

the Smithsonian Institution : Dr. Henry-Antioch College : death

of Horace Mann-Mammoth Cave : hotel life : smoking : Mr. A.

Hyatt: Unios — St. Louis : slaves for sale : Anniversary of

British Emancipation : attempts to lecture : threatened with legal

penalties, besides tarring and feathering !-Up the Missisippi : the

baby's cry-Falls of St. Anthony-Falls of Minnehaha - Letter to

his congregation-Phenomenon at Niagara—Montreal (third visit)

– To Ottawa : “Canadian Boat-song”-Brooks' Farm : Pawgan

Fall-Cursing rebuked—Returns to Albany-Bereavements : the

spiritual world-- Unios-A Shaker settlement—"The Harper's

Ferry affair :" hanging of John Brown--Washington: at the

Smithsonian Institution : a young pupil : negroes : Catholic

worship: Charles Sumner : lectures on Mollusca - Letters re-

specting Warrington : his religious position : doubts as to his

duty — Oppressed by slavery - A debate in the Senate: Mr.

Seward's speech—“Doctor of Philosophy"_“Robbie”

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LAST YEARS IN ENGLAND : 1860-1865. Æt. 40–45.

Warrington Museum - British Association at Oxford : debate on

Darwin's theory : University sermon: his changes in religious
feeling-the Litany: his sister Mary : Priestley statue : “many

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superior people”—Letter on the Christian Life—His marriage :
adoption of Robbie-Collections of shells—Resigns the ministry
at Cairo Street Chapel-Work for the Smithsonian Institution :
“ Lectures on Mollusca”-Supplementary Report for the British
Association-Slavery in the United States : letter to Mr. Seward

-“Rambles of a Lecturer :” Bristol : Cornwall: a majestic sea :

a tipsy fellow-traveller : “no longer parson ”—Removes to Man-

chester : daily life-Greek Church-Hartley Institution : testi-

monials—Distress in the cotton districts : teaching the unem-

ployed-Emigrants to Canada-Lark Cottage-Results of his

work - British Association at Newcastle :

“the great negro

fight : Mr. Craft : Committee on Nomenclature- Visit to Sir

W. C. Trevelyan-Natural History and Physics—His collections

–Trading naturalists—Declines the Liverpool Domestic Mission

-Fire at the Smithsonian Leaves for Montreal

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scholars' grief,Addresses by Dean Bond (Bishop of Montreal)

and Rev. S. Massey—“The Montreal Gazette ” and “Witness"

-Characteristics—Neal Dow and Wendell Philips—Foundation

work : Sanitary improvements : Temperance reform-Dr. Daw-

son (Principal of McGill University) on his scientific work :

American testimonies—His house : the Infants' Home-English

relations and friends : his sister Mary: her death—Memorials 342

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