Moral Philosophy necessarily founded on the Animal Nature of Man.-
Letter from a Recluse, on the same subject, with notes by R. Carlile.-Letter
XXI. from the Rev. Robert Taylor-subject, Persecution, Peculiarly Chris-
tian, concluded.-Address delivered by Robert Owen, at a public meeting of
the inhabitants of New Harmony.-An extension of the view which Celsus
the Philosopher took of the Christian Religion in the second century.—Letter
from D. D. on the Earth's Animation.-Letter from Alexander Hardy of Bol-
ton, to the Rev. Robert Taylor.-The Persecuted Captive, or Christianity's
Prisoner, Lines by I. W. Imray.
Petition of the Rev. Robert Taylor to the House of Commons, with obser-
tations on its Presentation and Reception.-Letter XXII. from the Rev.
Robert Taylor-subject, Rival Universities.-Letter from E. K. D. of Bris-
tol.-Lines written by I. W. Imray on a picture of the Catholic Deity.-
Communication from Sir Richard Phillips.-An extension of the view which
Celsus the Philosopher took of the Christian Religion, concluded.--Reflec-
tions on the defects of Christianity.-Impromptu on "the blood of Christ
being generous wine."