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Name Index

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A Memoir of Miss Mary Jane Graham
Late of Stoke Fleming, Devon

By The Rev. Charles Bridges, M.A.

Vicar of Old Newton, Suffolk

4th Edition - 1834, pp. 444.

Published by R. B. Seeley & W. Burnside Fleet Street, London

Original held at the Library of the University of Michigan

Index prepared by Michael Steer

This index was produced from a digital copy of the book, which can be downloaded from: https://books.google.com/ Google, in partnership with a number of public libraries has sought to make more widely accessible, old, hard-to-get books on which copyright has expired. Mary Jane Graham was born in London in 1803. She was of delicate health and of a spiritual temperament, Her father, a successful London businessman retired with her to Stoke Fleming near Dartmouth several years before her death. The book's focus is on leading an exemplary Christian life; the prose is euphoric at times. As well as Stoke Fleming, some of her letters were written in Torquay and Chudleigh. The book concludes with six pages of general index.
Name Page
   
   
Alfieri 291
Athanasius 154
Augustine 154
B, Mr. 288
Babington, Mr. 13
Bacon, Lord 159, 168
Barbauld, Mrs. 199
Barker's Parents' Monitor 13
Baxter, Mr.Robert 30, 65, 66, 147, 423, 437
Berriman, Dr. 146
Bickersteth, Rev. E. 296
Blas, Gil 69
Burnet, Bishop 26
Butler 70
Byron, Lord 292-3
Calcutta, Bishop of 22
Calvin 128, 154, 189, 190, 413
Cecil, Mr. 292
Chalmers, Dr. 299
Cowper 397
Crowther, Rev. Samuel 12
Chrysostom 374
Doddridge 17, 131
Fleury, Madame de 397
Gambold 397
Goldsmith, Oliver 68
Graham, Mary Jane 2, 8, 12, 14, 16, 26, 28-9, 31-2, 37, 64, 66, 71, 74, 86, 101-3, 123-4, 127, 131, 135, 137, 143-5, 147, 151, 156, 158-9, 161, 164, 171, 179, 185, 214, 233, 235, 237, 243, 246, 271, 273, 279, 292-3, 295-6, 300-2, 326, 329, 332, 339, 358, 373, 399, 412, 414, 416-7, 421, 426-7, 429-30, 436
Gregory, Dr. O. 420
Gregory, Mr. 17
Gurney, Mr. Joseph John 421
Haliburton 30
Hall, Bishop 178
Hall, Rev. R. 17
Handel 283
Henry, M. 13
Henry, P. 13
Herbert, Lord 31
Hill, Rowland 4
Hoare, Mrs 13
Horne, Bishop 2
Horsely, Bishop 189
Hulton 13
Hurd, Bishop 172
Hurrion 146
Irving, Mr. 423
Jennings, Mr. 15
Johnson, Dr. 122
Leighton 392
Lloyd, Rev. Thomas 420
Locke, John 69, 416
Luther 154
Maclaurin 105
Malancthon 154, 362
Martyn, Henry 56
Mason 217
Mather, Cotton 14-5
Matthews 261
Milner 392
Milton, John 221, 279, 292,
Newton, Sir Isaac 171
Owen, Dr. 128, 367
Paley 73-4, 76, 377
Pelagius 154
Petrarch 216, 291
Rochester, Lord 26
Romaine 392
Savage, Mrs 13
Scott, Mr. 26
Simcoe, Rev. H.A. 80
Stewart 70
Tasso 216
Taylor, Jeremy 199, 279, 285
Toplady 224, 397
Volney 74
Walton, Isaac 390
Waterland 146
Wilkinson, Rev. Watts 33
Williams, Mr. of Shrewsbury 13
Wordsworth 292-3