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Sketches of the Christian Life and Public Labors of William Miller

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    INDEX OF SUBJECTS

    PAGE
    ARTICLES of belief 59-64
    Address to believers in the advent near 173-176
    Admissions of a lawyer 155
    Address to Christians of all denominations 272-277
    Address concerning the disappointment 282
    An illustration of the Advent message 304
    Address to believers, after the passing
    of the time 320-334
    Answer to letter of N.N. Whiting on the
    subject of the “shut door” 335-338
    Albany Conference - Declaration of principles 344-350
    Albany Conference - Miller’s address 350-355
    Associated action 347
    Apology and defense 359-362
    Address to the public 381-385
    Boston Investigator, letter in 101
    Boston Post, letter in 162
    Conversion 43, 357
    Conviction of duty to preach 65, 72
    Correspondence on his views 68
    Calls for labor in many places 102
    Christian Secretary 159
    Christian Reflector, account of labor in 191
    Camp-meeting, East Kingston, N.H 162
    ” Exeter, N.H. 248
    ” Plainfield, Ct 254
    Conference address 249
    Counsel to believers 315-319
    Conference at Albany 343
    Conference letter to his family 407-408
    PAGE
    Deistical Sentiments 25-32
    Difficulties in his study 66, 67
    Death of his mother - his impression 105-107
    Dr. Dowling 190, 195, 200, 204,
    205, 206, 211, 213
    Dr. Chase 190, 192, 193, 195
    Dr. Jarvis 190, 193, 196, 199,
    205, 211, 215
    Dr. Hamilton 190, 193, 204, 205
    Disappointment of seventh month movement 300
    Definiteness of prophetic time 362
    Death and funeral 405-407
    Early life 13-18
    Early Christian life 64-66
    Eld. Hendryx’ first acquaintance with Miller 73
    Eld. T. Cole, Lowell, his disappointment, etc 122
    Eld. Himes’ first acquaintance 127
    Extension of labors 128
    Eld. David Millard, testimony of 131
    Eld. D.I. Robinson, letter of 133
    Eld. L.D. Fleming, Portland, Me., his
    account of labor 139
    Four fundamental points 7
    First public lecture 80
    Fanaticism, its commencement 249
    False reports of Mr. Miller’s property 267
    Faith in his experience in the work 369-374
    Gazette and Advertiser, Long Island,
    testimony of 245
    Home of Mr. Miller 262
    How to deal with those in error 385, 386
    His last sickness - described by Eld. Himes 403-405
    Interview on a Hudson River steamer 91
    Interesting conversation with ministers 177
    Illustration by time of Noah 222
    Interview with Methodist ministers on a
    steamer 286-289
    Interesting letter from Harrisburg 291
    PAGE
    John Starkweather, leader in fanaticism
    in Boston 251
    Low Hampton, settlement there 39
    Labor in a revival 71
    Licence to preach, Baptist churches in
    Hampton and Whitehall 93
    Letter to Eld. Hendryx 75, 82, 88,
    91, 96, 98,
    101, 102, 106, 108
    Letter from Charles Fitch 113
    Letter from pastor in West Troy 115
    Letter from pastor of Baptist church in
    Rome, N.Y 117
    Letter to his son, from Burlington, Vt 118
    Letter from Boston 121
    Lynn Record, notice in the 124
    Letter of S. Hawley, Cong. minister,
    Groton, Mass 126
    Lectured on steamboat 166
    Letter from home 169
    Letter from Mr. Miller on false reports
    of time 182
    Letter of Miller on the fanaticism 255
    Letter to I.E. Jones in Advent Herald 311
    Letter to the Boston Investigator 339-342
    Loss of sight 392
    Letter written when he was blind 394
    Military life 33-38
    “Monomaniac:” interview with a physician 76-78
    Memoranda of preaching 98
    Ministers of various denominations approve
    his labors 104
    Maine Wesleyan Journal, testimony of, 141
    “Midnight Cry,” letter from a member of
    Yale College 168
    Miller and his reviewers 188
    Mr. Shimeall 193, 199, 205, 206
    Miller’s views sustained by the great body
    of expositors 189-216
    Newark, N.J., meeting in the “big tent” 166
    N.Y. Herald’s false report of the time set 181
    N.Y. Observer on same 181
    PAGE
    Notes on points of doctrine 52-54
    ” on prophetic periods 56
    ” on money received 110
    ” on replying to questions 177
    ” on Hebrew word hatak, determined,
    cut off, Daniel 9:24 202
    Notes on fanaticism 249
    ” on Miller’s view of spiritual gifts 256, 257
    ” from Signs of Times on the types 295, 296
    ” on the disappointment 307
    ” on Mr. Miller’s humility and kindness
    of spirit 337
    ” on Scripture citations on points of
    doctrine 345-349
    ” on drawing back from Advent faith355, 356
    ” on the subject of Babylon 363, 364
    ” on the “shut door” 368-370
    ” on the sanctuary and time 8, 372
    ” on the intermediate state 402
    Patriotic sentiments 21-24
    Prophecies, his first views of the, 51-59
    Public labors, commencement of, 79
    Publication of lectures 130
    Pittsburgh Gazette, testimony of, 186
    Prof. Stuart 190, 192, 193, 194, 197, 199
    Prof. Hinton 191, 192
    Prof. Bush 196, 197, 198
    ”” his letter to Wm. Miller 8, 9
    Prof. Pond 196
    Phrenological Examination in Boston 156-158
    Passing of the time 278
    Patience under disappointment 306
    Religious Impressions 41-43
    Rules of Interpretation 48-51
    Results of early labors 83-101
    Reverend, repudiates the title of 97
    Reproof of various errors 364-367
    Resolution of sympathy in his blindness, of
    N.Y. Conf 395
    PAGE
    Response to resolutions of N.Y. Conf 396-399
    Study of the Scriptures 46
    Signs of The Times, publication of 134
    Synopsis of his views 170-173
    Sandy Hill Herald, remarks of 183-185
    Seventy weeks and 2300 days 217-221, 372
    Specimens of his preaching 228-245
    Sickness of Mr. Miller 247
    Seventh month movement - his view of it 375-379
    Sickness in Canada 386-388
    The Scriptures, his love of 92, 93
    The Fountain, temperance paper,
    testimony of 167
    The Countryman, testimony of 186
    Treatment of opponents 217
    The seventh-month movement 295
    Universalism, letter on 87
    Universalist exhorted 95
    Visit of Lafayette 70
    Visits to Massachusetts 121
    Visit to his house, by D. I. Robinson 400
    Way opens for public labors 102
    Watertown, Mass., account of Mr. Medbury,
    Baptist minister 136
    Whittier, the poet, letter of 163
    Washington City, labors in 277
    “What I have not done’” - an interesting
    letter 388-390