by Mr. Chandler, and published with the sanction and concurrence of some other dissenting ministers, entitled Plain Reasons for being a Christian; containing a very distinct and satisfactory general view of the evidences of the Christian revelation, reduced into a small compass, as it appears to have been intended for wide circulation, but drawn up in such a form as to leave unnoticed scarcely any topic of material importance which has a bearing on the question.
As is justly observed by Bishop Watson, who has included this essay in his well-known Collection of Theological Tracts, the full merit of this piece will not be seen or fully appreciated by a hasty reading;—every article of it contains matter for much consideration, and shews the author to have been well acquainted with his subject.
In fact, each article may be considered as comprising a series of topics or suggestions on which a diffuse and popular writer might enlarge at great length, and which he might with great advantag
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Watson, John, bleachery.
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ses: in battles of (Civil War and what they mean, X., 120 seq., 142 seq.; percentages of Confederate losses, X., 158.
Lost Mountain, Ga.,
Loudon Heights, Va.,
II., 60 seq., 325, 348.
Louisa Court House, Va.,
Louisiana: I., 31; secedes, I., 346; Inf. company of, at drill, VIII., 143; State University of, IX., 246; X., 28, 86.
Louisiana troops, Confederate: Artilery: Stewart's, I., 354; Watson's, I., 354. Engineers: First, II., 105. Cavalary: First, II., 322; Second. II., 350. Infantry: Second, X., 156; Third, I., 350, 358; V., 209 X., 156; Fifth, I., 364; Sixth, I., 350, 364; Seventh, I., 348, 350, 364; X., 239; Eighth, I., 350, 364; Ninth, VIII., 118; Eleventh, I., 354; Fourteenth, X., 156; Twenty-first, VII., 249; Crescent Rifles, I., 348; Louisiana Tigers, I., 154, 273.
Louisiana troops, Union: Cavalry: First, II., 322. Infantry: First, II., 205; Ninth (colored), losses,
ch,, U. S. S.,
VI., 189, 312, 320. Waterhouse, R., X., 315.
Waterloo, Belgium: battle of: II., 272; X., 120. 122, 124, 140.
Waterloo bridge, Va.:
II., 42; skirmish at, II., :122.
Watervliet, West Troy, N. Y.
: V., 141; arsenal at, V., 154; IX., 219.
Cherokee Indian, I., 362; leader at Pea Ridge, X., 287.
Watkins' Park, Nashville, Tenn.
, V., 65.
Watmough, P. G.,
Watson, 1, VI., 233.
Watterson. H.: IX., 306; X., 21, 24.
Watts, N. G.,
VII., 104, 112.
Waud, A. R.,
artist for Harper's weekly, VIII., 31.
Wauhatchie, Tenn.: battle of, II., 297, 300. 303.
Waul, T. N.,
Wautauga bridge, Tenn.,
Wayne, H. C.,
III., 332, 338.
We are Coming, Father Abra'am,
T. S. Gibbons, IX., 344, 345.
We Have Drunk from the Same Canteen,
C. G. Halpine, IX., 348.