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1               English Humorists of the Eighteenth Century: Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison, Laurence Sterne, Oliver Goldsmith. (1906) (Author: Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729; Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719; Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768; Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774; Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863; Hogarth, William, 1697-1764, illus)

2               The Evidences of the Christian Religion, With Additional Discourses on the Following Subjects, Viz. I. Of God, and His Attributes. II. The Power and Wisdom of God in the Creation. III. The Providence of God. IV. The Worship of God. V. Advantages of Revelation above Natural Reason. VI. Excellency of the Christian Institution. VII. Dignity of the Scripture Language. VIII. against Atheism and Infidelity. IX. against the Modern Free-Thinkers. X. Immortality of the Soul, and a Future State. XI. Death and Judgment. Collected from the Writings of the Right Honorable Joseph Addison, Esquire. (1807)

3               The Life of Joseph Addison, by Lucy Aikin 1781-1864. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1843)

4               The Life of Joseph Addison, by Lucy Aikin 1781-1864. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1843)

5               The Works of Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. With Large Additions, Chiefly Unpublished, Collected and Edited by Henry G. Bohn. In Six Volumes. Volume 1. (I. Poems on Several Occasions. II. Poemata. III. Dialogues upon the Usefulness of Ancient Medals, Especially in Relation to the Latin and Greek Poets. IV. Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, In the Years 1701, 1702, and 1703.) (1903)

6               The Works of Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. With Large Additions, Chiefly Unpublished, Collected and Edited by Henry G. Bohn. In Six Volumes. Volume 2. (I. The Tatler. [20-267] II. The Spectator. [1-160]) (1903)

7               The Works of Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. With Large Additions, Chiefly Unpublished, Collected and Edited by Henry G. Bohn. In Six Volumes. Volume 3. (The Spectator. [162-483]) (1903)

8               The Works of Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. With Large Additions, Chiefly Unpublished, Collected and Edited by Henry G. Bohn. In Six Volumes. Volume 4. (I. The Spectator. [487-600] II. The Guardian. [67-167] III. The Lover. [10 & 39] IV. The Present State of the War, and the Necessity of an Augmentation, Considered. V. The Late Trial and Conviction of Court Tariff. VI. The Whig Examiner. [1-5] VII. The Freeholder. [1-30]) (1903)

9               The Works of Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. With Large Additions, Chiefly Unpublished, Collected and Edited by Henry G. Bohn. In Six Volumes. Volume 5. (I. The Freeholder. [31-55] II. On the Christian Religion. III. The Drummer: or, The Haunted House. IV. Discourse on Ancient and Modern Learning. V. Appendix, Containing Pieces by Addison not Hitherto Published in any Collected Edition of his Works. VI. Letters.) (1903)

10            The Works of Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. With Large Additions, Chiefly Unpublished, Collected and Edited by Henry G. Bohn. In Six Volumes. Volume 6. (I. Letters, continued—II. Second Appendix. Containing Miscellanies and Gleanings. III. Translations of Addison’s Latin Poems. IV. Addison’s Latin Prose. V. Official Documents. VI. Addisoniana. Or Snippets from Addison’s Life.) (1903)



Allen, John (1771-1839)

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1               A Short History of the House of Commons, with Reference to Reform. (1831)

2               Inquiry into the Rise and Growth of the Royal Prerogative in England. (1830)

3               Letters of Scaevola, on the Dismissal of His Majesty’s late Ministers. (1807)

4               Memoirs of the Life of the Late Major-General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines; Collected from his Journals: with Copious Extracts from his Principal Works on Religious Subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1815) (Author: Burn, Andrew, 1742-1814; Allen, John, 1771-1843; Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841)

5               Memoirs of the Life of the Late Major-General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines; Collected from his Journals: with Copious Extracts from his Principal Works on Religious Subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1815) (Author: Burn, Andrew, 1742-1814; Allen, John, 1771-1843; Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841)

6               Modern Judaism: or, A Brief Account of the Opinions, Traditions, Rites, and Ceremonies of the Jews in Modern Times: By John Allen. Second Edition: Revised and Corrected. (1830)

7               The Fathers, the Reformers, and the Public Formularies, of the Church of England, In Harmony with Calvin, and Against the Bishop of Lincoln; to which is Prefixed, a Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Subject of this Controversy. By a Layman. (1812)


Allen, Thomas (1681-1755)

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1               The Travels of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: From His Infancy to His Ascension into Heaven. To which are Prefixed the Travels of the Blessed Virgin Mary; the Wise Men out of the East, and of Saint John the Baptist. And thereunto Subjoined, the Travels of St. Peter the Apostle, St. John the Evangelist, and Saint Paul the Apostle: With an Account of their Labors, Dangers, and Sufferings, which they Underwent for the Profession of the Christian Faith. Likewise Memorable Remarks upon the Ancient and Present State of all those Provinces, Cities, Towns, and Villages: With the Distance of each Place from Jerusalem; and the Number of Miles which they Travelled during their Peregrination here upon Earth. Very useful and Instructive for the Better Understanding the History of the New Testament. By Thomas Allen, M.A. (1735)


1               A Discourse Concerning the Period of Human Life: Whether Mutable or Immutable. The Second Edition Corrected. By the Author of ‘The Duty of Man Laid Down in Express Words of Scripture.’ (1677)

2               The Art of Contentment. By the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man, Etc.’ (1675)

3               The Art of Patience and Balm of Gilead under All Afflictions.  An Appendix to The Art of Contentment, By the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man.’ The Second Impression with Additional Prayers Suitable to the Several Occasions. (1694)

4               The Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety. or An Impartial Survey of the Ruins of Christian Religion, Undermined by Unchristian Practice. Written by the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man.’ (1667)

5               The Divine Authority and Usefulness of the Holy Scripture Asserted in a Sermon on II Tim. 3:15. By Richard Altree, D.D., and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. (1673)

6               The Gentleman's Calling. Written by the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man.’ (1705)

7               The Government of the Tongue. By the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man.’ (1674)

8               The Ladies' Calling In Two Parts. By the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man, Etc.’ The Second Impression. (1673)

9               The Life of Richard Allestree, D.D., Sometime Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford, and Provost of Eton, by John Fell. (1848)

10            The Lively Oracles Given to us. or The Christian's Birthright and Duty, in the Custody and Use of the Holy Scripture. By the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man, Etc.’ (1696)

11            The Practice of Christian Graces or The Whole Duty of Man, Laid Down in a Plain and Familiar Way for the use of All, with Private Devotions for Several Occasions. (1845)

12            The Vanity of the Creature. By the Author of ‘The Whole Duty of Man, Etc.’ Together with a Letter Prefixed, Sent to the Bookseller, Relating to the Author. (1684)

13            The Whole Duty of Man. Laid Down in a Plain and Familiar way for the Use of All, but Especially the Meanest Reader. Divided into Seventeen Chapters. One Whereof being Read Every Lord’s Day, the Whole may be Read over Thrice in the Year. Necessary for all Families. With Private Devotions for Several Occasions. (1821)


Anglo-Catholic Movement

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1               Anglo-Catholic Principles Vindicated: A Series of Original Treatises, and Selected Portions of Published Works, with Special Reviews and Notes, Contributed by Eminent Prelates and Clergy of the Anglican Church: Forming a Chain of Testimony to the Scriptural Authority of Her Doctrine and Ritual, In Defense of Anglo-Catholic Principles  from Perversion by the Revival of Mediaeval Traditions and Practices, and Romish Corruptions of the Truth,-- Renounced by our Church at the Reformation. Edited by J.C.S. (1898)

2               Anglo-Catholicism not Apostolical: Being an Inquiry into the Scriptural Authority of the Leading Doctrines Advocated in the ‘Tracts For The Times.’ And Other Publications of the Anglo-Catholic. (1843)

3               Tracts on the Points at Issue Between the Churches of England and Rome. Bishop Taylor’s Dissuasive from Popery, In Two Parts. And his Treatise on the Real Presence and Spiritual, Etc. A New Edition. Volume 1. (1852)

4               Tracts on the Points at Issue Between the Churches of England and Rome. Dr. Isaac Barrow’s Treatise on the Pope’s Supremacy and his Discourse on the Unity of the Church. Volume 2. (1852)

5               Tracts on the Points at Issue Between the Churches of England and Rome. Miscellaneous Tracts. Volume 3. (1852)


Ascham, Roger (1515-1568)

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1               A Memoir of Roger Ascham. By Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. 1709-1784. (Originally Published in London in 1763.) With an Introduction by James H Carlisle, President of Wofford College, Spartanburg, S. C. (1890)

2               The School Master or Plain and Perfect Way of Teaching Children, to Understand, Write, and Speak, the Latin Tongue. Written Between 1563-8. Posthumously Published. First Edition, 1570; Collated with the Second Edition, 1572. Edited by Edward Arber, F.S.A., Etc., Fellow of King’s College, London; Honorary Member of the Virginia Historical Society; Professor of English Language and Literature, Sir Josiah Mason’s College, Birmingham.(1898)

3               The Whole Works of Roger Ascham, Now First Collected and Revised, With a Life of the Author; By the Rev. Dr. Giles, Formerly Fellow of C.C.C., Oxford. Volume 1, Part 1. (Life and Letters.) (1865)

4               The Whole Works of Roger Ascham, Now First Collected and Revised, With a Life of the Author; By the Rev. Dr. Giles, Formerly Fellow of C.C.C., Oxford. Volume 1, Part 2. (Letters continued.) (1865)

5               The Whole Works of Roger Ascham, Now First Collected and Revised, With a Life of the Author; By the Rev. Dr. Giles, Formerly Fellow of C.C.C., Oxford. Volume 2. (Letters Continued and Toxophilus.) (1865)

6               The Whole Works of Roger Ascham, Now First Collected and Revised, With a Life of the Author; By the Rev. Dr. Giles, Formerly Fellow of C.C.C., Oxford. Volume 3. (I. A Report and Discourse Written by Roger Ascham, of the Affairs and State of Germany and the Emperor Charles his Court, During Certain Years, While the said Roger was there. II. The Schoolmaster. )


Askew, Egeon (1576-1637)

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1               Brotherly Reconcilement: Preached in Oxford for the Union of some, and now Published with Larger Meditations for the Unity of All in this Church and Common Wealth: With an Apology of the use of Fathers, and Secular Learning in Sermons. By Egeon Askew of Queen’s College. (1605)


1               A Full Account of the Rise, Progress, and Advantages of Dr. Assheton's Proposal (As now Managed by the Worshipful Company of Mercers, London) For the Benefit of Widows of Clergymen and Others; By Settling Jointures and Annuities at the rate of Fifteen Pounds for the Hundred by the Year. With Directions for the Widow how to Receive her Annuity. (1741)

2               A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank; but Uninvested with Heritable Honors. By John Burke, Esq. Volume 1. (1835)

3               A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank; but Uninvested with Heritable Honors. By John Burke, Esq. Volume 2. (1835)

4               A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank; but Uninvested with Heritable Honors. By John Burke, Esq. Volume 3. (1836)

5               A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank; but Uninvested with Heritable Honors. By John Burke, Esq. Volume 4. (1838)

6               A Method of Devotion for Sick and Dying Persons. With Particular Directions, from the Beginning of Sickness to the Hour of Death. By William Assheton, D.D., Rector of Beckenham in Kent, and Chaplain to His Grace the Duke of Ormond. (1706)

7               A Vindication of the Immortality of the Soul, and a Future State. By William Assheton, D.D., Rector of Beckenham in Kent, and Chaplain to His Grace the Duke of Ormond. (1703)

8               Debrett's Baronetage of England; Revised, Corrected, and Continued by G. W. Collen. (1840)

9               Debrett's Complete Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; Revised, Corrected, and Continued by G. W. Collen. (1840)

10            The Environs of London: Being a Historical Account of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within Twelve miles of the Capital; Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes. By the Rev. Daniel Lysons 1762-1834, A.M., F.A.S., Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Orford. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (County of Surrey) (1792)

11            The Environs of London: Being a Historical Account of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within Twelve miles of the Capital; Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes. By the Rev. Daniel Lysons 1762-1834, A.M., F.A.S., Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Orford. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (County of Middlesex) (1795)

12            The Environs of London: Being a Historical Account of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within Twelve miles of the Capital; Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes. By the Rev. Daniel Lysons 1762-1834, A.M., F.A.S., Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Orford. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (County of Middlesex) (1795)

13            The Environs of London: Being a Historical Account of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within Twelve miles of the Capital; Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes. By the Rev. Daniel Lysons 1762-1834, A.M., F.A.S., Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Orford. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (County of Herts, Essex, and Kent) (1796)             

 

1               A Remonstrance Against Presbytery: Exhibited by Divers of the Nobility, Gentry, Ministers, and Inhabitants of the County Palatine, of Chester, with the Motives of that Remonstrance. Together with a Short Survey of the Presbyterian Discipline. Showing the Inconveniences of it; and the Inconsistency thereof with the Constitution of this State, Being in its Principles Destructive to the Laws and Liberties of the People. With a Brief Review of the Institution, Succession, and Jurisdiction of the Ancient and Venerable Order of Bishops. Found to be Instituted by the Apostles, Continued ever Since, Grounded on the Laws of God, and Most Agreeable to the Law of the Land. By Sir Thomas Aston Baroner. (1641)

2               Two Petitions to the Honorable Court of Parliament in Behalf of Episcopacy, One Delivered by Sir T. Aston, the Other from the Cities of L. and W. (1641)


1               A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Francis Atterbury: Occasioned by the Doctrine Lately Delivered by him in a Funeral Sermon… on August 30, 1706. (1706) (Author: Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761; Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. Sermon preached in the cathedral church of St. Paul at the funeral of Mr. Thomas Bennet)

2               A True State of the Controversy Betwixt the present Bishop and Dean of Carlisle touching the Regal Supremacy: In a Letter from a Northern Divine. (1704) (Author: Nicolson, William, 1655-1727; Subject: Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732)

3               Additions to the First Edition of 'The Rights, Powers, and Privileges of an English Convocation, Stated and Vindicated': In Answer to a Late Book of Dr, Wake’s, Entitled, ‘The Authority of Christian Princes Over their Ecclesiastical Synods Asserted, Etc.’, and to Several Other Pieces.  By Francis Atterbury, Preacher at the Rolls, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. (1701)

4               British Advice to the Freeholders of Great Britain: Being an Answer to a Treasonable Libel, Entitled, ‘English Advice to the Freeholders of England.’ (1715)

5               Dr. Francis Atterbury's Vindication of the Bishop of Sarum, From Being the Author of a Late Printed Speech, in a Letter to a Friend. (1704)

6               Fourteen Sermons Preached on Several Occasions. Together with a Large Vindication of the Doctrine Contained in the Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mr. Thomas Bennet. (1708)

7               Memoirs and Correspondence of Francis Atterbury, D. D., Bishop of Rochester, With Notices of his Distinguished Contemporaries; Compiled, Chiefly from the Atterbury and Stuart Papers, by Folkstone Williams. Volume 1 (1869)

8               Memoirs and Correspondence of Francis Atterbury, D. D., Bishop of Rochester, With Notices of his Distinguished Contemporaries; Compiled, Chiefly from the Atterbury and Stuart Papers, by Folkstone Williams. Volume 2 (1869)

9               On Religious Retirement. (1856)

10            Sermons and Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions. By Francis Atterbury, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Rochester, and Dean of Westminster. Volume 1 (1774)

11            Sermons and Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions. By Francis Atterbury, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Rochester, and Dean of Westminster. Volume 2 (1735)

12            Sermons and Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions. By Francis Atterbury, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Rochester, and Dean of Westminster. Volume 3 (1761)

13            Sermons and Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions. By Francis Atterbury, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Rochester, and Dean of Westminster. Volume 4 (1751)

14            The Defense of Francis, Late Lord Bishop of Rochester at the bar of the House of Lords on Thursday the 9th and Saturday the 11th of May, 1723 Against the bill then Pending for Inflicting Pains and Penalties on him, by William Wynne 1692-1765. (1723)

15            The Epistolary Correspondence, Visitation Charges, Speeches, and Miscellanies, of the Right Reverend Francis Atterbury, D. D. Lord Bishop of Rochester, with Historical Notes. Volume 1 (1783)

16            The Epistolary Correspondence, Visitation Charges, Speeches, and Miscellanies, of the Right Reverend Francis Atterbury, D. D. Lord Bishop of Rochester, with Historical Notes. Volume 2 (1783)

17            The Epistolary Correspondence, Visitation Charges, Speeches, and Miscellanies, of the Right Reverend Francis Atterbury, D. D. Lord Bishop of Rochester, with Historical Notes. Volume 3 (1784)

18            The History of the Mitre and the Purse: In which the First and Second Parts of the Secret History of the White Staff are Fully Considered, and the Hypocrisy and Villainies of the Staff himself are Laid Open and Detected. The Second Edition. (1714)

19            The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, Concerning the Rights, Power, and Prerogative of Kings, and the Rights of the People, by Baron Lord John Somers(1651-1716) or by Daniel Defoe. (1660-1731) (1710)

20            The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, Concerning the Rights, Power, and Prerogative of Kings, and the Rights, Privileges, and Properties of the People: Showing:                                           1. The Nature of Government in General, Both from God and Man. An Account of the British Government; and the Rights and Privileges of the People in the Time of the Saxons, and Since the Conquest. The Government which God Ordained over the Children of Israel; and that All Magistrates and Governors Proceed from the People, by Many Examples in Scripture and History; and the Duty of Magistrates from Scripture and Reason. An Account of Eleven Emperors, and About Fifty Kings Deprived for their Evil Government. The Right of the People and Parliament of Britain, to Resist and Deprive their Kings for Evil Government, by King Henry’s Charter; and Likewise in Scotland, by Many Examples.                                                                                                                   2. The Prophets and Ancient Jews were Strangers to Absolute Passive Obedience. Resisting of Arbitrary Government is Allowed by Many Examples in Scripture; by Most Nations; and by Undeniable Reason.                                                                                                                                       3. A Large Account of the Revolution; with Several Speeches, Declarations and Addresses; and the Names and Proceedings of the Ten Bishops, and Above Sixty Peers, Concerned in the Revolution Before King James went out of England.                                                                                4. Several Declarations in Queen Elizabeth’s Time of the Clergy in Convocation, and the Parliament who Assisted, and Justified the Scotch, French, and Dutch, in Resisting of their Evil and Destructive Princes. By Baron Lord John Somers (1651-1716) or by Daniel Defoe (1660-1731) The Tenth Edition, Corrected. (1771)                                                                                                              

21            The Late Bishop of Rochester's Vindication of Bishop Smallridge, Dr, Aldrich, and himself, from the Scandalous Reflections of Oldmixon, Relating to the Publication of Lord Clarendon’s History. (1731)

22            The Letters of Alexander Pope to Francis Atterbury when in the Tower of London. (1859)

23            The Miscellaneous Works of Bishop Atterbury, with Historical Notes by J. Nichols. Volume 2 (1789)

24            The Private Correspondence of Dr. Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, and his Friends, in 1725; Never before Published. (1768)

25            The Voice of the People No Voice of God or The Mistaken Arguments of a Fiery Zealot in a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, 'Vox Populi, Vox Dei', Since Published Under the Title of ‘The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, Etc.’; Fully Confuted, and his Designs Proved to be Pernicious and Destructive to the Public Peace; which he Cannot Answer, without Blasphemy and Perverting the Holy Scriptures, Published for the Rectifying of Men’s Judgment in their Duty to the Established Government. (1710)

26            The Works of Virgil in English Verse. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1763) (Author: Virgil, Christopher Pitt, Joseph Warton, Edward Holdsworth, William Warburton, William Whitehead, and Francis Atterbury)

27            The Works of Virgil in English Verse. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1763) (Author: Virgil, Christopher Pitt, Joseph Warton, Edward Holdsworth, William Warburton, William Whitehead, and Francis Atterbury)


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