Anglican Beliefs B



Anglican Beliefs B continues our Online Christian Library with links to free public domain works by such men as Francis Bacon, Richard Blackmore, William Blackstone, and John Bradford.


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1               A Wise and Moderate Discourse Concerning Church Affairs. As it was Written, long since, by the Famous Author of those Considerations, which seem to have some Reference to this. Now Published for the Common Good. (1641)

2               Certain Considerations Touching the Better, Pacification, of the Church of England. Dedicated to His Most Excellent Majesty. (1640)

3               Francis Bacon: His Life and Philosophy, by John Nichol 1833-1894. Volume Part 1 (Bacon’s Life) (1901)

4               Francis Bacon: His Life and Philosophy, by John Nichol 1833-1894. Volume Part 2 (Bacon’s Philosophy) (1901)

5               Francis Bacon: (lord Verulam), by Benjamin G. Lovejoy d. 1889. (1883)

6               Lord Bacon his Prayer; and A Prayer for the Student. (1799)

7               No Cipher in Shakespeare: Being a Refutation of the Hon. Ignatius Donnelly’s Great Cryptogram, by the Rev. Aldwell Nicholson. (1888)

8               Sir Francis Bacon’s Cipher Story, Deciphered by Orville Ward Owen 1854-1924 Volume 1 (1893)

9               Sir Francis Bacon’s Cipher Story, Deciphered by Orville Ward Owen 1854-1924 Volume 3 (1894)

10            Sir Francis Bacon’s Cipher Story, Deciphered by Orville Ward Owen 1854-1924 Volume 4 (1894)

11            Sir Francis Bacon’s Cipher Story, Deciphered by Orville Ward Owen 1854-1924 Volume 5 (1895)

12            Studies in the Bi-Literal Cipher of Francis Bacon. (1913) (Author: Fiske, Gertrude Horsford; Gallup, Elizabeth Wells, b. 1846; George Fabyan Collection (Library of Congress) DLC)

13            The Essays of Sir Francis Bacon Knight, on Civil, Moral, Literary, and Political Subjects. Together with the Life of the Celebrated Writer. Volume 1 (1787)

14            The Essays of Sir Francis Bacon Knight, on Civil, Moral, Literary, and Political Subjects. Together with the Life of the Celebrated Writer. Volume 2 (1787)

15            The Great Cryptogram, or, Sir Francis Bacon’s Cipher Story, Deciphered by Ignatius Donnelly. Volume 2 (1888)

16            The Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans, and Lord High-Chancellor of England; Methodized and made English, from the Originals. With Occasional Notes, to explain what is obscure; and show how far the Several Plans of the Author, for the Advancement of all the Parts of Knowledge, have been executed to the Present Time. In Three Volumes. By Peter Shaw, M.D. Volume 1. (1733)

17            The Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans, and Lord High-Chancellor of England; Methodized and made English, from the Originals. With Occasional Notes, to explain what is obscure; and show how far the Several Plans of the Author, for the Advancement of all the Parts of Knowledge, have been executed to the Present Time. In Three Volumes. By Peter Shaw, M.D. Volume 2. (1733)

18            The Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans, and Lord High-Chancellor of England; Methodized and made English, from the Originals. With Occasional Notes, to explain what is obscure; and show how far the Several Plans of the Author, for the Advancement of all the Parts of Knowledge, have been executed to the Present Time. In Three Volumes. By Peter Shaw, M.D. Volume 3. (1733)

19            The Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High-Chancellor of England. In Five Volumes. Volume 1. (1765)

20            The Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High-Chancellor of England. In Five Volumes. Volume 2. (1765)

21            The Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High-Chancellor of England. In Five Volumes. Volume 3. (1765)

22            The Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High-Chancellor of England. In Five Volumes. Volume 4. (1765)

23            The Works of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High-Chancellor of England. In Five Volumes. Volume 5. (1765)

24            Two Books of Francis Bacon - Of the Proficiency and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Human. To the King. (1825)


1               A Sermon Preached Before the King at White Hall, on January 30, 1675 or 1676. (1676)

2               Diatribae or Discourses Upon Several Texts, Wherein Several Weighty Truths are Handled and Applied Against the Papist and the Socinian. (1680)


1               A Letter to a Deist, Concerning the Beauty and Excellency of Moral Virtue, and the Support and Improvement which it Receives from the Christian Revelation. By a Country Clergyman. (1726)

2               An Essay on Redemption. (1785)

3               Divine Benevolence: or, An Attempt to Prove that the Principal End of the Divine Providence and Government is the Happiness of God’s Creatures, by Thomas Bayes. (1731) (Published in 1731 under the name John Noon, Thomas Bayes demonstrates that Gods purpose in creation was to provide his creatures happiness. Written as an answer to nay-saying John Balguy in his paper "Divine Rectitude," Bayes shows the inconsistency of Balguy's position that God is self-serving, and that saying God is not "amiable and lovely, he no longer remains the object of our trust and confidence..." (Balguy argues that God punishes "just because.")

This is a must-read for anyone who feels bewildered about Gods intentions toward his creation. I think you'll find the common sense refreshing.

Bayes was first a theologian, he was a "Nonconformist" which meant he didn't agree with the Church of England’s position on the Divine Right of Kings, and that in the pursuit of freedom that arms against tyranny was wrong. Bayes convincingly argues that God's design and intent for his creatures is to enjoy the happiness he has designed for them. He ably answers why, then, is not everyone happy?

Bayes as a probablist evidently was striving to show God's hand acting in everyday events. It could be argued it's a shame that his theorems are being used for "data mining" in His creatures private lives.

The OCR'd version uses page numbers in parenthesis for easy reference to the original scan; old English type for internal "s" replaces the original "f" of the time period.
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4               Divine Rectitude or A Brief Inquiry Concerning the Moral Perfections of the Deity, Particularly in Respect of Creation and Providence. (1730)

5               John Balguy, an English Moralist of the 18th Century, by Hugh David Jones. (1907)

6               The Foundation of Moral Goodness or A Further Inquiry into the Original of our Idea of Virtue. (1728)

7               The second part of The foundation of moral goodness; illustrating and enforcing the principles and reasoning contained in the former: Being an answer to certain remarks communicated by a gentleman to the author… (1729)


Banks, Richard R. (fl. 1688-1700)

1               Religion and Reason Adjusted and Accorded or A Discourse, wherein Divine Revelation is made Appear to be a Congruous and Connatural way of affording Proper Means for making Man Eternally Happy through the Perfecting of His Rational Nature. With an Appendix of Objections, from Divers as well Philosophers, as Divines; and their Respective Answers (1688)


1               The Disputation at Winchcomb, Nov. 9, 1653, with Letters and Testimonies, Wherein is Offered some Satisfaction in Several Points of Religion. (1654)


Barne, Miles (?-1709)

1               A Sermon Preached Before the University of Cambridge on Sept. 9: Being the Day of Public Thanksgiving for the Delivery of His Majesty's Sacred Person, His Royal Brother, and the Government, from the Late Hellish Fanatic Conspiracy. By Miles Barne, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Fellow of St. Peter’s College. (1683)


1               The Revolution and Anti-Revolution Principles Stated and Compared, The Constitution Explained and Vindicated. (1714)

2               The Theological Works of The First Viscount Barrington, Including The Miscellanea Sacra, The Essay on the Dispensations, and his Correspondence with Dr. Lardner, Never Before Published. To which are Prefixed, A Life of the Author, with a Brief Memoir of his Son, Shute Barrington, The Late Bishop of Durham, by the Rev. George Townsend, M.A., Prebendary of Durham, and Vicar of Northallerton.  In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1828)

3               The Theological Works of The First Viscount Barrington, Including The Miscellanea Sacra, The Essay on the Dispensations, and his Correspondence with Dr. Lardner, Never Before Published. To which are Prefixed, A Life of the Author, with a Brief Memoir of his Son, Shute Barrington, The Late Bishop of Durham, by the Rev. George Townsend, M.A., Prebendary of Durham, and Vicar of Northallerton.  In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1828)

4               The Theological Works of The First Viscount Barrington, Including The Miscellanea Sacra, The Essay on the Dispensations, and his Correspondence with Dr. Lardner, Never Before Published. To which are Prefixed, A Life of the Author, with a Brief Memoir of his Son, Shute Barrington, The Late Bishop of Durham, by the Rev. George Townsend, M.A., Prebendary of Durham, and Vicar of Northallerton.  In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1828)


1               The Geometrical Lectures of Isaac Barrow. (1916)

2               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 1 (Fifteen Sermons on Several Occasions) (1859)

3               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 2 (Twenty-One Sermons on Several Occasions) (1859)

4               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 3 (Thirteen Sermons on Several Occasions) (1859)

5               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 4 (Sixteen Sermons on Several Occasions) (1859)

6               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 5 (Seventeen Sermons on the Creed) (1859)

7               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 6 (Sixteen Sermons on the Creed) (1859)

8               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 7 (An Exposition of the Creed; the Lord’s Prayer; the Decalogue; and the Doctrine of the Sacraments) (1859)

9               The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 8 (A Treatise on the Pope’s Supremacy; and a Discourse Concerning the Unity of the Church) {Called Volume 6 in this Edition, but it would become Volume 8 in the 1859 Edition} (1818)

10            The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow In Nine Volumes. Volume 9 (The Opuscula; Poemata; Two Dissertations; Sermons; Etc. Attributed to Barrow; and a Notice of Barrow’s Life and Academic Times) (1859)

11            The Usefulness of Mathematical Learning Explained and Demonstrated. (1734)

12            The Works of Isaac Barrow Volume 1 (1845)

13            The Works of Isaac Barrow Volume 2 (1845)

14            The Works of Isaac Barrow Volume 3 (1845)


Barton, Philip (1694-1765)

1               The Antiquity and Holiness of Places Set Apart for Public Worship: A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of St. George's Chapel, in the Parish of Portsea, Near Portsmouth, in the County of Southampton, on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1754. (1755)

2               The Edification of the Church of Christ: A Sermon Preached in Lambeth Chapel, at the Consecration of the Right Reverend Thomas, Bishop of Norwich, on Sunday, Dec. 3, 1749. (1750)

3               The Nature and Advantages of a Religious Fast. A Sermon Preached Before the Honorable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Church Westminster, on Wed., Jan. 9, 1739. (1740)


1               A Remonstrance by Way of Apology, for the Banished Members of the Late Flourishing University of Cambridge. (1646)

2               The Life of Dr. John Barwick: Sometime Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge; and Successively Dean of Durham, and St. Paul’s, by Peter Barwick 1619-1705. (1724)


1               Original Poems in English and Latin, with an Appendix. Containing a Dissertation, Etc., and Some Remarks on the Epistle to the Colossians. (1749)

2               The Complete Poems of Dr. Joseph Beaumont, for the First Time Collected and Edited in Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1880)

3               The Complete Poems of Dr. Joseph Beaumont, for the First Time Collected and Edited in Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1880)

4               The Minor Poems of Joseph Beaumont D.D., 1616-1699, Edited from the Autograph Manuscript with Introduction and Notes, by Eloise Robinson. (1914)


1               The Bible, That is to Say, All the Holy Scripture, in which are Contained the Old and the New Testament, Truly and Purely Translated Into English Volume 1 (The Old Testament) (1551)

2               The Bible, That is to Say, All the Holy Scripture, in which are Contained the Old and the New Testament, Truly and Purely Translated Into English Volume 2 (The Apocrypha and The New Testament) (1551)


1               Prayers and Other Pieces of Thomas Becon. (1844)

2               The Catechism of Thomas Becon Written in the Reign of Edward VI, along with Some of His Other Works. (1844)

3               The Early Works of Thomas Becon Published Under the Reign of Henry VIII. (1843)

4               Writings of the Rev. Thomas Becon, Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, and Prebendary of Canterbury. (1831)


Beconsall, Thomas (1663-1709)

1               The Doctrine of a General Resurrection, Wherein the Identity of the Rising Body is Asserted, Against the Socinians and Skeptics, An Easter Sermon. (1697)


1               A Collection of Tracts. I. A Dissertation on II Thess. 2:1-12; In which is Shown, that the Bishop of Rome is the Man of Sin, Etc. II. A Letter to a Friend, Concerning the End and Design of Prayer. Or, the Reasonableness of Praying to an Unchangeably Wise, Powerful, and Good God. In Answer to the Objections of the Modern Infidels. III. A Postscript to the Letter on Prayer, Concerning the Views which we Ought to have in Praying; the Drawing up Proper Forms; the use of Scripture Language; the Confession of such Sins Only, as we are Conscious we have been Guilty of. IV. The 30th Dissertation of Maximus Tyrius, Concerning this Question, Whether we Ought to Pray to God, or no? Translated from the Greek. V. Remarks on the foregoing Dissertation of Maximus Tyrius. VI. The Doctrine of Predestination Reviewed. Or, The Nature of the Councils and Decrees of God; and the Rise and Occasion of the Scripture Language Concerning them. VII. A Brief Account of Calvin’s Causing Servetus to be Burned, at Geneva, for Being a Heretic. The Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. To which are now Added, by way of Supplement. VIII. A Defense of the Brief Account of Calvin’s Treatment of Servetus. IX. A Brief Account of Archbishop Laud’s Cruel Treatment of Dr. Leighton. X. An Essay, Concerning the Belief of Things, which are Above Reason. And, a General Preface. By George Benson, D.D. (1748)

2               A Sermon Preached at Crouched Friars, London, on Oct. 9, 1746: Being the day of Public Thanksgiving for the Glorious Victory, obtained over the Rebels, near Culloden-House, in Scotland. By his Majesty’s Gallant Troops, under the Command of his Royal Highness, the Brave William Duke of Cumberland. Containing: A Brief History of the Rebellion; and pointing out the proper Improvement of the Suppression of it. (1746)

3               Deism Fairly Stated, and Fully Vindicated from the Gross Imputations and Groundless Calumnies of Modern Believers. Wherein some of the Principal Reasons Contained in Dr. Benson's Answer to ‘Christianity not Founded on Argument’ are fully Considered, and Proved to be far from Conclusive. In a Letter to a Friend. By a Moral Philosopher. The Second Edition. (1746)

4               History of the First Planting of the Christian Religion: Taken from the Acts of the Apostles, and Their Epistles: Together with the Remarkable Facts of the Jewish and Roman History, which Affects the Christians, Within this Period (Three Volumes in One) (1756)

5               The Reasonableness of the Christian Religion, As Delivered in the Scriptures. An Answer to a Treatise, Entitled, 'Christianity not Founded on Argument.'  In Three Parts. Part I. Contains the Argument for the Truth of the Christian Religion. Part II. The Answers to the Difficulties and Objections Proposed by this Author. Part III. An Interpretation of the Texts, which he has Perverted. By George Benson. (1743)


1               A Defense of Natural and Revealed Religion - An Abridgment of the Sermons Preached at the Lecture Founded by Robert Boyle Esq. Volume 1 (1737)

2               A Defense of Natural and Revealed Religion - An Abridgment of the Sermons Preached at the Lecture Founded by Robert Boyle Esq. Volume 2 (1737)

3               A Defense of Natural and Revealed Religion - An Abridgment of the Sermons Preached at the Lecture Founded by Robert Boyle Esq. Volume 3 (1737)

4               A Defense of Natural and Revealed Religion - An Abridgment of the Sermons Preached at the Lecture Founded by Robert Boyle Esq. Volume 4                  (1737)

5               The Life of Richard Bentley, with an Account of his Writings, and Anecdotes of Many Distinguished Characters During his Lifetime. Volume 1 (1833)

6               The Life of Richard Bentley, with an Account of his Writings, and Anecdotes of Many Distinguished Characters During his Lifetime. Volume 2 (1833)

7               The Works of Richard Bentley Volume 1 (1836)

8               The Works of Richard Bentley Volume 2 (1836)

9               The Works of Richard Bentley Volume 3 (1838)


1               Life and Letters of George Berkeley, D.D., formerly Bishop of Cloyne; and an Account of his Philosophy. With many Writings of Bishop Berkeley hitherto Unpublished: Metaphysical, Descriptive, and Theological, by Alexander Campbell Fraser 1819-1914. (1871)

2               The Works of George Berkeley D. D., Including his Posthumous Works; with Prefaces, Annotations, Appendices, and an Account of his Life. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1901)

3               The Works of George Berkeley D. D., Including his Posthumous Works; with Prefaces, Annotations, Appendices, and an Account of his Life. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1901)

4               The Works of George Berkeley D. D., Including his Posthumous Works; with Prefaces, Annotations, Appendices, and an Account of his Life. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1901)

5               The Works of George Berkeley D. D., Including his Posthumous Works; with Prefaces, Annotations, Appendices, and an Account of his Life. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1901)


1               A Critical Dissertation Upon I Tim. 3:16. Wherein Rules are Laid Down to Distinguish, in Various Readings, Which is Genuine; An Account is Given of Above a Hundred Greek Manuscripts of St. Paul’s Epistles; (Many of them not Heretofore Collated;) The Writings of the Greek and Latin Fathers, and the Ancient Versions are Examined; And the Common Reading of the Text, God was Manifest in the Flesh, is Proved to be the True One. Being the Substance of Eight Sermons Preached at the Lady Moyer’s Lecture, in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London, in the Years 1737, and 1738. By John Berriman, M.A., Curate of St. Swithin, and Lecturer of St. Mary Aldermary. (1741)

2               The Case of Naboth Considered and Compared with that of the Royal Martyr. A Sermon Preached Before the Lord Mayor, at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul. (1722)


1               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 1 (1834)

2               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 2 (1834)

3               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 3 (1834)

4               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 4 (1834)

5               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 5 (1834)

6               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 6 (1834)

7               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 7 (1834)

8               The Antiquities of the Christian Church and other Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham Volume 8 (1834)

9               The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 1 (1855)

10            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

11            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 3 (1855)

12            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 4 (1855)

13            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 5 (1855)

14            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 6 (1855)

15            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 7 (1855)

16            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 8 (1855)

17            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 9 (1855)

18            The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham, M.A., Edited by his Descendant, Richard Bingham (1765-1858), in Ten Volumes. Volume 10 (1855)


1               A Critical Commentary on Archbishop Secker's Letter to the Right Honorable Horatio Walpole, Concerning Bishops in America (1770)

2               A Short Historical View of the Controversy Concerning an Intermediate State. (1765)

3               Appendix to the Memoirs of Thomas Hollis, Esq., F.R., and A.S.S. (1780)

4               Considerations on the Present State of the Controversy Between the Protestants and Papists of Great Britain and Ireland (1768)

5               Life of the Right Honorable Francis Blackburne: Late Lord Chancellor of Ireland, by Edward Blackburne. (1874)

6               Reflections on the Fate of a Petition for Relief in the Matter of Subscription, Offered to the Honorable House of Commons, on Feb. 6, 1772. (1772)

7               Remarks on Johnson's Life of Milton - to which are added, Milton's Tractate of Education and Areopagitica (1780)

8               The Confessional or A Full and Free Inquiry into the Right, Utility, Edification, and Success of Establishing Systematical Confessions of Faith and Doctrine. (1770)

9               The Life and Letters of Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq (1522-1592) Volume 1 (1881)

10            The Life and Letters of Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq (1522-1592) Volume 2 (1881)

11            The Works Theological and Miscellaneous of Francis Blackburne. In Seven Volumes. Volume 1 (1804)

12            The Works Theological and Miscellaneous of Francis Blackburne. In Seven Volumes. Volume 2 (1804)

13            The Works Theological and Miscellaneous of Francis Blackburne. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1805)

14            The Works Theological and Miscellaneous of Francis Blackburne. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1805)

15            The Works Theological and Miscellaneous of Francis Blackburne. In Seven Volumes. Volume 7 (1804)


1               A Short History of the Last Parliament. (1699)

2               A Treatise of the Spleen and Vapors or the Hypochondriacal and Hysterical Affections - with three Discourses on the Nature and Cure of Colic, Melancholy, & Palsies. (1726)

3               A True and Impartial History of the Conspiracy Against the Person and Government of King William III. (1723)

4               Advice to the Poets. A Poem by Sir Richard Blackmore. (1706)

5               Discourses on the Gout, Rheumatism, and the King's Evil, Containing an Explication of the Nature, Causes, and Different Species and Cures, of these Diseases. (1726)

6               Essays upon Several Subjects. (1716)

7               Instructions to Vander Bank, a Sequel to the Advice to the Poets, A Poem, Occasioned by Her Majesty's Glorious Successes in Battle. (1709)

8               Poetic Works, Containing Creation, a Philosophical Poem in Seven Books, to which is Prefixed the Life of the Author. (1793)

9               The Kit Cats, a Poem, to which is Added the Picture, in Imitation of Annacreon's Bathillus, as also the Coquet Beauty, By the Right Honorable Marquis of Normanby. (1708)


1               A Translation of all the Greek, Latin, Italian, and French Quotations which occur in Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England: And also in the Notes of the Editions by Christian, Archbold, and Williams, by John Winter Jones 1805-1881. (1889)

2               An Analysis of the Laws of England. To which is Prefixed an Introductory Discourse on the Study of the Law. The Fifth Edition. (1766)

3               Law Tracts. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1762) (I. An essay on collateral consanguinity. Considerations on copyholders. The law of descents)

4               Law Tracts. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1762) (II. The great Charter and Charter of the forest, with other authentic instruments: to which is prefixed an introductory discourse, containing the history of the charters)

5               The Commentaries on the Laws of England of Sir William Blackstone. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (Of the Rights of Persons) (1876)

6               The Commentaries on the Laws of England of Sir William Blackstone. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (Of the Rights of Things) (1876)

7               The Commentaries on the Laws of England of Sir William Blackstone. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (Of Private Wrongs) (1809)

8               The Commentaries on the Laws of England of Sir William Blackstone. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (Of Public Wrongs) (1876)


1               Life of Commissary James Blair, founder of William and Mary College, by Daniel Esten Motley. (1901)

2               Our Savior's Divine Sermon on the Mount, Contained in Matthew 5-7, Explained, & the Practice of it Recommended in Sermons, & Discourses Volume 1 (1740)

3               Our Savior's Divine Sermon on the Mount, Contained in Matthew 5-7, Explained, & the Practice of it Recommended in Sermons, & Discourses Volume 2 (1740)

4               Our Savior's Divine Sermon on the Mount, Contained in Matthew 5-7, Explained, & the Practice of it Recommended in Sermons, & Discourses Volume 3 (1740)

5               Our Savior's Divine Sermon on the Mount, Contained in Matthew 5-7, Explained, & the Practice of it Recommended in Sermons, & Discourses Volume 4 (1740)


1               William Blackstone, Boston's First Inhabitant by Thomas Coffin Amory 1812-1889. (1877)


Blunt, Henry (1794-1843)

1               A Family Exposition of the Pentateuch. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (Genesis) (1841)

2               A Family Exposition of the Pentateuch. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (Exodus-Leviticus) (1842)

3               A Family Exposition of the Pentateuch. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (Numbers-Deuteronomy) (1844)

4               A Practical Exposition of the Epistles to the Seven Churches of Asia. (1839)

5               Lectures on the History of Abraham and Jacob. (1839)

6               Lectures on the History of Elisha. (1839)

7               Lectures upon the History of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. (1840)

8               Nine Lectures upon the History of Saint Peter. (1836)

9               Posthumous Sermons. (1852)

10            Queen Amethyst: or, The Lips of Snow. (1884)

11            Sermons Preached in Trinity Church, Upper Chelsea. (1840)

12            Twelve Lectures upon the History of Saint Paul. (1851)

13            Two Discourses upon the Trial of the Spirits, Preached at the Parish Church of Upper Chelsea. (1833)


1               A Companion to the New Testament: Being a Plain Commentary on Scripture History from the Birth of Our Lord to the End of the Apostolic Age. (1881)

2               A Companion to the Old Testament. (1872)

3               A Key to Christian Doctrine and Practice Founded on the Church Catechism. (1882)

4               A Key to the Knowledge and use of the Book of Common Prayer. (1871)

5               A Key to the Knowledge and use of the Holy Bible. (1882)

6               A Key to the Knowledge of Church History, Ancient. (1871)

7               Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties, and Schools of Religious Thought. (1874)

8               Directorium Pastorale: Principles and Practice of Pastoral Work in the Church of England. (1864)

9               Dursley and its Neighborhood; Being Historical Memorials of Dursley, Beverston, Cam, and Uley. (1877)

10            Household Theology: A Handbook of Religious Information Respecting the Holy Bible, the Prayer Book, the Church, the Ministry, Divine Worship, the Creeds, Etc. Etc. (1868)

11            Tewkesbury Abbey and its Associations. (1898)

12            The Annotated Book of Common Prayer: Being a Historical, Ritual, and Theological Commentary on the Devotional System of the Church of England. (1895)

13            The Book of Church Law: Being the Legal Duties and Rights both Parochial Clergy and of the Laity of the Church of England. (1872)

14            The Reformation of the Church of England, its History, Principles, and Results, A. D. 1514-1547. (1869)

15            The Sacraments and Sacramental Ordinances of the Church: Being a plain Exposition of their History, Meaning, and Effects. (microfilm) (1868)

16            Three Essays on the Leading Principles of the Reformation: Illustrating its Catholic Character from its Constitutional, Doctrinal, and Ritual History. (1860)

17            Union and Disunion: or, The True Relation of the Church of England to other Religious Communities, Catholic and Protestant: An Address Delivered by the Request of the Salisbury Branch of the English Church Union, at Laverstock, on August 19, 1869. (1870)


Bompas, Charlotte Selina (1830-1917)

1               Owindia: A True Tale of the MacKenzie River Indians, North-West America. (microfilm) (1886)


1               An Apostle of the North; Memoirs of the Right Reverend William Carpenter Bompas, D.D., First Bishop of Athabasca, 1874-1884, First Bishop of Mackenzie River, 1884-1891, and First Bishop of Selkirk (Yukon), 1891-1906. (1908)


1               A Final Appeal to the Literary Public, Relative to Pope, in Reply to Certain Observations of Mr. Roscoe, in his Edition of that Poet’s Works. To which are added, some Remarks on Lord Byron’s Conversations, as far as they Relate to the same Subject and the Author. In Letters to a Literary Friend. (1825) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850 Subject: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Roscoe, William, 1753-1831)

2               A Letter to the Right Honorable Lord Henley Chiefly Relating to Cathedral Establishments and Choir-Services, Occasioned by some Passages in his Late Plan of Church Reform. (1833) (Author: William Lisle Bowles, Robert Henley (2nd baron.))

3               A Reply to an Unsentimental sort of Critic, the Reviewer of Spencer’s Anecdotes, in the Quarterly Review for October 1820; Otherwise to a Certain Critic and Grocer, the Longinus of in-door Nature. (1820) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850 Subject: Spence, Joseph, 1699-1768; Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744)

4               A Vindication of the Late Editor of Pope’s Works, from some Charges Brought Against him, by a Writer in the Quarterly Review, for October, 1820. (1821)

5               A Word on Cathedral-Oratorios and Clergy-Magistrates: Addressed to Lord Mountcashel. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles, Canon Residentiary of Sarum, Late Steward of the Gloucester Music Meeting, and one of His Majesty’s Justices of Peace for the County of Wilts. (1830)

6               Annals and Antiquities of Lacock Abbey, by William Lisle Bowles and John Gough Nichols. (1835) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Nichols, John Gough, 1806-1873, joint author
Subject:
Salisbury, Ela de Longespée, Countess of, 1187-1261; Salisbury family; Longespée family; Romara family; Vitré family; Lacock Abbey (England); Bradenstoke Priory)

7               Eighteenth Century Literature; an Oxford Miscellany. (1909) (I. Steele and the sentimental comedy. By M. E. Hare.--II. Lady Winchelsea. By Elsie Drew.--III. Fielding's Jonathan Wild. By G. T. Bispham.--IV. The letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. By Violet L. Jacquier. --V. Young's Night thoughts. By M. West.--VI. Horace Walpole's views on literature. By J. G. Fairfax.--VII. Enthusiasm. By J. E. V. Crofts.--VIII. William Lisle Bowles. By T. E. Casson)

8               Hermes Britannicus. A Dissertation on the Celtic Deity Teutates, the Mercurius of Caesar, in Further Proof and Corroboration of the Origin and Designation of the Great Temple at Abury, in Wiltshire. (1828)

9               Lessons in Criticism to William Roscoe, Esq., F.R.S., Member of the Della Crusca Society of Florence, F.R.S.L.: In Answer to his Letter to the Reverend W. L. Bowles on the Character and Poetry of Pope; with Further Lessons in Criticism to a Quarterly Reviewer. (1826) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Subject: Roscoe, William, 1753-1831; Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Taylor, George, 1771-1851)

10            Paulus Parochialis; or, A Plain… View of the Object… of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. (1826)

11            The Life of Thomas Ken. D.D., Deprived Bishop of Bath and Wells: Viewed in Connection with Public Events, and the Spirit of the Times, Political and Religious, in which he Lived: Including some Account of the Fortunes of Morley, Bishop of Winchester, his First Patron and the Friend of Isaac Walton, Brother-in-Law of Bishop Ken. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles, Canon Residentiary of Salisbury, M.A., M.R.S.L. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1830) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850)

12            The Life of Thomas Ken. D.D., Deprived Bishop of Bath and Wells: Viewed in Connection with Public Events and the Spirit of the Times, Political and Religious, Particularly those Great Events, The Restoration, 1660, and Revolution of 1688: Including the Period of Fanatical Puritanism from 1640 to the Death of Cromwell. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles, Canon Residentiary of Salisbury, M.A., M.R.S.L. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1831) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850)

13            The Poetical Works of William Lisle Bowles, Canon of St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Rector of Bremhill. With Memoir, Critical Dissertation, and Explanatory Notes, By the Rev. George Gilfillan. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855)

14            The Poetical Works of William Lisle Bowles, Canon of St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Rector of Bremhill. With Memoir, Critical Dissertation, and Explanatory Notes, By the Rev. George Gilfillan. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

15            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 1 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

16            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 2 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

17            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 3 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

18            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 4 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

19            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 5 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

20            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 6 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

21            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 7 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

22            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 8 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

23            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 9 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

24            The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose, Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, By Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and Others. To which are added, now First Published, some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. In Ten Volumes. Volume 10 (1806) (Author: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850; Chalmers, Alexander, 1759-1834; Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801; Warburton, William, Bp. of Gloucester, 1698-1779; Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800)

25            Two Letters to the Right Honorable Lord Byron, in Answer to his Lordship’s Letter to **** ******, on the Rev. W.M. Bowles’s Strictures on the Life and Writings of Pope: More Particularly on the Question, Whether Poetry be more Immediately Indebted to what is Sublime or Beautiful in the Works of Nature, or the Works of Art? (1821) (Author: Bowles, William Lisle, 1762-1850 Subject: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744; Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824)


1               Converts from Infidelity or Lives of Eminent Individuals who have Renounced Libertine Principles and Skeptical Opinions, and Embraced Christianity, by Andrew Crichton 1790-1855. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1827) (Vol. 1. - John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester; Count Struensee; Count Brandt; Lord Lyttelton; Sir John Pringle; Gilbert West; Charles Gildon; Richard Cecil.)

2               Converts from Infidelity or Lives of Eminent Individuals who have Renounced Libertine Principles and Skeptical Opinions, and Embraced Christianity, by Andrew Crichton 1790-1855. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1827) (Hon. Robert Boyle; Captain James Wilson; Soame Jenyns; Dr. Thomas Bateman; Baron Haller; Rev. John Newton; M. De La Harpe; John Bunyan.)

3               Love and Religion Demonstrated in the Martyrdom of Theodora and of Didymus. (1703)

4               Reasons why a Protestant should not turn Papist: or, Protestant Prejudices against the Roman Catholic Religion; Proposed in a Letter to a Romish Priest. (1687)

5               Robert Boyle - A Biography, by Flora Masson. (1914)

6               Robert Boyle, Inventor and Philanthropist - A Biographical Sketch, by Lawrence Saunders. (1885)

7               Some Considerations Touching the Style of the Holy Scriptures, Rendered into Modern Language, by P. Panter (1825)

8               Some Considerations about the Reconcilableness of Reason and Religion. (1675)

9               Some Motives and Incentives to the Love of God Pathetically Discoursed of in a Letter to a Friend. (1665)

10            The Philosophical Works of Robert Boyle Volume 1 (1725)

11            The Philosophical Works of Robert Boyle Volume 2 (1725)

12            The Philosophical Works of Robert Boyle Volume 3 (1725)

13            The Theological Works of the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esq. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1715)

14            The Theological Works of the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esq. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1715)

15            Treatises on the High Veneration man's Intellect Owes to God, on Things Above Reason, and on the Style of the Holy Scriptures (1836)


1               Memoirs of the Life and Martyrdom of John Bradford, with his Examinations, Letters, Etc. arranged in Chronological order. Together with a Translation of Bishop Gardiner’s Book, ‘De Vera Obedientia,’ and Bonner’s ‘Prefatory Letter.’ (1834) (Author: Bradford, John, 1510?-1555; Stevens, William, religious writer; Gardiner, Stephen, Bp. of Winchester, 1493?-1555)

2               The Writings of John Bradford, M. A., Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and Bendary of St. Paul's. Martyr, 1555. Volume 1 (1848)

3               The Writings of John Bradford, M. A., Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and Bendary of St. Paul's. Martyr, 1555. Volume 2 (1848)

4               The Writings of John Bradford, M. A., Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and Bendary of St. Paul's. Martyr, 1555. Volume 6 (1831)


1               A New Version of the Psalms of David - Fitted to the Tunes Used in Churches (1733)

2               A Sermon upon Occasion of the Death of our Late Sovereign King William - and her Present Majesty's Happy Accession to the Crown. (1702)

3               Church Music Vindicated: A Sermon Preached at St. Bride’s Church, on Monday November 22, 1697, being St. Cecilia’s Day. (1697)

4               Fifteen Sermons Preached on Several Occasions. (1704)

5               Several Sermons Chiefly Upon Practical Subjects. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1730)

6               Several Sermons Chiefly Upon Practical Subjects. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1730)


1               A Warning for the Church of England. (1706)

2               The Works of Rev John Bramhall D. D. Sometime Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland Volume 1 (1842)

3               The Works of Rev John Bramhall D. D. Sometime Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland Volume 2 (1842)

4               The Works of Rev John Bramhall D. D. Sometime Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland Volume 3 (1844)

5               The Works of Rev John Bramhall D. D. Sometime Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland Volume 4 (1844)

6               The Works of Rev John Bramhall D. D. Sometime Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland Volume 5 (1845)


Brett, Thomas (1667-1744)

1               A Chronological Essay on the Sacred History, Being a Defense of the Computation of the Septuagint. (1729)

2               A Letter Showing why our English Bibles differ so much from the Septuagint. (1743)

3               An Account of Church Government and Governors, wherein is shown that the Government of the Church of England is most Agreeable to that of the Primitive Church. (1710)

4               Letters relating to the State of the Church of England with respect to the Roman Church: Both in Her Doctrine and Practice. (1850)

5               Principal Liturgies used in the Christian Church in the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. (1838)

6               The Divine Right of Episcopacy, and the Necessity of an Episcopal Commission for Preaching God's Word, and Ministering the Sacraments. (1718)

7               The Life of the Late Reverend John Johnson, Vicar of Cranbrook, in Kent. (1748)

8               The Independency of the Church Upon the State, as to its Pure Spiritual Powers, Proved from the Holy Scriptures, and Primitive Fathers. (1717)

9               True Moderation, a Sermon on Philippians 4:5. (1714)

1               Economical and Medical Observation in, in Two Parts, 1758-1763, Tending to the Improvement of Military Hospitals, and Soldiers' Camp Diseases. (1764)


1               Of Drinking in Remembrance of the Dead: Being the Substance of a Discourse delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Cork on Nov. 4, 1713. (1713)

2               Sermons on Various Subjects, by the Right Reverend Peter Browne D. D. Late Bishop of Corke and Rosse (1749) Volume 1

3               Sermons on Various Subjects, by the Right Reverend Peter Browne D. D. Late Bishop of Corke and Rosse (1749) Volume 2

4               The Procedure, Extent, and Limits of Human Understanding. (1728)

5               Things Divine and Supernatural Conceived by Analogy with things Natural and Human. (1733)


1               A New Year's Gift, A Hitherto Lost Treatise, by the Father of Congregationalism, A Letter to his Uncle, Mr. Flower (1904)

2               A Treatise of Reformation Without Tarrying for Any (1903)

3               The 'Retraction' of Robert Browne, father of Congregationalism: being 'A reproof of certain schismatic persons [i.e. Henry Barrowe, John Greenwood, & their congregation] & their doctrine touching the hearing & preaching of the word of God'. Written probably early in the year 1588. (1907)

4               The True Story of Robert Browne, Father of Congregationalism. By Champlin Burrage 1874-1951 and Andrew Dickson White 1832-1918. (1906)


1               A Caveat Against Evil Company. (1716)

2               A Defense of Revealed Religion Against the Exceptions of a Late Writer in his Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old as Creation, Etc.'. By John Conybeare, D.D., Rector of Exeter College in Oxford. (1732)

3               A Defense of the Religion of Nature, and the Christian Revelation; Against The Defective Account of the One, And the Exceptions Against the Other, in a Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old as the Creation', by Simon Browne. (1732)

4               A Letter to Dr. Waterland; Containing some Remarks on his Vindication of Scripture: In Answer to a Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old as Creation'. Together with the Sketch or Plan of Another Answer to the Said Book, by Conyers Middleton. (1683-1750) (1731)

5               Christianity as Old as Creation or The Gospel a Republication of the Religion of Nature, by Matthew Tindal, L.L.D. (Deist). (1653-1733) (1798)

6               Hymns and Spiritual Songs. (1720)

7               Joy and Trembling, a Sermon. (1716)

8               Remarks on a Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old as Creation', with Regard to Ecclesiastical Antiquity, by John Chapman, a Priest of the University of Cambridge. (1732)

9               Some Thoughts Concerning Religion, Natural and Revealed, and the Manner of Understanding Revelation: Tending to Show that Christianity is, Indeed Very Near, as Old as the Creation, by Duncan Forbes. (1685-1747) (1735)

10            Defense of the Religion of Nature, and the Christian Revelation: Against the Defective Account of the One, and the Exceptions Against the Other, Bound together with The Close of the Defense of the Religion of Nature and the Christian Revelation Against the Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old as the Creation'. (1733)

11            The Cure of Deism or The Mediatorial Scheme by Jesus Christ the Only True Religion. In Answer to the Objections Stated, And to the Very Imperfect Account of the Religion of Nature, and of Christianity, given by the Two Oracles of Deism, the Author of ‘Christianity as old as Creation’; and the Author of the ‘Characteristics’. With an Application to Papists, Quakers, Socinians, and Skeptics. And an Appendix, in Answer to a Book, Entitled, ‘The Moral Philosopher’, or a Dialogue Between a Christian Deist and a Christian Jew. In Two Volumes, by a Country Clergyman.     Volume 1 (1737)

12            The Cure of Deism or The Mediatorial Scheme by Jesus Christ the Only True Religion. In Answer to the Objections Stated, And to the Very Imperfect Account of the Religion of Nature, and of Christianity, given by the Two Oracles of Deism, the Author of ‘Christianity as old as Creation’; and the Author of the ‘Characteristics’. With an Application to Papists, Quakers, Socinians, and Skeptics. And an Appendix, in Answer to a Book, Entitled, ‘The Moral Philosopher’, or a Dialogue Between a Christian Deist and a Christian Jew. In Two Volumes, by a Country Clergyman.     Volume 2 (1737)

13            The Usefulness, Truth, and Excellency of the Christian Revelation Defended Against the Objections Contained in a Late Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old as the Creation, Etc.', by James Foster. (1697-1753) (1734)


1               Religio Medici, Letter to a Friend, Christian Morals, Etc.  (1906)

2               Seventeenth Century Men of Latitude. Forerunners of the New Theology. (Men of latitude in a century of narrowness.--John Hales.--William Chillingworth.--Benjamin Whichcote.--John Smith.--Henry More.—Jeremy Taylor.--Sir Thomas Browne.--Richard Baxter.--Conclusion
Keywords
: Hales, John, 1584-1656; Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644; Whichcote, Benjamin, 1609-1683; Smith, John, 1618-1652; More, Henry, 1614-1687; Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667; Browne, Thomas, Sir, 1605-1682; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691 (1908)

3               Sir Thomas Browne, by Edmund Gosse 1849-1928. (1905)

4               The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Edited by Charles Sayle. Volume 1(1912)

5               The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Edited by Charles Sayle. Volume 2(1912)

6               The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Edited by Charles Sayle. Volume 3(1912)

7               The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Including his Unpublished Correspondence, and a Memoir. Volume 1(1846)

8               The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Including his Unpublished Correspondence, and a Memoir. Volume 2(1846)

9               The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Including his Unpublished Correspondence, and a Memoir. Volume 3(1846)

10            The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Including his Unpublished Correspondence, and a Memoir. Volume 4(1846)


1               A Sermon Preached at Hampton Court Before the King's Majesty, On Tuesday, September 23, 1606. (1606)


Bugg, Francis (1640-1724)

1               Quakerism Withering, and Christianity Reviving: or, A Brief Reply to the Quakers Pretended Vindication. In Answer to a Printed Sheet Delivered to the Parliament. Wherein their Errors, both Fundamentals, and Circumstantials, are further Detected, and George Whitehead further Unmasked. By an earnest Contender for the Christian Faith, Francis Bugg. Licensed on March 3, 1693. (1694)

2               The Pilgrim's Progress, from Quakerism to Christianity: Containing a Further Discovery of the Danger of the Growth of Quakerism, not only in point of Doctrine, but also in their Politics, in what they call their Church-Government, both in matter of fact Practice and Experience, from the Connection of the use and Design of their Silent Meetings, their Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly Meetings, Etc., their fund or common stock, with the Consequence of it: Together with a Remedy Proposed for the Cure of Quakerism: to which is added an Appendix showing where there is the most Damnable Plot contrived and being carried on by New-Rome, and that by a United Confederacy against the Reformed Religion and the Professors thereof, both Magistrates, Ministers, and People: with a Challenge to George Whitehead {her Chief Cardinal} to prove the same. (1698)


1               Defensio Fidei Nicaenae. A Defense of the Nicene Creed, out of the Extant Writings of the Catholic Doctors, who Flourished during the Three First Centuries of the Christian Church; in which also is Incidentally Vindicated the Creed of Constantinople; Concerning the Holy Ghost. By George Bull, D.D., A Priest of the English Church, afterwards Lord Bishop of St. David’s. A New Translation. Volume 1 (1851) (Author: Bull, George, 1634-1710; Burton, Edward, 1794-1836; Grabe, Joannes Ernestus, 1666-1711)

2               Defensio Fidei Nicaenae. A Defense of the Nicene Creed, out of the Extant Writings of the Catholic Doctors, who Flourished during the Three First Centuries of the Christian Church; in which also is Incidentally Vindicated the Creed of Constantinople; Concerning the Holy Ghost. By George Bull, D.D., A Priest of the English Church, afterwards Lord Bishop of St. David’s. A New Translation. Volume 2 (1852) (Author: Bull, George, 1634-1710; Burton, Edward, 1794-1836; Grabe, Joannes Ernestus, 1666-1711)

3               Examen Censurae: An Answer to Certain Strictures before Unpublished on a Book, Entitled, ‘Harmonia Apostolica, Etc.’ (1843) (Author: Bull, George, 1634-1710 Subject: Bull, George, 1634-1710; Gataker, Charles, 1614 or 15-1680; Tully, T. (Thomas), 1620-1676; Justification (Christian theology))

4               Harmonia Apostolica: or, Two Dissertations. In the Former of which the Doctrine of St. James on Justification by Works is Explained and Defended: In the Latter the Agreement of St. Paul and St. James is Clearly Shown.(1844)

5               The Judgment of the Catholic Church on the Necessity of Believing that Our Lord Jesus Christ is Very God; the Primitive and Apostolic Tradition of the Doctrine Concerning the Divinity of Our Savior Jesus Christ: And, Brief Animadversions on a Treatise of Mr. Gilbert Clerke. (Volume 3 in the Nicene Creed Series) (1855)

6               The Life of George Bull D. D. Lord Bishop of Saint David's, by Robert Nelson 1656-1715. (1816)

7               The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 1 (Twenty Sermons) (1846)

8               The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 2 (Six Discourses) (1846)

9               The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 3 (Harmonia Apostolica, seu Binae Dissertationes. {in Latin}) (1846)

10            The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 4 (Examen Censurea: sive Responsio ad Quasdum Animadversiones {in Latin}) (1846)

11            The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 5 (Part 1) (Defensio Fidei Nicaenae {in Latin}) (1846)

12            The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 5 (Part 2) (Defensio Fidei Nicaenae {in Latin}) (1846)

13            The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 6 (Three Discourses in Latin) (1846)

14            The Works of George Bull, Lord Bishop of Saint David's. Volume 7 (The Life of George Bull, D.D., Lord Bishop of St. David’s. with the History of those Controversies in which he was Engaged; and an Abstract of those Fundamental Doctrines which he Maintained and Defended in the Latin Tongue. By Robert Nelson, Esq.(1846)


1               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (Matthew - Mark) (1855)

2               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (Luke - John) (1856)

3               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading Volume 1 Part 1 (Matthew 1 - 13)

4               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading Volume 1 Part 2 (Matthew 14 - 28)

5               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading Volume 3 Part 1 (Luke 1 - 12)

6               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading Volume 3 Part 2 (Luke 13 - 24)

7               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading Volume 4 Part 1 (John 1 - 11)

8               A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels - Mainly for Devotional Reading Volume 4 Part 2 (John 12 - 21)

9               A Treatise on the Pastoral Office: Addressed Chiefly to Candidates for Holy Orders, or those who have Recently Undertaken the Cure of Souls. (1864)

10            Inspiration and Interpretation: Seven Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford: With Preliminary Remarks: Being an Answer to a Volume, Entitled, ‘Essays and Reviews.” (1861)

11            John William Burgon, Late Dean of Chichester - A Biography, with Extracts from his Letters & Early Journals Volume 1 (1892)

12            John William Burgon, Late Dean of Chichester - A Biography, with Extracts from his Letters & Early Journals Volume 2 (1892)

13            Letters from Rome to Friends in England. (1862)

14            Lives of Twelve Good Men, by John William Burgon, B.D. Dean of Chichester, Sometime Fellow of Oriel College, and Vicar of Saint-Mary-the Virgin’s, Oxford.  In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1888) (Martin Joseph Routh.--Hugh James Rose.--Charles Marriott.--Edward Hawkins.--Samuel Wilberforce.--Richard Lynch Cotton.--Richard Greswell.--Henry Octavius Coxe.--Henry Longueville Mansel.--William Jacobson.--Charles Page Eden.--Charles Longuet Higgins)

15            Lives of Twelve Good Men, by John William Burgon, B.D. Dean of Chichester, Sometime Fellow of Oriel College, and Vicar of Saint-Mary-the Virgin’s, Oxford.  In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1888) (Martin Joseph Routh.--Hugh James Rose.--Charles Marriott.--Edward Hawkins.--Samuel Wilberforce.--Richard Lynch Cotton.--Richard Greswell.--Henry Octavius Coxe.--Henry Longueville Mansel.--William Jacobson.--Charles Page Eden.--Charles Longuet Higgins)

16            Mr. Sandford and the University Sermon: A Letter Addressed to the Rev. the Vice-Chancellor. (1865)

17            Ninety Short Sermons for Family Reading: Following the Course of the Christian Seasons. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1865)

18            Ninety Short Sermons for Family Reading: Following the Course of the Christian Seasons. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1865)

19            Petra a Poem. To which a Few Short Poems are now Added. (1846)

20            Some Remarks on Art with Reference to the Studies of the University; in a Letter to the Rev. Richard Greswell. (1846)

21            The Book of Common Prayer with Illustrations Chiefly from the Old Masters. (1852)

22            The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels; being the Sequel to the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels. (1896)

23            The Disestablishment of Religion in Oxford, the Betrayal of a Sacred Trust: Words of Warning to the University of Oxford, at Saint Mary-the Virgin’s, on the Sunday next before Advent, on Nov. 21, 1880. (1880)

24            The First Chapter of Genesis: A Reply and a Postscript. (1886)

25            The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to Mark Vindicated Against Recent Critical Objectors and Established. (1871)

26            The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham: Composed Chiefly from his Correspondence Preserved in Her Majesty’s State-Paper Office: Including Notices of many of his Contemporaries. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839)

27            The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham: Composed Chiefly from his Correspondence Preserved in Her Majesty’s State-Paper Office: Including Notices of many of his Contemporaries. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839)

28            The Maccabees & the Church or the History of the Maccabees Considered with Reference to the Present Condition & Prospects of the Church. Two Sermons Preached before the University of Cambridge. (1871)

29            The Portrait of a Christian Gentleman: A Memoir of Patrick Fraser Tytler, Author of the “History of Scotland.” (1859)

30            The Revision Revised: Three Articles Reprinted from the ‘Quarterly Review’: I. The New Greek Text. II. The New English Version. III. Westcott and Hort’s New Textual Theory. To which is added a reply to Bishop Ellicott’s Pamphlet in Defense of the Revisers and their Greek Text of the New Testament: Including a Vindication of the Traditional Reading of I Timothy 3:16. By John William Burgon, B.D. Dean of Chichester. (1883) (Subject: Ellicott, Charles John, Bp. of Gloucester, 1819-1905)

31            The Servants of Scripture. [Twelve Sermons] (1878)

32            The Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels Vindicated & Established. (1896)

33            The University Sermon and College Services: A Letter Addressed to the Vicar of St. Mary-the-Virgin’s. (1866) (Author: Sandford, C. W. (Charles Waldegrave), 1828-1903 Subject: Burgon, John William, 1813-1888)


1               A Life of Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury. (1907) (Author: Clarke, T. E. S; Foxcroft, H. C. (Helen Charlotte), b. 1865; Firth, C. H. (Charles Harding), 1857-1936)

2               A Discourse of the Pastoral Care. (1692)

3               A Vindication of the Authority, Constitution, and Laws of the Church and State of Scotland. (1673)

4               An Exposition of the Thirty Nine Articles of the Church of England. (1850)

5               Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time in Six Volumes, with Suppressed Passages and Various Unpublished Notes Added. Volume 1 (1823)

6               Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time in Six Volumes, with Suppressed Passages and Various Unpublished Notes Added. Volume 2 (1823)

7               Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time in Six Volumes, with Suppressed Passages and Various Unpublished Notes Added. Volume 3 (1823)

8               Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time in Six Volumes, with Suppressed Passages and Various Unpublished Notes Added. Volume 4 (1823)

9               Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time in Six Volumes, with Suppressed Passages and Various Unpublished Notes Added. Volume 5 (1823)

10            Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time in Six Volumes, with Suppressed Passages and Various Unpublished Notes Added. Volume 6 (1823)

11            Bishop Burnet's Travels through France, Italy, Spain, & Germany (1684-1685) with Comments on the State of the Church in Those Countries. (1752)

12            Fourteen Papers. (1689) (Fourteen papers, viz. I. A letter from a gentleman in Ireland, to his friend in London, upon occasion of a pamphlet, entitled, A vindication of the present government of Ireland, under His Excellency Richard, Earl of Tyrconnel. II. A letter from a freeholder, to the rest of the freeholders of England, and all others, who have votes in the choice of Parliament-men. III. An enquiry into the reasons for abrogating the test imposed on all members of Parliament. Offered by Sa. Oxon. IV. Reflections on a late pamphlet, entitled, Parliamentum pacificum. Licensed by the Earl of Sunderland, and printed at London in March, 1688. V. A letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious Declaration of indulgence. VI. The anatomy of an equivalent. VII. A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country, containing his reasons for not reading the Declaration. VIII. An answer to the city minister's letter, from his country friend. IX. A letter to a dissenter from his friend at the Hague, concerning the penal laws, and the test; showing that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not concerned in that question. X. A plain account of the persecution laid to the charge of the Church of England. XI. Abby and other church-lands, not yet assured to such possessors as are Roman Catholics; dedicated to the nobility and gentry of that religion. XII. The King's power in ecclesiastical matters truly stated. XIII. A letter to several French ministers fled into Germany upon the account of the persecution in France, to such of their brethren in England as approved the Kings Declaration touching liberty of conscience, translated from the original in French. XIV. Popish treaties not to be relied on: in a letter from a gentleman at York, to his friend in the Prince of Orange's camp. Addressed to all members of the next Parliament)

13            Lives of Sir Matthew Hale and John, Earl of Rochester. (1829)

14            Some Account of the Life and Death of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, who Died July 26, 1680. (1812)

15            The History of the Persecution of the Valleys of Piedmont: Containing an Account of what has passed in the Dispensation of the Churches and Inhabitants of the Valleys in 1686. (1688)

16            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 1 (1865)

17            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 2 (1865)

18            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 3 (1865)

19            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 4 (1865)

20            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 5 (1865)

21            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 6 (1865)

22            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition Carefully Revised, and the Records Collated with the Originals, in Seven Volumes, by Nicholas Pocock, M.A., Late Michael Fellow of Queen’s College. Volume 7 (1865)

23            The Life of William Bedell, D. D. Bishop of Kilmore in Ireland (1685)

24            Thoughts on Education. (1761)


1               Dr Burnet's Appendix to the Ninth Chapter of 'Of the State of the Dead, Etc.' (1729)

2               Essays, Divine, Moral, and Political, Viz. 1. Religion in General, 2. Christianity, 3. Priests, 4. Virtue, 5. Friendship, 6. Government, 7. Parties, 8. Plots, by Sir Thomas Burnet 1694-1753. (1714)

3               Of the State of the Dead, and of Those that are to Rise, In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1728)

4               Of the State of the Dead, and of Those that are to Rise, In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1728)

5               The Demonstration of True Religion, in a Chain of Consequences from Certain and Undeniable Principles: Wherein the Necessity and Certainty of Natural and Revealed Religion, with the Nature and Reason of both, are Proved and Explained…in Sixteen Sermons, Preached at Bow-Church, in the Years 1724 and 1725. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1726)

6               The Demonstration of True Religion, in a Chain of Consequences from Certain and Undeniable Principles: Wherein the Necessity and Certainty of Natural and Revealed Religion, with the Nature and Reason of both, are Proved and Explained…in Sixteen Sermons, Preached at Bow-Church, in the Years 1724 and 1725. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1726)

7               The Sacred Theory of the Earth, In which are Set Forth the Wisdom of God Displayed in the Works of Creation, Salvation, and Consummation of All Things. Volume 1 (1719)

8               The Sacred Theory of the Earth, In which are Set Forth the Wisdom of God Displayed in the Works of Creation, Salvation, and Consummation of All Things. Volume 2 (1719)


Burnett, Thomas (?-1750)

1               An Essay Upon Government or The Nature and Notions of Government, Demonstrated in a Chain of Consequences from the Fundamental Principles of Society. By which, All the Nicest Cases of Conscience Relating to Government may be, and Many of them are here Resolved, with Respect to the Authority of Government in General: The End and Manner of Making and Executing Laws: The Measure of Submission to Princes, and the Lawfulness, or Unlawfulness of Revolutions, in a Method Altogether New. (1716)

2               The Scripture Doctrine of the Redemption of the World by Christ Intelligibly Explained to the Meanest Capacity of People: Which may serve as an Answer to a Book, Entitled, ‘The Moral Philosopher,’ so far as it Relates to this Subject. (1737)


1               A Description of the Antiquities and other Curiosities of Rome: From Personal Observation during a visit to Italy in the Years 1818-19. With Illustrations from Ancient and Modern Writers. In Two Volumes, Volume 1 (1830)

2               A Description of the Antiquities and other Curiosities of Rome: From Personal Observation during a visit to Italy in the Years 1818-19. With Illustrations from Ancient and Modern Writers. In Two Volumes, Volume 2 (1828)

3               An Exposition of the Creed. By John Pearson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Chester. Revised and Corrected by the Rev. E. Burton, D.D. Regis Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. (1890)

4               An Inquiry into the Heresies of the Apostolic Age: In Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, in the Year 1829, at the Lecture Founded by the Rev. John Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury. (1829)

5               An Introduction to the Metres of the Greek Tragedians. (1821)

6               Lectures upon the Ecclesiastical History of the First Three Centuries, from the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, to the Year 313. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839)

7               Lectures upon the Ecclesiastical History of the First Three Centuries, from the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, to the Year 313. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839)

8               Remarks upon a Sermon Preached at St. Mary’s on Sunday, February 6, 1831. (1831)

9               Sequel to Remarks upon Church Reform, with Observations upon the Plan Proposed by Lord Henley. (1832)

10            Sermons, Preached before the University of Oxford. By the Rev. Edward Burton, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity, and Canon of Christ-Church. (1832)

11            Testimonies of the Ante-Nicene Fathers to the Doctrine of the Trinity and of the Divinity of the Holy Ghost. (1831)

12            The Apostolic Fathers. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (The Epistles of St. Clement of Rome, St. Barnabas, and the Shepherd of Hermas.) (1888-1889) (Author: Clement I, Pope; Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, d. ca. 110; Polycarp, Saint, Bishop of Smyrna; Hermas, 2nd cent; Wake, William, 1657-1737; Burton, Edward, 1794-1836; Reeves, William, 1815-1892)

13            The Apostolic Fathers. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (The Epistles of St. Ignatius and St. Polycarp.) (1888-1889) (Author: Clement I, Pope; Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, d. ca. 110; Polycarp, Saint, Bishop of Smyrna; Hermas, 2nd cent; Wake, William, 1657-1737; Burton, Edward, 1794-1836; Reeves, William, 1815-1892)

14            The Greek Testament with English Notes. In One Volume. (the Gospel of St. Matthew-the Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John) (1848)

15            The Greek Testament with English Notes. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (the Gospel of Matthew-the Acts of the Apostles) (1831)

16            The Greek Testament with English Notes. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (the Epistle to the Romans-the Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John) (1831)

17            The Substance of Two Speeches, Delivered in Convocation, on Thursday, February 26, 1829. (1829)

18            Thoughts on the Separation of Church and State. (1834) (Subject: Church of England; Church and state -- Great Britain)


1               Bishop Butler, by William Archibald Spooner 1844-1930. (1901)

2               Bishop Joseph Butler, by Albert Edward Baker. (1923)

3               Butler, by William Lucas Collins 1817-1887. (1881)

4               Studies Subsidiary to the Works of Bishop Butler. (1897)

5               The Works of Bishop Butler in Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1897) (The life of Dr. Butler, by S. Halifax. The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature. Two brief dissertations. I. Of personal identity. II. Of the nature of virtue.)

6               The Works of Bishop Butler in Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1897) (Sermons. Correspondence between Dr. Butler and Dr. Clarke.)


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