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Anglican Beliefs G continues the Online Christian Library with links to such Anglicans as James Gardiner, Michael Geddes, William Goode, Edgar Gibson, and Godfrey Goodman.


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Garbett, James (1802-1879)

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1               Christ as Prophet, Priest, & King, being a Vindication of the Church of England from Theological Novelties. Volume 1

2               Christ as Prophet, Priest, & King, being a Vindication of the Church of England from Theological Novelties. Volume 2  (1842)

3               Christ on Earth, in Heaven, and on the Judgment Seat. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (Sixteen Sermons) (1847)

4               Christ on Earth, in Heaven, and on the Judgment Seat. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (Seventeen Sermons) (1847)


1               A Practical Exposition of Our Savior's Sermon on the Mount: from the Beatitudes, to the End of the Sermon (1715)

2               The Duty of Peace amongst the Members of the Same State, a Sermon Preached at the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, on July 7, 1713. (1713)


Gauden, John (1605-1662)

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1               A Vindication of King Charles the Martyr: Proving that His Majesty was the Author of 'Eikon Basilike.' Against a Memorandum, Said to be Written by the Earl of Anglesey. And, Against the Exceptions of Dr. Walker and Others. To which is Added a Preface, wherein the Bold and Insolent Assertions Published in a Passage of Mr. Bayle’s Dictionary, Relating to the Present Controversy are Examined and Confuted. The Third Edition, with Large Additions; together with some Original Letters of King Charles the First Under his own hand, Never Before Printed, and Faithfully Copied from the said Originals. (1711)

2               Eikon Basilike, or The King's Book. Edited by Edward Almack, F.S.A. (1903)

3               Eikon Basilike. The Portraiture of His Majesty King Chares I. A New Edition, with a Preface by Catherine Mary Phillimore. (1879)

4               Hieraspistes: A Defense by way of Apology for the Ministry and Ministers of the Church of England: Humbly Presented to the Consciences of All those that Excel in Virtue. By John Gauden, D.D., and Minister of that Church at Bocking in Essex. (1653)

5               The Binding of the Covenant and All Covenanters to their Good Behaviors. By a Just Vindication of Dr. Gauden's Analysis (that is, His Resolving of the Covenant to Law and Justice, to Duty and Conscience, to Reason and Religion. Or his Dissolving it) Against the Cacotomy of a Nameless and Shameless Libeler the Worthy Hieraspistes of Dr. Burges. Also Against the Pitiful Cavils and Objections of Mr. Zach. Grafton, a Rigid Presbyter. With an Answer to that Monstrous Paradox, of No Sacrilege No Sin, to Alienate Church Lands, without and Against All Laws of God and Man. Written by the Author of the Analysis. (1661)

6               The Works of King Charles the Martyr: With a Collection of Declarations, Treaties, and other Papers Concerning the Differences Between his said Majesty and his Two Houses of Parliament. (1662)

7               The Works of Mr. Richard Hooker, (That Learned, Godly, Judicious, and Eloquent Divine)Vindicating the Church of England, as Truly Christian, and Duly Reformed: In Eight Books of Ecclesiastical Polity. Now Completed, As with the Sixth and Eighth, So with the Seventh, (Touching Episcopacy, as the Primitive, Catholic and Apostolic Government of the Church) out of his own Manuscripts, Never Before Published. With an Account of his Holy Life, and Happy Death, Written by Dr. John Gauden, Now Bishop of Exeter. The Entire Edition Dedicated to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, Charles the Second. By Whose Royal Father (Near his Martyrdom) the Former Five Books (Then only Extant) were Commended to his Dear Children, as an Excellent Means to Satisfy Public Scruples, and Settle the Public Peace of this Church and Kingdom. (1666)

8               “Who Wrote Eikon Basilike?” Considered and Answered, in two Letters, Addressed to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, by Christopher Wordsworth. (1824)


Geddes, Michael (1647-1713)

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1               Miscellaneous Tracts. Volume 1 (Viz. I. The History of the Expulsion of the Moriscoes Out of Spain, in the Reign of Philip III. II. The History of the Wars of the Commons of Castile, in the Beginning of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V. III. A View of the Spanish Cortes, or Parliament. IV. An Account of the Manuscripts and Relics found in the Mountains of Granada, 1588. V. A View of the Inquisition of Portugal; with a List of the Prisoners which came Out of the Inquisition of Lisbon, in an Act of the Faith, Celebrated Anno 1682. VI. A Spanish Protestant Martyrology. (1702)

2               Miscellaneous Tracts. Volume 2 (Viz. I. A Dissertation on the Papal Supremacy, Chiefly with Relation to the Ancient Spanish Church. II. A History of the Pope’s Behavior Towards Portugal, from the Year 1641, Until the Year 1666; with Reference to his Granting of Bishops to that Kingdom, and to All its Conquests. III. A Discovery of some Gross Mistakes in the Roman Martyrology, Etc. IV. The Legend of S. James of Compostella, with Animadversions Upon it. V. The Sad Catastrophe of Antonio Perez, Secretary of State to Philip II, King of Spain. VI. An Appendix to the Dissertation on the Papal Supremacy. (1705)

3               Miscellaneous Tracts. Volume 3 (Viz. I Proving, The Adoration of Images; Praying to Angels and Saints; Purgatory, The Doctrine of the Seven Sacraments; Transubstantiation; The Denying of the Cup in the Sacrament to the People; Private Masses; The Adoration of the Sacrament; The Priests’ Putting the Bread in the Mouths of the Communicants; Being Present at the Celebration of the Sacrament, and not Communicating; and, Auricular Confession: To be Doctrines and Practices not Known in the Spanish Church, in the Beginning of the Eighth Century, when it was Dispersed by the Moors’ Conquest of Spain: And that the Spanish Kings had an Ecclesiastical Supremacy, Equal to that which is Now in the Crown of England. II. A View of the Methods by which the Roman Church Keeps her People from coming to the Knowledge of the Great and Manifold Errors and Corruptions which are in her Faith, Worship, and Spirit. III. The Life of Maria de Jesus of Agreda, a Late Famous Spanish Nun. IV. A History of the Schisms which have been in the Roman See. V. A View of All the Orders of Monks and Friars in the Roman Church. With an Account of their Founders, Sufficient to help Anyone to Form a Right Idea of the Men, or of the Writers of their Lives. VI. An Essay on the Countries, Religion, Learning, Numbers, Forms of Government, and the Chief Cause of the Successes of the Nations, by which the Roman Empire was Pulled Down. VII. An Essay on the Canons of the Council of Sarcia, Particularly on that which Relates to Appeals to Rome. (1714)

4               Several Tracts Against Popery, Together with the Life of Don Alvaro de Luna. (Viz. I. The Grand Forgery Displayed, Whereby the Roman See was Exalted and Enriched (page 1). II. An Essay on the Roman Pontificate, Heathen and Papal, Etc. (page 55). III. The History of the Famous House of Loretto, Etc. (page 99). IV. A View of some Papal Indulgences, of the Bulla Crusado, Etc. (page 158). V. A Description of a Solemn Pontifical Mass, Etc. (page 205). VI. The Life of Don Alvaro de Luna, Prime Favorite and First Minister to Don John II, King of Castile. (page 229) (1715)

5               The Church History of Ethiopia. Wherein, Among other Things, the Two Great Splendid Roman Missions into that Empire are Placed in their True Light. To which are Added, an Epitome of the Dominican History of that Church. And an Account of the Practices and Conviction of Maria of the Annunciation, the Famous Nun of Lisbon. (1696)

6               The Council of Trent Plainly Discovered not to have been a Free Assembly; By a Collection of Letters and Papers of the Learned Dr. Vargas and Other Great Ministers, who Assisted at the said Synod in Considerable Posts. With Directions Concerning the Government of a Council, and also the Office of an Ambassador, Etc. Published from the Original Manuscripts in Spanish, which were Procured by the Right Honorable Sir William Trumbull’s Grandfather, Envoy at Brussels in the Reign of King James I. With an Introductory Discourse Concerning Councils, Showing how they were Brought Under Bondage to the Pope. (1714)

7               The History of the Church of Malabar, from the Time of its being Discovered by the Portuguese in the Year 1501. Giving an Account of the Persecutions and Violent Methods of the Roman Prelates, to Reduce them to the Subjection of the Church of Rome. Together with the Synod of Diamper, Celebrated in the Year of Our Lord 1599. With some Remarks Upon the Faith and Doctrine of the Christians of St. Thomas in the Indies, Agreeing with the Church of England, in Opposition to that of Rome. Done out of the Portuguese into English. By Michael Geddes, Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Sarum. (1694)


1               John Howard 1726-1790. (1901)

2               Northumbrian Saints; or, Chapters from the Early History of the English Church. (1884)

3               The Book of Job, with Introduction and Notes. (1915)

4               The First and Second Prayer Books of Edward VI, with an Introduction by E. C. S. Gibson, Bishop of Gloucester (1905-1922). (1964)

5               The Old Testament Miracles in Light of the Gospel. (1907) (Author: Brockington, A. Allen (Alfred Allen), b. 1872; Gibson, Edgar C. S. (Edgar Charles Sumner), 1848-1924)

6               The Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of England Volume 1 (1896)

7               The Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of England Volume 2 (1897)

8               The Three Creeds. (1912)


Gipps, Thomas (?-1709)

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1               Three Sermons, Wherein the Nature of Subjection to the Civil Magistrate is Explained, the Duty Proved, and the Clergy Encouraged to Espouse the Same. (1683)


Goode, William (1801-1868)

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1               A Letter to the Bishop of Exeter: Containing an Examination of his Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury. (1850) (Author: Goode, William, 1801-1868; Phillpotts, Henry, 1778-1869
Subject:
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Bishop (1830-1869 : Phillpotts); Baptism -- Church of England)

2               A Letter to the Rev. William Goode, M.A., F.S.A., Rector of All Hallows, the great and the less: Containing an Examination of his “Capacitating Conditions,” Etc.: Together with a comment on the Famous Passage from Hooker, Quoted by the Judicial Committee. (1850) (Author: Richardson, John, Head master of Appleby Grammar School; Goode, William, 1801-1868
Subject:
Baptism; Infant baptism; Regeneration (Theology))

3               A Reply to the Bishop of Exeter’s Second Arraignment of his Metropolitan in his Letter to the Archdeacon of Totnes Oppugning the Validity of the Orders of the Foreign Non-Episcopal Churches: To which is Annexed a Rejoinder to Chancellor Harington on the same Subject. (1852) (Subject: Harington, E.C. (Edward Charles), 1804-1881; Phillpotts, Henry, 1778-1869; Anglican orders; Apostolic succession; Ordination -- Church of England)

4               Aids for Determining some Disputed Points in the Ceremonial of the Church of England. (1851)

5               An Answer in Defense of the Truth Against the Apology of Private Mass by Thomas Cooper… Published in 1562. To which is Prefixed (as in the Original Edition) the Work Answered, Entitled, ‘An Apology of Private Mass, an Anonymous Popish Treatise Against Bishop Jewel.’ Edited for the Parker Society. (1850) (Author: Cooper, Thomas, 1517?-1594; Goode, William, 1801-1868)

6               Does the Protestant Episcopal Church Teach the Exclusive Validity of Episcopal Orders? (1850)

7               Nature of Christ’s Presence in the Eucharist: or, the True Doctrine of the Real Presence Vindicated in Opposition to the Fictitious Real Presence Asserted by Archdeacon Denison, Mr. Wilberforce, and Dr. Pusey, with full Proof of the Real Character of the Attempt made by those Authors to Represent their Doctrine as that of the Church of England and her Divines. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1856) (Subject: Denison, George Anthony, 1805-1896; Pusey, E. B. (Edward Bouverie), 1800-1882; Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Lord's Supper)

8               Nature of Christ’s Presence in the Eucharist: or, the True Doctrine of the Real Presence Vindicated in Opposition to the Fictitious Real Presence Asserted by Archdeacon Denison, Mr. Wilberforce, and Dr. Pusey, with full Proof of the Real Character of the Attempt made by those Authors to Represent their Doctrine as that of the Church of England and her Divines. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1856) (Subject: Denison, George Anthony, 1805-1896; Pusey, E. B. (Edward Bouverie), 1800-1882; Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Lord's Supper)

9               Rome’s Tactics, or, A Lesson for England from the Past: Showing that the Great Object of Popery since the Reformation has been to Subvert and Ruin Protestant Churches and Protestant States, by Dissentions and Troubles caused by Distinguished Popish Agents: With a Brief Notice of Rome’s Allies in the Church of England. (1868)

10            The Case as it is: or, A Reply to the Letter of Dr. Pusey to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; Including a Compendious Statement of the Doctrines and Views of the Tractators as Expressed by themselves. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1842) (Subject: Pusey, E. B. (Edward Bouverie), 1800-1882; Oxford movement)

11            The Case as it is: or, A Reply to the Letter of Dr. Pusey to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; Including a Compendious Statement of the Doctrines and Views of the Tractators as Expressed by themselves. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1842) (Subject: Pusey, E. B. (Edward Bouverie), 1800-1882; Oxford movement)

12            The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice: or, A Defense of the Catholic Doctrine that Holy Scripture has been since the Times of the Apostles the Sole Rule of Faith and Practice to the Church, Against the Dangerous Errors of the Authors of the Tracts for the Times, and the Romanists, as, Particularly, that the Rule of Faith is, “Made up of Scripture and Tradition Together;” Etc. In which also the Doctrines of the Apostolical Succession, the Eucharistic Sacrifice, Etc. are fully Discussed. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1853)

13            The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice: or, A Defense of the Catholic Doctrine that Holy Scripture has been since the Times of the Apostles the Sole Rule of Faith and Practice to the Church, Against the Dangerous Errors of the Authors of the Tracts for the Times, and the Romanists, as, Particularly, that the Rule of Faith is, “Made up of Scripture and Tradition Together;” Etc. In which also the Doctrines of the Apostolical Succession, the Eucharistic Sacrifice, Etc. are fully Discussed. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1853)

14            The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice: or, A Defense of the Catholic Doctrine that Holy Scripture has been since the Times of the Apostles the Sole Rule of Faith and Practice to the Church, Against the Dangerous Errors of the Authors of the Tracts for the Times, and the Romanists, as, Particularly, that the Rule of Faith is, “Made up of Scripture and Tradition Together;” Etc. In which also the Doctrines of the Apostolical Succession, the Eucharistic Sacrifice, Etc. are fully Discussed. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1853)

15            The Doctrine of the Church of England as to the Effects of Baptism in the Case of Infants: With an Appendix, Containing the Baptismal Services of Luther and the Nuremberg and Cologne Liturgies. (1850)

16            Tract XC Historically Refuted: or, A Reply to a Work by the Rev. F. Oakeley, Entitled, ‘The Subject of Tract XC Historically Examined.’ (1845) (Subject: Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890; Oakeley, Frederick, 1802-1880; Church of England; Tracts for the times (University of Oxford); Oxford movement)


1               A Memoir of Gabriel Goodman, D.D.: Dean of Westminster during Forty Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, the Restorer of the Wardenship of Ruthin, with some Account of Ruthin School, and the Names of the most Eminent Scholars, Etc. ;also Godfrey Goodman, D.D., Bishop of Gloucester from the Year 1624 to 1655, Nephew of the Above. (1825) (Author: Newcome, Richard, 1779-1857 Subject: Goodman, Gabriel, dean of Westminster, 1528-1601; Goodman, Godfrey, 1583-1656; Goodman family; Ruthin (Wales). Free Grammar School)

2               The Court of King James the First Volume 1 (1839)

3               The Court of King James the First Volume 2 (1839)


Granger, James (1723-1776)

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1               A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution: Consisting of Characters Disposed in Different Classes, and adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads: Intended as an essay towards reducing our Biography to System, and a help to the Knowledge of Portraits: Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes and Memoirs of a Great Number of Persons, not to be Found in any other Biographical Work; with a Preface. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1824)

2               A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution: Consisting of Characters Disposed in Different Classes, and adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads: Intended as an essay towards reducing our Biography to System, and a help to the Knowledge of Portraits: Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes and Memoirs of a Great Number of Persons, not to be Found in any other Biographical Work; with a Preface. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1824)

3               A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution: Consisting of Characters Disposed in Different Classes, and adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads: Intended as an essay towards reducing our Biography to System, and a help to the Knowledge of Portraits: Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes and Memoirs of a Great Number of Persons, not to be Found in any other Biographical Work; with a Preface. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1824)

4               A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution: Consisting of Characters Disposed in Different Classes, and adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads: Intended as an essay towards reducing our Biography to System, and a help to the Knowledge of Portraits: Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes and Memoirs of a Great Number of Persons, not to be Found in any other Biographical Work; with a Preface. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1824)

5               A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution: Consisting of Characters Disposed in Different Classes, and adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads: Intended as an essay towards reducing our Biography to System, and a help to the Knowledge of Portraits: Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes and Memoirs of a Great Number of Persons, not to be Found in any other Biographical Work; with a Preface. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1824)

6               A Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to the Revolution: Consisting of Characters Disposed in Different Classes, and adapted to a Methodical Catalogue of Engraved British Heads: Intended as an essay towards reducing our Biography to System, and a help to the Knowledge of Portraits: Interspersed with a Variety of Anecdotes and Memoirs of a Great Number of Persons, not to be Found in any other Biographical Work; with a Preface. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1824)

7               A Collection of Portraits to Illustrate Granger's Biographies. Volumes 1 & 2 (1820)

8               A Supplemental Biographical History of England. Volume 1 (1806)

9               A Supplemental Biographical History of England. Volume 2 (1806)

10            A Supplemental Biographical History of England. Volume 3 (1806)

11            Letters Between the Rev. James Granger…and many of the most Eminent Literary men of his Time. (1805)


Grascome, Samuel (1641-1708)

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1               A Reply (by S. Grascome) to a Vindication (by J. Williams) of a Discourse Concerning the Unreasonableness of a New Separation. (1691)

2               Moderation in Fashion or An Answer to a Treatise Written by F. Tallents, Entitled, 'A Short History of Schism'. (1705)

3               Schism Triumphant or A Rejoinder to a Reply of Mr. Tallents, Entitled, 'Some Considerations on Mr. S. G.'s Large Answer to his Short History of Schism, Etc.' (1707)

4               Two Letters Written to the Author of a Pamphlet, Entitled, 'Solomon and Abiathar, or, The Case of the Deprived Bishops and Clergy Discussed'. (1692)


Greene, Robert (1678-1730)

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1               A Demonstration of the Truth and Divinity of the Christian Religion, as it is Proposed to us in the Scriptures of the New Testament; in Several Discourses; To which is Annexed a Discourse in General, to Prove that Matters of Faith are at Least Equally, if not more Demonstrable, in the Strictest Sense of the Word, than those of Reason (1711)

2               The Principles of the Philosophy of the Expansive and Contractive Forces or an Inquiry into the Principles of Modern Philosophy: that is, into the Several Chief Rational Sciences, which are Extant, in Seven Books (1727)


1               The Religious Villain, A Sermon (1679)


Grew, Nehemiah (1641-1712)

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1               A Catalog and Description of the Natural and Artificial Rarities Belonging to the Royal Society and Preserved at Gresham College. (1685)

2               A Demonstration of the Number of Acres Contained in England, or South Britain; and the Use which may be made of it. (1753)

3               An Idea of a Phytological History. (1763)

4               Cosmologia Sacra or A Discourse of the Universe as it is the Creature and Kingdom of God. Chiefly Written, to Demonstrate the Truth and Excellency of the Bible; which Contains the Laws of His Kingdom in this Lower World. In Five Books. (1701)

5               On the Life and Works of Nehemiah Grew. (1902)

6               Several Lectures Read Before the Royal Society, by Dr. Nehemiah Grew, on January 1, 1753.

7               Some Observations Touching the Nature of Snow, Presented to the Royal Society by Dr. Nehemiah Grew, on Jan. 1, 1753.

8               The Anatomy of Plants. (1682)

9               The Description and Use of the Pores in the Skin of the Hands and Feet. (1753)

10            The Description of the American Tomineius, or Humming Bird, Communicated by Nehemiah Grew, M.D., on Jan. 1, 1753.


Grubb, Wilfrid Barbrooke (1865-1930)

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1               An Unknown People in an Unknown Land: An Account of the Life and Customs of the Lengua Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco, with Adventures and Experiences met with during Twenty Years’ Pioneering and Exploration Amongst them. (1911) (Author: Grubb, W. Barbrooke (Wilfred Barbrooke), 1865-1930 Subject: Lengua Indians; Chaco Boreal (Paraguay and Bolivia))

2               A Church in the Wilds. The Remarkable Story of the Establishment of the South American Mission Amongst the Hitherto Savage and Intractable Natives of the Paraguayan Chaco. (1914) (Author: Wilfrid Barbrooke Grubb, Humphrey Tudor Morrey Jones)

3               Makers of South America, by Margarette Daniels. (1916) (Francisco Pizarro -- Jose de Anchieta -- Jose de San Martin -- Bolivar -- James Thompson -- Allen Gardiner -- Juan Manuel Rosas -- Domingo F. Sarmiento -- Dom Pedro II -- David Trumbull -- Francisco Penzotti -- W. Barbrooke Grubb)


Guyse, John (1680-1761)

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1               Christ the Son of God the Great Subject of the Gospel Ministry. (1730)

2               Early Seekers of Christ Directed and Encouraged. (1729)

3               Faith and Practice - Represented in Fifty Four Sermons on the Principal Heads of the Christian Religion: Preached at Berry-Street, 1733. (Author: Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748; Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Guyse, John, 1680-1761)

4               Jesus Christ God-Man or the Constitution of Christ's Person in Several Sermons, on Rom. 9:5. (1719)

5               Reformation upon the Gospel Scheme: A Sermon Preached to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, at Salters-Hall, on Monday, June 30, 1735. (1735)

6               Sermons. (1700)

7               The Holy Spirit a Divine Person, or the Doctrine of the Godhead Represented, as Evident and Important - In Several Sermons, on I Cor. 12:2. (1721)

8               The Peaceful End of the Perfect Upright Man - Occasioned by the Death of That Learned and Judicious Divine, Dr. John Guyse, Nov. 22, 1761. (1762)

9               The Practical Expositor or an Exposition of the New Testament, in the Form of a Paraphrase, With Occasional Notes and Serious Recollections. Volume 1 (Matthew-Mark) (1797)

10            The Practical Expositor or an Exposition of the New Testament, in the Form of a Paraphrase, With Occasional Notes and Serious Recollections. Volume 2 (Luke-John) (1797)

11            The Practical Expositor or an Exposition of the New Testament, in the Form of a Paraphrase, With Occasional Notes and Serious Recollections. Volume 4 (I Corinthians-Ephesians) (1797)

12            The Practical Expositor or an Exposition of the New Testament, in the Form of a Paraphrase, With Occasional Notes and Serious Recollections. Volume 5 (Philippians-Hebrews) (1797)

13            The Practical Expositor or an Exposition of the New Testament, in the Form of a Paraphrase, With Occasional Notes and Serious Recollections. Volume 6 (James-Revelation) (1797)

14            The Tendency of Liberality to Riches and Covetousness to Poverty. (1742)

15            Youth Reminded of a Judgment to Come. In a Sermon Preached at Petty-France, on December 25, 1728. (1729)

16            Youth's Obstructions in Their Way to Christ and Eternal Life: Considered in a Sermon Preached at Little St. Hellen’s, on May 1, 1728. (1729)


1               Britain’s Case Against Germany, a Letter to a Neutral, by the Late Rev. H. M. Gwatkin. (1917)

2               Church and State in England to the Death of Queen Anne. (1917)

3               Early Church History to A.D. 313. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1912)

4               Early Church History to A.D. 313. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1912)

5               Early Ideals of Righteousness: Hebrew, Greek, and Roman. (1910)

6               Studies of Arianism: Chiefly Referring to the Character and Chronology of the Reaction which Followed the Council of Nicaea. (1900)

7               The Arian Controversy. (1914)

8               The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 1 (1911) (v. 1. The Christian Roman Empire and the foundation of the Teutonic kingdoms.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916, ed; Whitney, J. P. (James Pounder), 1857-1939; Tanner, J. R. (Joseph Robson), 1860-1931, joint ed; Previté-Orton, C. W. (Charles William), 1877-1947, joint ed; Brooke, Z. N. (Zachary Nugent), 1883-1946)

9               The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 1 (1911) (Maps) (v. 1. The Christian Roman Empire and the foundation of the Teutonic kingdoms.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

10            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 2 (1913) (v. 2. The rise of the Saracens and the foundation of the Western Empire.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916, ed; Whitney, J. P. (James Pounder), 1857-1939; Tanner, J. R. (Joseph Robson), 1860-1931, joint ed; Previté-Orton, C. W. (Charles William), 1877-1947, joint ed; Brooke, Z. N. (Zachary Nugent), 1883-1946)

11            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 2 (1911) (Maps) (v. 2. The rise of the Saracens and the foundation of the Western Empire.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

12            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 3 (1922) (v. 3. Germany and the Western Empire.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916, ed; Whitney, J. P. (James Pounder), 1857-1939; Tanner, J. R. (Joseph Robson), 1860-1931, joint ed; Previté-Orton, C. W. (Charles William), 1877-1947, joint ed; Brooke, Z. N. (Zachary Nugent), 1883-1946)

13            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 3 (1911) (Maps) (v. 3. Germany and the Western Empire.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

14            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 4 (1923) (v. 4. The Eastern Roman Empire 717-1453) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916, ed; Whitney, J. P. (James Pounder), 1857-1939; Tanner, J. R. (Joseph Robson), 1860-1931, joint ed; Previté-Orton, C. W. (Charles William), 1877-1947, joint ed; Brooke, Z. N. (Zachary Nugent), 1883-1946)

15            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 4 (1911) (Maps) (v. 4. The Eastern Roman Empire 717-1453) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

16            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 5 (1926) (v. 5. Contest of Empire and Papacy.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916, ed; Whitney, J. P. (James Pounder), 1857-1939; Tanner, J. R. (Joseph Robson), 1860-1931, joint ed; Previté-Orton, C. W. (Charles William), 1877-1947, joint ed; Brooke, Z. N. (Zachary Nugent), 1883-1946)

17            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 5 (1911) (Maps) (v. 5. Contest of Empire and Papacy.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

18            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 6 (1911) (Maps) (v. 6. Victory of the Papacy.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

19            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 7 (1911) (Maps) (v. 7. Decline of Empire and Papacy.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

20            The Cambridge Medieval History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 8 (1911) (Maps) (v. 8. The close of the Middle Ages.) (Author: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Whitney, James Pounder, 1857-; Gwatkin, Henry Melvill, 1844-1916)

21            The Church, Past and Present: A Review of its History by the Bishop of London, Bishop Barry, and other Writers, with Henry Melvill Gwatkin, Editor. (1900)

22            The Eye for Spiritual Things: And Other Sermons. (1906)

23            The Knowledge of God and its Historical Development. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1906)

24            The Knowledge of God and its Historical Development. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1906)

25            The Sacrifice of Thankfulness: Sermons. (1917)


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