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Anglican Beliefs S continues our Online Christian Library with links to works from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries and includes works from such writers as Henry Sacheverell, Charles Richard Sumner, and Jonathan Swift.


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1               A Bibliography of Dr. Henry Sacheverell. (1884)

2               A Collection of All the Addresses that have Been Presented to Her Majesty since March the 25th, 1710. (1710)

3               A Collection of Decisions of the Court of the King's Bench Upon the Poor's Laws, Down to the Present Time.  In which are Contained Many Cases Never Before Published; Extracted from the Notes of a Very Eminent Barrister Deceased: The Whole Digested in a Regular Order. By Edmund Bott, Esq. Barrister at Law of the Inner Temple. To which are Prefixed, Extracts from the Statutes Concerning the Poor. The Second Edition, with Considerable Additions. (1773)

4               A Collection of the Addresses which have been Presented to the Queen, since the Impeachment of the Rev. Dr. Henry Sacheverell. In Two Parts. Part II. With an Alphabetical Index of the Names of the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry, that Introduced or Presented the said Addresses. Very Proper to Bind up with the Doctor’s Trial, that Posterity may see the Sense of the Kingdom Upon that Impeachment. (1711)

5               A Defense of Her Majesty's Title to the Crown, and a Justification of Her Entering into a War with France and Spain: As it was Delivered in a Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford on the 10th Day of June, 1702. Being the Fast Appointed for Imploring a Blessing on Her Majesty and Allies Engaged in the Present War. By Henry Sacheverell, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxon. Being the Discourse Referred to in the Doctor’s Answer to the Articles of Impeachment Against him. The Second Edition. (1710)

6               A Letter to Dr. Sacheverell Concerning Calvin's Loyalty. By a True Lover of the Monarchy and Church of England. (1710)

7               A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Henry Sacheverell, On Occasion of his Sermon, and Late Sentence Passed on him by the Honorable House of Lords. By a Cambridge-Gentleman. (1710)

8               A Modest Reply to the Unanswerable Answer to Mr. Hoadly. With some Considerations on Dr. Sacheverell's Sermon Before the Lord Mayor, Nov. 5, 1709. In a Letter to a Member of the Honorable House of Commons. (1709)

9               A Sermon, on I Tim. 5:18, Preached before the Sons of the Clergy, at their Anniversary Meeting in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Dec. 10, 1713. By Henry Sacheverell, D.D. Rector of St. Andrew’s, Holbourn. (1714)

10            A Supplement to the Faults on Both Sides: Containing the Complete History of the Proceedings of a Party Ever Since the Revolution: In a Familiar Dialogue Between Steady and Turn-Round, Two Displaced Officers of State. This may Serve to Explain Sir Thomas Double; And to Show how far the Late Parliament was Right in Proceeding Against Dr. Sacheverell, by way of Impeachment. (1710)

11            A Vindication of the Bishop of Salisbury and Passive Obedience, With some Remarks Upon a Speech which goes under his Lordship's Name. And a Postscript, in Answer to a Book, Just Published, Entitled, ‘Some Considerations Humbly Offered to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, Etc.’ (1710)

12            Aminadab: or, The Quaker's Vision. (1710)

13            An Impartial Account of what Passed Most Remarkable in the Last Session of Parliament Relating to the Case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell. (1710)

14            Collections of Passages Referred to by Dr. Henry Sacheverell in his Answer to the Articles of His Impeachment. Under Four Heads: I. Testimonies Concerning the Doctrine of Non-Resistance to the Supreme Powers. II. Blasphemous, Irreligious, and Heretical Positions Lately Published. III. The Church and Clergy Abused. IV. The Queen, State, and Ministry Reflected Upon. The Second Edition. (1710)

15            Dick and Tom: A Dialogue About Addresses. The Second Edition. (1710)

16            Doctor Sacheverell's Defense in a Letter to a Member of Parliament. Or, Remarks on Two Famous Pamphlets, The One, Entitled ‘A True Answer to Doctor Sacheverell’s Sermon, Preached Before the Lord Mayor, on Nov. 5, 1709.’ The Other (a Sham-Pamphlet), Entitled, ‘Doctor Sacheverell’s Recantation.’ By R. G. (1710)

17            False Notions of Liberty in Religion and Government Destructive of Both. A Sermon Preached Before the Honorable House of Commons, at St. Margaret’s Westminster, on Friday, May 29, 1713. By Henry Sacheverell, D.D. Rector of St. Andrew’s Holborn. (1713)

18            Faults on Both Sides: Part Two. Or, An Essay Upon the Original Cause, Progress, and Mischievous Consequences of the Factions in the Church. Showing, that the Clergy, of Whatever Denomination, have Always been the Ring-Leaders and Beginners of the Disturbances in Every State; Imposing upon the Credulity of the Laity, for no Other End than the Accomplishing of their Own Selfish Designs, at the Expense of the Peace and Tranquility of the Nation. Faithfully Produced from the most Eminent Authorities. Sincerely Intended for Allaying the Heats and Animosities of the People, and Persuading All Honest, Well-Meaning men to Compose their Party-Quarrels, and Unite their Hearts and Affections for Promoting the Public Good, and Safety of their Queen and Country. By way of Letter to a New Member of Parliament. (1710)

19            Four Letters to a Friend in North Britain, Upon Publishing The Trial of Dr. Sacheverell. (‘This is not a Controversy of Reason Against Reason, but of Downright Impudence Against All the Sense and Reason of Mankind.’ Archbishop Tillotson.) (1710)

20            No Conquest, but the Hereditary Right of Her Majesty, and Her Declared Protestant Successors, From their Saxon Predecessors, and Acts of Settlement, Asserted. In a Postscript to a Treatise, Entitled, ‘A Prelude to the Trial of Skill Between Sacheverellism, and the Constitution of the Monarchy of Great Britain. (1710)

21            Remarks on a Letter from a Cambridge Gentleman to the Rev, Dr. Sacheverell, Occasioned by his Sermons and Sentence Against him. (1710)

22            The Assertion is that the Title of the House of Hanover to the Succession of the British Monarchy (On Failure of Issue of Her Present Majesty) is a Title Hereditary and of Divine Institution. (1710)

23            The Bishop of Salisbury his Speech in the House of Lords, on the First Article of the Impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell. (1710)

24            The Bishop of Lincoln's and Bishop of Norwich's Speeches in the House of Lords, on March 17, At the Opening of the Second Article of the Impeachment Against Dr. Sacheverell.  (1710)

25            The Case of Dr. Sacheverell. Represented in a Letter to a Noble Lord. By Edmund Curll 1675-1747. (1710)

26            The Character of a Low-Church-man: Drawn in Answer to The True Character of a Church-man: Showing the False Pretences to that Name. (1702)

27            The Communication of Sin: A Sermon Preached at the Assizes held at Derby, on August 15, 1709. By Henry Sacheverell, D.D. Fellow of Magdalen-College, Oxon, and Chaplain of St. Savior’s, Southwark. Published at the Request of the Gentlemen of the Grand-Jury. (1709)

28            The Managers Pro and Con: or, An Account of what is said at Child's and Tom's Coffee-Houses for and Against Dr. Sacheverell.  The Fifth Edition. (1710)

29            The Modern Fanatic. Part I, With a Large and True Account of the Life, Actions, Endowments, Etc. of the Famous Dr. Sacheverell. By William Bissett (?-1747), Eldest Brother of the Collegiate-Church of St. Katherine, and Rector of Whiston in Northamptonshire. (1710)

30            The Modern Fanatic. Part II. Containing What is Necessary to Clear All the Matters of Fact in the First Part; And to Confute what has been Printed in the Pretended Vindication of Dr. Sacheverell, Relating to Myself. Being the First Book that Ever was Answered Before it was made. With a Postscript on that Account. By William Bisset, Eldest Brother of the Collegiate-Church of St. Katherine, and Rector of Whiston in Northamptonshire. (1710)

31            The Nature and Mischief of Prejudice and Partiality Stated in a Sermon Preached at St. Mary's in Oxford, at the Assizes Held there, on March 9, 1703 or 1704. By Henry Sacheverell, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen-College, Oxon. The Second Edition. (1708)

32            The Nature, Guilt and Danger of Presumptuous Sins Set Forth, in a Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary’s, on Sept. 14, 1707. By Henry Sacheverell, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen-College, Oxon. (1707)

33            The Nature, Obligation, and Measures of Conscience, Delivered in a Sermon Preached at Leicester, at the Assizes Held there, on July 25, 1706. By Henry Sacheverell, M.A. Fellow of Magdalene-College, Oxon. Published at the Request of the Grand Jury. (1706)

34            The Peril of being Zealously Affected, but not Well: or, Reflections on Dr. Sacheverell's Sermon, Preached Before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of London, at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Nov. 5, 1709. (1709)

35            The Perils of False Brethren, both in Church, and State: Set forth in a Sermon Preached Before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of London, at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Nov. 5, 1709. By Henry Sacheverell, D.D. Fellow of Magdalen-College, Oxon, and Chaplain of St. Savior’s, Southwark. (1709)

36            The Speech of Henry Sacheverell, D. D. Made in Westminster Hall, on Tuesday, March 7, 1709. (1710)

37            Trial of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, Before the House of Peers, For High Crimes and Misdemeanors; Upon an Impeachment By the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses in Parliament Assembled, in the Name of themselves, and of All the Commons of Great Britain: Begun in Westminster-Hall the 27th Day of February, 1709/10; and from Thence Continued by Several Adjournments Until the 23rd Day of March Following. Published by Order of the House of Peers. (1710)

 



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1               A Collection of Articles, Injunctions, Canons, Orders, Ordinances, and Constitutions, Ecclesiastical; with other Public Records of the Church of England, Chiefly in the Times of King Edward VI, Queen Elizabeth, King James I, and King Charles I. (1547-1846.) (Author: Sparrow, Anthony, 1612-1685; Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768; Sancroft, William, 1617-1693; Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626 Subject: Church of England)

2               A Sermon Preached in the House of Peers, Nov. 13, 1678. Being the Fast Day Appointed by the King, to Implore the Mercies of Almighty God in Protection his Majesty’s Sacred Person, and His Kingdom’s. By William Archbishop of Canterbury. (1678)

3               Articles Addressed to the Bishops of the Province of Canterbury. By Archbishop Sancroft. (1688)

4               Life of William Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury, Compiled Principally from Original and Scarce Documents. With an Appendix, Containing, Fur Praedestinatus, Modern Policies, and Three Sermons by Archbishop Sancroft. Also, A Life of the Learned Henry Wharton; and Two Letters of Dr. Sanderson, Now First Published from the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth Palace. By George D’Oyly, D.D. F.R.S. Domestic Chaplain to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; Rector of Lambeth, and of Sundridge in Kent. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1821)

5               Life of William Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury, Compiled Principally from Original and Scarce Documents. With an Appendix, Containing, Fur Praedestinatus, Modern Policies, and Three Sermons by Archbishop Sancroft. Also, A Life of the Learned Henry Wharton; and Two Letters of Dr. Sanderson, Now First Published from the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth Palace. By George D’Oyly, D.D. F.R.S. Domestic Chaplain to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; Rector of Lambeth, and of Sundridge in Kent. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1821)

6               The Proceedings and Trial in the Case of William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Right Reverends, William Lord Bishop of Asaph, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, John Lord Bishop of Chichester, Thomas Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas Lord Bishop of Peterborough, and Jonathan Lord Bishop of Bristol. In the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, in Trinity-Term in the Fourth Year of the Reign of King James the Second, Anno. Domi. 1688. Licensed and Entered According to Act of Parliament. By Thomas Basset and Thomas Fox. (1689)

 



Saywell, William (1642-1701)

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1               Evangelical and Catholic Unity Maintained in the Church of England. or An Apology for Her Government, Liturgy, Subscriptions, Etc. With Answers to the Objections of Mr. Baxter, Dr. Owen, and Others Against Conformity: Also the Lord Bishop Ely’s Vindication, Showing his Way of True and Christian Concord: and a Post-Script in Answer to Mr. Baxter’s Late Objections Against Myself Concerning General Councils, Etc. By William Saywell, D.D. and Master of Jesus College, Cambridge. (1682)

 


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1               The Christian Life, From its Beginning, to its Consummation in Glory; Together With the Several Means and Instruments of Christianity Conducing Thereunto. With Directions for Private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the Several States of Christians. By John Scott, D.D. Rector of St. Gile’s in the Fields, London. In Five Volumes. The Twelfth Edition, Corrected. Volume 1 (1757)

2               The Christian Life, From its Beginning, to its Consummation in Glory; Together With the Several Means and Instruments of Christianity Conducing Thereunto. With Directions for Private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the Several States of Christians. By John Scott, D.D. Rector of St. Gile’s in the Fields, London. In Five Volumes. The Twelfth Edition, Corrected. Volume 2 (1757)

3               The Christian Life, From its Beginning, to its Consummation in Glory; Together With the Several Means and Instruments of Christianity Conducing Thereunto. With Directions for Private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the Several States of Christians. By John Scott, D.D. Rector of St. Gile’s in the Fields, London. In Five Volumes. The Twelfth Edition, Corrected. Volume 3 (1757)

4               The Christian Life, From its Beginning, to its Consummation in Glory; Together With the Several Means and Instruments of Christianity Conducing Thereunto. With Directions for Private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the Several States of Christians. By John Scott, D.D. Rector of St. Gile’s in the Fields, London. In Five Volumes. The Twelfth Edition, Corrected. Volume 4 (1757)

5               The Christian Life, From its Beginning, to its Consummation in Glory; Together With the Several Means and Instruments of Christianity Conducing Thereunto. With Directions for Private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the Several States of Christians. By John Scott, D.D. Rector of St. Gile’s in the Fields, London. In Five Volumes. The Twelfth Edition, Corrected. Volume 5 (1757)

6               The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri: Consisting of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1802) (Author: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321; Boyd, Henry, d. 1832; Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444; Scott, John, 1639-1695; Stothard, Thomas, 1755-1834; Cromek, R. H. (Robert Hartley), 1770-1812)

7               The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri: Consisting of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1802) (Author: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321; Boyd, Henry, d. 1832; Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444; Scott, John, 1639-1695; Stothard, Thomas, 1755-1834; Cromek, R. H. (Robert Hartley), 1770-1812)

8               The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri: Consisting of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1802) (Author: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321; Boyd, Henry, d. 1832; Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444; Scott, John, 1639-1695; Stothard, Thomas, 1755-1834; Cromek, R. H. (Robert Hartley), 1770-1812)

9               The Hierarchical Bishop's Claim to a Divine Right, Tried at the Scripture-Bar. Or, A Consideration of the Pleadings for Prelacy, from Pretended Scriptural Arguments, Presented and Offered by Dr. Scott, in his Book Entitled, ‘The Christian Life’, Part II. A. M., D.D., in his ‘Enquiry into the New Opinions, Etc.’, and by the Author of the Second Part of the, ‘Survey of Naphtali’. Exposing their Bold Perverting of the Scriptures Pleaded by them; and Vindicating the Sound Sense of the Scriptures Brought into Debate, from their Scope, and the Judgment of Protestant Writers. The Whole Issuing in a Clear Discovery of the Solid Grounds of Presbyterian Government, in Opposition to Prelacy. By Thomas Forrester (1635-1706), Minister of the Gospel, and Principle of the New College in St. Andrews. (1699) (Author: Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706; Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. Full review and examination of Doctor Munor's Scripture-pleadings, upon the point of episcopacy ..; Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. Review and examination of the Scripture-grounds upon which the author of the Survey of Naphtali (supposed to be Mr. Andrew Honyman, Bishop of Orkney) pleads for the lawfulness of the Episcopal office... Subject: Scott, John, 1639-1695; Monro, Alexander, d. 1715; Honyman, Andrew; Episcopacy; Puritans)

10            The Holy Scriptural Doctrine of the Divine Trinity in Essential Unity, and the Supreme Godhead of Jesus Christ Being One and the same with His Father’s: Shown not Only to be Demonstrative, but Most Clearly Conceivable, Spiritual, and Scriptural Truths. Wherein is Occasionally Shown, that Although the Newtonian Philosophy be Formally and Mathematically True; Yet it is Materially and Physically False. To which is Prefixed, a Prefatory Discourse, Wherein the Physical, Metaphysical, and Theological Errors of a Late Treatise, Entitled, ‘Essay on Spirit’, are Clearly Shown and Confuted. By John Scott, D.D. (1754)

 



Scott, John (1777-1834)

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1               An Inquiry into the Effect of Baptism, According to the Sense of the Holy Scripture and the Church of England: In Answer to Dr. Mant’s Two Tracts on Regeneration and Conversion. (1815)

2               Calvin and the Swiss Reformation. (1833)

3               Luther and the Lutheran Reformation. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1833)

4               Luther and the Lutheran Reformation. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1833)

5               Narratives of Two Families Exposed to the Great Plague of London, A.D. 1665; with Conversations on Religious Preparation for Pestilence. Reprinted, with Notes and Observations. (1832)

6               Seven Sermons, Chiefly Addressed to Young Persons, on Baptism, Confirmation, the Lord’s Supper, and the Sabbath. (1815)

7               The History of the Church of Christ: Intended as a Continuation of the Work of the Rev. Joseph Milner and the Rev. Isaac Milner. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1828) (v.1, Containing the history of the Lutheran church from the Diet of Augsburg A.D. 1530, to the death of Luther, A.D. 1546.)

8               The History of the Church of Christ: Intended as a Continuation of the Work of the Rev. Joseph Milner and the Rev. Isaac Milner. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1828) (v.2, Comprising the sequel of the Lutheran reformation, and the earlier period of the reformation in Switzerland.)

9               The History of the Church of Christ: Intended as a Continuation of the Work of the Rev. Joseph Milner and the Rev. Isaac Milner. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1828) (v.3, The sequel of the Swiss reformation, including the entire history of Farel, Calvin and the reformation of Geneva.)

10            The Life of the Rev. Thomas Scott, D.D., Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Including a Narrative Drawn up by himself, and Copious Extracts from Letters. (1828) (Author: Scott, John, 1777-1834)

 


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1               The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Authorized Version, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. In Six Volumes. (Genesis-Judges) Volume 1 (1866)

2               The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Authorized Version, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. In Six Volumes. (Ruth-Esther) Volume 2 (1866)

3               The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Authorized Version, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. In Six Volumes. (Job-Song of Solomon) Volume 3 (1866)

4               The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Authorized Version, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. In Six Volumes. (Isaiah-Malachi) Volume 4 (1866)

5               The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Authorized Version, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. In Six Volumes. (Matthew-Acts) Volume 5 (1866)

6               The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Authorized Version, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. In Six Volumes. (Romans-Revelation)Volume 6 (1866)

7               The Life of the Rev. Thomas Scott, D.D., Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Including a Narrative Drawn up by himself, and Copious Extracts from Letters. (1828) (Author: Scott, John, 1777-1834)

8               Theological Works, Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Five Volumes. First American Edition. Volume 1 (I. The Force of Truth, an Authentic Narrative. II. Fifteen Sermons on Select Subjects.) (1810)

9               Theological Works, Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Five Volumes. First American Edition. Volume 2 (I. Sermons Preached on Particular Occasions.) (1810)

10            Theological Works, Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Five Volumes. First American Edition. Volume 3 (I. Funeral Sermons. II. Missionary Sermons. III. Rights of God. IV. Answer to Thomas Paine. V. Civil Government, and the Duties of Subjects.) (1810)

11            Theological Works, Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Five Volumes. First American Edition. Volume 4 (I. A Discourse Upon Repentance. II. The Warrant and Nature of Faith in Christ. III. A Treatise on Growing in Grace. IV. Hints for the Consideration of Patients in Hospitals. V. Detached Prayers. VI. Family Prayers.) (1810)

12            Theological Works, Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Five Volumes. First American Edition. Volume 5 (I. Essays on the Most Important Subjects in Religion.) (1810)

 



Scrivener, Matthew (?-1687)

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1               The Nonconformists Vindicated from the Abuses put Upon them by Mr. Durel and Mr. Scrivener, Being some Short Animadversions on their Books soon After they came forth: in Two Letters to a Friend. (Who could not Hitherto get them Published). Containing some Remarks Upon the Celebrated Conference at Hampton-Court. By a Country Scholar. (1679)

 


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1               A Full Vindication of the Measures of the Congress, from the Calumnies of their Enemies; In Answer to a Letter, Under the Signature of A.W. Farmer. Whereby his Sophistry is Exposed, his Cavils Confuted, his Artifices Detected, and his Wit Ridiculed; In a General Address to the Inhabitants of America, and a Particular Address to the Farmers of the Province of New York. By Alexander Hamilton. (1774)

2               A View of the Controversy Between Great Britain and her Colonies; Including a Mode of Determining their Present Disputes, Finally and Effectually; And of Preventing All Future Contentions. In a Letter to the Author of ‘A Full Vindication of the Measures of the Congress, from the Calumnies of her Enemies.’ By A. W. Farmer, Author of Free Thoughts, Etc. (1775)

3               An Alarm to the Legislature of the Province of New York, Occasioned by the Present Political Disturbances, in North America: Addressed to the Honorable Representatives in General Assembly Convened. (1775)

4               Discourses on Several Important Subjects. By the Late Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the States of Connecticut and Rhode-Island. (I. Part 1. Observations on the History of Pharaoh. Parts 2-6 The Continuation of the Same. II. Mercy and Judgment. III. The Doom of Jerusalem. IV. Part 1. Observations on David’s Numbering of the People. Parts 2-4. The Continuation of the Same. V. Jesus, the Son of God, the Judge of the World, the Object of Christian Worship. VI. Part 1. Heaven the City of Christians. Part 2. Jesus the Resurrection and the Life.) (1798)

5               Discourses on Several Subjects. By Samuel Seabury, D.D. Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode-Island. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (I. Part 1. The Authority of Christ’s Ministers. Part 2. The Duty of Christ’s Ministers. Part 3. The Duty of the People towards the Ministers of Christ. II. Part 1. The Apostolic Commission. Part 2. The Same Subject Continued.  III. Of Baptism. IV. Of Infant Baptism. V. Of Confirmation, or Laying on of Hands. VI. Of the Holy Eucharist. VII. Observations on the History of the Sabbath. VIII. Of Christian Unity. IX. The Descent of Christ into Hell. X. Part1. Observations on the Creation of Adam. Part 2. The Same Subject Continued. XI. Part 1. Observations on the History of Cain and Abel. Part 2. The Same Subject Continued. XII. Observations on the Wickedness and Destruction of the Old World. XIII. Part 1. The Fatal Effects of Obstinate Unbelief and Impenitency. Part 2. The Same Subject Continued. XIV. The Parable of the Talents. XV. The General Judgment.) (1815)

6               Discourses on Several Subjects. By Samuel Seabury, D.D. Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode-Island. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (I. Part 1. Observations on the Faith and Conduct of Abraham. Part 2. The Same Subject Continued. II. The Steadfastness of Job. III. The Example of the Israelites. IV. No Temptations Insurmountable by Christians. V. Observations on the Cure of the Paralytic Man who was Brought to Christ. VI. Blind Bartimeas. VII. The Blessedness of having Eyes that See and Ears that Hear. VIII. Part 1. The Atonement of Christ. Part 2. The Same Subject Continued. Part 3. The Same Subject Continued. IX. The Necessary Effects of Sin and Holiness. X. The Exultation of Zacharias. A Christmas Sermon. XII. The Circumcision of Our Lord. or, New Year’s Day. XIII. Deliverance from Sin the Design of Christ’s Coming. XIV. No Respect of Persons with God. XV. The Children of Wisdom. XVI. The Christian Race. XVII. The Strait Gate. XVIII. The Parable of the Virgins. XIX. Cautions with Regard to Hearing Sermons. XX. The Doom of Jerusalem. XXI. Part 1. Heaven the City of Christians. Part 2. Jesus the Resurrection and the Life. XXII. Mercy and Judgment.) (1815)

7               Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, Held in Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 1774: Wherein Their Errors Exhibited, their Reasoning Confuted, and the Fatal Tendency of their Non-Importation, Non-Exportation, and Non-Consumption Measures, are Laid Open to the Plainest Understandings; And the Only Means Pointed out for Preserving and Securing our Present Happy Constitution: In a Letter to the Farmers, and Other Inhabitants of North America in General, and to those of the Province of New York in Particular. By a Farmer. (microfilm) (1775)

8               From Canterbury to Connecticut, a Study of the Links in the Apostolic Line of Succession Between the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury, and the First Bishop of Connecticut. With Biographies of Archbishops Abbot, Laud, Sheldon, Sancroft, and of the Intervening Bishops Between them and Bishop Seabury. Compiled by Edgar Legare Pennington, S.T.D. (1941)

9               Life and Correspondence of the Right Reverend Samuel Seabury, D.D. First Bishop of Connecticut, and of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. By E. Edwards Beardsley, D.D., L.L.D. Rector of St. Thomas Church, New Haven. (1881)

10            Mary the Virgin; As Commemorated in the Church of Christ.  By the Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D., Rector of the Church of the Annunciation, New-York, and Professor of Biblical Learning, Etc., in the General Theological Seminary. To which is Annexed an Essay on, “Who is James, the Lord's Brother?” By the Rev. M. Mahan, D.D., Rector of St. Paul’s Church, Baltimore, Maryland. (1868)

11            Memoir Concerning the Seabury Commemoration Held at St. Paul's Cathedral, London the Fourteenth Day of November, A. D. 1884. Printed Chiefly from a Manuscript Monograph Introductory to a Unique Volume in the Possession of George Shea. The Pages of which are Inset with All the Original Correspondence and Other Proof of that Historical Event. (1893)

12            Memoir of Bishop Seabury. By William Jones Seabury, D.D. 1837-1916, Professor of Ecclesiastical Polity and Law in the General Theological Seminary, New York and Great-Grandson of the Late Bishop Samuel Seabury. (1908)

13            Scottish Bishops and their Consecrators; From the Restoration of the Scottish Episcopate (1661) to the Consecration of Bishop Seabury (1784). Compiled by Edgar Legare Pennington, S.T.D. (1941)

14            Seabury Centenary Handbook. A Comprehensive Sketch of the Facts Relating to, and the Results of, the Consecration of Dr. Seabury as the First Bishop of the American Church. By an Edinburgh Layman. (microfilm) (1884)

15            The Congress Canvassed: or, An Examination into the Conduct of the Delegates, at their Grand Convention, Held in Philadelphia, Sept. 1, 1774. Addressed to the Merchants of New-York. By A. W. Farmer, Author of Free Thoughts, Etc. (1775)

16            The Efficacy of a Mother's Prayers; Illustrated in the Conversion and Labors of Augustine, Bishop of Hippo. A Narrative, Delivered in the Chapel of the Institute at Flushing, L. I. By Samuel Seabury. Published by, and for the Benefit of the Heber (Missionary) Society of the Institute. (1833)

17            Unpublished Letters. By Bishop Samuel Seabury and Bishop John Skinner. (1928)

 


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1               A Discourse Delivered by Appointment of the Right Reverend Horatio Potter, D.D., Bishop of New York, at the Church of the Annunciation, City of New York, on the 25th Day of June, A. D., 1873, In Memory of Samuel Seabury, D.D., Presbyter of the Diocese of New York, Professor of Biblical Learning and Interpretation of Scripture in the General Theological Institute. By the Rev. Samuel Roosevelt Johnson, D.D. Emeritus Professor of Systematic Divinity in the General Theological Seminary, Rector of St. Thomas’ Church, Amenia Union, Ney York. (1873)

2               American Slavery Distinguished from the Slavery of English Theorists, and Justified by the Law of Nature.  By Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D., Author of ‘Discourses on the Supremacy and Obligation of Conscience.’ (1861)

3               The Continuity of the Church of England in the Sixteenth Century: Two Discourses: With an Appendix and Notes. By the Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D., Rector of the Church of the Annunciation, New-York. (1853)

4               The Supremacy and Obligation of Conscience. (1860)

5               The Theory and use of the Church Calendar in the Measurement and Distribution of Time; Being an Account of the Origin and use of the Calendar; Of its Reformation from the Old to the New Style; And of its Adaptation to the use of the English Church by the British Parliament Under George the Second. By the Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D., Professor of “Biblical Learning,” Etc., in the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church. (1872)

 


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1               A Critical Commentary on Archbishop Secker’s Letter to the Right Horatio Walpole, Concerning Bishops in America. (1770) (Author: Blackburne, Francis] 1705-1787 Subject: Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768; Church of England in America; Bishops -- North America)

2               Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England: With a Discourse on Confirmation. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Fourth Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 1 (1771) (Author: Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768; Porteus, Beilby, 1731-1809; Stinton, George, 1730?-1783)

3               Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England: With a Discourse on Confirmation. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Fourth Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 2 (1771) (Author: Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768; Porteus, Beilby, 1731-1809; Stinton, George, 1730?-1783)

4               Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 1 (1795)

5               Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 2 (1795)

6               Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 3 (1795)

7               Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 4 (1795)

8               Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 5 (1795)

9               Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 6 (1795)

10            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 7 (1795)

11            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. To which is Prefixed, a Review of His Grace’s Life and Character. Volume 1 (Works) (1771)

12            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 2 (Works) (1771)

13            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 3 (Works) (1771)

14            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 4 (Works) (1771)

15            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 5 (Works) (1771)

16            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 6 (Works) (1771)

17            Sermons on Several Subjects, By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 7 (Works) (1771)

18            Fourteen Sermons Preached on Several Occasions. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Bishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. Volume 8 (Works) (1771)

19            Eight Charges Delivered to the Clergy of the Dioceses of Oxford and Canterbury. To which are Added, Instructions to Candidates for Orders; and a Latin Speech Intended to have been made at the Opening of the Convocation in 1761. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Third Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 9 (Works) (1780)

20            Nine Sermons Preached in the Parish of St. James, Westminster, on Occasion of the War and Rebellion in 1745. By Thomas, Lord Bishop of Oxford, Then Rector of the said Parish, Afterwards Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. To which are Added, His Grace’s Answer to Dr. Mayhew, and His Letter to Mr. Horatio Walpole. The Third Edition. Volume 10 (Works) (1780)

21            Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England: With a Discourse on Confirmation. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Fourth Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 1 Volume 11 (Works) (1771)

22            Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England: With a Discourse on Confirmation. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Fourth Edition. Published from the Original Manuscripts by Beilby Porteus, D.D. and George Stinton, D.D. His Grace’s Chaplains. Volume 2 Volume 12 (Works) (1771)

23            The Primates of the Four Georges. By Alfred W. Rowden, K.C., With Portraits: William Wake (1716-1737); John Potter (1737-1747); Thomas Herring (1747-1757); Matthew Hutton (1757-1758); Thomas Secker (1758-1768); Frederick Cornwallis (1768-1783); John Moore (1783-1805); Charles Manners Sutton (1805-1828) (1916)

 


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1               Discourses on Several Subjects, To which are Added, Eight Sermons Preached at the Lady Moyer's Lecture, in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London. In Two Volumes. By Jeremiah Seed, M.A. Rector of Enham in Hampshire, and Late Fellow of Queen’s-College, Oxford. The Fifth Edition. Volume 1. (1757)

2               Discourses on Several Subjects, To which are Added, Eight Sermons Preached at the Lady Moyer's Lecture, in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London. In Two Volumes. By Jeremiah Seed, M.A. Rector of Enham in Hampshire, and Late Fellow of Queen’s-College, Oxford. The Fifth Edition. Volume 2. (1757)

3               Posthumous Works of Jeremiah Seed, M.A. Late Rector of Enham in Hampshire, and Fellow of Queen’s-College, Oxford. Consisting of Sermons, Essays, Etc. In Two Volumes. Published from the Author’s Original Manuscripts. By Joseph Hall, M.A. Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford. Volume 1. (1750)

4               Posthumous Works of Jeremiah Seed, M.A. Late Rector of Enham in Hampshire, and Fellow of Queen’s-College, Oxford. Consisting of Sermons, Essays, Etc. In Two Volumes. Published from the Author’s Original Manuscripts. By Joseph Hall, M.A. Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford. Volume 2. (1750)

 


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1               A Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government of England, From the First Times to the end of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. With a Vindication of the Ancient Way of Parliaments in England. Collected from some Manuscript Notes of John Selden, Esq.; By Nathaniel Bacon, of Grays-Inn, Esq.; The Fifth Edition: Corrected and Improved by a Gentleman of the Middle-Temple. (1760)

2               John Selden and His Table-Talk. By Robert Walters, Author of ‘Shakespeare as Portrayed by himself,’ ‘Intellectual Pursuits,’ Etc. (1899)

3               Memoirs of John Selden And Notices of the Political Contest During his Time by George William Johnson (1802-1886). (1835)

4               Of the Dominion, or, Ownership of the Sea in Two Books. In the First is Shown, that the Sea, by the Law of Nature, or Nations is not Common to All Men, but Capable of Private Dominion or Property, as Well as the Land. In the Second is Proved, that the Dominion of the British Sea, or that which Encompasses the Isle of Great Britain, is, and Ever has been, a Part or Appendant of the Empire of the Island. Written at First in Latin, and Entitled, Mare Clausum Seu De Dominio Maris, By John Selden, Esquire. Translated into English; and Set Forth with some Additional Evidences and Discourses, By Marchamont Nedham. Published by Special Command. (1652)

5               Of the Judicature in Parliaments, a Posthumous Treatise: Wherein, The Controversies and Precedents Belonging to that Title, are Methodically Handled.

6               The Cabinet Cyclopaedia. Conducted by the Rev. Dionysius Lardner, L.L.D., F.R.S., L. & E., M.R.I.A., F.L.S., F.Z.S., Hon. F.C.P.S., M.S., Etc. Etc. Assisted by Eminent Literary and Scientific en. Biography. Eminent British Lawyers. By Henry Roscoe Esq. Barrister at Law 1800-1836. (1830)

7               The Dissertation of John Selden, Annexed to Fleta. Translated, with Notes. By the Editor of Britton, Robert Kelham: Translated and Illustrated. (1771)

8               The Lives of John Selden Esq., and Archbishop Usher; With Notices of the Principal English Men of Letters with whom they were Connected. By John Aikin, M.D. (1812)

9               The Table-Talk of John Selden. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Samuel Harvey Reynolds, M.A. Late Fellow and Tutor of Brasenose College. (1892)

10            Titles of Honor. By the Late Famous and Learned Antiquary John Selden of the Inner Temple, Esquire. The Third Edition Carefully Corrected. With Additions and Amendments by the Author. (1672)

 



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1               A Continuation of the History of Passive Obedience Since the Reformation: With Appendix. (1690)

2               A Papist Misrepresented and Represented. or A Twofold Character of Popery, the One Containing a Sum of the Superstitions, Idolatries, and Cruelties of that Popery, the Other Lying Open that Popery which the Papists Own and Profess. (1685) (With this are bound: (1) The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome truly represented ... / Edward Stillingfleet. 3rd ed. (London : Printed for W. Rogers, 1686) -- (2) Reflections upon the answer to the Papist misrepresented ... / John Gother (no title page) -- (3) Remarks upon the reflections of the author of popery misrepresented ... / A. Seller (London : Printed for Sam. Smith, 1686) -- (4) Papists protesting against Protestant popery ... / John Gother (London : Printed for Hen. Hills. 1687) --
(5) An answer to a discourse entitled, Papists protesting against Protestant popery ... / W. Sherlock (London : Printed for John Amery and William Rogers, 1686) -- (6) An amicable accommodation of the difference between the representer and the answerer, in return to his last reply against the Papist protesting against Protestant popery / John Gother (London : Printed by H. Hills, 1686) --(7) An answer to the Amicable accommodation ... / W. Sherlock (London : Printed for John Amery and William Rogers, 1686) --(8) Reply to the Answer of the Amicable accommodation / John Gother (London : Printed for Henry Hills, 1686) -- (9) View of the whole controversy between the representer and the answerer ... / W. Clagett (London : Printed for William Rogers, 1687) --(10) Acts of the General Assembly of the French Clergy in the year MDCLXXV concerning religion ... (London, 1685) -- (11) Some queries to Protestants answered : as an explanation of the Roman Catholic's belief in four great points ... / Michael Altham. 2nd ed. (London : Printed by J.H. for Luke Meredith, 1687)
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3               An Infallible Way to Contentment in the Midst of Public and Personal Calamities. First Published in the Year 1688. (1883)

4               Remarks Relating to the State of the Church of the First Centuries: Wherein are Interspersed Animadversions on J. H.'s View of Antiquity. (1680)

5               The Devout Communicant Exemplified: In his Behavior Before, at, and After the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper: Practically Suited to All the Parts of that Solemn Ordinance. Seventh Edition Revised. (1869)

6               The History of Passive Obedience Since the Reformation (1689)

 



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1               The Student's Handbook to the Psalms. By John Sharpe, D.D. Rector of Elmley Lovett, Formerly Fellow of Christ’s College. (1894)

 


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1               The History of the Propagation and Improvement of Vegetables by the Concurrence of Art and Nature. By Robert Sharrock, Fellow of New College. (1660)

 


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1               A Discourse Concerning a Judge of Controversies in Matters of Religion: Being an Answer to some Papers Asserting the Necessity of Such a Judge. Written for the Private Satisfaction of some Scrupulous Persons. And Now Published for Common Use. With a Preface Concerning the Nature of Certainty and Infallibility.(1686)

2               A Discourse Concerning the Divine Providence. By William Sherlock, D.D. Second American Edition. (1851)

3               A Discourse Concerning the Happiness of Good Men, and the Punishment of the Wicked, in the Next World, Etc. Under the Following Heads: Viz. I. Concerning the True Reason and Foundation of our Faith and Hope of Immortal Life. II. Concerning the Nature and Moral Arguments of a Future State. III. What Farther Evidence the Law of Moses Gives us of the Immortality of the Soul, and a Future State. IV. Concerning the Gospel Evidence of Immortal Life. V. That Salvation which is Wrought for us by Christ Gives us the Most Sure and Certain Hopes of a Blessed Immortality. VI. The Conclusion. A Comparison Between the Gain of the World and the Loss of the Soul. By William Sherlock, D.D. Late Dean of St. Paul’s. The Fifth Edition. (1735)

4               A Discourse Concerning the Knowledge of Jesus Christ, and Our Union and Communion with Him, Etc. By William Sherlock, Rector of St. George, Buttolph Lane, London. (1674)

5               A Letter to a Member of the Convocation. (1689)

6               A Papist Misrepresented and Represented. or A Twofold Character of Popery, the One Containing a Sum of the Superstitions, Idolatries, Cruelties, Treacheries, and Wicked Principles of that Popery which has Disturbed this Nation Above a Hundred and Fifty Years; Filled it with Fears and Jealousies, and Deserves the Hatred of All Good Christians. The Other, Laying Open that Popery which the Papists Own and Profess; With the Chief Articles of their Faith, and some of the Principal Grounds and Reasons, which Hold them in that Religion. By J. L. To which is Annexed, Roman-Catholic Principles, In Reference to God and the King. (1685)

7               A Practical Discourse Concerning a Future Judgment. Under the Following Heads: Viz. I. The Proof of a Future Judgment. II. Concerning the Time of the Judgment. III. Who Shall be our Judge, viz. the Man Christ Jesus. IV. The Manner and Circumstances of Christ’s Appearance, and the Awful Solemnities of Judgment. V. Who are to be Judged; viz. the World, or All Mankind. VI. For what we Shall be Judged. VII. Concerning the Righteousness of the Future Judgment, and the Rule whereby we Shall be Judged. VIII. The Conclusion. By William Sherlock, D.D. Late Dean of St. Paul’s. The Twelfth Edition. (1749)

8               A Practical Discourse Concerning Death. By William Sherlock, D.D. From the Seventeenth Glasgow Edition. (1814)

9               A Practical Discourse of Religious Assemblies. By William Sherlock, D.D. Dean of St. Paul’s, Master of the Temple, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. The Third Edition. (1700)

10            A Preservative Against Popery: Being some Plain Directions to Unlearned Protestants, How to Dispute with Romish Priests. The First Part. By William Sherlock, D.D. Master of the Temple. The Fourth Edition. (1688)

11            A Resolution of some Cases of Conscience which Respect Church Communion. Viz. I. Whether to Communicate with Some Church, Especially in Such a Divided State of the Church, Be a Necessary Duty, Incumbent on All Christians. II. Whether Constant Communion Be a Necessary Duty, Where Occasional Communion is Lawful. III. Whether it is Lawful to Communicate with Two Churches, which are in a State of Separation from Each Other. The Second Edition. (1683)

12            A Second Letter to a Friend, Concerning the French Invasion. In which the Declaration Lately Dispersed Under the Title of ,His Majesty's Most Gracious Declaration, to All His Loving Subjects, Commanding their Assistance Against the Prince of Orange and His Adherents, Etc.’ Is Entirely and Exactly Published, According to the Dispersed Copies; with some Short Observations Upon it. The Second Edition. (1692)

13            A Sermon on Ps. 77:10-12, Preached at White-Hall, Before the Queen, on the 17th of June, 1691, Being the Fast-Day. By William Sherlock, D.D. Dean of St. Paul’s, Master of the Temple, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Their Majesties. (1691)

14            A Sermon on Ps. 81:1,20 Preached at St. Paul's Cathedral, on November 22, 1699. Being the Anniversary Meeting of the Lover’s of Music. By William Sherlock, D.D. Dean of St. Paul’s, and Master of the Temple, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. Published at the Request of the Stewards. (1699)

15            A Sermon Preached Before the Queen: At the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London, on Sept. 7, 1704: Being the Thanksgiving Day for the Late Glorious Victory Obtained Over the French and Bavarians at Blenheim Near Hochstet, on Wednesday the Second of August by the Forces of Her Majesty and Her Allies Under the Command of the Duke of Marlborough. (1704)

16            A Vindication of the Rights of Ecclesiastical Authority: Being an Answer to the First Part of the Protestant Reconciler. By William Sherlock, D.D. Master of the Temple. (1685)

17            A Vindication of ‘The Case of Allegiance Due to Sovereign Powers’: In Reply to an Answer to a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, 'Obedience and Submission to the Present Government, Demonstrated from Bishop Overal’s Convocation Book; with a Postscript in Answer to Dr. Sherlock’s Case of Allegiance, Etc'. By William Sherlock, D.D. Master of the Temple. (1691)

18            A Vindication of the Doctrine of the Holy and Ever Blessed Trinity, and the Incarnation of the Son of God: Occasioned by the Brief Notes on the Creed of St. Athanasius, and the Brief History of the Unitarians, or Socinians; and Containing an Answer to them both. (1694)

19            An Account of the Late Proposals (for Dissolving the Ecclesiastical Commission, Etc.) of the Archbishop of Canterbury with some other Bishops to His Majesty: In a Letter. (1688)

20            An Answer to Dr. Sherlock’s Examination of the Oxford Decree: In a Letter from a Member of that University to his Friend in London. (1696) (Author: Wallis, John, 1616-1703; Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707)

21            An Answer to the Author (W. Sherlock) of the Letter to a Member of the Convention. (1689)

22            An Apology for Writing Against the Socinians, in Defense of the Doctrines of the Holy Trinity and Incarnation: In Answer to a Late Earnest and Compassionate Suit for Forbearance to the Learned Writers of some Controversies at Present, (by Edward Wetenhall). By William Sherlock, D.D. Dean of St. Paul’s, Master of the Temple, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Their Majesties. (1693)

23            Animadversions on a Rev. Prelate’s Remarks upon the Bill now Pending in Parliament, Entitled, ‘A Bill to Prevent Suits for Tithes.’ (1731) (Author: Arnall, William, 1699 or 1700-1736; Sherlock, Thomas, 1678-1761)

24            Animadversions Upon Dr. Sherlock’s Book, Entitled, ‘A Vindication of the Holy and Ever Blessed Trinity, Etc.’ Together with a more Necessary Vindication of that Sacred, and Prime Article of the Christian Faith from his New Notions, and False Explication of it. Humbly Offered to his Admirers, and to himself the Chief of them. (1693) (Author: South, Robert, 1634-1716)

25            Remarks Upon Dr. Sherlock's Book, Entitled, 'The Case of the Allegiance Due to Sovereign Princes Stated and Resolved, Etc.’ By Samuel Johnson. The Second Edition. (1690)

26            Some Modest Remarks on Dr. Sherlock's New Book About the Case of Allegiance Due to Sovereign Powers, Etc. In a Letter to a Friend. (1691)

27            The Case of the Allegiance Due to Sovereign Powers, Stated and Resolved, According to Scripture and Reason, and the Principles of the Church of England. With a More Particular Respect to the Oath, Lately Enjoined, of Allegiance to Their Present Majesties, King William and Queen Mary. By William Sherlock, D.D. Master of the Temple. (1691)

28            The Charity of Lending Without Usury. And the True Notion of Usury Briefly Stated: In a Sermon Preached Before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor, at St. Bridget's Church, on Tuesday in Easter-Week, 1692. By William Sherlock, D.D. Dean of St. Paul’s, Master of the Temple, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Their Majesties. (1692)

29            The New Danger of Presbytery. or, The Claims and Practices of some in the Lower House of Convocation, Very Dangerous to the Constitution of an Episcopal and Metropolitan Church. With an Answer to the Vindication of the Narrative of the Lower-House, Etc., as far as Concerns this Argument. By William Sherlock. (1703)

30            The Pretended Expedient. In a Letter to the Author. Showing that Title to be Contrary to the Book, Especially, with Relation to the Right of an Episcopal Church. (1702)

 


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1               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 1 (Genesis through Leviticus) (1832)

2               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 2 (Numbers through Joshua) (1832)

3               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 3 (Judges through Second Kings) (1832)

4               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 4 (First Chronicles through Job) (1832)

5               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 5 (Psalms 1 through Psalms 72) (1832)

6               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 6 (Psalms 73 through Psalms 150) (1832)

7               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 7 (Proverbs through Isaiah 26) (1832)

8               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 8 (Isaiah 27 through Isaiah 66) (1832)

9               Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 9 (Jeremiah through Daniel) (1832)

10            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 10 (Hosea through Malachi) (1832)

11            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 11 (Matthew) (1832)

12            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 12 (Mark through Luke 16) (1832)

13            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 13 (Luke 17 through John 12) (1832)

14            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 14 (John 13 through Acts) (1832)

15            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 15 (Romans) (1832)

16            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 16 (I Corinthians through II Corinthians) (1832)

17            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 17 (Galatians through Ephesians) (1832)

18            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 18 (Philippians through I Timothy) (1832)

19            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 19 (II Timothy through Hebrews) (1832)

20            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 20 (James through Jude) (1832)

21            Discourses (Principally in the form of Skeletons) Now First Digested into One Continued Series, and forming a Commentary Upon every Book of the Old and New Testament; To which is Annexed, An Improved Edition of a Translation of Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon. In Twenty-One Volumes. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Senior Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Volume 21 (Revelation – Claude’s Essay – Indexes) (1832)

22            Helps to Composition; or, Six Hundred Skeletons of Sermons; Several Being the Substance of Sermons Preached Before the University. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. The Third Edition. Volume 1 (I. The Author’s Preface. II Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon, with Explanatory Contents. III. Sermon on the Gospel Message, Illustrative of the Above Essay. IV. Skeletons 1-100.) (1815)

23            Helps to Composition; or, Six Hundred Skeletons of Sermons; Several Being the Substance of Sermons Preached Before the University. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. The Third Edition. Volume 2 (I. Skeletons 101-219.) (1815)

24            Helps to Composition; or, Six Hundred Skeletons of Sermons; Several Being the Substance of Sermons Preached Before the University. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. The Third Edition. Volume 3 (I. Skeletons 220-342.) (1815)

25            Helps to Composition; or, Six Hundred Skeletons of Sermons; Several Being the Substance of Sermons Preached Before the University. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. The Third Edition. Volume 4 (I. Skeletons 343-473.) (1815)

26            Helps to Composition; or, Six Hundred Skeletons of Sermons; Several Being the Substance of Sermons Preached Before the University. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. The Third Edition. Volume 5 (I. Skeletons 474-600; With Ten Entire Sermons on the Christian’s Armor pp. 495-585.) (1815)

27            Memoirs of the Life of Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A., Late Senior Fellow of King’s College, and Minister of Trinity Church, Cambridge. With a Selection from his Writings and Correspondence. Edited by the Rev. William Carus, M.A., Fellow and Senior Dean of Trinity College, and Minister of Trinity Church, Cambridge. The American Edition, Edited by the Right Rev. Chas. P. McIlvaine, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Ohio.(1847)

28            Memorial Sketches of the Rev. David Brown: With a Sketch of his Sermons, Preached at Calcutta. Edited by Rev. Charles Simeon. (1816) (Author: Brown, David, 1763-1812; Simeon, Charles, 1759-1836, ed)

29            Prayers and Offices of Devotion: For Families and for Particular Persons on most Occasions. (1850) (Author: Benjamin Jenks , Charles Simeon)

30            Reminiscences of Chalmers, Simeon, Wilberforce, Etc. (1833) (Author: Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847. Subject: Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847; Simeon, Charles, 1759-1836; Wilberforce, William, 1759-1833)

31            Review of the Conduct of the Directors of the British and Foreign Bible Society Relative to the Apocrypha and to their Administration on the Continent: With an Answer to the Rev. Charles Simeon, and Observations on the Cambridge Remarks. (1828) (Author: Haldane, Robert, 1764-1842)

32            The Christian: A Course of Practical Sermons. (1825) (Author: Samuel Walker , Charles Simeon)

33            The Excellency of the Liturgy: In Four Discourses, Preached before the University of Cambridge. (1813)

34            The Later Evangelical Fathers, John Thornton, John Newton, William Cowper, Thomas Scott, Richard Cecil, William Wilberforce, Charles Simeon, Henry Martyn, Josiah Pratt, by Mary Seeley. (1879)

35            The Offices of the Holy Spirit: Four Sermons Preached the University of Cambridge. (1832)

 


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1               The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed, Burdy’s Life of the Author. Edited by the Rev. Robert Lynam, A.M. Assistant Chaplain to the Magdalen Hospital. In Six Volumes. (I. Life of the Author. II. Controversial Discourses. Preface. III. Controversial Discourses 1.How the True Religion may be Distinguished from Such as are False. 2. The Bible is the Word of God. 3. How the Scriptures are to be Read. 4. The Unity of God Proved. 5. Objections to the Divinity of Christ Answered. 6. The Divinity of Christ Proved. 7. The Divinity of the Holy Ghost Proved. 8. The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity Vindicated. 9. Christ the True and Proper Sacrifice for Sin. 10 Christ the True and Proper Sacrifice for Sin, Continued. 11. The Sanctions of the Christian Law. 12. The Fundamentals of Christianity, and the Necessity of Faith Therein. 13. A Test Necessary Before Admission into the Ministry. 14. Christianity Proved by Miracles. 15. Christianity Proved by Prophecies.) Volume 1 (1824)

2               The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed, Burdy’s Life of the Author. Edited by the Rev. Robert Lynam, A.M. Assistant Chaplain to the Magdalen Hospital. Volume 2 (I. Discourses Controversial and Practical. [Numbering Continued from Volume 1]. 16. Faith Well Founded on Christ’s Resurrection. 17. Judas a Preacher of Righteousness. 18. Human Liberty - What; and How to be Obtained. 19. Religion Necessary to Civil Society. 20. The Marks of Dangerous Corruption Found in the Church of Rome. II. Preface to Discourses, Controversial and Practical. 21. The Covenant of Peace with God in Christ Jesus Our Mediator. 22. The Covenant of Peace Renewed and Continued. 23. The Reward Annexed to the Christian Covenant. 24. The Punishment Annexed to the Christian Covenant. 25. Of Love Towards God. 26. On the Fear of God. 27. A Preservative Against Temptations. 28. Habit the Source of Happiness or Misery. 29. The Necessity of a Speedy Repentance. 30. The Weak should be Watchful. 31. Man his own Enemy. 32. The Progress of Man. 33. Who are Idolaters? 34. Spiritual Light and Darkness. 35. Woe to the Drunkard. 36. Pride a Humbler. 37. The Dignity of the Christian Ministry. 38. The Religious Duty of Parents and Masters Enforced. 39. The Honor Due to God’s Name. 40. Christians Must Follow Christ. 41. Christ’s Crucifixion Celebrated Every Day. 42. The Cunning Man. 43. The Gospel Proved to the Unlearned. 44. Christianity not Incredible, Because Mysterious. 45. He Only Saves who Wisely Gives Away. 46. The Birth and Growth of Faith. 47. Infidelity is of the Heart.) (1824)

3               The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed, Burdy’s Life of the Author. Edited by the Rev. Robert Lynam, A.M. Assistant Chaplain to the Magdalen Hospital. Volume 3 (I. Discourses, Controversial and Practical. [Numbering Continued from Volume 2]. 48. Right Reason Saith, ‘Believe in God.’ 49. Christian Faith is Faith in the Holy Trinity. 50. Christian Faith Demonstrated by the Resurrection of Christ. 51. Beware of False Teachers. 52. Stand Fast in the Faith. 53. On Confirmation. 54. The Faithful and Acceptable Truth. 55. The Necessity and Efficacy of the Great Sacrifice. 56. The Necessity and Efficacy of Spiritual Nourishment. 57. None but the Child of God Hears God. 58. Who is for God, and who Against Him? 59. Folly Wiser than Wisdom. 60. The Scorner Scorned. 61. The True Christian is Both Dead and Alive. 62. The Thinker Shall be Saved. 63. God will Measure to you in your own Bushel. 64. The Pinnacle of Christ’s Church. 65. The Good Few Require but a Narrow Road. 66. A Crowd Must have a Broad Road. 67. How to Choose a Good Husband or Wife. 68. How to be Happy, Though Married. 69. Vanity of Vanities. 70. Rob him not of the Seventh, Who gave you Six. 71. The Church of Christ can have but One Mind. 72. The Case of Protestant Refugees from France Considered. 73. The Pastoral Duty. 74. Christ’s Charity Sermon [Intended to have been Preached at the Magdalen Asylum]. II. Forms of Prayer for Various Purposes. III. Reflections on Predestination. IV. A Summary of Religion.) (1824)

4               The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed, Burdy’s Life of the Author. Edited by the Rev. Robert Lynam, A.M. Assistant Chaplain to the Magdalen Hospital. Volume 4 (Deism Revealed. [A Treatise Upon the Beliefs, Practices, and Practical Inferences of Deism; Presented in Eight Dialogues]. Dialogue I. 1. Introductory Conversation. 2. Entrance on the Subject of Debate. 3. That Infidelity is Faith. 4. This Proved. 5. Deistical Creed. Dialogue II. 1. Debate on the Deistical Creed. Dialogue III. 1. Whether the Dictates of Nature are Laws, and Carry their Own Obligation with them. 2. Concerning the Rewards and Punishments Annexed to the Law of Nature. 3. Whether the Complacency Attending Good Actions, and the Remorse Attending Bad Ones, are Sufficient to Excite Mankind to the Former, and Deter them from the Latter. 4. What are the Real Sanctions of Deism, and Whether they are Easily Discovered. Dialogue IV. 1. If the Light of Nature were the Only Means of Acquiring Religion, it would be Very Clear and Universal. 2. That Nothing can Contribute more to our Obeying the Law of God, than the Knowledge of our Chief Good; and that the Ancient Philosophers were Infinitely at a Loss to Ascertain the Chief Good. 3. What the Chief Evil of Deism is. What that of Christianity is. 4. Whether the Law of Nature is Eternal, and a Law of God. 5. Whether the Deistical Law of Nature, if Allowed to Include the Rewards and Punishments of Futurity, will Damn All Mankind. Dialogue V. 1. Whether Any man can be sure a Revelation Hath been made him. 2. Whether the Faith of the Common People does not Depend Absolutely on their Clergy, and not on Any Certainty they can have, that the Scriptures are the Word of God, or that they have been Kept Uncorrupted. 3. Whether those who have not Previously a Right Idea of God, can Judge Whether Any Pretended Revelation is Worthy of him. Dialogue VI. 1. Two Sorts of Fitness to be Expected in the Right Religion; The First Relating to him who Gives it, the Second to them who are to Receive it. 2. The Subject of Mysteries Entered on. 3. Objections to the Doctrine of the Trinity. Dialogue VII. 1. Objection to Christianity from the Disputes Among the Christians. 2. Objections to the Sanctions of Christianity. 3. Concerning the Late Introduction of Christianity, as an Objection to its Truth. 4. Objection to Christianity Drawn from the Ill Lives of its Professors. 5. Whether Libertinism Affords an Argument in Favor of Christianity. Dialogue Viii. 1. The Overture that gives Occasion to the Present Dialogue. 2. The Effects of Diffidence, and of Presumption, in Respect to the Acquisition of Knowledge. 3. Definition of Libertinism, Enlarged on. 4. How Libertinism Passes from One Mind to Another, till it comes to be Publically Countenanced. 5. Three Classes of Libertine Writers. 6. Of the Deistical Writers. 7. Of Conversions from Deism, made by the Terrors of Death. 8. Of the Author of the Characteristics. 9. Of Toland. 10. Of Collins. 11. Of Tindal. 12. Of Mandeville. 13. Of Dodwell’s Christianity not Founded on Argument. 14. Of Morgan and Chubb. 15. What Other Sort of Performances the Deistical Writers Might Excel in, did they Apply themselves to them. 16. The Opposite Methods and Means by which Christianity and Libertinism were Propagated. 17. Easy to Determine Controversies About Religion in a Summary Way, Difficult in the Way of Learning. 18. Whether a Libertine or a Christian is the Most Likely to be a Man of Virtue. 19. Whether Libertinism is of a Good or Evil Tendency to the State. 20. The Motives that Actuate Libertines not Easily Seen Through, and Therefore Difficult to be Judged of. 21. The Conclusion.) (1824)

5               The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed, Burdy’s Life of the Author. Edited by the Rev. Robert Lynam, A.M. Assistant Chaplain to the Magdalen Hospital. Volume 5 (I. Some New Reasons for Inoculation. II. Some Account of a Well in the County of Monaghan, Famous for Curing the Jaundice. III. An Account of Lough Derg. IV. Vallis Longivada. V. A Curious Production of Nature. VI. Some Observations on a Late Resignation. VII. Truth in a Mask. VIII. The Consultation. IX. The Candid Reader. X. A Letter to the Authors of Divine Analogy and the Minute Philosophers. XI. A Vindication of the Right Reverend Lord Bishop of Winchester. XII. Some Proposals for the Revival of Christianity. XIII. A Dissertation on the Constitution and Effects of a Petty Jury. XIV. The Chevalier’s Hopes. The Necessity of Tillage and Granaries. XV. A Dream in the Year 1770. XVI. Hylema.) (1824)

6               The Complete Works of the Late Rev. Philip Skelton, Rector of Fintona, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed, Burdy’s Life of the Author. Edited by the Rev. Robert Lynam, A.M. Assistant Chaplain to the Magdalen Hospital. Volume 6 (I. An Appeal to Common Sense on the Subject of Christianity; To which are Added, Some Thoughts on Common Sense thus Appealed to, Wherein the Plain Unlearned Reader will do well not to Concern himself, as they may Prove Equally Unintelligible and Useless to him. II. Hymns. III. Senilia, or, An Old Man’s Miscellany.) (1824)

7               The Life of Philip Skelton. Reprinted from the Edition of 1792 with an Introduction by Norman Moore. (1914) (Author: Burdy, Samuel, 1760?-1820)

8               The Lives of Dr. Edward Pocock, The Celebrated Orientalist, by Dr. Leonard Twells; of Dr. Zachary Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by Themselves; and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by Samuel Burdy. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1816) (Author: Twells, Leonard, d. 1742 Subject: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782)

9               The Lives of Dr. Edward Pocock, The Celebrated Orientalist, by Dr. Leonard Twells; of Dr. Zachary Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by Themselves; and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by Samuel Burdy. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1816) (Author: Twells, Leonard, d. 1742 Subject: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782)

 



Smith, Joseph (1670-1756)

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1               A Clear and Comprehensive View of the Being, Nature, and Attributes of God, Formed not Only Upon the Divine Authority of the Holy Scriptures, but the Solid Reasoning and Testimonies of the Best Authors, Both Heathen and Christian, which have Written Upon the Subject. With Practical Inferences, Remarks, and Exhortations, for the More Effectual Revival of True Piety and Religion, that in this Degenerate Age of Infidelity and Licentiousness, is but too Much Wanted. By Joseph Smith, D.D., Provost of Queen’s College, Oxon; Prebendary of St. Paul’s; and Rector of St. Diony’s, London. (1756)

 


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1               An Inquiry into the Doctrines of the Anglo-Saxon Church, in Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, in the Year 1830; at the Lecture Founded by the Rev. John Bampton, M.A. Canon of Salisbury. (1830)

2               Elizabethan Religious History. (1839)

3               Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, by John Laurence von Mosheim, D.D. Chancellor of the University of Gottingen. A New and Literal Translation from the Original Latin, with Copious Additional Notes, Original and Selected, by James Murdock, D.D. Edited with Additions, by Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Stapleford Tawney, with Thoydon Mount, Essex. Second Revised Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (Primitive Period) (1850)

4               Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, by John Laurence von Mosheim, D.D. Chancellor of the University of Gottingen. A New and Literal Translation from the Original Latin, with Copious Additional Notes, Original and Selected, by James Murdock, D.D. Edited with Additions, by Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Stapleford Tawney, with Thoydon Mount, Essex. Second Revised Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (Medieval Period) (1850)

5               Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, by John Laurence von Mosheim, D.D. Chancellor of the University of Gottingen. A New and Literal Translation from the Original Latin, with Copious Additional Notes, Original and Selected, by James Murdock, D.D. Edited with Additions, by Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Stapleford Tawney, with Thoydon Mount, Essex. Second Revised Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (The Reformation) (1850)

6               Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, by John Laurence von Mosheim, D.D. Chancellor of the University of Gottingen. A New and Literal Translation from the Original Latin, with Copious Additional Notes, Original and Selected, by James Murdock, D.D. Edited with Additions, by Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Stapleford Tawney, with Thoydon Mount, Essex. Second Revised Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (Modern Period) (1850)

7               Reasons for Opposing the Romish Claims. (1829)

8               The Anglo-Saxon Church: Its History, Revenues, and General Character. (1844)

9               The History of the Reformation of the Church of England; By Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Shelley, in Essex. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (Reign of King Henry VIII.) (1826)

10            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England; By Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Shelley, in Essex. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (Reign of King Henry VIII.) (1826)

11            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England; By Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Shelley, in Essex. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (Reign of King Edward VI.) (1826)

12            The History of the Reformation of the Church of England; By Henry Soames, M.A. Rector of Shelley, in Essex. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (Reigns of the Queens Mary and Elizabeth.) (1826)

13            The Latin Church During Anglo-Saxon Times. (1848)

14            The Romish Reaction and its Present Operation on the Church of England. (1843)

 



Spelman, Clement (1598-1679)

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1               A Letter from Utrecht to the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, Showing the Conversion of Church Lands to Lay Uses, to be Condemned by Luther, Calvin, Knox, and the Whole Assemblies of Scottish Divines, as a Detestable Sacrilege Before God, and Provoking His Heavy Judgments. Sent in a Letter to Doctor Burges in June Last, to be Presented. A Copy Whereof Coming Accidentally to the Hands of W. B. was by him Commended to the Press. (1648)

                             


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1               De non Temerandis Ecclesiis Churches Not to be Violated. A Tract of the Rights and Respects Due unto Churches. Written to a Gentleman, who having an Appropriate Parsonage, Employed the Church to Profane uses, and left the Parishioners Uncertainly Provided of Divine Service in a Parish there Adjoining. Written by Sir Henry Spelman Knight. (1841)

2               The History and Fate of Sacrilege, Discovered by Examples of Scripture, of Heathens, and of Christians; From the Beginning of the World, Continually to this Day. Edited, in Part from Two Manuscripts, Revised and Corrected, with a Continuation, Large Additions, and an Introductory Essay, by Two Priests of the Church of England. (1853)

3               Two Tracts. Tract I. Entitled ‘De non Temerandis Ecclesiis, or Churches not to be Violated’, by Sir Henry Spelman Knight. Tract II. ‘The Poor Vicar’s Plea for Tithes, Etc.’, by Thomas Ryves (1583-1652), Doctor of the Civil Laws. With a Prefatory Account of the Authors and these Works. (1704) (Author: Spelman, Henry, Sir, 1564?-1641; Spelman, Henry, Sir, 1564?-1641; Ryves, Thomas, Sir, 1583?-1652; Kennett, White, 1660-1728; Spelman, Clement, 1598-1679)

 


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1               Mr. Hoadly's Measures of Submission to the Civil Magistrate Enquired into, and Disapproved. Wherein is shown that Mr. Hoadly has by no Means Proved the Lawfulness of Forcibly Resisting the Supreme Magistrate in Any Case; but After All he has said to the Contrary, the Apostle’s Doctrine Still holds True, that ‘Whosoever Resisteth the Power, Resisteth the Ordinance of God; and they that Resist, Shall Receive to themselves Damnation’. By a Presbyter of the Church of England, Nathanael Spinckes, M.A. (Woe to All the Princes of the Earth, if this Doctrine [of Resistance] be True, and Becometh Popular; if the Multitude Believe this, the Prince not Armed with the Scales of the Leviathan, that is, with Irresistible Power, can Never be Safe from the Spears, and Barbed Arrows, which their Ambition and Presumed Interest will Provide, and their Malice will Sharpen, and their Passionate Violence Throw Against him. If the Beast we Speak of but Knows its own Strength, it will Never be Managed: Wherefore such as own these Pernicious Doctrines, Destructive to All Societies of men, may be said to have Wolves Heads, as the Laws of Old were want to Speak of Excommunicated Persons; and are, like those Ravenous Beasts, so far from Deserving our Love and Care, they Ought to be Destroyed at the Common Charge. ‘The Creed of Mr. Hobbes Examined’, by his Grace the Present Lord Bishop of Canterbury. Second Edition Pages 170, 171 and First Edition Pages 160, 161.) (1711)

2               No Sufficient Reason for Restoring the Prayers and Directions of King Edward the Sixth's First Liturgy; Part I. By a Non-Juror. (1718)

3               Of Trust in God or A Discourse Concerning the Duty of Casting our Care Upon God in All our Difficulties. Together with an Exhortation to Patient Suffering for Righteousness: in a Sermon on I Pet. 3:14,15. The Second Edition. By Nathaniel Spinckes, M.A. a Presbyter of the Church of England. (1714)

4               The Case Stated, Between the Church of Rome and the Church of England: Wherein is Shown, that the Doubt and Danger is in the Former, and the Certainty and Safety in The Latter Communion. (1714) (Author: Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722; Spinckes, Nathaniel, 1654-1727; Campbell, Archibald)

5               The Sick Man Visited; And Furnished with Instructions, Meditations, and Prayers, for Putting him in Mind of his Change; For Supporting him Under his Distemper; and For Preparing him for, and Carrying him Through, his Last Conflict with Death. By Nathanael Spinckes, A.M. Late Prebendary of Sarum, Etc. The Sixth Edition, Corrected. To which is Prefixed, a Short Account of the Life of the Very Reverend Author. (1744)

6               The True Church of England-Man's Companion in the Closet. With a Preface, by the Rev. Nathanael Spinckes, M.A. A New Edition.(1870)

 


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1               A Discourse made by the Lord Bishop of Rochester, To the Clergy of his Diocese, at his Visitation in the Year 1695. Published at their Request. (1710)

2               A Relation of the Wicked Contrivance of Stephen Blackhead and Robert Young, Against the Lives of Several Persons, by Forging an Association Under their Hands. With an Account of what Passed at the Late Bishop of Rochester’s Three Examinations by a Committee of Lords of the Privy Council. Written by the said Bishop of Rochester. (1722)

3               A Sermon Preached Before the King at White-Hall, December 24, 1676. By Thomas Sprat, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. Published by His Majesty’s Special Command. (1677)

4               A True Account and Declaration of the Horrid Conspiracy Against the Late King, His Present Majesty, and the Government: As it was Ordered to be Published by His Late Majesty. The Second Edition. (1886)

5               Moral and Political Dialogues Between Divers Eminent Persons of the Past and Present Age; With Critical and Explanatory Notes By the Editor (Richard Hurd 1720-1808). The Second Edition. (1760) (Author: Hurd, Richard, 1720-1808) (Dialogue I. On sincerity in the commerce of the world: between Henry More and Edmund Waller.--Dialogue II. On retirement: between Abraham Cowley, and Thomas Sprat.--Dialogues III-IV. On the golden age of Queen Elizabeth: between Robert Digby, Dr. Arbuthnot and Mr. Addison.--Dialogues V-VI. On the constitution of the English government: [between] Sir John Maynard, Mr. Somers and Bishop Burnet.)

6               Observations on Monsieur de Sorbier's Voyage into England. Written to Dr. Wren, Professor of Astronomy in Oxford. By Thomas Sprat, Fellow of the Royal Society. (1665)

7               Select Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1777)

8               Select Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1772) (Author: Abraham Cowley , Richard Hurd, and Thomas Sprat)

9               Sermons Preached on Several Occasions. By the Right Reverend, Thomas Sprat, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Rochester, and Dean of Westminster. ( I. A Sermon Preached Before the King, at White-Hall, Dec. 24, 1676. On St. Mark 10:15. II. A Sermon Preached Before the Honorable House of Commons, at St. Margaret’s Westminster, Jan. 30, 1677/78. On St. Matthew 5:10. III. A Sermon Preached at the Anniversary-Meeting of the Sons of Clergy-Men, in the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, Nov. 7, 1678. On Gal. 6:10. IV. A Sermon Preached Before the King, at White-Hall, Dec. 22, 1678. On Gal. 4. Part of Verse 18. V. A Sermon Preached Before the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guildhall Chapel, on Jan. 29, 1681/82. On Prov. 21:21. VI. A Sermon Preached Before the Artillery-Company of London, at St. Mary-le-Bow, on April 20, 1682. On St. Luke 22. Part of Verse 36. VII. A Sermon Preached Before the Right Honorable Sir Henry Tulse Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, Etc. on May 29, 1684. Being the Anniversary-Day of His Majesty’s Birth, and Happy Return to His Kingdoms. On Psalm 130:4. VIII. A Sermon Preached Before the King and Queen, at White-Hall, on Good Friday, 1690. On I St. Peter 2 Part of Verse 21,22. IX. A Sermon Preached to the Natives of the County of Dorset, Residing in and About the Cities of London and Westminster, at St. Mary-le-Bow, on Dec. 8, 1692. Being the Day of their Anniversary-Feast. On Acts 4:32. X. A Sermon Preached Before the King and Queen, at White-Hall, on Good-Friday, on April 6, 1694. On St. Matthew 7:21.) (1722)

10            The History of the Royal Society of London, for the Improving of Natural Knowledge. By Thomas Sprat, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Rochester. The Fourth Edition. (1734)

 


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1               A Complete Body of Divinity. (1729)

2               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 1 (1764)

3               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 2 (1764)

4               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 1 (1795)

5               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 3 (1796)

6               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 4 (1796)

7               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 5 (1796)

8               A New History of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity. In Six Volumes. With Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations Upon the Most Remarkable Passages, and a Connection of Profane History All Along. To which are Added, Notes, Explaining Difficult Texts, Rectifying Mistranslations, and Reconciling Seeming Contradictions. The Whole Illustrated with Proper Maps. By the Rev. Thomas Stackhouse, A.M. Late Vicar of Beenham in Berkshire. Volume 6 (1796)

9               A System of Practical Duties, Moral and Evangelical. (1760)

10            Fair Statement of the Controversy Between Mr. Woolston and his Adversaries: Containing the Substance of what he Asserts Against toe Literal Sense of Our Blessed Savior’s Miracles; and what Bishop Gibson, Bishop Chandler, Bishop Smallbroke, Bishop Sherlock, Dr. Pearce, Dr. Rogers, Mr. Stebbing, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Lardner, Mr. Ray, Etc. Have Advanced Against him. (1730)

11            Memoirs of the Life, and Conduct, of Dr. Francis Atterbury, Late Bishop of Rochester, From his Birth, to his Banishment. Addressed to the Right Honorable William Pulteney, Esq. (1723)

12            Reflections on the Nature and Property of Languages in General, and on the Advantages, Defects, and Manner of Improving the English Tongue in Particular. (1731)

13            Two Sermons: Collected Chiefly from Stackhouse’s Body of Divinity and Printed for the use of Private Families in the Island of Cape-Breton. (microfilm) (1793)

 



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1               A Confirmation and Discovery of Witchcraft. (1973)

2               The Curate's Manual with Reference to the Sick and Dying: From the Latin of the Rev. John Stearne, Vicar of Trim, in the Seventeenth Century.  With Additions, Original and Selected, by Rev. Kirby Trimmer, A.B. Curate of Stanhoe, Norfolk; Formerly of St. Alban Hall, Oxford; and Author of Conversations on the Thirty-Nine Articles. (1840)

 


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1               A Brief Account of Prayer, and the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper; And Other Religious Duties Appertaining to the Christian Worship. For the Use of Common Christians. To which is Added, A Discourse on Speech, and the Abuses of it: Delivered in Several Sundays at Gray’s-Inn Chapel, and Published at the Request of the Masters of the Bench. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty; and Preacher to the Honorable Society. (1739)

2               A Caution Against Religious Delusion. A Sermon on the New Birth: Occasioned by the Pretensions of the Methodists. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty; and Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1739)

3               A Collection of Tracts Published Between 1729 and 1759, in the Defense and Explanation of Christianity and its Evidence. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Late Chancellor of Sarum. Improved and Prepared for the Press by the Author, and now Republished: By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Morning Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1766)

4               A Defense of Dr. Clarke's Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion, In Answer to the Fourteenth Chapter of a Book, Entitled, 'Christianity as Old, Etc.' (1731)

5               A Defense of the Scripture History so far as it Concerns the Resurrection of Jairus's Daughter; the Widow of Nain's son; and Lazarus. In Answer to Mr. Woolston’s Fifth Discourse on Our Savior’s Miracles. With a Preface, Containing some Remarks on his Answer to the Lord Bishop of St. David’s. (1730)

6               A Discourse Concerning the Governing Providence of God. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. (1757)

7               A Discourse Concerning the use and Advantages of the Gospel Revelation: As it was Delivered on Three Several Sundays, at the New Chapel, in the Broad Way, Westminster. To which are Obviated, the Principal Objections Contained in a Book, Entitled, ‘Christianity as Old as the Creation.’ By Henry Stebbing, D.D. (1730)

8               A Discourse on Luke 13:3,5 Preparatory to the Day of Public Fasting and Humiliation, Feb. 6, 1756 (1756)

9               A Discourse on Our Savior's Miraculous Power of Healing. In which the Six Cases Excepted Against by Mr. Woolston, are Considered. (1730)

10            A Discourse Preparatory to the Religious Observance of the Day of Public Fasting and Humiliation, Appointed by Authority, To be kept on Friday the Sixth of February, 1756, On Occasion of the Late Earthquakes Abroad, and Particularly at Lisbon. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. The Third Edition, Corrected. (1756)

11            A Dissertation on the Power of States to Deny Civil Protection to the Marriages of Minors Made Without the Consent of their Parents or Guardians, In which the Opinion of Baron Puffendorf Upon the Subject, is Examined. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chancellor of the Diocese of Sarum, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. (1755)

12            A Fast Sermon on Occasion of the Rebellion in Scotland in the Year 1745. Preached at Gray’s-Inn Chapel. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Preacher to the Honorable Society. (1745)

13            A Fragment. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. (1750)

14            A Letter to Mr. Foster on the Subject of Heresy. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1735)

15            A Letter to the Dean of Bristol. Occasioned by his New Edition of the Second Volume of his Divine Legation of Moses. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chancellor of the Diocese of Sarum. (1759)

16            A Rational Enquiry into the Proper Methods of Supporting Christianity, So far as it Concerns the Governors of the Church. Being a Defense of the General Terms of Communion, as now Established in the Church of England, with Respect Both to Clergy and Laity; In Opposition to the Principles of a Universal Comprehension. By Henry Stebbing, M.A. Rector of Rickinghall in Suffolk, and Late Fellow of St. Catherine’s-Hall in Cambridge. (1720)

17            A Second Letter to Mr. Foster on the Subject of Heresy, in Answer to his First. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1735)

18            A True State of the Controversy with Mr. Foster, on the Subject of Heresy; In Answer to his Second Letter. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1736)

19            An Apologetical Dedication to the Rev. Dr, Henry Stebbing, In Answer to his Censure and Misrepresentations of the Sermon Preached on the General Fast Day, Appointed to be Observed, on December 18, 1745. By William Warburton, M.A. Chaplain to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. (1746)

20            An Earnest and Affectionate Address to the People Called Methodists. The Second Edition, Corrected. (1745)

21            An Enquiry into the Force and Operation of the Annulling Clauses in a Late Act for the Better Preventing of Clandestine Marriages, with Respect to Conscience. To which the Rights to Marriage Both in and out of Society are Briefly Discussed Upon the Principles of the Law of Nature. (1754)

22            An Essay Concerning Civil Government, Considered as it Stands Related to Religion. Wherein, the Magistrate’s Right to Support and Encourage True Religion by Human Laws is Asserted, Against the Moderate Pleaders for an Absolute, unrestrained Toleration. By Henry Stebbing, M.A. Rector of Rickinghall in Suffolk.(1724)

23            An Examination of Mr. Warburton's Second Proposition, in his Projected Demonstration of the Divine Legation of Moses. In which the Faith of the Ancient Jewish Church, Touching the Doctrine of a Future State, is Asserted and Cleared from the Author’s Objections. In an Epistolary Dissertation Addressed to the Author. To which is Added, an Appendix. Containing Considerations on the Command to Abraham, to Offer up his son Isaac. (1744)

24            Christianity Justified upon the Scripture Foundation. Being a Summary View of the Controversy Between Christians and Deists. In Two Parts. In which the Subject Matter of the Gospel Revelation is Vindicated Against Objections; and the Evidence for the Truth of the Christian Religion Briefly Stated. Preached in Several Sermons (but now Digested into One Continued Discourse) for the Lecture Founded by the Hon. Robert Boyle, Esq. in the Parish Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, in the Years 1747, 1748, and 1749. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chancellor of the Diocese of Sarum, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. (1750)

25            Discourses Upon Several Subjects; Viz. I. Regeneration, or the New Birth; In Two Parts. II. Justifying, or Saving Faith. III. Gospel Holiness, or Sanctification. IV. Fervency in Prayer, and the Assistance of the Spirit in Relation to it. Intended as a Supplement to the Abridgement of Dr. Clagett's Discourse Concerning the Operations of the Holy Spirit. By Henry Stebbing, M.A. Rector of Rickinghall in Suffolk, and Late Fellow of St. Katherine’s Hall, in Cambridge. (1722)

26            Miscellaneous Observations: or, Remarks upon some Scattered Passages in the Bishop of Bangor's Answer to the Representation. Being the Conclusion of the Defense of the First Head of the Charge of the Committee. By Henry Stebbing, M.A. Rector of Rickinghall in Suffolk, and Late Fellow of St. Katherine’s-Hall, in Cambridge. (1718)

27            Observations on a Book, Entitled, 'An Introductory Discourse to a Larger Work, Etc.' Containing an Answer to the Author’s Prejudices, that Miraculous Powers were not Continued to the Church After the Days of the Apostles. (1747)

28            Polemical Tracts; or, A Collection of Papers Written in Defense of the Doctrines and Discipline of the Church of England. To which are Added, A Short Exposition Upon the Church-Catechism, and a Sermon Concerning the Excellency of the Knowledge of Jesus Christ. By Henry Stebbing, Rector of Garboldisham in Norfolk. (1727)

29            Remarks upon a Position of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor Concerning Religious Sincerity. Wherein the Consequences of this Position are Fully Stated, and His Lordship’s Pretended Demonstration is Shown to be Inconclusive. By Henry Stebbing, M.A. Rector of Rickinghall in Suffolk, and Late Fellow of St. Katherine’s-Hall, in Cambridge. To which is Prefixed a Preface by the Reverend the Dean of Chichester. (1718)

30            Sermons on Practical Christianity. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Archdeacon of Wilts, Chancellor of the Diocese of Sarum, and Late Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1759)

31            Sermons on Practical Subjects, By the Late Reverend Henry Stebbing, D.D. Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn, Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty; and Fellow of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies. To which is Prefixed, Some Account of the Character of the Author, by his Son, Henry Stebbing (Barrister). In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1788)

32            The Doctrine of Justification by Faith in Jesus Christ, Stated from the Scriptures and Homilies of the Church of England. By a Clergyman. (1757)

33            The Excellency of the Christian Ministration. A Sermon Before the Sons of the Clergy, at their Anniversary Meeting in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Feb. 1, 1732. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray’s-Inn. (1733)

34            The Excellency of the Knowledge of Christ Jesus. A Sermon Preached at the Parish Church of Redgrave in Suffolk, on Feb. 26, 1720/21. By Henry Stebbing, M.A. Rector of Rickinghall. (1721)

35            The History of Abraham, In the Plain and Obvious Meaning of it, Justified, Against the Objections of the Author of 'The Divine Legation of Moses,’ Etc. To which is Added, A State of the Argument Concerning the Knowledge of the Doctrine of a Future State Among the Ancient Jews, as it Stands Upon the Foot of the Latest Concessions of that Learned Writer. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. Author of the ‘Examination,’ Etc. (1746)

36            The Instructions of a Parish Minister to his Parishioners, on the Subject of Popery. Occasioned by the Late Growth of Popery in this Kingdom. The Second Edition. (1754)

37            The Oxford Young Gentleman's Reply to a Book, Entitled, 'Christianity not Founded on Argument, Etc.' In a Letter to the Author. (1743)

 


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1               A Discourse on Death, With Applications of Christian Doctrine. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. (1835)

2               Helps to the Thoughtful Reading of the Four Gospels. By Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S. (1854)

3               History of the Christian Church. In Two Volumes. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 1 (1833)

4               History of the Christian Church. In Two Volumes. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 2 (1833)

5               History of the Church of Christ, From the Diet of Augsburg 1530, to the Eighteenth Century. Originally Designed as a Continuation of Milner’s History. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1842)

6               History of the Church of Christ, From the Diet of Augsburg 1530, to the Eighteenth Century. Originally Designed as a Continuation of Milner’s History. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1842)

7               History of the Church of Christ, From the Diet of Augsburg 1530, to the Eighteenth Century. Originally Designed as a Continuation of Milner’s History. By Henry Stebbing, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1842)

8               History of the Reformation. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1836)

9               History of the Reformation. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1837)

10            Lives of the Italian Poets. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A., M.R.S.L. Second Edition. With Numerous Additions. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1831)

11            Lives of the Italian Poets. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A., M.R.S.L. Second Edition. With Numerous Additions. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1831)

12            Lives of the Italian Poets. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A., M.R.S.L. Second Edition. With Numerous Additions. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1831)

13            Private Thoughts on Religion, and A Christian Life. In Two Parts. By William Beveridge, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of St. Asaph.  With an Introductory Essay, by Thomas Chalmers, D.D., L.L.D., and F.R.S.E., Professor of Theology in the University of Edinburgh, and Corresponding Member of the Royal Institute of France. Volume 1 (1834)

14            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 3 (Antiquitates Apostolicae: or, The Lives, Acts, and Martyrdoms of the Holy Apostles of Our Savior. To which are Added, Lives of the Two Evangelists, St. Mark and St. Luke. As also, a Brief Enumeration and Account of the Apostles and their Successors for the First Three Hundred Years, in the Five Great Apostolic Churches. With the Lives of St. Clemens, St. Ignatius, and St. Polycarp. By William Cave, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the Second. With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 2.) (1834)

15            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A.  Volume 4 (Spiritual Perfection, Unfolded and Enforced: From II Cor. 7:1. By William Bates, D.D. Some Time Chaplain to King Charles the Second, and Vicar of St. Dunstan’s in the West; Afterwards Pastor of a Church at Hackney. With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. J. Pye Smith, D.D.) (1834)

16            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 5 (Treatises, Devotional and Practical: Viz. Heaven Upon Earth; The Christian; The Devout Soul; Select Thoughts; Meditation on the Love of Christ; and the Soul’s Farewell to Earth: Selected from the Works of Joseph Hall, D.D. Chaplain to King James I; Bishop of Norwich, Etc. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D.) (1834)

17            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 6 (Dying Thoughts: Upon Philippians 1:23. “For I am in a Strait Betwixt Two, having a Desire to Depart, and to be with Christ, which is far Better.” By Richard Baxter. Written for his own use in the Latter Times of his Corporal Pains and Weakness. With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A.) (1834)

18            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 7 (Select Sermons: Viz. The Miracles of the Divine Mercy; Of the Spirit of Grace; The Deceitfulness of the Heart; The Marriage Ring; The Righteousness Evangelical Described; The Christian’s Conquest Over the Body of Sin; Fides Formata: or, Faith Working by Love. By Jeremy Taylor, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First, and some time Lord Bishop of Down and Connor. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D.) (1834)

19            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 8 (The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, To the Constitution and Course of Nature. To which are Added, Two Brief Dissertations: I. On Personal Identity. II. On the Nature of Virtue. By Joseph Butler, D.L.C. Late Lord Bishop of Durham. With a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. George Croly, L.L.D.) (1834)

20            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 10 (Private Thoughts Upon Religion and the Christian Life; To which is Added, the Necessity and Advantage of Frequent Communion. In Two Volumes. By William Beveridge, D.D. Lord Bishop of St. Asaph. With Introductory Essays, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 1.) (1834)

21            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 11 (Private Thoughts Upon Religion and the Christian Life; To which is Added, the Necessity and Advantage of Frequent Communion. In Two Volumes. By William Beveridge, D.D. Lord Bishop of St. Asaph. With Introductory Essays, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 2.) (1834)

22            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 12 (Primitive Christianity: or, The Religion of the Ancient Christians in the First Ages of the Gospel. To which are Added, The Lives of Justin Martyr and St. Cyprian. By William Cave, D.D. In Two Volumes. With an Introductory Essay, and Notes, By the Rev. William Trollope, M.A. Vicar of Great Wigston, Leicestershire; and Late One of the Classical Masters of Christ’s Hospital. Volume 1.) (1834)

23            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 13 (Primitive Christianity: or, The Religion of the Ancient Christians in the First Ages of the Gospel. To which are Added, A Historical Account of Paganism Under the First Christian Emperors; and the Lives of Justin Martyr and St. Cyprian. By William Cave, D.D. In Two Volumes. With an Introductory Essay, and Notes, By the Rev. William Trollope, M.A. Vicar of Great Wigston, Leicestershire; and Late One of the Classical Masters of Christ’s Hospital. Volume 2.) (1835)

24            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 14 (Expositions on the Creed, the Lord’s Prayer, and the Ten Commandments; With Two Discourses on Matthew 22:37-39; and Hebrews 8:10. To which are Added, Expository Lectures on Psalm 39. By Robert Leighton, D.D. Archbishop of Glasgow. With an Introductory Essay, by John Pye Smith, D.D.) (1835)

25            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 15 (Sermons on Retirement, Self-Denial, and Resignation, on the Sufferings and Example of Christ, Etc. Particularly Adapted for Christian Consideration During Lent. Selected from the Works of The Most Eminent English Divines. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D.) (1835)

26            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 16 (Sermons on the Resurrection. Particularly Adapted for Christian Consideration During Easter. Selected from the Works of The Most Eminent English Divines. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A.) (1835)

27            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 17 (Fourteen Sermons on the Divinity and Operations of the Holy Spirit. Particularly Adapted for Christian Consideration During Whitsuntide. Selected from the Works of The Most Eminent English Divines. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D.) (1835)

28            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 19 (Christian Philosophy; or, An Attempt to Display, by Internal Testimony, the Evidence and Excellence of Revealed Religion. By Vicesimus Knox, D.D. Late Fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford, and Master of Tunbridge School. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A.) (1835)

29            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 20 (Theological Treatises: Viz. God’s Prescience of the Sins of Men; The Vanity of this Mortal Life; and the Redeemer’s Dominion Over the Invisible World. Selected from the Works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A. With a Memoir of the Author, by Thomas Taylor, Author of ‘The Life of Cowper,’ and ‘Memoirs of Bishop Heber.’) (1835)

30            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 21 (Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century: Including the Whole of Giles Fletcher’s Christ’s Victory and Triumph; With Copious Selections from: Spenser. Davies. Sandys. P. Fletcher. Wither. Bishop King. Quarles. Herbert. And Milton. With an Introductory Essay and Critical Remarks, by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. Volume 1.) (1835)

31            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 22 (The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life, Described in the History of the Life and Death of Our Ever-Blessed Savior, Jesus Christ: With Considerations and Discourses Upon the Several Parts of the Story; and Prayers Fitted to the Several Mysteries. By Jeremy Taylor, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First, and some Time Lord Bishop of Down and Connor. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 1.) (1835)

32            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 23 (The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life, Described in the History of the Life and Death of Our Ever-Blessed Savior, Jesus Christ: With Considerations and Discourses Upon the Several Parts of the Story; and Prayers Fitted to the Several Mysteries. By Jeremy Taylor, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First, and some Time Lord Bishop of Down and Connor. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 2.) (1835)

33            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 24 (The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life, Described in the History of the Life and Death of Our Ever-Blessed Savior, Jesus Christ: With Considerations and Discourses Upon the Several Parts of the Story; and Prayers Fitted to the Several Mysteries. By Jeremy Taylor, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First, and some Time Lord Bishop of Down and Connor. With an Introductory Essay, By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 3.) (1835)

34            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 25 (The Reasonableness of Christianity, as Delivered in the Scriptures. To which are Added, an Essay on the Understanding of St. Paul’s Epistles; and a Discourse on Miracles. By John Locke. With a Biographical Essay, an Appendix, and Notes, by a Layman.) (1836)

35            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 26 (Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century: Consisting of Copious Selections from: Gascoigne. Southwell. Donne. Jonson. Drummond. Heywood. Carew. Habingdon. Crashaw. Cartwright. H. More. Cowley. Vaughan. Norris. J. Mason. Etc. Etc. Etc. With an Introductory Essay and Critical Remarks, by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. Volume 1.) (1836)

36            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 28 (A Commentary on the Book of Psalms, by George Horne, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Norwich. With an Introductory Essay, by James Montgomery, Esq. And a Memoir of the Author, by the Late Rev. William Jones, of Nayland. In Three Volumes. Volume 1.) (1836)

37            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 29 (A Commentary on the Book of Psalms, by George Horne, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Norwich. With an Introductory Essay, by James Montgomery, Esq. And a Memoir of the Author, by the Late Rev. William Jones, of Nayland. In Three Volumes. Volume 2.) (1836)

38            Sacred Classics: or, Cabinet Library of Divinity. Edited by the Rev. Richard Cattermole, B.D. and the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. Volume 30 (A Commentary on the Book of Psalms, by George Horne, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Norwich. With an Introductory Essay, by James Montgomery, Esq. And a Memoir of the Author, by the Late Rev. William Jones, of Nayland. In Three Volumes. Volume 3.) (1836)

39            Sermons on the Resurrection. Particularly Adapted for Christian Consideration during Easter. Selected from the Works of the most Eminent English Divines. (1835)

40            The Athenaeum Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts. From January to December, 1832. (1832)

41            The Christian Graces in Olden Time, A Series of Female Portraits, With Poetical Illustrations. By Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S. (microfilm) (1852)

42            The Christian in Palestine; or, Scenes of Sacred History, Historical and Descriptive. By Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S. Illustrated from Sketches Taken on the Spot, by W. H. Bartlett. (1847)

43            The Complete Poetical Works of John Milton: With Explanatory Notes, and A Life of the Author, by the Rev. Henry Stebbing, A.M. To which is Prefixed, Dr. Channing’s Essay on the Poetical Genius of Milton. (1855)

44            The Complete Poetical Works of William Cowper, Esq., Including the Hymns and Translations from Madame Guion, Milton, Etc., and Adam; A Sacred Drama; From the Italian of Gio. Battista Andreini. With a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev, Henry Stebbing, A.M. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1852)

45            The Entire Works of John Bunyan, Author of “The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Edited, with Original Introductions, Notes, and Memoir of the Author, by  Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S., Rector of St. Mary Somerset with St. Mary Mounthaw, Upper Thames Street, London. Illustrated with Engravings on Steel and Wood. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1863)

46            The Entire Works of John Bunyan, Author of “The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Edited, with Original Introductions, Notes, and Memoir of the Author, by  Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S., Rector of St. Mary Somerset with St. Mary Mounthaw, Upper Thames Street, London. Illustrated with Engravings on Steel and Wood. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1863)

47            The Entire Works of John Bunyan, Author of “The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Edited, with Original Introductions, Notes, and Memoir of the Author, by  Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S., Rector of St. Mary Somerset with St. Mary Mounthaw, Upper Thames Street, London. Illustrated with Engravings on Steel and Wood. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1863)

48            The Entire Works of John Bunyan, Author of “The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Edited, with Original Introductions, Notes, and Memoir of the Author, by  Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S., Rector of St. Mary Somerset with St. Mary Mounthaw, Upper Thames Street, London. Illustrated with Engravings on Steel and Wood. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1863)

49            The History of Chivalry and the Crusades. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A., M.R.S.L. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1830)

50            The History of Chivalry and the Crusades. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A., M.R.S.L. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1830)

51            The History of the Church of Christ. Volume the First. Containing the Three First Centuries. By Joseph Milner 1744-1797, M.A. Late Master of the Grammar School in Kingston Upon Hull. First American Edition. (1809)

52            The History of the Church of Christ. Volume the Second. Containing the Fourth and Fifth Centuries. By Joseph Milner 1744-1797, M.A. Late Master of the Grammar School in Kingston Upon Hull. First American Edition. (1809)

53            The History of the Church of Christ. Volume the Third. Containing the Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Centuries. To which is Added, The History of the Waldenses to the Reformation. By Joseph Milner 1744-1797, M.A. Late Master of the Grammar School in Kingston Upon Hull. First American Edition. (1809)

54            The Life and Times of John Calvin, the Great Reformer. Translated from the German of Paul Henry, D.D., Minister and Seminary-Inspector in Berlin. By Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1852) (Author: Henry, Paul Emil, 1792-1853; Stebbing, Henry, 1799-1883, tr)

55            The Life and Times of John Calvin, the Great Reformer. Translated from the German of Paul Henry, D.D., Minister and Seminary-Inspector in Berlin. By Henry Stebbing, D.D., F.R.S. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1851) (Author: Henry, Paul Emil, 1792-1853; Stebbing, Henry, 1799-1883, tr)

56            The Minstrel of the Glen: And Other Poems. By Henry Stebbing. (1818)

57            The Pictorial Edition of the Book of Common Prayer, According to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland. Together with The Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. Illustrated with Many Hundred Wood-Cuts. To which are Added, Original Notes, and an Introductory History of the Liturgy. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A., Minister of St. James’s Episcopal Chapel, Hampstead Road. (1838)

58            The Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe: With 23 Plates, and a Life of the Author, Daniel Defoe, by the Rev. Henry Stebbing, M.A. (1838)

 



Stephens, Edward (?-1706)

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1               A Collection of Modern Relations of Matter of Fact, concerning Witches and Witchcraft upon the Persons of People. To which is Prefixed, a Meditation concerning the Mercy of God, in Preserving us from the Malice and Power of Evil Angels. Written by the Late Lord Chief Justice Hale, Upon Occasion of a Trial of Several Witches Before him. Part 1. (1693)

 



Stephens, William (?-1737)

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1               Sermons on Several Subjects. By William Stephens, M.A. Sometime Fellow of Exeter College in Oxford, and Late Vicar of St. Andrew’s in Plymouth. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1737)

2               Sermons on Several Subjects. By William Stephens, M.A. Sometime Fellow of Exeter College in Oxford, and Late Vicar of St. Andrew’s in Plymouth. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1737)

 


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1          The Bible: Translated According to the Hebrew and Greek, and Conferred with the best Translations in Divers Languages. (1594) (Commonly referred to as the "Breeches Bible." In copy 2, the New Testament title is erroneously dated 1495 With copy 2 is bound: The whole book of Psalms : collected into English meter / by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others.) (Author: Sternhold, Thomas, d. 1549; Hopkins, John)

 

2               The Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre, by Thomas Sternhold (Courtier and Principal Author of the First English Metrical Version of the Psalms), John Hopkins, and Others: Conferred with the Hebrew, with Apt Notes to Sing them withal. Set Forth and Allowed to be Sung in All Churches, of All the People Together Before and After Morning and Evening Prayer: As also Before and After Sermons, and Moreover in Private Houses, for their Godly Solace and Comfort, Laying Apart All Ungodly Songs and Ballads, which Tend only to the Nourishment of Vice, and Corruption of Youth. (1640)

3               The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre, by Thomas Sternhold (Courtier and Principal Author of the First English Metrical Version of the Psalms), John Hopkins, and Others: Conferred with the Hebrew, with Apt Notes to Sing them withal. Set Forth and Allowed to be Sung in All Churches, of All the People Together Before and After Morning and Evening Prayer: As also Before and After Sermons, and Moreover in Private Houses, for their Godly Solace and Comfort, Laying Apart All Ungodly Songs and Ballads, which Tend only to the Nourishment of Vice, and Corruption of Youth. (1705)

 


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1               A New Translation of Stock's Lucian. (1818)

2               A Reply to the Rev. Dr. Campbell's Vindication of the Principles and Character of the Presbyterians of Ireland. In which the Question is Discussed, Whether our Political Constitution Might be Improved, by Substituting, in  Place of the Present Ecclesiastical Establishment of England and Ireland, Either the Presbyterian or Independent Model of Church Polity. By Joseph Stock, D.D. Late Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. (1787)

3               An Account of the Life of George Berkeley, D.D., Late Bishop of Cloyne in Ireland. With Notes, Containing Strictures on his Works. The Second Edition.(1777)

4               Memoirs of George Berkley, D.D., Late Bishop of Cloyne in Ireland. The Second Edition, with Improvements. (1784)

5               The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne. Including his Letters to Thomas Prior, Esq., Dean Gervais, Mr. Pope, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed an Account of his Life. In this Third Edition the Latin Essays are Rendered into English, and the “Introduction to Human Knowledge” Annotated, by the Rev. George Newenham Wright (1790-1877), M.A. Editor of the Works of Reid and Stewart. In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1843)

6               The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne. Including his Letters to Thomas Prior, Esq., Dean Gervais, Mr. Pope, Etc. Etc. To which is Prefixed an Account of his Life. In this Third Edition the Latin Essays are Rendered into English, and the “Introduction to Human Knowledge” Annotated, by the Rev. George Newenham Wright (1790-1877), M.A. Editor of the Works of Reid and Stewart. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1843)

 


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1               The Works of John Strype Volume 1 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 1. Part 1.) (1824)

2               The Works of John Strype Volume 2 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 1. Part 2.) (1824)

3               The Works of John Strype Volume 3 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 2. Part 1.) (1824)

4               The Works of John Strype Volume 4 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 2. Part 2.) (1824)

5               The Works of John Strype Volume 5 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 3. Part 1.) (1824)

6               The Works of John Strype Volume 6 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 3. Part 2.) (1824)

7               The Works of John Strype Volume 7 (The Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various Occurrences in the Church of England, During Queen Elizabeth’s Happy Reign: Together with an Appendix of Original Papers of State, Records, and Letters. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition Volume 4.) (1824)

8               The Works of John Strype Volume 8 (Historical Collections of the Life and Acts of the Right Reverend, John Aylmer, Lord Bishop of London in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. Wherein are Explained, Many Transactions of the Church of England; and what Methods were then Taken to Preserve it, with Respect both to the Papist and Puritan. By John Strype. A New Edition.) (1821)

9               The Works of John Strype Volume 9 (The Life of the Learned Sir John Cheke, Knight, First Instructor, Afterwards Secretary of State, to King Edward VI. One of the Great Restorers of Good Learning and True Religion in this Kingdom. A Work wherein Many Remarkable Points of History, Relating to the State of Learning and Religion in the Times of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I, are Brought to Light. To which are Added, A Treatise of Superstition, Writ by the said Learned Knight. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition, Corrected by the Author.) (1821)

10            The Works of John Strype Volume 10 (Ecclesiastical  Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, And the Emergencies of the Church of England, Under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I. With Large Appendixes, Containing Original Papers, Records, Etc. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1. Part 1.) (1822)

11            The Works of John Strype Volume 11 (Ecclesiastical  Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, And the Emergencies of the Church of England, Under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I. With Large Appendixes, Containing Original Papers, Records, Etc. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1. Part 2.) (1822)

12            The Works of John Strype Volume 12 (Ecclesiastical  Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, And the Emergencies of the Church of England, Under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I. With Large Appendixes, Containing Original Papers, Records, Etc. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2. Part 1.) (1824)

13            The Works of John Strype Volume 13 (Ecclesiastical  Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, And the Emergencies of the Church of England, Under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I. With Large Appendixes, Containing Original Papers, Records, Etc. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2. Part 2.) (1822)

14            The Works of John Strype Volume 14 (Ecclesiastical  Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, And the Emergencies of the Church of England, Under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I. With Large Appendixes, Containing Original Papers, Records, Etc. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3. Part 1.) (1822)

15            The Works of John Strype Volume 15 (Ecclesiastical  Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, And the Emergencies of the Church of England, Under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I. With Large Appendixes, Containing Original Papers, Records, Etc. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3. Part 2.) (1822)

16            The Works of John Strype Volume 16 (Memorials of the Most Reverend Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord Bishop of Canterbury. Wherein, the History of the Church, and the Reformation of it, During the Primacy of the said Bishop, are Greatly Illustrated; and Many Singular Matters Relating Thereunto, now First Published (1694). In Three Books. Collected Chiefly from Records, Registers, Authentic Letters, and Other Original Manuscripts. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1. [Book 1 and the Appendix to Book 1].) (1848)

17            The Works of John Strype Volume 17 (Memorials of the Most Reverend Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord Bishop of Canterbury. Wherein, the History of the Church, and the Reformation of it, During the Primacy of the said Bishop, are Greatly Illustrated; and Many Singular Matters Relating Thereunto, now First Published (1694). In Three Books. Collected Chiefly from Records, Registers, Authentic Letters, and Other Original Manuscripts. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2. [Book 2 and the Appendix to Book 2].) (1848)

18            The Works of John Strype Volume 18 (Memorials of the Most Reverend Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord Bishop of Canterbury. Wherein, the History of the Church, and the Reformation of it, During the Primacy of the said Bishop, are Greatly Illustrated; and Many Singular Matters Relating Thereunto, now First Published (1694). In Three Books. Collected Chiefly from Records, Registers, Authentic Letters, and Other Original Manuscripts. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3 Part 1. [Book 3].) (1854)

19            The Works of John Strype Volume 19 (Memorials of the Most Reverend Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord Bishop of Canterbury. Wherein, the History of the Church, and the Reformation of it, During the Primacy of the said Bishop, are Greatly Illustrated; and Many Singular Matters Relating Thereunto, now First Published (1694). In Three Books. Collected Chiefly from Records, Registers, Authentic Letters, and Other Original Manuscripts. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3 Part 2. [Supplement to Appendix to Book 2, The Appendix to Book 3, and Addenda].) (1854)

20            The Works of John Strype Volume 20 (The History of the Life and Acts of the Most Reverend, Edmund Grindal, The First Bishop of London, and the Second Archbishop of York and Canterbury Successively, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix of Original Manuscripts, Faithfully Transcribed Out of the Best Archives; Whereunto Reference is made in the History. In Two Books. By John Strype, M. A.[Book 1 and Book 2].) (1821)

21            The Works of John Strype Volume 21 (The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, and Other Papers, for the Asserting or Illustrating the Foregoing History. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1.[Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3].) (1821)

22            The Works of John Strype Volume 22 (The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, and Other Papers, for the Asserting or Illustrating the Foregoing History. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2.[Book 4 together with Observations Upon this Archbishop in Four Sections].) (1821)

23            The Works of John Strype Volume 23 (The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, and Other Papers, for the Asserting or Illustrating the Foregoing History. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3. [An Appendix to the Life and Acts of Archbishop Parker].) (1821)

24            The Works of John Strype Volume 24 (The Life of the Learned Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, D.L.C. Principal Secretary of State to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen Elizabeth. Wherein are Discovered, Many Singular Matters Relating to the State of Learning, the Reformation of Religion, and the Transactions of the Kingdom, During his Time. In All which he had a Great and Happy Influence. By John Strype, M.A. A New Edition, with Corrections and Additions by the Author.) (1820)

25            The Works of John Strype Volume 25 (The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. The Third and Last Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. The Whole Digested, Compiled, and Attested from Records, Registers, Original Letters, and Other Authentic Manuscripts Taken from the Choicest Libraries and Collections of the Kingdom. Together with a Large Appendix of the said Papers. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1.[Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3].) (1822)

26            The Works of John Strype Volume 26 (The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. The Third and Last Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. The Whole Digested, Compiled, and Attested from Records, Registers, Original Letters, and Other Authentic Manuscripts Taken from the Choicest Libraries and Collections of the Kingdom. Together with a Large Appendix of the said Papers. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2.[Book 4].) (1822)

27            The Works of John Strype Volume 27 (The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. The Third and Last Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. The Whole Digested, Compiled, and Attested from Records, Registers, Original Letters, and Other Authentic Manuscripts Taken from the Choicest Libraries and Collections of the Kingdom. Together with a Large Appendix of the said Papers. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3.[An Appendix to the Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. Containing Records, Letters, and other Original Writings, referred to in the Foregoing History].) (1822)

28            The Works of John Strype Volume 28 (A General Index to the Historical and Biographical Works of John Strype, M.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 1.) (1828)

29            The Works of John Strype Volume 29 (A General Index to the Historical and Biographical Works  of John Strype, M.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 2.) (1828)

 


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1               A Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Winchester at his Fourth Visitation in September, 1841. (1842)

2               A Treatise on Christian Doctrine, Compiled from the Holy Scriptures Alone; by John Milton (1608-1674). Translated from the Original by Charles R. Sumner, M.A. Librarian and Historiographer to His Majesty, and Prebendary of Canterbury. (1825)

3               Inaugural Address of the Bishop of Winchester to the General Association of Church School Managers and Teachers: At their First Congress, held at King’s College, London, on June 21, 1873. (1873)

4               Life of Charles Richard Sumner, D.D. Bishop of Winchester, and Prelate of the most Noble Order of the Garter, During a Forty Years' Episcopate. By the Rev. George Henry Sumner, M.A., Hon. Canon of Winchester, and Rector of Old Alresford, Hants. With a Portrait. (1876)

 


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1               Jonathan Swift: A Novel in Three Volumes. Volume 1. (1884)

2               Jonathan Swift: A Novel in Three Volumes. Volume 2. (1884)

3               Jonathan Swift: A Novel in Three Volumes. Volume 3. (1884)

4               The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 1 (1801) (v.1. Life of Doctor Swift [by Sheridan.])

5               The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 2 (1801) (v.2. A tale of a tub. The battle of the books [and essays.])

6               The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 3 (1801) (v.3. The Examiner [and political tracts.])

7               The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 4 (1801) (v.4. History of Queen Anne.)

8               The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 5 (1801) (v.5. Miscellaneous pieces.)

9               The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 6 (1801) (v.6. Gulliver's travels.)

10            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 7 (1801) (v.7. Poems.)

11            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 8 (1801) (v.8. Poems, Polite conversation, etc.)

12            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 9 (1801) (v.9. Drapier's letters [etc.])

13            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 10 (1801) (v.10. Sermons. Memoirs of Captain John Creichton.)

14            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 11 (1801) (v.11-15. Letters.)

15            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 12 (1801) (v.11-15. Letters.)

16            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 13 (1801) (v.11-15. Letters.)

17            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 14 (1801) (v.11-15. Letters.)

18            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 15 (1801) (v.11-15. Letters.)

19            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 16 (1801) (v.16. Directions to servants [and miscellany.])

20            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 17 (1801) (v.17. History of John Bull. Essays. Poetry.)

21            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 18 (1801) (v.18-19. Letters, Index.)

22            The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift Volume 19 (1801) (v.18-19. Letters, Index.)

 


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1               A Treatise of Testaments and Last Wills, Compiled out of the Laws Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Canon; as also out of the Common Law, Customs and Statutes of this Realm. The Whole Digested in Seven Parts, Viz. I. What a Testament or Last Will is, and how Many Kinds of Testaments there be. II. What Persons May make a Testament, and who may not. III. Describing what Things, and how much may be Disposed by Will. IV. Deciphering the Forms, and in what Manner Testaments or Last Wills are to be Made. V. What Person may be Executor of a Testament, or is Capable of a Legacy. VI. Of the Office of an Executor, and of the Several Kinds of Executors. VII. Showing by what Means Testaments or Last Wills Become Void. By Henry Swinburne, Judge of the Prerogative Court of York. The Seventh Edition, Corrected and Very Much Enlarged, with an Appendix, Containing All the Statutes to the 32nd Geo. III. Inclusive; and, also, All Decrees in Chancery, and Resolutions of Common Law; Relating to the Subject, which have been Published Since the last Edition, with an Exact table to the Whole, and a True Copy of the Will of the Late Duchess of Marlborough. (1728)

 


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1               A Defense of the Established Church and Laws, In Answer to a Book, Entitled 'A Vindication of Marriage, as Solemnized by Presbyterians in the North of Ireland.' (1705)

2               A Gentleman's Religion: In Three Parts. The First Contains the Principles of Natural Religion; The Second and Third, The Doctrines of Christianity, Both as to Faith & Practice. With an Appendix, Wherein it is Proved, That Nothing Contrary to our Reason can Possibly be the Object of our Belief: But that it is no Just Exception Against some of the Doctrines of Christianity, that they are Above Reason. The Sixth Edition. (1737)

3               An Answer to All the Excuses and Pretenses which men Ordinarily make for their not coming to the Holy Communion. To which is Added, A Brief Account of the End and Design of the Holy Communion, the Obligation to Receive it, the Way to Prepare for it, and the Behavior of Ourselves Both at and After it. With Prayers and Meditations Suitable to the Occasion, Fitted for Every Capacity, and very Proper to be Given away by such as are Charitably Inclined. By the Most Reverend Edward Synge, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Tuam. A New Edition. (1829)

4               Moral and Religious Instructions, Intended for Apprentices, and also for the Parish Poor; with Prayers from the Liturgy, and Others, Adapted to Private Life. To which is Added, The Right Reverend Dr. Synge’s ‘Knowledge of the Christian Religion’ made easy to the Meanest Capacity; And an Abstract of the Excuses for Neglecting the Sacrament Answered; Collected, Etc. by J. H. Esq. (1767) (Author: Jonas Hanway, Edward Synge)

5               The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge, Late Lord Archbishop of Tuam in Ireland.  In Four Volumes. (I. A Help to the Devout Performance of Private Prayer. II. Plain Instructions for the Young and Ignorant Comprised in a Short and Easy Exposition of the Church Catechism. III. Some Short and Plain Directions for Spending One Day Well, by which (If Every Day Carefully Observed) a man may be Much Enabled (Through God’s Grace) to spend his Whole Life Well. IV. An Answer to All the Excuses and Pretences, which men Ordinarily make for their not coming to the Holy Communion: To which is Added, a Brief Account of the End and Design of the Holy Communion, the Obligation to Receive it, the Way to Prepare for it, and the Behavior of Ourselves Both at and After it. V. The Way to Eternal Salvation Plainly Pointed Out. VI. A Persuasive to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, in a Letter to a Sober Gentleman of the Church of Rome. VII. An Essay on Foolish Questions, Another on Contending for the Faith, Being the Substance of Two Visitation Sermons. IX. Eternal Salvation the Only End and Design of Religion. X. Divine Authority of Church Government and Episcopacy Stated and Asserted Upon Principles Common to All Christians. XI. A Sermon before the House of Commons at Dublin, on October 23, 1711.) Volume 1 (1744)

6               The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge, Late Lord Archbishop of Tuam in Ireland.  In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (I. A Gentleman’s Religion in Three Parts: The First Contains the Principles of Natural Religion; The Second and Third, The Doctrines of Christianity, Both as to Faith & Practice. With an Appendix, Wherein it is Proved, That Nothing Contrary to our Reason can possibly be the Object of our Belief: But that it is no Just Exception Against some of the Doctrines of Christianity, that they are Above Reason. II. An Essay Towards making the Knowledge of Religion Easy to the Meanest Capacity: Being a Short and Plain Account of the Doctrines and Rules of Christianity. III. A Plain and Easy Method whereby a man of Moderate Capacity may Arrive at full Satisfaction in All Things that Concern his Everlasting Salvation: To which is Added a Paraphrase on St. Athanasius’s Creed. IV. The Rule of Self-Examination. or, The Only Way of Banishing Doubts and Scruples, and Directing the Conscience to the Satisfactory Practice of All Christian Duties. V. The True Nature of an Oath; a Letter to a Sober Quaker Concerning his Solemn Affirmation.) (1744)

7               The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge, Late Lord Archbishop of Tuam in Ireland.  In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (I. Free-Thinking in Matters of Religion Stated and Recommended. II. Catholic Christianity. Or, An Essay towards Lessening the Number of Controversies among Christians. III. A Brief Discourse of the Fundamentals of Christianity, and the use that is to be made of them. With an Appendix, in which, from the Principles Laid down or Suggested in the Discourse, an Answer is Given to Three Important Questions, the Determination whereof would Much Conduce to the Restoration of Communion Between Different Churches. IV. The Authority of the Church in Matters of Religion. V. The Wisdom of Being Religious. VI. A Charitable Address to All who are of the Communion of the Church of Rome. VII. An Answer to Two Objections made Against the Charitable Address, to All who are of the Communion of the Church of Rome. VIII. Honesty the Best Policy: An Essay Concerning the True Way of Rendering a Nation Happy, and its Government Firm and Lasting.) (1744)

8               The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge, Late Lord Archbishop of Tuam in Ireland.  In Four Volumes. Volume 4(I. Religion tried by the Test of Sober and Impartial Reason. II. St. Paul’s Description of his own Religion, Opened and Explained. III. The True Churchman set in a Just and Clear Light: or, An Essay towards the Right Character of a Faithful son of the Established Church. IV. An Abstract of the Church Catechism, Briefly Containing the Substance of All that is Necessary to Salvation. V. Advice to a Young Divine, Concerning Preaching. VI. A Sincere Christian and Convert from the Church of Rome Exemplified in the Life of Daniel Herly, a Poor Irish Peasant. VII. Sober Thoughts for the Cure of Melancholy, Especially that which is Religious. VIII. A Discourse of Confirmation, Containing Proper Instructions for such as are to be Confirmed; Humbly Offered to the Consideration of All Parents and Others who have the Care of Educating Youth. IX. Two Tracts: The One, Directions to the Sober Christian for the Acceptable Offering up the Lord’s Prayer to God in his Private Devotions; The Other, Sober Thoughts on the Doctrine of Predestination. X. The Root and Spring of True Virtue and Piety, a Sermon Preached at Tuam, much Enlarged.) (1744)

9               Universal Beneficence. A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of St. Luke, Dublin. On Sunday, March 19, 1720 or 1721. Upon Occasion of making Collections for the Relief of the Poor Manufacturers Belonging to the Weaving Trade. By Edward, Lord Archbishop of Tuam. Published at the Request of the Corporation of Weavers. (1721)

 



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1               Loyalty to His Majesty King George, Recommended in Eight Sermons Upon the Following Subjects: I. The Advantages Designed for Mankind by the Christian Religion. II. A Serious Admonition to the Members of the Church of England, Deduced from God’s Dealings with His People Israel. III. The Fatal Consequences of Over-Much Wickedness; Preached upon the Execution of some Gentlemen Concerned in the Late Rebellion. IV. God the Author of Peace, and Wicked men the Authors of Confusion. V. A Thanksgiving Sermon for the Quashing the Late Unnatural Rebellion. VI. On His Majesty’s Happy Accession to the Throne. VII. Seasonable Advice to Seditious Mal-Contents. VIII. The Advantages of Good Government, and the Blessings we Derive from the Happy Revolution. Published for the Benefit of Unhappy Youths, and Other Inconsiderate Persons, who are Drawn from their Allegiance by the Artful Delusions of Ill-Designing men, Enemies to our Happy Establishment both in Church and State. By Richard Synge, Chaplain at Somerset-House. (1720)

 


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