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Anglican Beliefs T continues our Online Christian Library with links to works from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries and includes works from such writers as Thomas Tenison, Gabriel Towerson, and Jeremy Taylor.


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1               Bishop Jeremy Taylor, his Predecessors, Contemporaries, and Successors: A Biography. (1848) (Author: Willmott, Robert Aris, 1809-1863)

2               English Men of Letters Jeremy Taylor. By Edmund Gosse 1849-1928. (1904)

3               Jeremy Taylor: A Sketch of his Life and Times: With a Popular Exposition of his Works. (1904) (Author: Worley, George)

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

5               The Life of the Right Reverend Father in God, Jeremy Taylor, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles I, and Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore. (1815) (Author: Henry Kaye Bonney)

6               The Life of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore, with a Critical Examination of his writings. (1832) (Author: Heber, Reginald, Bp. of Calcutta, 1783-1826. [from old catalog])

7               The Whole Sermons of Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of Down and Connor, and Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First. And the Rules and Exercises of Holy Living and Holy Dying. With a Biographical Memoir. (I. Biographical Memoir of Taylor. II. Sermons, Part 1. Twenty Seven Sermons for the Summer Half Year. III. Sermons, Part 2. Twenty-Five Sermons for the Winter Half Year. IV. Sermons, Part 3. Miscellaneous Sermons. V. The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living. VI. The Rules and Exercises of Holy Dying.) (1874)

8               The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, A.M. Cannon of St. Asaph, Rector of Hodnet, and Late Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 1 ((I. The Life of the Author Including n Essay on the Genius and Writings of Jeremy Taylor. II. Jeremy Taylor’s Funeral Sermon Preached by George Rust, D.D. Lord Bishop of Dromore. III. Correspondence with Mr. Henry Jeanes. IV. Christian Consolations. V. Indexes.) (1822)

9               The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 2. (I. The Life of Our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Part 1. Birth to Temptation. Part 2. Beginning of Public Ministry Through First Year of Jesus’ Preaching. Discourse I-IX.) (1839)

10            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 3. (I. The Life of Our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Part 2. Beginning of Public Ministry Through First Year of Jesus’ Preaching. Discourse X-XIV. Part 3. The Second Year of Jesus’ Preaching Through Death and Resurrection. II. Contemplations of the State of Man.) (1839)

11            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, A.M. Cannon of St. Asaph, Rector of Hodnet, and Late Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 4 (I. The Rules and Exercises of Holy Living. II. The Rules and Exercises of Holy Dying.) (1822)

12            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 5. (I. Twenty-Five Sermons for the Winter Half Year, Preached at Golden Grove. II. Thirteen of Twenty-Seven Sermons for the Summer Half Year, Preached at Golden Grove. II. ) (1822)

13            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, A.M. Cannon of St. Asaph, Rector of Hodnet, and Late Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 6 (I. Fourteen of Twenty-Seven Sermons for the Summer Half Year, Preached at Golden Grove. II.A Supplement to the Course of Sermons for the Whole Year: Being Twelve Sermons.) (1822)

14            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 7. (I. Of the Sacred Order and Offices of Episcopacy, by Divine Institution, Apostolical Tradition, and Catholic Practice. II. An Apology for Authorized and Set Forms of Liturgy. III. A Discourse on the Liberty of Prophesying with its Just Limits and Temper. Sections 1-3.) (1839)

15            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 8. (I. A Discourse on the Liberty of Prophesying with its Just Limits and Temper. Sections 4-22. II. The Doctrine and Practice of Repentance. Chapters 1 – Chapter 5.) (1839)

16            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, A.M. Cannon of St. Asaph, Rector of Hodnet, and Late Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 9 (I. The Doctrine and Practice of Repentance. Chapters 6 – 10. II. A Vindication of the Glory of the Divine Attributes in the Question of Original Sin. III. Of the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Sacrament. Sections 1 – 9.) (1822)

17            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 10. (III. Of the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Sacrament. Sections 10 – 13. II. Dissuasive from Popery. Part I – Part 2 Book 1 Section 9.) (1839)

18            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 11. (I. Dissuasive from Popery. Part 2 Book 1 Section 10 – Book 2 Section 7. II. Letters. III. A Discourse of Confirmation. IV. A Discourse of the Nature, Offices, and Measures of Friendship, With Rules of Conducing to it, In a Letter to the Most Ingenious and Excellent Mrs. Katharine Philips. V. The Rule of Conscience. Book 1. Of Conscience, the Kinds of it, and the General Rules of Conducting them. Chapter 1. The Rule of Conscience in General. Chapter 2. Of the Right of Sure Conscience.) (1839)

19            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 12. (The Rule of Conscience. Book 1. Of Conscience, the Kinds of it, and the General Rules of Conducting them. Chapter 3. Of the Confident or Erroneous Conscience. Chapter 4. Of the Probable or Thinking Conscience. Chapter 5. Of a Doubtful Conscience. Chapter 6. Of the Scrupulous Conscience. Book 2. The Laws Divine, and All Collateral Obligations. Chapter 1. Of the Law of Nature in General. Chapter 2. Of the Law of Nature, or of All Mankind, as it is Commanded, Digested, and Perfected, by Our Supreme Lawgiver, Jesus Christ, Viz. Of the Christian Law, The Great Rule of Conscience. Chapter 3. Of the Interpretation and Obligation of the Laws of Jesus Christ. Rules 1 – 5.) (1839)

20            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 13. (I. The Rule of Conscience. Book 2. The Laws Divine, and All Collateral Obligations. Chapter 3. Of the Interpretation and Obligation of the Laws of Jesus Christ. Rules 6 – 20. Book 3, Of Human Laws, Their Obligation and Relaxation; and of the Collateral, Indirect, and Accidental Bands of Conscience. Chapter 1. Of Human Laws in General; and what Obligation they Pass Upon the Conscience. Chapter 2. Of Laws Penal and Tributary. Chapter 3. Of Kings, Princes, and All Supreme Civil Powers, and their Laws in Special. Chapter 4. Of the Power of the Church in Cannons and Censures, with their Obligations and Powers over the Conscience. Rules 1 – 8.) (1839)

21            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 14. (I. The Rule of Conscience. Book 3, Of Human Laws, Their Obligation and Relaxation; and of the Collateral, Indirect, and Accidental Bands of Conscience. Chapter 4. Of the Power of the Church in Cannons and Censures, with their Obligations and Powers over the Conscience. Rules 9 – 23. Chapter 5. Of Laws Domestic; or the Power which Fathers of Families have to Bind the Consciences of their Relatives. Chapter 6. Of the Interpretation, Diminution, and Abrogation of Human Laws. Book 4. Of the Nature and Causes of Good and Evil, their Limits and Circumstances, their Aggravations and Diminutions. Chapter 1. Of the Efficient Causes of All Human Actions, Good and Evil. Chapter 2. Of the Final Cause of Human Actions; and its Influence or Causality of Good and Evil. II. A Discourse of the Divine Institution, Necessity, Sacredness, and Separation, of the Office Ministerial; Together with the Nature and Manner of its Power and Operation: Written by the Special Command of King Charles the First. III. Rules and Advices to the Clergy of the Diocese of Down and Connor.) (1839)

22            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. Third Edition of the Collected Works. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 15. (I. The Golden Grove. II. The Psalter of David. III. A Collection of Offices. IV. The Worthy Communicant.) (1839)

23            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With an Essay, Biographical and Critical. In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (I. The Life of the Author Including n Essay on the Genius and Writings of Jeremy Taylor. II. Jeremy Taylor’s Funeral Sermon Preached by George Rust, D.D. Lord Bishop of Dromore. III. Christian Consolations. IV. The Life of Our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Part 1. Birth to Temptation. Part 2. Beginning of Public Ministry Through First Year of Jesus’ Preaching. Part 3. The Second Year of Jesus’ Preaching Through Death and Resurrection. V. Contemplations of the State of Man. VI. The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living. VII. The Rules and Exercises of Holy Dying. VIII. Twenty-Five Sermons for the Winter Half Year, Preached at Golden Grove. IX. Twenty-Seven Sermons for the Summer Half Year, Preached at Golden Grove.) (1835)

24            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With an Essay, Biographical and Critical. In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (I. A Supplement to the Course of Sermons for the Whole Year: Being Eleven Sermons. II. Of the Sacred Order and Offices of Episcopacy, by Divine Institution, Apostolical Tradition, and Catholic Practice. III. An Apology for Authorized and Set Forms of Liturgy. IV. A Discourse on the Liberty of Prophesying with its Just Limits and Temper. V. The Doctrine and Practice of Repentance. VI. A Vindication of the Glory of the Divine Attributes in the Question of Original Sin. VII. Of the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Sacrament. VIII. Dissuasive from Popery. IX. Letters) (1835)

25            The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore: With an Essay, Biographical and Critical. In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (I. A Discourse of Confirmation. II. A Discourse of the Nature, Offices, and Measures of Friendship, With Rules of Conducing to it, In a Letter to the Most Ingenious and Excellent Mrs. Katharine Philips. III. The Rule of Conscience. Book 1. Of Conscience, the Kinds of it, and the General Rules of Conducting them. Chapter 1. The Rule of Conscience in General. Chapter 2. Of the Right of Sure Conscience. Chapter 3. Of the Confident or Erroneous Conscience. Chapter 4. Of the Probable or Thinking Conscience. Chapter 5. Of a Doubtful Conscience. Chapter 6. Of the Scrupulous Conscience. Book 2. The Laws Divine, and All Collateral Obligations. Chapter 1. Of the Law of Nature in General. Chapter 2. Of the Law of Nature, or of All Mankind, as it is Commanded, Digested, and Perfected, by Our Supreme Lawgiver, Jesus Christ, Viz. Of the Christian Law, The Great Rule of Conscience. Chapter Three. Of the Interpretation and Obligation of the Laws of Jesus Christ. Book 3, Of Human Laws, Their Obligation and Relaxation; and of the Collateral, Indirect, and Accidental Bands of Conscience. Chapter 1. Of Human Laws in General; and what Obligation they Pass Upon the Conscience. Chapter 2. Of Laws Penal and Tributary. Chapter 3. Of Kings, Princes, and All Supreme Civil Powers, and their Laws in Special. Chapter 4. Of the Power of the Church in Cannons and Censures, with their Obligations and Powers over the Conscience. Chapter 5. Of Laws Domestic; or the Power which Fathers of Families have to Bind the Consciences of their Relatives. Chapter 6. Of the Interpretation, Diminution, and Abrogation of Human Laws. Book 4. Of the Nature and Causes of Good and Evil, their Limits and Circumstances, their Aggravations and Diminutions. Chapter 1. Of the Efficient Causes of All Human Actions, Good and Evil. Chapter 2. Of the Final Cause of Human Actions; and its Influence or Causality of Good and Evil. IV. A Discourse of the Divine Institution, Necessity, Sacredness, and Separation, of the Office Ministerial; Together with the Nature and Manner of its Power and Operation: Written by the Special Command of King Charles the First. V. Rules and Advices to the Clergy of the Diocese of Down and Connor. VI. The Golden Grove. VII. The Psalter of David. VIII. A Collection of Offices. IX. The Worthy Communicant.) (1835)





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1               Sermons by the Rev. Thomas House Taylor, D.D., for Many Years Rector of Grace Church, New York. With a Portrait from a Painting by Elliott. (1869)

2               The Union. A Sermon, Delivered in Grace Church, New York, on the Day of the National Fast, Jan. 4, 1861. By Thomas House Taylor, D.D. Published by Request. (1861)

 


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1               A Defense of Dr. Tenison’s Sermon of Discretion in Giving Alms. (1688) (Author: Williams, John, 1636?-1709 Subject: Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715)

2               A Discourse Concerning a Guide in Matters of Faith; With Respect, Especially, to the Romish Pretence of the Necessity of such a One as is Infallible. (1683)

3               A Discourse Concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission, Opened in the Jerusalem-Chamber, on Oct. 10, 1689. (1689)

4               A Sermon Concerning the Celestial Body of a Christian, After the Resurrection: Preached before the King and Queen at White-Hall, on April 8, 1694. Being Easter-Day. By the Right Reverend, Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Published by Their Majesty’s Special Command. (1694)

5               A Sermon Preached at the Death of Her Late Majesty Queen Mary II, of ever Blessed Memory: In the Abbey-Church in Westminster, on March 5, 1694. (1709) (Author: Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715 Subject: Mary II, Queen of England, 1662-1694)

6               Certain Genuine Remains of Sir Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, and Viscount of St. Albans; In Arguments Civil and Moral, Natural, Medicinal, Theological, and Bibliographical; Now the First Time Faithfully Published. An Account of these Remains, and of All his Lordship’s Other Works, is Given by the Publisher, in a Discourse by way of Introduction. The Second Edition. (1684)

7               Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Most Reverend, Dr. Thomas Tenison, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Wherein are Contained, the Public Benefactions of that Great and good man; from his First Entrance into Holy Orders, till his Departure from this Life, in the Highest Station in the Church of England, as by Law Establishment, at the Archiepiscopal Palace of Lambeth: With an Account of his Exemplary Piety, his Diffusive Charity, from his Birth to his much Lamented Death; Together with his Last Will and Testament, Collated with the Original.

8               Popery Not Founded on Scripture: or, the Texts Which Papists Site out of the Bible, for the Proof of the Points of their Religion, Examined, and Shown to be Alleged Without Ground. Volume 1. (1688) (Author: Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715)

9               Popery Not Founded on Scripture: or, the Texts Which Papists Site out of the Bible, for the Proof of the Points of their Religion, Examined, and Shown to be Alleged Without Ground. Volume 2. With Tables to the Whole. (1689) (Author: Thomas Tenison , William Bramston , Edward Fowler , Samuel Freeman, John Gaskarth, Edward Gee , Richard Kidder , Thomas Lynford, John Patrick, William Payne , Nathaniel Resbury , John Scott, George Tullie, James Williams)

10            The Notes of the Church, as Laid Down by Cardinal Bellarmine, Examined and Confuted, in a Series of Tracts, Written Severally by, I. Archbishop Tenison, II. Bishop Kidder, III. Bishop Patrick, IV. Bishop Williams, V. Bishop Fowler, VI. Bishop Stratford,  VII. Bishop Grove, VIII. Dr. Sherlock, IX. Dr. Clagett, X. Dr. Scott, XI. Dr. Thorpe, XII. Dr. Payne, XIII. Dr. Linford, XIV. Dr. Resbury, XV. Dr. Freeman. (1839)

11            The Present State of the Controversy between the Church of England and the Church of Rome: or, An Account of the Books Written on Both Sides. In a Letter to a Friend. Imprimatur, Guil. Needham, May 7, 1686. (1687)

 


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1               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 1. Part 1 (I. Of the Government of Churches: A Discourse Pointing at the Primitive Form. II. Of Religious Assemblies, and the Public Service of God: A Discourse According to Apostolic Rule and Practice. III. A Discourse of the Right of the Church in a Christian State.) (1844)

2               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 1. Part 2 (I. The Right of the Church in a Christian State.) (1844)

3               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 2. Part 1 (I. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that Divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England; In Three Books: Viz. of I. The Principles of Christian Truth. II. The Covenant of Grace. III. The Laws of the Church. Of The Principles of Christian Truth Being the Substance of this Volume.) (1845)

4               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 2. Part 2 (I. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that Divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England; In Three Books: Viz. of I. The Principles of Christian Truth. II. The Covenant of Grace. III. The Laws of the Church. Of The Principles of Christian Truth Being the Substance of this Volume.) (1846)

5               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 3. Part 1 (I. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that Divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England; In Three Books: Viz. of I. The Principles of Christian Truth. II. The Covenant of Grace. III. The Laws of the Church. Of The Covenant of Grace Being the Substance of this Volume.) (1844)

6               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 3. Part 2 (I. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that Divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England; In Three Books: Viz. of I. The Principles of Christian Truth. II. The Covenant of Grace. III. The Laws of the Church. Of The Covenant of Grace Being the Substance of this Volume.) (1844)

7               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 4. Part 1 (I. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that Divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England; In Three Books: Viz. of I. The Principles of Christian Truth. II. The Covenant of Grace. III. The Laws of the Church. Of The Laws of the Church Being the Substance of this Volume.) (1844)

8               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 4. Part 2 (I. An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of England, being a Necessary Consideration and Brief Resolution of the Chief Controversies in Religion that Divide the Western Church: Occasioned by the Present Calamity of the Church of England; In Three Books: Viz. of I. The Principles of Christian Truth. II. The Covenant of Grace. III. The Laws of the Church. Of The Laws of the Church Being the Substance of this Volume.) (1844)

9               The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 5. (I. A Letter Concerning the Present State of Religion Amongst us: [Under the Act of Establishment, Prosecuted by the Ordinances Constituting the Triers, and Commissioners for Ejecting of Scandalous Ministers.] II. The Due Way of Composing the Differences on Foot, Preserving the Church; According to the Opinion of Herbert Thorndike. III. Just Weights and Measures: that is, The Present State of Religion Weighed in the Balance, and Measured by the Standard of the Sanctuary; According to the Opinion of Herbert Thorndike. IV. The True Principle of Comprehension: or, A Petition Against the Presbyterian Request for a Comprehensive Act, in 1667. V. The Plea of Weakness and Tender Consciences Discussed and Answered: In a Discourse Upon Romans 15:1. VI. A Discourse of the Forbearance or the Penalties which a Due Reformation Requires. VII. The Reformation of the Church of England Better than that of the Council of Trent: or, A Short Resolution of the Controversies Between the Churches of England and Rome. VIII. Mr. Herbert Thorndike’s Judgment of the Church of Rome: [Published After the Writer’s Death by Stillingfleet in his Conferences Between a Romish Priest, a Fanatic Chaplain, and a Divine of the Church of England, Concerning the Idolatry of the Church of Rome].) (1844)

10            The Theological Works of Herbert Thorndike, Sometime Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster. Volume 6. (I. The Church’s Right to Tithes, as Founded in Scripture. II. The Church’s Power of Excommunication, as Found in Scripture. III. The Church’s Legislative Power, as Found in Scripture. IV. The Right of the Christian State in Church-Matters, According to the Scriptures. V. Letters and Papers. VI. Life. VII. Indices.) (1844)

 


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1               A Discourse Against Transubstantiation. (1684)

2               A Letter to a Friend Relating to the Present Convocation at Westminster. (1690) (Author: Prideaux, Humphrey, 1648-1724; Kidder, Richard, 1633-1703; Tillotson, John, 1630-1694)

3               Fair Warnings to a Careless World: or, The Serious Practice of Religion, Recommended by the Admonitions of Dying Men. (1712)

4               Stories of the Wars, 1574-1658, from the Rise of the Dutch Republic to the Death of Oliver Cromwell. (1865)

5               The Life of John Tillotson, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. (1753) (Author: Birch, Thomas, 1705-1766)

6               The Wisdom of Being Religious. (1819)

7               The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 1. (1820)

8               The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 2. (1820)

9               The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 3. (1820)

10            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 4. (1820)

11            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 5. (1820)

12            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 6. (1820)

13            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 7. (1820)

14            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 8. (1820)

15            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 9. (1820)

16            The Works of Doctor John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. In Ten Volumes. Volume 10. (1820)

17            Twenty Discourses on the Most Important Subjects, Calculated for Every Class of Readers. (1820)

 


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1               Of the Sacrament of Baptism, In Pursuance of an Explication of the Catechism of the Church of England. By, Gabriel Towerson, D.D. and Rector of Welwynne in Hartfordshire.(1687)

2               Of the Sacraments in General, In Pursuance of an Explication of the Catechism of the Church of England. By, Gabriel Towerson, D.D. and Rector of Welwynne in Hartfordshire. (1686)

 


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1               Centuries of Meditations. By Thomas Traherne (1636?-1674). Now First Printed from the Author’s Manuscript. Edited by Bertram Dobell. (1908)

2               The Poetical Works of Thomas Traherne, 1636?-1674. From the Original Manuscripts. Edited by Bertram Dobell 1842-1914. With a Memoir of the Author. Second Edition. (1906)

3               The Poetical Works of Thomas Traherne, B.D. 1636?-1674. From the Original Manuscripts. Edited by Bertram Dobell 1842-1914. With a Memoir of the Author.  (1903)

4               Thomas Traherne Mystic and Poet. By K. W. Salter. (1873)

 


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1               A Sermon Preached before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London, at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Friday, January 30, 1729. Being the Fast-Day for the Execrable Murder of King Charles I. By Joseph Trapp, D.D. Minister of Christ-Church and St. Leonard’s Foster-Lane, London. Published at the Request of the Lord Mayor, and the Sheriffs. (1729)

2               Explanatory Notes Upon the Four Gospels, In a New Method, for the use of All, but Especially the Unlearned English Reader. In Two Parts. To which are Prefixed, Three Discourses, Relating to both Parts; of which an Account is Given in the Preface. By Joseph Trapp, D.D. A New Edition. (1805)

3               Her Majesty's Prerogative in Ireland;  The Authority of the Government and Privy-Council there: and the Rights, Laws, and Liberties of the City of Dublin, Asserted and Maintained. In Answer to a Paper Falsely Entitled, ‘The Case of the City of Dublin, in Relation to the Election of a Lord-Mayor and Sheriffs of the said City:’ A True State of this Matter Being Absolutely Necessary, for the Information of All Her Majesty’s Subjects in Great Britain, as well as Ireland. (1712)

4               Most Faults on One side: or, The Shallow Politics, Foolish Arguing, and Villainous Designs of the Author of a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, ‘Faults on Both Sides, Considered and Exposed.’ In Answer to that Pamphlet: Showing, That the many Truths in Modern History, Related by the Author of it, do not make Amends for his many Falsehoods in Fact, and Fallacies in Reasoning. (1711)

5               The Character and Principals of the Present Set of Whigs. The Third Edition Corrected, and Enlarged.(1712)

6               The Church of England Defended Against the Calumnies and False Reasoning of the Church of Rome. In Answer to a Late Sophistical, and Insolent Popish Book, Entitled, ‘England’s Conversion and Reformation Compared, Etc.’ By Joseph Trapp, M.A. Minister of the United Parishes of Christ-Church and St. Leonard’s Foster-Lane, London. (1727)

7               The Doctrine of the Most Holy, and Ever-Blessed Trinity, Briefly Stated, and Proved; With the Objections Against it Answered: In a Summary view of the Whole Controversy. As it was Delivered in the Cathedral Church of St, Paul, at the Lady Moyer’s Lecture, in 1729, and 1730. To which are Added, Discourses upon the Parable of Dives and Lazarus; setting forth the Deplorable Corruption, Immorality, and Infidelity of the Present Age; Showing the Absolute Necessity of a Holy Life; Demonstrating the Certainty of a Future State, and the Truth of the Christian Religion. By Joseph Trapp, D.D. Minister of Christ-church and St. Leonard’s Foster-Lane, London. (1731)

8               The Mischief of Changes in Government; and the Influence of Religious Princes to Prevent them. A Sermon Preached before the Mayor, and Corporation of Oxford, on Friday, March 8, 1705. Being the Anniversary of Her Majesty’s Inauguration. By Joseph Trapp, M.A. Fellow of Wadham College Oxon. Published at the Request of the Common Council. (1705)

9               The Nature, Folly, Sin, and Danger of being Righteous Overmuch; With a Particular View to the Doctrines and Practices of Certain Modern Enthusiasts. Being the Substance of Four Discourses Lately Preached in the Parish-Churches of Christ-Church, and St. Lawrence Jewry, London; and St. Martin’s in the Fields, Westminster. By Joseph Trapp, D.D. The Third Edition. (1739)

10            The Royal Sin: or, Adultery Rebuked in a Great King. Being a Discourse from the Following Text; 'And Nathan said unto David, Thou art the Man.' II Samuel 12:7. Delivered in the Parish of St. Martin’s, and Published at the Unanimous Request of the Congregation. Addressed to those whom it may Concern. By Joseph Trapp, D.D. (1738)

11            The True Genuine Tory Address, and the True Genuine Whig Address, set One Against Another. To which is Added, a Farther Explanation of some Hard Terms now in use, for the Information of All such as Read, or Subscribe Addresses. Being an Answer to a Late Scandalous Paper, Falsely Called, ‘The True Genuine Tory-Address, Etc.’ (1710)

12            The True, Genuine, Modern Whig Address. To which is Added, an Explanation of some Hard Terms now in use, for the Information of All such as Read or Subscribe Addresses. (1710)

 



Trickett, Samuel (1632-1712)

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1               Sermons Doctrinal and Practical. By Samuel Trickett, Assistant at Wirkesworth Classis, and Classical Minister of Bradbourne, 1656, Vicar of Norton, Derbyshire, 1667. Edited from the Author’s Manuscripts. By John Edward Blakeney, M.A., Incumbent of St. Paul’s, Sheffield. (1863)

 


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1               A Methodical System of Universal Law: or, The Laws of Nature and Nations, Deduced from Certain Principles, and Applied in Proper Cases. Written in Latin by the Celebrated Jo. Got. Heineccius, Counsellor of State to the King of Prussia, and Professor of Philosophy at Hall. Translated, and Illustrated with Notes and Supplements, by George Turnbull, L.L.D. To which is Added, A Discourse upon the Nature and Origin of Moral and Civil Laws; in which they are Deduced, by an Analysis of the Human Mind in the Experimental Way, from our internal Principles and Dispositions. Volume 1. (1741)

2               A Methodical System of Universal Law: or, The Laws of Nature and Nations, Deduced from Certain Principles, and Applied in Proper Cases. Written in Latin by the Celebrated Jo. Got. Heineccius, Counsellor of State to the King of Prussia, and Professor of Philosophy at Hall. Translated, and Illustrated with Notes and Supplements, by George Turnbull, L.L.D. To which is Added, A Discourse upon the Nature and Origin of Moral and Civil Laws; in which they are Deduced, by an Analysis of the Human Mind in the Experimental Way, from our internal Principles and Dispositions. Volume 2. (1741)

3               A Philosophical Enquiry Concerning the Connection Between the Miracles and the Doctrine of Jesus Christ. In which Miracles are Considered in a New Light; and it is Proved that the Works Jesus Christ Performed to Evince the Truth of His Doctrines, are a Natural, Proper, and full Proof of them, in the Strictest and most Philosophical Sense of Proof or Evidence. By George Turnbull, L.L.D. The Third Edition. To which is Added, an Appendix. (1739)

4               The Principles of Moral Philosophy. An Enquiry into the Wise and Good Government of the Moral World. In which the Continuance of Good Administration, and of Due care about Virtue Forever, is Inferred from Present Order in All Things, in that Part Chiefly where Virtue is Concerned. By George Turnbull, L.L.D. (1740)

5               Travels Through Holland, Germany, Switzerland, but Especially Italy: By the Late Monsieur De Blainville, Sometime Secretary to the Embassy of the States-General, at the Court of Spain. In Three Volumes. Translated from the Author’s Manuscript, Never before Published, Viz. Volume 1. By the Late Dr. Turnbull. Volume 2. By Mr. Guthrie; and Volume 3. By Mr. Lockman, and the Editor. Containing a Particular Description of those Countries which are now the Seat of War, Viz. Bohemia, Saxony, Etc. Also of Italy, of Whose Curiosities a most Ample Description is Given, Viz. of its Buildings, Pictures, Statues, Cabinets of Curiosities, Collections of Medals, Epitaphs, Inscriptions, Ancient and Modern Libraries, Fortifications, Etc. Together with the Characters of the Several Nations and Courts visited by him; with Remarks on their Several Policies. Interpreted with Various Remarks on Montfaucon, Spon, Mabillion, Mission, Bishop Burnet, Mr. Addison, and Other Eminent Authors. The Whole Written with the Strictest Eye to Truth, and Illustrated with Proper Maps. Volume 1. (1757)

6               Travels Through Holland, Germany, Switzerland, but Especially Italy: By the Late Monsieur De Blainville, Sometime Secretary to the Embassy of the States-General, at the Court of Spain. In Three Volumes. Translated from the Author’s Manuscript, Never before Published, Viz. Volume 1. By the Late Dr. Turnbull. Volume 2. By Mr. Guthrie; and Volume 3. By Mr. Lockman, and the Editor. Containing a Particular Description of those Countries which are now the Seat of War, Viz. Bohemia, Saxony, Etc. Also of Italy, of Whose Curiosities a most Ample Description is Given, Viz. of its Buildings, Pictures, Statues, Cabinets of Curiosities, Collections of Medals, Epitaphs, Inscriptions, Ancient and Modern Libraries, Fortifications, Etc. Together with the Characters of the Several Nations and Courts visited by him; with Remarks on their Several Policies. Interpreted with Various Remarks on Montfaucon, Spon, Mabillion, Mission, Bishop Burnet, Mr. Addison, and Other Eminent Authors. The Whole Written with the Strictest Eye to Truth, and Illustrated with Proper Maps. Volume 2. (1757)

7               Travels Through Holland, Germany, Switzerland, but Especially Italy: By the Late Monsieur De Blainville, Sometime Secretary to the Embassy of the States-General, at the Court of Spain. In Three Volumes. Translated from the Author’s Manuscript, Never before Published, Viz. Volume 1. By the Late Dr. Turnbull. Volume 2. By Mr. Guthrie; and Volume 3. By Mr. Lockman, and the Editor. Containing a Particular Description of those Countries which are now the Seat of War, Viz. Bohemia, Saxony, Etc. Also of Italy, of Whose Curiosities a most Ample Description is Given, Viz. of its Buildings, Pictures, Statues, Cabinets of Curiosities, Collections of Medals, Epitaphs, Inscriptions, Ancient and Modern Libraries, Fortifications, Etc. Together with the Characters of the Several Nations and Courts visited by him; with Remarks on their Several Policies. Interpreted with Various Remarks on Montfaucon, Spon, Mabillion, Mission, Bishop Burnet, Mr. Addison, and Other Eminent Authors. The Whole Written with the Strictest Eye to Truth, and Illustrated with Proper Maps. Volume 3. (1757)

 



Turner, John (1660-1720)

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1               The Wisdom of God in the Redemption of Man, As Delivered in Holy Scripture, Vindicated from the Chief Objections of our Modern Infidels. In Eight Sermons, Preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the Year 1708, at the Lecture Founded by the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esquire. In which the True Nature and Necessity of Atonement and Satisfaction for Sins are at Large Explained and Proved both from Scripture and Reason. By John Turner, D.D. Vicar of Greenwich. (1708)

 


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1               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; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782; Burdy, Samuel, ca. 1760-1820;)

2               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; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782; Burdy, Samuel, ca. 1760-1820;)

3               Theological Works of the Learned Doctor Edward Pococke, Sometime Professor of the Hebrew and Arabic Tongues, in the University of Oxford, and Canon of Christ-Church: Containing his Porta Mosis, and English Commentaries on Hosea, Joel, Micah, and Malachi. To which is Prefixed, an Account of his Life and Writings, Never Before Printed; with the Addition of a New General Index to the Commentaries. In Two Volumes. By Leonard Twells, M.A., Rector of the United Parishes of St. Matthew’s, Friday-Street, and St. Peter’s, Cheap, and Prebendary of St. Paul’s, London. Volume 1. (1740) (Author: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Twells, Leonard, d. 1742; Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204)

4               Theological Works of the Learned Doctor Edward Pococke, Sometime Professor of the Hebrew and Arabic Tongues, in the University of Oxford, and Canon of Christ-Church: Containing his Porta Mosis, and English Commentaries on Hosea, Joel, Micah, and Malachi. To which is Prefixed, an Account of his Life and Writings, Never Before Printed; with the Addition of a New General Index to the Commentaries. In Two Volumes. By Leonard Twells, M.A., Rector of the United Parishes of St. Matthew’s, Friday-Street, and St. Peter’s, Cheap, and Prebendary of St. Paul’s, London. Volume 2. (1740) (Author: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Twells, Leonard, d. 1742; Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204)

5               Twenty Four Sermons Preached at the Parish Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, London, In the Years 1739, 1740, and 1741, at the Lecture Founded by the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esquire; and Eight Sermons Preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the Years 1738 and 1739, at the Lecture Founded by the Honored Lady Moyer. To which are Added, A Visitation Sermon, a Sermon before the Religious Societies, and a Charity Sermon. In Two Volumes. By Leonard Twells, D.D. Late Rector of St. Matthew’s Friday-Street, Prebendary of St. Paul’s, and One of the Lecturers of St. Dunstan’s in the West. Volume 1. (1743)

6               Twenty Four Sermons Preached at the Parish Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, London, In the Years 1739, 1740, and 1741, at the Lecture Founded by the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esquire; and Eight Sermons Preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the Years 1738 and 1739, at the Lecture Founded by the Honored Lady Moyer. To which are Added, A Visitation Sermon, a Sermon before the Religious Societies, and a Charity Sermon. In Two Volumes. By Leonard Twells, D.D. Late Rector of St. Matthew’s Friday-Street, Prebendary of St. Paul’s, and One of the Lecturers of St. Dunstan’s in the West. Volume 2. (1743)

 


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