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Anglican Beliefs V W Y continues our Online Christian Library with links to works from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries and includes works from such writers as Henry Venn, John Whitaker, and Robert Wilberforce.


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1               A New Collection of Family Prayers and Offices of Devotion, for Various Circumstances in Life; Carefully Selected from those Pious Authors, Jenks, Venn, and Palmer, and from the New Manual of Private Devotions. (1817)

2               Mistakes in Religion Exposed: An Essay on the Prophecy of Zacharias. By the Late Rev. Henry Venn, M.A. Author of The Complete Duty of Man. (1805)

3               Popery a Perfect Contrast to the Religion of Christ. Proved in a Sermon Preached at Clapham, on Nov. 5, 1758. And Published at the Desire of the Congregation. Now Republished, with Additions, and Addressed to Protestant Parents. By Henry Venn, A.M. Rector of Yelling, and Chaplain to the Earl of Buchan. (1778)

4               Sermons on the Following Subjects. I. Salvation by the Cross of Christ, a Doctrine of Offence in All Ages. II. The Knowledge of Sin by the Law. III. The Necessity of Maintaining a Good Conscience, and the Extent of it. IV. On the Gospel, and the Nature of Faith in it. V. The Great Sin of Unbelief. VI. The Dreadful End of Unbelief. VII. Alarming Visitations Proofs of God’s Love. VIII. Christ the Only Refuge. IX. On Simon the Pharisee, and the Woman that was a Sinner. X. The Christian’s Character, and Inviolable Safety. XI. Personal Obedience, and Imputed Righteousness not to be Separated. XII. On Christian Happiness. XIII. The Judgment of the Last Day. XIV. On the Heavenly Happiness. By Henry Venn, A.M. Late Fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge, and Lecturer of St. Alban’s, Wood-Street. The Second Edition. (1759)

5               The Complete Duty of Man: or, a System of Doctrinal and Practical Christianity. With Prayers for Families and Individuals. By the Rev. Henry Venn, A.M. With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. John Brown, Edinburgh. (1829)

6               The Duty of a Parish Priest; his Obligations to Perform it; and the Incomparable Pleasure of a Life Devoted to the Care of Souls. A Sermon, Preached at a Visitation of the Clergy, Held at Wakefield, on July 2, 1760. By Henry Venn, A M. Vicar of Huddersfield, and Late Fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge. Published at the Request of Many of the Hearers. (1760)

7               The Life and a Selection from the Letters of the Late Rev. Henry Venn, M.A. Successively Vicar of Huddersfield, Yorkshire, and Rector of Yelling, Huntingdonshire, Author of, ’The Complete Duty of Man,’ Etc. The Memoir of his Life Drawn up by the Late Rev. John Venn M.A. Rector of Clapham, Surrey. Edited by the Rev. Henry Venn, B.D. Perpetual Curate of St. John’s, Holloway; Late Fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge. Fourth Edition. (1836)

 



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1               Memoir of Henry Venn, B.D. Prebendary of St. Paul's, and Honorary Secretary of the Church Missionary Society. By William Knight, M.A. Rector of Pitt Portion, Tiverton, and Chaplain to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Formerly Secretary of the Church Missionary Society. A New Edition with Portrait and Appendix.(1882)

2               The Missionary Life and Labors of Francis Xavier Taken from his Own Correspondence: With a Sketch of the General Results of Roman Catholic Missions Among the Heathen. By Henry Venn, B.D., Prebendary of St. Paul’s, Honorary Secretary of the Church Missionary Society. (1862)

 



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1               A Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the end of the Sixth Century A.D., with an Account of the Principal Sects and Heresies. (1911)

2               Christianity and Agnosticism; Reviews of some Recent Attacks on the Christian Faith. (1895)

3               Christianity and Morality: or, The Correspondence of the Gospel to the Moral Nature of Man. (1877)

4               Church and Faith: Being Essays on the Teaching of the Church of England. (1900)

5               On Agnosticism: Replies to the Late Professor Huxley. (1903)

6               Prophecy, Jewish and Christian: Considered in a Series of Warburton Lectures at Lincoln’s Inn. (1911)

7               Some Central Points of Our Lord’s Ministry. (1890)

8               The Authenticity of the Four Gospels.

9               The Bible and Modern Investigation: Three Lectures delivered to the Clergy at Norwich at the Request of the Bishop, with an Address on the Authority of Holy Scripture. (1903)

10            The Gospel and its Witnesses: Some of the Chief Facts in the Life of Our Lord and the Authority of the Evangelical Narratives Considered in Lectures Chiefly Preached at St. James’s, Westminster. (1883)

11            The Foundations of Faith; Considered in Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1879 at the Lecture Founded by John Bampton. (1880)

12            The Sacrifice of Christ, its Vitality and Real Efficacy. (1898)

13            The Story of the Passion: Its own Message Considered in Addresses. (1922)

14            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 1 Part 1 (Genesis-Exodus) (1871)

15            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 1 Part 2 (Leviticus-Deuteronomy) (1871)

16            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 2 (Joshua-I Kings) (1872)

17            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 3 (II Kings-Esther) (1873)

18            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 4 (Job-The Song of Solomon) (1873)

19            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 5 (Isaiah-Lamentations) (1883) (Seventh PDF with text file)

20            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Old Testament Volume 6 (Ezekiel-Malachi) (1876)

21            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Apocrypha Volume 1 (I Esdras-Wisdom) (1888)

22            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. Apocrypha Volume 2 (Ecclesiasticus-II Maccabees) (1888)

23            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. New Testament Volume 1 (Saint Matthew-Saint Luke) (1878)

24            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. New Testament Volume 2 (Saint John-The Acts of the Apostles) (1880)

25            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. New Testament Volume 3 (Romans-Philemon) (1881) (Fifth PDF with text file)

26            The Holy Bible Authorized Version (1611), with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and Revised Translation by Bishops and Clergy of the Anglican Church. In Thirteen Volumes. New Testament Volume 4 (Hebrews-The Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John) (1881) (Third PDF with text file)

27            The War and the Gospel: Sermons and Addresses during the Present War. (1917)

 


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1               A Brief Discourse of the Real Presence of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist: Wherein the Witty Artifices of the Bishop of Meax and of Monsieur Maimbourg are Obviated, whereby they would Draw in the Protestants to Embrace the Doctrine of Transubstantiation. The Second Edition. (1686)

2               A Brief Enquiry into the Antiquity, Honor, and Estate of the Name and Family of Wake. With a Summary Deduction of the Lineal Succession of the Chief Branches of it, from its First Rise, Down to the Present Time. By William Wake, D.D. Rector of St. James, Westminster; Chaplain in Ordinary to the King; and Afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury. (1833)

3               A Defense of the Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England, Against the Exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, Late Bishop of Condom, and his Vindicator. (1686)

4               A Defense of the Missionaries Arts: Wherein the Charge of Disloyalty, Rebellions, Plots, and Treasons, Asserted Page 76 of that Book, are Fully Proven Against the Members of the Church of Rome, in a Brief Account of the Several Plots Contrived, and Rebellions Raised by the Papists Against the Lives and Dignities of Sovereign Princes since the Reformation. (1689)            (Author: Wake, William, 1657-1737; Hickes, George, 1642-1715. Missionaries arts discovered Subject: Catholic Church; Regicides)

4               A Letter to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. Proving that his Grave cannot be the Author of the Letter to an Eminent Presbyterian Clergyman in Switzerland, in which the Present State of Religion, in England, is Blackened and Exposed, and the Present Ministry are Misrepresented and Traduced. (1719)

5               A Sermon Preached Before the Honorable House of Commons, At Saint-Margaret, Westminster, on Friday, Jan. 30, 1707/08. [Joel 3:19. Egypt shall be a desolation, and Edom shall be a desolate wilderness, for the violence against the children of Judah; because they have shed innocent Blood in their Land.] By Robert Eyre [1656/7-1722], D.D. Prebendary of the Cathedral Church of Winchester. (1708)

6               A Vindication of the Realm, and Church of England, from the Charge of Perjury., Rebellion, and Schism, Unjustly laid upon them by the Non-Jurors: And the Rebellion and Schism Shown to Lie at their own Doors. (1716)

7               An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England, in Several Articles Proposed by Monsieur de Meaux, Late Bishop of Condom, in his Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church.  To which is Prefixed a Particular Account of Monsieur de Meaux’s Book. (1686)

8               Archbishop Wake and the Project of Union (1717-1720), Between the Gallician and Anglican Churches. By Joseph Hirst Lupton 1836-1905, B.D., Surmaster of St. Paul’s School, and Preacher of Gray’s-Inn; formerly Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge. (1896)

9               Sermons and Discourses on Several Occasions, Viz. I. Of the Qualifications Required to a Profitable Hearing of God’s Word. II. Of the Benefit and Practice of Consideration. III. Of the Devices of Satan. IV. Of Steadfastness in Religion. V. Of the Reasonableness and Terrors of the Future Judgment. VI. Of the Causes of men’s Delaying their Repentance. VII. Of the Danger of men’s Delaying their Repentance. VIII. An Exhortation to Mutual Charity and Union among Protestants. IX. Of the Nature and Benefit of a Public Humiliation. X. Of Contending Earnestly for the Faith which was Once Delivered to the Saints. XI. Of the Nature, and End, of the Holy Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. XII. Of the Honor Due to the Blessed Virgin. By the Most Reverend, William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Second Edition. (1716)

10            The Apocryphal New Testament, Being All the Gospels, Epistles, and Other Pieces now Extant, Attributed in the First Four Centuries to Jesus Christ, His Apostles, and their Companions, and not Included in the New Testament by its Compilers. Translated from the Original Tongues, and now Collected into One Volume. (1880)

11            The Apocryphal Books of the New Testament, Being All the Gospels, Epistles, and Other Pieces now Extant, Attributed in the First Four Centuries to Jesus Christ, His Apostles, and their Companions, not Included, by its compilers, in the Authorized New Testament; and, the Recently Discovered Syriac Manuscripts of Pilate’s Letters to Tiberius, Etc. Translated from the Original Tongues. Illustrated from Ancient Paintings and Missals. (1890)

12            The Authority of Christian Princes Over Their Ecclesiastical Synods Asserted: With Particular Respect to the Convocations of the Clergy of the Realm and Church of England. Occasioned by a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, ‘A Letter to a Convocation Man, Etc.’ By William Wake, D.D. and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. (1697)

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

14            The Danger and Mischief of a Misguided Zeal: A Sermon Preached at the Parish Church of St. James Westminster, on April 2, 1710, by William Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Published at the Request of the Honorable the Board of Vestry, and Other Persons of Quality of the said Parish. (1710)

15            The Excellency and Benefits, of a Religious Education. A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of St. Sepulchre, on June 9, 1715. Being Thursday in Whitson Week, at the Anniversary Meeting of the Children Educated in the Charity Schools in and About the Cities of London and Westminster. By the Right Reverend, William, Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Published at the Request of Several of the Gentlemen Concerned in that Charity. (1715)

16            The Genuine Epistles of the Apostolic Fathers, St. Barnabas, St. Clement, St. Ignatius, St. Polycarp, the Shepherd of Hermas, and Martyrdoms of St. Ignatius and St. Polycarp. Written by those who were Present at their Sufferings. Being, Together with the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament, a Complete Collection of the Most Primitive Antiquity for About One Hundred and Fifty Years after Christ. Translated and Published, with a Large Preliminary Discourse Relating to the Several Treatises here put Together. By the Most Reverend, William, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The Third Edition. (1719)

17            The Missionary's Arts Discovered: or, An Account of their Ways of Insinuation, their Artifices and Several Methods of which they serve themselves in Making Converts. With a Letter to Mr. Pulton [Jesuit and Schoolmaster in the Savoy],Challenging him to make Good his Charge of Disloyalty Against Protestants. And, a Historical Preface, Containing an Account of their Introducing the Heathen Gods in their Processions, and Other Particulars Relating to the Several Chapters of this Treatise. [Jeremiah 12:6. Believe them not though they speak fair Words unto thee.](1688)

18            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)

19            The Principles of the Christian Religion Explained, In a Brief Commentary Upon the Church Catechism. By the Most Reverend, William, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A New Edition, having the Various Proofs from Passages of Scripture, to which Reference is made Throughout the Work, Either Subjoined to the Questions and Answers, or Interwoven with them. By the Rev. Frederick Twisleton, L.L.B. Late Fellow of the New College, Oxford, Rector of Broadwell Cum Adlestrop, Gloucestershire, Prebendary of Hereford, and Domestic Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of that Diocese. (1827)

20            The State of the Church and Clergy of England, In their Councils, Convocations, Synods, Conventions, and Other Public Assemblies; Historically Deduced, from the Conversion of the Saxons to the Present Times. With a Large Appendix of Original Writs, and Other Instruments. By William Wake, D.D. Dean of Exeter, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. Occasioned by a Book, Entitled, ‘The Rights, Powers, and Privileges of an English Convocation, Etc.’ (1703)

 



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1               The Book of Revelation Paraphrased; with Annotations on Each Chapter. Whereby it is made Plain to the Meanest Capacity. (microfilm) (1693)

 


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1               Julian. or A Discourse Concerning the Earthquake and the Fiery Eruption, which Defeated the Emperor's Attempt to Rebuild the Temple at Jerusalem. In which the Reality of a Divine Interposition is Shown; The Objections to it are Answered; and the Nature of that Evidence which Demands the Assent of Every Reasonable man to a Miraculous Fact, is Considered and Explained. By the Rev. Mr. Warburton, Preacher to the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. (1750)

2               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. In Six Books. In Five Volumes. The Fourth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. By William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Volume 1 (I. In Two Parts and Three Books. Proves the Truth of Religion in General, and Consequently the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State in Particular, to Civil Society, from the Nature of Things, and the Universal Consent of Mankind. Part I. Book 1. Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State of Rewards and Punishments to Civil Society, from the Nature of the Thing. II. Book 2. Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State to Society, from the Conduct of the Ancient Lawgivers, and Founders of Civil Policy. Part I. Ends with Section 4 of Book 2.) (1765)

3               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. In Six Books. In Five Volumes. The Fourth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. By William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Volume 2. (I. Part II. Begins with Section 5 of Book 2. II. Book 3. Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State to Society, from the Opinion and Conduct of the Ancient Sages and Philosophers. The Volume Ends with an Index.) (1765)

4               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. In Six Books. In Five Volumes. The Fourth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. By William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Volume 3 (I. Book 4. Proves the High Antiquity of the Arts and Empire of Egypt; and that such High Antiquity Illustrates and Confirms the Truth of the Mosaic History. This Volume Ends with Section 5.) (1765)

5               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. In Six Books. In Five Volumes. The Fourth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. By William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Volume 4 (I. Book 4. Proves the High Antiquity of the Arts and Empire of Egypt; and that such High Antiquity Illustrates and Confirms the Truth of the Mosaic History. Section 6. II. Book 5. The Nature of the Jewish Theocracy Explained: And the Doctrine of a Future State Proved not to be in, nor to make part of the Mosaic Dispensation.) (1765)

6               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. In Six Books. In Five Volumes. The Fourth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. By William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Volume 5 (I. Book 6. Contains an Examination of All the Texts Brought from the Old and New Testament to Prove a Future State of Rewards and Punishments did make part of the Mosaic Dispensation. II. Appendix Concerning the Book of Job. III. A General Index to the Whole Work.) (1765)

7               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. By the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester. To which is Prefixed, A Discourse by way of General Preface: Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author. By Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. The Tenth Edition, Carefully Revised. [Although this Work has been Described as being in Nine Books; It Actually Exists in Seven Books. Books One Through Six, with the Conclusion in Book Nine.] In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (I. The Life of the Author. II. In Two Parts and Three Books. Proves the Truth of Religion in General, and Consequently the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State in Particular, to Civil Society, from the Nature of Things, and the Universal Consent of Mankind. Part I. Book 1. Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State of Rewards and Punishments to Civil Society, from the Nature of the Thing. III. Book 2. Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State to Society, from the Conduct of the Ancient Lawgivers, and Founders of Civil Policy. IV. Book 3 Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State to Society, from the Opinion and Conduct of the Ancient Sages and Philosophers. Sections 1 -5.) (1846)

8               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. By the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester. To which is Prefixed, A Discourse by way of General Preface: Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author. By Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. The Tenth Edition, Carefully Revised. [Although this Work has been Described as being in Nine Books; It Actually Exists in Seven Books. Books One Through Six, with the Conclusion in Book Nine.] In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (I. Book 3 Proves the Necessity of the Doctrine of a Future State to Society, from the Opinion and Conduct of the Ancient Sages and Philosophers. Section 6. II. An Appendix to Books 1-3. III. Book 4. Proves the High Antiquity of the Arts and Empire of Egypt; and that such High Antiquity Illustrates and Confirms the Truth of the Mosaic History. IV. Notes on Book 4. V. Book 5. The Nature of the Jewish Theocracy Explained: And the Doctrine of a Future State Proved not to be in, nor to make part of the Mosaic Dispensation. Sections 1-4.) (1846)

9               The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated. By the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester. To which is Prefixed, A Discourse by way of General Preface: Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author. By Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester. The Tenth Edition, Carefully Revised. [Although this Work has been Described as being in Nine Books; It Actually Exists in Seven Books. Books One Through Six, with the Conclusion in Book Nine.] In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (I. Book 5. The Nature of the Jewish Theocracy Explained: And the Doctrine of a Future State Proved not to be in, nor to make part of the Mosaic Dispensation. Section 5. II. Book 6. Contains an Examination of All the Texts Brought from the Old and New Testament to Prove a Future State of Rewards and Punishments did make part of the Mosaic Dispensation. III. Appendix Concerning the Book of Job. IV. Notes on Book 6. V. Book 9. Being an Attempt to Explain the True Nature and Genius of the Christian Religion. VI. Notes on Book 9. VII. Index to the Divine Legation. VIII. Authors, Etc. Quoted in The Divine Legation: Which Quotations are not Referred to in the Index.) (1846)

7               The Life of William Warburton, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester from 1760-1779: With Remarks on his Works. By The Rev. John Selby Watson [1804-1884], M.A., M.R.S.L. Author of ‘The Life of Richard Porson,’ ‘The Life of George Fox,’ Etc. (1863)

8               The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 1. (I. The Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. II. The Divine Legation of Moses.) (1811)

9               The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 2. (I. The Divine Legation of Moses.) (microfilm) (1811)

10            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 3. (I. The Divine Legation of Moses.) (microfilm) (1811)

11            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 4. (I. The Divine Legation of Moses.) (1811)

12            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 5. (I. The Divine Legation of Moses.) (1811)

13            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 6. (I. The Divine Legation of Moses.) (1811)

14            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 7. (I. The Alliance Between the Church and State: or, The Necessity and Equity of an Established Religion, and a Test-Law Demonstrated.) (microfilm) (1788)

15            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 8. (I. Julian: or, A Discourse Concerning the Earthquake and Fiery Eruption, which Defeated the Emperor’s Attempt to Rebuild the Temple at Jerusalem. II. The Doctrine of Grace: or, The Office and Operations of the Holy Spirit Vindicated from the Insults of Infidelity and the Abuses of Fanaticism.) (microfilm) (1811)

16            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 9. (I. The Principles of Natural and Revealed Religion, Occasionally Opened and Explained; In a Course of Sermons Preached before the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s-Inn. II. Three Sermons Preached and Published on the Occasion of the Late Rebellion in 1745. III. A Discourse on the Nature of the Marriage Union. IV. A Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Gloucester, in 1761.) (microfilm) (1811)

17            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 10. (Sermons and Discourses on Various Subjects and Occasions. I. Sermons 18-27. II. Discourse 28 The Rise of Antichrist. III. Discourse 29. Of the Resurrection. IV. Two Charity Sermons. V. Three Sermons on Different Subjects. VI. A Discourse Concerning the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. VII. Directions for the Study of Theology.) (1811)

18            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 11. (Controversial Tracts. I. A Vindication of the Author of the Divine Legation of Moses, Etc. from the Aspersions of the Country Clergyman’s Letter in the Weekly Miscellany of Feb. 24, 1737. II. A Critical and Philosophical Commentary on Mr. Pope’s Essay on Man: In which is Contained a Vindication of the said Essay from the Misrepresentations of Mr. de Resnel, the French Translator; and of Mr. de Crousaz, the Commentator: In Four Letters. III. Remarks on a Book, Entitled, ‘Future Rewards and Punishments Believed by the Ancients, Particularly the Philosophers; Wherein some Objections of the Rev. Mr. Warburton, in his Divine Legation of Moses, are Considered,1742:’ With a Postscript, in Answer to some Objections of Dr. Sykes; and a Letter to Bishop Smallbrook. IV. Remarks on Several Occasional Reflections; Part 1. In Answer to the Rev Dr. Middleton, Dr. Pococke, the Master of the Charter-House, Dr. Richard Grey, and Others; Serving to Explain and Justify Divers Passages in ‘The Divine Legation,’ Objected to by those Learned Writers. To which is Added, A General Review of the Argument of the Divine Legation, as far as it is yet Advanced: Wherein is Considered the Relation the Several Parts Bear to each Other, and to the Whole. Together with an Appendix, in Answer to a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, ‘An Examination of Mr. Warburton’s Second Proposition.’ Part 2. In Answer to the Rev. Doctors Stebbing and Sykes: Serving to Explain and Justify the Two Dissertations in ‘The Divine Legation,’ Concerning the Command to Abraham to Offer up his Son, and the Nature of the Jewish Theocracy; Objected to by those Learned Writers.) (1811)

19            The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester. A New Edition, In Twelve Volumes. To which is Prefixed, a Discourse by way of General Preface; Containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author; by Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. Volume 12. (I. Remarks on Several Occasional Reflections; Part 2 Continued. In Answer to the Rev. Doctors Stebbing and Sykes: Serving to Explain and Justify the Two Dissertations in ‘The Divine Legation,’ Concerning the Command to Abraham to Offer up his Son, and the Nature of the Jewish Theocracy; Objected to by those Learned Writers. II. Letter to the Editor of the ‘Letters on the Spirit of Patriotism, The Idea of a Patriot King, and the State of Parties, Etc,’ Occasioned by the Editor’s Advertisement. III. A View of Lord Bolingbroke’s Philosophy, Complete, in Four Letters to a Friend; In which his Whole System of Infidelity and Naturalism is Exposed and Confuted: With an Apology for the Two First Letters, Prefixed. IV. Remarks on Mr. David Hume’s Essay on ‘The Natural History of Religion.’ V. Remarks on Neal’s’ History of the Puritans,’ Entered in an Edition of that Work in the Library at Durham. VI. A Letter from an Author to a Member of Parliament; Concerning Literary Property. VII. Appendix: Containing Letters, Between Dr. Middleton and Mr. Warburton, in 1736; and Between Dr. Lowth and Dr. Warburton, in 1756.) (1811)

 


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1               Six Sermons Preached by the Right Rev, Seth Lord Bishop of Sarum. (1672)

 



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1               Death Bed Scenes and Pastoral Conversations, by John Warton, D.D., Edited by his Sons. Volume 1 (1830)

2               Death Bed Scenes and Pastoral Conversations, by John Warton, D.D., Edited by his Sons. Volume 2 (1830)

3               Death Bed Scenes and Pastoral Conversations, by John Warton, D.D., Edited by his Sons. Volume 3 (1830)

4               Death Bed Scenes and Pastoral Conversations, by John Warton, D.D., Edited by his Sons. Volume 1 and 2 (1828)

 


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1               An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, Time, and Eternity; as also the Self-Existence, Necessary Existence, and Unity of the Divine Nature: In Answer to a Book Lately Published by Mr. Jackson, Entitled, ‘The Existence and Unity of God Proved from His Nature and Attributes.’ (1734) (Author: Law, Edmund, 1703-1787; Waterland, Daniel, 1683-1740 Subject: Jackson, John, 1686-1763; Religion)

1               The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland D. D. Volume 1 (I. Review of the Author’s Life and Writings. II. Vindication of Christ’s Divinity, being a Defense of some Queries Relating to Dr. Clarke’s Scheme of the Holy Trinity.) (1856)

2               The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland D. D. Volume 2 (I. Eight Sermons, in Defense of the Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Preached at the Lady Moyer’s Lecture. II. An Answer to Dr. Witby’s Reply, Respecting his Book, Entitled, ‘Disquitiones Modestae.’ III. The Case of Arian Subscription Considered. IV. A Supplement to the Case of Arian Subscription Considered. V. A Second Vindication of Christ’s Divinity, or A Second Defense of Some Queries Relating to Dr. Clarke’s Scheme of the Holy Trinity.) (1856)

3               The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland D. D. Volume 3 (I. A Farther Vindication of Christ’s Divinity. II. A Critical History of the Athanasian Creed. III. An Answer to some Queries Printed at Exon, Relating to the Arian Controversy. IV. The Scriptures and the Arians Compared. V. Five Letters to Mr. Staunton. VI. A Dissertation Upon the Argument a priori for Proving the Existence of a First Cause. VII. The Importance of the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity.) (1856)

4               The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland D. D. Volume 4 (I. Remarks Upon Dr. Clarke’s Exposition of the Church Catechism. II. The Nature, Obligation, and Efficacy of the Christian Sacraments Considered. III. Supplement to the Nature, Obligation, and Efficacy of the Christian Sacraments. IV. Scripture Vindicated; In Answer to a Book, Entitled, ‘Christianity as Old as the Creation.’ In Three Parts. V. A Defense of the Lord Bishop of St. David’s. In Answer to Jonathan Jones, Esquire. VI. Advice to a Young Student. With a Method of Study for the First Four Years. VII. A Recommendatory Preface to the Second Edition of the Sermons of the Rev. James Blair, M.A. VIII. Regeneration Stated and Explained, According to Scripture and Antiquity. IX. A Review of the Doctrine of the Eucharist, as Laid down in Scripture and Antiquity.) (1856)

5               The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland D. D. Volume 5 (I. Charges and Occasional Sermons. II. Sermons on Several Important Subjects of Religion and Morality.) (1856)

6               The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland D. D. Volume 6 (I. A Summary View of the Doctrine of Justification. II. An Enquiry Concerning the Antiquity of the Practice of Infant-Communion. III. Letters on Lay-Baptism. IV. Letters to the Rev. Mr. Lewis, Mergate, Kent. V. Letters to John Loveday, Esquire. VI. Letters to the Rev. Dr. Zachary Grey, Browne Willis Esq. and the Rev. Dr. Williams. VII. Letter to the Rev. Mr. Law. VIII. Additional Notes by Dr. Waterland on some of his own Writings.) (1856)

 


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1               A Collection of Theological Tracts, In Six Volumes. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Lord Bishop of Landaff, and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume 1. (I. A Scheme of Scripture-Divinity, formed Upon the Plan of the Divine Dispensations, With a Vindication of the Sacred Writings. By Jeremy Taylor, D.D. London, 1762. [This Book Deserves to be Generally Known; it has been for some Years out of Print, and much Sought after by the Clergy: I Thought I Should do them an Acceptable Service in Making it Part of this Collection.] II. Reflections Upon the Books of the Holy Scripture, to Establish the Truth of the Christian Religion, In Two Volumes. London 1688. By Pierre Allix. [These Two Volumes were Published in French, the First in London, and the Second at Amsterdam, much About the same Time that they made their Appearance in English. They were Spoken of with Good Respect in the Acta Eruditorum for 1688; were Translated into German at Nurenberg in 1702: and have been Always held in Great Repute for the Plainness and Erudition with which they were Written. The Author was a French Refugee of Distinguished Learning and Integrity; the Reader will meet with a Good Account of his life and Writings in the Biographia Brittannica.]) (1791)

2               A Collection of Theological Tracts, In Six Volumes. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Lord Bishop of Landaff, and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume 2. (I. A History of the Apostles and Evangelists, Writers of the New Testament. In Three Volumes. Containing General Observations upon the Canon of the New Testament, and a History of the Four Evangelists, with the Evidences of the Genuineness of the Four Gospels, and the Acts of the Apostles, the Times when they were Written, and Remarks upon them. By Nathaniel Lardner, D.D. London 1760. [This Book of Dr. Lardner, Otherwise Entitled ‘The Supplement to the Credibility of the Gospel History,’ was Published in 1756-7. It is so full and judicious on the subject of the Canon of the New Testament, that it may of itself be sufficient to give the Reader very satisfactory information on that point. Du Pin published a complete History of the Canon and Writers of Books of the Old and New Testament, which was translated into English in 1699, 2 Vol. Fol. Bishop Cofin Published a Scholastic History of the Canon of the Holy Scripture, in 1672, 4to. In Carpzovius’s Introduction to the Canonical Books of the Old Testament, the Reader will find many learned Remarks on the Constitution of the Canon of Scripture. He may also, if he thinks fit, consult Jones’s full Method of settling the Canonical Authority of the New Testament; Mills’ Prolegomena; Richardson’s Defense of the Canon of the New Testament, against Toland; Dr. Clarke’s Reflections on Amyntor, Etc. Dr. Owen published a sensible Tract in 1764, Entitled, ‘Observations on the Four Gospels, Tending Chiefly to Ascertain the Times of their Publication, and to Illustrate the Form and the Manner of their Composition’; his Scheme of the Times, etc. is printed at the End of this Volume. Much information on the same subject may be had in Macknight’s Preliminary Dissertations; in Michaelis’s Introductory Lectures; in Georgii Pritii Introductio in Lectionem Novi Testamenti, and in a variety of other Authors.]) (1791)

3               A Collection of Theological Tracts, In Six Volumes. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Lord Bishop of Landaff, and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume 3. (I. A Dissertation on the Ancient Versions of the Bible; Showing why our English Translation differs so much from them, and the Excellent Use that may be made of them towards Attaining the True Readings of the Holy Scriptures in Doubtful Places. In a Letter to a Friend. The Second Edition, Prepared for the Press by the Author before his Death, and now Printed from his own Manuscript. By the Late Rev. Dr. Thomas Brett, London,1760. II. A Historical Account of the Several English Translations of the Bible, and the Opposition they met with from the Church of Rome. By Anthony Johnson, A.M., London, 1730. III. An Introduction to the Reading of the Holy Scriptures, Intended Chiefly for Young Students in Divinity. By Messrs. Beausobre and L’Enfant, Cambridge, 1779. IV. A Key to the Apostolic Writings; or, An Essay to Explain the Gospel Scheme, and the Principle Words and Phrases the Apostles have used in Describing it. By Jeremy Taylor, London, 1754. V. Plain Reasons for Being a Christian. London, 1730.) (1791)

4               A Collection of Theological Tracts, In Six Volumes. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Lord Bishop of Landaff, and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume 4. (I. The Reasonableness of Christianity, as Delivered in the Scripture. By John Locke, Esquire London 1727. [This Treatise was first published in 1695, without Mr. Locke’s name; he concealed his being the author of it from his most intimate friends, and in one of his letters to Mr. Molyneux, at Dublin, he desired to know what people thought of it there; for here, says he, “At its first coming out, it was received with no indifference, some speaking of it with great commendation, and most censuring it as a very bad book.” His friend, in reply, informed him, that a very learned and ingenious Prelate said he liked it very well, and that, if Mr. Locke wrote it, it was the best book he ever labored at; “but,” says he, “If I should be known to think so, I should have my lawns torn from my shoulders.” Abroad it was greatly esteemed by two of the best divines which were then living—Le Clerc, and Limborch. Le Clerc, in his Biblioteque Choisee, said, that it was “Un des plus excellens ouvrages qui ait ete fait depuis long-tems fur cette matiere et dans cette vue:” and Limborch preferred it to all the Systems of Divinity that he had ever read. Dr. Edwards wrote against it; and his objections produced from Mr. Locke two vindications of it; these merit the reader’s attention as much as the work itself, which has long been very generally approved.] II. A Discourse Concerning the Unchangeable Obligations of Natural Religion, and the Truth and Certainty of the Christian Revelation. Being Eight Sermons Preached in the Year 1705, at the Lecture Founded by the Honorable Robert Boyle. By Samuel Clarke, D.D. [Whatever opinion the reader may entertain of the principles advanced in this book relative to the foundation of Morality, he will admire the strength and perspicuity with which the whole of it is written; and derive singular benefit from that part of it which treats of the Evidences of revealed Religion. In composing this part. Dr. Clarke is said to have availed himself of the second part of Mr. Baxter’s ‘Reasons of the Christian Religion,’ published in 1667; and it would certainly be of use to the reader to peruse that excellent discourse, and to compare it with this of Dr. Clarke.] III. A Discourse on Prophecy. By John Smith. [This discourse is taken from a Volume of Discourses by John Smith, formerly fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge. The discourses were published after his death in 1656, and are all of them very valuable, but this is particularly so: it was translated into Latin by Le Clerc, and prefixed to his Commentary on Isaiah, Etc. The reader will find something on this subject in Vitringa’s Observationes Sacrae; in different parts of the Thesaurus Theologico-Philologicus; in Du Pin’s Prolegomenes fur la Bible; in Jenkin’s Reasonableness of Christianity; in Prideaux’s Old and New Testament Connected; in Bishop Williamson’s Sermons at Boyle’s Lecture; and Especially in the first chapter of Carpzovius Introductio ad libros propheticos; the 28th Section of which contains a catalogue of such of the Fathers, Rabbins, Lutheran, Catholic, and Reformed writers, as have treated de Prophetiae et Prophetarum natura, causis, differentia, et affectionibus.] IV. An Essay on the Teaching and Witness of the Holy Spirit. By Lord Barrington. [The Late Lord Barrington rendered great service to Christianity by his Miscellanca Sacra. In the Essay which is here printed from the first volume of that work, he has explained the Gifts of the Holy Spirit which prevailed in the primitive Church with more precision, and set the Argument in favor of Christianity, which is derived from the Witness of the Spirit, in a stronger light, than any other Author has done. The Subject has been handled by Whitby in his book, entitled, ‘The Certainty of the Christian Faith,’ and in his General Preface concerning the divine Authority of the Epistles; by Benson, in his Reasonableness of Christianity, and in other parts of his Works; by Warburton, in his Doctrine of Grace; by Secker, Tillotson, Chandler, and other Divines, in their Sermons: and indeed it is a subject which deserves all attention; for whatever contrariety of opinion may take place concerning the Agency of the Holy Spirit on the Minds of the faithful in the present state of the Christian Church, the Extraordinary gifts which were bestowed on the primitive Christians are matters of fact which cannot well be Controverted; and which, if admitted, prove to a demonstration the Truth of the Christian Religion.] V. An Essay Concerning Inspiration, Taken from Dr. Benson’s Paraphrase and Notes on St. Paul’s Epistles. [What Dr. Powel has said in his discourse, entitled ‘The Nature and Extent of Inspiration Illustrated from the Writings of St. Paul,’ is very similar to what Dr. Benson has advanced in this short essay. Both the Authors suppose the Inspiration of the Apostles to have consisted in their having had the Scheme of the Gospel communicated to them from Heaven; in their having retained, to the end of their lives, the memory of what had been thus communicated to the3m; and in their having committed to writing by the use of their natural faculties, what they remembered. This subject of Inspiration has been discussed by Tillotson, Secker, Warburton, and other English Divines in their Sermons; by Le Clerc, in his Letters concerning Inspiration; by Lowth, in his Answer to Le Clerc; by Wakefield, in his Essay on Inspiration; by Castalio, in a fragment printed at the End of Wetstein’s Greek Testament; by Archbishop Potter, in his Praelectiones Theologicae; by Dr. Middleton, in the Second Volume of his Miscellaneous Works; by Jenkins, in his Reasonableness of Christianity; by Du Pin, in his Prolegomenes fur la Bible; by Calmet, in his Dissertation for Inspiration, printed in the eighth Volume of his Commentary on the Bible: in this Dissertation Calmet enumerates the Sentiments of a great variety of Authors on the Manner of Inspiration; and to those Authors I would refer the Reader who is desirous of full information on this Subject.] VI. An Essay Concerning the Unity of Sense: To Show that no Text of Scripture has more than One Single Sense, Prefixed to Dr. Benson’s Paraphrase on St. Paul’s Epistles. [This is Prefixed to Dr. Benson’s Paraphrase on St. Paul’s Epistles. St. Augustine, in the first Chapter of his twelfth Book Contra Faustum Manichaeum, says-Faustus asserted that, after the most attentive and curious Search, he could not find that the Hebrew Prophets had prophesied concerning Christ; and Celsus, as it is related by Origen, introduced a Jew affirming, that the Prophecies which were generally applied to Christ, might more fitly be applied to other Matters: other Enemies of the Christian name, in the first ages of the Church, strongly objected to the pertinence of adducing the Old Testament Prophecies, as proofs that Jesus of Nazareth was the Messiah. On the other hand, some of the Ancient Fathers {not content with showing that a great many prophecies respected the Messiah, and received a direct and full accomplishment in the Person of Jesus of Nazareth} maintained that almost all the predictions and historical events mentioned in the Old Testament, had an indirect and typical relation to his advent, character, or kingdom. Grotius is said {though the fact may be questioned} to have been the first Interpreter of Scripture who distinctly showed that the greatest part of the Prophecies of the Old Testament had a double sense, and have received a double accomplishment. He maintained that the Predictions, even of the Evangelical Prophet Isaiah, related, in their primary and literal sense, to the times and circumstances of the Jewish People, but that they respected the Messiah in a secondary and allegorical Sense. Limborch, in his Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles, Acceded to the Opinion of Grotius. Father Baltus, a Jesuit in the Year 1737, Published his Defense des Propheties de la Religion Chretienne: in this work he purposely examines and refutes the Opinion of Grotius at great length; and shows that the most ancient Fathers of the Church, as Justin Martyr, Tertullian, Origen, Etc. never thought of interpreting the Prophecies of the Old Testament in a double Sense; but applied them in their literal meaning to the Messiah. Whiston, in his Sermons preached at Boyle’s Lecture in 1707, had supported the same sentiment before Baltus: he strongly contended that “The Prophecies of the Old Testament at all appertaining to the Messiah, particularly those which are quoted as Testimonies and Arguments in the New Testament, do properly and solely belong to the Messiah, and did not at all concern any other person.” In 1710, Archdeacon Clagget animadverted on this notion of Whiston, and undertook the Vindication of those Christian commentators who had explained some prophecies concerning the Messiah as not solely relating to Him, in a Treatise, entitled ‘ Truth Defended and Boldness in Error Rebuked.’ In 1724, Collins published a Discourse on the Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Religion, in which he revived the objections of Faustus, Origen, Celsus, and such other early writers against Christianity, as had endeavored to prove that the Prophecies of the Old Testament had no direct relation to Jesus Christ. I refer the Reader to Leland’s View of the Deistical Writers, and to Fabricius Lux Evangelica, for an Account of the several Answers which were published to this, and to another work of the same Author, entitled, ‘The Scheme of Literal Prophecy Considered.’ Bishop Warburton also, in the sixth Book of The Divine Legation of Moses, has answered what Collins had objected to against a second Sense of Prophecy. Lastly, Doctor Jortin, not to mention some learned Authors who are still alive, and who have written very ably on Prophecy, has given us some very judicious Observations, both concerning Prophecy in general, and concerning a double Sense of some Prophecies, in the first Volume of his Remarks on Ecclesiastical History.]) (1791)

5               A Collection of Theological Tracts, In Six Volumes. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Lord Bishop of Landaff, and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume 5. (I. Of the Truth of the Christian Religion. By David Hartley, M.A., London, 1749. II. Of the Truth of the Christian Religion. By Joseph Addison, Esquire. III. Of the Argument for the Truth of Christianity Arising from the Fulfillment of Our Savior’s Predictions Concerning the Destruction of the Temple, and the City of Jerusalem, and the Dispersion of the Jews. Being the Third Chapter of the First Volume of a Collection of Jewish and Heathen Testimonies to the Truth of the Christian Religion. By Nathaniel Lardner, D.D. 1764. IV. All the Actions Recorded in the Gospels are Probable. By James Macknight. V. Of the Argument for the Truth of the Christian Religion Arising from the Conversion of the World to Christianity; Taken from the Truth of the Gospel History. By James Macknight, D.D., 1763. V. An Essay on the Man of Sin, from Benson’s Paraphrase and Notes on St. Paul’s Epistles. VI. Observations on the History and Evidence of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. By Gilbert West, Esquire, London, 1767.) (1791)

6               A Collection of Theological Tracts, In Six Volumes. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Lord Bishop of Landaff, and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume 6. (I. Eight Charges Delivered to the Clergy of the Dioceses of Oxford and Canterbury. To which are Added, Instructions to Candidates for Orders. By Thomas Secker, L.L.D. Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury London 1769. [The Visitation Charges which have been published, at different times, by the Bishops of the Church of England, relative to the pastoral duties of the Clergy, are many and good, and these by Archbishop Secker deserve as much attention as the best of them. Herbert’s Country Parson, Burnet’s Pastoral Care; Ostervald’s Lectures on the Exercise of the Sacred Ministry; not to speak of Chrysostom and the other Ancients, who have written on the subject, may be very usefully read by serious minded men.] II. A Treatise Concerning the Causes of the Present Corruption of Christians, and the Remedies thereof. By Jean Frederic Ostervald. Translated into English by C. Mutel. Second Edition 1702. [This book was highly esteemed by Bishop Burnet; and indeed all the writings of Mr. Ostervald have been very favorably received in the world in general.] III. The Design of Christianity: or, A Plain Demonstration and Improvement of this Proposition, Viz. That the Enduing men with Inward Real Righteousness, or True Holiness, was the Ultimate End of Our Savior’s Coming into the World, and is the Great Intendment of His Blessed Gospel. By Edward Fowler, D.D. Bishop of Gloucester. Third Edition London 1699. [This work was first published in 1676: there have been several Editions of it since; but not so many as, from the worth of it, might have been expected. Richard Lucas’ Practical Christianity; John Scott’s Christian Life; Richard Allestree’s The Whole Duty of Man; Bishop Jeremy Taylor’s Holy Living and Dying; and Thomas a Kempis’ Of the Imitation of Christ, are works of a similar tendency. Bishop Burnet, in speaking of such kind of books, very truly says, “By the frequent reading of these books, by the relish that one has in them, by the delight they give, and the effects they produce, a man will plainly perceive whether his soul is made for divine matters or not; what suitableness there is between him and them; and whether he is yet touched with such a sense of religion, as to be capable of dedicating himself to it.”] IV. Appendix.) (1791)

7               A Free and Candid Examination of a Pamphlet, Entitled, 'The Substance of a Speech, Intended to have been Spoken in the House of Lords by Richard Watson, Lord Bishop of Llandaff, Nov. 22, 1803; With Strictures thereon. To which are Added, a few Remarks, by the Author, Arising from the Present Position of Affairs, and some Recent Occurrences. (1804)

8               A Letter to Richard Lord Bishop of Landaff, On the Subject of his Lordship's Letter to the Late Archbishop of Canterbury. By Richard Cumberland. (1783)

9               An Address to the People of Great Britain. By Richard Watson, Lord Bishop of Llandaff. First New-York Edition. (1798)

10            An Answer to the Disquisition on Government and Civil Liberty; In a Letter to the Author of Disquisitions on Several Subjects. (1782)

11            An Apology for Christianity, In a Series of Letters, Addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esquire; Author of 'The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.' By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. (1776)

12            An Apology for the Bible. In a Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Paine, Author of  'The Age of Reason.' By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S., Lord Bishop of Llandaff, Etc. (1797)

13            Anecdotes of the Life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff; Written by himself at Different Intervals, and Revised in 1814. Published by his son, Richard Watson, L.L.B. Prebendary of Llandaff and Wells. (1817)

14            Candid Questions, In Eight Letters to Soame Jenyns, Esquire; On the Respective Subjects of his Disquisitions, Lately Published: With some Remarks to the Answerer of his Seventh Disquisition, Respecting the Principles of Mr. Locke. By B. N. Turner, M.A. (1782)

15            Infidelity: Comprising Jenyns' Internal Evidence: Leslie's Method: Lyttelton's Conversion of Paul: Watson's Reply to Gibbon and Paine: A Notice of Hume on Miracles: and An Extract from West on the Resurrection. Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New. York. (1800) (Author: Jenyns, Soame, 1707-1787. View of the internal evidence of the Christian religion; Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. Short and easy method with the deists; Lyttelton, Thomas Lyttelton, Baron, 1744-1779. Conversion of St. Paul; Watson, Richard, 1737-1816. Reply to Gibbon, or, an apology for Christianity; Watson, Richard, 1737-1816. Apology for Christianity)

16            Pictures of Slavery in Church and State: Including Personal Reminiscences, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, Etc. Etc.  With an Appendix, Containing the Views of John Wesley and Richard Watson on Slavery. By Rev. John Dixon Long. A Superannuated Minister of the Philadelphia Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Third Edition. (1857) (Author: Long, John Dixon, 1817-1894; Wesley, John, 1703-1791; Watson, Richard, 1737-1816)

17            Reply to Paine; or, An Apology for the Bible: In Letters to Thomas Paine, Author of 'The Age of Reason,' Part Second. With Notices of Hume’s Denial of Miracles, and Gilbert West’s Order of Events in the Resurrection. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. Bishop of Llandaff, and Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New. York. (1880)

18            The Principles of the Revolution Vindicated in a Sermon Preached before the University of Cambridge, on Wednesday, May 29, 1776. By Richard Watson, D.D., F.R.S. and Regis Professor of Divinity in that University.  (1776)

19            The Proceedings of the House of Lords in the Case of Benjamin Flower, Printer of the Cambridge Intelligencer, for a Supposed Libel on the Bishop of Llandaff: With Prefatory Remarks, and Animadversions on the Writings of the Bishop of Llandaff, the Rev. R. Ramsden, A.M. Fellow of Trinity College, and the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M. Minister of the Baptist Meeting, Cambridge: By the Printer. To which are Added, The Argument in the Court of King’s Bench, on a Motion for a Habeas Corpus, and a Postscript, Containing Remarks on the Judgment of that Court, by Henry Clifford, of Lincoln’s-Inn, Barrister at Law. (1800)

 


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1               A Help for the Right Understanding of the Several Divine Laws and Covenants, Whereby Man has Been Obliged Through the Several Ages of the World to Guide Himself in Order to Eternal Salvation. Wherein the Most Important Points of Religion are Explained and set in a True Light. Chiefly Designed for the Benefit of Young Students in Divinity, but very Useful to be Perused by all Religious Persons, in order to their Right Understanding of God’s most Gracious as well as most Just Dealings with All Mankind, from the Creation to the End of the World. In Two Parts. By the Rev. Dr. Edward Wells, Late Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire, and Bleachy in Bucks. (1729)

2               A Historical Geography of the Old and New Testament: In Two Volumes. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. Volume 1 (1809)

3               A Historical Geography of the Old and New Testament: In Two Volumes. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. Volume 2 (1809)

4               A Letter from a Minister of the Church of England (E. Wells) to Mr. Peter Dowley, a Dissenting Teacher of the Presbyterian or else Independent Persuasion. The Third Edition. (1706)

5               A Letter to a Friend, Concerning the Great Sin of Taking God's Name in Vain. Whereunto are Added, One or Two Remarks Concerning Vain or Common Swearing. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. (1714)

6               A Letter to the Reverend Dr. Clarke, Rector of St. James, Westminster, In Answer to his Letter to Dr. Wells. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. (1713)

7               A Second Letter to the Reverend Dr. Clarke, Rector of St. James, Westminster: Being an Answer to the Close of his Reply to Mr. Nelson: Together with Part of Two Letters from Mr. Nelson, Wherein Notice is Taken of Dr. Clarke’s Most Foul Quotations; With Suitable Inferences from the Same. There is also Added, a Postscript, Wherein are Laid Open Dr. Clarke’s False Reasoning Concerning the Divine Existence and Supremacy, Etc. By Edward Wells, D.D., Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. (1715)

8               A Treatise Concerning the Harmony of the Four Gospels: Together with a Table, Representing in One Easy and Clear View the Harmony of the Four Gospels; so Far Forth as Relates to the Order of Time, Wherein the Several Passages of the Gospel History did Succeed One Another. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. (1718)

9               Dr. Wells's Examination of the Remarks on his Letter to Mr. Peter Dowley. Part I. In a Letter to a Dissenting Parishioner. The Second Edition. (1710)

10            Remarks on Dr. Clarke's Introduction to his Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. (1713)

11            Some Testimonies of the Most Eminent English Dissenters, as Also of Foreign Reformed Churches and Divines, Concerning the Lawfulness of the Rites  and Ceremonies of the Church of England, and the Unlawfulness of Separating from it. Second Edition. (1706)

12            The Duty of Being Grieved for the Sins of Others, Briefly set Forth in a Sermon on Ps. 119, Preached in St. Martin's Church in Leicester, on April 26, 1710. At the Visitation of the Rev. the Archdeacon of Leicester. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire. Published at the Request of the Rev. Archdeacon and Clergy. (1710)

13            The Invalidity of Presbyterian Ordination Proved from the Presbyterians' Own Doctrine of the Twofold Order: or A Summary View of what has Passed in Controversy Between Dr. Wells and Mr. Peirce Concerning the Invalidity of Presbyterian Ordination. By Edward Wells. (1707)

14            The Rich Man’s Duty to Contribute Liberally to the Building, Rebuilding, Repairing, Beautifying, and Adorning of Churches. (1840)

 


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1               A Concise View of the Principal Points of Controversy Between the Protestant and Roman Churches. (1817)

2               A Poetical Epistle to George Washington, Esq., Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, Originally Published in 1778. (1891)

3               The Remains of the Rev. Charles Wharton, D.D. with a Memoir of his Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1834) (Author: Wharton, Charles Henry, 1748-1833; Doane, George Washington, 1799-1859)

4               The Remains of the Rev. Charles Wharton, D.D. with a Memoir of his Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1834) (Author: Wharton, Charles Henry, 1748-1833; Doane, George Washington, 1799-1859)

 


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1               A Rational Illustration of the Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the use of the Church of England: The Whole being the Substance of Everything Material in Bishop Sparrow, Mr. L’Estrange, Dr. Comber, Dr. Nicholls, and in All Former Ritualists, Commentators, or Others, upon the same Subject. By Charles Wheatly, M.A. Vicar of Brent and Furneux Pelham in Hertfordshire, and Formerly Fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford. With Additional Notes by G. E. Corrie, D.D. Master of Jesus College. (1867)

2               The Nicene and Athanasian Creeds, so far as they are Expressive of a Co-Equal and Co-Eternal Trinity in Unity, and of Perfect Godhead and Manhood in One Only Christ, Explained and Confirmed by the Holy Scriptures; in a Manner Adapted to Common Apprehensions. In Eight Sermons Preached in Part at the Lady Moyer’s Lecture in the Cathedral of St. Paul, London, in the Years 1733 and 1734. And Since Completed; with Large Additions, Notes, and References, for the use of the Religious and Studious Youth, in our Two Universities. By Charles Wheatly, M.A. Vicar of Furneux Pelham, in Hartfordshire.  (1738)

 


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

2               The Cambridge Platonists - Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamine Whichcote, John Smith, and Nathanael Culverwel With an Introduction by E.T. Campagnac, M.A. Sometime Scholar of University College, Oxford, Assistant-Lecturer in Classics in University College, Cardiff. (1901)

3               The Works of Benjamin Whichcote, D. D., Rector of St. Lawrence Jewry, London. In Four Volumes Volume 1. (I. Some Account of the Life of Dr. Benjamin Whichcote. II. Discourse 1. The Shortness of Human Charity. Jonah 4:1,2. III. Discourse 2. The Perfection of the Mercy of God. Joel 2:13. IV. Discourse 3. The Difference of Times with Respect to Religion. Psalms 95:7. V. Discourse 4. The Joy which the Righteous have in God. Psalms 33:1. VI. Discourses 5-7. The Secret Blasting of Men. Psalms 39:11. VII. Discourse 8. Preached before the Honorable the House of Commons, Feb. 4, 1673. Jeremiah 6:8. VIII. Discourse 9. The Danger of Unfaithfulness to God. Hebrews 3:12. IX. Discourse 10. The Malignity of Popery. James 3:18 X. Discourse 11. The Deceitfulness of Sin. Hebrews 3:13. XI. Discourses 12-16. The Conversion of a Sinner. Ezekiel 18:27. XII. Discourses 17-20. The True Valuation of Man. Luke 16:25. XIII. Discourse 21. The Necessary Repentance of a Sinner. Isaiah 1:16. XIV. Discourses 22 and 23. The Exercise and Progress of a Christian. XV. Discourse 24. The Practice of those who are Improved, Phil 3:14.) (1751)

4               The Works of Benjamin Whichcote, D. D., Rector of St. Lawrence Jewry, London. In Four Volumes Volume 2. (I. Discourse 25. That those who are Truly Religious will be Delivered from all Dangerous Errors about Religion. Phil. 3:15,16. II. Discourse 26. The Unity of the Church Maintained by Christians. Phil. 3:15,16. III. Discourse 27. The Frailty of Human Nature. Genesis 3:19. IV. Discourse 28. The Instruction from the Judgments of God. Isaiah 26:9. V. Discourse 29. The Justice of One Man towards Another. Micah 6:8. VI. Discourses 30-33. The Nature of Salvation by Christ. II Timothy 1:9,10. VI. Discourses 34 and 35. The Worth of Religion and Suffering for it. Phil. 3:7,8. VII. Discourses 36-38. Our Conversation is in Heaven. Phil. 3:20. VIII. Discourses 39 and 40. The Moral Part of Religion Enforced by Christianity. Titus 2:11,12. IX. Discourses 41 and 42. The Reconciliation of Sinners, by the Death of Christ. Hebrews 2:17. X. Discourses 43-45. The Mediation of Christ the Grand Institution of God. Col. 3:17. XI. Discourses 46 and 47. The Arguments by which men should be Persuaded to Reconcile unto God. II Cor. 5:20,21. XII. Discourse 48. The Essence of Religion a Disposition for God. XIII. Discourse 49. The Decency of Life Recommended by Religion. Romans 13:13.) (1751)

5               The Works of Benjamin Whichcote, D. D., Rector of St. Lawrence Jewry, London. In Four Volumes Volume 3. (I. Earl of Shaftesbury’s Preface. II. Discourses 50 and 51. The Glorious Evidence and Power of Divine Truth. John 7:46. III. Discourses 52 and 53. The Venerable Nature and Transcendent Benefit if Christian Religion. Romans 1:16. IV. Discourses 54-56. The Absolute Necessity of Religious Obedience, and Unavoidable Perdition of the Disobedient. Romans 1:17,18. V. Discourses 57 and 58. The Illustrious Manifestations of God, and the Inexcusable Ignorance of Men. Romans 1:19,20. VI. Discourses 59 and 60. The Unnatural Ingratitude of the Profane and Irreligious. Romans 1:21. VII. Discourses 61-63. The Miserable Degeneracy of men Through their Affectation of Atheism and Practice of Wickedness. Romans 1:21,22,28,32. VIII. Discourses 64-66. The Direful Vengeance which falls upon the Souls of Incorrigible Sinners. Romans 1:29.27 last part. IX. Discourses 67 and 68. Whatsoever Things are True. Phil. 4:8. X. Discourses 69 and 70. Whatsoever Things are Honest. Phil. 4:8.) (1751)

6               The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, D. D., Rector of St. Lawrence Jewry, London. In Four Volumes Volume 4. (I. Discourses 71-73. Whatsoever Things are Just. Phil. 4:8. II. Discourse 74. Whatsoever Things are Holy. Phil. 4:8. III. Discourse 75. Whatsoever Things are Lovely. Phil. 4:8. IV. Discourse 76. Whatsoever Things are of Good Report. Phil. 4:8. V. Discourse 77. If There be any Virtue. Phil 4:8. VI. Discourse 78. If There be any Praise. Phil 4:8. VII. Discourse 79. Think on These Things. Phil. 4:8. VIII. Discourse 80. The Importance of Forgiveness of Sin, and its Certainty to the Penitent. Acts 13:38. IX. Discourse 81. The Great Benefits that Accrue to us by Our Savior’s being in our Nature. Acts 13:23. X. Discourse 82. The Obligations and Advantages of Good-Will. Ephesians 4:31,32. XI. Discourse 83. The Excellence of a Meek and Quiet Spirit. I Peter 3:4. XII. Discourse 84. The Effect, Intent, and Issue of Religion. Psalms 18:21-23. XIII. Discourses 85-87. Men have Nothing to Glory of but Religion. Jeremiah 9:23,24. XIV. Discourses 88-90. God Hates Wickedness. Psalms 5:4,5. XV. Discourse 91. The Great Matters of Religion. Psalms 5:4,5. XVI. Discourses 92-97. The Great Instances of Wickedness. Psalms 5:4,5. XVII. The Prayer.) (1751)

 


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1               A True Discourse of the Present Estate of Virginia, and the Success of the Affairs there till the 18th of June, 1614. Together with a Relation of the Several English Towns and Forts, the Assured hopes of that Country and the Peace Concluded with the Indians. The Christening of Powhatan's Daughter, (Pocahontas renamed Rebecca) and her Marriage to an English-Man. Written by Raphe Hamor the younger, Late Secretary in that Colony. (Facsimile reprint of 1615 Edition.)

2               Good News from Virginia: A Sermon. By Alexander Whitaker. (Facsimile of 1613 Edition.)

 


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1               Mary Queen of Scots Vindicated. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1788)

2               Mary Queen of Scots Vindicated. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1787)

3               Mary Queen of Scots Vindicated. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1787)

 



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1               A Sermon on Deut. 5:29 Preached at the Assizes at Aylesbury in the County of Bucks, on March 5, 1705 or 1706, and at Chelmsford on March 14, 1705/06 before the Right Honorable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and Mr. Justice Tracy. By Thomas White, M.A. Fellow of Wadham College, Oxon. Published at the Desire of the High Sheriffs and Grand Juries of both Counties. (1706)

 


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1               Archdeacon Wilberforce, by Clinton Edgar Woods. (1917)

2               Basil Wilberforce, a Memorial. (1917) (Author: Russell, George William, 1867-1935)

3               Spiritual Consciousness. (1913)

4               The Trinity of Evil, I. Infidelity. II. Impurity. III. Intemperance. (1886)

5               There is No Death. (1916)

 


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1               The Life of the Right Reverend Ernest Roland Wilberforce, First Bishop of Newcastle-on-Tyne and Afterward Bishop of Chichester. (1912) (Author: Atlay, J. B. (James Beresford), 1860-1912)

 


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1               Brazil Viewed through a Naval Glass: With Notes on Slavery and the Slave Trade. (1856)

2               Franz Schubert, A Musical Biography. (1866) (Author: Kreissle, Heinrich von, 1812-1869; Wilberforce, Edward, 1834-1914)

3               Social Life in Munich. (1864)

 


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1               The Sacramental and Priestly System Examined: or, Strictures on Archdeacon Wilberforce’s Works on the Incarnation and Eucharist. (1854)                  

 


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1               A Charge Delivered at the Triennial Visitation of the Diocese, November, 1857. (1857)

2               A Charge to the Diocese of Oxford, at his Third Visitation, November, 1854. (1854)

3               A Charge, Delivered at the Ordinary Visitation of the Archdeaconry of Surrey, November, 1842. (1842)

4               A Charge, Delivered to the Candidates for Ordination. And a Sermon, Preached at the General Ordination. (1847)

5               A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America. (1849)

6               A Reproof of the American Church. (1846)

7               A Review of the Bishop of Oxford's Counsel to the American Clergy, with Reference to the Institution of Slavery. (1848) (Author: Berry, Philip. [from old catalog] Subject: Wilberforce, Samuel, successively bp. of Oxford and of Winchester, 1805-1873; Slavery -- United States; Slavery and the church -- Episcopal Church)

8               Addresses to the Candidates for Ordination, on the Questions in the Ordination Service. (1885)

9               A Sermon Preached at St. Aldate's Church, Oxford, on behalf of a Proposed Church and Parsonage House at Headington Quarry. (1847)

10            Agathos, The Rock Island, and Other Sunday Stories and Parables. (1908)

11            Bishop Wilberforce. (Bishop of Winchester) (1891) (Author: Daniell, George William, 1853-1931)

12            'Cast in Meal,' or, Poison Rendered Harmless, A Sermon Preached. (1861)

13            Christ Our Example in Seeking the Lost, A Sermon Preached before the Church Penitentiary Association. (1853)

14            Christ the Healer, A Sermon. (1856) (Subject: Church of England; House of Mercy (Clewer, England))

15            Essays Contributed to the Quarterly Review. In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1874)

16            Essays Contributed to the Quarterly Review. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1874)

17            Faith and Free Thought, A Second Course of Lectures Delivered at the Request of the Christian Evidence Society. (1873)

18            Fellowship in Joy and Sorrow, A Sermon Preached in Her Majesty's Royal Chapel in Windsor Castle, on the Sunday Preceding the Marriage of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales, on March 8, 1863. (1863)

19            Four Sermons Preached before Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria in 1841 and 1842. (1842)

20            Half-Repentance, A Sermon Preached in the Church of St. Mary-the-Virgin, Oxford, on Ash-Wednesday, 1857. (1857)

21            He, Being Dead, Yet Speaketh. (1873)

22            Heroes of Hebrew History. (1890)

23            Journals and Letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn, B.D., Late Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and Chaplain to the Honorable East India Company. Edited by the Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, M.A., Rector of Brighstone. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1837)

24            Journals and Letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn, B.D., Late Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and Chaplain to the Honorable East India Company. Edited by the Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, M.A., Rector of Brighstone. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1837)

25            Journals and Letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn, B.D., Late Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and Chaplain to the Honorable East India Company. Edited by the Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, M.A., Rector of Brighstone. A New Edition, Abridged. (1839)

26            Lenten Sermons, Preached on the Evening of each Wednesday and Friday During the Season of Lent, 1858, in the Churches of St. Mary-the-Virgin, St. Giles, and St. Ebbe, Oxford; with a Preface by Samuel Wilberforce, Lord Bishop of Oxford. (1858)

27            Letter to the Bishop of Oxford, My Dear Bishop. (From Maria Weston Chapman 1806-1885 to Samuel Wilberforce.) (1845)

28            Life of the Right Reverend Samuel Wilberforce, With Selections from his Diaries and Correspondence. In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (1880)

29            Life of the Right Reverend Samuel Wilberforce, With Selections from his Diaries and Correspondence. In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (1880)

30            Life of the Right Reverend Samuel Wilberforce, With Selections from his Diaries and Correspondence. In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (1880)

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

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

33            Our Reception of the Truth of Christ’s Message, a Part of our Moral Probation: A Sermon Preached before the University of Oxford, on the Fifth Sunday in Lent, on March 9th, 1856. (1856)

34            Personal Responsibility of Man, Sermons Preached in Oxford by the Lord Bishop of Oxford, and Others. (1869)

35            Proceedings of the Newfoundland and British North America Society for Educating the Poor. (microfilm) (1842) (Author: Newfoundland and British North America Society for Educating the Poor; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873)

36            Rome her New Dogma and our Duties. A Sermon, Preached before the University, at St. Mary's Church, Oxford. (1855)

37            Samuel Wilberforce: Faith, Service, Recompense, Three Sermons. By Thomas Pinches, M.A., Curate of Portskewett with St. Pierre. With a Portrait of Bishop Wilberforce.(1878)

38            Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, Second Series, from 1847 to 1862. (1863)

39            Sermons Preached on Various Occasions. (1877)

40            Sermons. (1849)

41            Six Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, In St. Mary's Church, In the Years, 1837, 1838, and 1839. (1848)

42            Sketch of the Life of the Rev. John Sargent. (1861)

43            Speeches on Missions. (1874)

44            The Catechist's Manual with an Introduction. (1865)

45            The Conflict of Christ in His Church with Spiritual Wickedness in High Places, Sermons Preached before the Season of Lent, 1866, In Oxford. (1866)

46            The Duty of Members of the Church of England in Time of Controversy, A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of Reigate, at the Visitation of the Venerable Samuel Wilberforce, Archdeacon of Surrey. (1843)

47            The Enduring Conflict of Christ with the sin that is in the World, Sermons Preached during Lent, 1865, In Oxford. (1865)

48            The Life of Mrs. Godolphin. (1848) (Author: Evelyn, John, 1620-1706; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873 Subject: Godolphin, Margaret Blagge, 1652-1678)

49            The Note Book of a Country Clergyman. (1833)

50            The Position of the Right Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, Lord Bishop of Oxford, in Reference to Ritualism. By Charles Portales Golightly 1807-1885. (1867)

51            The Prophets of the Lord, Their Message to their own Age and to ours, Sermons during Lent, 1869, in Oxford. (1870)

52            The Revelation of God the Probation of Man, Two Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, on Sunday, Jan. 27, & Feb. 3, 1861. (1861)

53            The Rocky Island, and Other Parables. (1841)

54            The Victor in the Conflict, Sermons Preached During the Season of Lent, 1867, in Oxford. By the Lord Bishop of Oxford, and Others. (1868)

55            The Word of the Lord to Ebed-Melech the Ethiopian, A Sermon Preached in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury. (1860)

56            Words of Counsel on some of the Chief Difficulties of the Day, Bequeathed to the Church in the Writings of Samuel Wilberforce. (1875)

 


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1               A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Addressed to the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants of Yorkshire. (1807)

2               A Letter to William Wilberforce...With Hints Respecting the Means by which a Universal Abolition of the Slave Trade Might be Carried into Effect. (1815)

3               A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Higher and Middle Classes. (1797)

4               An Appeal to the Religion, Justice, and Humanity of the Inhabitants of the British Empire, in Behalf of the Negro Slaves in the West Indies. (1823)

5               Family Prayers. Edited by R. I. Wilberforce (1834)

6               Fathers of the Victorians; the Age of Wilberforce.  (1961)

7               Men Worthy to Lead, Being Lives of John Howard, William Wilberforce, Thomas Chalmers, Thomas Arnold, Samuel Budgett, John Foster. (1890)

8               Poems by Mrs. Anna Laetitia Barbauld 1743-1825, To which is Added, an Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esquire. (1820)

9               Private Papers of William Wilberforce. (1897)

10            Some Eighteenth Century Churchmen, Glimpses of English Church Life in the Eighteenth Century. (1920) (Samuel Johnson; George Whitefield; John Wesley; John Newton; William Cowper; Bishop Porteus; Bishop Watson; Hannah More; George Crabbe; William Wilberforce) (Author: May, G. Lacey)

11            Substance of the Speeches of W. Wilberforce, Esq. on the Clauses in the East-India Bill for Promoting the Religious Instruction, Etc. (1813)

12            The Correspondence of William Wilberforce. In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1840)

13            The Correspondence of William Wilberforce. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1841)

14            The Later Evangelical Fathers, John Thornton, John Newton, William Cowper, Thomas Scott, Richard Cecil, William Wilberforce, Charles Simeon, Etc. (1879)

15            The Life of William Wilberforce. In Five Volumes. By Robert Isaac Wilberforce 1802-1857. Volume 1. (1833) (Author: Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873; Morris, Caspar, 1805-1884)

16            The Life of William Wilberforce. In Five Volumes. By Robert Isaac Wilberforce 1802-1857. Volume 2. (1833) (Author: Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873; Morris, Caspar, 1805-1884)

17            The Life of William Wilberforce. In Five Volumes. By Robert Isaac Wilberforce 1802-1857. Volume 3. (1833) (Author: Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873; Morris, Caspar, 1805-1884)

18            The Life of William Wilberforce. In Five Volumes. By Robert Isaac Wilberforce 1802-1857. Volume 4. (1833) (Author: Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873; Morris, Caspar, 1805-1884)

19            The Life of William Wilberforce. In Five Volumes. By Robert Isaac Wilberforce 1802-1857. Volume 5. (1833) (Author: Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873; Morris, Caspar, 1805-1884)

20            The Speech of W. Wilberforce, Esq., Representative for the County of York, on Wed., May 13, 1789, On the Question of the Abolition of the Slave Trade. (1789)

 


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1               A Plain and Easy Method for Preserving (by God's Blessing) those that are Well from the Infection of the Plague, or Any Contagious Distemper, in City, Camp, Fleet, Etc. and for Curing such as are Infected with it. Written in the Year 1666. By Thomas Willis, M.D. Late Sidney Professor in Oxford, and a Member of the Royal Society and College of Physicians in London. Never Before Printed. (1691)

2               English Physicians of the Past; Short Sketches of the Life and Work of Linacre, Gilbert, Harvey, Glisson, Willis, Sydenham, Mead, Herberden, Baker, j. & P.M. Latham, Bright. (1923) (Author: Williamson, Richard Thomas, 1862-)

2               The London Practice of Physic: or The Whole Practical Part of Physic Contained in the Works of Dr. Willis. Faithfully made English, and Printed Together for the Public Good. (1685)

 


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1               The Life of Thomas Wilson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. Volume 1 (1863)

2               The Life of Thomas Wilson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. Volume 2

1               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 1. (I. The Life of the Right Reverend, Thomas Wilson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. Compiled, Chiefly from Original Documents, by the Rev. John Keble, M.A., Vicar of Hursley.) (1847)

2               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 2. (I. Sermons 1-50.) (1847)

3               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 3. (I. Sermons 51-94.) (1847)

4               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 4. (I. Instructions for such as have Learned the Church Catechism. II. An Instruction for the Indians. III. A Short Introduction to the Lord’s Supper.) (1847)

5               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5. (I. Sacra Privata. II. Supplement to Sacra Privata. III. Maxims of Piety and Morality. IV. Supplement to Maxims of Piety and Morality.) (1847)

6               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6. (I. Notes on the Holy Scriptures.) (1847)

7               The Works of the Right Rev., Thomas Wilson, D. D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man. In Seven Volumes. Volume 7. (I. Parochialia. II. Other Tracts and Fragments. III. A General Index.) (1847)

 


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1               An Essay on the Proper Lessons, Appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England, to be Read on Sundays and Chief Festivals, Throughout the Year, As they are Directed by her Table of Proper Lessons. To which are Prefixed, Prefaces, Pointing out the Design of the Respective Lessons. Together with such Reflections on the Several Passages Contained therein, as may Serve to Enforce the Duties and Doctrines Propounded to our Faith and Practice. And also, Some Explanatory Notes. The Whole Intended for Assisting the Judgment and Devotion of the Serious Members of our Church in Hearing and Reading the said Lessons. By William Wogan, Esquire; Late of Ealing in Middlesex. In Four Volumes. The Third Edition. Volume 1. (1765)

2               An Essay on the Proper Lessons, Appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England, to be Read on Sundays and Chief Festivals, Throughout the Year, As they are Directed by her Table of Proper Lessons. To which are Prefixed, Prefaces, Pointing out the Design of the Respective Lessons. Together with such Reflections on the Several Passages Contained therein, as may Serve to Enforce the Duties and Doctrines Propounded to our Faith and Practice. And also, Some Explanatory Notes. The Whole Intended for Assisting the Judgment and Devotion of the Serious Members of our Church in Hearing and Reading the said Lessons. By William Wogan, Esquire; Late of Ealing in Middlesex. In Four Volumes. The Third Edition. Volume 2. (1767)

3               An Essay on the Proper Lessons, Appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England, to be Read on Sundays and Chief Festivals, Throughout the Year, As they are Directed by her Table of Proper Lessons. To which are Prefixed, Prefaces, Pointing out the Design of the Respective Lessons. Together with such Reflections on the Several Passages Contained therein, as may Serve to Enforce the Duties and Doctrines Propounded to our Faith and Practice. And also, Some Explanatory Notes. The Whole Intended for Assisting the Judgment and Devotion of the Serious Members of our Church in Hearing and Reading the said Lessons. By William Wogan, Esquire; Late of Ealing in Middlesex. In Four Volumes. The Third Edition. Volume 3. (1767)

4               An Essay on the Proper Lessons, Appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England, to be Read on Sundays and Chief Festivals, Throughout the Year, As they are Directed by her Table of Proper Lessons. To which are Prefixed, Prefaces, Pointing out the Design of the Respective Lessons. Together with such Reflections on the Several Passages Contained therein, as may Serve to Enforce the Duties and Doctrines Propounded to our Faith and Practice. And also, Some Explanatory Notes. The Whole Intended for Assisting the Judgment and Devotion of the Serious Members of our Church in Hearing and Reading the said Lessons. By William Wogan, Esquire; Late of Ealing in Middlesex. In Four Volumes. The Third Edition. Volume 4. (1768)

 


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1               Examination of the Notion of Moral Good and Evil Advanced in a Late Book, Entitled, ‘The Religion of Nature Delineated.’ (1725) (Author: Clarke, John, 1687-1734 Subject: Wollaston, William, 1660-1724; Ethics; Good and evil; Casuistry)

2               The Ethics of William Wollaston by Clifford Griffeth Thompson, M.A., B.D., D.D., Ph.D. Professor in Emory University. A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University, in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. (1922) (Author: Thompson, Clifford Griffeth, 1882-)

3               The Religion of Nature Delineated. The Third Edition. (1738)

 


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1               Athenae Oxonienses - an Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who had Their Education in the University of Oxford. To which are Added The Fasti, or Annals of the Said University. By Anthony A. Wood, M.A. of Merton College. A New Edition, with Additions, and a Continuation. By Philip Bliss, Fellow of St. John’s College. Volume 1. (1813)

2               Athenae Oxonienses - an Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who had Their Education in the University of Oxford. To which are Added The Fasti, or Annals of the Said University. By Anthony A. Wood, M.A. of Merton College. A New Edition, with Additions, and a Continuation. By Philip Bliss, Fellow of St. John’s College. Volume 2. (1815)

3               Athenae Oxonienses - an Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who had Their Education in the University of Oxford. To which are Added The Fasti, or Annals of the Said University. By Anthony A. Wood, M.A. of Merton College. A New Edition, with Additions, and a Continuation. By Philip Bliss, Fellow of St. John’s College. Volume 3. (1817)

4               Athenae Oxonienses - an Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who had Their Education in the University of Oxford. To which are Added The Fasti, or Annals of the Said University. By Anthony A. Wood, M.A. of Merton College. A New Edition, with Additions, and a Continuation. By Philip Bliss, Fellow of St. John’s College. Volume 4. (1820)

5               The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632-1695, Described by Himself. Collected from his Diaries and Other Papers by Andrew Clark, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln College and Vicar of St. Michael’s, Oxford. With Illustrations. Volume 1. (1632-1663.) (1891)

6               The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632-1695, Described by Himself. Collected from his Diaries and Other Papers by Andrew Clark, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln College and Vicar of St. Michael’s, Oxford. With Illustrations. Volume 2. (1664-1681.) (1892)

7               The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632-1695, Described by Himself. Collected from his Diaries and Other Papers by Andrew Clark, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln College and Vicar of St. Michael’s, Oxford. With Illustrations. Volume 3. (1682-1695.) (1894)

8               The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632-1695, Described by Himself. Collected from his Diaries and Other Papers by Andrew Clark, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln College and Vicar of St. Michael’s, Oxford. With Illustrations. Volume 4. (Addenda.) (1895)

 


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1               The Christian Manual; or, Of the Life and Manners of True Christians. By John Woolton, D.D., Bishop of Exeter. Edited for the Parker Society, for the Publication of the Works of the Fathers and Early Writers of the Reformed English Church. (1851)

 


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1               Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the History of Religion in England; From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution; Selected and Illustrated with Notes, By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Late Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Rector of Buxted, with Ukfield, Sussex. Third Edition, with Many Additional Historical and Biographical Notes. In Four Volumes. Volume 1. (1839) (Vol. 1. Introduction, from Dr. John Inett and Dr. Richard Bentley; The British Church; and the Anglican; King Henry II; and Archbishop Becket; National churches. Papal usurpations on the rights of the civil government; King john, the barons, and Pope Innocent the Third; Papal usurpations in Church and State, Origin and progress of. General recapitulation; Doctrinal corruptions of popery: John Wickliffe: William Thorpe: Lord Cobham: Supplementary extracts: Dean Colet, by Erasmus: Cardinal Wolsey, by Cavendish.)

2               Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the History of Religion in England; From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution; Selected and Illustrated with Notes, By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Late Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Rector of Buxted, with Ukfield, Sussex. Third Edition, with Many Additional Historical and Biographical Notes. In Four Volumes. Volume 2. (1839) (Vol. 2. Thomas Bilney: Sir Thomas More: William Tindall: Cromwell, Earl of Essex: John Rogers: Bishop Hooper: Doctor Rowland Taylor: Bishop Latimer.)

3               Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the History of Religion in England; From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution; Selected and Illustrated with Notes, By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Late Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Rector of Buxted, with Ukfield, Sussex. Third Edition, with Many Additional Historical and Biographical Notes. In Four Volumes. Volume 3. (1839) (Vol. 3. Bishop Ridley: Archbishop Cranmer: Thomas Mountain: Bishop Jewel: Bernard Gilpin: Richard Hooker: Archbishop Whitgift: Doctor John Donne.)

4               Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the History of Religion in England; From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution; Selected and Illustrated with Notes, By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Late Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Rector of Buxted, with Ukfield, Sussex. Third Edition, with Many Additional Historical and Biographical Notes. In Four Volumes. Volume 4. (1839) (Vol. 4. George Gerbert: Sir Henry Wotton: Nicholas Ferrar: Bishop Hall: Dr. Henry Hammond: Bishop Sanderson: Richard Baxter: Sir Matthew Hale: Earl of Rochester: Archbishop Tillotson.)

5               Six  Letters to Granville Sharp, Esquire, Respecting his Remarks on the uses of the Definitive Article, in the Greek Text of the New Testament. By Christopher Wordsworth, M.A. (1802)

6               “Who Wrote Eikon Basilike?” Considered and Answered, In Two Letters, Addressed to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. By the Rev. Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Rector of Buxted, with Ukfield, Sussex. (1824)

 


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1               A Church History. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Bishop of Lincoln. Second Edition. Volume 1. (To the Council of Nicaea A.D. 325.) (1881)

2               A Church History. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Bishop of Lincoln. Second Edition. Volume 2. (From the Council of Nicaea, A.D. 325 to the Council of Constantinople, A.D. 381.) (1883)

3               A Church History. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Bishop of Lincoln. Second Edition. Volume 3. (Continuation From the Council of Constantinople, A.D. 381.) (1883)

4               A Church History. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Bishop of Lincoln. Second Edition. Volume 4. (Continuation to the Council of Chalcedon, A.D. 451; and Conclusion with an Index to the Whole Work.) (1883)

5               A Defense of the Queen's Supremacy Against Romish Aggressions: In Two Letters to a Friend in France. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Canon of St. Peter’s, Westminster. (1846)

6               A Letter to the Members of Lincoln College, Oxford: On Certain Proposed Changes in their College. (1880)

7               A Letter to the University of Oxford Commissioners On the Announcement of their Intention to make Statues for Brasenose and Lincoln Colleges. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln and Visitor of those Colleges. (1879)

8               A Pastoral Letter on the Proposed Mission at Lincoln: February 19-27, 1876. (1875)

9               A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of Lincoln; By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. (1869)

10            A Pastoral to the Wesleyan Methodists in the Diocese of Lincoln, by the Bishop of Lincoln. A New Edition. With a Friendly Appeal on the Owston Epitaph. (1875)

11            A Plea for Toleration by Law, In Certain Ritual Matters; With Reference to the Public Worship Regulation Bill. By the Bishop of Lincoln. (1874)

12            Athens and Attica: Journal of a Residence There. By the Rev. Christopher Wordsworth, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, and Late Public Orator in the University of Cambridge, Correspondent of the Archaeological Institute at Rome, and Head Master of Harrow School. Second Edition. (1837)

13            Christopher Wordsworth, Bishop of Lincoln, 1807-1885. By John Henry Overton, Canon of Lincoln and Rector of Epworth and Elizabeth Wordsworth, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. With Portraits. (1888)

14            Diary in France, Mainly on Topics Concerning Education and the Church. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Canon of St. Peter’s, Westminster. (1845)

15            Diocesan Addresses Delivered at his Third Triennial Visitation, in the Year 1876. (1876)

16            Diocesan Synods and Diocesan Conferences: Their Distinct Character and Different uses: an Address Delivered in the Diocesan Synod, held in the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, on Wednesday, September 20, 1871. (1871)

17            Dr. Wordsworth on the Repeal of the Popish Penalties, 1847. (1847)

18            Elements of Instruction Concerning the Church. (1851)

19            Greece, Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Lord Bishop of Lincoln. (1839) (Author: Wordsworth, Christopher, 1807-1885; Brandard, Robert, 1805-1862; Radclyffe, Edward, 1810-1863; Appleton, J. W., fl. 1834-43; Bentley, J. C., (Joseph Clayton), 1809-1851; Woods, John, fl. 1835-1850; Wrightson, John, d. 1865; Adlard, Henry; Roberts, Edward John, 1797-1865; Miller, William, 1796-1882; Floyd, William, fl. 1832-1859; Creswick, Thomas, 1811-1869; Dower, John, fl. 1838-1846?; Fielding, Copley, 1787-1855; Sargent, G. F., fl. 1840-1860; Green, W. T., fl. 1837-1872; Smith, John Orrin, 1799-1843; Jackson, John, 1801-1848; Whymper, Josiah Wood, 1813-1903; Slader, Samuel M; Williams, M. A. (Mary Ann), 1788-; Hart, Robert, fl. 1833-1869; Branston, Allen Robert, 1778-1827; Bastin, J. (John), fl. 1840s; Kirchner, John, fl. 1840s; Landells, Ebenezer, 1808-1860; Gray, Charles, engraver, d. 1847; Williams, Thomas, b. ca. 1800; Dickes, William, 1815-1892; Huet, Paul, 1803-1869; Harvey, William, 1796-1866; W. L. Graves & Co. (printer))

20            Guides and Goads. (1883)

21            Inscriptiones Pompeianae; or, Specimens and Facsimiles of Ancient Inscriptions Discovered on the Walls of the Buildings at Pompeii. (1837)

22            John Wycliffe: His Doctrine and Work. An Address at the Lincoln Diocesan Conference, on Thursday, Oct. 16, 1884. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. (1885)

23            Journal of a Tour in Italy, with Reflections on the Present Condition and Prospects of Religion in that Country.  By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Canon of St. Peter’s, Westminster. In Two Volumes. Second Edition. Volume 1. (1863)

24            Journal of a Tour in Italy, with Reflections on the Present Condition and Prospects of Religion in that Country.  By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Canon of St. Peter’s, Westminster. In Two Volumes. Second Edition. Volume 2. (1863)

25            Lectures on the Apocalypse; Critical, Expository, and Practical; Delivered Before the University of Cambridge; By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster; Formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Hulsean Lecturer and Public Orator of the University. Third Edition. (1852)

26            Letter from Bishop Lincoln to the Rev. Canon Hole on Lord Penzance’s Decisions: with Notes. (1877)

27            Letters to M. Gondon, On the Destructive Character of the Church of Rome, Both in Religion and Polity. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster. Second Edition. (1847)

28            Maynooth, the Crown, and the Country; or, A Protest, on Behalf of the Monarchy and the Nation, Against the New Augmented, Permanent, and Uncontrolled Endowment of the Roman Catholic College of Maynooth; The Constitution and Influence of which is Shown, by Evidence Derived from itself, to be Incompatible to Allegiance to the Crown; and Fraught with Danger to the Country, both from within and from without. New Edition, with an Appendix of Documents, and a Postscript. (1845)

29            Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Poet-Laureate, D.C.L. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster. In Two Volumes. Edited by Henry Reed. Volume 1. (1851)

30            Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Poet-Laureate, D.C.L. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster. In Two Volumes. Edited by Henry Reed. Volume 2. (1851)

31            Miscellanies Literary and Religious. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (1879)

32            Miscellanies Literary and Religious. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (1879)

33            Miscellanies Literary and Religious. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (1879)

34            Mormonism and England: A Sermon, Preached in Westminster Abbey, on Sunday Evening, July 28, 1867. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster.(1867)

35            Occasional Sermons, Preached in Westminster Abbey. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster. Second Edition. (1850)

36            On a Proposed Subdivision of Dioceses: A Letter to Viscount Dungannon. (1877)

37            On Confession and Absolution: A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of Lincoln. (1874)

38            On Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister. (1883)

39            On Sisterhoods and Vows: A Letter to the Venerable Sir George Prevost, Bart. (1879) (Author: Wordsworth, Christopher, 1807-1885; Prevost, George, Sir, 1804-1893; Subject: Monasticism and religious orders for women; Vows)

40            On the Athanasian Creed. A Speech by the Bishop of Lincoln in the Upper House of Convocation, on Feb. 8, 1872. Published by Request. (1872)

41            On the Canon of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, and on the Apocrypha: Eleven Discourses, Preached before the University of Cambridge, Being the Hulsean Lectures for the Year 1847. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster; Formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Public Orator of the University. (1848)

42            On the Present Disquietude in the Church: A Letter to the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of Lincoln. (1881)

43            On the Procession of the Holy Spirit, With a Proposal for a Synodical Declaration Thereupon. A Sermon Preached in Lincoln Cathedral on Whitsunday, 1872. By the Bishop of Lincoln. (1872)

44            On the Sale of Church Patronage, and Simony. A Pastoral by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. Second Edition. (1874)

45            Pastoral Letter. (1880)

46            Popery, the Enemy and Falsifier of Scripture: or, Facts and Evidences, Illustrative of the Conduct of the Modern Church of Rome; in Prohibiting the Circulation and Reading of the Holy Scriptures in the Vulgar Tongue; and also of the Falsification of the Sacred Text in Translations of the Bible Executed by Romanists. (1844) (Author: Horne, Thomas Hartwell, 1780-1862) (With: Union of all true Christians possible, desirable, and necessary / Clergyman of the established church -- Maynooth, the crown, and the country / Christopher Wordsworth)

47            “Rejoice with Trembling.” A Sermon Preached in Westminster Abbey, on March 15, 1863, Being the Sunday after the Marriage of His Royal Highness Albert Edward Prince of Wales with the Princess Alexandra of Denmark. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster.  (1863)

48            Results of an Inquiry on Ritual, With Remarks, by the Bishop of Lincoln. (1875)

49            Senates and Synods: Their Respective Functions and uses, with Reference to the “Public Worship Regulation Bill”: With a “Plea for Toleration by Law, in Certain Ritual Matters.” (1874)

50            Sequel to Letters to M. Gondon on the Destructive Character of the Church of Rome, both in Religion and Polity. (1848)

51            Sermons Preached at Harrow School. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Head-Master of Harrow School, and Late Fellow of Trinity College, and Public Orator in the University of Cambridge. (1841)

52            Speech Delivered by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln at a Meeting held in the Corn Exchange, Lincoln, on Monday, Feb. 28, 1870. (1870)

53            St. Hippolytus and the Church of Rome in the Earlier Part of the Third Century. From the Newly-Discovered Philosophumena. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster, and Formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. (1853) (Author: Wordsworth, Christopher, 1807-1885; Hippolytus, Antipope, ca. 170-235 or 6)

54            St. Patrick, His Life and Times. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Cannon of Westminster. Translated into Irish by Thaddeus O’Mahony, of Trinity College, Dublin, Professor of Irish, College of S. Columba. (1854)

55            Ten Addresses at the Triennial Visitation of the Cathedral Church and Diocese of Lincoln in October 1879. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. (1879)

56            The Bishop of Lincoln on the Church of England: Past, Present, and Future. A Sermon Preached by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, before the University of Cambridge, on Sunday, November 18th, 1877. (1878)

57            The Bonn Propositions. Speeches of the Bishops of Winchester and Lincoln, and of the Prolocutor of Canterbury, in the Session of Convocation, Commencing February 15, 1876. With Appendix Containing the Resolutions Adopted at the First and Second Conference of Bonn. (1876) (Author: Browne, Edward Harold, 1811-1891; Wordsworth, Christopher, 1807-1885; Bickersteth, Edward, 1814-1892; Reunion Conference (1874 : Bonn, Germany); Reunion Conference (1875 : Bonn, Germany)) (The Bishop of Winchester is Edward Harold Browne; the Bishop of Lincoln, Christopher Wordsworth; and the prolocutor of Canterbury, Edward Bickersteth)

58            The Bride of Christ. With a Reply to the Work of the Bishop of Lincoln on the Millennium.  (1877) (Author: Bourchier Wrey Savile , Christopher Wordsworth)

59            The Church of England and the Maccabees: or, The History of the Maccabees Considered with Reference to the Present Condition and Prospects of the Church. Two Sermons by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. (1871)

60            The Church of Ireland Her History and Claims: Four Sermons Preached before the University of Cambridge, by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster; Formerly Fellow of Trinity College; Public Orator, and Hulsean Lecturer in the University. (1868)

61            The Epistles of St. Paul in the Original Greek: Arranged in Chronological Order. (1859)

62            The Holy Bible, In the Authorized Version; With Notes and Introductions by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. Volume 1. (The Five Books of Moses.) (1875)

63            The Holy Bible, In the Authorized Version; With Notes and Introductions by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. Volume 2. (Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and Books of Samuel.) (1873)

64            The Holy Bible, In the Authorized Version; With Notes and Introductions by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. Volume 3. (Kings, Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther.) (1873)

65            The Holy Bible, In the Authorized Version; With Notes and Introductions by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. Volume 4. (The Book of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon.) (1872)

66            The Holy Bible, In the Authorized Version; With Notes and Introductions by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. Volume 5. (The Book of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Ezekiel.) (1871)

67            The Holy Bible, In the Authorized Version; With Notes and Introductions by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. Volume 6. (The Book of Daniel, the Minor Prophets, and Index.) (1872)

68            The Holy Year; or, Hymns for Sundays, Holidays, and Other Occasions Throughout the Year: By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster; With Appropriate Tunes, Edited by William Henry Monk, Organist and Director of the Choir, King’s College, London. (1865)

69            The Hope of Glory and the Future of our Universities. Two Sermons Preached Before the University of Cambridge in Ascension-Tide, 1882. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. (1882)

70            The Inspiration of the Bible: Five Lectures, Delivered in Westminster Abbey. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster, Vicar of Stanford in the Vale. (1875)

71            The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: With Introductions and Notes by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster. Fifth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (The Four Gospels.)(1868)

72            The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: With Introductions and Notes by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster. Fifth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (The Acts of the Apostles.)(1867)

73            The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: With Introductions and Notes by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (St. Paul’s Epistles.)(1859)

74            The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: With Introductions and Notes by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster. Fifth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (The General Epistles, Revelation, and Indices.)(1864)

75            The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: With Introductions and Notes by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (The Four Gospels, and Acts of the Apostles.)(1872)

76            The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Original Greek: With Introductions and Notes by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (St. Paul’s Epistles; The General Epistles; The Book of Revelation, and Indexes.) (1872)

77            The Old Catholics and the Cologne Congress of 1872. (1872)

78            The State of the Soul Between Death and the Resurrection. A Sermon Preached at the Church of All Saints, Windsor, on November 21, 1865, Being the Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation-Stone, and of the Consecration; by the Venerable Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster. Printed by Request. Third Edition. (1866)

79            Theophilus Americanus; or, Instruction for the Young Student, Concerning the Church, and the American Branch of it. Chiefly from the Fifth Edition of “Theophilus Anglicanus.” By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Canon of Westminster; Late Head-Master of Harrow School. Edited by Hugh Davey Evans, L.L.D. Fifteenth Edition. (1890)

80            Twelve Addresses Delivered at his Visitation of the Cathedral and Diocese of Lincoln in the Year 1873. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln. New Edition. (1876)

81            Union with Rome. “Is not the Church of Rome the Babylon of the Apocalypse?” An Essay. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Archdeacon of Westminster. (1838)

 


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1               Ceremonies and Processions of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury. (1901)

2               Notes on Mediaeval Services in England, with an Index of Lincoln Services: By Christopher Wordsworth, M.A., Rector of St. Peter and St. Paul’s, Marlborough, Prebendary of Lincoln, and Co-Editor of “Breviarium ad usum Sarum,” Etc. (1898)

3               Scholae Academicae: Some Account of the Studies at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century. By Christopher Wordsworth, M.A. Rector of Glaston, Rutland, Sometime Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Fellow of Peter-House, Author of ‘Social Life at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century.’(1877)

4               Social Life at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century. Compiled by Christopher Wordsworth, M.A., Fellow of Peter-House, And Sometime Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. (1874)

5               Statues of Lincoln Cathedral. (1892) (Author: Lincoln Cathedral; Bradshaw, Henry, 1831-1886; Wordsworth, Christopher, 1848-1938)

6               The Ancient Kalendar of the University of Oxford, from Documents of the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century. Together with Computus Manualis ad usum Oxoniensium from C. Kyrfoth’s Edition, Oxon., 1519-20 (with Seven Facsimiles.) Edited by Christopher Wordsworth for the Oxford Historical Society. (1904)

7               The Fifteenth Century Cartulary of St.  Nicholas's Hospital, Salisbury, with other Records. Edited by Charles Wordsworth, M.A., Master of the Hospital. With 22 Illustrations. (1902)

8               The Manner of the Coronation of King Charles the First of England at Westminster, on Feb. 2, 1626. Edited for the Henry Bradshaw Liturgical Text Society by Christopher Wordsworth, M.A. (1892)

9               The Martyrologium in English after the Use of the Church of Salisbury and as it is Read in Synod with Additions. (1526 Facsimile Edition.) Printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 1526. Edited with Introduction and Notes by F. Procter, M.A., and E. S. Dewick, M.A., F.S.A. (1893)

10            The Old Service-Books of the English Church. By Christopher Wordsworth, M.A. and Henry Littlehales. (1904)

 


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1               A Budget of Paradoxes. By Augustus De Morgan, F.R.A.S., C.P.S., of Trinity College, Cambridge. (Reprinted with the Author’s Additions, from the ‘Athenaeum.’(1872) (Author: De Morgan, Augustus, 1806-1871; De Morgan, Sophia Elizabeth, 1809-1892; Wordsworth Collection)

2               Christopher Wordsworth, Bishop of Lincoln, 1807-1885. (1888) (Author: Overton, John Henry, 1835-1903; Wordsworth, Elizabeth, Dame, 1840-1932)

3               Essays Old and New. By Elizabeth Wordsworth. (1919)

4               Glimpses of the Past. By Elizabeth Wordsworth, Late Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. With Eight Illustrations. (1912)

5               Ladies at Work. Papers on Paid Employments for Ladies. By Experts in the Several Branches. With an Introduction by Lady Jeune. (1893) (Author: St. Helier (Mary Jeune), Jeune baroness Susan Mary Elizabeth St Helier, baroness St . Helier Susan Elizabeth Mary Jeune, Monthly Packet, Dame Elizabeth Wordsworth, Monthly Packet, Fanny L Green)

6               Short Words for Long Evenings. By Elizabeth Wordsworth, Author of ‘Thoughts for the Chimney-Corner.’(1876)

7               St. Christopher, and Other Poems. By Elizabeth Wordsworth. (1890)

8               This Work-A-Day World. Thoughts for Busy People. By Elizabeth Wordsworth. (1883)

9               Thornwell Abbas, by Grant Lloyd. (Pseudonym for Elizabeth Wordsworth.) In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1876)

10            Thornwell Abbas, by Grant Lloyd. (Pseudonym for Elizabeth Wordsworth.) In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1876)

11            Thoughts for the Chimney Corner. By Elizabeth Wordsworth. (1873)

12            Thoughts on the Lord's Prayer. By Elizabeth Wordsworth, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. (1898)

13            William Wordsworth. By Elizabeth Wordsworth, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. (1891)

 


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1               Letters of the Wordsworth Family from 1787 to 1855. Collected and Edited by William Knight. In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (1907)

2               Letters of the Wordsworth Family from 1787 to 1855. Collected and Edited by William Knight. In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (1907)

3               Letters of the Wordsworth Family from 1787 to 1855. Collected and Edited by William Knight. In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (1907)

4               Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Poet-Laureate, D.L.C. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Canon of Westminster. In Two Volumes. Edited by Henry Reed. Volume 1 (1851)

5               Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Poet-Laureate, D.L.C. By Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Canon of Westminster. In Two Volumes. Edited by Henry Reed. Volume 2 (1851)

6               The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 1. (Early Poems.) (1919)

7               The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 2. (1798-1800.) (1919)

8               The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Grasmere Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 3. (The Prelude.) (1911)

9               The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 4. (1801-1805.) (1919)

10            The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 5. (1806-1815.) (1919)

11            The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. In Ten Volumes. Volume 6. (The Excursion.) (1910)

12            The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 7. (1816-1822.) (1919)

13            The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 8. (1823-1833.) (1919)

14            The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. Rydal Edition. In Ten Volumes. Volume 9. (Last Poems.) (1919)

15            The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. In Ten Volumes. Volume 10. (Prefatory Essays, Postscripts, and Notes.) (1911)

16            The Ecclesiastical Sonnets of William Wordsworth, A Critical Edition. By Abbie Findlay Potts, Instructor in English in Vassar College. A Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of Cornell University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. (1922) (Author: Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850; Potts, Abbie Findlay, 1884-1964)

17            The Life of William Wordsworth. By William Knight, LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy, St. Andrews. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1889)

18            The Life of William Wordsworth. By William Knight, LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy, St. Andrews. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1889)

19            The Life of William Wordsworth. By William Knight, LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy, St. Andrews. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1889)

20            The Lives of the Poets-Laureate. With an Introductory Essay on the Title and Office. (1853) (Author: Austin, Wiltshire Stanton, 1826-1875; Ralph, John Rowe Kelley, 1824-1885) (Introductory chapter.--Ben Johnson.--Sir William Davenant.--John Dryden.--Thomas Shadwell.--Nahum Tate.--Nicholas Rowe.--Rev. Laurence Eusden.--Colley Cibber.--William Whitehead.--Rev. Thomas Warton.--Henry James Pye.--Robert Southey.--William Wordsworth)

21            The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind; An Autobiographical Poem. By William Wordsworth. With Notes by A. J. George, A.M., Acting Professor of English Literature in Boston University; Instructor in English Literature in the Newton High School. (1888) (Author: Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850; George, Andrew Jackson, 1855-1907)

22            The Prose Works of William Wordsworth, For the First Time Collected, with Additions from Unpublished Manuscripts. Edited, with Preface, Notes, and Illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, St. George’s, Blackburn, Lancashire. In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (Political and Ethical.) (1876)

23            The Prose Works of William Wordsworth, For the First Time Collected, with Additions from Unpublished Manuscripts. Edited, with Preface, Notes, and Illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, St. George’s, Blackburn, Lancashire. In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (Aesthetical and Literary.) (1876)

24            The Prose Works of William Wordsworth, For the First Time Collected, with Additions from Unpublished Manuscripts. Edited, with Preface, Notes, and Illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, St. George’s, Blackburn, Lancashire. In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (Critical and Ethical.) (1876)

 


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1               A Guide to the County of Wicklow: Illustrated by Engravings, with a Large Map of the County, from Actual Survey. (1827)

2               A Guide to the Giants’ Causeway, and the North East Coast of the County of Antrim; Illustrated by Engravings, after the Designs of George Petrie, Esq., and a Map. (1834) (Author: Wright, G. N. (George Newenham), 1790?-1877; Petrie, George, ill)

3               A Guide to the Lakes of Killarney. (1822)

4               A New and Complete History of the County of York. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1828) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833)

5               A New and Complete History of the County of York. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1831) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833)

6               A Historical Guide to the City of Dublin, Illustrated by Engravings, and a Plan of the City. Second Edition, With Corrections and Additional Articles; also an Itinerary, and Various useful Information for Tourists and Strangers. By George Newenham Wright, A.M. (1825)

7               A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer; Being a Delineation of the Present State of the World, from the most Recent Authorities, Arranged in Alphabetical Order, and Constituting a Systematic Dictionary of Geography. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1834)

8               A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer; Being a Delineation of the Present State of the World, from the most Recent Authorities, Arranged in Alphabetical Order, and Constituting a Systematic Dictionary of Geography. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1835)

9               A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer; Being a Delineation of the Present State of the World, from the most Recent Authorities, Arranged in Alphabetical Order, and Constituting a Systematic Dictionary of Geography. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1836)

10            A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer; Being a Delineation of the Present State of the World, from the most Recent Authorities, Arranged in Alphabetical Order, and Constituting a Systematic Dictionary of Geography. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1837)

11            China, In a Series of Views Displaying the Scenery, Architecture, and Social Habits. of that Ancient Empire. Drawn, from Original and Authentic Sketches, by Thomas Allom, Esquire. With Historical and Descriptive Notices by the Rev, George N. Wright, M. A. In Four Volumes. Volume 1. (1800)

12            China, In a Series of Views Displaying the Scenery, Architecture, and Social Habits. of that Ancient Empire. Drawn, from Original and Authentic Sketches, by Thomas Allom, Esquire. With Historical and Descriptive Notices by the Rev, George N. Wright, M. A. In Four Volumes. Volume 2. (1800)

13            China, In a Series of Views Displaying the Scenery, Architecture, and Social Habits. of that Ancient Empire. Drawn, from Original and Authentic Sketches, by Thomas Allom, Esquire. With Historical and Descriptive Notices by the Rev, George N. Wright, M. A. In Four Volumes. Volume 3. (1800)

14            China, In a Series of Views Displaying the Scenery, Architecture, and Social Habits. of that Ancient Empire. Drawn, from Original and Authentic Sketches, by Thomas Allom, Esquire. With Historical and Descriptive Notices by the Rev, George N. Wright, M. A. In Four Volumes. Volume 4. (1800)

15            Essays on the Active Powers of the Human Mind; An Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense; And an Essay on Quantity. By Thomas Reid, D.D., F.R.S.E., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow. And a Memoir of the Author, By Dugald Stewart. With Notes, Sectional Heads, and a Synoptical Table of Contents by the Rev. George N. Wright, M.A., Etc. (1843) (Author: Reid, Thomas, 1710-1796; Stewart, Dugald, 1753-1828; Wright, G. N. (George Newenham), 1790?-1877. ed)

16            Ireland Illustrated, From Original Drawings, by G. Petrie, R.H.A., W.H. Bartlett, and T.M. Baynes. With Descriptions, by George N. Wright, M.A., Professor of Antiquities to the Royal Hibernian Academy, Etc. (1800)

17            Lancashire, its History, Legends, and Manufacturers; Assisted by Residents in Various Parts of the County. (1843)

18            Life and Times of Louis Phillipe, King of the French. By George N. Wright, M.A. (1842) (Subject: Louis Philippe, King of the French, 1773-1850; France -- History 1789-1815)

19            Life of Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.H., Etc. Etc. By W. H. Maxwell, Author of Stories of Waterloo, The Bivouac, Etc. Etc. In Three Volumes. Volume 1. (1839) (Author: Maxwell, W. H. (William Hamilton), 1792-1850 Subject: Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852)

20            Life of Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.H., Etc. Etc. By W. H. Maxwell, Author of Stories of Waterloo, The Bivouac, Etc. Etc. In Three Volumes. Volume 2. (1840) (Author: Maxwell, W. H. (William Hamilton), 1792-1850 Subject: Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852)

21            Life of Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.H., Etc. Etc. By W. H. Maxwell, Author of Stories of Waterloo, The Bivouac, Etc. Etc. In Three Volumes. Volume 3. (1841) (Author: Maxwell, W. H. (William Hamilton), 1792-1850 Subject: Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852)

22            Rudiments of the Greek Language Upon the Basis of Wettenhall. By the Rev. George N. Wright, A. M. New Edition. (1840)

23            Scenes in North Wales. With Historical Illustrations, Legends, and Biographical Notices. (1833)

24            The Chinese Empire: Historical and Descriptive, Illustrating the Manners and Customs of the Chinese, In a Series of Steel Engravings, From Original Sketches by Thomas Allom, Esquire. Volume 1 (1858)

25            The Eton Greek Grammar: Translated into English, with Additional Notes by G. N. Wright. (1830)

26            The Historical Guide to Bath. (1864)

27            The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1827) Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833; Wright, Thomas)

28            The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1828) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833; Wright, Thomas)

29            The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1828) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833; Wright, Thomas)

30            The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1829) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833; Wright, Thomas)

31            The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Lambeth, and the Archiepiscopal Palace in the County of Surrey. (1827) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833)

32            The History of Greece, by Dr. Goldsmith. In Two Volumes. A New Edition, With Corrections, Improvements, and the Addition of many Important Notes, by the Rev. George N. Wright, A.M. Illustrated by a Map of Ancient Greece. Volume 1. (1821)

33            The History of Greece, by Dr. Goldsmith. In Two Volumes. A New Edition, With Corrections, Improvements, and the Addition of many Important Notes, by the Rev. George N. Wright, A.M. Illustrated by a Map of Ancient Greece. Volume 2. (1821)

34            The History of Greece, from the Earliest State, to the Death of Alexander the Great. To which is added, a Summary Account of the Affairs of Greece, from that Period, to the Sacking of Constantinople by the Othomans. The Eleventh Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1812) (Author: Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774)

35            The History of Greece, from the Earliest State, to the Death of Alexander the Great. To which is added, a Summary Account of the Affairs of Greece, from that Period, to the Sacking of Constantinople by the Othomans. The Eleventh Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1812) (Author: Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774)

36            The Life and Campaigns of Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K.G., Marquess of Douro, Duke of Ciudad Rodrigo, A Grandee of the First Class in Spain, Duke of Vittoria, Count of Vimeira, Marquess of Torres Vedras, Field-Marshal in the Army, Knight Grand Cross of the Bath, Constable of the Tower, Warden of the Chinque Ports, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, A Knight of the most Distinguished Foreign Orders, and Prince of Waterloo. By the Rev. George N. Wright, M.A. In Four Volumes. Volume 2. (1841)

37            The Life and Campaigns of Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K.G., Marquess of Douro, Duke of Ciudad Rodrigo, A Grandee of the First Class in Spain, Duke of Vittoria, Count of Vimeira, Marquess of Torres Vedras, Field-Marshal in the Army, Knight Grand Cross of the Bath, Constable of the Tower, Warden of the Chinque Ports, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, A Knight of the most Distinguished Foreign Orders, and Prince of Waterloo. By the Rev. George N. Wright, M.A. In Four Volumes. Volume 3. (1841)

38            The Life and Campaigns of Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K.G., Marquess of Douro, Duke of Ciudad Rodrigo, A Grandee of the First Class in Spain, Duke of Vittoria, Count of Vimeira, Marquess of Torres Vedras, Field-Marshal in the Army, Knight Grand Cross of the Bath, Constable of the Tower, Warden of the Chinque Ports, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, A Knight of the most Distinguished Foreign Orders, and Prince of Waterloo. By the Rev. George N. Wright, M.A. In Four Volumes. Volume 4. (1841)

39            The Life and Reign of William the Fourth. By George N. Wright, M.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1837) (Author: Wright, G. N. (George Newenham), 1790?-1877; Watkins, John, fl. 1792-1831
Subject:
William IV, King of Great Britain, 1765-1837; Great Britain -- History William IV, 1830-1837)

40            The Life and Reign of William the Fourth. By George N. Wright, M.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1837) (Author: Wright, G. N. (George Newenham), 1790?-1877; Watkins, John, fl. 1792-1831
Subject:
William IV, King of Great Britain, 1765-1837; Great Britain -- History William IV, 1830-1837)

41            The Picturesque Beauties of Great Britain: A Series of Views, from Original Drawings, with Historical, Topographical, Critical, and Biographical Notices. (1835) (Author: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833)

42            The Rhine, Italy and Greece. In a Series of Drawings from Nature by Colonel Cockburn, Major Irton; Messrs. Bartlett, Leitch, and Wolfensberger. With Historical and Legendary Descriptions by the Rev. George N. Wright. Volume 1. (1841)

43            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 Edition the Latin Essays are Rendered into English, and the “Introduction to Human Knowledge” Annotated, by the Rev. G. N. Wright. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1843) (Author: Berkeley, George, 1685-1753; Stock, Joseph, 1740-1813; Wright, G. N. (George Newenham), 1790?-1877)

44            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 Edition the Latin Essays are Rendered into English, and the “Introduction to Human Knowledge” Annotated, by the Rev. G. N. Wright. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1843) (Author: Berkeley, George, 1685-1753; Stock, Joseph, 1740-1813; Wright, G. N. (George Newenham), 1790?-1877)

 



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1               An Historical Dissertation on Idolatrous Corruptions in Religion from the Beginning of the World; and on the Methods Taken by Divine Providence in Reforming them. In the Course whereof the Divine Origin of the Law of Moses, is Proved, Against the Objections of such as have Thought that Law Deductible from the Rites and Customs, of the Egyptians and Other Gentiles. And in which Divers Cavils of the Deists Against Revelation are Occasionally Considered. In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1734)

2               An Historical Dissertation on Idolatrous Corruptions in Religion from the Beginning of the World; and on the Methods Taken by Divine Providence in Reforming them. In the Course whereof the Divine Origin of the Law of Moses, is Proved, Against the Objections of such as have Thought that Law Deductible from the Rites and Customs, of the Egyptians and Other Gentiles. And in which Divers Cavils of the Deists Against Revelation are Occasionally Considered. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1734)



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