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Reformed Beliefs A continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including such writers as Ezra Abbot, Archibald Alexander, and John Anderson.


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1               Chemical Change in the Eucharist. In Four Letters Showing the Relations of Faith to Sense, From the French of Jacques Abbadie. (1868) (Author: Abbadie, Jacques, 1654-1727; Hamersley, John William, 1808-1889, tr. Subject: Catholic Church; Transubstantiation; Lord's Supper)

2               The Deity of Jesus Christ Essential to the Christian Religion: A Treatise on the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ; Written originally in French, by James Abbadie, D.D. Dean of Killalee, in Ireland. A New Edition of the English Translation, revised, corrected, and, in a few places Abridged, by Abraham Booth, A.M. Pastor of the Baptist Church, Goodman’s Fields, London. (1802) (Author: Abbadie, Jacques, 1654-1727; Booth, Abraham, 1734-1806 Subject: Jesus Christ; Socinianism)

3               Vindication of the Truth of Christian Religion against the Objections of All Modern Opposers. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1694)

4               Vindication of the Truth of Christian Religion against the Objections of All Modern Opposers. In Two Volumes.  Volume 2 (1694)



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1               A Critical Greek and English Concordance of the New Testament. (1892) (Author: Hudson, Charles Frederick, 1821-1867; Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884)

2               A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life, with a Complete Biography of the subject. (1864) (Author: Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905; Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884)

3               Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising its Antiquities, Biography, Geography, & Natural History. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1889) (Author: Smith, William, Sir, 1813-1893; Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884; Hackett, Horatio Balch, 1808-1875) (Vol. 1. to Gennesaret, Land of.)

4               Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising its Antiquities, Biography, Geography, & Natural History. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1889) (Author: Smith, William, Sir, 1813-1893; Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884; Hackett, Horatio Balch, 1808-1875) (Vol. 2. Gennesaret to Market.)

5               Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising its Antiquities, Biography, Geography, & Natural History. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1894) (Author: Smith, William, Sir, 1813-1893; Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884; Hackett, Horatio Balch, 1808-1875) (Vol. 3. Marriage to Regem.)

6               Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising its Antiquities, Biography, Geography, & Natural History. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1894) (Author: Smith, William, Sir, 1813-1893; Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884; Hackett, Horatio Balch, 1808-1875) (Vol. 4. Regem Melech to Zuzims.)

7               Ezra Abbot. (1884)

8               The Authorship of the Fourth Gospel and Other Critical Essays, Selected from the Published Papers of the Late Ezra Abbot. (1888)


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1               The Case of Impotency: As Debated in England, in that Remarkable Trial, AN. 1613, Between Robert, Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard, Who, After Eight Years Marriage, Commenced a Suit Against Him for Impotency. Volume 1 (1715)

2               The Whole of the Proceedings in the Arches-Court of Canterbury, in a Cause between the Hon. Mrs. Catherine Weld, Daughter to the Lord Aston and Edward Weld, Esquire, her Husband: Containing, I. Her Libel Exhibited Against Him for Impotency. (Three years after they were wed, Catherine Weld brought a suit against her husband Edward to dissolve their marriage because he was not able to consummate it. A series of witnesses testified that Edward had told them he was impotent, and three experienced midwives testified that Catherine was a virgin; The judge, however, based his decision to sustain the marriage on the testimony of two doctors who said they had cured Edward and were sure he could have sex. The word "libel" in the title of this book is a technical term for a complaint made in court and does not carry the current connotation of an untrue statement.) (1732)


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 1               A Defense of the Reformed Catholic of Mr. William Perkins Lately Deceased Against the Bastard Counter-Catholic of D. Bishop, Seminary Priest. The First Part: For answer to his calumnies generally framed against the same, and against the whole Religion and state of our Church, in his Epistle Dedicatory to the King’s most excellent Majesty. Wherein is to be seen the audacity and impudence of these Romish books in their Supplications and Dedications to his Highness: Their religion is dismasked of that antiquity which they pretend for it: the religion established in our Church by law is justified to be no other but what was anciently received in the Church, and namely in the ancient Church of Rome. By Robert Abbot, Doctor of Divinity. (1611) (Author: Abbot, Robert, 1560-1617 Subject: Perkins, William, 1558-1602; Catholic Church; Puritans)


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1               A Franconia Story. Malleville. (1850) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 1)

2               A Franconia Story. Wallace. (1850) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 2)

3               A Franconia Story. Mary Erskine. (1850) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 3)

4               A Franconia Story. Mary Bell. (1850) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 4)

5               A Franconia Story. Beechnut. (1878) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 5)

6               A Franconia Story. Rodolphus. (1880) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 6)

7               A Franconia Story. Ellen Linn. (1852) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 7) (GB)

8               A Franconia Story. Stuyvesant. (1904) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 8)

9               A Franconia Story. Caroline. (1904) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 9) (GB)

10            A Franconia Story. Agnes. (1853) (In Ten Volumes. Volume 10) (GB)

10            A Primer of Ethics. (1891) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Comegys, B. B. (Benjamin Bartis),       1819-1900)

12            A Summer in Scotland. (1848)

13            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 1 (1860) (Aboriginal America.) (Subject: Indians of          North America)

14            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 2 (1860) (Discovery of America.) (GB)

15            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 3 (1860) (The Southern Colonies.) (GB)

16            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 4 (1860) (The Northern Colonies.)

17            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volumes 5 and 6 (1860) (Wars of the Colonies. Revolt of the             Colonies.)

18            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 6 (1860) (Revolt of the Colonies.) (GB)

19            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volumes 7 and 8 (1860) (War of the Revolution.     Washington.)

20            American History. In Eight Volumes. Volume 8 (1860) (Washington.) (Subject: Washington,    George, 1732-1799)

21            Aunt Margaret; or How John kept his Resolutions. (1856)

22            Bruno; or, Lessons of Fidelity, Patience, and Self-Denial Taught by a Dog. (1854)

23            Caleb in the Country. A Story for Children. (1839) (GB)

24            Caleb in Town. A Story for Children. (1839) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Croome, William,       1790-1860; Pelton, Oliver, 1798-1882)

25            China and the English; or, The Character and Manners of the Chinese. As Illustrated in the        History of their Intercourse with Foreigners. (1835)

26            Congo; or, Jasper's Experience in Command. (1857)

27            Cousin Lucy among the Mountains. A New Edition, Revised by the Author. (190?) (Mislabeled Cousin Lucy on the Sea-Shore.)

28            Cousin Lucy at Play. A New Edition, Revised by the Author. (1857)

29            Cousin Lucy at Study. (1842)

30            Cousin Lucy on the Sea-Shore. A New Edition, Revised by the Author. (1854)

31            Cousin Lucy's Conversations. A New Edition, Revised by the Author. (1854)

32            Elfred; or, The Blind Boy and his Pictures. (1856)

33            Emma; or, The Three Misfortunes of a Belle. (1855)

34            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 1 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Romulus.)

35            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 2 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (King Alfred of England.)

36            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 3 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Cyrus the Great.) (This     Edition is Entitled, "History of Cyrus the Great. By Jacob Abbott." (1850)

37            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 4 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Darius the Great.)

38            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 5 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Xerxes.)

39            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 6 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Alexander the Great.) (This            Edition is Entitled, ""History of Alexander the Great. By Jacob Abbott." (1848)

40            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 7 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Pyrrhus.)

41            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 8 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt.)           (This Edition is Entitled, "History of Hannibal the Carthaginian. By Jacob Abbott." (1872)

42            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 9 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Hannibal.) (Cyrus the Great.)        (This Edition is Entitled, "Makers of History. Cleopatra. By Jacob Abbott." (1904)

43            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 10 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Julius Caesar.)

44            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 11 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Nero.)

45            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 12 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (William the Conqueror.)

46            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 13 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Genghis Kahn.)

47            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 14 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Henry IV.) (This Edition is   Entitled, "History of Henry the Fourth, King of France and Navarre. By John S. C. Abbott." (1856)

48            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 15 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Hernando Cortez.)

49            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 16 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Queen Elizabeth.)

50            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 17 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Mary Queen of Scotts.)

51            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 18 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Peter the Great.)

52            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 19 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Maria Antoinette.)

53            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 20 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Josephine.)

54            Fireside Piety; or, The Duties and Enjoyments of Family Religion; Containing Part I. Come to     Prayer. Part II. Home made Happy. (1835) (GB)

55            Gentle Measures in the Management and Training of the Young; or, The Principles on which a                  Firm Parental Authority may be Established and Maintained, without Violence or Anger and the                 Right Development of the Moral and Mental Capacities be Promoted by Methods in Harmony                  with the Structure and the Characteristics of the Juvenile Mind. (1904)

56            Georgie. Story Four of Rollo at Work; or, The way to be Industrious. (1837)

57            History of King Charles I of England. (1900) (Subject: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649) (His       childhood and youth -- The expedition into Spain -- Accession to the throne -- Buckingham -- The             king and his prerogative -- Archbishop Laud -- The Earl of Strafford -- Downfall of Strafford and         Laud -- Civil war -- The captivity -- Trial and death.)

58            History of King Richard I. of England. (1885) (Subject: Richard I, King of England, 1157-1199)

59            History of King Richard II. of England. (1858) (Subject: Richard II, King of England, 1367-1400)

60            History of King Richard III. of England. (1886) (Subject: Richard III, King of England, 1452-1485)

61            Hoaryhead and M'Donner. Very greatly Improved and Enlarged. (1866) (Young Christian Series.               In Four Volumes. Volume 4) (GB)

62            Jacob Abbott's Stories. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1883) (Juno and Georgia.) (GB)

63            Jacob Abbott's Stories. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1883) (Mary Osborne.) (GB)

64            Jacob Abbott's Stories. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1883) (Juno on a Journey.) (GB)

65            Jacob Abbott's Stories. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1883) (Hubert.) (GB)

66            John Gay; or, Work for Boys. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1864)       (Work for Winter.) (GB)

67            John Gay; or, Work for Boys. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1864)       (Work for Spring.)

68            John Gay; or, Work for Boys. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1864)       (Work for Summer.)

69            John Gay; or, Work for Boys. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1864)       (Work for Autumn.) (GB)

70            John True; or, The Christian Experience of an Honest Boy. (1854)

71            Jonas a Judge; or, Law among the Boys. (1840)

72            Jonas on a Farm in Summer. (1862)

73            Jonas on a Farm in Winter. (1855)

74            Jonas's Stories; Related to Rollo and Lucy. (1839)

75            Judge Justin; or, The Little Court of Morningdale. (1857)

76            Lapstone; or, The Sailor turned Shoemaker. (1857)

77            Learning to Read. Consisting of Easy and Entertaining Lessons, Designed to Interest and Assist               Young Children in Studying the Forms of the Letters, and in Beginning to Read. (1856)

78            Makers of History. Charles I. (1876) (Subject: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649) (His      childhood and youth -- The expedition into Spain -- Accession to the throne -- Buckingham -- The             king and his prerogative -- Archbishop Laud -- The Earl of Strafford -- Downfall of Strafford and         Laud -- Civil war -- The captivity -- Trial and death.)

79            Makers of History. Hortense (1901) (Subject: Hortense, consort of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, 1783-1837; Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873) (GB)

80            Makers of History. Richard III. (1904) (Subject: Richard III, King of England, 1452-1485)

81            Marco Paul's Adventures in the Pursuit of Knowledge. Boston. (1853)

82            Marco Paul's Adventures in the Pursuit of Knowledge. City of New York. (1845)

83            Marco Paul's Adventures in the Pursuit of Knowledge. Erie Canal. (1845) (GB)

84            Marco Paul's Adventures in the Pursuit of Knowledge. Forests of Maine. (1843)

85            Marco Paul's Adventures in the Pursuit of Knowledge. Springfield Armory. (1853)

86            Marco Paul's Adventures in the Pursuit of Knowledge. Vermont. (1852) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,          1803-1879; Bobbett and Edmonds; Doepler, Carl Emil, 1824-1905; Bobbett, Albert, ca. 1824-   1888 or 9; Edmonds, Charles, b. ca. 1823)

87            Margaret of Anjou. (1902) (Subject: Margaret, of Anjou, Queen, consort of Henry VI, King of             England, 1430-1482)

88            Mary Gay; or, Work for Girls. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1876)      (Work for Winter.)

89            Mary Gay; or, Work for Girls. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1865)      (Work for Spring.) (GB)

90            Mary Gay; or, Work for Girls. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1876)      (Work for Summer.)

91            Mary Gay; or, Work for Girls. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1865)      (Work for Autumn.) (GB)

92            New England and her Institutions. By one of her Sons. (1847)

93            Orkney the Peacemaker; or, The Various ways of Settling Disputes. (1857)

94            Prank; or, The Philosophy of Tricks and Mischief. (1855)

95            Rambles among the Alps. (1856)

96            Rollo at Play. (1897)

97            Rollo at School. (1839)

98            Rollo at Work; or, The way for a Boy to Learn to be Industrious. Second Edition. (1838)

99            Rollo in Geneva. (1867) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Andrew, John, 1815-1875; Doepler,       Carl Emil, 1824-1905 Subject: Geneva, Lake (Switzerland and France))

100         Rollo in Holland. (1857) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Andrew, John, 1815-1875; Waud,          Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891)

101         Rollo in London. (1864)

102         Rollo in Naples. (1858) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Andrew, John, 1815-1875
            Subject:
Naples (Italy) -- Description and travel Juvenile literature; Pompeii (Extinct city) -- Description and travel Juvenile literature; Vesuvius (Italy))

103         Rollo in Paris. (1854)

104         Rollo in Rome. (1858)

105         Rollo in Scotland. (1864)

106         Rollo in Switzerland. (1854)

107         Rollo Learning to Read. (1855)

108         Rollo Learning to Talk. (1868) (GB)

109         Rollo on the Atlantic. (1900)

110         Rollo on the Rhine. (1864)

111         Rollo's Correspondence. (1850)

112         Rollo's Experiments. (1839)

113         Rollo's Museum. (1839)

114         Rollo's Philosophy. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1860) (Water.)

115         Rollo's Philosophy. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Air.)

116         Rollo's Philosophy. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1855) (Fire.)

117         Rollo's Philosophy. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1864) (Sky.)

118         Rollo's Travels. (1855)

119         Rollo's Vacation. (1839)

120         Stories of Rainbow and Lucky. In Four Volumes Volume 1 (1860) (Handie.) (GB)

 

121         Stories of Rainbow and Lucky. In Four Volumes Volume 3 (1860) (The Three Pines.)

122         Stories of Rainbow and Lucky. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1860) (Selling Lucky.)

123         Stories Told to Rollo's Cousin Lucy, when she was a Little Girl. A New Edition, Revised by the    Author. (1854)

124         The Canary Bird; or, The Rollo and Lucy Third Book of Poetry. Original and Selected. (1863)         (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Orr, Nathaniel)

125         The Corner Stone; or, A Familiar Illustration of the Principles of Christian Truth. Carefully Revised          with a Preface by the Rev. R. Philip, of Maberly Chapel. (1834) (Young Christian Series. In Four                   Volumes. Volume 2)

126         The Engineer; or, How to Travel in the Woods. (1854)

127         The Florence Stories. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1866) (Florence and John.) (GB) (I. Florence and               John.--II. Grimkie, 1860.--III. The Orkney Islands, 1861.--IV. The English Channel, 1863.--V. The     Isle of Wight, 1864)

128         The Florence Stories. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1867) (Grimkie.) (GB)

129         The Florence Stories. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1861) (Excursion to the Orkney Islands.)

130         The Little Louvre; or, The Boys' and Girls' Gallery of Pictures. (1855)

131         The Little Philosopher, for Schools and Families: Designed to Teach Children to Think, and to Reason about Common Things, and to Illustrate for Parents and Teachers Methods of Instructing     and Interesting Children. With a Copious Introduction, Explaining fully the Method of using the               Book. By Jacob Abbott, Principal of the Mount Vernon School. (1833) (GB)

132         The Rollo Philosophy. Part I. Water. (1842)

133         The Rollo Story Books. The Steeple Trap. (1864)

134         The Strait Gate; or, The Rule of Exclusion from Heaven. (1855)

135         The Teacher. Moral Influences Employed in the Instruction and Government of the Young. A     New Revised Edition. (1875)

136         The Way to do Good. Very Greatly Improved and Enlarged. (1874) (Young Christian Series. In    Four Volumes. Volume 3)

137         The Young Christian; or, A Familiar Illustration of the Principles of Christian Duty. (1833) (Young              Christian Series. In Four Volumes. Volume 1)

138         Timboo and Joliba; or, The Art of being Useful. (1855)

139         Viola and her Little Brother Arno. (1857)

140         Wild Peggy; or, Charity with Discretion. (1862) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Gilbert, John,      Sir, 1817-1897; Whymper, Josiah Wood, 1813-1903)

141         William Gay; or, Play for Boys. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1869) (Play for Spring.) (GB)

142         William Gay; or, Play for Boys. Illustrated by H. W. Herrick. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1869) (Play for Summer.)

143         Willie and the Mortgage, Showing how much may be Accomplished by a Boy. (1854)


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1               A Memorial of John S. C. Abbott, D.D. by Rev. Horatio O. Ladd. (1878) (Author: Ladd, Horatio O.           (Horatio Oliver), 1839-1932)

2               Austria; its Rise and Present Power. By John S. C. Abbott. With a Supplementary Chapter of      Recent Events. By Wilfred C. Lay, Ph.D. (1900)

3               Benjamin Franklin. A Picture of the Struggles of our Infant Nation, One Hundred Years Ago.        (1876) (Subject: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790)

4               Captain William Kidd, and others of the Pirates or Buccaneers who Ravaged the Seas, the        Islands, and the Continents of America Two Hundred Years Ago. (1874) (Subject: Kidd, William,    d. 1701)

5               Christopher Carson. Familiarly Known as Kit Carson. With Illustrations by Eleanor Greatorex.                  (1874) (Author: Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877; Greatorex, Elizabeth        Eleanor, b. 1854 Subject: Carson, Kit, 1809-1868)

6               Confidential Correspondence of the Emperor Napoleon and the Empress Josephine; Including                 Letters from the Time of their Marriage until the Death of Josephine, and also several Private    Letters from the Emperor to his Brother Joseph, and other Important Personages. With              Numerous Illustrative Notes and Anecdotes. (1856) (Author: Napoleon I, Emperor of the French,           1769-1821; Josephine, Empress, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1763-1814)

7               Daniel Boone the Pioneer of Kentucky. (1872) (Subject: Boone, Daniel, 1735-1820)

8               David Crockett: His Life and Adventures. (1874)

9               Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 1 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Romulus.)

10            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 2 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob, 1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (King Alfred of England.)

11            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 3 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Cyrus the Great.) (This     Edition is Entitled, "History of Cyrus the Great. By Jacob Abbott." (1850)

12            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 4 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Darius the Great.)

13            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 5 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Xerxes.)

14            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 6 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Alexander the Great.) (This            Edition is Entitled, ""History of Alexander the Great. By Jacob Abbott." (1848)

15            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 7 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Pyrrhus.)

16            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 8 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt.)           (This Edition is Entitled, "History of Hannibal the Carthaginian. By Jacob Abbott." (1872)

17            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 9 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,   1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Hannibal.) (Cyrus the Great.)        (This Edition is Entitled, "Makers of History. Cleopatra. By Jacob Abbott." (1904)

18            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 10 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Julius Caesar.)

19            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 11 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Nero.)

20            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 12 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (William the Conqueror.)

21            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 13 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Genghis Kahn.)

22            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 14 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Henry IV.) (This Edition is   Entitled, "History of Henry the Fourth, King of France and Navarre. By John S. C. Abbott." (1856)

23            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 15 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Hernando Cortez.)

24            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 16 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Queen Elizabeth.)

25            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 17 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Mary Queen of Scotts.)

26            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 18 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Peter the Great.)

27            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 19 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Maria Antoinette.)

28            Famous Characters of History. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 20 (1906) (Author: Abbott, Jacob,             1803-1879; Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877) (Josephine.)

29            Ferdinand De Soto. The Discoverer of the Mississippi. (1873) (Subject: Soto, Hernando de, ca.          1500-1542; Florida -- History Spanish exploration to 1565)

30            History of Frederick the Second, called Frederick the Great. (1871)

31            History of Joseph Bonaparte, King of Naples and of Italy. (1869) (Subject: Joseph Bonaparte,             King of Spain, 1768-1844)

32            History of Louis Philippe, King of the French. (1871) (Subject: Louis Philippe, King of the French,      1773-1850)

33            History of Louis XIV. (1871) (Subject: Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715)

34            History of Madame Roland. (1850) (Subject: Roland, Mme (Marie-Jeanne), 1754-1793)

35            History of Philip, Sovereign Chief of the Wampanoags. Including the Early History of the Settlers             of New England. (1857) (Subject: King Philip's war, 1675-1676)

36            Italy. By John S. C. Abbott. With a Supplementary Chapter of Recent Events. By Wilfred C. Lay,                   Ph.D. (1882)

37            Kings and Queens; or, Life in the Palace: Consisting of Historical Sketches of Josephine and Maria         Louisa, Louis Philippe, Ferdinand of Austria, Nicholas, Isabella II, Leopold, and Victoria. (1848)

38            Life of Abraham Lincoln, Illustrated. (1875) (Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865) (A Biographical      Sketch of President Lincoln taken from Abbott's "Lives of the Presidents," and containing Sixty             half-tone Illustrations and Portraits.)

39            Life of John Paul Jones. (1898) (Subject: Jones, John Paul, 1747-1792)

40            Lives of the Presidents of the United States of America, from Washington to the Present Time.                Containing a Narrative of the most Interesting Events in the Career of each President; Thus      Constituting a Graphic History of the United States. To which is added the Centennial Jubilee,                 showing the Hundred Years Progress of the Republic. (1876)

41            Madame Roland. (1904) (Subject: Roland, Mme (Marie-Jeanne), 1754-1793)

42            Maria Antoinette by Jacob Abbott. (1901) (Author: Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877 Subject: Marie Antoinette, Queen, consort of Louis XVI, King of France, 1755-1793)                  (Book actually written by John S.C. Abbott and not Jacob Abbott)

43            Miles Standish; The Puritan Captain. (1872) (Subject: Standish, Myles, 1584?-1656)

44            Napoleon at St. Helena; or, Interesting Anecdotes and Remarkable Conversations of the           Emperor during the Five and a Half Years of his Captivity. Collected from the Memorials of Las      Casas, O'Meaca, Montholon, Antommarchi, and others. (1855) (Subject: Napoléon I, Emperor of      the French, 1769-1821)

45            Peter Stuyvesant, the Last Dutch Governor of New Amsterdam. (1898) (Subject: Stuyvesant,             Peter, 1592-1672)

46            Practical Christianity. A Treatise specially designed for Young Men. (1862)

47            Prussia and the Franco-Prussian War. Containing a brief Narrative of the Origin of the Kingdom,             its past History, and a detailed Account of the Causes and Results of the Late War with Austria;             With an Account of the Origin of the Present War with France, and of the Extraordinary                Campaign into the Heart of the Empire. Including Biographical Sketches of King William and           Count von Bismarck. (1871) (Subject: Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871; Prussia (Germany) --     History)

48            The Adventures of the Chevalier De La Salle and his Companions, In their Explorations of the Prairies, Forests, Lakes, and Rivers, of the New World, and their Interviews with the Savage               Tribes, Two Hundred Years Ago. (1875) (Subject: La Salle, Robert Cavelier, sieur de, 1643-1687)

49            The Child at Home; or, The Principals of Filial Duty familiarly Illustrated. Very greatly Improved               and Enlarged with numerous Engravings. (1852)

50            The French Revolution of 1789 as viewed in the Light of Republican Institutions. (1859)               (Subject: France -- History Revolution, 1789-1799)

51            The History of Christianity: Consisting of the Life and Teachings of Jesus of Nazareth; The            Adventures of Paul and the Apostles; and the most Interesting Events in the Progress of      Christianity, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. (1872)

52            The History of Hortense, Daughter of Josephine, Queen of Holland, Mother of Napoleon III.       (1870) (Subject: Hortense, consort of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, 1783-1837; Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873)

53            The History of Maine, from the Earliest Discovery of the Region by the Northmen until the          President Time; Including a Narrative of the Voyages and Explorations of the Early Adventurers, the Manners and Customs of the Indian Tribes, the Hardships of the First Settlers, the Conflicts              with the Savages, and the Gradual Advancement of the State to its Present Aspect of Opulence,                   Culture, and Refinement. (1875)

54            The History of Napoleon Bonaparte. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1883) (Subject: Napoleon I,             Emperor of the French, 1769-1821)

55            The History of Napoleon Bonaparte. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1883) (Subject: Napoleon I,             Emperor of the French, 1769-1821)

56            The History of Napoleon Bonaparte. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1883) (Subject: Napoleon I,             Emperor of the French, 1769-1821)

57            The History of Napoleon Bonaparte. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1883) (Subject: Napoleon I,             Emperor of the French, 1769-1821)

58            The History of Napoleon III. Emperor of the French. Including a brief Narrative of all the most   Important Events which have occurred in Europe since the Fall of Napoleon I. until the         Overthrow of the Second Empire and the Death of Napoleon III. (1873) (Subject: Napoleon III,           Emperor of the French, 1808-1873)

59            The History of the Civil War in America; Comprising a full and Impartial Account of the Origin   and Progress of the Rebellion, of the various Naval and Military Engagements, of the Heroic       Deeds Performed by Armies and Individuals, and of Touching Scenes in the Field, the Camp, the             Hospital, and the Cabin. Illustrated with Maps, Diagrams, and Numerous Steel Engravings of the                Battle Scenes, from original designs by Darley, and other eminent Artists, and Portraits of                  Distinguished Men. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1864) (Subject: United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865)

60            The History of the Civil War in America; Comprising a full and Impartial Account of the Origin   and Progress of the Rebellion, of the various Naval and Military Engagements, of the Heroic       Deeds Performed by Armies and Individuals, and of Touching Scenes in the Field, the Camp, the             Hospital, and the Cabin. Illustrated with Maps, Diagrams, and Numerous Steel Engravings of the                Battle Scenes, from original designs by Darley, and other eminent Artists, and Portraits of                  Distinguished Men. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1866) (Subject: United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865)

61            The History of the Empire of Russia: Containing an Account of the most Interesting Events in that           vast Monarchy, from its Earliest Origin in the Remote Ages of Barbarism to the Present Day;                   When, in Population and Power, it Excites the Dread, and Almost Controls the Diplomacy, of Europe. (1872)

62            The Life and Adventures of Rear-Admiral John Paul Jones, commonly Called Paul Jones. (1874)                (Subject: Jones, John Paul, 1747-1792)

63            The Life of Christopher Columbus. (1875)

64            The Life of General Ulysses S. Grant. Containing a Brief but Faithful Narrative of those Military                 and Diplomatic Achievements which have Entitled him to the Confidence and Gratitude of his         Countrymen. (1868) (Subject: Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885)

65            The Mother at Home; or, The Principles of Maternal Duty Familiarly Illustrated. (1833)

66            The Path of Peace: or, A Practical Guide to Duty and Happiness. (1836)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               Discourses Concerning the Being and Natural Perfections of God, In which the First Principle of Religion, the Existence of the Deity, is proved, From the Frame of the Material World, from the Animal and Rational Life, and from Human Intelligence and Morality; and the Divine Attributes of Spirituality, Unity, Eternity, Immensity, Omnipotence, Omniscience, and Infinite Wisdom are explained. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1740)

2               Discourses Concerning the Being and Natural Perfections of God, In which the First Principle of Religion, the Existence of the Deity, is proved, From the Frame of the Material World, from the Animal and Rational Life, and from Human Intelligence and Morality; and the Divine Attributes of Spirituality, Unity, Eternity, Immensity, Omnipotence, Omniscience, and Infinite Wisdom are explained. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1742)

3               Sermons on Various Subjects. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1762)

4               Sermons on Various Subjects. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1762)

5               Sermons on Various Subjects. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1762)

6               Sermons on Various Subjects. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1762)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               An Exposition of the Four Gospels. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1837)

2               An Exposition of the Four Gospels. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1837)

3               Private Thoughts on Religion and other Subjects connected with it, with a brief Sketch of the Author's Life by, James Stillingfleet (1729-1817) (1814)

4               The Works of the Rev. Thomas Adam, Late Rector of Wintringham. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1822) (I. A Short Sketch of the Life and Character of the Author. II. An Exposition of St. Matthew's Gospel.)

5               The Works of the Rev. Thomas Adam, Late Rector of Wintringham. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1822) (I. Twenty-Seven Sermons on Various Texts.)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               An Exposition of the Four Gospels. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1837)

2               An Exposition of the Four Gospels. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1837)

3               Private Thoughts on Religion and other Subjects connected with it, with a brief Sketch of the Author's Life by, James Stillingfleet (1729-1817) (1814)

4               The Works of the Rev. Thomas Adam, Late Rector of Wintringham. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1822) (I. A Short Sketch of the Life and Character of the Author. II. An Exposition of St. Matthew's Gospel.)

5               The Works of the Rev. Thomas Adam, Late Rector of Wintringham. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1822) (I. Twenty-Seven Sermons on Various Texts.)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               The Present State of the Jews. (1676)

2               The Primitive Institution or a Seasonable Discourse of Catechizing - Wherein is Shown, the Antiquity, Benefits, and Necessity Thereof. (1674)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               My Life and Times, 1810-1899. (1899)

2               The Religious Instruction of the Colored Population: A Sermon. (1847)



Agnew, John Holmes (1804-1865)

Reformed Beliefs A


1               A Grammar of the Idioms of the Greek Language of the New Testament. (1840) (Author: Georg Benedikt Winer, John Holmes Agnew, O. G. Ebbeke)

2               A Manual on the Christian Sabbath - Embracing its Perpetual Obligation, Change of Day, Utility, and Duties. (1842) (Author: Agnew, John Holmes, 1804-1865; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Agnew, Andrew, Sir, Bart., 1793-1849)

3               Citizenship, Sovereignty. (1864) (Author: Wright, John S. (John Stephen), 1815-1874; Agnew, John Holmes, D.D Subject: Agnew, John Holmes, D.D; States' rights (American politics); United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865)

4               Eclectic Magazine; Foreign Literature (1844)

5               Parables. By Frederich Adolph Krummacher, A.M. Translated from the German, by Professor J. H. Agnew. (1841) (Author: Frederic Adolphus Krummacher)

6               The American Monthly. (The President's Speech) (1865) (Author: Agnew, John Holmes, 1804-1865. The President's speech; Agnew, John Holmes, 1804-1865. The President's death)

7               The Knickerbocker. (The Coming Presidential Election) (1864)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               Christian Apologetics: The Lectures Constituting the Course in Ethics and Apologetics. (1879)

2               Christian Ethics. (1879)

3               Discourses Commemorative of the Life and Work of Charles Hodge. (1879)

4               Exercises Connected with the Inauguration of Rev. Charles A. Aiken. (1870) (Author: Union College, Schenectady.)

5               Syllabus of Lectures: On Special Introduction to the Historical Books of the Old Testament. (1847)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               An Inquiry into the Origin, Pedigree, and History of the Family, or Clan, of Aitons in Scotland; Collected from Various sources of Information. By William Aiton, Ex-Sheriff Substitute in Hamilton. (1830)

2               The Original Constitution of the Christian Church: Wherein the Extremes on either Hand are Stated and Examined. To which is added an Appendix, Containing the Rite of the Jure Divino Prelatists; and an Answer to their Arguments, by Episcopal Divines. By Thomas Aiton, Minister of the Gospel at Alyth. (1730)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               Alden's Citizen's Manual: A textbook on Government for common Schools. (1869)

2               Alice Gordon: or, The Uses of Orphanage. (1847)

3               An Introduction to the use of the English Language, Grammar and Rhetoric Combined. (1875)

4               Anecdotes of the Puritans. (1849)

5               Christian Ethics: or, The Science of Duty. (1866)

6               Days of Boyhood. (1847)

7               Elements of Intellectual Philosophy. (1866)

8               First Steps of Political Economy. (1879)

9               Handbook for Sunday School Teachers. (1900)

10            Our Father: or, Considerations relating to the Lord's Prayer. (1846)

11            Rupert Cabell: and Other Tales. (1854)

12            Studies in Bryant: A Textbook; With an Introduction, by William Cullen Bryant. (1904) (Author: Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878; Alden, Joseph, 1807-1885)

13            The Burial of the First Born: A Tale for Children. (1863)

14            The Cardinal Flower and Other Tales. (1863)

15            The Example of Washington Commended to the Young. (1846)

16            The Life of the Prophet Jeremiah. (1835)

17            The Light Hearted Girl: A Tale for Children. (1863)

18            The Lost Lamb and Other Tales. (1863)

19            The Old Revolutionary Soldier. (1864)

20            The Old Stone House: or, The Patriot's Fireside. (1848)

21            The Science of Government: In Connection with American Institutions. (1876)

22            The Young Citizen’s Manual. (1867)

23            Thoughts on the Religious Life. (1879)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Brief Compendium of Bible Truth. (1846)

2               A Brief Outline of the Evidences of the Christian Religion. (1825)

3               A Dialogue between a Presbyterian and a “Friend.” (1792)

4               A Discourse Occasioned by the Burning of the Theatre in the city of Richmond, Virginia, on the Twenty-Sixth of December, 1811. By which awful calamity a large number of valuable lives were lost. Delivered in the Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the Eighth day of January, 1812, at the request of the Virginia Students attached to the medical class in the University of Pennsylvania. (1812)

5               A History of Colonization on the Western Coast of Africa. (1846)

6               A History of the Israelite Nation, From their Origin, to their Dispersion at the Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans. (1853)

7               A Memorial of Mrs. Margaret Breckenridge. (1839) (Author: Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Breckinridge, John, 1797-1841 Subject: Breckinridge, Margaret Miller, 1802-1838) (Margaret Miller Breckinridge was the wife of John Breckinridge, and the daughter of Samuel Miller. Part I. Memoir and funeral sermon. -- Part II. Letters to her surviving children. Funeral sermon by Archibald Alexander; letters by Samuel Miller)

8               A Missionary Sermon, Preached in the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, on May 23, 1814. (1814)

9               A Pocket Dictionary of the Holy Bible. Containing, a Historical and Geographical account of the Persons and Places mentioned in the Old and New Testaments: and also a description of other Objects, Natural, Artificial, Civil, Religious, and Military; together with a copious reference to Texts of Scripture under each important word. (1831) (Author: Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851; American Sunday-school union)

10            A Selection of Hymns adapted to the Devotions of the Closet, the Family, and the Social Circle: and containing Subjects Appropriate to the Monthly Concerts of Prayer for Success of Missions and Sunday-Schools; and other Special Occasions. (1831)

11            An Address to Candidates for the Ministry: On the Importance of Aiming at Eminent Piety in making their Preparation for the Sacred Office. (1832)

12            Biographical Sketches of the Founder and Principal Alumni of the Log College. Together with an Account of the Revivals of Religion under their Ministries. (1851) (Subject: Tennent, William, 1673-1746; Log College)

13            Christian Pamphlets. (Nineteenth Century) (Author: Dwight, H. G. O. (Harrison Gray Otis), 1803-1862. Appeal of the missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1841; American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Proposal for raising up a native ministry in the several missions. 1841; American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. On the use of missionary maps at the monthly concert. 1842; Abeel, David, 1804-1846. Missionary fortified against trials. 1835; Smith, Eli, 1801-1857. Address on the missionary character. 1840; Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880. Promised advent of the spirit for the world's conversion. 1841; American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Outline of the plan on which the missions of the Board are to be prosecuted. 1838; American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Hints to collectors. 1834; Shidiak, Asaad Esh, ca. 1797-ca. 1832; Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863. Something has been done, during the last forty years. 1834; Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851. World to be reclaimed by the Gospel. 1828; Richards, William, 1793-1847. Memoir of Keopuolani, Queen of the Sandwich Islands. 1835; Goodell, William 1792-1867. Account of Armenians at Constantinople. 1835; Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880. Call to personal labor as a foreign missionary. 1835; Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880. Missionary schools. 1838; Spring, Gardiner, 1785-1873 Extent of the missionary enterprise. 1840; Pond, Enoch, 1791-1882. Connection of the missionary enterprise with the cause of learning)

14            Christ’s Gracious Invitation. (1861)

15            Evidences of the Authenticity, Inspiration, and Canonical Authority of the Holy Scriptures. (1838)

16            Lecture Notes of Archibald Alexander on Theology. (1818) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878.)

17            Love to an Unseen Savior. (1863)

18            Objections Obviated, and God Glorified, by the Success of the Gospel among the Heathen: A Sermon Preached at Albany, N.Y., Oct. 7, 1829, at the Twentieth annual meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. (1830)

19            Outlines of Moral Science. (1891)

20            Pastoral Reminiscences, with an Introduction by A. Alexander. (1849) (Author: Kollock, Shepard Kosciuszko, 1795-1865; Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851)

21            Practical Sermons: to be Read in Families and Social Meetings. (1850)

22            Practical Truths. (1857)

23            Suggestions in Vindication of Sunday-Schools: but more Especially for the Improvement of Sunday-School Books, and the Enlargement of the plan of Instruction. (1829)

24            The Canon of the Old and New Testaments Ascertained: or, The Bible, Complete, Without the Apocrypha and Unwritten Traditions. (1851)

25            The Duty of Catechetical Instruction. (1836)

26            The Life of Archibald Alexander, D.D. LL. D. First Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. (1854) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859)

27            The Princeton Pulpit. (1852) (Author: Duffield, John Thomas, 1823-1901) (The appropriate duty and ornament of the female sex / by Samuel Miller -- Rightly dividing the word of truth / by Archibald Alexander -- A baccalaureate discourse / by James Carnahan -- Faith in Christ, the source of spiritual life / by Charles Hodge -- Filial piety / by John Maclean -- Sorrow better than laughter / by J. W. Alexander -- Looking at the things which are not seen / by A. B. Dod -- The Christian philosophy of revolution / by M.B. Hope -- The power and perpetuity of law / by John Forsyth -- The work of God / by J.A. Alexander -- God, the guide of his blind people / by W.E. Schenck -- Christ, the manifestation of God / by W.H. Green -- Religious retirement / by G.M. Giger -- Search the Scriptures / by T.W. Cattell -- The position of the human race in the divine economy / by J.T. Duffield)

28            The Sermon delivered at the Inauguration of the Rev. Archibald Alexander, D.D. as Professor of Didactic and Polemic Theology, in the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. To which are added, the Professor’s Inaugural Address, and the Charge to the Professor and Students. (1812)

29            The Way of Salvation, Familiarly Explained: in a Conversation Between a Father and His Children. (1800)

30            Theological Essays. First Series. (1846) (The Rule of Faith [by Charles Hodge, 1842] -- The Sonship of Christ [by Charles Hodge, 1829] -- The Decrees of God [by Archibald Alexander, 1830] -- The Early History of Pelagianism [by Archibald Alexander, 1830] -- Original Sin [by Archibald Alexander, 1830] -- The Doctrine of Imputation [by Charles Hodge, 1830] -- The Doctrine of Imputation [by Charles Hodge, 1831] -- The Doctrine of Imputation [by Charles Hodge, 1831] -- Melancthon on the Nature of Sin [by Archibald Alexander, 1833] -- Doctrines of the Early Socinians [by Archibald Alexander? 1833] -- The Power of Contrary Choice [by Lyman H. Atwater, 1840] -- The Inability of Sinners [by Archibald Alexander, 1831] -- The New Divinity Tried [by Charles Hodge, 1832] -- Beman on the Atonement [by Charles Hodge, 1845] -- Sacerdotal Absolution [by Joseph Addison Alexander and Charles Hodge, 1845] -- Regeneration [by Charles Hodge, 1830] -- Sanctification [by John Woodbridge, 1842] -- Transubstantiation [by Archibald Alexander, 1834] -- Sunday Mails [by Charles Hodge, 1831] -- Bodily Effects of Religious Excitement [by Thomas Cleland, 1834] -- Tholuck's History of Theology [by Charles Hodge, 1828] -- Transcendentalism [by James Waddel Alexander and Albert B. Dod, 1839] -- Cause and Effect [by Archibald Alexander, 1829])

31            Theological Essays. Second Series. (1847) (The Bible, a Key to the Phenomena of the Natural World [by Archibald Alexander, 1829] -- God the End of all Things [by Gardiner Spring, 1832] -- Systems of Theology [1832] -- On the Atonement [by Archibald Alexander, 1836] -- On Revivals of Religion [by Albert B. Dod, 1835] -- Dr. Beecher's Theology [by Albert B. Dod, 1836] -- The Doctrines of the New England Churches [by Charles Hodge, 1839] -- Christian Union [by Samuel Miller, 1836] -- The Division of the Presbyterian Church [by Charles Hodge, 1838] Slavery [by Charles Hodge, 1836] -- Abolitionism [by Charles Hodge, 1844] -- Capital Punishment [by Albert B. Dod, 1842] -- Phrenology [by Albert B. Dod, 1838] -- Vestiges of Creation [by Albert B. Dod, 1845] -- Analytical Geometry [by Albert B. Dod, 1841] -- Baptist Translation of the Bible [1838] -- The English Bible [by John Seely Hart, 1836] -- Oxford Architecture [by Albert B. Dod, 1844] -- A Treatise on Expository Preaching [by James Waddel Alexander, 1838] -- Fuerst's Hebrew Concordance [by Isaac Nordheimer, 1839] -- The Historical Statements of the Koran [by Joseph Addison Alexander, 1832])

32            Thoughts on Religious Experience. (1844)

33            Thoughts on the Education of Pious and Indigent Candidates for the Ministry. (1846)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Geography of the Bible: Compiled for the American Sunday School Union. (1830) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859; Alexander, Joseph A. (Joseph Addison), 1809-1860; Massachusetts Sabbath School Union)

2               A Manual of Devotion for Soldiers and Sailors: Comprising: I. Forms of Prayer, Public and Private. II. A Compendium of Bible Truth. III. The Assembly’s Shorter Catechism. IV. A Selection of Psalms and Hymns. (1847) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859; Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851)

3               American Sunday-School and Its Adjuncts. (1856)

4               Bring Me up Samuel. (1859)

5               Charles Clifford: or, The Children at River Bank. (1834)

6               Considerations on Foreign Missions: Addressed to Candidates for the Holy Ministry. (1832)

7               Consolation, In Discourses on Select Topics, Addressed to the Suffering People of God. (1853)

8               Discourses at the Inauguration of the Rev. James W. Alexander, D.D., as Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the Theological Seminary at Princeton. Delivered at Princeton, November 20, 1849, Before the Directors of the Seminary. I. The Sermon; By the Rev. William S. Plumer, D.D., of Baltimore. II. The Charge; By the Rev. William W. Phillips, D.D., of New-York. III. The Inaugural Address. (1850) (Author: Princeton Theological Seminary; Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880. Efficiency of the church; Phillips, William Wirt, 1796-1865. Authority, duties, and value of the Christian ministry; Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859. Value of church history to the theologian of our day)

9               Discourses on Common Topics of Christian Faith and Practice. (1858)

10            Faith: Treated in a Series of Discourses. (1863)

11            Forty Years' Familiar Letters of James W. Alexander, D. D., Constituting, with Notes, a Memoir of his Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1860) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859; Hall, John, 1806-1894, ed.)

12            Forty Years' Familiar Letters of James W. Alexander, D. D., Constituting, with Notes, a Memoir of his Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1860) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859; Hall, John, 1806-1894, ed.)

13            Letters to a Very Young Lady. (1824)

14            Memoir of the Rev. James Waddel, D. D. (1880)

15            Patience. (1852)

16            Plain Words to a Young Communicant. (1859)

17            Princeton--Old and New. Recollections of Undergraduate Life. (1898) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1839-1915 Son of James Waddel Alexander 1804-1859)

18            Roger Miller: or, Heroism in Humble Life: A Narrative. (1852) (Author: Orme, George; Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859 Subject: Miller, Roger Woods, b. 1808; Missionaries -- England Biography; Church work with the poor -- England London; City missions -- England London; London (England) -- Social conditions 19th century)

19            Sacramental Discourses. (1860)

20            Sermons Preached Before the Congregation of the Presbyterian Church, corner of Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, at the “Memorial Services” October 9, 1859. Appointed in reference to the Death of their Late Pastor, James Waddel Alexander, D.D. (1859) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Hall, John, 1806-1894)

21            The American Mechanic and Working-Man. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1847)

22            The American Mechanic and Working-Man. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1847)

23            The Breaking Crucible: and Other Translations of German Hymns. (1861)

24            The Life of Archibald Alexander, D.D. LL. D. First Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. (1854) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859)

25            The Merchant's Clerk Cheered and Counseled. (1824)

26            The New York Pulpit in the Revival of 1858. A Memorial Volume of Sermons. (1858)

27            The Revival and its Lessons: A Collection of Fugitive Papers, having reference to the Great Awakening. (1859)

28            The Sunday-School Anniversary. (1824)

29            Thoughts on Family-Worship. (1847)

30            Thoughts on Preaching: Being Contributions to Homiletics. (1863)

31            Two Articles from the Princeton Review, Concerning the Transcendental Philosophy of the Germans and of Cousin, and its Influence on Opinion in this Country. (1840) (Author: Norton, Andrews, 1786-1853, ed.; Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859; Dod, Albert Baldwin, 1805-1845, joint author; Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878 (The second article from the January no. 1840, of the Princeton review, is a criticism of "A discourse on the latest form of infidelity ..." by Andrews Norton, and of "A letter to Mr. Andrews Norton, occasioned by his discourse ... by an alumnus of the Cambridge theological school. Transcendentalism [by J. W. Alexander and A. B. Dod]--The school of Hegel [by C. Hodge])

32            Uncle Austin and his Nephews: or, The Scripture Guide. Being a Familiar Introduction to the Study of the Bible. (1838)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               The Primitive Doctrine of Christ's Divinity: or, A Specimen of a full view of the Anti-Nicene Doctrine, in an Essay on Irenaeus. (1727) (Subject: Jesus Christ; Irenaeus, Saint, Bishop of Lyon)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               Essays on the Primitive Church Offices. (1851)

2               Notes on New Testament Literature and Ecclesiastical History. (1861)

3               Sermons. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1860)

4               Sermons. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1860)

5               The Acts of the Apostles Explained. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1857) (Acts 1-12)

6               The Acts of the Apostles Explained. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1858) (Acts 13-28)

7               The Earlier Prophecies of Isaiah. (1846)

8               The Gospel according to Mark Explained. (1858)

9               The Gospel According to Matthew Explained. (1861)

10            The Later Prophesies of Isaiah. (1847)

11            The Life of Joseph Addison Alexander, D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1870) (Author: Alexander, Henry Carrington, 1835-1894)

12            The Life of Joseph Addison Alexander, D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1870) (Author: Alexander, Henry Carrington, 1835-1894)

13            The Prophecies of Isaiah. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1870) (Isaiah 1-31)

14            The Prophecies of Isaiah. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1865) (Isaiah 32-66)

15            The Psalms Translated and Explained. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1850) (Psalm 1-50)

16            The Psalms Translated and Explained. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1850) (Psalm 51-100)

17            The Psalms Translated and Explained. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1850) (Psalm 100-150)


 Alexander, Samuel Davies (Presbyterian) (1819-1894)

Reformed Beliefs A


1               Catalog of the Writings of the Alexander Family. (1880)

2               Life Sketches from Scottish History: or, Brief Biographies of the Scottish Presbyterian Worthies. (Compiled by Samuel Davies Alexander)

3               Princeton College During the Eighteenth Century. (1872)

4               Sermons and Essays by the Tennents and their Contemporaries. (1856) (Author: Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764) (Compiled by Samuel Davies Alexander)

5               The Presbytery of New York, 1738-1888. (1888)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Commentary on the Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (I Corinthians) (1837) (Author: Gustav Billroth , William Lindsay Alexander)

2               A Commentary on the Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (II Corinthians) (1838) (Author: Gustav Billroth , William Lindsay Alexander)

3               A Logical Analysis of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans. (1850) (Author: Ferme, Charles, 1566-1617; Wodrow Society, Edinburgh; Alexander, William Lindsay, 1808-1884; Melville, Andrew, 1545-1622)

4               A System of Biblical Theology. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1888) (I. Theology. II. Anthropology.                   III. Christology.)

5               A System of Biblical Theology. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1888) (I. Christology continued. II.     Soteriology. III. Synoptical Table of Contents. IV. Index of Authors, Sects, Etc. V. Index of   Passages of Scripture.)

6               Anglo-Catholicism not Apostolical: Being an Inquiry into the Scriptural Authority of the Leading Doctrines Advocated in the ‘Tracts for the Times.’ And other Publications of the Anglo-Catholic School. (1843)

7               History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1878) (Division First, Volume I, The First Four Centuries.)  (Author: Isaak August Dorner, William Lindsay Alexander, David Worthington Simon, Patrick Fairbairn)

8               History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1882) (Division First, Volume II, The First Four Centuries.) (Author: Isaak August Dorner, William Lindsay Alexander, David Worthington Simon, Patrick Fairbairn)

9               History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1880) (Division Second, Volume I, From the end of the Fourth Century to the Present Time.) (Author: Isaak August Dorner, William Lindsay Alexander, David Worthington Simon, Patrick Fairbairn)

10            History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1876) (Division Second, Volume II, From the end of the Fourth Century to the Present Time.)  (Author: Isaak August Dorner, William Lindsay Alexander, David Worthington Simon, Patrick Fairbairn)

11            History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1878) (Division Second, Volume III, From the end of the Fourth Century to the Present Time. With Appendix.)  (Author: Isaak August Dorner, William Lindsay Alexander, David Worthington Simon, Patrick Fairbairn)

12            Iona (Scotland)

13            Lectures on the Public Psalmody of the Church. (1848)

14            Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Ralph Wardlaw. (1856)

15            Poems Chiefly on Themes of Scottish Interest. (1875) (Author: John Taylor, William Lindsay Alexander)

16            Saint Paul at Athens (1865)

17            The Ancient British Church, Being an Inquiry into the History of Christianity in Britain Previous to the Establishment of Heptarchy. (1889)

18            The Connection and Harmony of the Old and New Testament, being the Literary & Doctrinal Relation, in which these two Parts Stand to Each Other (1853)

19            Zechariah, his Visions and Warnings (1885)



Allinga, Petrus (Dutch Reformed) (1658-1692)

Reformed Beliefs A


1               The Satisfaction of Christ, Stated and Defended Against the Socinians: In Two Parts: By Peter Allinga, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Wydenesse, in the Dutch Netherlands, Faithfully Translated from the Dutch, by Thomas Bell, Minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. (1790) (Author: Allinga, Petrus; Bell, Thomas, 1733-1802)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Confutation of the Hope of the Jews Concerning the Last Redemption: An Examination of Several Scripture Prophecies, which the Reverend M. W. has Applied to the Times After the Coming of the Messiah. (1707)

2               An Examination of the Scruples of Those Who Refuse to Take the Oath of Allegiance. (1689)

3               Reflections upon the Books of the Holy Scripture, to Establish the Truth of the Christian Religion. In Four Parts. A New Edition. (1822)

4               Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Church of Piedmont (Waldenses) (1821)

5               Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Church of the Albigenses. (1821)

6               The Judgment of the Ancient Jewish Church against the Unitarians in the Controversy Concerning the Holy Trinity and the Divinity of Our Blessed Lord. (1821)



Alpen, Heinrich Simon von (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs A

 1               The History and Literature of the Heidelberg Catechism, and of its Introduction into the Netherlands. (1863)


American Preachers (1620-1791)

Reformed Beliefs A

1               American Religious Leaders Series. Volume 3. (1890) (Wilber Fisk; George Prentice.)

2               American Religious Leaders Series. Volume 4. (1892) (Mark Hopkins; Franklin Carter.)

3               American Religious Leaders Series. Volume 5. (1890) (Dr. Mulhenberg; William Wilberforce Newton.)

4               American Religious Leaders Series. Volume 6. (1892) (Henry Boynton Smith; Lewis F. Stearns.)

5               American Religious Leaders Series. Volume 7. (1891) (Francis Wayland; James O. Murray.)

6               The American Preacher: or, A Collection from Some of the Most Eminent Preachers, Now Living in the United States: of Different Denominations in the Christian Church. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1791) (Author: American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Austin, David, 1759-1831) (John Witherspoon {Colonel N.C.P.}, Alexander MacWhorter {Presbyterian}, John H. Livingston {Reformed Dutch}, James Dana {Congregational}, Samuel S. Smith {Colonel N.C.V.P. et S.T.P.}, William Linn {Reformed Dutch}, Benjamin Moore {Episcopal}, Bryan Fairfax {Episcopal}, John Rogers {United Presbyterian}, Nathan Perkins {Congregational}, Thomas Reese {Presbyterian})

7               The American Preacher: or, A Collection from Some of the Most Eminent Preachers, Now Living in the United States: of Different Denominations in the Christian Church. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1791) (Author: American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Austin, David, 1759-1831) (John Joline {First Presbyterian}, Joseph Eckley {Minister of the old South Church, Boston}, John Devotion {Congregational}, James Muir {Presbyterian}, Jedidiah Chapman {Presbyterian}, Matthias Burnet {Congregational}, George Faitoutet {Presbyterian}, Abiel Holmes {Church of Christ}, John Close {Presbyterian}, John Rogers {United Presbyterian}, James Dana {Congregational}, Benjamin Moore {Episcopal}, Thomas Reese {Presbyterian}, John Witherspoon {Colonel N.C.P.})

8               The American Preacher: or, A Collection from Some of the Most Eminent Preachers, Now Living in the United States: of Different Denominations in the Christian Church. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1791) (Author: American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Austin, David, 1759-1831) (Isaac Lewis {Congregational}, Alexander MacWhorter {Presbyterian}, James Dana {Congregational}, Joseph Lathrop {Congregational}, Abraham Beach {Episcopal}, Alexander MacWhorter {Presbyterian}, Uzal Ogden {Rector of Trinity Church, Newark, New Jersey}, John Witherspoon {Colonel N.C.P.}, William M. Tennent {Presbyterian}, Nathan Ker {Presbyterian}, Matthias Burnet {Pastor of the First Church in Norwalk, Connecticut}, John Ewing {Provost of the University of Pennsylvania}, William Linn {Reformed Dutch}, John Rogers {United Presbyterian}, John H. Livingston {Reformed Dutch})

9               The American Preacher: or, A Collection from Some of the Most Eminent Preachers, Now Living in the United States: of Different Denominations in the Christian Church. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1791) (Author: American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Austin, David, 1759-1831) (Robert Smith {Presbyterian}, Theodore Hinsdale {Congregational}, Samuel Langdon {Congregational}, Charles Backus {Congregational}, Jonathan Edwards {Congregational}, Achilles Mansfield {Congregational}, Samuel Spring {Congregational}, Moses Mather {Church of Christ}, Nathan Perkins {Congregational} Nathan Kerr {Presbyterian})

10            New Jersey Preacher, or Sermons on Plain and Practical Subjects. By some of the Ministers of the Gospel, Residing in the State of New-Jersey. (1813) (Author: Woodhull, George S. (George Spafford), 1773-1834; Brown, Isaac V. (Isaac Van Arsdale), 1784-1861) (Samuel S. Smith {D.D., LL.D.}, John M'Dowell {Presbyterian}, John Woodhull {Presbyterian}, Amzi Armstrong {Presbyterian}, James Richards {Presbyterian}, Samuel S. Smith {D.D., LL.D.}, Robert Finley {Presbyterian}, Solomon Fraeligh {Professor of Divinity and Pastor of a Dutch Reformed Congregation}, Charles H. Wharton {Rector of St. Mary's, Burlington}, James Richards {Presbyterian}, Thomas Pieton {Presbyterian}, John M'Dowell {Presbyterian}, Peter Studdiford {Dutch Reformed}, Joseph Clark {Presbyterian}, Samuel S. Smith {D.D., LL.D.}, Uzal Ogden {Rector of Trinity Church, Newark, New Jersey}, Thomas Picton {Presbyterian}, Enoch Burt {Presbyterian}, Robert Finley {Presbyterian}, Samuel Fisher {Presbyterian}, Amzi Armstrong {Presbyterian}, Enoch Burt {Presbyterian})

11            The National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickinson, A.M. Volumes 1, 2 (From the Year Commencing June, 1826)

                  Volume 1 - John Mitchell Mason {D.D., New-York} The Value of the Gospel. Luke 7:22

                  Thomas Harvey Skinner {A.M., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Utility of Prayer. Job 21:15.

                   Austin Dickson {A.M., New-York} Gain from the Sufferings of Christ. Luke 24:26.

                  Edward Dorr Griffin {D.D., President of Williams College} The Duty of Sending the Gospel to the Heathen. Matthew 28:18-20.

                  Gardiner Spring {D.D., New-York} Internal Evidence of Revelation. Psalm 130:2.

                   William Buell Sprague {A.M., West Springfield, Massachusetts} The Mediation of Christ. The Ground of the Believer's Triumph. Romans 8:34.

                  Samuel Miller {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey} The Evidence and Duty of being on the Lord's Side. Exodus 32:26.

                  Baxter Dickinson {A.M., Long-Meadow, Massachusetts} The Day of Pentecost. Acts 2:1.

                  John Matthews {D.D., Shepherdstown, Virginia} The Benefit of Afflictions. Hebrews 12:10.

                  James M. Mathews {D.D., New-York} The Duty of Family Worship. II Samuel 6:20.

                  Isaac Lewis {A.M., Greenwich, Connecticut} The Union of Believers with Christ. John 15:5.

                  Leonard Woods { Abbot Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover } Duties of the Rich. I Timothy 6:17-19.

                  Justin Edwards {D.D., Boston Massachusetts} The Great Change. II Corinthians 5:17.

                  Volume 2 - Lyman Beecher {D.D., Boston, Massachusetts} The Native Character of Man. I John 4:17.

                  Carlos Wilcox {A.M., Hartford, Connecticut} The Unreasonableness and Danger of Indecision. Acts 26:28.

                  Daniel A. Clark {A.M., Bennington, Vermont} Mirror of Human Nature. Proverbs 27:19. Practical Test of Love or Enmity to God. Malachi 1:6

                  Eleazer Thompson Fitch {Professor of Divinity, Yale College}The Repentance of Peter. Mark 14:72. The Duty of Reproof. Ephesians 5:11.

                  Lyman Beecher {D.D., Boston, Massachusetts} Resources of the Adversary, and Means of their Destruction. Isaiah 29:25.

                  William Patton {A.M., New-York} The Conversion of Cities. Luke 27:47.

                  Aaron W. Leland {D.D., Charleston, South Carolina} The Pure Gospel Rejected by the Perishing. I Corinthians 1:18.

                  Elihu W. Baldwin {A.M., New-York} The Final Judgment. Hebrews 9:27.

                  Edward Payson {D.D., Portland, Maine} Concern for the Spiritual wants of Men. Philippians 2:20.

                  Austin Dickson {A.M., New-York} Scriptural Means of Benevolent Effort. Hebrews 12:16

                  John Woodbridge {D.D., Hadlby, Massachusetts} Pride Abased by the Gospel. I Corinthians 1:29. God's Respect to the Lowly. Psalm 138:6.

                  Alexander V. Griswold {Bishop of the Eastern Diocese} The Malady and Physician of the Soul. Luke 5:31. Christ the Divine and Only Savior. Isaiah 45:22.

                  Bennet Tyler {D.D., President of Dartmouth College, New Hampshire} Free Salvation. Revelation 22:17

                  Thomas Snell {A.M., North-Brookfield, Massachusetts} Sovereign Grace. Romans 11:21.

                  Baxter Dickinson {A.M., Longmeadow, Massachusetts} Christian Decision. Daniel 3:18.

12            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickinson, A.M. Volumes 3, 4 (From the Year Commencing June, 1828)

                  Volume 3 - Leonard Bacon {A.M., New-Haven, Connecticut} Duties of Young Christians. I John 2:14. The Example of Christ. I John 2:6.

                  Ashbel Green {D.D., LL.D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Efficacy of Divine Truth. Psalm 119:130.

                  Austin Dickson {A.M., New-York} Right Use of the Scriptures. John 5:39.

                  John H. Church {D.D., Pelham, New-Hampshire} The Final Condition of All Men. Matthew 25:46.

                  Gregory T. Bedell {A.M., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Sinner's Self-Destruction and Only Remedy. Hosea 13:9.

                  Ralph Emerson {A.M., Norfolk, Connecticut} The Chief Evil of Sin. Psalm 51:4.

                  John H. Rice {D.D., Professor in Union Theological Seminary, Virginia} The Power of Truth and Love. II Corinthians 10:4.

                  Luther Halsey {A.M., Professor in Princeton College, New-Jersey} On Praying for All in Authority. I Timothy 2:1,2.

                  Richard Salter Storrs {A.M., Braintree, Massachusetts} Christian and Ministerial Self-Denial and Faithfulness Urged from the Example of Christ. II Corinthians 8:9.

                  George A. Baxter {D.D., President of Washington College, Virginia} Responsibilities of the Ministry and Church. I Timothy 3:15.

                  Archibald Alexander {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey} The Nature of Growth in Grace. II Peter 3:18. The Means of Growth in Grace. II Peter 3:18.

                  Beriah Green {A.M., Brandon, Vermont} The Long Forbearance of God toward Sinners. II Peter 3:9. Evangelical Truths Offensive to the Unrenewed, but Joyous to the Believer. Matthew 11:6.

                  Lyman Beecher {D.D., Boston, Massachusetts} The Gospel the Only Security for Eminent and Abiding National Prosperity. Jeremiah 9:23,24. Propriety and Importance of Efforts to Evangelize the Nation. Jeremiah 9:23,24. Pre-Eminent Importance of the Christian Sabbath. Jeremiah 9:23-24.

                  Ebenezer Porter {D.D., President of the Theological Seminary at Andover} The Immutability of God. Exodus 3:14.

                  Alvan Hyde {D.D., Lee, Virginia} The Nature and Reasonableness of Submission to God. II Kings 7:3,4.

                  John Mitchell Mason {D.D., New-York} Full Assurance of Faith and Hope. II Timothy 1:12.

                  Volume 4 - Wilbur Fisk {A.M., Principal of the Wesleyan Seminary, Wilbraham, Massachusetts}  The Final Dissolution of the World. I Peter 4:7.

                  Justin Edwards {D.D., Boston Massachusetts} Preparation for Eternity. I Peter 4:7.

                  Daniel A. Clark {A.M., Bennington, Vermont} The Son of God Must be Reverenced. Matthew 21:37. Two Champions Contrasted. Isaiah 40:30,31.

                  John Matthews {D.D., Shepherdstown, Virginia} The Sinner's Imminent Danger. Matthew 7:13. The Sinner's Immediate Danger. Matthew 7:13.

                  John Nelson {A.M., Leicester, Massachusetts} The Happy Family. Matthew 10:13.

                  Josiah W. Cannon {A.M., Williamstown, Massachusetts} The Guilt and Folly and Preventatives of being in Debt. Romans 8:8.

                  Archibald Alexander {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey} Objections Obviated, and God Glorified by the Success of the Gospel Among the Heathen. Acts 11:18.

                  Heman Humphrey, {D.D., President of Amherst College, Massachusetts} A Dreadful Meeting. Isaiah 47:3. Solemn Responsibility. I Thessalonians 5:22.

                  William C. Walton {A.M., Alexandria, D. C.} Encouragement Only to the Devoted and Obedient. Isaiah 50:10. Necessary Preparation for the Millennium. Isaiah 62:6,7.

                  Thomas De Witt {D.D., New-York} The Wisdom and Beauty of Youthful Piety. Proverbs 8:16,17.

                  Austin Dickson {A.M., New-York} Appeals to American Youth on Temperance. I John 2:14; I Corinthians 9:25.

                  Edward Dorr Griffin {D.D., President of Williams College} The Prayer of Faith. Luke 11:5-13. The Heavenly Mind. Romans 8:6.

                  Mark Tucker {A.M., Troy, New York} The Guilt of Inefficiency and Delay. Jeremiah 4:14. Man Humbled and God Honored. I Corinthians 4:7.

                  Charles Coffin {D.D., President of East Tennessee College} God Entitled to our Obedience. Exodus 5:2.

                  Leonard Woods {Abbot Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover} Fatal Hindrance to Prayer. Psalm 66:18.

                  Gardiner Spring {D.D., New-York} Wealth a Fearful Snare to the Soul. Mark 10:23.

13            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickinson, A.M. Volumes 5, 6 (From the Year Commencing June, 1830)

                  Volume 5 - Justin Edwards {D.D., Andover, Massachusetts} The Teaching of the Holy Spirit. I John 2:20.

                  William J. Armstrong {A.M., Richmond, Virginia} Practical Atheism of Sinners. Ephesians 2:12.

                  Baxter Dickinson {A.M., Newark, New Jersey} Alarm to Distillers and their Allies. Ecclesiastes 7:29.

                  Ambrose Edson {A.M., Brooklyn, Connecticut} The Early Conversion of Children. Mark 10:14.

                  Francis Wayland {D.D., President of Brown University} Encouragements to Religious Effort. Matthew 4:10.

                  William T. Hamilton {A.M., Newark, New Jersey} Why the Wicked are Suffered to Live. Job 21:7.

                  William Mitchell {A.M., Newtown, Connecticut} The Facility with which Sinners go to Destruction. Matthew 7:13.

                  George C. Beckwith {A.M., Professor in the Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio} Influence of the Atonement on the Believer's Conscience. Hebrews 9:13,14.

                  John M'Dowell {D.D., Elizabethtown, New Jersey} Human Depravity and its Remedy. John 15:3.

                  Bennet Tyler {D.D., Portland, Maine} Persuasives to Immediate Repentance. Acts 24:25.

                  Thomas De Witt {D.D., New-York} The Gospel Harvest, and Christian's Duty. Matthew 9:37,38.

                  Joshua Leavitt {Reverend, New-York} The Living Epistle. II Corinthians 3:2.

                  Austin Dickson {A.M., New-York} Call to Professing Christians on Temperance. James 4:17.

                  Shepard K. Kollock {A.M., Norfolk, Virginia} Conviction by the Law. Romans 7:19.

                  Cyrus Yale {Reverend, New-Hartford, Connecticut} Scriptural Evidence of Saving Faith. James 2:18.

                  Samuel Miller {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey} The Duty, the Benefits, and the Proper Method of Religious Fasting. Daniel 9:13.

                  Joel Parker {Reverend, New-York} The Conviction of Sinners at the Judgment. Jude 1:14,15.

                  Edward W. Hooker {Reverend, Wiscassett, Maine} The Sinner, and not the Believer, Deranged. Acts 26:24,25.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Albany, New York} The Probability of Perdition Inferred from Present Impenitence. Revelation 20:11. The Wicked Surprised by their own Destruction. Lamentations 1:9.

                  Volume 6 - Ebenezer Porter {D.D., President of the Theological Seminary at Andover} Duty of Praying for Rulers. I Timothy 2:1,2.

                  Jacob Abbott {Reverend, Boston, Massachusetts} Early Piety. I Samuel 3:19.

                  Leonard Woods {D.D., Andover, Massachusetts} The Way to Eminent Usefulness: Preached on the Death of Jeremiah Evarts, Esquire. Corresponding Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Acts 10:38.

                  Noah Porter {D.D., Farmington, Connecticut} Sinners Avoid Conviction. John 3:20. The Progress of the Righteous and the Wicked Compared. Proverbs 4:18,19.

                  Gideon N. Judd {Reverend, Bloomfield, New Jersey} Necessity of Divine Influence. Zechariah 4:6.

                  Leonard Woods {D.D., Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological Seminary, Andover, Massachusetts.} Hindrances to the Spread of the Gospel. Preached in New-Haven, October 5th, 1831, before the American Board of Foreign Missions. Isaiah 62:1,2.

                  Thomas S. Barrett {Reverend, New-York} The Foolish Rich Man. Luke 12:16-20.

                  Charles Jenkins {Reverend, Portland, Maine} The Spiritual and Elevated Nature of True Piety. Proverbs 15:24.

                  George A. Calhoun {Reverend, North Coventry, Connecticut} The Character, Conduct, and Destiny of the Jailer and Felix Contrasted. Acts 16:29-34; 24:25-27.

                  Thomas Harvey Skinner {D.D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Signs of the Times. Matthew 16:3.

                  Edward Dorr Griffin {D.D., President of Williams College} Regeneration not Wrought by Light. Ezekiel 36:26.

                  Shepard K. Kollock {A.M., Norfolk, Virginia} The Duty of Restitution. Luke 19:8

                  Charles Walker {Reverend, Rutland, Vermont} Evidences of True Conversion. Luke 19:8,9.

                  Beriah Green {Reverend, Professor of Biblical Literature in the Western Reserve College, Hudson, Ohio} Christian Obligations. Romans 14:7,8. Claims of the Prison Discipline Society to the Support of Christians. Matthew 5:44-47.

                  Stephen Higginson Tyng {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} Difficulties of Old Age Without Religion. Jeremiah 6:4. Sorrows of Old Age Without Religion. Ecclesiastes 6:3.

14            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickinson, A.M. Volumes 7, 8 (For the Two Years Commencing June, 1832)

                  Volume 7 - Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} Development of Christian Character. Matthew 5:14-16. Reasons Why the Christian Character Should be Developed. Matthew 5:14-16.

                  Bennett Tyler {D.D., Portland, Maine} Human and Divine Agency united in the Salvation of the Soul. Philippians 2:12,13.

                  Alvan Hyde {D.D., Lee, Massachusetts} The Fruit of the Spirit. Galatians 5:22,23.

                  Josiah Hopkins {Reverend, Auburn, New York} The Law not Repealed by the Gospel. Romans 3:31.

                  Sylvester Holmes {Reverend, New-Bedford, Massachusetts} The Measure of the Sinner's Duty. II Corinthians 8:12.

                  Ambrose Edson {Reverend, Berlin, Connecticut} God's Claims, and the Sinner's Immediate Duty. I Samuel 15:22.

                  William Allen {D.D., President of Bowdoin College, Maine} Freedom Conferred Only by the Gospel. John 8:36. (Preached in New-York, October 2, 1832, before the American Board of Foreign Missions.)

                  Parsons Cooke {Reverend, Ware, Massachusetts} The Unknown Depths of Sin. Luke 23:34.

                  Silas M'Keen {Reverend, Bradford, Vermont} Sinners Entreated to Seek the Savior. Isaiah 55:6.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Albany, New York} The God of the Christian and the God of the Infidel. Psalm 86:8. Choosing the Good Part. Luke 10:42.

                  Nathan Perkins {D.D., West-Hartford, Connecticut} The Doctrines Essential to Salvation. II Peter 1:12-15. (Preached on the Sixtieth Anniversary of his Ministry at that Place.)

                  Enoch Pond {Professor of Theology in the Theological Seminary at Bangor, Maine} Conviction of Sin by the Law. Romans 3:20

                  Mark Tucker {D.D., Troy, New York} Means of a Revival of Religion. Amos 7:2. Alarm to the Careless. Isaiah 32:11.

                  George A. Lintner {Pastor of the Lutheran Church, Schoharie, New-York} Experimental Religion. I John 5:10.

                  George E. Pierce {Reverend, Harwinton, Connecticut} The Tears of Jesus. Luke 19:41,42.

                  Swann Lyman Pomroy {Reverend, Bangor, Maine} Practical Examination of the Doctrine of the Saints' Perseverance. Hebrews 6:4-6.

                  Cyrus Mason {Reverend, New-York} Lessons from the Life of Joseph. Genesis 45:28

                  William Nevins {Reverend, Baltimore, Maryland} The Solemn Question Answered. Jeremiah 8:6.

                  Volume 8 - George B. Miller { Professor in the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Hartwick, New York} The Conversion of Zacheus. Luke 19:5.

                  Seth Smith {Reverend, Geneva, New York} The Holy Spirit's Agency in Regeneration. Ezekiel 36:25-27.

                  Robert H. Bishop {D.D., President of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio} Purification of the Sacred Ministry. Malachi 3:3,4.

                  Leonard Woods {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover, Massachusetts} Apostolic Preaching. Acts 20:17-21, 25-27. (Delivered in the City of New-York, at the Ordination of Leonard Woods, Junior, May 12, 1833.)

                  Richard Salter Storrs {A.M., Braintree, Massachusetts} Unsearchable Riches of Christ. Ephesians 3:8. Preparation for Meeting God. Amos 4:12.

                  G. W. Perkins {Reverend, Montreal, Canada} The Sinner's Ability to Obey God, if he Will. Isaiah 30:10.

                  Nathaniel Bouton {Reverend, Concord, New-Hampshire} Private Prayer. Matthew 6:6. Social Prayer. Matthew 18:19,20.

                  Aaron W. Leland {D.D., Charleston, South Carolina} The Guilt and Misery Attendant on Parental Indulgence. I Samuel 3:13.

                  Stephen Chapin {D.D., President of Columbian College, D. C.} Peculiar Responsibilities of Young Men. I John 2:14.

                  Heman Humphrey {D.D., President of Amherst College, Massachusetts} Time Measured by Eternity. James 4:14.

                  William Nevins {Reverend, Baltimore, Maryland} Solemn Views of Probation. James 4:14.

                  Mark Tucker {D.D., Troy, New York} Solemn Rebuke to the Ungrateful and Backsliding. Luke 17:17.

                  Cornelius C. Cuyler {D.D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} Causes of a Decline of Revivals. Hosea 6:4.

                  John H. Agnew {Reverend, Uniontown, Pennsylvania} The Loveliness of Christian Love. I Peter 3:8.

                  Ansel Nash {Reverend, Windsor, Connecticut} Union Among Christians. I Corinthians 1:10.

                  Edward Hitchcock {Reverend, Professor of Chemistry and Natural History, in Amherst College} Nature of Intemperance in Eating. Jude 12.

                  Henry R. Weed {Reverend, Wheeling, Virginia} The Murder of a Faithful Minister; or, The Downward Course of Sin. Mark 6:26-28.

                  Cornelius Everest {Reverend, Norwich, Connecticut} The Nature and Efficiency of True Prayer. Matthew 21:22.

                  Edward Hitchcock {Reverend, Professor of Chemistry and Natural History, in Amherst College}  The Consequences of Intemperance in Eating. Proverbs 23:2.

15            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickinson, A.M. Volumes 9, 10 (From the Two Years Commencing June 1834, and Ending May, 1836)

                  Volume 9  - James Richards {D.D., Professor of Christian Theology in the Seminary at Auburn, New York} The Great King. Malachi 1:14. Practical Illustration of God's Universal Providence. I Kings 22:34,35.

                  Leonard Woods {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover, Massachusetts} Preached April 11, 1834, at the Funeral of Reverend Ebenezer Porter, D.D. John 17:4.

                  Baxter Dickinson {Reverend, Newark, New-Jersey} Ground of the Difficulty of Conversion. Jeremiah 2:25.

                  Charles Walker {Reverend, Castleton, Vermont} Christ Died for Man. Romans 5:6.

                  Robert H. Bishop {D.D., President of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio} The Man that Gathered Sticks on the Sabbath. Numbers 15:32-36.

                  Aaron W. Leland {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina} The Secret Counsels of God. Deuteronomy 29:29.

                  Thomas E. Vermilye {Reverend, West Spring, Massachusetts} The Beatific Vision. Psalm 17:15. The Guilt of Unbelief. John 16:9.

                  Edward Hitchcock {Reverend, Professor of Chemistry and Natural History, in Amherst College} Blessings of Temperance in Food. Daniel 1:12-15.

                  George C. Beckwith {Reverend, Portland, Maine} Zeal in Religion. Galatians 4:18. Danger and Folly of Delay. Acts 24:25.

                  Robert H. Bishop {D.D., President of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio} A Good Wife a Heavenly Gift. Proverbs 19:14.

                  David Magie {Reverend, Elizabethtown, New-Jersey} The Sabbath a National Blessing. Mark 2:27.

                  D. L. Carroll {Reverend, Brooklyn, New York} Disastrous Effects of Little Sins in Christians. Ecclesiastes 10:1. The Wise Reckoning of Time. Psalm 9:12. (A New Year's Sermon)

                  Leonard Woods {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover} On the Death of Lyman, Munson, and others. Hebrews 12:10,11. (Delivered in the Theological Seminary at Andover, February 1, 1835.)

                  Joel Mann {Reverend, Greenwich, Connecticut} The Obstinate Perverseness of Men. Jeremiah 8:5.

                  Samuel M. Worcester {Reverend, Salem, Massachusetts} Dying the Death of the Righteous. Numbers 23:10.

                  William Mitchell {Reverend, Rutland, Vermont} The Sinner his own Destroyer. Luke 19:41,42.

                  Worthington Smith {Reverend, St. Albans, Vermont} Resisting the Holy Ghost. Acts 7:51.

                  Volume 10 - Edward Beecher {Reverend, President of Illinois College} The Nature, Importance, and Means of Eminent Holiness throughout the Church. Matthew 16:3; Romans 14:17; Luke 17:20,21; Isaiah 52:1,2.

                  Seth Williston {Reverend, Durham, New York} The Truth in Relation to Christ the Great Bond of Fellowship. I John 1:3.

                  John H. Agnew {Reverend, Professor in Newark College, Delaware} Motives and Means of Peace in the Churches. Psalm 112:7.

                  Samuel Miller {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New-Jersey} The Importance of Domestic Happiness. Job 5:24. The Means of Domestic Happiness. Job 5:24.

                  William C. Brownlee {D.D., New-York} The Authenticity and Genuineness of the Bible, and Madness of Infidelity. Hosea 8:12.

                  William Adams {Reverend, New-York} The History, Character, and Importance of the Received English Version of the Bible. Romans 15:4.

                  Rufus W. Bailey {Reverend, South Carolina} The Humiliation of Christ. Acts 2:33. The Exaltation of Christ. Acts 2:33. The Trinity Employed in Man's Redemption. Acts 2:33.

                  Samuel Miller {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New-Jersey} The Earth filled with the Glory of the Lord. Numbers 14:20,21.

                  James M. Mathews {D.D., Chancellor of the University of New-York City} The Religious Influence of Mothers. II Kings 4:19. The Adorable Savior. John 9:38, Hebrews 1:6. Critical Periods in the Sinner's Life. Luke 19:42,44.

                  Baxter Dickinson {Reverend, Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Theology, in Lane Seminary} The Importance and Means of an Able Ministry. II Timothy 2:15. (Delivered on the Occasion of his Inauguration as Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Theology, in Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, December 17, 1835.) Sure Means of Spiritual Prosperity. Acts 20:32. (Delivered on Occasion of his Resigning the Charge of the Third Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey, November 22, 1835.)

                  Daniel A. Clark {Reverend, New-York} The Sinner's Desperate Depravity. Jeremiah 3:5. The Nature and Results of Sanctification. John 17:17. The Means of Sanctification. John 17:17.

                  James Milnor {D.D., New-York} The One Thing Needful. Ephesians 2:1. The Parable of the Tares. Matthew 13:24-30.

                  William T. Hamilton {Reverend, Mobile, Alabama} Perdition Dreadful. Psalm 26:9.

                  Ira Tracy {Reverend, Missionary of the American Board to Eastern Asia} The Example of Christ in Self-Denial. Philippians 2:5.

16            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickson. Volumes 11, 12 (1837)

                  Volume 11 - Troy Edwards {Reverend, Rochester, New York} The Infinite Worth of the Soul. Psalm 49:8.

                  Edwin Holt {Reverend, Charleston, South Carolina} Union of Christians Essential to the World's Conversion. John 17:21.

                  D. Van Volkenberg {Reverend, East Richfield, New-York} The Exceeding Sinfulness of Sin. Romans 7:13.

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor of Theology in Bangor, Maine} Necessity and Means of Regeneration. John 3:3.

                  Benjamin M. Palmer {D.D., Charleston, South Carolina} The Sinner Arraigned and Convicted. Daniel 5:27.

                  Rufus W. Bailey {Reverend, South Carolina} The Nature, Necessity, and Evidence of Repentance. Acts 2:38.

                  Jared Bell Waterbury {Reverend, Hudson, New York} Lessons from Autumn. Isaiah 64:6.

                  George Shepard {Reverend, Hallowell, Maine} The Influence of Christ's Coming on Human Destiny. Luke 2:34.35.

                  Edward F. Cutter {Reverend, Warren, Maine} The Harvest Past. Jeremiah 8:20.

                  David Magie {Reverend, Elizabethtown, New Jersey} Carelessness about Religion Unreasonable. Acts 18:17.

                  Nathaniel Emmons {D.D., Franklin Massachusetts} Reconciliation with God. Matthew 5:25,26.

                  Leonard E. Lathrop {Reverend, Salisbury, Connecticut} The Propriety and Design of an Annual Thanksgiving. Leviticus 23:39.

                  Samuel Miller {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New-Jersey} The Lord Our Righteousness. Jeremiah 23:6.

                  John M'Dowell {D.D., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} Joshua's Resolution to Serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15.

                  Job Foster Halsey {D.D., Principal of the Raritan Seminary for Young Ladies in Perth Amboy, New Jersey} and Austin Dickinson {Reverend, New-York} The Real Christian. Romans 8:9.

                  Gardiner Spring {D.D., New York} The Alarming Power of Sin. Jeremiah 13:23.

                  Swann Lyman Pomroy {Reverend, Bangor, Maine} The Unchangeable God. James 1:17.

                  Nathan Sidney Smith Beman {D.D., Troy, New York} Punctuality in the Payment of Debts. Romans 13:8.

                  Joel Hawes {D.D., Hartford, Connecticut} The Goodness of God fitted to Lead Men to Repentance. Romans 2:4.

                  Austin Dickinson {Reverend, New-York} The Day of Judgment: or, Final Appeal to the Impenitent. Psalm 1:5.

                  Volume 12 - Edward Dorr Griffin {D.D., President of Williams College} The Worth of the Soul. Matthew 16:26. The Knowledge of God. Colossians 1:10.

                  Thomas M'Auley {D.D., President of the New York Theological Seminary} The Faithful Preacher, and Wages of Unfaithfulness. I Corinthians 11:16.

                  Jonathan B. Condit {Reverend, Professor of Rhetoric in Amherst College} Grace Irreconcilable with Sin. Romans 6:1,2.

                  Edwin Hall {Reverend, Norwalk, Connecticut} Forgiveness of Others, a Condition of the Divine Forgiveness. Matthew 6:12,14,15. The Nature and Spirit of the Prayer for Forgiveness. Matthew 6:12.

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, New York} The Baptism of the Holy Ghost. Acts 1:5.

                  Charles Hoover {Reverend, Newark, New Jersey} The Criminality, Cowardice, and Cure of Dueling. Numbers 35:16-18.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Albany, New York} The Abounding Grace of the Gospel. Luke 14:22. Destructive Consequences of Self-Flattery. Proverbs 14:12.

                  John H. Church {D.D., Pelham, New Hampshire} The Unsearchable Riches of Christ. Ephesians 3:8. The Power of the Cross. John 3:14,15.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Supremacy of the Laws. Romans 13:1-7.

                  Tryon Edwards {Reverend, Rochester, New York} Monitions of the Judgment. II Corinthians 5:10. The Sinner's Character, Course, and End. Philippians 3:18,19.

                  Robert Page {Reverend, Levant, Maine} The Character and Blessedness of the Humble. Isaiah 66:2.

                  David Abeel {Reverend, Missionary to China} The Influence of Foreign Missions on the Church. Isaiah 64:2.

                  Maurice W. Dwight {Reverend, Brooklyn, New York} The Guilt and Danger of Reading Infidel, Fictitious, and Impure Works. Acts 19:20; Proverbs 19:27.

17            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Darius Mead. Volumes 13, 14 (1839)

                  Volume 13 - Jeremiah Day {D.D., President of Yale College} Contending for the Faith. Jude 3

                  Joseph Fuller {Reverend, Ridgefield, Connecticut} The Sinner his own Destroyer. Ezekiel 33:11.

                  Sylvester Woodbridge {Reverend, New York} The Devoted Pastor. I Timothy 4:15.

                  Edwin Hall {Reverend, Norwalk, Connecticut} Submission to Civil Authority. I Peter 2:13-17. True Freedom. John 8:36.

                  Noah Porter {D.D., Farmington, Connecticut} Profanation of the Sabbath. Nehemiah 13:17,18.

                  Horace Bushnell {Reverend, Hartford, Connecticut} Living to God in Small Things. Luke 16:10.

                  John Todd {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Guilt and Danger of Secret Sins. Psalms 19:12. Selfishness the Great Sin. Philippians 2:21.

                  Hollis Read {Reverend} The Sacredness of the Sanctuary. Genesis 28:17.

                  Royal Robbins {Reverend, Berlin, Connecticut} The Spirit of the Bible. Psalm 119:156.

                  Rufus W. Bailey {Reverend, North Carolina} The Nature and Reason of the Christian's Hope. I Peter 3:15.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Albany, New York} I Would not Live Away. Job 7:16. The Crown of Thorns and the Many Crowns. Revelation 19:12.

                  Mark Tucker {D.D., Providence, Rhode Island} Paul's Visit to Rome. Romans 15:29.

                  T. S. Clarke {Reverend, Stockbridge, Massachusetts} The Pulpit Worth more than it Costs. Matthew 26:8.

                  Joel Hawes {D.D., Hartford, Connecticut} Fruitfulness in Old Age. Psalm 92:14.

                  Volume 14 - Ebenezer Porter {D.D., President of the Theological Seminary, Andover} Probation. Galatians 6:7,8. The Judgment. Acts 17:31.

                  S. R. Andrew {Reverend, Woodbury, Connecticut} The Question Whether it is Right to use Intoxicating Drinks at the Present Day tried and Settled. II Corinthians 5:10.

                  Thomas E. Vermilye {D.D., New York} Death by Spiritual Blindness. II Corinthians 4:3. The Great Question Answered. 16:30.

                  John Williams Yeomans {Reverend, Trenton, New Jersey} Family Religion. Genesis 6:17. Family Salvation. Genesis 7:7.

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, New-York} The Claims of Sacred Music. Psalms 98: 4-6.

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor of Theology in Bangor, Maine} God a Great King. Malachi 1:14.

                  Noah Porter {D.D., Farmington, Connecticut} God the Strength of his People. Isaiah 60:29.

                  Baxter Dickenson {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Auburn, New York} Outpouring of the Spirit Under the Gospel Isaiah 32:15.

                  Leonard Woods {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover, Massachusetts} Salvation by Grace. II Timothy 1:18. (A Sermon Delivered at the Funeral of the Rev. John Hubbard Church, D.D., who Died at Pelham, New Hampshire, June 12, 1840, aged 68. )

                  Hubbard Winslow {Reverend, Boston, Massachusetts} The Prospects of Christianity. Daniel 7:13,14.

                  Nathan Sidney Smith Beman {D.D., Troy, New York} The Gospel Adapted to the Wants of the World. Psalm 72:17. (Preached in Providence, September 9, 1840, before the American Board of Foreign Missions.)

                  David R. Downer {Reverend, New York City, New York} Intemperance the Great Destroyer. Exodus 20:13.

                  Horace Bushnell {Reverend, Hartford, Connecticut} American Politics. John 19:12.

                  A General Index, A Topical Index, and A Textual Index of the National Preacher for Forty Years. From 1826 to 1866. In Forty Volumes. With an Addenda Index, for Convenience and Reference. (1872)

18            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Walter Hilliard Bidwell. Volumes 15, 16 (1841)

                  Volume 15 - Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Theory of Revivals. Isaiah 45:8. Vindication of Revivals, and their Influence on this Country. Isaiah 45:8. The Importance of Revivals there. Luke 24:47. The Desirableness of Revivals. Habakkuk 3:2. The Hindrances to Revivals there. Luke 19:41,42; Matthew 23:37. The Duties of Christians in Regard to Revivals there. Acts 17:16. (Revivals of Religion in Cities and Large Towns.)

                  George Shepard {Reverend, Professor in the Theological Seminary in Bangor, Maine} The Methods of the Adversary. II Corinthians 4:4.

                  Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater {Reverend, Fairfield, Connecticut} The Causes of Superficial and Transient Religious Experience. Luke 8:13.

                  William Adams {Reverend, Pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, New-York}  Sermon Delivered on the Sabbath after the Decease of the Late President Harrison. Isaiah 2:22.

                  Henry Philip Tappan {Reverend, Professor of the University of the City of New-York} Human Agency in the Evangelization of the World. Acts 8:30,31. (One of the Series on the Conversion of the World, Delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, New-York.)

                  Leonard Bacon {Reverend, Pastor of the First Church, New Haven} The Primitive Christians. Acts 11:26. What is it to Become a Christian? Acts 16:31-34.

                  Jared Bell Waterbury {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Hudson, New York} God Exalted in the Discipline of Nations. Isaiah 2:11-17. (A Sermon Delivered on the 14th Day of May, 1841; Being the Day of the National Fast Recommended by the President of the United States.) The Issues of the Final Judgment. Revelation 20:12.

                  Charles Hall {Reverend, One of the Secretaries of the American Home Missionary Society, New York} Means of the World's Conversion. Jeremiah 31:33,34.

                  Ichabod Smith Spencer {Reverend, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Long Island} Living and Walking in the Spirit. Galatians 5:25.

                  William R. Williams {Pastor of the Amity-Street Baptist Church, New York} The Preaching of another Gospel Accursed. Galatians 1:6-9.

                  William Hague {Pastor of the Federal-Street Baptist Church, Boston, Massachusetts} A Vain Religion. James 1:26.

                  Justin Edwards {D.D., President of the Theological Seminary, Andover, Massachusetts} The Spirit of the Lord the Builder of His Spiritual Temple. Zechariah 4:6. (Delivered in Philadelphia, September 8, 1841, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.)

                  Rufus Anderson {D.D., One of the Secretaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions} The Promised Advent of the Spirit. Joel 2:28-32.

                  Luther Fraseur Dimmick {Reverend, Pastor of the North Church, Newburyport, Massachusetts} The Connection of Religious Doctrines. Titus 2:7.

                  Jonathan B. Condit {Reverend, Pastor of the Second Church, Portland, Maine} Completeness of Christian Character. II Peter 1:5-7.

                  George B. Ide {Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia} Moral Insanity of Irreligious Men. Ecclesiastes 9:3.

                  Edwin Hall {Reverend, Norwalk, Connecticut} The Manner of Worshiping God. Ecclesiastes 5:1,2.

                  Volume 16 - Joel Hawes (D.D., Hartford, Connecticut) Hearers of the Gospel in a Solemn Situation. John 15:22.

                  William R. De Witt {Reverend, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania} A Prayer for Zion. Psalm 80:1-3. (Preached before the Synod of Pennsylvania, November 2nd, 1841, and Published at their Request.) A Fragment. II Timothy 1:10.

                  Charles P. McIlvaine {D.D., Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio} Consecration Sermon for Reverend Alfred Lee, D.D. I Timothy 4:16. (Delivered before the Bishops, and Laity, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in General Convention, at the Consecration of the Reverend Alfred Lee, D.D., to the Episcopate of the Diocese of Delaware, in St. Paul's Chapel, New York, on Tuesday, October 12, 1841.)

                  James G. Hamner {Reverend, Baltimore} The Suddenness of Christ's Coming. Luke 22:26.

                  Jared Bell Waterbury {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Hudson, New York} Filial Duty. Exodus 20:12. An Abstract of a Sermon. Nehemiah 11:18. (Suited to the Monthly Concert.)

                  Joel Hawes {D.D., Hartford, Connecticut} Spiritual Prosperity in a Congregation. Acts 2:47.

                  John Stephen Cabot Abbott {Reverend, Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Nantucket, Massachusetts} Reciprocal Duties of Pastor and People. Acts 20:28.

                  Nehemiah Adams {Reverend, Boston, Massachusetts} Christian Union of the Heart and Treasure. Matthew 6:21. (A Missionary Sermon.)

                  Asa Dodge Smith {Reverend, Pastor of the Brainerd Presbyterian Church, New York} Revivals of Religion. Habakkuk 3:2. "I am not Mad."--Paul. Ministers of the Gospel at the Last Day.

                  Richard Fuller {Reverend, Beaufort, South Carolina} The Cross. John 12:32. (Preached before the General Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States, at Baltimore, April 28, 1841.)

                  George Shepard {Reverend, Professor in the Theological Seminary in Bangor, Maine} The Evils and Remedy of Covetousness. Luke 12:15.

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary in Bangor, Maine} Conversion. Ezekiel 33:11.

                  George Washington Bethune {D.D., Pastor of the Third Dutch Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Living Redeemer. Job 19:25,26. Glimpse of Heaven.

                  Richard Salter Storrs {D.D., Braintree, Massachusetts} Ministerial Zeal. Galatians 4:18. (Preached before the Pastoral Association of Massachusetts, at Boston, May 24, 1842.)

                  John Mines {D.D., Maryland} The Spirit of the Gospel Ministry. II Corinthians 6:6. (Preached at Richmond, at the opening of the Synod of Virginia.)

                  John Marsh {Reverend, Corresponding Secretary of the American Temperance Union} The Hand of God in the Reformation of Drunkards. Psalm 118:23.

                  Royal Robbins {Reverend, Berlin, Connecticut} The Guidance needed by Youth. Jeremiah 3:4.

                  Leonard Bacon {D.D., Pastor of the First Church, New Haven, Connecticut} The Day Approaching. Mark 16:15; Hebrews 10:25; Revelation 14:6. (Preached to the General Association of Connecticut, at Wethersfield, June 21st, 1842.)

                  Simeon North {Reverend, LL.D., President of Hamilton College, Clinton, New York} The Gift of the Holy Spirit to Christians, a Preparation for the Conversion of Sinners. Psalms 51:11-13. The Worth and Care of the Soul. Mark 7:36.

                  William R. De Witt {Reverend, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania} The Love of Christ the Motive of Missionary Effort. II Corinthians 5:14. (Preached in Norwich, Connecticut, September 13, 1842, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.)

                  Thomas E. Vermilye {D.D., Collegiate Pastor of the Reformed Protestant Dutch, New York} The Religious Instruction of the Young. II Timothy 3:15.

                  Oliver E. Daggett {Reverend, Pastor of the South Congregational Church, Hartford, Connecticut} The Time of the End Uncertain. Acts 1:6,7.

19            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Walter Hilliard Bidwell. Volumes 17, 18 (1843)

                  Volume 17 - Rufus Anderson {D.D., One of the Secretaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions} Religious Discipline of the Thoughts. II Corinthians 10:5.

                  George B. Cheever {Reverend, Pastor of the Allen Street Presbyterian Church, New York} A New Year's Sermon Genesis 5:26.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Great Separation. Matthew 10:35. The Sovereign Purpose of God to Save His People; An Encouragement to Effort. Acts 18:9,10. (Preached before the Synod of Pennsylvania October 25, 1842.)

                  William R. Williams {Reverend, Pastor of the Amity Street Baptist Church, New York} The Sea giving up its Dead. Revelation 20:3. (Delivered at the Time of a Collection made for the American Seamen's Friend Society.)

                  Baron Stow {Reverend, Pastor of the Baldwin Place Baptist Church, Boston, Massachusetts} Religion Our Life. Deuteronomy 32:47. A Short Sermon. Acts 9:6.

                  Milton Badger {Reverend, One of the Secretaries of the American Home Missionary Society} Fathers Invited into the Ark. Genesis 7:1.

                  William B. Lewis {Reverend, Pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York} Why should the Work Cease. Nehemiah 6:3. Excuses for not being a Christian. Luke 14:18. Prayer a Means of Revivals. Habakkuk 3:2.

                  Hubbard Winslow {Reverend, Pastor of the Bowdoin Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts} The Triumph of the Cross; As Opposed to the Modern Theory of Second Adventism. John 12:32.

                  Frederick B. Thomson {Reverend, American Missionary in Borneo} Missionaries Purified by Affliction. Isaiah 48:10. (Preached at Pontiank, on Sabbath, June 26, 1842, to the Members of the Borneo Mission, and Published at their Request.)

                  George B. Ide {Reverend, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Tokens of Perdition. Philippians 1:28.

                  Tryon Edwards {Reverend, Rochester, New York} Estimates of Life. James 4:14.

                  Leverett Griggs {Reverend, Pastor of the Congregational Church, North Haven, Connecticut} A Perpetual Revival. II Chronicles 15:2.

                  Gorham D. Abbott {Reverend, New York} The Lord Our Righteousness. Jeremiah 23:5,6; 33:16.

                  John Stephen Cabot Abbott {Reverend, Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Nantucket, Massachusetts} The Future Triumphs of the Gospel. Isaiah 2:2.

                  J. N. Wycoff {D.D., Pastor of the Second Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, New York} The Spirit of Missions. Galatians 1:15,16. Necessity of Revivals of Religion. Acts 3:19.

                  Mark Hopkins {D.D., President of Williams College} Spiritual Worship. John 4:24. (Delivered before the Pastoral Association of Massachusetts, in Park Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts, May 30, 1843.)

                  John Mitchell {Reverend, Northampton, Massachusetts} Christian Courtesy. I Peter 5:5.

                  Thomas Harvey Skinner {D.D., Pastor of the Mercer Street Presbyterian Church, New York.} Progress, The Law of the Missionary Work. Philippians 3:13. (Delivered in Rochester, New York, September 12, 1843, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.)

                  Charles S. Porter {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Utica, New York} Abandonment of God Predicated by the Aged. Psalm 71:9.

                  Albert Tracy Chester {Reverend, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Saratoga Springs, New York} The Whole Family of Christ. Ephesians 3:15. How I Ought to Keep the Sabbath. Exodus 20:8-11.

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The Great Conflict. Ephesians 6:12. (Delivered at the Ordination of Reverend Preston Pond, as Pastor of the Congregational Church and Society in Eastport, Maine.)

                  Volume 18 - Horace Bushnell {Reverend, Hartford, Connecticut} The Great Timekeeper.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} On Dancing. I Corinthians 8:12,13.

                  Nicholas Murray {D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabethtown, New Jersey} The World Subdued by Faith. I John 5:4.

                  Nathaniel W. Fisher {Reverend, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Palmyra, New York} Truth and its Triumphs. II Thessalonians 3:1. (Delivered before the Alumni of Auburn Theological Seminary, at its Last Anniversary, August 15, 1843.)

                  William S. Tyler {Reverend, Professor of Languages in Amherst College, Massachusetts} The Long Suffering of God. II Peter 3:9.

                  James W. McLane {Reverend, Pastor of the Madison Street Presbyterian Church, New York} Faults in Prayer. James 4:3.

                  William R. Williams {Reverend, Pastor of the Amity Street Baptist Church, New York} The Lesson of Calamity. Luke 13:4,5. Rewards and Punishments. John 5:28,29.

                  Anson Rood {Reverend, Pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} Death Dreadful to the Ungodly. Psalm 26:9.

                  Elisha Yale {D.D., Pastor of the Congregational Church, Kingsboro, New York} The Divine Method. I Corinthians 16:2. (Of Raising Charity Contributions.)

                  John M. Whiton {Reverend, Antrim, New Hampshire} The Salvation of the Gospel Great, and not to be Neglected with Impunity. Hebrews 2:3.

                  George Washington Bethune {D.D., Pastor of the Third Reformed Dutch Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Strength of Christian Charity. II Corinthians 9:8-14. The Lamentation. Jeremiah 8:20.

                  Heman Humphrey {D.D., President of Amherst College, Massachusetts} Wisdom and Folly. Proverbs 10:1.

                  Mark Tucker {D.D., Providence, Rhode Island} The Guilt of Continued Impenitence. Matthew 11:21.

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, New York} The Social Prayer-Meeting. Matthew 18:19,20.

                  Edwin Hall {Reverend, Norwalk, Connecticut} The Duty of Christian Joy. I Thessalonians 5:16.

                  Joel Hawes { D.D., Pastor of the First Church, Hartford, Connecticut } The Woman of Samaria. John 4:21-26.

                  George W. Eaton {Reverend, Professor of Civil and Ecclesiastical History, Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution, New York} The Blessings of the Gospel to the Poor. Luke 7:22. The Self-Flattery of Sinners. Galatians 6:7.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Missionary Enterprise Dependant on the Religion of Principle for Success. Luke 14:28-32. (A Sermon Preached before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at Worcester, Massachusetts, September 10, 1844.)

                  Samuel T. Spear {Reverend, Pastor of the South Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York} The Law of Grace in the Bestowment of "The Increase," Considered in its Application to Christians. I Corinthians 3:6.

                  Nathaniel Bouton {Reverend, Concord, New Hampshire} Experience in the Ministry. I Timothy 4:15.

                  Elam Smalley {Reverend, Worcester, Massachusetts} Spontaneousness in Christian Duty. II Corinthians 8:3.

                  John Richards {Reverend, Pastor of the Church at Dartmouth College} The Blessed Consequence of Repentance. Acts 3:19.

 20           The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Walter Hilliard Bidwell. Volumes 19, 20 (1845)

                  Volume 19 - Erskine Mason {D.D., Pastor of the Bleeker Street Presbyterian Church, New York} The Approach of Death - A New Year's Sermon. Revelation 3:11.

                  David Magie {D.D., Elizabethtown, New Jersey} The Ministration of the Spirit. II Corinthians 8:8.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Duties which the Members of the Church Owe to each other. I Corinthians 12:12, 13, 26.

                  Jonathan Brace {Reverend, New York} The Nature and Employment of Holy Angels. Hebrews 1:14.

                  Thomas Harvey Skinner {D.D., Pastor of the Mercer Street Presbyterian Church, New York.} Mistakes in Education. II Timothy 1:5.

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, Pastor of the Seventh Presbyterian Church, New York} The Lord Departed. Judges 16:20.

                  Noah Porter {D.D., Farmington, Connecticut} Stability in the Christian Faith. Hebrews 13:9.

                  George Shepard {Reverend, Professor in Theology in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The Gospel Woe. Matthew 11:20,21.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Death of a Mother. Psalm 35: 14. (Occasioned by the Recent Death of the Author's Mother.)

                  Jared Bell Waterbury {D.D., Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Hudson, New York} Death and Immortality. Ecclesiastes 13:7. Obstacles to Conversion. Luke 14:18.

                  Richard Salter Storrs {D.D., Braintree, Massachusetts} The Necessity and Benefits of Early Religious Training. Isaiah 28:9,10. (Preached at the request of the American Sunday School Union, at Philadelphia, May 18, 1845.) Early Conversion of Children. Proverbs 8:17.

                  Mark Tucker {D.D., Providence, Rhode Island} A Revival of Religion, God's Work. Psalm 119:126.

                  Samuel W. Fisher {Reverend, Albany, New York} Providence and its Teachings. Isaiah 14:7; 26:9.

                  Joseph P. Thompson {Reverend, Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York} God's Providence in the Late Fire. Psalm 127:1.

                  Thomas Brainerd {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} On the Death of General Jackson. I Timothy 2:1,2. (Preached in the Pine Street Church, Sabbath Evening, July 6, 1845.)

                  Eli Thurston {Reverend, Pastor of the South Church in Hallowell, Maine} The Magnitude of the Ministerial Work. Nehemiah 6:3. (A Sermon Delivered in Fryeburg, Maine, June 24, 1845, before the Maine "Congregational Charitable Society.")

                  Elipha White {D.D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, John's Island, South Carolina} Growth in Knowledge and Grace. II Peter 3:18.

                  Mark Hopkins {D.D., President of Williams College} Burdens to be Cast upon the Lord. Psalm 55:22. (Delivered in Brooklyn, New York, September 9, 1845, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.) Results of Faithful Preaching. II Timothy 2:15.

                  George Shepard {Reverend, Professor in Theology in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The Eclipsed Luminary. Matthew 6:23.

                  Benjamin Tappan {D.D., Pastor of the South Church in Augusta, Maine} The Wages of Sin. Romans 6:23.

                  Horace Bushnell {Reverend, Pastor of the North Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Moral Uses of the Sea. Genesis 1:10. (Delivered on board the Packet Ship Victoria, Captain Morgan, at Sea, July, 1845.)

                  Jacob Abbott {Reverend, New York} Submission to the Divine Will. I Peter 5:6,7.

                  Volume 20 - Joel Hawes {D.D., Pastor of the First Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Eternity Contemplated - A New Year's Sermon. Psalm 39:4.

                  George B. Cheever {Reverend, Pastor of the Allen Street Presbyterian Church, New York} Probationary Discipline. Luke 13:6,9. The Year Just Closed. Secret Success in Preaching.

                  Leonard Bacon {D.D., Pastor of the First Church, New Haven, Connecticut} The Old Age of Piety. Psalm 92:14. (Preached in the First Church, New Haven, on the 12th of October, 1845; The Lord's Day after the Decease of Mrs. Mary Dwight, Widow of President Dwight.)

                  Grove L. Brownell {Reverend, Pastor of the Congregational Church of Sharon, Connecticut} The Death of the Righteous a Cause for Lamentation. I Samuel 25:1. (A Discourse delivered December 9, 1845, at the Funeral of the Honorable John Cotton Smith, President of the American Bible Society.) Family Prayer. A Profitable Spending of the Sabbath.

                  Laurens Perseus Hickok {D.D., Richards, Professor of Theology in the Seminary, Auburn, New York} Public Worship more Acceptable to God than Private Devotion. Psalm 87:1,2.

                  David B. Coe {Reverend, Pastor of the Allen Street Presbyterian Church, New York} War as a means of settling National Disputes. II Samuel 2:26.

                  George Potts {D.D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in University Place, New York} The Hour. John 17:1. (A Communion Sermon.)

                  Elisha Yale {D.D., Pastor of the Congregational Church, Kingsboro, New York} Charge to the Rich. I Timothy 6:17,19. Pointing the Arrows.

                  George Ames Lintner {D.D., Pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Schoharie, New York} An Appeal to the Churches on the Low State of Religion. Matthew 24:12. The Christian's Need of a Revival of Religion. Psalm 51:12,13.

                  William T. Savage {Reverend, Pastor of the First Congregational Church, Houlton, Maine} Christian Tolerance. Matthew 7:12.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Value of the Sabbath to Young Men. Mark 2:27. (Delivered in the Broadway Tabernacle, New York, Sabbath Evening, May 17, 1846; and in the Trenton Temple, Boston, Sabbath Evening, May 24, 1846, before the American and Foreign Sabbath Union.) The Christian Minister's Lament. Luke 19:41.

                  Ansel Doane Eddy {D.D., Newark, New Jersey} The Faith Delivered to the Saints. Jude 8. (Delivered before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, at their Triennial Session, in Philadelphia, May 21, 1846.)

                  George Ames Lintner {D.D., Pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Schoharie, New York} The Duty of Christians to Assemble for Prayer. Matthew 18:20.

                  Horace Bushnell {Reverend, Pastor of the North Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Unconscious Influence. John 20:8.

                  Rufus Anderson {D.D., One of the Secretaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions} The Theory of Missions to the Heathen. II Corinthians 5:20. (Delivered at the Ordination of Mr. Edward Webb, as a Missionary to the Heathen, at Ware, Massachusetts, October 23, 1846.)

                  Samuel T. Spear {Reverend, Pastor of the South Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York} Christ in the Believer as the Hope of Glory. Colossians 1:27. Motives to Early Piety. Proverbs 8:17.

                  Joel Hawes {D.D., Pastor of the First Church, Hartford, Connecticut} The Help of the Lord, the Seal of the Missionary Work. I Samuel 7:12. (Preached before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at New Haven, Connecticut, September 8, 1846.)

                  Josiah Hopkins {D.D., Auburn, New York} Sanctification by Means of the Truth. John 17:17.

                  Henry White {D.D., Professor of Systematic Theology un the Union Theological Seminary, New York} The Abrahamic Covenant. Galatians 3:8. (Delivered before the Synod of New York and New Jersey, October 21, 1846.)

                  Lyman Beecher {D.D., President of Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio} God in the Storm. Psalm 107:23-31. A Time to Die. Ecclesiastes 3:2.

                  Reuben Tincker {Reverend, Westfield, New York} The Rich Fool. Luke 12:15-21.

                  George A. Calhoun {Reverend, Coventry, Connecticut} The Stone Rolled from the Door of the Sepulcher. Mark 16:3. The Kind of Ministry Wanted. The Door of Hope Closed.

21            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Walter Hilliard Bidwell. Volume 21 and James Manning Sherwood. Volume 22 (1847)

                  Volume 21 - Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} A Year Considered as a Part of Human Life - A New Year's Sermon. Psalm 90:9.

                  Nehemiah Adams {Reverend, Boston, Massachusetts} On the Death of Dr. Armstrong; Occasioned by the Death of Reverend William J. Armstrong, D.D. Psalm 116:15. (Delivered in the Park Street Church, December 9, 1846.)

                  Asa Dodge Smith {Reverend, Pastor of the Brainerd Presbyterian Church, New York} Withdrawal of the Holy Spirit Deprecated. (Pages 28,29 are missing.)

                  Reuben Tincker {Reverend, Westfield, New York} The Penitent Thief. Luke 23:42.

                  Jacob Little {Reverend, Granville, Ohio} Obedience. Ephesians 6:1-4.

                  Nathan Sidney Smith Beman {D.D., Troy, New York} Collegiate and Theological Education in the West. Genesis 4:9. (Delivered before the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West, at its Annual Meeting at Springfield, Massachusetts, October 28, 1846.)

                  Daniel A. Clark {Reverend, New York} The Importunate Prayer. Habakkuk 1:2. (Furnished, from the Unpublished Manuscripts of the Author, by his Son, Reverend F. G. Clark.) Fatal Tendencies of Unbelief. Hebrews 3:18.

                  Joseph P. Thompson {Reverend, Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York} The uses of Affliction to the Minister of Christ. II Corinthians 1:3,4. (This discourse was occasioned by the recent sudden death of a sister of the author, at Philadelphia. As he was summoned to her death-bed on the day of his weekly lecture, and was detained from home over the Sabbath, the peculiar circumstances of his affliction became so generally known among his people, and awakened so much sympathy, as to call for some allusion to the event in public, after his return. He felt bound, moreover, as a Preacher of the Gospel, to bear his humble testimony to the value of its consolations in the hour of trial.)

                  Leonard E. Lathrop {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Auburn, New York} Elements and Evidences of Prosperity in Christian Congregations. Acts 9:31.

                  Daniel A. Clark {Reverend, New York} The Four Lepers. II Kings 7:3.

                  George B. Ide {Reverend, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Believer's Confidence in the Gospel. Romans 1:16.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Brooklyn, Long Island} Man's Judgment and God's Judgment. I John 3:20.

                  Mark Hopkins {D.D., President of Williams College} The Sabbath and Free Institutions. Isaiah 58:13,14. (Delivered before the American and Sabbath Union, May, 1847.)

                  Heman Humphrey {D.D., President of Amherst College, Massachusetts} Waiting for Revival. Habakkuk 2:3.

                  Daniel A, Clark {Reverend, New York} The Evil doer Hateth the Light. John 3:20. Joy over the Repenting Sinner. Luke 15:10.

                  Richard Salter Storrs, Jr. {Reverend, Pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, New York} The Manner of Self-Examination. II Corinthians 13:5.

                  Charles H. Read {Reverend, Pastor of the Pearl Street Presbyterian Church, New York} The Place of Rest and the Home of the Soul. Proverbs 27:8.

                  Daniel A. Clark {Reverend, New York} The Danger of False Maxims. Deuteronomy 29:19.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, New York} On the Life and Death of Rev. Dr. Chalmers. Matthew 25:15.

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, Pastor of the Seventh Presbyterian Church, New York} The Spirit and Life of the Ministry. (An Address delivered before the graduating Class of the Union Theological Seminary, New York, June 29, 2847, in behalf of the Board of Directors.)

                  Horace Bushnell {Reverend, Pastor of the North Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Barbarism the First Danger. Judges 17:13. (The following discourse was prepared on behalf of the American Home Missionary Society, and delivered in New York, Boston, and other places, in May and June, 1847.) Beauty of Forgiveness.

                  David Magie {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Elizabethtown, New Jersey} Our True Encouragement. Isaiah 32:15. (Delivered before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at Buffalo, September 8, 1847.)

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} Orthodoxy not Inconsistent with the Divine Benevolence. I John 4:8.

                  Jonathan Brace {Reverend, Pastor of the First Congregational Church, Milford, Connecticut} Religious Decision. Psalms 57:7.

                  Henry A. Rowland {Reverend, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Honesdale, Pennsylvania} God's Word Unfailing. Isaiah 55:10. (Delivered before the Synod of New York and New Jersey, October, 1847.)

                  Robert Baird {D.D., New York} National Prosperity; A Thanksgiving Sermon. Psalm 147:20.

                  H. B. Hooker {Reverend, Falmouth, Massachusetts} The Funeral of the Soul. Matthew 25:46.

                  Volume 22 - Erskine Mason {D.D., Pastor of the Bleeker Street Presbyterian Church, New York} Dependence on the Future - A New Year's Sermon. Isaiah 56:12.

                  George Shepard {D.D., Professor in Theology in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The End at Hand. I Peter 4:7. Danger of Making a Profession of Religion without Piety. Matthew 7:23. How to Pray for a Revival. Habakkuk 3:2.

                  John Michael Krebs {D.D., Pastor of the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, New York} The Fathers and the Prophets. Zachariah 1:5. (Anniversary Sermon.)

                  James M. Macdonald {Reverend, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, Long Island} Sympathy with Christ. Matthew 20:22,23.

                  George Washington Bethune {D.D., Pastor of the Third Reformed Dutch Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Doctrine of Evangelical Submission. Romans 10:3.

                  George H. Fisher {D.D., Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church in Broome Street, New York} Divine Providence Proved and Illustrated. Galatians 4:4.

                  Samuel T. Spear {Reverend, Pastor of the South Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York} The Grace of Religious Conversation. Ephesians 4:29.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} Christ a Sympathizing Friend and Savior. Hebrews 4:15.

                  Richard Salter Storrs {D.D., Braintree, Massachusetts} The Remission of Sin. Luke 1:76,77.

                  John Marsh {Reverend, Corresponding Secretary of the American Temperance Union} Religion the True Element of Reformation. James 4:12; Psalm 20:5.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} The Church the Light of the World. Matthew 15:14.

                  Henry T. Cheever {Reverend, Lodi, New Jersey} The Moral Dangers and uses of Ill Health. Jeremiah 30:15,17.

                  Milo J. Hickok {Reverend, Pastor of the Washington Street Church, Rochester, New York} Home Evangelization the First Duty of American Christians. Deuteronomy 1:21.

                  Tertius S. Clarke {Reverend, Pastor of the Congregational Church, Stockbridge, Massachusetts} Discretion in Worldly Affairs. Psalm 117:5.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, New York} Uses and Abuses of Money. I Timothy 6:17-19. A Short Sermon. Genesis 3:9.

                  R. W. Hill {Reverend, Pastor of the Congregational Church, East Bloomfield, New York} Christ's Glory Contemplated. II Corinthians 3:14-16, 18.

                  Samuel Irenaeus Prime {Reverend, New York} The Resurrection and Ascension of Christ. Revelation 1:18.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} Sermon for the Young; Life - A Contrast. A Sermon for Physicians.

                  Jonathan B. Condit {Reverend, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey} Eminent Holiness Essential to Success in the Missionary Enterprise. Isaiah 54:2.

                  Joseph F. Tuttle {Reverend, Rockaway, New Jersey} The Happiness of Christians in being with Christ. John 17:24. Faith, Hope, Victory. Galatians 5:6.

                  George Washington Bethune {D.D., Pastor of the Third Reformed Dutch Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania}

                  Isaac Ferris {D.D., New York} Thy Kingdom Come. Matthew 6:10. (Delivered before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at Boston, September, 1848.)

                  John Richards {D.D., Pastor of the Church at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire} The Difficulties of Ministers. Revelation 3:12. (Delivered before the Alumni of Andover Theological Seminary, at Andover, September 5, 1848.)

                  Asa Dodge Smith {Reverend, Pastor of the Brainerd Presbyterian Church, New York} Importance of a Scriptural Ministry. II Timothy 3:16,17. (Delivered before the Synod of New York and New Jersey, at Newark, October 18, 1848.)

                  Robert Turnbull {Reverend, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Hartford, Connecticut} The Thoughts of God. Psalm 92:5; 139:17.

                  Charles White {D.D., President of Wabash College, Indiana} Man Ruined. Titus 3:3-7. Man Recovered. Titus 3:3-7.

22            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. James Manning Sherwood. Volume 23 and by Rev. F. C. Woodworth. Volume 24 (1849)

                  Volume 23 - Joseph Few Smith {Reverend, Professor in Auburn Theological Seminary} How Old art Thou? - A New Year's Sermon. Genesis 47:8.

                  Sewall S. Cutting {Reverend, Editor of the New York Recorder, New York} The Inefficiency of the Church, and the Remedy. Isaiah 62:1. (A Discourse, delivered at the Dedication of the new Baptist Church in Southbridge, Massachusetts, October 25, 1848.)

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} The Warning Voice. Mark 13:37.

                  Ichabod Smith Spencer {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Long Island} Solomon's Experience and Observation. Ecclesiastes 2:17. Hatred of Life. Ecclesiastes 2:17.

                  Tryon Edwards {D.D., New London, Connecticut} The Richest Treasure. Psalms 19:10. (A Discourse Preached to a company of California Emigrants, and Eminently adapted to the Signs of the Times.)

                  William Anderson Scott {D.D., New Orleans, Louisiana} Hope of Republics; or, The Elements of Permanence in Modern Civilization. Deuteronomy 11:25. (Delivered on Thanksgiving Day, December 21, 1848, in the Presbyterian Church, in Lafayette Square, of which Dr. Scott is Pastor.)

                  Gideon Noble Judd {D.D., Catskill, New York} The Magnanimity of the Christian Spirit. Acts 7:59,60.

                  John Hall {Reverend, Trenton, New Jersey} The Iniquity of Gibeah. Hosea 9:9.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} Christians and Angels.

                  Ichabod Smith Spencer { D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Long Island } Comparative Claims of Home and Foreign Missions. Luke 11:2. (Preached on a day of a Collection for Home Missions.)

                  Henry T. Cheever {Reverend, Pastor of the Chrystie Street Congregational Church, New York} God's Meaning in Men's Suffering. Psalms 119:71.

                  John Dudley {Reverend, Quechee, Vermont} The Duty and Benefit of Pastoral Visitation. Hebrews 13:17.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} Feeling in Religion.

                  George Shepard {D.D., Professor in Theology in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} Penalty as a Motive in Preaching.

                  David B. Coe {Reverend, Pastor of the Allen Street Presbyterian Church, and Member of the American Board, New York} The Memory of the Lost. Luke 16:25.

                  E. C. Pritchett {Reverend, Rome, New York} The Christian as a Reformer. Ephesians 5:11.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} Christ a Precious Savior. I Peter 2:7.

                  Joel Harvey Linsley {D.D., Congregational Church, Greenwich, Connecticut} The Aggressive Power of Christianity. Acts 8:4.

                   Nathaniel W. Fisher {Reverend, Sandusky City, Ohio} Christian Charity. I Corinthians 13:8.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} The Joy of Angels.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Pestilence. Habakkuk 3:5. (Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the day appointed to be observed as a National Fast, August 3, 1849.)

                  Carl Whitehead {Reverend, Pastor of the Second Reformed Dutch Church, Poughkeepsie, New York} The Dignity and Hope of the Christian. I John 3:2.

                  Henry Neill {Reverend, Lenox, Massachusetts} The Revealing Process. Luke 12:2. (Preached during the Session of the Criminal Courts, at Lenox, Massachusetts.)

                  M. T. Adam {Reverend, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Yorktown, Pennsylvania} Parents the Divinely appointed Teachers of their Families. Deuteronomy 11:18-21.}

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} The Devil a Deceiver. John 8:44.

                  Joseph P. Thompson {Reverend, Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York} Religion in Business. Romans 12:11.

                  Jonas Perkins {Reverend, Braintree, Massachusetts} This Life Man's Season of Probation for Eternity. II Corinthians 5:10.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} Abuse of Chastisements.

                  Jesse Truesdell Peck {D.D., President of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania} The Perseverance of Christ. Isaiah 42:4.

                  Samuel Dickinson Burchard {Reverend, Pastor of the Thirteenth-Street Presbyterian Church, New York} The Past and the Present. Exodus 19:4.

                  Volume 24 - Richard Salter Storrs Jr. {Reverend, Pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, New York} God's Moral System, Superior to the Material. Luke 16:17.

                  Gardiner Spring {D.D., Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church, New York} Responsibility of Enjoying the Christian Ministry. (Transferred, by permission of the publishers, from the "Power of the Pulpit.")

                  William Adams {D.D., Pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, Broome Street, New York} Becoming All Things to All Men. I Corinthians 9:22.

                  William R. Williams {D.D., Pastor of the Baptist Church, Amity Street, New York} The Sea Giving up its Dead. Revelation 20:13.

                  George B. Cheever {D.D., Pastor of the Church of the Puritans, New York} The Scriptural Estimate of Philosophy. Colossians 2:8.

                  William W. Patton {Reverend, Pastor of the Fourth Congregational Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Christ as a Mechanic. Mark 6:3. The Wages of Sin.

                  Edward N. Kirk {Reverend, Pastor of the Mount Vernon Congregational Church, Boston, Massachusetts} Robbing God. Malachi 3:8. (A Fast-Day Sermon.)

                  Stephen Higginson Tyng {D.D., Rector of St. George's Episcopal Church, New York} Christian Union. I Corinthians 3:3. For What is your Life?

                  John Dowling {D.D., Author of the "History of Romanism," and Pastor of the Broadway Baptist Church, New York} Christ, the Foundation. Isaiah 28:16.

                  M. W. Jacobus {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York, Presbytery of New York} Our own Salvation-The Work and the Encouragement. Philippians 2:12,13.

                  F. C. Woodworth {Reverend, Editor of the American National Preacher Volume 24} Power with God. Genesis 22:28. (A Fragment from a Discourse by the Editor.)

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, Pastor of the Seventh Presbyterian Church, New York} The Night no Time for Labor. John 9:4.

                  W. S. Leavitt {Reverend, Pastor of a Congregational Church, Newton, Massachusetts} Faith, Genuine and Spurious. James 2:20.

                  Pharcellus Church {D.D., Pastor of Bowdoin Square Baptist Church, Boston, Massachusetts} The Terms of Salvation. Romans 10:9.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Place and Importance of an Individual. I Corinthians 12:20,21.

                  Isaac Headley {Reverend} Death and the Shadow of Death.

                  Samuel M. Worcester {D.D., Pastor of the Tabernacle Church, Salem, Massachusetts} The Weapons of our Warfare. II Corinthians 10:3-5. (Preached before the Massachusetts Pastoral Association, at Boston, May 28, 1850.)

                  George Shepard {D.D., Professor in Theology in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The Sufferings and the Glory. Romans 8:18.

                  Noah Porter {D.D., Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Farmington, Connecticut} The Doctrine of the Cross the Power of God. I Corinthians 1:18. (Preached at the Annual Meeting of the General Association of Connecticut, June 18, 1850, and Published at their Request.)

                  A. B. Van Zandt {Reverend, Pastor of the Take Street Presbyterian Church, Petersburg, Virginia} God's Voice to the Nation. Isaiah 2:22. (A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Zachary Taylor, President of the United States of America.) The Heaven of the Bible.

                  George Washington Blagden {D.D., Pastor of the Old South Congregational Church, Boston, Massachusetts} The Resurrection of the Body. John 5:28,29.

                  Joseph F. Tuttle {Reverend, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Rockaway, New Jersey} Duties of Heads of Households. Genesis 18:19; Joshua 24:15; I Samuel 3:13.

                  Gardiner Spring {D.D., Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church, New York} Daily Bread. Matthew 6:11.

                  George Potts {D.D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, University Place, New York} Just Men Made Perfect. Hebrews 12:23.

                  William T. Hamilton {D.D., Pastor of the Government Street Church, Mobile, Alabama} The Importance of Little Things. James 3:5.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, Editor of The American National Preacher} One Thing Thou Lackest. Matthew 19:16-22; Mark 10:17-22: Luke 18:18-23.

                  Clement Long {D.D., Professor in Western Reserve College} Private Mode of Evangelization. Acts 5:42.

                  Henry T. Cheever {Reverend, Pastor of the Chrystie Street Congregational Church, New York} The Closing Year Contemplated and Improved. Psalm 39:4.

23            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. James Manning Sherwood. Volumes 25, 26 (1851)

                  Volume 25 - Joel Hawes {D.D., Pastor of the First Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Confessions of Dying Men - A New Year's Sermon. Hebrews 9:27.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, New York} The Power of Christianity. Philippians 4:13.

                  Gideon Noble Judd {D.D., Montgomery, New York} The Character an Death of David. Acts 13:36.

                  James M. Macdonald {Reverend, Minister of the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church, New York} Influence after Death. Hebrews 11:4.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, New York, Editor of The American National Preacher} Living After Death.

                  Thomas E. Vermilye {D.D., Collegiate Pastor of the Reformed Protestant Dutch, New York} The Great Revealer. II Corinthians 4:6.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, New York, Editor of The American National Preacher} The Gospel a Savor of Life or Death. John 9:39.

                  Albert Tracy Chester {D.D., Buffalo, New York} The Sinner Dead unto God. Ephesians 2:1.

                  James Nathaniel Granger {D.D., Reverend, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Providence, Rhode Island} The Joy of Angels. Luke 15:7,10.

                  James Manning Sherwood {Reverend, New York, Editor of The American National Preacher} Christian Activity. (A Short Sermon.)

                  Joseph Few Smith {Reverend, Professor in the Theological Seminary, Auburn, New York} Sympathy in the Preacher as an Element of Success in the Ministry. Hebrews 5:2.

                  R. E. Pattison {Reverend, Professor in the Newton Theological Institute} The Spirit Returning to God. Ecclesiastes 12:7.

                  Theodore D. Woolsey {D.D., President of Yale College} Religion of the Heart and of the Life. Psalm 119:112.

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The Little Leaven. Galatians 2:9. (From the Congregationalist.)A Christian. Are You a Christian? The Gospel Invitation. John 6:37.

                  William T. Hamilton {D.D., Pastor of the Government Street Church, Mobile, Alabama} Retribution Provided for in the Laws of Nature. Mark 4:22; Luke 12:8.

                  David B. Coe {Reverend, Pastor of the Allen Street Presbyterian Church, and Secretary of the American Home Missionary Society, New York} Gain from Christ's Exaltation. John 14:12.

                  James Hamilton {Reverend} Absence from God. Access to God.

                  George Ames Lintner {D.D., Pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Schoharie, New York} The Duty of Christians in Reference to Legal Prosecutions. I Corinthians 6:6,7.

                  Edwin F. Hatfield {Reverend, Pastor of the Seventh Presbyterian Church, New York} The Ministry of the Gospel. II Corinthians 2:15,16.

                  Mark Tucker {D.D., Whethersfield, Rhode Island} Live Peaceably with All Men. Romans 12:18.

                  Thomas M. Clark {D.D., Rector of Christ Church, Hartford, Connecticut} Legal and Gospel Systems Compared. Romans 8:3,4.

                  Jesse Guernsey {Reverend, Pastor of the Congregational Church, Derby, Connecticut} The Comparative Blessedness of the Christian's Old Age. Psalm 71:18

                  David Magie {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Elizabethtown, New Jersey} The Believer's Peace. Isaiah 26:3.

                  Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Rejected Call of Wisdom. Proverbs 1:24-28.

                  William R. Williams {D.D., Pastor of the Baptist Church, Amity Street, New York} The Master Key of the Universe.

                  Francis Close {Reverend} The Shortness of Time.

                  Edward N. Kirk {Reverend, Pastor of the Mount Vernon Congregational Church, Boston, Massachusetts} The Danger and Evil of Departing from God. Hebrews 3:12.

                  Raymond Hoyt Seeley {Reverend, the North Congregational Church, Springfield, Massachusetts} The Religious Feelings and Activities of the Unregenerate, not Genuine Piety. Hosea 6:4.

                  Andrew Jackson Fennel {Reverend, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Glen's Falls, New Jersey} The Perseverance of the Saints.

                  William T. Hamilton {Reverend, Pastor of the Government Street Church, Mobile, Alabama} The Dying Thief; or, Marks of an Accepted Faith. Luke 23:42.

                  Volume 26 - Leonard Bacon {D.D., Pastor of the Centre Church, New-Haven, Connecticut} God's Work in the Midst of the Years. Habakkuk 3:2.

                  Jesse Truesdell Peck {D.D., President of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania}

                  William Adams {D.D., Pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, Broome Street, New York} Husbands and Wives. Ephesians 5:21-33.

                  Asa Dodge Smith {Reverend, Pastor of the Fourteenth Street Presbyterian Church, New York} Christian Liberality. II Corinthians 8:7. Discipline of the Family.

                  Duncan Kennedy {D.D., Pastor of the North Dutch Church, Albany, New York} The Dignity of the Christian Ministry. Romans 11:13.

                  Andrew Leete Stone {Reverend, Pastor of the Park Street Church, Boston Massachusetts} Practical Atheism. Ephesians 2:12.

                  Henry M. Field {Reverend, Pastor of the Congregational Church, West Springfield, Massachusetts} The Invisibility of God. I Kings 8:12.

                  E. L. Cleveland {D.D., Pastor of the Third Congregational Church, New Haven, Connecticut} The Buried Seed-Corn; or, Life from Death. John 12:24.

                  Heman Humphrey {D.D., Pittsfield, Massachusetts} True and False Religion. II Kings 10:15.

                  William Buell Sprague {D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, New York} The Golden Calf. Psalm 106:19.

                  Enoch Pond {D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine} The Religion of Pantheism. Colossians 2:8. (Preached at the Installation of the Rev. Preston Pond over the Edwards Church and Society in Boston, February 24, 1852.)

                  Asa Clinton Pierce {Reverend, Springfield, Massachusetts} The Great Lesson of Man's Earthly State. Colossians 3:1,2.

                  New York Recorder Moral Influence.

                  Archibald Alexander {D.D., Late Principal, Theologian, and Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey} The Gospel Precious.

                  George B. Cheever {D.D., Pastor of the Church of the Puritans, New York} Here a Little, and there a Little. Isaiah 28:10.

                  Charles Adam Smith {D.D., Pastor of the Lutheran Church, Easton, Pennsylvania} Christians the Salt of the Earth-The Light of the World. Matthew 5:13-16.

                  Romeo Elton {D.D., Late Professor of Ancient Languages in Brown University} A Way may seem Right, Yet Lead to Hell. Proverbs 16:25. (This Sermon was composed during a late visit to the Continent of Europe, and was first preached in the Evangelical Church at Lyons. It is now published with the hope that, by the blessing of God, it may be instrumental in directing some sinner into that path which leads to happiness and heaven.)

                  John Todd {D.D., First Congregational Church, Pittsfield, Pennsylvania} Live to do Good.

                  Milo J. Hickok {Reverend, Pastor of the Washington Street Church, Rochester, New York} The Mission of Woman under the Gospel. John 19:25-27.

                  Talbot W. Chambers {Reverend, Junior Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Collegiate Church, New York} The Happiness of the Pious. Proverbs 3:13.

                  Jonathan Brace {Reverend, Pastor of the First Congregational Church, Milford, Connecticut} The Light of Christian Piety. Philippians 2:16.

                  George Thacher {Reverend, Pastor of the Allen Street Presbyterian Church, New York} Thirsting for God. Psalm 42:1,2.

                  New York Independent Riveted to Christ.

                  William R. Williams {Pastor of the Amity-Street Baptist Church, New York} Influence.

                  Joseph P. Thompson {Reverend, Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York}

                   William R. Williams {D.D., Pastor of the Baptist Church, Amity Street, New York}

                  Mancius S. Hutton {D.D., Pastor of the Washington Square Reformed Dutch Church, New York} The Death of Christ. Luke 23:33.

                  Daniel P. Noyes {Reverend, Pastor of the Jay Street Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York} The Christian's Heritage. I Corinthians 3:21-23.

                  New York Evangelist The Time of Need.

                  James  Waddel Alexander {D.D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, New York City} All is Yours. I Corinthians 3:21-23.

                  H. G. Livingston {Reverend, Pastor of the Third Reformed Dutch Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Immortality of Character. Revelation 22:11.

                  Joseph P. Thompson {Reverend, Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York} Death no Terror.

                  R. W. Dickinson {D.D., Mount Washington, North Kingsbridge Presbyterian Church, New York City} Joy in God through Christ. Romans 5:11.

                  Luther Fraseur Dimmick {Reverend, Pastor of the North Church, Newburyport, Massachusetts} Mercy Rejoiceth Against Judgment. James 2:17.

24            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. E. Carpenter. Volumes 27, 28 (1853)

                  Volume 27 - Richard William Dickinson {D.D., New York City, New York} Timely Preparation for Death. II Kings 20:1.

                  Volume 28 - Simeon North {D.D., President of Hamilton College} Diligence in Business. John 9:4.

25            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. E. Carpenter. Volumes 29, 30 (1855)

                  Volume 29 - Samuel Thayer Spear {D.D., Brooklyn, New York} Life's Changing Current. I Chronicles 29:29,30.

                  Volume 30 - Tryon Edwards {D.D., New London, Connecticut} The Speed of Life Impressing Probation. Isaiah 38:16.

26            The American National Preacher: or, Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. Edited by Rev. Walter H. Bidwell. Volume 31 and The National Preacher and Village Pulpit. Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. New Series-Enlarged. Volume 1 (1857)

                  Volume 31 - Charles Rockwell {Reverend, Boston, Massachusetts} A Sermon for the New Year. Jeremiah 28:16. (Preached in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)

                  Volume 1 - Albert Barnes {Reverend, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Uses and Lessons of Disappointment. Job 6:15-20

                  A General Index and a Topical Index of the National Preacher, for Thirty-Two Years. From 1826 to 1859, in Thirty-Two Volumes. For Convenience and Reference. (1859)

27            The National Preacher and Village Pulpit. Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. New Series-Enlarged. Conducted by Rev. Walter H. Bidwell. Volume 2 and 3 (1859)

                  Volume 2 - Leonard Bacon {D.D., Pastor of the First Church, New-Haven, Connecticut} A Burning and Shining Light. John 5:35. (A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Nathaniel W. Taylor, D.D., in the Center Church, New-Haven, Connecticut, March 12, 1858.)

                  Volume 3 - George Potts {D.D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, University Place, New-York} In Memoriam of James Waddel Alexander, D.D. Daniel 12:3.

28            The National Preacher and Village Pulpit. Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. New Series-Enlarged. Conducted by Rev. Walter H. Bidwell. Volume 4 and 5 (1861)

                  Volume 4 - Andrew Leete Stone {D.D., Pastor of the Park-Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts} The Ministries of the Time. Isaiah 60:22.

                  Volume 5 - Samuel Thayer Spear {D.D., Pastor of the South Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, New York} Man Mortal and Transient. Genesis 3:19; James 4:14.

29            The National Preacher and Village Pulpit. Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. New Series-Enlarged. Conducted by Rev. Walter H. Bidwell. Volume 6 and 7(1863)

                  Volume 6 - Albert Barnes {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} The Conditions of Peace. Psalm 92:1

                  Volume 7 - Andrew Leete Stone {D.D., Pastor of the Park-Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts} The Final Conflict. Revelation 16:14.

30            The National Preacher and Village Pulpit. Original monthly Sermons from Living Ministers. New Series-Enlarged. Conducted by Rev. Walter H. Bidwell. Volume 8 and 9(1865)

                  Volume 8 - Samuel Thayer Spear {D.D., Pastor of the South Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, New York} National Gratitude. Psalm 95:1,2.

                  Volume 9 - Albert Barnes {Reverend, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania} Peace and Honor. Psalm 100:4. (A Thanksgiving Sermon, Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 7th, 1865.)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 1 (1800)

2               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 2 (1800)

3               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 3 (1800)

4               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 4 (1800)

5               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 5 (1800)

6               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 6 (1800)

7               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 7 (1800)

8               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 8 (1800)

9               Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 9 (1800)

10            Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 10 (1800)

11            Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 11 (1800)

12            Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 12 (1800)

13            Tracts of the American Tract Society: General Series. Volume 13 (1800)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               Daily Devotion Assisted and Recommended, in Four Sermons; Representing: The Principal Instances of the Providence and Goodness of God, which every Morning and Evening offer to our thoughts; and the Use we should make of them. (1747)

2               God Crowneth the Year with His Goodness. A Sermon Preached at St. Thomas’s, Jan. 1, 1760. For the Benefit of the Charity-School in Gravel-Lane, Southwark. (1760)

3               Habitual Religion Explained and Recommended in Three Sermons, Preached at Taunton, September, 1759. (1759)

4               Memoirs of Several Ladies of Great Britain, who have been Celebrated for their Writings or Skill in the Learned Languages, Arts, and Sciences. (1752) (Author: Ballard, George, 1706-1755)

5               Ordination Sermons from 1759 to 1776. (Author: Samuel Chandler, William Richards, Thomas Amory, Philip Furneaux, Francis Spilsbury, Samuel Morton Savage, James Fordyce)

6               The Nature of Sound Doctrine and the Encouragements to Preach It; Represented in a Charge Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. William Harris, at Wells in the County of Somerset, April 15, 1741. (1741)

7               Twenty-Two Sermons on the following Subjects: I. The Explication and Proof of the Divine Goodness. II. The Goodness of God Illustrated in Creation, particularly in the Frame of Man; In Providence; and Redemption. III. The Principal Properties of the Divine Goodness. IV. The Objections drawn from Moral and Natural Evil, and future Punishments, answered. V. The Evidences of a Future State. VI. The Necessity of Holiness. VII. The proper Temper for inquiring after Eternal Life and Jesus Christ the best Guide to it. (1766)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               A Century of Maryville College, 1819-1919: Story of Altruism. (1916) (Author: Wilson, Samuel Tyndale, 1858-1944 Subject: Anderson, Isaac, 1780-1857; Maryville College; Presbyterian universities and colleges -- Tennessee; Presbyterian Church -- Education; Church and college -- Tennessee; Presbyterian Church -- Tennessee Maryville History; Maryville (Tenn.) -- Church history)

2               Isaac Anderson: Founder and First President of Maryville College; A Memorial Sketch. (1932)

3               Memoir of Rev. Isaac Anderson, D. D., by John Joseph Robinson. (1860)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               The Constitutions of the Free-Masons, Containing the History, Charges, Regulations, Etc., of that Ancient and Right Worshipful Fraternity. For the Use of Lodges. In the Year of Masonry – 5723, Anno Domini – 1723. (1855)

2               Unity in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity, a Dissertation. Showing, Against Idolaters, Modern Jews, and Anti-Trinitarians, How the Unity of God is evinced, with an Account of Polytheism, Ancient and Modern. Also, How the Trinity of Persons in the Unity of the Divine Essence is revealed in the Old and New Testament, and was Believed by the Ancient Jews Till the Romans Destroyed Jerusalem. How the Scripture Represents the Divine Economy, or the Conduct of the Three Divine Persons in the Family of God. And the Opinion of the First Christians, Both Before and After the First Council of Nice, that Met A.D. 325, Etc. By James Anderson, D.D., Chaplain to the Right Honorable David Earl of Buchan. (1733)



Anderson, James (Presbyterian) (1804-1863)

Reformed Beliefs A

1               Ladies of the Covenant Memoirs of Distinguished Female Characters Embracing the Period of the Covenant and the Persecution. (1851)

2               Ladies of the Reformation: Memoirs of the Distinguished Female Characters, belonging to the Period of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (England, Scotland, and the Netherlands.) (1857)

3               Ladies of the Reformation: Memoirs of the Distinguished Female Characters, belonging to the Period of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, and Spain.) (1857)

4               Memorable Women of the Puritan Times. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1862)

5               Memorable Women of the Puritan Times. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1862)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               A Defense of the Church-Government, Faith, Worship, and Spirit of the Presbyterians. (1820)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Discourse on the Divine Ordinance of Singing Psalms. (1791)

2               Alexander and Rufus: or, A Series of Dialogues on Church Communion, in Two Parts. (1862)

3               Saving Faith: As Laid down in the Word of God and Maintained in Confessions of the Reformed Churches. (1843)

4               Vindiciae Cantus Dominici: or, A Vindication of the Doctrine Taught in a Discourse on the Divine Ordinance of Singing Psalms. (1793)



Anderson, John (Presbyterian) (1823-1908)

Reformed Beliefs A


1               Reminiscences and Incidents Connected with the Life and Pastoral Labors of the Reverend John Anderson. (1910) (Author: Anderson, John, 1823-1908; Anderson, J. D)



Anderson, Matthew (Presbyterian) (1847-1913)

Reformed Beliefs A

 1               Presbyterianism: Its Relation to the Negro; Illustrated by the Berean Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, with a Sketch of Church and an Autobiography of the Author. (1897)



Anderson, Robert (Anderson) (?-1843)

Reformed Beliefs A


1               A Practical Exposition of the Gospel According to St. John. (1841)

2               A Practical Exposition of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. (1837)

3               Love, the Fulfilling of the Law, an Assize Sermon, Preached at Kingston upon Thames, on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 1827. (1828)

4               Ten Discourses on the Communion Office of the Church of England. With an Appendix. (1835)

5               The Lord's Prayer a Manual of Religious Knowledge. By the Rev. Robert Anderson (?-1843), Perpetual Curate of Trinity Chapel, Brighton. Third Edition. (1841)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Doubter's Doubts about Science and Religion. (1909)

2               Christianized Rationalism and Higher Criticism. (1903)

3               Criminals and Crime: Some Facts and Suggestions. (1907)

4               Daniel in the Critic's Den (A Reply to Professor Driver of Oxford and the Dean of Canterbury). (1895)

5               Human Destiny. (microfilm) (1896)

6               Pseudo-Criticism: or, Higher Criticism and its Counterfeit. (1904)

7               Sidelights on the Home Rule Movement. (1906)

8               The Bible and Modern Criticism. (1905)

9               The Buddha of Christendom: A Book for the Present Crisis. (1899)

10            The Gospel and its Ministry. (1876)

11            The Lighter Side of My Official Life. (1910) (Subject: Crime and criminals; Police -- England London)

12            The Silence of God. (1897)

13            “The Way”: Chapters on the Christian Life. (1905)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Heathen Nation Evangelized. History of the Sandwich Islands Mission. (1872)

2               A Sermon Preached June 12, 1799, before his Hon. Moses Gill, Esq., Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief: The Honorable Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the Interment of his Excellency Increase Sumner, Esq. who Died June 7, 1799, aged 53. (1799) (Author: Thacher, Peter, 1752-1802 Subject: Sumner, Increase, 1746-1799; Funeral sermons; Sermons, American) (Bound volume contains: 1. A sermon preached June 12, 1799, before His Honor Moses Gill, Esq./ by Peter Thacher. -- 2. Sermon preached at Lynn, July 17, 1803... / by Thomas Cushing Thacher. -- 3. The gospel to be preached to all men.../ by Moses S. Welch. -- 4. Christian's confidence / by Rev. Rufus Anderson. -- 5. The servant of the Lord / by Samuel Woolmer. -- 6. A sermon preached at the funeral of the Rev. David Ely... / by Elijah Waterman. -- 7. A discourse delivered on the death of Capt. Paul Cuffee..../ by Peter Williams, Jr. -- 8. Discourse delivered on the Sabbath after the decease of the Hon. Timothy Pickering / by Charles W. Upham. -- 9. The mercies of sanctified afflictions.... / by Rev. J.G. Wilson. -- 10. A sermon, delivered in Hallowell... at the internment of the Rev. Eliphalet Gillett / by Benjamin Tappan. -- 11. A discourse, commemorative of the Hon. George Tibbits... / by Robert B. van Kleeck. -- 12. A discourse commemorative of Professor James L. Kingsley.../ by Theodore D. Woolsey. -- 13. Memorial of Nathaniel W. Taylor, D.D.: three sermons / by Leonard Bacon, Samuel W.S. Dutton and George P. Fisher. -- 14. Obituary sermon... at the funeral of Rev. Harry Groswell..../ by Rev. John Williams and Rev. Samuel Benedict. -- 15. Sermon in commemoration... of the late Bird Wilson.../ by Samuel H. Turner. -- 16. A discourse commemorative ... of the Rev. Chauncey Allen Goodrich / by Theodore D. Woolsey. -- 17. Address at the funeral of Louis Loutrel, Esq. / by Rev. Antoine Verren. -- 18. Eminence at the Bar / by Rev. Jeremiah Taylor. -- 19. A memorial of Rev. Theodore Tebbetts... / by Rev. Edward C. Towne. -- 20. A sermon preached.... on the death of Capt. Winthrop Perkins Boynton... / by the Pastor of the Bowdoin Square Church. -- 21. A discourse delivered at the funeral of Rev. Thomas Savage.../ by C. W. Wallace. -- 22. Discourse in the memory of Hon. Jacob R. Wortendyke.../ by Rev. P.D. van Cleef. -- 23. Services at the burial of Hon. Hugh White.../ by Rev. R.P.H. Vail. -- 24. Sermon delivered.... on the occasion of the death of Mrs. Margaret Moorhead..../ by Rev. Nevin Woodside. -- 25. The substance of an address delivered at the funeral of William Wheelwright / by Rev. Leonard Withington. -- 26. Address.... commemorative of Isaac Morse Murdock / by Charles H. Wheeler. -- 27. Ministries that never end / by Rev. F.A. Warfield)

3               Discourse Commemorative of Rev. Rufus Anderson, D.D., LL.D. Late Corresponding Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions: Together with Addresses at the Funeral. (1880) (Author: Thompson, A. C. (Augustus Charles), 1812-1901; Clark, N. G. (Nathaniel George), 1825-1896)

4               Dr. Anderson's Farewell to the Missionaries. (1866)

5               Foreign Mission: Their Relations and Claims. (1869)

6               History of the Missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in India. (1874)

7               History of the Missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, to the Oriental Churches. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1872)

8               History of the Missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, to the Oriental Churches. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1872)

9               History of the Sandwich Islands Mission. (1870)

10            Kapiolani, the Heroine of Hawaii: or, A Triumph of Grace at the Sandwich Islands. (1866) (Subject: Kapiolani, d. 1841)

11            Memoir of Catharine Brown (1800-1823), A Christian Indian of the Cherokee Nation. (1825)

12            Memoir of Mrs. Mary Mercy Ellis: Wife of Rev. William Ellis, Missionary in the South Seas, and Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society, of the Details of Missionary Life, and the Remarkable Display of Divine Goodness in Severe and Protracted Afflications. (1836)

13            Memorial Volume of the First Fifty Years of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. (1861)

14            Memorials of Rufus Anderson, D.D., Mrs. Harriet Newell, and Mrs. Ann H. Judson. (1885) (Author: Bradford Academy Subject: Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880; Newell, Harriet, 1793-1812; Judson, Ann Hasseltine, 1789-1826; Bradford Academy)

15            Observations upon the Peloponnesus and Greek Islands made in 1829. (microfilm) (1830)

16            Open Communion with all who keep the Ordinances as Christ Delivered them to the Saints: Eight Letters on Open Communion, Addressed to Rufus Anderson, A.M. By Daniel Merrill, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Sedgwick. (1805) (Author: Merrill, Daniel, 1765-1833; Merrill, Daniel, 1765-1833. Twelve letters addressed to Rev. Samuel Austin, A.M.: in which his vindication of partial washing for Christian baptism, contained in ten letters, is reviewed and disproved; Merrill, Daniel, 1765-1833. Second exposition of some of the false arguments, mistakes, and errors of the Rev. Samuel Austin ..; Merrill, Daniel, 1765-1833. Letters occasioned by Rev. Samuel Worcester's two discourses on the perpetuity and provision of God's gracious covenant with Abraham and his seed... Subject: Anderson, Rufus, 1765-1814; Worcester, Samuel, 1770-1821; Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830; Congregational churches; Close and open communion; Baptism; Lord's Supper)

17            Report to the Prudential Committee of a Visit to the Missions in the Levant. (1844) (Author: Rufus Anderson, Joel Hawes)

18            Studies of Missionary Leadership, the Smyth Lectures for 1913, Delivered before the Columbia Theological Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina. (1914) (Author: Speer, Robert E. (Robert Elliott), 1867-1947 Subject: Lowrie, Walter, 1784-1868; Evarts, Jeremiah, 1781-1831; Sawayama, Paul, 1851-1887; Goreh, Nehemiah, 1825-1895; Trumbull, David, 1819-1889; Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880) (Walter Lowrie and the foundation of the missionary enterprise.--Jeremiah Evarts and the early problems of missions.--Paul Sawayama and the principle of the independent national church.--Nehemiah Goreh and the relation of western forms of Christian experience to the Indian mind.--David Trumbull, the friend of Chile, and the problems of the foreign community and religious liberty.--Rufus Anderson, the foremost American missionary administrator)

 

19            The Close Communion of the Baptists: In Principle and Practice, Proved to be Unscriptural, and a Bad Tendency in the Church of God; in Seven Letters, Addressed to the Friends of Fundamental Truth, and of Practical Religion. (1805) (Author: Anderson, Rufus, 1765-1814 Subject: Baptists; Close and open communion)

20            The Hawaiian Islands: Their Progress and Condition under Missionary Labors. (1864)

21            The Theory of Missions to the Heathen. A Sermon at the Ordination of Mr. Edward Webb, as Missionary to the Heathen (1845) (Subject: Webb, Edward, 1819-1898; Missions)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Collection of Articles, Injunctions, Canons, Orders, Ordinances, and Constitutions Ecclesiastical; with other Public Records of the Church of England, Chiefly in the times of King Edward VI, Queen Elizabeth, King James I, and King Charles I. (1547-1675) (Author: Sparrow, Anthony, 1612-1685; Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768; Sancroft, William, 1617-1693; Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626)

2               A Pattern of Catechetical Doctrine and Other Minor Works. (1846)

3               Apospasmatia Sacra or A Collection of Posthumous and Orphan Lectures, Delivered at St. Paul’s and St. Giles his Church. (1657)

4               Memoirs of the Life and Works of the Right Honorable and Right Reverend Lancelot Andrewes, D.D., Lord Bishop of Winchester. (1860) (Author: Russell, Arthur Tozer, 1806-1874; Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626)

5               Of Episcopacy: Three Epistles of Peter Moulin, Doctor and Professor of Divinity: Answered by Rev, Lancelot Andrewes, Late Lord Bishop of Winchester. (1648) (Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626 Subject: Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658; Church of England; Episcopacy; Puritans)

6               Ninety-Six Sermons. Volume 1 (1878)

7               Ninety-Six Sermons. Volume 2 (1841)

8               Ninety-Six Sermons. Volume 3 (1841)

9               Ninety-Six Sermons. Volume 4 (1843)

10            Ninety-Six Sermons. Volume 5 (1843)

11            Seventeen Sermons on the Nativity. (1887)

12            Sixteen Sermons, Chiefly on the Principal Fasts and Festivals of the Church. (1831)

13            The Form of Consecration of a Church or Chapel and the Place of Christian Burial. (1675)

14            The Limits of the Royal Supremacy in the Church of England. (1884)

15            The Private Devotions of Bishop Lancelot Andrewes sometime Lord Bishop of Winchester. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1920) (Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626; Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890; Neale, J. M. (John Mason), 1818-1866; Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain))

16            The Private Devotions of Bishop Lancelot Andrewes sometime Lord Bishop of Winchester. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1920) (Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626; Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890; Neale, J. M. (John Mason), 1818-1866; Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain))

17            Tracts of the Anglican Fathers. (1839) (Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626; Bancroft, Richard, 1544-1610)

18            Two Answers to Cardinal Perron, and other Miscellaneous Works. (1854) (Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626; Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621; Duperron, J.D., Cardinal; Duperron)


Reformed Beliefs A

 1               A Consideration of Certain Controversies at This Time Agitated in the Kingdom of England Concerning the Government of the Church of God. (1645)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               A Short History of Valentinus Gentilis: The Tritheist, Tried, Condemned, and Put to Death by the Protestant Reformed City and Church of Bern. (1696) (Author: Aretius, Benedictus, d. 1574
Subject:
Gentile, Giovanni Valentino, 1520-1566)



Armstrong, Thomas (Presbyterian) (1845-1897)

Reformed Beliefs A

 1               My Life in Connaught, Ireland: With Sketches of Mission Work in the West. (1906)



Arthur, Michael (Presbyterian) (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs A


1               Exposition, Critical, Doctrinal, and Practical, of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism: Delivered in a Series of Sabbath Evening Lectures. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1788)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               A letter of many ministers in old England, requesting the judgment of their brethren in New England concerning nine positions ; written Anno Dom. 1637 : together with their answer thereunto returned, Anno 1639 ; and the reply made unto the said answer, and sent over unto them, Anno 1640. (1643)

2               A Support for the Sinking Heart in Times of Distress or a Sermon Preached in London, to Uphold Hope and Allay Fear, Jan. 4, 1642 which was a Day of Great Trouble and Deep Danger in the City. (1642)

3               A Treatise on Divine Contentment. (1841)

4               Living loves betwixt Christ and dying Christians. A sermon preached at Mary Magdalene Bermondsey in Southwark, near London, June 6. 1654, at the funeral of that faithful servant of Christ, Mr. Jeremiah Whitaker, minister of the Gospel, and pastor of the church there. With a narrative of his exemplary life and death. Together with poems and elegies on his death, by divers ministers in the city of London. (1654)

5               The Best Refuge for the Most Oppressed, In a Sermon Preached to the Honorable House of Commons at their Solemn Fast, March 30, 1642. (1642)

6               The faithful Christians gain by death: Opened, confirmed, and improved, in a sermon at the funeral of the Right Honorable Essex, Countess of Manchester, preached at Kimbolton, Oct. 12, 1658. (1659)



Ashmead, William (Presbyterian) (1797-1829)

Reformed Beliefs A

1               Sermons by the Late Rev. William Ashmead: With a Memoir of His Life (1830)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               Brotherly Reconcilement: Preached in Oxford for the Union of Some, and now Published with Larger Meditations for the Unity of All This Church and Commonwealth: with an Apology of the Use of Fathers, and Secular Learning in Sermons. (1605)


Reformed Beliefs A

1               A Volume Relating to the Early History of Boston, containing the Aspinwall notarial records from 1644 to 1651. (1903)

2               The Divine Right of Church Government Asserted and Evidenced by the Holy Scriptures: According to the Light Whereof (besides many Particulars Mentioned after the Preface), 1. The Nature of a Divine Right is Delineated, 2. The Church Government which is of Divine Right is Described, 3. This Description of it in t5he Several Branches of it is Explicated and Confirmed, 4. The Divine Right of Ecclesiastical Censures, Officers, and Ruling Assemblies is Manifested. In All which it is Apparent, that the Presbyterial Government, by Preaching and Ruling Presbyteries, in Congregational, Classical, and Synodal Assemblies, may lay the Truest Claim to a Divine Right, According to the Scriptures.  (1647)


Reformed Beliefs A


1               Death Disarmed of its Sting: A Tribute to the Memory of the Hon. Roger Minott Sherman, being the Discourse preached at his Funeral, January 2, 1845. (1845) (Subject: Sherman, Roger M. (Roger Minott), 1773-1844)

2               Experimental Religion Exemplified: A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of the Late Mrs. Mary S. Dimon, preached on June 6, 1852. (1852) (Subject: Dimon, Mary S., 1778-1852)

3               Future Paper Money of this Country. (microfilm) (1900)

4               Manual of Elementary Logic designed for the use of Teachers and Learners. (1867)

5               Pray for your Children: or, An Appeal to the Parents to Pray Continually for the Welfare and Salvation of their Children. (1873) (Author: Scribner, William, 1820-1884; Atwater, Lyman Hotchkiss, 1813-1883)

6               The Completion of two Centuries: A Discourse preached in Fairfield on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1839. (1839) (Subject: Fairfield (Conn.) -- History)

7               The Life and Character of Nathaniel Hewit, D. D.: A Discourse preached at his Funeral, in the Presbyterian Church, Bridgeport, Conn., on February 6, 1867. (1867)


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