Reformed Beliefs B



Reformed Beliefs B continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including writers from the following genres: Anglicans, Dutch Reformed, German Reformed, French Hugenot, Methodist, Presbyterian, Congregational, Lutheran, Church of Scotland. Also included are writings from the Brainerd brothers who were missionaries to the Native American Indians in the mid to late 1700's.


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Reformed Beliefs B

1               Footsteps in a Parish; An Appreciation for Maltbie Davenport Babcock as a Pastor. (1908) (Author: Stone, John Timothy, 1868-1954)

2               Fragments that Remain from the Ministry of Maltbie Davenport Babcock, Pastor Brick Church,  New York City, 1899-1901. (1907) (Author: Babcock, Maltbie Davenport, 1858-1901; Goetschius, Jessie B)

3               Hymns and Carols. (1903)

4               Letters from Egypt and Palestine. (1902)

5               Maltbie Davenport Babcock, a Reminiscent Sketch and Memorial. (1904) (Author: Robinson, Charles Edward, 1835- )

6               The Success of Defeat. (1901)

7               Thoughts for Every-Day Living, from the Spoken and Written Words of Maltbie Davenport Babcock. (1914)




Bacon, Henry Martyn (Presbyterian) (1827-1894)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sermons on the Lord's Prayer. (1854)



Bacon, Thomas Scott (1825-1904)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Beginnings of Religion. (1887)

2               The Reign of God, not “The Reign of Law”: A New Way (and yet very old) to Decide the Debate Between “Science” and Religious Faith. (1878)



Bacon, William (Presbyterian) (1789-1863)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Salvation Sought in Earnest - A Series of Sermons, Showing the Way and the Wisdom of Securing Eternal Life. (1857)


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1               A Dissuasive From the Errors of the Time: Wherein the Tenets of the Principal Sects, Especially of the Independents, are Drawn Together in One Map, for the most part, from the Words of their own Authors, and their Main Principles are Examined by the Touch-Stone of the Holy Scriptures. (1645) (Subject: Brownists; Congregational churches; Puritans)

2               Errors and Induration are the Great Sins and Great Judgments of the Time. Preached in a Sermon before the Right Honorable House of Peers, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, on July 30, 1645. The Day of the Monthly Fast. (1645)

3               The Canterburian’s Self-Conviction: or, An Evident Demonstration of the avowed Arminianism, Popery, and Tyranny of that Faction by their own Confessions; with a Postscript for the Personat Jesuite Lysimachus Nicanor, a prime Canterburian. (1641)

4               The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1841) (Author: Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662; Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland); Laing, David, 1793-1878) (Notes: pages 477 and page 478 both have two pages. page numbers follows accordingly.) ("Memoir of the life and writings of Robert Baillie": v. 1, p. xix-cxxvi)

5               The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1841) (Author: Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662; Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland); Laing, David, 1793-1878) (Notes: pages 417-428 double paged.)

6               The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1842) (Author: Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662; Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland); Laing, David, 1793-1878) (Notes: Page number discrepancies in later half of book. page numbers are fine until appendix which starts again at 444 and ends at 464 and then jumps to 507. page 507 is the same as page 465.)


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1               Chronicle of a Border Town. History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660-1870 including Harrison and the White Plains till 1788. (1871)

2               Eutaxia: or, The Presbyterian Liturgies: Historical Sketches. (1855) (Calvin and the Church of Geneva -- Calvin's last communion -- Calvin's daily office -- The Genevan liturgy in France -- John Knox and the Church of Scotland -- The first sacrament in Scotland -- Traces of the Scottish liturgy -- A conventicle under Queen Elizabeth -- Baxter's Reformed liturgy -- The Calvinistic forms in the Book of Common Prayer -- The Reformed Dutch liturgy -- The Palatinate liturgy -- The Directory of Worship revised -- Conclusion)

3               History of Bedford Church: Discourse delivered at the Celebration of the Two-Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of the Presbyterian Church of Bedford, Westchester County, New York, on March 22, 1881. (1882)

4               History of the Huguenot Emigration to America. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1885)

5               History of the Huguenot Emigration to America. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1885)

6               Memoirs of the Rev. Charles W. Baird, D. D., for Twenty-six years Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Rye, New York, with a few selected Sermons and Sacred Poems. (1888) (Author: Baird, Charles Washington, 1828-1887 Baird, Margaret E. (Strang), Mrs.)


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1               Commemoration of the Bi-Centenary of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, on October 22, 1885, at New York. (1886) (Author: Huguenot Society of America; Baird, Henry Martyn, 1832-1906)

2               History of the Rise of the Huguenots: In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1879)

3               History of the Rise of the Huguenots: In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1880)

4               Modern Greece: A Narrative of a Residence and Travels in that Country, with Observations on its Antiquities, Literature, Language, Politics, and Religion. (1856)

5               The Huguenots and Henry of Navarre. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1886)

6               The Huguenots and Henry of Navarre. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1903)

7               The Huguenots and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1895)

8               The Huguenots and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1895)

9               The Life of the Rev. Robert Baird, D.D. (1866)

10            Theodore Beza, the Counsellor of the French Reformation, 1519-1605. (1899)


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1               A Letter to Lord Broughham on the Subject of American Slavery. (1836)

2               Gospel Studies, with an Introduction by Robert Baird. (1849) (Author: Vinet, Alexandre Rodolphe, 1797-1847; Baird, Robert, D.D)

3               Greek-English word-list Containing almost 1000 most Common Greek Words, so Arranged as to be most Easily Learned and Remembered. (1893)

4               History of the Ancient Christians inhabiting the valleys of the Alps. I. The Waldenses, II. The Albigenses, III. The Vaudois. With an Essay on their Present Condition, by the Rev. Robert Baird, D.D. and a Recommendatory Letter from Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. (1847) (Author: Jean Paul Perrin, Robert Baird, Samuel Miller, Thomas Bray, and Pierre Boyer)

5               Impressions and Experiences of the West Indies and North America in 1849. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1850)

6               Impressions and Experiences of the West Indies and North America in 1849. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1850)

7               Jean Henri Merle d ‘Aubigne, and His Writings: With a Sketch of the Life of the Author. (1846)

8               Journal of three years Residence in Abyssinia. (1850) (Author: Samuel Gobat, Robert Baird)

9               Memoir of Anna Jane Linnard. (1835) (Author: Baird, Robert, 1798-1863; Linnard, Anna Jane, 1800-1833; Frelinghuysen, Theodore, 1787-1862)

10            Memoir of the Rev. Joseph Sanford, A. M., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (1836) (Subject: Sanford, Joseph, 1797-1831)

11            Old Sights with New Eyes (1854)

12            Religion in America: or, An Account of the Origin, Relation to the State, and Present Condition of the Evangelical Churches in the United States. With Notices of the Unevangelical Denominations. (1856)

13            Sketches of Protestantism in Italy; Past and Present. Including a Notice of the Origin, History, and Present State of the Waldenses. (1845)

14            The Christian Retrospect and Register: A Summary of the Scientific, Moral, and Religious Progress of the first half of the Nineteenth Century; with a Supplement, bringing the work down to the Present Time. (1855)

15            The Life of the Rev. Robert Baird, D. D. (1866) (Author: Baird, Henry Martyn, 1832-1906)

16            The Progress and Prospects of Christianity in the United States of America: With remarks on the Subject of Slavery in America, and on the Intercourse between British and American Churches. (1851) (Subject: Evangelical Alliance for the United States of America; United States -- Church history)

17            Transplanted Flowers, or, Memoirs of Mrs. Rumpff, Daughter of John Jacob Astor, Esq., and the Duchess De Broglie, daughter of Madame De Stael. (1846)

18            View of the Valley of the Mississippi: or, The Emigrant’s and Traveler’s Guide to the West: Containing a General Description of that entire Country: and also Notices of the Soil, Productions, Rivers, and other Channels of intercourse and Trade: and likewise of the Cities and Towns, Progress of Education, Etc. of each State and Territory. (1834)

19            Visit to Northern Europe or Sketches Descriptive, Historical, Political, and Moral, of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Free cities of Hamburg and Lubeck, containing notices of the manners and customs, commerce, manufactures, arts and sciences, education, literature, and religion of those countries and cities. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1841)

20            Visit to Northern Europe or Sketches Descriptive, Historical, Political, and Moral, of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Free cities of Hamburg and Lubeck, containing notices of the manners and customs, commerce, manufactures, arts and sciences, education, literature, and religion of those countries and cities. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1841)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Collection of the Acts, Deliverances, and Testimonies of the Supreme Judicatory of the Presbyterian Church: From its Origin in America to the Present Time: With Notes and Documents Explanatory and Historical Constituting a Complete History of her Polity, Faith, and History. (1855)

2               A History of the New School, and of the Questions Involved in the Disruption of the Presbyterian Church in 1838. (1868)

3               A Rejoinder to the Princeton Review, upon, ‘The Elohim Revealed,’ Touching the Doctrine of Imputation and Kindred Topics. (1860)

4               Christ’s Own Method of Baptism. (1887)

5               The Church of Christ: its Constitution and Order; A Manual for the Instruction of Families, Sabbath-Schools, and Bible Classes. (1864)

6               The First Adam and the Second. The Elohim Revealed in the Creation and Redemption of Man. (1860)

7               The Great Baptizer. A Biblical History of Baptism (1882)



Baker, Abijah Richardson (Congregationalist) (1805-1876)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Mary Ann Stearns, delivered on November 20, 1840. (1841)

2               Christ's Desire for the Presence of His People in Heaven: A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Isaac Orr: delivered to the Second Congregational Church and Society in Medford, on May 12, 1844. (1844) (Subject: Orr, Isaac, 1793-1844)

3               School History of the United States, Containing Maps, a Chronological Chart, and an Outline of Topics for a more Extensive Course of Study. (1839)

4               The Catechism Tested by the Bible. A Question Book on the Topics in the Assembly's Shorter Catechism; For Families, Sabbath Schools, Maternal Associations, and Pastors’ Catechetical Classes. Series for Children. Part I. Doctrinal. Volume 1 (1856)

5               The Catechism Tested by the Bible. A Question Book on the Topics in the Assembly's Shorter Catechism; For Families, Sabbath Schools, Bible Classes, and Churches. Series for Youth and Adults. Parts I. and II. (1849)

6               The Catechism Tested by the Bible. A Question Book on the Topics in the Assembly's Shorter Catechism; For Families, Sabbath Schools, Bible Classes, and Churches. Double Parts. Adults, Vol. 3 & 4. (1850)

7               The Catechism Tested by the Bible. A Question Book on the Topics in the Assembly's Shorter Catechism; For Families, Sabbath Schools, Bible Classes, and Churches. Series for Youth and Adults. Part I. Doctrinal. Volume 3 (1850)

8               The Catechism Tested by the Bible. A Question Book on the Topics in the Assembly's Shorter Catechism; For Families, Sabbath Schools, Bible Classes, and Churches. Series for Youth and Adults. Part II. Practical. Volume 4 (1852)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Plain and Scriptural View of Baptism. (1853)

2               A Series of Revival Sermons. By the Rev. Daniel Baker, formerly Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, Washington City, now of Holly Springs, Mississippi. With an Appendix. (1846)

3               Revival Sermons. Second Series. By the Rev. Daniel Baker, President of Austin College, Texas, formerly Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Washington City. With an Appendix. (1854)

4               The Life and Labors of the Rev. Daniel Baker, D. D., Pastor and Evangelist. Prepared by his son, William Mumford Baker, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Austin, Texas. (1859) (Author: Baker, William M. (William Mumford), 1825-1883)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Italian Convert, News from Italy of a Second Moses: or, The Life of Galeachius Caracciolus, the Noble Marquesse of Vico. Containing the Story of his Admirable Conversion from Popery, and forsaking of a rich Marquesdome for the Gospel’s sake. Written first in Italian, thence Translated into Latin by Reverend Beza, and for the benefit of our people put into English: and now Published by W. C. (1635) (Author: [Balbani, Nicolo] d. 1587; Crashaw, William, 1572-1626; Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605 Subject: Vico, Galeazzo Caracciolo, marchese di, 1517-1586; Puritans)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Large Declaration concerning the late Tumults in Scotland, from their First Originals, Together with a Particular Deduction of the Seditious Practices of the Prime Leaders of the Covenanters. (1639)



Balch, Thomas Bloomer (Presbyterian or Methodist Protestant) (1793-1878)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Miniature Poem. “Our Town.” (1849)

2               My Manse during the War: A Decade of Letters to the Rev. Joshua Thomas Murray, Editor of the Methodist Protestant. (1866) (Subject: Balch, T. B. (Thomas Bloomer), 1793-1878; Murray, J. T. (Joshua Thomas), 1830-1899; Presbyterian Church)

3               Reminiscences of Georgetown, D. C.: A Lecture delivered in the Methodist Protestant Church, Georgetown, D. C., on January 20, 1859. (1859)

4               The Ringwood Discourses: or, Sermons on Various Subjects. (1850)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Comedy Concerning Three Laws of Nature, Moses, and Christ. Compiled by John Bale Bishop of Ossory in 1538. (1908)

2               Dramatic Writings. Edited by John S. Farmer. (1907) (Author: Bale, John, 1495-1563; Farmer, John Stephen, 1845?-1915?)

3               Kynge Johan, A Play in Two Parts. Edited by J. Payne Collier from the Manuscript of the Author in the Library of the Duke of Devonshire. (1838) (Author: Bale, John, 1495-1563; Collier, John Payne, 1789-1883 Subject: John, $ c King of England, 1167-1216)

4               Select Works of John Bale, D.D. Bishop of Ossory. Containing the Examinations of Lord Cobham, William Thorpe, and Anne Askewe, and the Image of Both Churches. (1849) (Author: Bale, John, 1495-1563; Christmas, Henry, 1811-1868 Subject: Oldcastle, John, Sir, d. 1417; Thorpe, William, d. 1407?; Askew, Anne, 1521-1546)

5               The Chief Promises of God unto Man. First Published in 1538. (1908)

6               The Pageant of Popes, Containing the Lies of All the Bishops of Rome from the Beginning of Them to the Year of Grace 1555, Divided into Three Sorts Bishops, Archbishops, and Popes. (1574) (Author: Bale, John, 1495-1563; Studley, John, 1545?-1590? Subject: Catholic Church; Papacy -- History; Popes)

7               The Temptation of Our Lord. First Published in 1538. (1909)

8               Writings of John Foxe, John Bale, and Miles Coverdale. (1831) (Author: Foxe, John, 1516-1587; Bale, John, 1495-1563; Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Central Truths and Side Issues. (1895)

2               Deuteronomy, the Words of Moses on the Plains of Moab. (1881)

3               Presbyterianism in the Colonies, with Special Reference to the Principles and Influence of the Free Church of Scotland. The Fifth Series of the Chalmers Lectures. (1899)

4               The Balfours of Pilrig: A History for the Family, by Barbara Gordon Balfour-Melville of Pilrig. (1907)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Grounds and Methods of Admission to Sealing Ordinances: or, Who should be Received to the Lord’s Table? Whose Children should be Baptized? How should we Receive Young Communicants? (1882)

2               The Scripture Doctrine of the Church: Historically and Exegetically Considered. (1887)

3               The Worship of the Presbyterian Church: With Special Reference to the Question of Liturgies. (1884)


Reformed Beliefs

1               Historical Theology; a Review of the Principal Doctrinal Discussions in the Christian Church since the Apostolic Age. Volume 1 (1864) (Author: Cunningham, William, 1805-1861; Buchanan, James, 1804-1870; Bannerman, James, 1807-1868)

2               Historical Theology; a Review of the Principal Doctrinal Discussions in the Christian Church since the Apostolic Age. Volume 2 (1863) (Author: Cunningham, William, 1805-1861; Buchanan, James, 1804-1870; Bannerman, James, 1807-1868)

3               Inspiration: The Infallible Truth and Divine Authority of the Holy Scriptures. (1865)

4               Letter to the Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale, in Reply to the Speeches Delivered at the Intrusive Meeting at Haddington, on Feb. 28, 1840. (1860)

5               Sermons, by the Late James Bannerman, D.D., Professor of Theology, New College, Edinburgh. (1869)

6               The Church of Christ (Treatise on the Nature, Powers, Ordinances, Discipline, and Government of the Christian Church) Volume 1 (1868)

7               The Church of Christ (Treatise on the Nature, Powers, Ordinances, Discipline, and Government of the Christian Church) Volume 2 (1868)

8               The Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation. (1866) (Author: Cunningham, William, 1805-1861. [from old catalog]; Buchanan, James, 1804-1870, Ed; Bannerman, James, 1807-1868,)



Barlass, William (Presbyterian) (1752-1817)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sermons on Practical Subjects. (1818) (Author: Barlass, William, d. 1817; Newton, John, 1725-1807)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Discourse of the Peerage and Jurisdiction of the Lords Spiritual in Parliament. (1679)

2               Popery or The principles and positions approved by the Church of Rome, (when really believed and practiced) are very dangerous to all: and to Protestant kings and supreme powers, more especially pernicious, and inconsistent with that loyalty, which (by the law of nature and scripture) is indispensably due to supreme powers, in a letter to a person of honor. (1679)

3               Several Miscellaneous and Weighty Cases of Conscience. (1692)

4               The Bull of Pope Pius V Concerning the Damnation of Queen Elizabeth and Also the Absolution of Her Subjects of Their Oath of Allegiance to Her Laws and Commands. (1681) (Author: Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691; Catholic Church. Pope (1566-1572: Pius V). Regnans in excelsis, Feb. 25, 1570. English and Latin; Catholic Church. Pope (1534-1549: Paul III) Ejus qui immobilis permanens Subject: Great Britain -- History Elizabeth, 1558-1603; Great Britain -- History Henry VIII, 1509-1547)

5               The Case Concerning Setting up Images or Painting them in Churches. (1714)


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1               A Correct Narrative of the Proceedings of the Presbytery of Philadelphia, relative to the reception and installation of Mr. Albert Barnes: With Three Letters in answer to one, relative to the Aforesaid Proceedings. (1830) (Author: McCalla, W. L. (William Latta), 1788-1859
Subject:
Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870; Presbyterian Church)

2               A Manual of Prayer, Designed to Assist Christians in Learning the Subjects and Modes of Devotion. (1838)

3               An Inquiry into the Scriptural Views of Slavery. (1855)

4               How Shall Man be Just with God? (1854)

5               Introductory Essay on the Life and Times of the Author. (1819) (Author: Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870 Subject: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761)

6               Inquiries and Suggestions in Regard to the Foundation of Faith in the Word of God. (1859)

7               Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity in the Nineteenth Century: Delivered in the Mercer Street Church, New York, January 21 to February 21, 1867, on the “Ely Foundation” of the Union Theological Seminary. (1868)

8               Life at Three-Score: A Sermon delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on November 28, 1858. (1859)

9               Life at Threescore and Ten. (1871)

10            Miscellaneous Essays and Reviews. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855)

11            Miscellaneous Essays and Reviews. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

12            Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of Psalms. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1871)

13            Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of Psalms. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1871)

14            Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1869)

15            Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah. In Two Volumes.  Volume 2 (1858)

16            Notes, Critical, Illustrative, and Practical, on the Book of Daniel, with an Introductory Dissertation. (1853)

17            Notes, Critical, Illustrative, and Practical, on the Book of Job, with a New Translation, and an Introductory Dissertation. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1851)

18            Notes, Critical, Illustrative, and Practical, on the Book of Job, with a New Translation, and an Introductory Dissertation. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1851)

19            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Acts of the Apostles, Designed for Bible-Classes and Sunday-Schools. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1834)

20            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Acts of the Apostles, Designed for Bible-Classes and Sunday-Schools. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1834)

21            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Book of Revelation (1861)

22            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistle to the Hebrews. (1860)

23            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistle to the Romans, Designed for Bible-Classes and Sunday-Schools. (1856)

24            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistles of Paul to the Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians. (1855)

25            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistles of Paul to the Thessalonians, to Timothy, to Titus, and to Philemon. (1856)

26            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians. (1848)

27            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the General Epistles of James, Peter, John, and Jude. (1875)

28            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Gospels, Designed for Bible-Classes and Sunday-Schools. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1858)

29            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Gospels, Designed for Bible-Classes and Sunday-Schools. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1858)

30            Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Second Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians, and the Epistle to the Galatians (1854)

31            Practical Sermons, Designed for Vacant Congregations and Families. (1845)

32            Prayers for the use of Families: Chiefly Selected from Various Authors; with a Preliminary essay, together with a Selection of Hymns. (1859)

33            Sermons on Revivals. (1841)

34            The Apostolic Church, an Inquiry into its Organization and Government, Particularly with Reference to the Claims of Episcopacy. (1855)

35            The Atonement, in its Relations to Law and Moral Government. (1859)

36            The Church and Slavery. (1857)

37            The Crisis: or, A Statement of the Facts in Exposition of Dangerous Errors Contained in Mr. Barnes’s Defense. (1836)

38            The Conditions of Peace, A Thanksgiving Discourse Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Nov. 27, 1862. Volume 1 (1863)

39            The Conditions of Peace, A Thanksgiving Discourse Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Nov. 27, 1862. Volume 2 (1863)

40            The Desire of Reputation, an Address, Before the Phoenix & Union Societies of Hamilton College, July 28, 1841. (1841)

41            The Facts in the Case of the Rev. Albert Barnes Fairly Stated, Addressed to Ministers, Elders, & the People at Large of the Presbyterian Churches U. S. A. (1836) (Author: Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870)

42            The Rule of Christianity in Regard to Conformity to the World - A Sermon Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, on March 4, 1833. (1833)

43            The State of the Country: A Discourse, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on June 1, 1865, on the day Appointed as a day of “Humiliation and Mourning” in view of the Death of the President of the United States. (1865)

44            The Way of Salvation, Illustrated in a Series of Discourses. (1858)

45            Trial of the Rev. Albert Barnes, before the Synod of Philadelphia, in Session at York, October 1835. On a Charge of Heresy, preferred against him by the Rev. George Junkin: with all the pleadings and debate. (1836) (Author: Stansbury, Arthur J. (Arthur Joseph), 1781-1865
Subject:
Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870)



Barnes, Annie Maria (1852-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Children of the Kalahari - A Story of Africa (1892)



Barnes, Annie Maria (Methodist) (1857-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Lass of Dorchester (1904)

2               Chonita - A Story of the Mexican Mines (1898)

3               Izilda - A Story of Brazil (1896)

4               Life of David Livingston, the Heroic Christian Missionary and African Explorer (1888)

5               Marti: A Story of the Cuban War. (1899)

6               Matouchon - A Story of Indian Child Life (1895)

7               Ninito: The Story of the Bible in Mexico. (1892)

8               Scenes in Pioneer Methodism. (1890)

9               The Ferry Maid of the Chattahoochee: A Story for Girls. (1916)

10            The House of Grass. (1892)

11            The Laurel Token - The Story of the Yamasee Uprising (1904)

12            The Little Lady of the Fort (1903)

13            The Red Miriok (1903)



Barnett, John Morrison (Presbyterian) (1826-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Annals of the Early Protestant Churches at Superior. (1908)

2               Centennial Celebration of the Planting of the Presbyterian Church, of Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, October 9, 1874: together with the Addresses of Rev. James Irwin Brownson, D. D. (1817-1899), Rev. John Morrison Barnett, Rev. John M’Millan, D. D. (1826-1882), and the Proceedings and Exercises Connected Therewith. (1875)

3               History of the Presbytery of Redstone - Organized by the Synod of New York and Philadelphia, Sept. 10, 1781, and under its care till 1788: a part of the Synod of Virginia, 1788-1802: of the Synod of Pittsburg, 1802-1881: and now of the Synod of Pennsylvania, 1881-1889. (1889)



Barr, John (Presbyterian) (1749-1831)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Early Religious History of John Barr, Written by himself, and left as a Legacy to his Grand-Children. To which is added, a Sketch of his Character. (1852)



Bates, Herbert Roswell (Presbyterian) (1870-1913)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Handbook for Comrades: A Program for Christian Citizenship Training for Boys Fifteen to Seventeen Years of Age. (1920)

2               Handbook for Pioneers: A Program for Christian Citizenship Training for Boys Twelve to Fourteen Years of Age. (1919)

3               Reapers of His Harvest, by John Thomson Faris. (1915)

4               The Life of Herbert Roswell Bates, by Samuel Ralph Harlow. (1914)



Bausman, Benjamin (German Reformed) (1824-1909)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sinai and Zion: or, A Pilgrimage through the Wilderness to the Land of Promise. (1861)

2               The Life of the Reverend Benjamin Bausman, D. D., L. L. D. (1912) (Author: Ranck, Henry H. (Henry Haverstick), b. 1868)

3               Wayside Gleanings in Europe (1875)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Calvin and the Reformation. Four Studies by Emile Doumergue, August Lang, Herman Bavinck,                 and Benjamin B. Warfield. (1909) (Author: Armstrong, William Park, 1874- ed; Doumergue, E.     (Emile), 1844-1937; Lang, August, 1867-1945; Bavinck, Herman, 1854-1921; Warfield, Benjamin             Breckinridge, 1851-1921 Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564)

2               The Philosophy of Revelation. The Stone Lectures for 1908-1909 Princeton Theological                Seminary. By Herman Bavinck, Doctor of Theology; Professor in the Free University of                 Amsterdam. (1909)

3               The Sacrifice of Praise. Meditations before and after Receiving access to the Table of the Lord.                Translated from the Holland Language by Rev. John Dolfin, Pastor of the Bethany Christian                   Reformed Church, Muskegon, Michigan. Translated by Permission of the Author. Second Edition.           (1922) (Author: Bavinck, Herman, 1854-1921; Dolfin, John, tr)



Beaton, Donald (Presbyterian) (1872-)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Scottish Heroines of the Faith: Being brief Sketches of Noble Women of the Reformation and   Covenant Times. By Rev. Donald Beaton, Wick, Author of "Ecclesiastical History of Caithness."     (1909)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               An Examination of the Utilitarian Theory of Morals. (1885)

2               Apologetics or the Rational Vindication of Christianity. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (Fundamental Apologetics) (1903) (Author: Beattie, Francis Robert, 1848-1906; Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge)

3               Christ and the Cherubim: or, The Ark of the Covenant a Type of Christ Our Savior. (1896) (Author: Otts, J. M. P. (John Martin Philip), 1838-1901; Beattie, Francis R. (Francis Robert), 1848-1906)

4               Radical Criticism, an Exposition and Examination of the Radical Critical Theory Concerning the Literature and Religious System of the O. T. Scriptures. (1894)

5               The Higher Criticism or Modern Critical Theories as to the Origin and Contents of the Literature and Religion found in the Holy Scriptures (Being a Paper read before the Brantford Ministerial Alliance.) (1888)

6               The Presbyterian Standards: An Exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. (microfilm) (1896)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A New Version of the Gospel According to St. Matthew; With a Literal Commentary on all the Difficult Passages: To which is Prefixed an Introduction to the Reading of the Holy Scriptures; intended Chiefly for Young Students in Divinity. Written Originally in French by Messieurs De Beausobre and Lenfant. By the Order of the King of Prussia. (1816) (Author: Beausobre, Isaac de, 1659-1738; Lenfant, Jacques, 1661-1728)

2               The History of the Reformation: From the French of Mons. De Beausobre. (1801) (Author: Beausobre, Isaac de, 1659-1738; Macaulay, John)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Luther's Predecessors or An Answer to the Question of the Papists, “Where was your Church before Luther?” (1624)

2               Treatise of the Sacraments according to the Doctrine of the Church of England touching that Argument. Collected out of the Articles of Religion, the Public Catechism, the Liturgy, and the Book of Homilies. With a Sermon Preached in the Public Lecture, Appointed for Saint Paul’s Cross, on the Feast of Saint John the Baptist, on June 24, 1638. (1639)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Triumphs of the Gospel in the Belgian Congo. (1920)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Autobiography, Correspondence, Etc. of Lyman Beecher. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1865) (Author: Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863; Beecher, Charles, 1815-1900, ed)

2               Autobiography, Correspondence, Etc. of Lyman Beecher. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1865) (Author: Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863; Beecher, Charles, 1815-1900, ed)

3               Beecher's Works. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1852) (v. 1. Lectures on political atheism and kindred subjects; together with six lectures on intemperance.)

4               Beecher's Works. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1852) (v. 2. Sermons, delivered on various occasions.)

5               Beecher's Works. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1852) (v. 3. Views of theology; as developed in three sermons and on his trials before the Presbytery and Synod of Cincinnati, June, 1835. With remarks on the Princeton review.)



Beets, Henry (Christian Reformed) (1869-1947)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Catechisms: Borstius’ Primer of Bible Truths; Short Questions for Little Children, Rearranged and filled out by, Revs. H. Beets & M. J. Bosma. (1919)

2               The Compendium Explained; a Popular Exposition of the Abridgement of the Heidelberg Catechism, known as the “Compendium of the Christian Religion,” of the Reformed Churches of Holland, and of Holland Origin. (1915)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Memoirs of James Begg D. D. Volume 1 of 2 (1885)

2               Anarchy in Worship or Recent Innovation Contrasted with the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church and the Vows of Her Office Bearers. (1875)

3               Happy Homes for Working Men and how to get them. (1866)

4               Memorial with the Opinions of Eminent Counsel in Regard to the Constitution of the Free Church of Scotland, and Remarks on our Present State and Prospects (1874)

5               Scottish Episcopacy the Pioneer of Popery (1856)

6               The Proposed Disestablishment of Protestantism in Ireland: In its Bearings upon the Religion and Liberties of the Empire. (1868)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sermons upon the Following Subjects, viz. I. The Divinity of Jesus Christ. II. The Millennium. III. The Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin. (1758)

2               Preparation for Death. A Sermon, delivered at the Funeral of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D.D., of Bethlem, on March 9, 1790. By Noah Benedict, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Woodbury. (1790) (Author: Benedict, Noah, 1737-1813)

3               The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D. D. Late of Bethlem, Connecticut. In Three Volumes.  Volume 1 (1811) (I. Mr. Benedict's Sermon Delivered at the Funeral of Mr. Bellamy. II. True Religion Delineated, and Distinguished from all Counterfeits--In Two Discourses. III. A Treatise on the Divinity of Christ. IV. The Millennium. V. An Election Sermon.)

4               The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D. D. Late of Bethlem, Connecticut. In Three Volumes.  Volume 2 (1811) (I. The Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin. II. A Vindication of the Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin, in Answer to a Pamphlet, Entitled, "An Attempt," Etc. III. A Dialogue between A. the Author of the "Attempt," and B. the Author of the Sermons on the Wisdom of God, Etc. IV. Theron, Paulinus, and Aspasio; or, Letters and Dialogues upon the Nature of Love to God, Faith in Christ, Assurance of a Title to Eternal Life, containing some Remarks on the Sentiments of the Rev. Messrs. Hervey and Marshall, on these Subjects. V. An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Designed as a Supplement to the Author's Letters and Dialogues on the Nature of Love to God, Faith in Jesus Christ, and Assurance of a Title to Eternal Life.)

5               The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D. D. Late of Bethlem, Connecticut. In Three Volumes.  Volume 3 (1812) (I. The Law our Schoolmaster. II. A Blow to the Root of the Refined Antinomianism of the Present Age, Etc. That there is but One Covenant, whereof Baptism and the Lord's Supper are Seals, viz. the Covenant of Grace, Proved from the Word of God; and the Doctrine of an External Graceless Covenant, Advanced by the Rev. Mr. Moses Mather, Shown to be an Unscriptural Doctrine. III. A Careful and Strict Examination of the External Covenant, and of the Principles by which it is Supported; A Reply to the Rev. Mr. Mather's piece, Entitled, "The Visible Church in Covenant with God, further Illustrated,: Etc. A Vindication of the Plan on which the Churches in New-England were Originally Formed, Etc. IV. The Half-Way Covenant; A Dialogue between a Minister and his Parishioner. V. Early Piety Recommended; A Discourse on Ecclesiastes 12:1. VI. The Great Evil of Sin, as Committed Against God: A Sermon. VII. Index to the Whole Work.)

6               The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D. D. First Pastor of the Church in Bethlehem, Connecticut. With a Memoir of his Life and Character. In Two Volumes.  Volume 1 (1853) (Author: Bellamy, Joseph, 1719-1790; Edwards, Tryon, 1809-1894) (I. Memoir of the Life and Character of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D.D. II. True Religion Delineated, In Two Discourses. III. The Law our Schoolmaster. IV. The Nature of Justifying Faith. V. A Treatise on the Divinity of Christ. VI. The Millennium. VII. The Great Evil of Sin as Committed Against God. VIII. A Blow at the Root of Refined Antinomianism. IX. Early Piety Recommended. X. Family Religion Recommended. XI. An Election Sermon. XII. A Letter to Scripturista on Creeds.)

7               The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D. D. First Pastor of the Church in Bethlehem, Connecticut. With a Memoir of his Life and Character. In Two Volumes.  Volume 2 (1853) (Author: Bellamy, Joseph, 1719-1790; Edwards, Tryon, 1809-1894) (I. The Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin. II. A Vindication of the Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin. III. Theron, Paulinus, and Aspasio; or, Letters and Dialogues upon the Nature of Love to God, Faith in Christ, Assurance of a Title to Eternal Life, containing some Remarks on the Sentiments of the Rev. Messrs. Hervey and Marshall, on these Subjects. IV. An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Designed as a Supplement to the Author's Letters and Dialogues on the Nature of Love to God, Faith in Jesus Christ, and Assurance of a Title to Eternal Life. V. There is but One Covenant, Proved from the Word of God; and the Doctrine of an External Graceless Covenant, Shown to be Unscriptural. VI. A Careful and Strict Examination of the External Covenant, and of the Principles by which it is Supported. VII. The Half-Way Covenant; A Dialogue Between a Minister and his Parishioner. The National Preacher and Village Pulpit. VIII. Index.)

8               True Religion Delineated: or, Experimental Religion, Distinguished From Formal Religion on the One Hand, and Enthusiasm on the other, set out in a Scriptural and Rational Light. In Two Discourses: In which some of the Principal Errors both of the Arminians and Antinomians are Confuted…The Foundation and Superstructure of their different Schemes Demolished…and the Truth, as it is in Jesus, Explained and Proved. By Joseph Bellamy, D.D. Late of Bethlem, Connecticut. With a Preface by the Rev. Mr. Edwards. (1804) (Subject: Congregational churches; Law and gospel)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Commentary or Exposition upon the Second Chapter of the Prophecy of Amos, Delivered in 21 Sermons in the Parish Church of Meysey Hampton of Gloucester Diocese (1620)

2               The Haven of the Afflicted, a Sermon Preached in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester, on Aug. 10, 1613. (1613)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Memoir of the Life and Writings of John Albrecht Bengel, by Rev. John Christian Frederic Burk, Tr. by Robert Francis Walker. (1837)

2               Bengel’s Introduction to his Exposition of the Apocalypse: With his Preface to that Work and the Greatest Part of the Conclusion of it; and also his Marginal Notes on the Text, which are a Summary of the whole Exposition. (1758) (Author: Bengel, Johann Albrecht, 1687-1752; Robertson, John)

3               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth , Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1857) (v. 1. Author's preface, the notes on St. Matthew and St. Mark.)

4               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth , Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1862) (v. 1. Author's preface, the notes on St. Matthew and St. Mark.)

5               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1873) (v. 1. Author's preface, the notes on St. Matthew and St. Mark.)

6               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1877) (v. 1. Author's preface, the notes on St. Matthew and St. Mark.)

7               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1864) (v. 2. Commentary on the gospels according to St. Luke and St. John and the Acts of the Apostles.)

8               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1873) (v. 2. Commentary on the gospels according to St. Luke and St. John and the Acts of the Apostles.)

9               John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1877) (v. 2. Commentary on the gospels according to St. Luke and St. John and the Acts of the Apostles.)

10            John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1857) (v. 3. Commentary on the Romans, I. Corinthians, and II. Corinthians.)

11            John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1877) (v. 3. Commentary on the Romans, I. Corinthians, and II. Corinthians.)

12            John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1858) (v. 4. Commentary on the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I. and II. Thessalonians, I. and II. Timothy, Titus, Philemon, and Hebrews.)

13            John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1873) (v. 4. Commentary on the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I. and II. Thessalonians, I. and II. Timothy, Titus, Philemon, and Hebrews.)

14            John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1877) (v. 4. Commentary on the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I. and II. Thessalonians, I. and II. Timothy, Titus, Philemon, and Hebrews)

15            John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament - Pointing out the Simplicity, Depth, Harmony, and Saving Power of its Divine Thoughts. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1866) (v. 5. Commentary on the epistles of James, I. Peter, II. Peter, I. John, II. John, III. John, Jude, and the Apocalypse.)

16            The Critical English Testament: Being an Adaptation of Bengel's Gnomon, Showing the Precise Results of Modern Criticism and Exegesis. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1873) (Author: Blackley, William Lewery, 1830-1902; Hawes, James, ed; Bengel, Johann Albrecht, 1687-1752. Gnomon)

17            The Critical English Testament: Being an Adaptation of Bengel's Gnomon, Showing the Precise Results of Modern Criticism and Exegesis. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1873) (Author: Blackley, William Lewery, 1830-1902; Hawes, James, ed; Bengel, Johann Albrecht, 1687-1752. Gnomon)

18            The Critical English Testament: Being an Adaptation of Bengel's Gnomon, Showing the Precise Results of Modern Criticism and Exegesis. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1873) (Author: Blackley, William Lewery, 1830-1902; Hawes, James, ed; Bengel, Johann Albrecht, 1687-1752. Gnomon)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Defense of the Memorial of the Reformation: Against the Exceptions of Presbyterian Prejudice Displayed by a Hearty Well Wisher of the Established Church: With a Particular Enquiry into the Authors and Abettors of the Irish Massacre. A Vindication of Mr. Baxter, and Others, with Reference to the Story of the Marquis of Antrim, Against the Accusations of Mr. Thomas Cart of the Bath, in his ‘Irish Massacre Set in a Clear Light’. And a Detection of the Forgeries Published by Dr. Hollingworth, Concerning Mr. Henderson’s Recantation, and Character of K. Charles on his Death-Bed. (1723)

2               A Memorial of the Reformation, (Chiefly in England) and of Britain's Deliverances from Popery and Arbitrary Power, Since that Time to the Year 1716. Wherein is Contained, I. Some Account of the Apostasy of the Church in its Rise and Progress, till Popery was Established in the World. II. The State of the Reformation under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Elizabeth: With Principles and Endeavors of those that have from Time to Time stood for a further Reformation; as a Short History of Nonconformity. III. A Particular Relation of all the Plots and Conspiracies of Papists and others against the Reformation and Civil Liberties of the Land. Some short Memories of the Civil War in King Charles I’s Time; and a Distinct Answer to the Question, “Who Cut off the King’s Head?” (1748)

3               Devout Meditations from the Christian Oratory. (1819) (Author: Bennet, Benjamin, 1674-1726; Scougal, Henry, 1650-1678. Life of God in the soul of man; Palmer, Samuel, 1741-1813; Winnard, James, Printer, 1819)

4               Discourses on the Credibility of the Scriptures: In which the Truth, Inspiration, and Usefulness of the Scriptures are Asserted and Proved. (1795)

5               The Christian Oratory or the Devotion of the Closet Displayed. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1811)

6               The Christian Oratory or the Devotion of the Closet Displayed. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1811)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Conventional Hymnal: A Compilation of Familiar Hymns for use at Meetings where the Larger Collections are not Available. (1903)

2               For God and Country: Hymns for use in War Time. (1918)

3               Hymnal for use in Congregational Churches. (1897)

4               Hymns and Verses. (1897)

5               Selections from the Psalter for use in the Services of the Churches. (1896) (Author: Craven, E. R. (Elijah Richardson), 1824-1908; Benson, Louis F. (Louis FitzGerald), 1855-1930)

6               Studies of Familiar Hymns. (1921)

7               Studies of Familiar Hymns Second Series. (1923)

8               The Best Church Hymns. (1898)

9               The Chapel Hymnal. (1910) (Author: Benson, Louis F. (Louis FitzGerald), 1855-1930; Craven, E. R. (Elijah Richardson), 1824-1908; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Selections from the Psalter, for use in the services of the churches)

10            The English Hymn: Its Development and use in Public Worship. (1915)

11            The Evolution of a Great Hymn. (1902)

12            The Hymnal of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. (1896) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Benson, Louis F. (Louis FitzGerald), 1855-1930 Subject: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Bible; Presbyterian Church; Psalters; Psalms (Music); Hymns, English Publisher: Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work)

13            The School Hymnal. (1902)

14            The Westminster Hymnal for Congregational and Social use and for the Sunday School: Designed for Churches making use of One Book in all the Services. (1913)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Biblical Archaeology. (1928)

2               New Testament Introduction. (1915)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Judgment of the Late Arch-Bishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland, viz. I. Of the Extent of Christ’s Death, and Satisfaction, Etc. II. Of the Sabbath, and Observation of the Lord’s Day. III. Of the Ordination in other Reformed Churches. With a Vindication of him from a Pretended Charge of him in the First; Some Advertisements upon the Latter; and, in Prevention of further Injuries, a Declaration of his Judgment in several other Subjects. By Nicholas Bernard, D.D. and Preacher to the Honorable Society of Grayes-Inne, London. (1657)

2               The Life Death of the Most Reverend and Learned Father of Our Church, Dr. James Usher, Late Arch-Bishop of Armagh, and Primate of All of Ireland: Published in a Sermon at his Funeral at the Abbey of Westminster, on April 17, 1656, and now reviewed with some other Enlargements. (1656)

3               The Whole Proceedings of the Siege of Drogheda. To which is added, A True Account of the Siege of London-Derry (1736)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Discourse Commemorative of George W. Bethune, delivered in the Reformed Church on the Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1891. (1891)

2               A Discourse on the Death of William Henry Harrison, Late President of the United States of America, pronounced in the morning of April 11, 1841. (1841)

3               A Memorial of the Rev. Jacob Brodhead… (1855)

4               A Plea for Study. An Oration before the Literary Societies of Yale College, on August 19, 1845. (1845)

5               An Address Before the Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania. (1840)

6               British Female Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices. (1856)

7               Early Lost, Early Saved. An Argument for the Salvation of Infants, with Consolations for Bereaved Parents, to which is added, Original and Selected Poems, on the same Subject. (1846)

8               Expository Lectures on the Heidelberg Catechism. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1866)

9               Expository Lectures on the Heidelberg Catechism. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1866)

10            Lays of Love and Faith. With other Fugitive Poems. (1847)

11            Memoir of Rev. George W. Bethune. (1867) (Author: Van Nest, Abraham Rynier, 1823-1892)

12            Memoirs of Mrs. Joanna Bethune. (1863) (Author: Bethune, George W. (George Washington), 1805-1862 Subject: Bethune, Joanna, 1770-1860)

13            Orations and Occasional Discourses. (1850)

14            Our Liberties: Their Danger, and the Means of Preserving Them: A Discourse. (1835)

15            Paul, the Missionary: A Sermon, Preached at Newark, New Jersey, on Oct. 28, 1856, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their forty-seventh Annual Meeting. (1856)

16            Sermons. (1846)

17            The Claims of our Country on its Literary Men. An Oration before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University, on July 19, 1849. (1849)

18            The Complete Angler: or, The Contemplative Man's Recreation. (1847) (Author: Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Cotton, Charles, 1630-1687; Bethune, George W. (George Washington), 1805-1862)

19            The Fruit of the Spirit. (1845)

20            The History of a Penitent: A Guide for the Inquiring in a Commentary on the One Hundred and Thirtieth Psalm. (1859)

21            The Living Pulpit: or, Eighteen Sermons by Eminent Living Divines of the Presbyterian Church. With a Biographical Sketch of the Editor, by Geo. W. Bethune, D.D. Edited and Published by Rev. Elijah Wilson. Seventh Edition. (1857)

22            The New York Pulpit in the Revival of 1858: A Memorial Volume of Sermons. (1858) (Author: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859) (Sermons by James W. Alexander, William Adams, George W. Bethune, and twenty-two others.)

23            The Prospects of Art in the United States: An address before the Artists’ Fund Society of Philadelphia, at the opening of their Exhibition, May 1840. (1840)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 1 (1842) (Sermons 1-24.)

2               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 2 (1843) (Sermons 25-51.)

3               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 3 (1844) (Sermons 52-77.)

4               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 4 (1844) (Sermons 78-103.)

5               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 5 (1845) (Sermons 104-128.)

6               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 6 (1845) (Sermons 129-146.)

7               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 7 (1845) (On the Thirty Nine Articles of the Church of England.)

8               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 8 (1846) (The Church Catechism Explained; Private Thoughts on Religion; The great Advantage and Necessity of Public Prayer and of Frequent Communion; and A Defense of the Book of Psalms, Collected into English Meter by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others.)

9               The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 9 (1847) (Thesaurus Theologicus: or, A Complete System of Divinity: Summed up in Brief Notes upon Select Places of the Old and New Testament.  Wherein the Sacred Text is reduced under Proper Heads, Explained and Illustrated with Opinions and Authorities of the Ancient Fathers, Councils, etc. In Two Volumes. Volume 1)

10            The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 10 (1847) (Thesaurus Theologicus: or, A Complete System of Divinity: Summed up in Brief Notes upon Select Places of the Old and New Testament.  Wherein the Sacred Text is reduced under Proper Heads, Explained and Illustrated with Opinions and Authorities of the Ancient Fathers, Councils, etc. In Two Volumes. Volume 2)

11            The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 11 (1848) (Codex Canonum Ecclesiae Primitivae Vindicatus Ac Illistratus. In Two Volumes. Volume 1)

12            The Works of William Beveridge. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 12 (1848) (Codex Canonum Ecclesiae Primitivae Vindicatus Ac Illistratus. In Two Volumes. Volume 2)



Bible Translations

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Introduction to the Study of the Gospel of John, Interlinear Literal Translation of the Greek, Authorized Version in the Margin. (1895)

2               Latin Bible with a French Commentary. (Matthew-John) Volume 7. (1889) (Author: Fillion, L.-Cl. (Louis-Claude), 1843-1927; Le Maistre de Sacy, Isaac-Louis, 1613-1684)

3               Records of the English Bible, the Documents relating to the Translation and Publication of the Bible in English; 1525-1611. (Author: Pollard, Alfred W. (Alfred William), 1859-1944. ed)

4               The Bible, The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, (the Geneva Bible) (1579)

5               The Bible, The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, (the Geneva Bible) (1595)

6               The Bible, The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, (the Geneva Bible) (1615)

7               The Englishman's Greek New Testament, Giving the Greek text of Stephen's 1550, Other Editions, Literal Translation, and Authorized Version 1611. (1896)

8               The Holy Bible: A Facsimile in reduced size of the Authorized Version published in the Year 1611. (1911) (Author: Pollard, Alfred W. (Alfred William), 1859-1944)

9               The Interlinear Literal Translation of the Greek New Testament with the Authorized Version in the Margin. (1920)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Brief History of the Bible Presbyterian Church and its Agencies.  (1967)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Effect of Certain Sermons Touching the Full Redemption of Mankind by the Death and Blood of Christ Jesus: Wherein besides the Merit of Christ’s Suffering, the Manner of His Offering, the Power of His Death, the Comfort of His Cross, and the Glory of His Resurrection, are handled, What Pains Christ Suffered in His Soul on the Cross: Together, with the Place and Purpose of His Descent into Hell after Death: Preached at Paul’s Cross and elsewhere in London, by the Right Reverend Thomas Bilson, Bishop of Winchester. With a Conclusion to the Reader for the Clearing of Certain Objections made Against the said Doctrine. (1599)

2               The Perpetual Government of Christ's Church. Wherein are handled; The Fatherly Superiority which God First Established in the Patriarchs for the Guiding of His Church, and after continued in the Tribe of Levi and the Prophets; and lastly Confirmed in the New Testament to the Apostles and their Successors: As also the Points at Question at this day; Touching the Jewish Sanhedrin: The True Kingdom of Christ: The Apostles’ Commission: The Lay Presbytery: The Distinction of Bishops from Presbyters, and their Succession from the Apostles’ Times and Hands: The Calling and Moderating of Provincial Synods by Primates and Metropolitans: The Allotting of Diocese, and the Popular Electing of such as must Feed and Watch the Flock: And Divers other points Concerning the Pastoral Regiment of the House of God. By Thomas Bilson, Warden of Winchester College. (1593)

3               The True Difference between Christian Subjection and Unchristian Rebellion: wherein the Prince’s Lawful Power to Command for Truth, and Incontrovertible Right to Bear the Sword, are Defended  against the Pope’s Censures and the Jesuit’s Sophisms, uttered in their Apology and Defense of English Catholics; with a Demonstration that the things Reformed in the Church of England by the Laws of this Realm are Truly Catholic, notwithstanding the Vain Show made to the contrary in their late Rhemish Testament: by Thomas Bilson Warden of Winchester. (1586)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning: With a Life of the Author, and Notes, by James Cochrane, A.M. Librarian to the Edinburgh Theological Library. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1839) (I. Life of the Author. II. The Common Principles of the Christian Religion clearly Proved and Singularly Improved; or, A Practical Catechism. III. The Sinner's Sanctuary; or, A Discovery made of those Glorious Privileges offered unto the Penitent and Faithful under the Gospel; Being Forty-Eight Sermons on the Eighth Chapter of the Epistle to the Romans. Sermons 1-16.)

2               The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning: With a Life of the Author, and Notes, by James Cochrane, A.M. Librarian to the Edinburgh Theological Library. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1840) (I. The Sinner's Sanctuary; or, A Discovery made of those Glorious Privileges offered unto the Penitent and Faithful under the Gospel; Being Forty-Eight Sermons on the Eighth Chapter of the Epistle to the Romans. Sermons 17-48. II. Fellowship with God; or Twenty-Eight Sermons on the First and Second Chapters of the First Epistle of John. III. Seventeen Miscellany Sermons. Sermons 1-6.)

3               The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning: With a Life of the Author, and Notes, by James Cochrane, A.M. Librarian to the Edinburgh Theological Library. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1840) (I. Miscellany Sermons. Sermons 7-17. II. Several Sermons upon the Most Important Subjects of Practical Religion. Sermons 1-27. III. A Treatise of Christian Love.)

4               The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning, one of the Regents in the University of Glasgow, and afterwards Minister of Govan. Collected and Edited by the Rev. M. Leishman, D.D., Minister of the Parish of Govan. Third Edition. (1851) (Author: Binning, Hugh, 1627-1653; Leishman, Matthew, 1794-1874)



Bird, Isaac (1793-1876)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Bible Work in Bible Lands or Events in the History of the Syrian Mission. (1872)

2               Genealogical Sketch of the Bird Family, having its Origin in Hartford, Conn. (1855)

3               The Jewish Prisoner; a Sketch of the Life of Hermann S. Ollendorff, a Christian Israelite. (1860)

4               The Martyr of Lebanon. By Rev. Isaac Bird. With an Introduction by Rev. Joel Hawes, D.D. (1864)              (Subject: Shidyaq, Asad, 1798-1830; Maronites; Persecution; Protestant converts -- Lebanon)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Memoirs of the Rev. John Blackader; Compiled Chiefly from Unpublished Manuscripts, and Memoirs of his Life and Ministry Written by himself While Prisoner on the Bass; And Containing Illustrations of the Episcopal Persecution from the Restoration to the Death of Charles II. With an Appendix, giving a Short Account of the History and Siege of the Bass, Etc. By Andrew Crichton, Preacher of the Gospel, Author of the Life of Colonel Blackader, Etc. (1826)

2               The Life and Diary of Lieutenant Colonel John Blackader, of the Cameronian Regiment, and Deputy Governor of Stirling Castle; Who Served with Distinguished Honor in the Wars Under King William and the Duke of Marlborough, and Afterwards in the Rebellion of 1715 in Scotland. By Andrew Crichton, Author of the Memoirs of the Rev. John Blackader (1824)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Admiral Coligny and the Rise of the Huguenots. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1869) (Subject: Coligny, Gaspard de; Huguenots)

2               Admiral Coligny and the Rise of the Huguenots. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1869) (Subject: Coligny, Gaspard de; Huguenots)

3               Aonio Paleario and his Friends, with a Revised Edition of, “The Benefit of Christ's Death.” (1866)

4               College Days of Calvin. (1865)

5               Colleges of the New West. (1896)

6               History of the Christian Church from its Origin to the Present Time. (1879)

7               Judas the Maccabee and the Asmonean Princes. (1864)

8               Saint Patrick and the Early Church of Ireland. (1869)

9               The Crime against the Presidency: A Sermon, delivered Sunday April 16, 1865, in the Fourth Presbyterian Church, Trenton, New Jersey. (1865)

10            The Exiles of Madeira. (1860) (Subject: Kalley, Robert Reid, 1809-1888; Hewitson, William Hepburn, 1812-1850; Persecution -- Madeira Islands; Missions -- Madeira)

11            The Holy Child or The Early Years of Our Lord Jesus Christ. (1860)

12            The Kirkpatrick Memorial: or, Biographical Sketches of Father and Son. (1867) (Author: Blackburn, William Maxwell, 1828-1898; Kirkpatrick, Jacob, 1828-1859; Hale, George, 1812-1888
Subject:
Kirkpatrick, Jacob, 1785-1866; Kirkpatrick, Jacob, 1828-1859)

13            The Rebel Prince or Lessons from the Career of the Young man Absalom. (1864)

14            Ulrich Zwingli, the Patriotic Reformer: A History. (1868)

15            Young Calvin in Paris and the Little Flock that he Fed. (1865)


Reformed Beliefs B

  1               Methodus Evangelica: or, A Modest Essay upon the True Scriptural-Rational Way of Preaching the Gospel: Being some Discourses upon the Homiletical, Textual, and Occasional Method of Preaching. Together with an Appendix concerning Lecturing, and an Account of the Matter, Dialect, and Frame conceived to be the Most Proper for Gospel-Sermons. The Whole being Designed to Point out the Great Seriousness and Wisdom, which Especially at this day is so Necessary towards Preaching and Adorning the Glorious Gospel. (1712)



Blagden, George Washington (Congregationalist) (1802-1884)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Discourse, Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Livingston Budington, Preached in the                 First Congregational Church, Charleston, January 14, 1855. By George W. Blagden, D.D. (1855)      (Subject: Budington, Elizabeth Livingston, d. 1855)

2               Memoir of Robert Henry Hunkins. (1859) (Subject: Hunkins, Robert Henry, 1850-1859)

3               Pastor's Memorial. Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Installation of George W. Blagden, D.D., as                Pastor of the Old South Church and Society in Boston. (1862)

4               Remarks and a Discourse on Slavery. (1854)

5               The Principles on which a Preacher of the Gospel should Condemn Sin: With some Reference to             Existing Evils. A Sermon, Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Robert B. Hall, over the Third                Congregational Church and Society in Plymouth, August 23, 1837. (1837) (Subject: Hall, Robert         B. (Robert Bernard), 1812-1868)



Blaikie, William Garden (1820-1899)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Christianity and Recent Speculations; Six Lectures by Ministers of the Free Church. (1866) (Author: Candlish, Robert Smith, 1806-1873; Smith, Thomas, 1817-1906; Rainy, Robert, 1826-1906; Blaikie, William Garden, 1820-1899; Crichton, Andrew, 1790-1855; Duns, John, 1820-1909
Subject:
Free Church of Scotland; Theology) (The Bible not inconsistent with science, by Thomas Smith.--On the place and ends of miracles, by Robert Rainy.--Spiritual Christianity in relation to secular progress, by W.G. Blaikie.--The purpose and form of Holy Scripture, by Andrew Crichton.--Prayer and natural law, by John Duns.--The Sabbath, by R.S. Candlish)

 

2               Historical Evidences of the Old Testament. (1890) (Author: Sayce, A. H. (Archibald Henry), 1845-1933; Blaikie, William Garden, 1820-1899; Cairns, John, 1818-1892; Conder, Eustace R., 1820-1892; Chamberlain, Jacob, 1835-1908; Chambers, Talbot W. (Talbot Wilson), 1819-1896) (The witness of ancient monuments to the Old Testament Scriptures, by A.H. Sayce.--The vitality of the Bible, by Rev. W.G. Blaikie.--Present state of the Christian argument from prophecy, by Rev. Principal Cairns.--The origin of the Hebrew religion, by E.R. Conder.--The Bible tested, by J. Chamberlain.--The Old Testament vindicated, by Rev. T.W. Chambers)

 

3          Present Day Tracts on the non-Christian Philosophies of the Age. (1888) (Author: Religious Tract Society (Great Britain); Blaikie, W. G; Porter, Noah, 1811-1892; Wilkinson, W. F; Iverach, J; Thomson, J. R; Thomson, J. R; Thomson, J. R; Iverach, J Publisher: [London] The religious tract society) (W. G. Blaikie: Christianity and secularism compared in their influence and effects.--N. Porter: Agnosticism.--W. F. Wilkinson: Modern materialism.--J. Iverach: The philosophy of Mr. Herbert Spencer examined.--J. R. Thomson: Modern pessimism.--J. R. Thomson: Utilitarianism.--J. R. Thomson: Auguste Comte.--J. Iverach: The ethics of evolution examined)

 

4               The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 1 January-June, 1879. (1879)

5               The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 2 July-December, 1879. (1879)

6               The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 3 January-June, 1880. (1880)

7               The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 4 July-December, 1880. (1880)

8               The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 5 January-June, 1881. (1881)

9               The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 6 July-December, 1881. (1881)

10            The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 7 January-June, 1882. (1882)

11            The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 8 July-December, 1882. (1882)

12            The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 9 January-June, 1883. (1883)

13            The Catholic Presbyterian. An International Journal – Ecclesiastical and Religious. Edited by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., Edinburgh. Volume 10 July-December, 1883. (1883)

14            The Evangelical Succession: A Course of Lectures Delivered in St George’s Free Church. (1883) (Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564; Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572; Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646; Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Leighton, Robert, 1611-1684; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von, 1700-1760; Reformation -- Biography) (Calvin / Professor Candlish -- Knox / R.W. Barbour -- Henderson / G. Webster Thomson -- Rutherfurd / Alex. Taylor Innes -- Leighton / Professor Blaikie -- Baxter / James Stalker -- Zinzendorf / Professor Binnie)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Critical Dissertation on the Poems of Ossian, the Son of Fingal. (1763)

2               Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Letteres. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1818)

3               Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Letteres. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1818)

4               Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Letteres. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1818)

5               Practical Morality: or, A Guide to Men and Manners: Consisting of Lord Chesterfield’s Advice to his son: To which is added, a Supplement Containing Extracts from Various Books Recommended by Lord Chesterfield to Mr. Stanhope; together with, ‘The Polite Philosopher,’ or, An Essay on the Art which makes a Man Happy in himself and Agreeable to others [By James Forrester]; Dr. Blair’s Advice to Youth; Dr. Fordyce on Honor as a Principle; Lord Burghley’s Ten Precepts to his son; Dr. Franklin’s Way to Wealth; and Pope’s Universal Prayer. (1848) (Author: Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Advice to his son; Lambert, Anne Thérèse de Marguenat de Courcelles, marquise de, 1647-1733. Avis d'une mere à son fils et sa fille. English. Selections; La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de, 1613-1680. Maximes. English; Forrester, James, d. 1765. Polite philosopher; Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. Ten precepts; Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800. Advice to youth; Fordyce, James, 1720-1796. On honor as a principle; Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Way to wealth Subject: Conduct of life; Courtesy) (Includes "Advice of a mother to her son" by the Marchioness de Lambert and Maxims and moral reflections by the Duke de La Rochefoucault)

6               Sermons of Hugh Blair. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1818)

7               Sermons of Hugh Blair. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1818)

8               Sermons of Hugh Blair. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1818)

9               Sermons of Hugh Blair. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1818)

10            Sermons of Hugh Blair. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1818)

11            The Poems of Ossian. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1806)

12            The Poems of Ossian. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1806)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sermons Collected from the Manuscripts of the Late Rev. John D. Blair. (1825)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Robert Blair. (1754) (Author: Blair, Robert Subject: Blair, Robert, 1593-1666; Pringle, Walter, 1625-1677) (With this title is bound: The everlasting espousals : being a sermon preached at the administration of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, August 1714 / by Thomas Boston (sixth ed. corrected), and: The Mystery of Christ in the form of a servant ... / by Thomas Boston, and: Two sermons with five discourses at the tables serving; and the discourse after the tables, on Isaiah xlii. 6. / by John Bisset, and: Memoirs of the life of Mr. Robert Blair, and: Memoirs of Walter Pringle of Greenknow (2nd ed.))

2               The Life of Mr. Robert Blair, Minister of St. Andrews, Containing his Autobiography, from 1593-1636, with Supplement of his Life and Continued History to 1680, By his Son-In-Law, Mr. William Row, Minister of Ceres. Edited for the Wodrow Society, from the Original Manuscript, By Thomas M’Crie, D.D. (1848)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Poetical Works of Robert Blair. (1802)



Blake, Caroline L. (Presbyterian) (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Alice Rosedale: or, The Power of a Consistent Christian Life. (1860)



Blake Thaddeus Constantine (Presbyterian) (1825-1896)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Pulpit and the Pew: or, Preacher and People. (1882)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Sermon, Delivered to the United Presbyterian Congregations of Lansingburgh and Waterford, on April 13, 1815; being the Day of National Thanksgiving, Directed by the President of the United States, and the Governor of the State of New-York. (1815)

2               Elements of the Greek Language, Exhibited, for the most part, in New Rules, made easy to the Memory by their Brevity: Being a Translation of Dr. Moor’s Celebrated Greek Grammar. To which are added, Greville Ewing’s Continuation and Syntax. By Samuel Blatchford, A.M. Principal of Lansingburgh Academy. (1807) (Author: James Moor, Samuel Blatchford, Greville Ewing)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Treatise of the Sibyls, So Highly Celebrated, as well by the Ancient Heathens, as the Holy Fathers of the Church; Giving an Account of the Names, and Number of the Sibyls, of their Qualities, the Form and Matter of their Verses; As also of the Books now Extant under their Names, and the Errors Crept into Christian Religion, from the Impostures Contained therein, Particularly, Concerning the State of the Just, and Unjust after Death. (1661)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Discourse on the Life and Character of Daniel Webster. (1852) (Author: Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Moral courage; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. American union; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Peace-makers; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Peace we need, and how to secure it; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. General Assembly of 1866; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Sovereignty of God, the sure and only stay of the Christian patriot in our national troubles; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Reformed and revived Christianity, our country's greatest necessity; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Discourses commemorative of the life and work of Charles Hodge Subject: Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852; Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878) (With Alumni Alcove copy are bound additional sermons: (1) Moral courage -- (2) The American union -- (3) The sovereignty of God, the sure and only stay of the Christian patriot in our national troubles -- (4) The peace-makers -- (5) The peace we need, and how to secure it -- (6) The General Assembly of 1866 -- (7) A reformed and revived Christianity, our country's greatest necessity -- (8) Discourses commemorative of the life and work of Charles Hodge)

 

2               A Quarter-century Discourse: Delivered in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, on Sunday, Nov. 7, 1858. (1858)

3               A Selection of Hymns: Designed as a Supplement to the Psalms and Hymns of the Presbyterian Church. (1861)

4               A Sermon Commemorative of the Character and Life of Miss Margaret Latimer: Preached at Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Sunday, Nov. 26, 1865. (1865)

5               A Treatise on the Scripture Doctrine of Original Sin: With Explanatory Notes. (1839)

6               Address at the Funeral of the Rev. Henry Augustus Boardman, D. D. (1881) (Author: Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; De Witt, John, 1842-1923.)

7               Earthly Suffering and Heavenly Glory: With other Sermons. (1878)

8               God's Providence in Accidents: A Sermon Occasioned by the Deaths of Rev. John Martin Connell, Mr. John Field Gillespie, & Mrs. Susan Gillespie; Three Victims of the Railroad Catastrophe at Burlington, New Jersey, on the 29th day of August, 1855. (1855)

9               Healing and Salvation for Our Country from God Alone: A Sermon Preached in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, 1864. (1864)

10            Hymns of Praise. (1867)

11            In Memoriam, Harriet Hollond. (1871) (Subject: Hollond, Harriet, 1812-1870)

12            Memorial of Cortlandt Van Rensselaer. (1860) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876 Subject: Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 1808-1860) ("Funeral address. Delivered in the First Presbyterian church, Burlington, New Jersey, on the 30th of July, 1860. By the Rev. Charles Hodge, D. D.": p. 8-17
"A discourse commemorative of the life and character of the Rev. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, D. D. Delivered ... September 30th, 1860. By Henry A. Boardman, D. D.": p. 22-39 "Part of a discourse, delivered by the Rev. W. B. Sprague, D. D.": p. 40-46.
)

13            Mottoes for the New Year: As given in Texts of Sermons, Preached in the Tenth Presbyterian Church. (1882)

14            The American Union: A Discourse Delivered on Thursday, Dec. 12, 1850, the day of the Annual Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania, and repeated on Thursday, December 19, in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (1860)

15            The Bible in the Counting House: A Course of Lectures to Merchants. (1853)

16            The Bible in the Family: or, Hints on Domestic Happiness (1858)

17            The Christian Ministry not a Priesthood: A Sermon Preached at the Opening of the Sessions of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday, May 7, 1855. Published by Order of the Assembly. (1855)

18            The Claims of Religion on Medical Men: A Discourse Delivered in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Sunday evening, Nov. 24, 1844. (1844)

19            The Doctrine of Election neither Derogatory to God nor Discouraging to Man. (1860)

20            The Federal Judiciary: A Thanksgiving Discourse. (1862)

21            The Gospels with Moral Reflections on each Verse. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Quesnel, Pasquier, 1634-1719; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. ed)

22            The Gospels with Moral Reflections on each Verse. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Author: Quesnel, Pasquier, 1634-1719; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. ed)

23            The Great Question: Will you Consider the Subject of Personal Religion? (1855)

24            The “Higher Life” Doctrine of Sanctification, tried by the Word of God. (1878)

25            The Importance of Religion in the Legal Profession: With some Remarks on the Character of the late Charles Chauncer Esq. & other Discourses. (1849) (Author: Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Discourse on the life and character of Daniel Webster; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Federal judiciary; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Thanksgiving in war; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Sovereignty of God, the sure and only stay of the Christian patriot in our national troubles; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Healing and salvation for our country from God alone; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Peace-makers; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Peace we need and how to secure it; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Reformed and revived Christianity, our country's greatest need; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Address of the Board of Managers of the American Protestant Association; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Scripture doctrine of rewards; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. American union; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Anniversary of the Merchants fund; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Suggestions to young men engaged in mercantile business; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. Word of friendly counsel to young men; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. New doctrine of intervention, tried by the teachings of Washington
Subject:
Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852) (With the Alumni Alcove copy are bound additional sermons: (1) Discourse on the life and character of Daniel Webster -- (2) The federal judiciary -- (3) Thanksgiving in war -- (4) The sovereignty of God, the sure and only stay of the Christian patriot in our national troubles -- (5) Healing and salvation for our country from God alone -- (6) Peace-makers -- (7) The peace we need and how to secure it -- (8) A reformed and revived Christianity, our country's greatest need -- (9) Address of the Board of Managers of the American Protestant Association -- (10) The scripture doctrine of rewards -- (11) The American union -- (12) Anniversary of the Merchants Fund -- (13) Suggestions to young men engaged in mercantile business -- (14) A word of friendly counsel to young men -- (15) The new doctrine of intervention, tried by the teachings of Washington)

26            The Intolerance of the Church of Rome. (1844)

27            The Low Value set upon Human Life in the United States: A Discourse Delivered on Thanksgiving-Day, November 24, 1853. (1853)

28            The New Doctrine of Intervention. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1852) (Subject: Kossuth, Lajos, 1802-1894.)

29            The New Doctrine of Intervention. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1852) (Subject: Kossuth, Lajos, 1802-1894.)

30            The Peace we need and How to Secure it: A Sermon Preached in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the National Day of Humiliation, June 1, 1865. (1865)

31            The Peacemakers: A Sermon Preached in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Sunday, April 9, 1865 appointed by the Governor of Pennsylvania as a day of Thanksgiving for the Recent Victories of the National Forces in Virginia. (1865)

32            The Prelatic Doctrine of the Apostolic Succession Examined: With a Delineation of the High-Church System. (1844)

33            The Scripture Doctrine of Original Sin Explained and Enforced: In Two Discourses. (1839)

34            The Sovereignty of God, the sure and only Stay of the Christian Patriot in our National Troubles. (1862)

35            Two Discourses on the Popular Objections to the Doctrine of Election. (1849)

36            Two Sermons Preached on the Twenty-fifth & Fortieth Anniversaries of the Author's Pastorate. (1873)

37            What Christianity Demands of us at the Present Crisis: A Sermon Preached on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 29, 1860. (1860)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Life and Letters of the Rev John Philip Boehm, Founder of the Reformed Church in Pennsylvania, 1683-1749. (1916) (Author: Boehm, John Philip, 1683-1749; Hinke, William John, 1871-1947, ed
Subject:
Reformed Church in the United States)

2               Minutes and Letters of the Coetus of the German Reformed Congregations in Pennsylvania, 1747-1792: Together with Three Preliminary Reports of Rev. John Philip Boehm, 1734-1744. (1903) (Author: Reformed Church in the United States; Good, James I. (James Isaac), 1850-1924; Hinke, William John, 1871-1947; Boehm, John Philip, 1683-1749)

3               The Early Fathers of the Reformed Church in the United States. (1897) (Author: Good, James Isaac, 1850-1924)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The South Vindicated from the Charge of Treason and Rebellion: Being the Substance of an Address before the Survivors’ Association of the Sixth Regiment, S.C.V., at their Reunion in Chester, South Carolina, on August 4, 1881. By William E. Boggs, Late Chaplain of the same. (1881)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               An Essay on the Divine Authority of the New Testament. (1804)

2               History of Dissenters, from the Revolution in 1688, to the Year 1808. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1808)

3               History of Dissenters, from the Revolution in 1688, to the Year 1808. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1809)

4               History of Dissenters, from the Revolution in 1688, to the Year 1808. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1810)

5               History of Dissenters, from the Revolution in 1688, to the Year 1808. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1812)

6               Sermons by Benjamin Grosvenor, D.D.: Now First Collected into a Volume by John Davies; with a Recommendatory Preface by David Bogue. (1808) (Author: Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758)

7               The Theological Lectures of Rev David Bogue, Never Before Published. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1849)

8               The Theological Lectures of Rev David Bogue, Never Before Published. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1849)

9               The Voice of God in the Churches. A Sermon on the Death of the Rev. George Cran, Augustus Desgranges, and Jonathan Brain, Missionaries in India from the London Missionary Society. Preached at Gosport, on March 17, 1811, by David Bogue. (1811)


1               A Commentary on the Book of Leviticus, Expository and Practical: With Critical Notes. (1851)

2               Christ and His Church in the Book of Psalms. (1859)

3               Fourteen Communion Sermons. (1876) (Author: Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892)

4               Letters of Samuel Rutherford. With a Sketch of his Life and Biographical Notices of his Correspondents, by the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1863) (Author: Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892)

5               Letters of Samuel Rutherford. With a Sketch of his Life and Biographical Notices of his Correspondents, by the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1863) (Author: Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892)

6               Letter to the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D.: On a Manifesto Issued by him on the Dods and Bruce Cases. (1890) (Author: Blaikie, William Garden, 1820-1899 Subject: Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892; Dods, Marcus, 1834-1909; Free Church of Scotland)

7               Memoir of the Life and Brief Ministry of David Sandeman, Missionary to China. (1862) (Author: Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892 Subject: Sandeman, David, 1826-1858)

8               Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews from the Church of Scotland in 1839. (1845) (Author: Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892; M'Cheyne, Robert Murray, 1813-1843, joint author Subject: Missions to Jews)

9               Quaint Sermons of Samuel Rutherford: Hitherto Unpublished. (1885) (Author: Rutherford, Samuel; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892)

10            Reminiscences of Andrew A. Bonar, D.D. (1895) (Author: Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892; Bonar, Marjory)

11            Reply to Letter of Professor Blaikie, D.D., LL.D., to Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D., on Statement Issued on the Dods and Bruce Cases. (1890) (Author: Howie, Robert Subject: Blaikie, William Garden, 1820-1899; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892; Dods, Marcus, 1834-1909; Free Church of Scotland)

12            The Brook Besor: Words to those who must tarry at Home. (1879)

13            The Life and Remains, Letters, Lectures, and Poems of the Rev. Robert Murray M’Cheyne. (1851) (Author: M'Cheyne, Robert Murray, 1813-1843; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892)

14            Uncle John Vassar: or, The Fight of Faith. (1879) (Author: Vassar, T. E. (Thomas Edwin), b. 1834; Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892; Gordon, A. J. (Adoniram Judson), 1836-1895 Subject: Vassar, John Ellison, 1813-1878; Evangelists)

15            Victory over Sin and What Gives Assurance. (186?)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Catechisms of the Scottish Reformation. (1866) (Calvin's Catechism--The Palatine Catechism--Craig's Catechism--Rudimenta Pietatis--Metrical Catechism--Davidson's Catechism--Adamson's Latin Metrical Catechism--Pont's Latin Metrical Catechism)

 

2               Christmas Chimes. (1878) (Author: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892; Bonar, Horatius, 1808-1889. [from old catalog])

 

3               Communion Hymns. (1881)

4               Days and Nights in the East: or, Illustrations of Bible Scenes. (1866)

5               Earth’s Morning: or, Thoughts on Genesis. (1875)

6               Family Sermons. (1862)

7               Follow the Lamb; or, Counsels to Converts. (1874)

8               God’s Way of Peace: A Book for the Anxious. (1870)

9               Historical Collections Relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the Gospel. Compiled by the Rev. John Gilles, D.D. Published Originally in 1754, and now Reprinted with a Preface and Continuation to the Present Time: by The Rev. Horatius Bonar, Kelso. (1845)

10            Horatius Bonar, D.D.: A Memorial. (1889)

11            How Shall I go to God? And Other Readings. (1881)

12            Hymns by Horatius Bonar, Selected and Arranged by his Son H. N. Bonar. With a Brief History of some of the Hymns, Five Facsimiles of Original Mss., and a Portrait. (1904)

13            Hymns of Faith and Hope. By Horatius Bonar, D.D. First Series. (1866)

14            Hymns of Faith and Hope. By Horatius Bonar, D.D. Second Series. (1878)

15            Hymns of Faith and Hope. By Horatius Bonar, D.D. Third Series. (1877)

16            Hymns of the Nativity, and Other Pieces. (1879)

17            Kelso Tracts. (1851)

18            Life of Reverend John Milne of Perth. (1870)

19            Light and Truth: or, Bible Thoughts and Themes. The Revelation. (1883)

20            Lyra Consolationis: or, Hymns for the Day of Sorrow and Weariness. Edited by Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1866)

21            Man, his Religion and his World. (1851)

22            My Old Letters. (1878)

23            Prophetical Landmarks; Containing data for helping to determine the Question of Christ’s Pre-Millennial Advent. (1847)

24            Redeem the Time. (185?)

25            Songs of the Dawn: Poems of Horatius Bonar, Charlotte Murray, and Others. (1887) (Author: Bonar, Horatius, 1808-1889; Murray, Charlotte, 1843-1907)

26            The Bible Hymn-Book. (Compiled by Horatius Bonar) (1860)

27            The Blood of the Cross. (1850)

28            The Desert of Sinai: Notes of a Spring-Journey from Cairo to Beersheba. (1857)

29            The Eternal Day. (1854)

30            The Everlasting Righteousness: or, How Shall a Man be Just with God? (1873)

31            The Gospel Contrasted with its Counterfeits. (1840)

32            The Grace, the Service, and the Kingdom. (1851)      

33            The Life and Work of the Rev. George Theophilus Dodds: Missionary in Connection With the McAll Mission, France. (1884)

34            The Morning of Joy: A Sequel to the Night of Weeping. (1854)

35            The Night of Weeping: Words for the Suffering Family of God. (1852)

36            The Song of the New Creation: And other Pieces. (1872)

37            The Story of Grace. (1853)

38            “Until the Day Break”: And other Hymns and Poems left Behind. (1890)

39            White Fields of France: or, The Story of Mr. M’All’s Mission to the Working-Men of Paris and Lyons. (1880)

40            Words of Peace and Welcome. (1860)

41            Words Old and New: or, Gems from the Christian Authorship of All Ages. (1866)

42            Words to the Winners of Souls. (1870)



Bonar, John (Church of Scotland) (1721-1761)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               An Analysis of the Moral and Religious Sentiments Contained in the Writings of Sopho, and David Hume, Esquire; Addressed to the Consideration of the Reverend and Honorable Members of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. (1755)

2               Observations on the Conduct and Character of Judas Iscariot: In a Letter to the Rev. Mr. J. P. (1751)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion, with Respect to Faith & Practice, upon the Plan of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1796)

2               An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion, with Respect to Faith & Practice, upon the Plan of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1796)

3               An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion, with Respect to Faith & Practice, upon the Plan of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1796)

4               Memoirs of the Life, Time, and Writings, of the Reverend and Learned Thomas Boston, A. M. Sometime Minister at Simprin, afterwards at Ettrick; Divided into Twelve Periods, Written by Himself, and Addressed to his Children; to which are Added some Original Papers, and Letters from the Author: New Edition with Introduction and Notes, by the Rev. George H. Morrison, M. A., Dundee (1899)

5               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 1 (1848) (I-II. An illustration of the doctrines of the Christian religion, with respect to faith and practice.)

6               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 2 (1848) (I-II. An illustration of the doctrines of the Christian religion, with respect to faith and practice.)

 7              The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 3 (1848) (III. Sermons ... and The crook in the lot.)

8               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 4 (1848) (IV. Sermons ... to which is appended The distinguishing characters of real Christians.)

9               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 5 (1848) (V. A soliloquy on the art of man-fishing; with Distinguishing characters of true believers; and View of this and the other world: together with sundry important sermons.)

10            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 6 (1849) (VI. Sermons and discourses.)

11            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 7 (1850) (VII. An explication of the Assembly's Shorter catechism. Marrow of modern divinity [by Edward Fisher] with notes [by Thomas Boston] and Christ's everlasting espousals.)

12            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 8 (1850) (VIII. Human nature in its fourfold state ... and A view of the covenant of grace from the sacred records.)

13            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 9 (1851) (IX. The posthumous works ... consisting of sixty-six sermons.)

14            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 10 (1851) (X. A series of sermons, also, The Christian life delineated.)

15            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 11 (1852) (XI. Discourses on prayer: View of the covenant of works ... A memorial concerning personal and family fasting and humiliation.)

16            The Whole Works of the Late Reverend Thomas Boston of Ettrick; Now First Collected and Reprinted without Abridgment. Including his Memoirs, Written by himself. Edited by the Rev. Samuel M’Millan. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 12 (1852) (XII. Memoirs of the life, times, and writings, of the Rev. Thomas Boston, written by himself. To which are added original papers and letters.)

17            Thomas Boston of Ettrick: His Life and Times. (1895) (Author: Thomson, Andrew, 1814-1901)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Message to Ministers: The Character and Duty of a Christian Preacher. Preached at Philadelphia before the Synod of New-York, on May 26, 1758. By David Bostwick, A.M. (1850)

2               Four Sermons on Christian Baptism: In which the Privilege of Believers, Under the Gospel Respecting the Mode and Subjects of Baptism is Established and Illustrated. (1791) (Author: Chapman, Jedidiah, 1741-1813; Bostwick, David, 1721-1763; Bradford, Ebenezer, 1746-1801; White, William, 1748-1836) (With copy 1 is bound: (1) A Fair and rational vindication of the rights of infants to the ordinance of baptism ... / David Bostwick (New York : Re-printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, 1765) -- (2) The Depravity of human nature illustrated ... / Ebenezer Bradford (Newburyport : Printed and sold by John Mycall, 1791) Also bound with copy 1: A Draught of the form of the government and discipline of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (New-York : Printed by S. and J. Loudon, 1787) -- A Sermon on the duty of civil obedience, as required in Scripture / Wm. White (Philadelphia : Printed by John Ormrod, 1799))


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Authentic Memoirs Concerning the Portuguese Inquisition, Never before Published: with Remarks on the Infamous Character given of the British Nation, by a Late Apologist of that Horrid Tribunal; Also, Reflections on Ancient and Modern Popery, and the Causes of its Present Alarming Progress in this Kingdom; To which are added, Several Striking Facts relating to the Portuguese Jesuits, and the Conduct of the Court of Rome; with a Recent instance of the Execrable Practices of their Brethren in England, wherein is shown the Tendency of Jesuitism to promote Universal  Corruption of Manners: In a Series of Letters to a Friend. (1761)

2               History of the Popes, from the Foundation of the See of Rome to 1758; with an Introduction and a Continuation to the Present Time, by Samuel Hanson Cox, D. D. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1845) (Author: Bower, Archibald, 1686-1766; Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel Hanson), 1793-1880)

3               History of the Popes, from the Foundation of the See of Rome to 1758; with an Introduction and a Continuation to the Present Time, by Samuel Hanson Cox, D. D. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1845) (Author: Bower, Archibald, 1686-1766; Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel Hanson), 1793-1880)

4               History of the Popes, from the Foundation of the See of Rome to 1758; with an Introduction and a Continuation to the Present Time, by Samuel Hanson Cox, D. D. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1845) (Author: Bower, Archibald, 1686-1766; Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel Hanson), 1793-1880)

5               Mr. Bower's Answer to a Scurrilous Pamphlet Entitled “Six Letters from A. B. to Father Sheldon, of the Jesuits in England, Etc.” Volume 1 (1757)

6               Mr. Bower's Answer to a Scurrilous Pamphlet Entitled “Six Letters from A. B. to Father Sheldon, of the Jesuits in England, Etc.” Volume 2 (1757)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Star in the West: or, A Humble Attempt to Discover the Long Lost Ten Tribes of Israel, Preparatory to their Return to their Beloved City, Jerusalem. (1816) (Author: Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821 Subject: Indians; Lost tribes of Israel)

2               Journal or Historical Recollections of American Events during the Revolutionary War. (1894)

3               Life of the Rev. William Tennent, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Freehold, N. J. (1833) (Subject: Tennent, William, 1705-1777)

4               The Age of Revelation: or, The Age of Reason Shown to be an Age of Infidelity. (1801)

5               The Life, Public Services, Addresses and Letters of Elias Boudinot, LL. D., President of the Continental Congress. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1896) (Author: Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821; Boudinot, J.J. (Jane J.) Subject: Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821; United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783 Personal narratives; United States -- History Constitutional period, 1789-1809)

6               The Life, Public Services, Addresses and Letters of Elias Boudinot, LL. D., President of the Continental Congress. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1896) (Author: Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821; Boudinot, J.J. (Jane J.) Subject: Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821; United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783 Personal narratives; United States -- History Constitutional period, 1789-1809)

7               The Second Advent or Coming of the Messiah in Glory, Shown to be a Scriptural Doctrine, and Taught by Divine Revelation, from the World's Beginning. (1815)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Daily Meditations. (1865)

2               Verily, Verily: The Amens of Christ (1879)



Boyd, James Robert (Presbyterian) (1804-1890)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Child's Book on the Westminster Shorter Catechism forming an Easy Introduction and help for Understanding that Work, and Committing it to Memory. (1855)

2               Daily Communion with God: On the plan Recommended by Rev. Matthew Henry, V. D. M. for Beginning, Spending, and Concluding each Day with God. (1873)

3               Eclectic Moral Philosophy: Prepared for Literary Institutions and General Use. (1846)

4               Elements of English Composition, Grammatical, Rhetorical, Logical, and Practical. (1860)

5               Elements of Logic: On the Basis of Lectures by William Baron, F.R.S.E. Professor of Belles-Lettres and Logic in the University of St. Andrews. (1856)

6               Elements of Rhetoric and Literary Criticism, with Copious Practical Exercises and Examples, for the use of Common Schools and Academies. (1858)

7               Memoir of the Life, Character, and Writings of Philip Doddridge, D.D., with a Selection from his Correspondence. (1860) (Author: Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751; American Tract Society; Boyd, James R. (James Robert), 1804-1890)

8               Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality by Edward Young: With a Memoir of the Author, A Critical view of his Writings, and Explanatory Notes. (1856)

9               Second Adventism in the Light of Jewish History. (1872) (Author: T. M. Hopkins, James R. Boyd)

10            The Being of God; Moral Government and Theses in Theology. (1868) (Author: Squier, Miles P. (Miles Powell), 1792-1866; Boyd, James R. (James Robert), 1804-1890, ed)

11            The Communion Table: The Approach, the Service, the Retrospect. (1866)

12            The Course of Time. (1871) (Author: Robert Pollok, James Robert Boyd)

13            The Miscellaneous Writings of Miles Powell Squire, D.D. Late Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Beloit College, Wisconsin. (1867) (Author: Squier, Miles P. (Miles Powell), 1792-1866; Boyd, James R. (James Robert), 1804-1890, ed)

14            The Seasons: With Critical Observations of Various Authors on his Genius and Character; and Notes, Explanatory and Critical. (1856) (Author: James Thomson, James Robert Boyd)

15            The Westminster Shorter Catechism: With Analysis, Scriptural Proofs, Explanatory and Practical Inferences, and Illustrative Anecdotes. (1856) (Author: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Boyd, James R. (James Robert), 1804-1890)



Boyd, Mary D. R. (Presbyterian) (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Country Sights and Sounds for Little Eyes and Ears. (1864)

2               Grace Ashleigh’s Life-Work. (1880)

3               Seventy Times Seven or The Law of Kindness: Illustrating the Fifth Petition of the Lord's Prayer, “Forgive us our Debts, as we Forgive our Debtors.” (1857)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Reverend Thomas Bradbury: Who Departed this Life Sept. 9, 1759 in the 82nd Year of his Age? (1759) (Author: Hall, Thomas, 1687-1762)

2               An Answer to the Reproaches Cast on those Dissenting Ministers who Subscribed their Belief of the Eternal Trinity, In a Letter to John Barrington Shute, Esq. (1719)

3               Joy in Heaven, and Justice on Earth. In Two Sermons on the Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 9, 1746, and Nov. 5, 1746. (1747)

4               Remarks on a Paper, Entitled, 'A Letter to Protestant Dissenters, Concerning their Conduct in the Ensuing Elections. (1732)

5               Sermons. Volume 1 (1762)

6               The Ass or the Serpent: A Comparison between the Tribes of Issachar and Dan, in their Regard for Civil Liberty: Nov. 5, 1712. (1768)

7               The Duty and Doctrine of Baptism in Thirteen Sermons. (1749)

8               The Mystery of Godliness Considered in Sixty-One Sermons: Wherein the Deity of Christ is Proved upon no other Evidence than the Word of God, and with no other View than for the Salvation of Men. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1726)

9               The Mystery of Godliness Considered in Sixty-One Sermons: Wherein the Deity of Christ is Proved upon no other Evidence than the Word of God, and with no other View than for the Salvation of Men. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1726)

10            The Necessity of Contending for Revealed Religion, with a Sermon Preached on, Nov. 5, 1719. To which is Prefixed, a Letter from the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D., on the Late Disputes About the Ever Blessed Trinity. (1720)

11            The Succession of Solomon to the Throne of David, Considered in a Sermon on the Occasion of the Sudden Death of King George I, June 8, 1727. (1727)

12            The True Happiness of a Good Government, Explained in a Sermon Preached on Nov. 5, 1714. (1714)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               An Account of the Life of Mr. David Brainerd, Missionary from the Society for Propagating  Christian Knowledge, Etc, Pastor of a Church of Christian Indians in New-Jersey. Published, by Jonathan Edwards, A.M. With Mr. Brainerd’s Public Journal. To this Edition is Added; Mr. Beatty’s Mission to the Westward of the Allegheny Mountains. (1798) (Author: Brainerd, David, 1718-1747; Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758; Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1705-1777)

2               An Account of the Life of the Late Rev. Mr. David Brainerd, Minister of the Gospel, Missionary to the Indians, from the Honorable Society in Scotland, for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, and Pastor of a Church of Christian Indians in New-Jersey. Who Died at Northampton in New-England, October 9, 1747, in the Thirtieth Year of his Age: Chiefly taken from his own Diary, and other Private Writings, Written for his own use. By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Late President of the College of New Jersey. To which are added Extracts from Mr. Brainerd’s Journal, Comprising the most Material things in that Publication. (1793) (Author: Brainerd, David, 1718-1747; Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758; Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830)

3               Great Missionaries: A Series of Biographies. (1870) (Author: Thomson, Andrew, 1814-1901) (Introduction--I. America: John Eliot; David Brainerd--II. Greenland: Christian David--III. South seas: John Williams--IV. South Africa: John Theodore Vanderkemp; John Campbell--V. Asia. Kurdistan: Asahel Grant. India: Bartholomew Ziegenbalg; Christian Frederick Swarz; William Carey; Henry Martyn. Burmah: Adoniram Judson--Conclusion)



Brainerd, John (Presbyterian – Missionary to the Native American Indians) (1720-1781)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Journal of the Rev John Brainerd from January, 1761 to October, 1762: A Reprint. (1941) ("This reprint from Professor [George] Macloskie's published edition, including his own introduction, was made from an original copy of the 1880 edition.")

2               The Life of John Brainerd, the Brother of David Brainerd, and his Successor as Missionary to the Indians of New-Jersey. By Rev. Thomas Brainerd, D.D. Pastor of “Old Pine Street Church,” Philadelphia. (1865) (Author: Brainerd, Thomas, 1804-1866)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Christian’s Reasonable Service; in which Divine Truths concerning the Covenant of Grace are Expounded, Defended against Opposing Parties, and their Practice Advocated as well as the Administration of this Covenant in the Old and New Testaments. By Wilhelmus à Brakel, Th. F., Minister of the Gospel in Rotterdam. Translated by Bartel Elshout, Edited by Joel R. Beeke. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1999) (God, Man, and Christ.)

 

2               The Christian’s Reasonable Service; in which Divine Truths concerning the Covenant of Grace are Expounded, Defended against Opposing Parties, and their Practice Advocated as well as the Administration of this Covenant in the Old and New Testaments. By Wilhelmus à Brakel, Th. F., Minister of the Gospel in Rotterdam. Translated by Bartel Elshout, Edited by Joel R. Beeke. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1999) (The Church and Salvation.)

 

3               The Christian’s Reasonable Service; in which Divine Truths concerning the Covenant of Grace are Expounded, Defended against Opposing Parties, and their Practice Advocated as well as the Administration of this Covenant in the Old and New Testaments. By Wilhelmus à Brakel, Th. F., Minister of the Gospel in Rotterdam. Translated by Bartel Elshout, Edited by Joel R. Beeke. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1999) (The Law, Christian Graces, and the Lord’s Prayer.)

 

4               The Christian’s Reasonable Service; in which Divine Truths concerning the Covenant of Grace are Expounded, Defended against Opposing Parties, and their Practice Advocated as well as the Administration of this Covenant in the Old and New Testaments. By Wilhelmus à Brakel, Th. F., Minister of the Gospel in Rotterdam. Translated by Bartel Elshout, Edited by Joel R. Beeke. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1999) (Ethics and Eschatology.)



Breckinridge, John (Presbyterian) (1797-1841)

Reformed Beliefs B

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

 

2               An Address, Delivered July 15, 1835, Before the Eucleian and Philomathean Societies of the University of the City of New York. (1836)

3               Christian Weapons not Carnal but Spiritual: A Sermon, delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, in the City of Baltimore, on October 13, 1826, at the Installation of the Rev. John Breckinridge, as Colleague with the Rev. John Glendy, D.D. in the Pastoral Charge of the said Church. (1826) (Subject: Breckinridge, John, 1797-1841)

4               Controversy between the Rev. John Hughes, of the Roman Catholic Church, and the Rev. John Breckinridge, of the Presbyterian Church: Relative to the Existing Differences in the Roman Catholic and the Protestant Religions. (1833)

5               Introductory Address. (1832)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Discourse on the Formation and Development of the American Mind. Delivered Before the Literary Societies of Lafayette College, at Easton, Pa., on Sept. 20, 1837. And now Published at their Request. (1837)

2               A Plea for the Restoration of the Scriptures to the Schools: Being the Substance of An Address delivered at the Twenty-Third Anniversary of the American Bible Society, in the City of New York, on May 8, 1839. (1839)

3               A Vindication of Secession and the South from the Strictures of Rev. R. J. Breckinridge, D.D., LL.D., in the Danville Quarterly Review. By B. M. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans, LA. From the Southern Presbyterian Review for April, 1861. (1861) (Author: Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902)

4               Address to the Graduates of the Kentucky School of Medicine, Session 1853-4. (1854)

5               Discourse of Dr. Breckinridge, delivered on the Day of National Humiliation, January 4, 1861, at Lexington, Kentucky. (1861)

6               Discussion on American Slavery, between George Thompson, Esq., Agent of the British and Foreign Society for the Abolition of Slavery throughout the World, and Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, Delegate from the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States to the Congregational Union of England and Wales: Held in the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw’s Chapel, Glasgow, Scotland; On the evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, & 17th of June 1836, with an Appendix. (1836) (Author: Thompson, George, 1804-1878; Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871)

7               Hints on Slavery. (1843) (Author: Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871
Subject:
Wickliffe, Robert, 1775-1859.)

8               Memoranda of Foreign Travel: Containing notices of a Pilgrimage through some of the Principal States of Western Europe. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1845)

9               Memoranda of Foreign Travel: Containing notices of a Pilgrimage through some of the Principal States of Western Europe. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1845)

10            Our Country: Its Peril and Its Deliverance. From Advance Sheets of the Danville Quarterly Review, for March, 1861: And, State of the Country, from the Danville Quarterly Review, for June, 1861: Together with Discourse of Dr. R. J. Breckinridge, Delivered on the Day of National Humiliation, January 4, 1861, at Lexington, Kentucky. (1861)

11            Papism in the Nineteenth Century in the United States: Being, select contributions to the Papal Controversy, during 1835-1840 (1841)

12            Report of the Ceremonies on the Fourth of July, 1857, at the laying of the Corner Stone of a National Monument, to be erected near Lexington Kentucky, in the Memory of Henry Clay: Together with the Oration delivered on the Occasion by the Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D., LL.D. (1857) (Author: Clay Monument Association; Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871 Subject: Clay, Henry, 1777-1852)

13            Review of Dr. Robert J. Breckinridge's letters, on the rights of Ruling Elders: From the Princeton Review, April, 1844. (1844) (Author: Dod, Albert Baldwin; Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871)

14            Speech of Robert Wickliffe, in Reply to the Rev. R. J. Breckinridge: Delivered in the Court House, in Lexington, on Monday, Nov, 9, 1840. (1840) (Author: Wickliffe, Robert, 1775-1859 Subject: Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871; Slavery) (With: 1. The curse of Canaan rightly interpreted--2. The rights of the pulpit, and Perils of freedom--3. Maryland slavery and Maryland chivalry--4. Speech of James M'Dowell, Jr. ... on the slave question--5. Expostulatory letter to George Washington--6. What miscegenation is!--7. Slavery, in its present aspects and relations--8. Letter to John L. Carey, on the subject of slavery--9. The true doctrine of state rights--11. Via media: a peaceful and permanent settlement of the slavery question)

15            The Civil War: Its Nature and End. (1861)

16            The Knowledge of God: Objectively Considered, being the 1st part of Theology considered as a Science of positive truth both Inductive and Deductive. (1869)

17            The Knowledge of God: Subjectively Considered, being the 2nd part of Theology considered as a Science of positive truth both Inductive and Deductive. (1869)

18            The Second Defense of Robert J. Breckinridge, against the Calumnies of Robert Wickliffe: Being a Reply to his Printed Speech of November 9, 1840. (1841) (Subject: Wickliffe, Robert, 1775-1859)

19            The Secret Counsels of the Society of Jesus, in Latin and English. The Latin being the text used in former editions: The English, a new and more Literal Version. (1835)

20            The Third Defense of Robert J. Breckinridge, against the Calumnies of Robert Wickliffe. In Which it is Proved by Public Records, by the Testimony of Unimpeachable Witnesses, and by the Declarations and Oaths of the said Wickliffe, that his Accusations are, within his own Knowledge, Destitute of Truth. (1843)

21            Two Speeches of Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D., LL. D., On the State of the Country. I. At the Opera House, Cincinnati, on Tuesday Evening, May 20, 1862, by Invitation of many leading Citizens of that City. II. During a Debate in the Presbyterian General Assembly, at Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday, May 22, 1862. (1862)



Breed, William Pratt (Presbyterian) (1816-1889)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Aboard and Abroad in Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Four. (1885)

2               Anthropos. (1865) (Subject: Theological anthropology; Religion and science)

3               Christ Liveth in Me. (1871)

4               Faith and Patience. A Sermon for the Times. (1863)

5               Hand-Book for Funerals. (1871)

6               In Memory of the Life and Ministry of the Rev. William Pratt Breed, D. D., late Pastor of the West Spruce Street Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (1890)

7               Jenny Geddes: or, Presbyterianism and its great Conflict with Despotism. (1869) (Subject: Church and state -- Presbyterian Church; Scotland -- Church history)

8               Man Responsible for his Belief. (1860)

9               Missionary Enterprises in the South-Sea Islands. (1888) (Author: Williams, John, 1796-1839; Breed, William P. (William Pratt), 1816-1889)

10            Presbyterianism Three Hundred Years Ago. (1872)

11            Presbyterians and the Revolution. (1876)

12            The Lights which God hath shewed us. A Thanksgiving Discourse, Delivered Nov. 28, 1861. (1861)

13            The National Nest Stirring: A Discourse on the Times, Delivered in the West Spruce Street Presbyterian Church, Sabbath Morning, May 5, 1861. (1861)

14            West Spruce Street Presbyterian Church, of Philadelphia, 1856-1881: Quarter Century Anniversary of the Organization of the Church and Pastorate of Rev. William Pratt Breed, D.D., the First and only Pastor, April 3rd and 4th, 1881. (1881) (Author: Green, William Henry, 1825-1900; Breed, William P. (William Pratt), 1816-1889)

15            Witherspoon: Proceedings and Addresses at the laying of the Corner-Stone and at the Unveiling of the Statue of John Witherspoon, in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. (1877) (Subject: Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Historical Collections of South Carolina, Embracing Rare Pamphlets, and Other Documents, From its Discovery to its Independence in 1776. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1836)

2               Historical Collections of South Carolina, Embracing Rare Pamphlets, and Other Documents, From its Discovery to its Independence in 1776. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1836)

3               Liberty and Loyalty: or, A Defense and Explication of Subjection to the Present Government upon the Principles of the Revolution. (1746)

4               Paedo-Baptism: or, A Defense of Infant-Baptism, in Point of Antiquity Against the Exceptions of Dr. John Gill, and Others. (1753) (Author: Brekell, John, 1697-1769; Gill, John, 1697-1771; Brekell, John, 1697-1769. Paedo-baptism defended : or the antiquity of infant-baptism further maintained; Brekell, John, 1697-1769. Paedo-baptism : the second part ..) (With copy 1 is bound Brekell's: Paedo-baptism defended : or the antiquity of infant-baptism further maintained (London : Printed for J. Waugh, 1754) and his Paedo-baptism : the second part ...)

5               Paedo-Baptism, the Second Part: or, A Defense of the Authority of Infant Baptism in Answer to the Common Objections against It. (1755)

6               The Grounds and Principles of the Christian Revelation: Illustrated in a Series of Discourses on Several Subjects. (1765)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Samuel and Saul at Endor: or, The New Ways of Salvation and Service. (1674)

2               The Christian Sacrament and Sacrifice by way of Discourse, Meditation, and Prayer, upon the Nature, Parts and Blessings of Holy Communion. Missale Romanum: or, Depth and Mystery of Roman Mass: Laid open and Explained, for the use of both Reformed and Unreformed Christians. (1847)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Review of Professor Brigg's Inaugural Address. (1891)

2               Address by Rev. Charles A. Briggs, D. D. - on Occasion of his Inauguration as Davenport Professor of Hebrew & the Cognate Languages in the Union Theological Seminary, New York City. (1876)

3               An Answer to Dr. Brigg's Shortest Catechism by B. B. Warfield (1891)

4               The Case against Professor Briggs. Volume 1 Part 3 (1892)

5               The Case against Professor Briggs. Volume 1 Part 4 (1892)

6               The Case against Professor Briggs. Volume 1 Part 5 (1892)

7               The Defense of Professor Briggs before the General Assembly: The Case against Professor Briggs, Part 3. (1893)

8               The Main Issue: A Straight Question to Professor Briggs. (1890)

9               Whither? A Theological Question for the Times. (1889)

10            Whither? O Whither?: Tell me Where. (1889) (Author: McCosh, James, 1811-1894)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Ludus Literarius or the Grammar School. (1917)

2               The Gospel-Marrow, The Great God Giving Himself for the Sins of Man. (1659)

3               The One and Only Mediator betwixt God and Man…The Man Christ Jesus …Two Treatises. (1651) (Notes: Each treatise has special added t.-p.: the first, Mesites: or, The one and only mediator betwixt God and men, the man Christ Jesus ... the second, Mystical implantation: or, The great gospel mystery of the Christian's union, and communion with, and conformity to Jesus Christ ...)

4               The Sacred and Sovereign Church Remedy or the Primitive and Apostolic Way of Composing Ecclesiastical Differences, and Establishing the Churches of Christ. (1645)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Memorial of the Rev. Jacob Brodhead, on Friday, June 8, 1855, by G. W. Bethune. (1855)

2               A Plea for the Poor. A Sermon Delivered in the Independent Tabernacle, in Philadelphia, on Sunday Evening, Dec. 18, 1814. For the Benefit of the Female Hospitable Society of Philadelphia. (1815)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 1 (1856) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 1-2, Holland documents.)

2               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 2 (1858) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 1-2, Holland documents.)

3               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 3 (1853) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 3-8, London documents.)

4               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 4 (1854) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 3-8, London documents.)

5               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 5 (1855) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 3-8, London documents.)

6               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 6 (1855) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 3-8, London documents.)

7               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 7 (1856) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 3-8, London documents.)

8               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 8 (1857) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 3-8, London documents.)

9               Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 9 (1855) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 9-10, Paris documents.)

10            Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 10 (1858) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 9-10, Paris documents.)

11            Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 11 (1861) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 11, General index to the documents; [v.1-10] Prepared by E.B. O'Callaghan.)

12            Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 12 (1877) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 12, Documents relating to the history of the Dutch and Swedish settlements on the Delaware River.)

13            Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 13 (1881) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 13, Documents relating to the history and settlements of the towns along the Hudson and Mohawk rivers (with the exception of Albany), from 1630 to 1684.)

14            Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 14 (1883) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 14, Documents relating to the history of the early colonial settlements principally on Long Island.)

15            Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York - Procured in Holland, England, and France. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 15 (1887) (Author: New York (state), University of; Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873; Fernow, Berthold, 1837-1908; O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880) (v. 15, New York State archives. New York in the revolution: prepared under the direction of the Board of regents, by Berthold Fernow.)

16            Oration on the Conquest of New Netherland, Delivered before the New York Historical Society, on Wednesday the Twelfth of October, 1864. (1864)

17            The Final Report of John Romeyn Brodhead, Agent of the State of New York, to Procure and Transcribe Documents in Europe, Relative to the Colonial History of said State. Made to the Governor, February 12, 1845. (1845)

18            The History of the State of New York. Volume 1 (1492 [but Chiefly 1609] - 1664) (1874) (Google)

19            The History of the State of New York. Volume 1 (1492 [but Chiefly 1609] - 1664) (1874)

20            The History of the State of New York. Volume 2 (1664 - 1691) (1871) (Google)

21            The History of the State of New York. Volume 2 (1664 - 1691) (1871)



Brodie, Alexander (1617-1680)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Lord Brodie - His Life and Times, 1617-1680 - With Continuation to the Revolution (1904) (Author: Bain, George, F.S.A., Scotland)

2               The Diary of Alexander Brodie (1652-1680) - One of the Senators of the College of Justice in 1650 and 1658, and of His Son James Brodie (1680-1685). (1863)



Brown, Allen Henry (Presbyterian) (1820-1907)

Reformed Beliefs B

  1               A Pioneer of Southern New Jersey: A Tribute to the Rev. Allen H Brown by the Presbytery of West Jersey, Commemorating his Eightieth Birthday and Fifty-Four Years of Service, Including his Autobiography, Historical Papers, and a few Sermons. (1901)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               History and Directory of the First Presbyterian Church, Corner of Alder and Tenth Streets, Portland , Oregon. Rev. Arthur J Brown, Pastor, April, 1889. (1889)

2               New Forces in Old China; an Unwelcome but Inevitable Awakening. (1904)

3               Report of a Visitation of the China Missions. (1902)

4               Report of a Visitation of the Philippine Mission: Of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. (1902)

5               Report of a Visitation of the Siam and Laos Missions: Of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. (1902)

6               Rising Churches in Non-Christian Lands: Lectures Delivered on the College of Missions Lectureship, Indianapolis; the Severance Lectureship, Western Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh. (1915)

7               The Chinese Revolution. (1912)

8               The Foreign Missionary: An Incarnation of a World Movement. (1907)

9               The Lien-Chow Martyrdom: The Cross is Still Upheld at Lien-Chou. (1906)

10            The Mastery of the Far East: The Story of Korea’s Transformation and Japan’s Rise to Supremacy in the Orient. (1921)

11            The Nearer and Farther East; Outline Studies of Moslem Lands and of Siam, Burma, and Korea. (1908) (Author: Zwemer, Samuel Marinus, 1867-1952; Brown, Arthur Judson, 1856-1963)

12            The New Era in the Philippines. (1903)

13            The Why and How of Foreign Missions (1921)

14            Unity and Missions; can a Divided Church Save the World? (1915)



Brown, Charles (Presbyterian) (1805-1896)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               In Memoriam, Rev. Charles Brown, Mrs. Eliza A. Brown. (1896) (Subject: Brown, Charles, 1805-1896; Brown, Elizabeth A. Hardcastle, 1808-1896)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1878) (Old Testament (Genesis-Esther : R. Jamieson. Job-Malachi : A.R. Fausset)) (Author: Jamieson, Robert, 1802-1880; Fausset, A. R. (Andrew Robert), 1821-1910; Brown, David, 1803-1897; Starling, Thomas; Brown, John, 1722-1787)

2               A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1878) (New Testament (Matthew-Romans : D. Brown. 1 Corinthians-Revelation : A.R. Fausset)) (Author: Jamieson, Robert, 1802-1880; Fausset, A. R. (Andrew Robert), 1821-1910; Brown, David, 1803-1897; Starling, Thomas; Brown, John, 1722-1787)

3               A Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical on the Old and New Testaments. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1866) (Joshua-Esther, by Robert Jamieson.)

4               A Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical on the Old and New Testaments. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1866) (Job-Isaiah, by A. R. Fausset.)

5               A Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical on the Old and New Testaments. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1866) (Jeremiah-Malachi, by A. R. Fausset.)

6               A Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical on the Old and New Testaments. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1866) (Matthew-John, by David Brown.)

7               Christ's second coming: Will it be Pre-Millennial? (1867)

8               Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans: Embracing the Latest Results of Criticism. (1863)

9               David Brown D. D., L. L. D., Professor and Principal of the Free Church College, Aberdeen: A Memoir. (1898) (Author: Blaikie, William Garden, 1820-1899)

10            Life of the Late John Duncan, Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Languages, New College, Edinburgh. (1872)

11            The Apocalypse: Its Structure and Primary Predictions. (1891)

12            The Restoration of the Jews :The History, Principles, and Bearings of the Question. (1861)



Brown, James Moore (Presbyterian) (1799-1862)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               The Captives of Abb's Valley: A Legend of Frontier Life. (1854) (Author: Brown, James Moore, 1799-1862 Subject: Brown, Mary Moore, d. 1824; Indian captivities; Frontier and pioneer life -- Virginia; Abb's Valley, Va.)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Address to Students of Divinity. (1850)

2               An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Galatians. (1853)

3               An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1862)

4               An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1862)

5               Analytical Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans. (1857)

6               Christian Pastor's Manual: A Selection of Tracts on the Duties, Difficulties, and Encouragements of the Christian Ministry. (1837)

7               Discourses and Sayings of Our Lord Jesus Christ: Illustrated in a Series of Expositions. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1854)

8               Discourses and Sayings of Our Lord Jesus Christ: Illustrated in a Series of Expositions. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1854)

9               Discourses Suited to the Administration of the Lord's Supper. (1853)

10            Expository Discourses on the First Epistle of the Apostle Peter. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1866)

11            Expository Discourses on the First Epistle of the Apostle Peter. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1866)

12            Expository Discourses on the First Epistle of the Apostle Peter. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1866)

13            Parting Counsels: An Exposition of the First Chapter of the Second Epistle of the Apostle Peter, with Four Additional Discourses. (1856)

14            Philological Tracts, John Brown Editor. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1833)

15            Philological Tracts, John Brown Editor. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1833)

16            Review of Dr. Brown on the Law of Christ Respecting Civil Obedience: Especially in the Payment of Tribute; With an Appendix. (1838) (Author: Carson, Alexander, 1776-1844)

17            The Law of Christ Respecting Civil Obedience: Especially in the Paying of Tribute, to which is added Two Addresses on the Voluntary Church Controversy. (1839)

18            Theological Tracts, Selected and Original. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1853)

19            Theological Tracts, Selected and Original. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1853)

20            Theological Tracts, Selected and Original. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1853)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Compendious History of the British Churches in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America: With an Introductory Sketch of the History of the Waldenses, to which is added, a Historical Account of the Secession. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1820)

2               A Compendious History of the British Churches in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America: With an Introductory Sketch of the History of the Waldenses, to which is added, a Historical Account of the Secession. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1820)

3               A Compendious View of Natural and Revealed Religion. In Seven Books in One Volume. (1819)

4               A Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. (1832)

5               A Short Catechism for Young Children. (microfilm) (1865)

6               An Essay towards an Easy, Plain, Practical, and Extensive Explication of the Assembly’s Shorter Catechism. (1812) (Author: Brown, John, 1722-1787; Brown, Ebenezer, 1758-1836)

7               John Brown of Haddington by Robert Mackenzie M. A. (1918)

8               Memoir and Select Remains of the Rev. John Brown, Minister of the Gospel, Haddington. Edited by the Rev. William Brown, M.D. (1856)

9               Select Remains of the Rev. John Brown, Late Minister of the Gospel at Haddington; Who Died June 19, 1787. Containing, I. Memoirs of his Life; II. Letters to his Friends: III. Religious Tracts: IV. Advices to his Children; V. An Account of some of his Dying Sayings; and VI. Dying Advices to his Congregation. To which is added, Address to Students of Divinity. (1810)

10            The Absurdity and Perfidy of All Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy, Blasphemy, Idolatry, and Popery in Britain: in Two Letters to a Friend, in which the Doctrine of the Westminster Confession of Faith Relative to Toleration of a False Religion, and the Power of the Civil Magistrate about Sacred Matters; and the Nature, Origin, Ends, and Obligation of the National Covenant and Solemn League are Candidly Represented and Defended. (1780)

11            The Psalms of David in Meter. (1812)

12            The Young Preacher’s Manual: or, A Collection of Treatises on Preaching; Comprising Brown’s Address to Students in Divinity; Fenelon’s Dialogues on the Eloquence of the Pulpit; Claude’s Essay on the Composition of a Sermon, Abridged; Gregory on the Composition and Delivery of a Sermon; and Reybaz on the Art of Preaching; With a List of Books. (1819) (Author: Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834, comp; Brown, John, 1722-1787; Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715; Claude, Jean, 1619-1687; Gregory, G. (George), 1754-1808; Reybaz, Étienne Salomon, 1737-1804)



Brown, John of Wamphray (Presbyterian) (1610-1679)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Pious and Elaborate Treatise Concerning Prayer, and the Answer of Prayer. (1745)

2               A Sketch of the Life of the Rev. John Brown, sometime Minister of the Gospel in Wamphray; Containing many of his Interesting Letters Hitherto Unpublished, with Illustrative Notes, and a Historical Appendix; Exhibiting a Full View of the Times and Sufferings of the Covenanters. By the Rev. Thomas Lockerby, Minister of Cadder. (1839)

3               An Apologetical Relation of the Particular Sufferings of the Faithful Ministers and Professors of the Church of Scotland, Since August 1660: Wherein Several Questions, Useful for the Time are Discussed; The King’s Prerogative over Parliaments and People Soberly Inquired into; The Lawfulness of Defensive War Cleared; The Supreme Magistrate’s Power in Church Matters Examined; Mr. Stillingfleet’s Notion Concerning the Divine Right or Forms of Church Government Considered; The Author of ‘The Seasonable Case’ Answered; Other Particulars, Such as the Hearing of the Curates Appearing Before the High Commission Court, Etc., Canvassed. Together with The Rise, Reign, and Ruin of the Former Prelates in Scotland: Being a Brief Account, from History, of the Government of the Church of Scotland from the Beginning, and of the Many Troubles which Prelates have Created to Her, First and Last. For the Satisfaction of Strangers, and Encouragement of Present Sufferers. (1845)

4               An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans. With Large Practical Observations Delivered in Several Lectures. (1766)

5               Christ the Way, the Truth, and the Life or a Short Discourse Pointing forth the way of Making use of Christ for Justification and Especially and More Particularly, for Sanctification in All its Parts, from John 14:6. Wherein several Cases of Conscience are Briefly Answered, Chiefly Touching Sanctification. (microfilm) (1678)

6               Faithful Witness-Bearing Exemplified: A Collection; to which is Prefixed a Preface Concerning Association, Toleration, and what is now called Liberty of Conscience. (1783) (Author: Howie, John, 1735-1793, ed; Binning, Hugh, 1627-1653. Useful case of conscience; Brown, John, 1610?-1679. History of the indulgence) (from t. p.) I. A useful case of conscience : concerning association with idolaters, infidels, heretics, malignants. &c. / by Hugh Binning -- II. A solemn testimony against toleration, and the prevailing errors, heresies, &c. / by the Commissioners of the General Assembly and by sundry ministers in the provinces of Perth and Fife -- III. The history of the indulgence / by John Brown, sometime minister of the Gospel at Wamphray)



Brown, John of Whitburn (1754-1832)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Gospel Truth Accurately Stated and Illustrated, by the Reverend Messrs. James Hog, Thomas Boston, Ebenezer Erskine, Ralph Erskine, and others; Occasioned by the Republication of 'The Marrow of Modern Divinity'; Collected by John Brown, Minister of the Gospel, Whitburn. (1831) (Author: Brown, John, 1754-1832; Boston, Thomas, 1677-1732; Erskine, Ebenezer, 1680-1754; Erskine, Ralph, 1685-1752; Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. Marrow of modern divinity)

2               Letters on Sanctification; with a Memoir of his Life and Character by the Rev. David Smith. (1834)



Brown, Joseph (Presbyterian) (1837-1918)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sabbath-school Missions in Wisconsin; A Record of Fifteen Years of Sabbath-school Mission work done in Wisconsin, in which the needs and Triumphs of the Work are made known. (1904)



Brown, Mary Crawford (Presbyterian) (1867-1918)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Mary Crawford Brown: A Memoir. (1920) (Author: Strahan, James, 1863-1926 Subject: Brown, Mary Crawford, 1867-1918; Presbyterian Church in Ireland)



Brown, Tarleton (1757-1845)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Memoirs of Tarleton Brown: A Captain of the Revolutionary Army. (1862) (Author: Brown, Tarleton, 1757-1845; Bushnell, Charles I. (Charles Ira), 1826-1883)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Brief Statement and Declaration of the Genuine Principles of Seducers, Respecting Civil Government, the Duty of Subjects, and National Reformation, and a Vindication of their Conduct in Reference to some late plans and Societies for Political Reform, and the Public Dissentions of the Time: Proposed and Read in a Meeting of the General Associate Synod in Scotland: With an Appendix, Containing an Account of the Synod’s Procedure on this Business. (1799)

2               A Critical Account of the Life, Character, and Discourses of Mr. Alexander More. (1813) (Subject: More, Alexander, 1616-1670; Reformed Church in France)

3               Free Thoughts on the Toleration of Popery, by Calvinus Minor. (1780) (Author: Archibald Bruce)



Bruce, Robert (Presbyterian) (1554-1631)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sermons by the Rev. Robert Bruce, Minister of Edinburgh. Reprinted from the Original Edition of 1590 and 1591. With Collections for his Life, by the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, Now First Printed from the Manuscript in the Library of the University of Glasgow. Edited by the Rev. William Cunningham, D.D. Trinity College Church, Edinburgh. (1843) (Author: Bruce, Robert, 1554-1631; Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Cunningham, W. (William), 1805-1861)

2               Sermons on the Sacrament Translated into English. (1901)

3               The Way to True Peace and Rest, delivered in Edinburgh in 17 Sermons on the Lord's Supper, Hezekiah's Sickness, and other select Scriptures (1617) (Author: Bruce, Robert, 1554-1631; I. H., fl. 1617; Mitchell, S., fl. 1614)



Bruce, Robert (Presbyterian) (1778-1846)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               An Address delivered before the Pittsburgh Philosophical Society. (1828)

2               An Introductory Lecture delivered before the Institute of Arts and Sciences, Pittsburgh, on Dec. 20, 1836. (1837)

3               Discourses on Various Points of Christian Doctrine and Practice (1829)



Bruen, Matthias (Presbyterian) (1793-1829)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Essays Descriptive and Moral: On Scenes in Italy, Switzerland, and France. (1823)

2               Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Rev. Matthias Bruen, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, in Bleecker Street, New-York. (1831)



Bryant, Jacob (1715-1804)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Mythological, Etymological, and Historical Dictionary. (1793)

2               A New System or Analysis of Ancient Mythology, Volume 1 (1775-1776)

3               A New System or Analysis of Ancient Mythology. Volume 2 (1775-1776)

4               A New System or Analysis of Ancient Mythology. Volume 3 (1775-1776)

5               Observations upon the Plagues Inflicted upon the Egyptians, Showing the Peculiarity of those Judgments, Corresponding to the Rites and Idolatries of that People. (1810)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Day in Scotland's Poetry Land. (microfilm) (1908)

2               A Modern University: Being the President's Inaugural Address. (microfilm) (1890)

3               A New Nation: or, The first quarter-century of the Dominion: Being the President's Inaugural Address. (microfilm) (1893)

4               A Plea for a Canadian Camden Society. (microfilm) (1884)

5               A Poet’s Message: Being a Discourse given by Rev. George Bryce, D.D., LL. D., Etc. President of the Royal Society of Canada, during the Visit of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Delivered on Sunday, August 29th, 1909, in Knox Church, Winnipeg. (microfilm) (1909)

6               A Short History of the Canadian People. (1914)

7               A Well Known Family of Old Red River. (microfilm) (1892)

8               Brief Outlines of the Most Famous Journeys in and about Rupert's Land. (microfilm) (1886)

9               Early Days in Winnipeg. (microfilm) (1894)

10            Early Reminiscences of Manitoba College. Being the President's Inaugural Address. (1891)

11            Educational Thoughts for the Diamond Jubilee Year: Inaugural address, Convocation Hall, Manitoba College, Winnipeg, on Nov. 19, 1897. (microfilm) (1897) (Subject: Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901)

12            Glimpses of the Past in the Red River Settlement: From letters of Mr. John Prichard, 1805-1836. (1892)

13            Great Britain as seen by Canadian Eyes: Inaugural address delivered in Convocation Hall, on Nov. 6, 1896. (microfilm) (1896)

14            Historical Sketch of the Charitable Institutions of Winnipeg. (microfilm) (1899) (Author: Bryce, George, Mrs., 1839-1920; Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba)

15            Holiday Rambles Between Winnipeg and Victoria. (microfilm) (1888) (The Indians described are those on the reserves in the Qu'Appelle area in Saskatchewan)

16            In Memoriam of A. K. Isbister, M. A., LL. B. Honorary Member: A paper read before the Society on July 26, 1883. (microfilm) (1883) (Subject: Isbister, A. K. (Alexander Kennedy), 1822-1883)

17            Intrusive Ethnological types in Rupert's Land. (microfilm) (1903)

18            John Black, the Apostle of the Red River: or, How the Blue Banner was Unfurled on Manitoba Prairies. (1898)

19            Laura Secord: A Study in Canadian Patriotism: Being an address delivered before the Canadian Club, of Winnipeg, on May 1, 1907. (1907) (Subject: Secord, Laura Ingersoll, 1775-1868)

20            Letters of a Pioneer, Alexander Ross. (1903) (Author: Ross, Alexander, 1783-1856)

21            Lord Selkirk’s Colonists: The Romantic Settlement of the Pioneers of Manitoba. (1910)

22            Louis Pasteur, the Great French Scientist: Inaugural Address delivered in Convocation Hall, Manitoba College, Winnipeg, on Nov. 6, 1903. (microfilm) (1903) (Subject: Pasteur, Louis, 1822-1895)

23            Mackenzie, Selkirk, Simson. (1910) (Author: Bryce, George, 1844-1931; Coats, Robert Hamilton, 1874-1960; Gosnell, R. Edward, 1860-1931 Subject: Mackenzie, Alexander, Sir, 1764-1820; Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl of, 1771-1820; Simpson, George, Sir, 1786 or 7-1860; Douglas, James, 1803-1877; Northwest, Canadian -- Discovery and exploration)

24            Manitoba: Its Infancy, Growth, and Present Condition. (1882)

25            Notes and Comments on Harmon's Journal 1800-1820. (microfilm) (1883) (Subject: Harmon, Daniel Williams, 1778-1845)

26            Older Geology of the Red River and Assiniboine Valleys; A Paper Read before the Society, on Nov, 26th, 1891. (microfilm) (1891)

27            Original Letters and other Documents relating to the Selkirk Settlement: Read before the Society, on Jan 17, 1889. (microfilm) (1889) (Author: Bryce, George, 1844-1931; Bell, Charles N. (Charles Napier), 1854-1936)

28            Our Canadian Mountain Provinces. (microfilm) (1904)

29            Our Canadian Prairies: Being a Description of the most Notable Plants of Manitoba: The Chief Noxious Weeds and how to Destroy them, the Trees and Wild Fruits, along with Arbor Day Exercises and Poems. (microfilm) (1895)

30            “Our Indians”: Delivered before the Y. M. C. A., Winnipeg, on Dec. 1, 1884. (microfilm) (1884)

31            Presbyterianism: What it has done and what it may do in the Canadian North-West: Being a Sermon preached in Knox Church, Winnipeg, on July 16, 1884 at the Opening of the First Synod of Manitoba and the North-West Territories. (microfilm) (1884)

32            Pressing Education Problems: Being the President's Inaugural Address. (microfilm) (1894)

33            Problems of Greater Canada: Being an Inaugural address by Rev. Dr. Boyce, Honorary President, delivered in Convocation Hall, on Oct. 25, 1895. (microfilm) (1895)

34            Recorder Adam Thom. (microfilm) (1891) (Subject: Thom, Adam, 1802-1890)

35            Seven Oaks: An Account of the Affair of Seven Oaks, the Circumstances which led up to it, a Description of the Contestants, the Events of the Conflict, Including the Death of Governor Semple and his Followers and a Report of Proceedings of the Gathering for the Unveiling of the “Seven Oaks Monument,” June 19th, 1891; also a Plate of the Monument and a facsimile of part of the Map used at the Trials of 1818, showing the Junction of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers, the site of Fort Douglas, and the Situation of “Seven Oaks.” (microfilm) (1892)

36            Sketch of the earlier life of the Earl of Selkirk: A Paper read before the Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba, on Feb. 8, 1881. (microfilm) (1881) (Subject: Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl, 1771-1820)

37            Sketch of the Life and Discoveries of Robert Campbell, Chief factor of the Hon. Hudson's Bay Company. (microfilm) (1898) (Subject: Campbell, Robert, 1808-1894)

38            Sketch of the Life of John Tanner, a Famous Manitoba Scout, a Border type: A Paper read before the Society, on April 26, 1888. (microfilm) (1888) (Subject: Tanner, John, ca. 1780-ca. 1847)

39            Surface Geology of the Red River and Assiniboine Valleys: A Paper read before the Society on Jan. 22, 1891. (microfilm) (1891)

40            The All-Dominating Work: Opening Sermon of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, Preached at Vancouver, B.C., June 9, 1903. (microfilm) (1903)

41            The British Association for the Advancement of Science, a Great World Educator. (microfilm) (1906)

42            The First Recorder of Rupert's Land: A paper read before the Society, on May 4, 1890. (microfilm) (1890) (Subject: Thom, Adam, 1802-1890)

43            The Five Forts of Winnipeg. (microfilm) (1885)

44            The Further History of Pierre Esprit Radisson. (microfilm) (1898) (Subject: Radisson, Pierre Esprit, 1636?-1710)

45            The History and Condition of Education in the Province of Manitoba. (microfilm) (1885)

46            The Inner History of Manitoba University. (microfilm) (1900)

47            The Lake of the Woods: Its History, Geology, Mining, and Manufacturing. (microfilm) (1897)

48            The Life of Lord Selkirk, Colonizer of Western Canada. (1912) (Subject: Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl of, 1771-1820)

49            The Mound Builders. (1885)

50            The New Canadianism. (microfilm) (1898)

51            The Old Settlers of Red River. (microfilm) (1885)

52            The Presbyterian Church of Canada and the Canadian North-West. (microfilm) (1875)

53            The Pre-Selkirk Settlers of old Assiniboia. (microfilm) (1918)

54            The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company, Including French Fur Traders of North West Canada and of the North West, XY, and Astor Fur Companies. (1902)

55            The Romantic Settlement of Lord Selkirk's Colonists (the Pioneers of Manitoba). (1909)

56            The Scotsman in Canada. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1911) (Author: Campbell, Wilfred, 1858?-1918; Bryce, George, 1844-1931)

57            The Scotsman in Canada. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1911) (Author: Campbell, Wilfred, 1858?-1918; Bryce, George, 1844-1931)

58            The Siege and Conquest of the North Pole. (1910)

59            The Souris Country: Its Monuments, Mounds, Forts, and Rivers. (microfilm) (1884)

60            The Swiss and the Piedmontese on Red River. (microfilm) (1892)

61            The View that Canadian History deserves more Attention in our Schools, and should have adequate works devoted to it of Sufficient size… (A Letter) (microfilm) (1891)

62            Three London Preachers: Phases of English Religious Life: The Rev. Dr. Bryce preaches in St. Stephen's Church (Ralph Connor's), Winnipeg. (microfilm) (1906) (Subject: Orr, James, 1844-1913)

63            Treasures of Our Library. (microfilm) (1904) (Original issued in series: Transactions / The Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba; no. 64)

64            Two Provisional Governments in Manitoba: Containing an Interesting Discussion of the Riel Rebellion: With an Appendix embodying the four Bills of Rights Verbatim. (microfilm) (1890) (Subject: Red River Rebellion, 1869-1870)

65            University Education: Inaugural address delivered in Convocation Hall, Manitoba College, Winnipeg, on Nov. 10, 1899. (microfilm) (1899)

66            Winnipeg Country: Its Discovery and the Great Consequences Resulting. (microfilm) (1883)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants: or, Of the Lawful Power of the Prince over the People, and the People over the Prince. (1689) (Author: Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581; Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. De jure regni apud Scotos) (Notes: The original book has tight margins. On some pages, the text is cut off because it runs into the center margin of the book. Pages 81 and 82 are missing from the book. There are two pages labeled Page 89 and two pages labeled Page 90. Page 107 was mislabeled as Page 170. With this is bound: De jure regni apud Scotos/ George Buchanan. 1689.)

2               A Dialogue Concerning the Due Privilege of Government in the Kingdom of Scotland betwixt George Buchanan and Thomas Maitland. (1689)

3               An Appendix to the History of Scotland Containing a Detection of the Actions of Mary Queen of Scots, the Murder of her Husband and her Marriage to Earl Bothwell. (1721) (Subject: Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587)

4               George Buchanan. (1899) (Author: Wallace, Robert, 1831-1899)

5               George Buchanan: A Biography. (1906) (Author: Macmillan, D. (Donald), 1855-1927; Buchanan, George, 1506-1582)

6               George Buchanan: A Memorial, 1506-1906. (1907) (Author: Millar, David Alexander, b. 1880, comp. and ed; University of St. Andrews. Students' Representative Council)

7               George Buchanan: Glasgow Quatercentenary Studies, 1906. (1907) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Neilson, George, 1858-1923)

8               George Buchanan in the Lisbon Inquisition. The Records of his Trial, with a Translation thereof into English, Facsimiles of some of the Papers and an Introduction by Guilherme J. C. Henriques (Carnota). (1906) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582, defendant; Inquisition. Lisbon; Henry, William John Charles, 1846-)

9               Jeptha and the Baptist. (1870)

10            John the Baptist, a Drama (1904)

11            Memoirs of the Life and Writings of George Buchanan. (1807) (Author: Irving, David, 1778-1860)

12            The Fountain and the Rose. (1883)

13            The Franciscan Friar, a Satire; and the Marriage Ode of Francis of Valois and Mary, Sovereigns of France and Scotland. (1809)

14            The History of Scotland, Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan: With Notes, and a Continuation to the Union in the Reign of Queen Anne. By James Aikman, Esq. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1827) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Aikman, James)

15            The History of Scotland, Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan: With Notes, and a Continuation to the Union in the Reign of Queen Anne. By James Aikman, Esq. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1827) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Aikman, James)

16            The History of Scotland, Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan: With Notes, and a Continuation to the Union in the Reign of Queen Anne. By James Aikman, Esq. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1827) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Aikman, James)

17            The History of Scotland, Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan: With Notes, and a Continuation to the Union in the Reign of Queen Anne. By James Aikman, Esq. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1827) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Aikman, James)

18            The History of Scotland from the Earliest Accounts of that Nation, to the Reign of King James VI. Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan. In Two Volumes. To which is Annexed, a Genealogy of all the Kings from Fergus I. to James VI. Seventh Edition. Revised and Corrected from the Original, by Mr. Bond. Volume 1 (1799)

19            The History of Scotland from the Earliest Accounts of that Nation, to the Reign of King James VI. Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan. In Two Volumes. To which is Annexed, a Genealogy of all the Kings from Fergus I. to James VI. Seventh Edition. Revised and Corrected from the Original, by Mr. Bond. Volume 2 (1799)

20            The Indictment of Mary Queen of Scots as Derived from a Manuscript in the University Library at Cambridge Hitherto Unpublished (1923) (Subject: Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587)

21            The Sacred Dramas of George Buchanan. (1906) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Brown, Archibald) (Jephthah; or, The vow.--The Baptist; or, Calumny)

22            Translation of Buchanan's Latin Psalms into English Verse. (1836) (Author: Buchanan, George, 1506-1582; Eadie, John, 1810-1876)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Notes of a Clerical Furlough, spent chiefly in the Holy Land. With a Sketch of the Voyage out in                  the Yacht "St. Ursula." (1859)

2               The Book of Ecclesiastes: Its Meaning and its Lessons. (1859)

3               The Ten Years' Conflict: Being the History of the Disruption of the Church of Scotland. New         Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1863)

4               The Ten Years' Conflict: Being the History of the Disruption of the Church of Scotland. In Two     Volumes. Volume 2 (1876)



Buck, Charles (Anglican) (1771-1815

Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of all Religious Terms; A Comprehensive view of every Article in the System of Divinity; an Impartial Account of all the Principal Denominations which have Subsisted in the Religious World, from the Birth of Christ to the Present Day: Together with an Accurate Statement of the Most Remarkable Transactions and Events Recorded in Ecclesiastical History. By the Late Rev. Charles Buck. Two Volumes in One. (1826)

2               A Treatise on Religious Experience: Its Nature, Evidences, and Advantages. (1855)

3               Anecdotes, Religious, Moral, and Entertaining. Volumes 1&2 (1831)

4               Memoirs and Remains of the Late Rev. Charles Buck: Containing Copious Extracts from his Diary, and Interesting Letters to his Friends; Interspersed with Various Observations, Explanatory and Illustrative of his Character and Works. (1817) (Author: Styles, John, 1782-1849)

5               Memoirs of the Life and Ministry of the Late Rev. Thomas Spencer, of Liverpool: With an Appendix, Containing a Selection from his Papers, Etc. and Additional Papers. Together with a Poem on his Death, by James Montgomery. By Thomas Raffles, his Successor in the Pastoral Office. To which is added; Reflections on Mortality, by the Rev. Charles Buck. (1815) (Author: Raffles, Thomas, 1788-1863; Montgomery, James, 1771-1854; Buck, Charles, 1771-1815
Subject:
Spencer, Thomas, 1791-1811)

6               The Practical Expositor: or, Scripture Illustrated by Facts, and Arranged for Every Day in the Year. Second Edition. (1815)

7               The Young Christian’s Guide. (1834) (Author: Buck, Charles, 1771-1815; Waterman, T. T. (Thomas Tileston), 1801-1873)



Buist, George (Presbyterian) (1770-1808)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Sermons by the Rev. George Buist, D. D.: Minister of the Presbyterian Church and President of the College of Charleston, South Carolina. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1809)

2               Sermons by the Rev. George Buist, D. D.: Minister of the Presbyterian Church and President of the College of Charleston, South Carolina. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1809)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Christian Prayers and Holy Meditations, as well for Private as Public Exercise.



Bullion, Alexander (Presbyterian) (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Pardon of Sin: Its Nature, Necessity, Properties, and Effects. (1800)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Sermon Preached to the Honorable House of Commons Assembled in Parliament, at their Public Fast, on Nov. 17, 1640 (1641)

2               Another Sermon Preached to the Honorable House of Commons Assembled in Parliament, Concerning Papal Treason, on Nov. 5, 1641 (1641)

3               Propositions Concerning Church Government and Ordination of Ministers. (1647)

4               The Answer of the Assembly of Divines unto the Reasons Given By the Dissenting Brethren (1645)

5               The Dissenting Ministers’ Vindication of themselves, from the Horrid and Detestable Murder of King Charles I, of Glorious Memory. (1704)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Man's Whole Duty, and God's Wonderful Entreaty of him Thereunto. (1690)

2               Rules and Directions for Hearing and Reading the Word of God with Certain and Saving Benefit. (1788)



Burn, Andrew (Presbyterian) (1742-1814)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Memoirs of the Life of the Late Major-General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines: Collected from his Journals: with Copious Extracts from his Principal Works on Religious Subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1815) (Author: Burn, Andrew, 1742-1814; Allen, John, 1771-1843; Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841)

2               Memoirs of the Life of the Late Major-General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines: Collected from his Journals: with Copious Extracts from his Principal Works on Religious Subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1815) (Author: Burn, Andrew, 1742-1814; Allen, John, 1771-1843; Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841)

3               The Life of Major-General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines. (1840)



Burney, S. C. (Presbyterian) (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs B

1               Anthropology. (1894)



Burns, Elizabeth Bell (Presbyterian) (1811-1882)

Reformed Beliefs B

  1               In Memoriam: Mrs. Elizabeth B. Burns, Died August 22, 1882, Aged 71. (microfilm) (1882)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Letter to the Ministers and Elders of the Synod of Canada, on the Present Duty of the Presbyterian Church. (1844) (Author: Burns, Robert, 1789-1869; Cunningham, W; Welsh, David, 1793-1845 Subject: Presbyterian Church in Canada)

2               Death made Tributary to the Glory of God - A Sermon Preached in Gould Street Presbyterian Church, Toronto, on Sabbath, Aug 22, 1869, on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Dr. Burns, Professor of Church History in Knox College. (microfilm) (1869)

3               Farewell Sermon Preached in St. George’s Free Church, Paisley, on the Sabbath afternoon, March 23, 1845. (1845)

4               Historical Dissertations on the Law and Practice of Great Britain, and Particularly Scotland, with regard to the Poor; on the modes of Charity; and on the means of Promoting the Improvement of the People; Together with a Selection of Facts and Documents illustrative of the Management of the Poor in Scotland, Etc. Respectfully inscribed to the Right Honorable William Sturges Bourne, M.P. Chairman of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Poor Laws. By the Rev. Robert Burns, Minister of the Low Church Parish of Paisley. (1819)

5               Knox College, Preparatory Dept.: In a Prospect of a meeting of the General Committee, in April, there are some Matters to which I wish to call your Attention. (microfilm) (1848) (Author: Burns, Robert, 1789-1869 Subject: Knox's College; Theological seminaries)

6               Memoir of the Rev. Stevenson MacGill: Professor of Theology in the University of Glasgow. (1842) (Author: Burns, Robert, 1789-1869 Subject: MacGill, Stevenson, 1765-1840; Church of Scotland; Theologians; Christian biography)

7               Plurality of Offices in the Church of Scotland Examined: With a Particular Reference to the Case of Rev. Dr. M’Farlane, Principal of the University of Glasgow. (1824) (Author: Burns, Robert, 1789-1869; Macfarlan, D. (Duncan), 1771-1857

8               Reply to the Rev. Dr. Cahill on the Eucharist. (1863) (Author: Burns, Robert, 1789-1869; Cahill, Daniel William, 1796-1864 Subject: Lord's Supper; Eucharistie)

9               Report Presented to the Colonial Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, on Canada and Nova Scotia. (microfilm) (1844)

10            Substance of Speeches and Addresses at the Presbyterian Visitation of Knox’s College, Toronto. (microfilm) (1856)

11            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E. Minister of St. George’s, Paisley. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1835) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869)

12            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E. Minister of St. George’s, Paisley. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1836) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869)

13            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E. Minister of St. George’s, Paisley. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1836) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869)

14            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E. Minister of St. George’s, Paisley. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1835) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869)

15            The Jewish Society of New York, Arraigned at the Bar of Public Opinion. (1853) (Author: Burns, Robert, 1789-1869; Jackman Foundation Subject: Jewish Society of New York; Christianity and other religions; Judaism)

16            The Life and Times of the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S., F.R.S.E. Toronto: Including an Unfinished Autobiography, by Robert Ferrier Burns. (1826-1896) (1872)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               Ad Fidem; or, Parish Evidences of the Bible. (1872)

2               Aleph, the Chaldean: or, The Messiah as seen from Alexandria. (1891)

3               Celestial Empires. (1885) (Subject: Astronomy)

4               Counsels on Spiritualism. (1859)

5               Dio, the Athenian; or, From Olympus to Calvary. (1880)

6               Ecce Clum: or, Parish Astronomy. (1870)

7               Ecce Coelum: or, Parish Astronomy. In Six Lectures. By a Connecticut Pastor. Rev. E. F. Burr, D.D. Sixteenth Edition. (1867)

8               Ecce Terra; or, The Hand of God on Earth. (1883) (Subject: Providence and government of God; Creation)

9               In the Vineyard: A Plea for Christian Work. (1876)

10            Long Ago: As Interpreted by the Nineteenth Century. (1888)

11            Pater Mundi or Doctrine of Evolution: Being in Substance Lectures Delivered in Various Colleges and Theological Seminaries. Second Series. (1873)

12            Pater Mundi; or, Modern Science Testifying to the Heavenly Father. Being in Substance Lectures Delivered to Senior Classes in Amherst College. First Series Fifth Edition. (1872)

13            Sunday Afternoons: A Book for Little People. (1872)

14            Supreme Things, in their Practical Relations. (1889)

15            Tempted to Unbelief. (1882)

16            The House of many Mansions: A Sermon delivered at the Funeral of Mrs. John M. Parker (Lucretia M.), at the Congregational Church in Hamburg, on Nov. 7, 1859. (1859)

17            The Stars of God. (1896) (Subject: Astronomy)

18            The Voyage. (1875)

19            Toward the Strait Gate; or, Parish Christianity for the Unconverted. (1875)

20            Universal Beliefs: or, The Great Consensus. (1887)


Reformed Beliefs B

1               A Plea for the Bible in the Vernacular. (1917)

2               A Quiver of Arrows. (1902) (Author: Burrell, David James, 1844-1926; Douglas, Tom)

3               At the Gate Beautiful: The Story of a Day. (1911)

4               Christ and Men. (1905)

5               Christ and Progress; A Discussion of Problems of our Time. (1903)

6               “For Christ's Crown,” and other Sermons, (1896)

7               God and the People, and other Sermons. (1899)

8               Hints and Helps on the Sunday-School Lessons for 1893. By Rev. David James Burrell, D.D., and Rev. Joseph Dunn Burrell. (1892)

9               Hints and Helps on the Sunday-School Lessons for 1894. By Rev. David James Burrell, D.D., and Rev. Joseph Dunn Burrell. (1893)

10            In David's Town. (1910) (Subject: Christmas stories)

11            In the Upper Room: A Practical Exposition of John 13-17 (with related passages). (1913)

12            Paul's Campaigns. (1918)

13            Paul's Companions. (1921) (Barnabas.--John Mark.--Silas.--Timothy.--Luke.--Lydia.--Aquila and Priscilla.--Apollos.--"One Mnason of Cyprus.--Epaphroditus.--Sosthenes.--Titus.--Phoebe.--A body guard.)

 

14            Paul's Letters. (1921)

15            Sermon preached by the Rev. David James Burrell, on Feb. 7, 1909, in the Marble Collegiate Church, Fifth Ave. and 29th St. Manhattan . “The Righteousness of Lincoln.” (1909) (Subject: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865)

16            The Apostles' Creed. (1915)

17            The Church in the Fort, and other Sermons. (1901)

18            The Cloister Book: For Shut in Worshipers and Pastorless Congregations. (1909)

19            The Evolution of a Christian. (1906)

20            The Golden Passional, and other Sermons. (1897)

21            The Gospel of Gladness. (1892)

22            The Home Sanctuary: A Companion volume to the Cloister Book; Completing a Year of Services for Shut in Worshipers and Pastorless Congregations. (1911)

23            The Laughter of God and other Sermons (Expository). (1918)

24            “The Morning Cometh.” Talks for the Times. (1893)

25            The Old-Time Religion: or, The Foundations of our Faith. (1913)

26            The Religion of the Future, and other Sermons. (1894)

27            The Religions of the World.  An Outline of the great Religious Systems. (1888)

28            The Sermon: Its Construction and Delivery. (1913)

29            The Spirit of the Age, and other Sermons. (1895)

30            The Teaching of Jesus Concerning the Scriptures. (1904)

31            The Unaccountable Man. (1900)

32            The Verilies of Jesus. (1903)

33            The Wonderful Teacher and what He Taught. (1902)

34            The Wondrous Cross, and other Sermons. (1898)

35            “We Would See Jesus.” (1914)

36            Why I Believe the Bible. (1917)


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