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Reformed Beliefs F continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including such writers as Samuel Fisher, Duncan Forges, and James Fordyce, and such genres as Presbyterian, Puritans, Anglican, German Reformed, and Baptist. Also included are writings under the heading, "Free Churches."



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1               Ezekiel and the Book of His Prophecy: An Exposition. (1876)

2               Hermeneutical Manual: or, Introduction to the Exegetical Study of the New Testament. (1859)

3               Jonah his Life Character and Mission, viewed in Connection with the Prophet’s own Times, and Future Manifestations of God’s Mind and Will in Prophecy. By the Rev. Patrick Fairbairn, Salton. (1849)

4               Pastoral Theology: A Treatise on the Office and Duties of the Christian Pastor. (1875) (Author: Fairbairn, Patrick, 1805-1874; Dodds, James, 1812-1885)

5               Prophecy Viewed in Respect to Its Distinctive Nature, Its Specific Function, and Proper Interpretation. (1866)

6               The Imperial Bible-Dictionary: Historical, Biographical, Geographical, and Doctrinal; including the Natural History, Antiquities, Manners, Customs, and Religious Rites and Ceremonies Mentioned in the Scriptures, and an Account of the Several Books of the Old and New Testament; Illustrated by Numerous Engravings. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1866)

7               The Imperial Bible-Dictionary: Historical, Biographical, Geographical, and Doctrinal; including the Natural History, Antiquities, Manners, Customs, and Religious Rites and Ceremonies Mentioned in the Scriptures, and an Account of the Several Books of the Old and New Testament; Illustrated by Numerous Engravings. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1866)

8               The Pastoral Epistles: The Greek Text and Translation, With Introduction, Expository Notes, and Dissertations. (1874)

9               The Revelation of Law in Scripture, Considered With Respect both to its Own Nature, and to its Relative Place in Successive Dispensations. (1869)

10            The Typology of Scripture: Viewed in Connection With the Whole Series of Divine Dispensations. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1864)

11            The Typology of Scripture: Viewed in Connection With the Whole Series of Divine Dispensations. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1864)




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1               Murder Lamented and Improved: A Sermon Preached at Kidderminster, on June 16, 1771. On Occasion of the Death of Mr. Francis Best, who was Robbed and Murdered by John Child, on Saturday, June 8. To which is added, a Narrative of the Principal Circumstances attending the Murder, and the Trial and Execution of the Criminal. By Benjamin Fawcett, M.A. (1771)

2               Preaching Christ, and not Self . A Sermon Preached at Tuckers-Street-Meeting, Bristol, at the Ordination of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Janes, on May 26, 1774. By Benjamin Fawcett, M.A. To which are added, Mr. Jane’s Confession of Faith, and a Charge, Delivered on the same Occasion, by Andrew Kinsman. (1774)



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1               A Brief Justification of the Prince of Orange's Descent into England, and the Kingdom's Late Recourse to Arms. With a modest Disquisition of what may become the Wisdom and Justice of the Ensuing Convention in their Disposal of the Crown. (1689)

2               A Just and Modest Vindication of the Proceedings of the last two Parliaments. (1682) (Author: Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714; Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682; Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683; Somers, John Somers, Baron, 1651-1716)

3               A Just and Modest Vindication of the Scot's Design, for the having Established a Colony at Darien. A Brief Display, how much it is their Interest, to Apply themselves to Trade, and Particularly to that which is Foreign. (1699) (Author: Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714; Hodges, James, supposed author)

4               A Large Review of the Summary View, of the Articles Exhibited Against the Bishop of St. David's, and of the Proofs Made Thereon. (1702) (Author: Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714; Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. Extraordinary case of the Bp. of St. David's, further cleared and made plain, from the several views that have been made of it ..; Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. Bishop of St. David's vindicated, the author of the Summary view exposed, his post-script answered, and the letter to a peer defended Subject: Watson, Thomas, deprived bp. of St. David's, 1637-1717; Cooke, John, Sir, 1666-1710)

5               A Letter to a Person of Honor Concerning the Black Box. (1680) (Author: Ferguson, Robert, d.1714 Subject: James II, King of England, 1633-1701)

6               An Account of the Growth of Popery, and Arbitrary Government in England. More Particularly, from the Long Prorogation, of November, 1675, Ending the 15th of February, 1676, till the Last Meeting of Parliament, the 16th of July, 1677. (1677)

7               An Enquiry into, and Detection of the Barbarous Murder of the late Earl of Essex or a Vindication of that Noble Person from the Guilt and Infamy of having Destroyed himself. (1689)

8               Justification Only upon a Satisfaction: or, The Necessity and Verity of the Satisfaction of Christ as the Alone Ground of Remission of Sin: Asserted and Opened Against the Socinians: Together with an Appendix in Vindication of a Sermon Preached on Hebrews 2:10, from the Exceptions of H. W. in a Pamphlet called, “The Freeness of God’s Grace in the Forgiveness of Sins by Jesus Christ. (1668) (Author: Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714 Subject: H. W., fl. 1668; Justification (Christian theology); Socinianism)

9               No Protestant Plot: or, The Present Pretended Conspiracy of Protestants against the King and Government Discovered to be a Conspiracy of the Papists against the King and his Protestant Subjects. (1681)

10            The Design of Enslaving England Discovered in the Encroachments upon the Powers and Privileges of Parliament, by King Charles II. Being a New Corrected Impression of that Excellent Piece, Entitled, “A Just and Modest Vindication of the Proceedings of the Two Last Parliaments of King Charles II.” (1689) (Author: Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682; Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. Just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments)

11            The Interest of Reason in Religion, with the Import and use of Scripture Metaphors and the Nature and Union betwixt Christ and Believers. (1675)

12            The Second Part of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government: Beginning where the Former left, Viz. from the Year 1677. unto the Year 1682. By Philo Veritas. (1682)

13            The Third Part of No Protestant Plot: With Observations on the Proceedings upon the Bill of Indictment against the Earl of Shaftsbury: And a Brief Account of the Case of the Earl of Argyle. (1682)



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1               A Brief Exposition of the Epistles of Paul to the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians. By James Fergusson, Minister at Kilwinning. (1841)

2               A Brief Refutation of the Errors of Toleration, Erastianism, Independency, and Separation. Delivered in some Sermons from I John 4:1. Preached in the Year 1652. To which are Added Four Sermons Preached on Several Occasions. (1692)



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1               A Logical Analysis of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, by Charles Ferme, Translated from the Latin by William Skae, A.M.; and a Commentary on the Same Epistle by Andrew Melville, in the Original Latin. Edited, with a Life of Ferme, by William Lindsay Alexander, D.D. (1850) (Author: Ferme, Charles, 1566-1617; Wodrow Society, Edinburgh; Alexander, William Lindsay, 1808-1884; Melville, Andrew, 1545-1622)



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1               Of the Church, Five Books. By Richard Field, D.D., Dean of Gloucester. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1847) (Containing the First Three Books.)

2               Of the Church, Five Books. By Richard Field, D.D., Dean of Gloucester. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1849) (Containing an Appendix to the Third Book and the Fourth Book.)

3               Of the Church, Five Books. By Richard Field, D.D., Dean of Gloucester. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1850) (Containing the Fifth Book to the End of the Forty Seventh Chapter.)

4               Of the Church, Five Books. By Richard Field, D.D., Dean of Gloucester. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1852) (Containing the Fifth Book from the Beginning of the Forty Eighth Chapter, and the Appendix to the Fifth Book.)



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1               A Description of the Common Laws of England, According to the Rules of Art, Compared to the Prerogatives of the King. (1759)

2               Law or a Discourse thereof in Four Books (1759)



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1               A Vindication of the Sacred Books and of Josephus, Especially of the Former, from Various Misrepresentations and Cavils of the Celebrated Author Voltaire. By Robert Findlay, A.M., one of the Ministers of Glasgow. (1770)



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1               History of the Insurrection in the Four Western Counties of Pennsylvania in the Year 1794: with a Recital of the Circumstances Especially Connected therewith, and a Historical Review of the Previous Situation of the Country, by William Findley, member of the House of Representatives of the United States. (1796)

2               Observations on “The Two Sons of Oil”: Containing a Vindication of the American Constitutions, and Defending the Blessings of Religious Liberty and Toleration, Against the Illiberal Strictures of the Rev. Samuel Brown Wylie. (1812) (Author: Findley, William, 1741 or 2-1821; Patterson & Hopkins. bkp CUL; Engles, Silas, 1781?-1827 Subject: Wylie, Samuel B. (Samuel Brown), 1773-1852; Church and state -- United States Presbyterian Church; Freedom of religion -- History;)



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1               Biography of the Rev. Robert Finley, D. D., of Basking Ridge, New Jersey: With an Account of his Agency as the Author of the American Colonization Society; also a Sketch of the Slave Trade; a view of our National Policy and that of Great Britain towards Liberia and Africa. (1857) (Author: Brown, Isaac V. (Isaac Van Arsdale), 1784-1861)

2               Memoirs of the Rev. Robert Finley D. D. (Author: Brown, Isaac V. (Isaac Van Arsdale), 1784-1861)

3               Sermons on Important Subjects, by the Late Reverend and Pious Samuel Davies, A.M. Sometime President of the College in New-Jersey. In Three Volumes. The Fifth Edition. To which are now added, Three Occasional Sermons, not Included in the Former Editions; Memoirs and Character of the Author; and Two Sermons on Occasion of his Death, by the Rev. Drs. Gibbons and Finley. Volume 1 (1792) (Author: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785)

4               Sermons on Important Subjects, by the Late Reverend and Pious Samuel Davies, A.M. Sometime President of the College in New-Jersey. In Three Volumes. The Fifth Edition. To which are now added, Three Occasional Sermons, not Included in the Former Editions; Memoirs and Character of the Author; and Two Sermons on Occasion of his Death, by the Rev. Drs. Gibbons and Finley. Volume 2 (1804) (Author: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785)

5               Sermons on Important Subjects, by the Late Reverend and Pious Samuel Davies, A.M. Sometime President of the College in New-Jersey. In Three Volumes. The Fifth Edition. To which are now added, Three Occasional Sermons, not Included in the Former Editions; Memoirs and Character of the Author; and Two Sermons on Occasion of his Death, by the Rev. Drs. Gibbons and Finley. Volume 3 (1792) (Author: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785)



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1               A Full and True State of the Controversy, Concerning the Marrow of Modern Divinity, as Debated between the General Assembly, and Several Ministers in the Year 1720 an 1721 (1773) (Author: Church of Scotland. General Assembly Subject: Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655;) (I. The act of assembly 1720, concerning The marrow -- II. The representation and petition of the 12 ministers against that act -- III. Twelve queries agreed upon by the Commission of the Assembly to be put to the said ministers -- IV. Answers given in by these ministers to the above queries -- V. Authorities of eminent divines, with respect to said queries -- VI. The controversy concerning The marrow, considered in a familiar dialogue between Gamaliel, Paul, &c.)

2               Gospel Truth accurately stated and illustrated, by several Ministers on the Occasion of the Republication of 'The Marrow of Modern Divinity' (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 Subject: Grace (Theology))

3               The Marrow of Modern Divinity in two parts 1. The Covenant of Works and the Covenant of Grace, 2. An Exposition of the Ten Commandments. By Edward Fisher, A.M. With Notes by the Rev. Thomas Boston, Minister of the Gospel, Ettrick. A New Edition. (1837)



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1               A Spring Day or Contemplations on Several Occurrences which Naturally Strike the Eye in that Delightful Season. (1803)

2               Memorials of Alexander Moncrieff, M. A., and James Fisher, D. D. - The Fathers of the United Presbyterian Church. (1849) (Author: Young, David; Moncrieff, Alexander, 1695-1761; Fisher, James, 1697-1775; Brown, John, 1784-1858 Subject: Moncrieff, Alexander, 1695-1761; Fisher, James, 1697-1775)

3               Christ Jesus the Lord Considered as the Inexhaustible Matter of Gospel-Preaching in a Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. Mr. James Mair to be Minister of the Associate Congregation at Lintoun, on May 29, 1740. By James Fisher, Minister of the Gospel at Kinclaven. (1741)

4               The Westminster Assembly’s Shorter Catechism Explained by Questions and Answers. (1765) (Author: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Erskine, Ebenezer, 1680-1754; Fisher, James, 1697-1775)

5               The Westminster Assembly's Shorter Catechism Explained by Questions and Answers. (1849)



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1               Samuel Fisher, D.D.: An Account of his Life and Services. (1908) (Author: Kimball, Alfred R)



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1               Exercises on the Heidelberg Catechism: Adapted to the use of Families, Sabbath Schools, and Catechetical Classes. (1854)

2               The Burning of Chambersburg, July 30th, 1864, a Poem. (1879)

3               The Family Assistant: or, Book of Prayers for the use of Families. (1873)



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1               A History of Williams College. By Leverett Wilson Spring, Emeritus Professor of the English Language and Literature. With Illustrations. (1917) (Author: Spring, Leverett Wilson, 1840-1917)

2               A History of Williams College. By Rev. Calvin Durfee. (1860) (Author: Durfee, Calvin, 1797-1879)

3               Memoir of Rev. Ebenezer Fitch D. D., First President and Founder of Williams College. By Rev. Calvin Durfee, Pastor of the South Church, Dedham, Massachusetts. (1843)

4               Sketch of the Late Rev Ebenezer Fitch D. D.: First President of Williams College. (Author: Durfee, Calvin, 1797-1879)

5               The Rudiments of Latin Grammar. (1814) (Author: Alexander Adam, Ebenezer Fitch)




Fleetwood, John (Anglican) (fl. 1725-1775)

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1               History of the Holy Bible, from the Creation of the World to the Incarnation of Our Lord Jesus Christ. By John Fleetwood, D.D., with Numerous Notes. (1855)

2               The Christian’s Dictionary; or, A sure Guide to Divine Knowledge. Containing a full and Familiar Explanation of all the Remarkable Words made use of , in the Holy Scriptures, and in the Writings of the most Eminent and Pious Divines, whether Ancient or Modern. Wherein all the various Terms, Phrases, Titles, and Allusions, are traced to their Originals: The several Acceptations in which they are held, are clearly pointed out, in such a Manner as to enable the serious Christian to give an Account of the Faith that is in him, and render him Wise unto Salvation. In every part of this Body of Divinity, Great care has been taken to apply the subject matter to the Faith, Experience, and Duty of every Sincere Believer in the Doctrines of the Gospel. The Whole being a Work calculated to promote the interests of Religion and Virtue, by conveying Knowledge with Simplicity, even to the most ignorant, rectifying the Errors that too many are apt to run into, and representing real Religion in its Native Colors, as taught in the Sacred Volume of Inspiration. To which is added, a Brief Explication of all the Proper Names found in Sacred Scripture, including the Senses wherein they were used by the Ancient Jews: Every one of them being Significant of some Remarkable Transaction, or Providential Event. By the Reverend John Fleetwood, D.D., Author of the Life of Our Blessed Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Etc. Published by the King’s Authority. (1775)

3               The Life of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; Together with the Lives of His Holy Apostles, Evangelists, and Other Primitive Martyrs, and a Dissertation on the Evidences of Christianity. By the Rev. John Fleetwood, D.D. With an Introduction to the American Edition. To which is Added, The Lives and Labors of Eminent Christians and Martyrs from the Crucifixion to the Reformation, and A History of the Jews, From the Earliest Ages to the Present Time. A New and Improved Edition, with Notes by Rev. J. Newton Brown, D.D. Editor of ‘Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.’ (1874)



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1               A Description of the Confirmed State of a Christian. (1743)

2               The Church Wounded and Rent by a Spirit of Division. (1681)

3               The Confirming Work of Religion: In its Necessity and use Briefly held forth; that each Christian may have a Proper Ballast of his own, of the Grounds and Reasons of his Faith, and thus see the Greatness of that Security, on which he Adventures his Eternal State: or, The True and Infallible way, for Attaining a Confirmed State in Religion, from these Primary Evidences and Demonstrations of our Faith; which the Lord hath Himself Given, so as it may be Easy for the Meanest in the Church to Know the same, and be Ready to Render an Account thereof to all that Ask. With a Short and Confirming Prospect of the Work of the Lord about His Church, in these Last Times. (1685)

4               The Fulfilling of Scripture. Volume 1 (1845)

5               The Fulfilling of the Scripture, In Three Parts. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1801)

 


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1               Apocalyptical Key: An Extraordinary Discourse on the Rise and fall of the Papacy. (1848)

2               Christology. A Discourse Concerning Christ: Considered I. In Himself, II. In His Government, and III. In Relation to His Subjects and their Duty to Him. In Six Books. Being a New Essay towards a farther Revival and Re-Introduction of Primitive-Scriptural-Divinity, by way of a Specimen. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1705)

3               Christology. A Discourse Concerning Christ: Considered I. In Himself, II. In His Government, and III. In Relation to His Subjects and their Duty to Him. In Six Books. The Second Volume, containing the Third Book. Being a New but Scriptural Treatise concerning Christ, considered as Loganthropos. In Two Parts. To which is added, a New and Peculiar Dissertation concerning the Prior Resurrection, which is to Commence with the Millennium. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1708)

4               Rome Papal. The Rise and Fall of the Papacy. Complete Edition, with a Life of the Author. (1849)

 



Flickinger, Robert Elliott (Presbyterian) (1846-1937)

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1               The Choctaw Freedmen and the Bible in the Public School, the Story of Oak Hill Industrial Academy, Valliant, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, Now called the Alice Lee Elliott Memorial; including the Early History of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indian Territory, the Presbytery of Kiamichi, Synod of Canadian, and the Bible in the Free Schools of the American Colonies, but Suppressed in France, Previous to the American and French Revolutions. (1914)

2               The Pioneer History of Pocahontas County, Iowa, from the Time of its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time. (1904)



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1               Agnosticism. (1903)

2               Anti-Theistic Theories: Being the Baird Lecture for 1877. (1879)

3               Christian Unity: A Sermon preached in St. Giles' Church, Edinburgh, July 3, 1877, at the Opening of the First General Presbyterian Council. (microfilm) (1878)

4               Christ's Kingdom upon Earth: A series of Discourses. (1865)

5               Final Causes. (1883) (Author: Janet, Paul, 1823-1899; Affleck, William Baldwin; Flint, Robert, 1838-1910)

6               Giambattista Vico. (1910) (Subject: Vico, Giambattista, 1668-1744)

7               Historical Philosophy in France and French Belgium and Switzerland. (1894)

8               Philosophy as Scientia Scientiarum: And A History of Classifications of the Sciences. (1904)

9               Sermons and Addresses. (1899)

10            Socialism. (1894)

11            Socialism on its Defense: A Reply to Professor Flint. (1887) (Author: Scottish Land and Labor League)

12            Studies National and International: Being Occasional Lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh, 1864-1889. (1890) (Author: Lorimer, James, 1818-1890; Flint, Robert, 1838-1910; Rolin-Jacquemyns, Gustave Henri Ange Hippolyte, 1835-1902 Subject: International law) (Biographical notices.- Lectures: I. On the sphere and functions of an Academical faculty of law. II. Professor Aytoun. III. The German war. IV. Reasons for the study of jurisprudence as a science. v. (1) The international significance of recent events. (2) The Franco-German war. VI. Monarchy, republicanism, and democracy. VII. The Institute of international law founded at Ghent. VIII. The "Three rules of Washington" viewed in their relation to international arbitration. IX. English and foreign jurists and international jurisprudence. X. On the denationalization of Constantinople ... XI. Does the Corân supply an ethical basis on which a political superstructure can be raised? XII. Prolegomena to a reasoned system of international law. IXXX. The land question in its social and political aspects. XIV. Of the idea of the family in modern society. XV. Centralization and decentralization. XVI. Politics as a profession. XVII. The story of the chair of public law in the University of Edinburgh. XVIII. The Faculty of law. XIX. The church and the bar. - Appendix. - Index.)

13            The Life of Robert Flint. (1914) (Author: Macmillan, D. (Donald), 1855-1927)

14            The Philosophy of History in France and Germany. (1874)

15            Theism: Being the Baird Lecture from 1876. (1895)




Foote, William Henry (Presbyterian) (1794-1869)

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1               Huguenots or Reformed French Church: Their Principles Delineated, Their Character Illustrated, Their Sufferings and Successes Recorded. (1870)

2               Sketches of North Carolina, Historical and Biographical, Illustrative of a Portion of her Early Settlers. (1846)

3               Sketches of Virginia: Historical and Biographical. (1856)



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1               A Letter to a Bishop Concerning some Important Discoveries in Philosophy and Theology. (1732)

2               Considerations upon the State of the Nation as it is Affected by the Excessive Use of Foreign Spirits. (1730)

3               Culloden Papers: Comprising an Extensive and Interesting Correspondence from the Year 1625-1748; Including Numerous Letters from the Unfortunate Lord Lovat and other Distinguished persons of the Time; with Occasional State Papers of much Historical Importance. The whole Published from the Originals in the possession of Duncan George Forbes. To which is prefixed, an Introduction, containing Memoirs of the Right Honorable Duncan Forbes. (1815)

4               Culloden Papers (More Culloden Papers.) Volume 1 (1626-1704.) (1923) (Author: Warrand, Duncan, 1877-; Barron, Evan Macleod, 1879- Subject: Forbes family; Inverness (Scotland) )

5               Culloden Papers (More Culloden Papers.) Volume 2 (1704-1725.) (1925) (Author: Warrand, Duncan, 1877-; Barron, Evan Macleod, 1879- Subject: Forbes family; Inverness (Scotland) )

6               Culloden Papers (More Culloden Papers.) Volume 3 (1725-1745.) (1927) (Author: Warrand, Duncan, 1877-; Barron, Evan Macleod, 1879- Subject: Forbes family; Inverness (Scotland) )

7               Culloden Papers (More Culloden Papers.) Volume 4 (February 1744-February 1746.) (1929) (Author: Warrand, Duncan, 1877-; Barron, Evan Macleod, 1879- Subject: Forbes family; Inverness (Scotland) )

8               Culloden Papers (More Culloden Papers.) Volume 5 (February 1746-December 1747.) (1930) (Author: Warrand, Duncan, 1877-; Barron, Evan Macleod, 1879- Subject: Forbes family; Inverness (Scotland) )

9               Lives of Simon Lord Lovat, and Duncan Forbes of Culloden. From Original Sources. (1847)

10            Some Thoughts Concerning Religion, Natural and Revealed, and the Manner of Understanding Revelation; Tending to Show that Christianity is, Very Near, as Old as the Creation. (1735)

11            The Whole Works of the Right Honorable Duncan Forbes: Late President of the Court of Session. Now first Collected. Containing, I. Thoughts on Religion, Natural and Revealed. II. A Letter to a Bishop, concerning some important Discoveries in Philosophy and Theology. III. Reflections on the Sources of Incredulity with Regard to Religion. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1755)

12            The Whole Works of the Right Honorable Duncan Forbes: Late President of the Court of Session. Now first Collected. Containing, I. Thoughts on Religion, Natural and Revealed. II. A Letter to a Bishop, concerning some important Discoveries in Philosophy and Theology. III. Reflections on the Sources of Incredulity with Regard to Religion. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1755)

 


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1               An Apologetic Narration of the State and Government of the Kirk of Scotland since the Reformation. (1846) (Author: Scot, William, 1558-1642; Wodrow Society; Forbes, John, 1568?-1634)

 


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1               A Diary of Spiritual Exercises Written by Dr. John Forbes of Corse and Copied from his own Manuscript Anno Dom: 1687 and 1690 / 1624-1647. (1647)

2               A Treatise of the Nature of a Minister in all its Offices: To which is annexed an answer to Dr. Forbes concerning the necessity of Bishops to Ordain. Which is an answer to a question proposed in these late unhappy times to the author, “What is a Minister?” (1670) (Author: Lucy, William, 1594-1677 Subject: Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647; Forbes, John, 1593-1648; Church of England; Clergy; Puritans)

3               General Demands concerning the late Covenant propounded by the Ministers and Professors of Divinity in Aberdeen: to some Reverend Brethren who came thither to recommend the late Covenant to them: together with the Answers of those Reverend Brethren to the said Demands. (1662)

 


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1               A Learned Commentary upon the Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John, wherein both the course of the Whole Book, as also the more Abstruse and Hard Places thereof, are more Clearly and Evidently Explained then here to fore they have been. Newly Corrected, and the Defects and Errors of the First Edition, supplied and amended. By Patrick Forbes of Cotharis. Whereunto is added a Profitable Treatise of the Author, in Defense of the Lawful Calling of the Ministers of Reformed Churches, against the Cavils of Romanists: And an Epistle to a Recusant, clearing and maintaining some points of the said Treatise. (Google Books) (1614)

2               A Learned Commentary upon the Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John, wherein both the course of the Whole Book, as also the more Abstruse and Hard Places thereof, are more Clearly and Evidently Explained then here to fore they have been. Newly Corrected, and the Defects and Errors of the First Edition, supplied and amended. By Patrick Forbes of Cotharis. Whereunto is added a Profitable Treatise of the Author, in Defense of the Lawful Calling of the Ministers of Reformed Churches, against the Cavils of Romanists: And an Epistle to a Recusant, clearing and maintaining some points of the said Treatise. (microfilm) (1614)

3               The Funeral Sermons, Orations, Epitaphs, and other pieces on the Death of the Right Rev. Patrick Forbes, Bishop of Aberdeen. (1845) (Author: Shand, Charles Farquhar, 1812-1889
Subject:
Forbes, Patrick, Bishop of Aberdeen, 1564-1635)

 


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1               Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. (1889) (Author: Arnold, Albert Nicholas, 1814-1883; Ford, David Barnes, 1820-1903)

2               History of Hanover Academy. (1899)

3               Life of John Chrysostom, Based on the Investigations of Neander, Bohringer, and others. (1854) (Author: Perthes, Friedrich Matthaeus; Hovey, Alvah, 1820-1903; Ford, David Barnes, 1820-1903 Subject: John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407)

4               New England's Struggles for Religious Liberty. (1896)

5               Scriptural Evidence of the Deity of Christ. (1860)

6               Studies on the Baptismal Question; including a Review of Dr. Dale’s “Inquiry into the Usage of Baptizo.” (1879)




Ford, John (Presbyterian) (1787-1872)

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1               Catechetical Theology, for Youth: Especially of Bible Classes and Sabbath Schools. (1851)



Reformed Beliefs F

1               A Collection of Hymns and Sacred Poems: In two Parts. (1788)

2               Addresses to the Deity. (1785)

3               Addresses to Young Men. (1795)

4               Ordination Sermons from 1759 to 1776. (Author: Samuel Chandler, William Richards, Thomas Amory, Philip Furneaux, Francis Spilsbury, Samuel Morton Savage, James Fordyce)

5               Sermons to Young Women. (1809)

6               The Eloquence of the Pulpit, An Ordination Sermon. To which is added a Charge. By James Fordyce, Minister at Alloa. The Fourth Edition. (1755)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               An Ecclesiastical History; from the Birth of Christ, to the Present Time. Written in French by Mr. Formey, Secretary to the Academy of Sciences at Berlin. To which is added an Appendix, giving an account of the People called Methodists. By the Translator. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1766)

2               An Ecclesiastical History; from the Birth of Christ, to the Present Time. Written in French by Mr. Formey, Secretary to the Academy of Sciences at Berlin. To which is added an Appendix, giving an account of the People called Methodists. By the Translator. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1766)

 



Forrester, Thomas (Presbyterian) (1635-1706)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               The Hierarchical Bishops' Claim to a Divine Right, Tried at the Scripture Bar or A Consideration of the Pleadings for Prelacy, from Pretended Scriptural Arguments, Presented and Offered by Dr. Scott, in his Book Entitled, ‘The Christian Life’. (1699) (Author: Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706; Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. Full review and examination of Doctor Munor's Scripture-pleadings, upon the point of episcopacy ..; Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. Review and examination of the Scripture-grounds upon which the author of the Survey of Naphtali (supposed to be Mr. Andrew Honyman, Bishop of Orkney) pleads for the lawfulness of the Episcopal office ..
Subject:
Scott, John, 1639-1695; Monro, Alexander, d. 1715; Honyman, Andrew; Episcopacy; Puritans)

 



Foster, Robert Verrall (Presbyterian) (1845-1914)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               A Brief Introduction to the Study of Theology. (1899)

2               A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. (1891)

3               A History of the Methodist Church, South; the United Presbyterian Church; the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and the Presbyterian Church, South, in the United States. (1894) (Author: Alexander, Gross, 1852-1915 History of the Methodist Episcopal church, South; Scouller, James Brown, 1820-1899 History of the United Presbyterian church of North America; Foster, Robert Verrell, 1845-1914 Sketch of the history of the Cumberland Presbyterian church; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936. History of the Southern Presbyterian Church Subject: Methodist Episcopal Church, South; United Presbyterian Church of North America; Cumberland Presbyterian Church; Presbyterian Church in the U.S)

4               Old Testament Studies: An Outline of Old Testament Theology. (1890)

5               Our Doctrines: A Brief Statement of the Position of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church on the Principal Doctrines of the Christian Faith. (1897)

6               The Lord's Prayer: A Study of its Teachings. (microfilm) (1902)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               The Good of a Good Government, and Well Grounded Peace. Opened in a Sermon Preached before the Honorable House of Commons, in Margaret’s Church at Westminster, on December 31, 1645, being the day of their Monthly Fast. By John Foxcroft, One of the Members of the Assembly of Divines. (1645)

 



Foxcroft, Thomas (Congregationalist) (1697-1769)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               American Biographical and Historical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Lives, Characters, and Writings of the most Eminent Persons in North America from its First Settlement, and a Summary of the History of the Several Colonies and the United States. (1832)

2               Elisha Lamenting After the God of Elijah: A Funeral Sermon Preached at Boston, on March 27, 1737. Occasioned by the Death of the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Wadsworth, Late President of Harvard College in Cambridge, and Formerly Pastor of the Old Church in Boston, who Departed this Life on March 16, 1737. (1737)

3               God the Judge, putting down one, and setting up another: A Sermon upon the occasion of the Death of our late Sovereign lord King George I, and the Accession of His present Majesty, King George II, to the British Throne. (1727) (Subject: George I, King of Great Britain, 1660-1727; George II, King of Great Britain, 1683-1760)

4               Grateful Reflections on the Signal Appearances of Divine Providence for Great Britain and its Colonies in America, which diffuse a General Joy: A Sermon Preached in the Old Church in Boston, on October 9, 1760, being the Thanksgiving-Day, on occasion of the Surrender of Montreal, and the complete Conquest of Canada, by the Blessing of Heaven on His Britannic Majesty’s brave troops, under the Auspicious conduct of that truly great and amiable Commander, General Amherst. (microfilm) (1760)

5               The Saints' United Confession, in Disparagement of their Own Righteousness, a Sermon. (1750)

 


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1               A Key to the Prophecies of the Old and New Testament, which are not yet accomplished. Containing, I. Rules for their Arrangement. II. Observations on their Dates. III. A General view of the Events Foretold in them. By Alexander Fraser, A.M., Minister of Kirkhill. (1795)

 



Fraser, Donald (Presbyterian) (1783-1836)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               Sermons on the Method of Salvation through Jesus Christ. (1834)

 



Fraser, Donald (Presbyterian) (1826-1892)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               Autobiography of the Late Donald Fraser, D. D.: And a Selection from his Sermons. (microfilm) (1892)

2               Canada, as I Remember it, and as it is. (microfilm) (1876)

3               Leaves from a Minister’s Portfolio. (1858)

4               Metaphors in the Gospels. A Series of Short Studies. (1885)

5               Synoptical Lectures on the Books of the Holy Scripture. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (Genesis-Habakkuk) (1886)

6               Synoptical Lectures on the Books of the Holy Scripture. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (Zephaniah-Revelation) (1886)

7               The Speeches of the Holy Apostles. (1882)

8               Thomas Chalmers, D. D., LL. D. (1882) (Subject: Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847)

 



Fraser, Donald Allan (Presbyterian) (1793-1845)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               The Faithful Minister of God a Burning and Shining Light: A Sermon, Preached to the Congregation of St. Andrew’s Church, St. John’s Newfoundland, on the Evening of February 16, 1845, being the Sabbath immediately after the Interment of their Late Pastor the Rev. Donald Allan Fraser, A.M. (microfilm) (1845) (Author: Evans, D. D., fl. 1845)

 



Fraser, James (Presbyterian) (1700-1769)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               The Scriptural Doctrine of Sanctification: Being a Critical Exposition and Paraphrase of the Sixth, Seventh, and First Four Verses of the Eighth Chapters of Romans. (1834)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               A Treatise on Justifying Faith. Wherein is Opened the Grounds of Believing, or, the Sinners Sufficient Warrant to take Hold of What is Offered in the Everlasting Gospel. Together with an Appendix concerning the Extent of Christ’s Death, unfolding the Dangerous and Various pernicious Errors that have been vented about it. Written by that Eminent and Learned Servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. James Fraser of Brae, sometime Minister of the Gospel at Culross; while he was Prisoner in the Bass for the Testimony of Jesus Christ. Never Before Printed. (1749)

2               Meditations on Several Subjects in Divinity: Particularly, I. Trusting upon God. II. Hungering and Thirsting after Christ. III. The Power, Evil, and Vileness of Sin. IV. The Combat Between the Flesh and the Spirit. With Several other Subjects, and some Choice Practical Observations throughout the Whole. (1721)

3               Memoirs of the Reverend James Fraser of Brea, A. D. 1639-1699. (1891)

4               Prelacy an Idol, and Prelates Idolaters: All Prelatists, maintainers of, and compliers with Prelacy, charged with Idolatry, and Proven Guilty: A Sermon. (1742)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               Erromanga: The Martyr Isle. (1902) (Author: Robertson, H. A; Fraser, John, 1882-)

2               The Last Martyrs of Eromanga. Being a Memoir of the Rev. George N. Gordon and Ellen Catherine Powell, his Wife. (1863) (Author: Gordon, James Douglas, d. 1872 Subject: Gordon, George Nicol, 1822-1861; Gordon, Ellen Catherine Powell, 1833-1861; Presbyterian Church -- Missions; Missions -- Vanuatu Eromanga)

 



Fraser, Thomas (Presbyterian) (1791-1884)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               Sermons by the Rev. Thomas Fraser, formerly of Lanark and other Places, and left by him as a Memento of his Presence and Labors among Them. (microfilm) (1867)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               A Short History of the Free Churches by J. A. Houlder. (1899)

2               Among the Malagasy: An Unconventional Record of Missionary Experience. (1912) (Author: Houlder, J. A. (John Alden) Subject: Houlder, J. A. (John Alden); Missions -- Madagascar; Missionaries -- Madagascar; Missionaries -- England; Madagascar -- History 1885-1960)

 



Freeman, Kate Benedict (Presbyterian) (1841-1870)

Reformed Beliefs F

1               Memorial of Kate Benedict Freeman. Printed for Private Circulation. (1870)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               Sermons by Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen, First Minister of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in Somerset County, New-Jersey. Translated From the Dutch, and prefaced by a Sketch of the Author’s Life, by Rev. William Demarest. With an Introduction by the Rev. Thomas De Witt, D.D. (1856)



Reformed Beliefs F

1               A Commentary on Ruth: and, Notes upon Jonah. (1868)

2               A Commentary on the Eleven First Verses of the Fourth Chapter of Saint Matthew’s Gospel, Concerning Christ’s Temptations. Delivered in Twelve Sermons, at St. Clement’s Eastcheap, London: By Thomas Fuller, B.D. and Minister of Waltham-Abbey in Essex. (1652)

3               A Pisgah Sight of Palestine. (1869)

4               A Sermon of Reformation, Preached at the Church of the Savoy, Last Fast Day, June 27, 1643. (1643)

5               Abel Redevivus or The Dead Yet Speaking, The Lives and Deaths of the Modern Divines. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1867)

6               Abel Redevivus or The Dead Yet Speaking, The Lives and Deaths of the Modern Divines. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1867)

7               Collected Sermons, 1631-1659. Edited by John Eglington Bailey, and Completed by William E. A. Axon. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1891) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Bailey, John Eglington, 1840-1888; Axon, William Edward Armytage, 1846-1913)

8               Collected Sermons, 1631-1659. Edited by John Eglington Bailey, and Completed by William E. A. Axon. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1891) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Bailey, John Eglington, 1840-1888; Axon, William Edward Armytage, 1846-1913)

9               David's Heinous Sin, Hearty Repentance, Heavy Chastisement. (1869)

10            Good Thoughts in Bad Times and Other Papers. (1863)

11            Memorials of the Life and Works of Thomas Fuller D. D. (1844) (Author: Russell, Arthur Tozer, 1806-1874)

12            The Cause and Cure of a Wounded Conscience. (1867)

13            The Church History of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until the Year 1748. Endeavored by Thomas Fuller. D.D. Prebendary of Sarum, Etc. Etc. A New Edition. With the Author’s Corrections. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1837)

14            The Church History of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until the Year 1748. Endeavored by Thomas Fuller. D.D. Prebendary of Sarum, Etc. Etc. A New Edition. With the Author’s Corrections. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1837)

15            The Church History of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until the Year 1748. Endeavored by Thomas Fuller. D.D. Prebendary of Sarum, Etc. Etc. A New Edition. With the Author’s Corrections. In Three Volumes. Volume 3(1837)

16            The History of the Holy War. (1840)

17            The History of the University of Cambridge from the Conquest to the Year 1634. (1840)

18            The History of the Worthies of England, Endeavored by Thomas Fuller. New Ed., with a Few Explanatory Notes by John Nichols. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1811) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Nichols, John, 1745-1826)

19            The History of the Worthies of England, Endeavored by Thomas Fuller. New Ed., with a Few Explanatory Notes by John Nichols. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1811) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Nichols, John, 1745-1826)

20            The History of the Worthies of England: By Thomas Fuller, D.D. A New Edition. Containing brief Notices of the most Celebrated Worthies of England who have Flourished Since the Time of Fuller; with Explanatory notes and Copious Indexes. By P. Austin Nuttall LL.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1840) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Nuttall, P. Austin)

21            The History of the Worthies of England: By Thomas Fuller, D.D. A New Edition. Containing brief Notices of the most Celebrated Worthies of England who have Flourished Since the Time of Fuller; with Explanatory notes and Copious Indexes. By P. Austin Nuttall LL.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1840) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Nuttall, P. Austin)

22            The History of the Worthies of England: By Thomas Fuller, D.D. A New Edition. Containing brief Notices of the most Celebrated Worthies of England who have Flourished Since the Time of Fuller; with Explanatory notes and Copious Indexes. By P. Austin Nuttall LL.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1840) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Nuttall, P. Austin)

23            The Holy State and the Profane State. (1841)

24            The Infants' Advocate. Of Circumcision and Baptism on Jewish, Christian Children. (1653)

25            The Life of Thomas Fuller, with notices of his Books, his Kinsmen, and his Friends. (1874) (Author: Bailey, John Eglington, 1840-1888)

26            The Life, Times, and Writings of Thomas Fuller, D.D., the Church Historian, by Rev. Morris Joseph Fuller, M.A., Rector of Ryburgh, and Descendent. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1886)

27            The Life, Times, and Writings of Thomas Fuller, D.D., the Church Historian, by Rev. Morris Joseph Fuller, M.A., Rector of Ryburgh, and Descendent. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1886)

28            The Lives of British Historians. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Lawrence, Eugene, 1823-1894) (v. 1. The early historians. Sir Walter Raleigh. William Camden. Edward Hyde, earl of Clarendon. Gilbert Burnet, bishop of Salisbury. Thomas Fuller. Lawrence Echard. Robert Brady. John Oldmixon. Thomas Carte. William Robertson. George, lord Lyttelton. Tobias Smollett.)

29            The Lives of British Historians. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Author: Lawrence, Eugene, 1823-1894) (v. 2. David Hume. Rapin de Thoyras. Catherine Macaulay. James Ralph. James Macpherson. Nathaniel Hooks. Adam Ferguson. Edward Gibbon. Robert Orme. Oliver Goldsmith. Charles James Fox. Fragmentary historians.)

30            The Poems and Translations into Verse: (Including Fifty Nine Hitherto Unpublished Epigrams) of Thomas Fuller, D.D. And his much-wished Form of Prayer; for the first time Collected and Edited with Introduction and Notes. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, Liverpool. Printed for Private Circulation. 100 Copies only. (1868) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Grosart, Alexander Balloch, 1827-1899)

31            The Wit and Wisdom of Thomas Fuller, with a Brief Biography. (1886)

32            Wise Words and Quaint Counsels of Thomas Fuller, Selected and Arranged, with a Short Sketch of the Author’s Life. (1892) (Author: Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Jessopp, Augustus, 1823-1914)

 


Reformed Beliefs F

1               A Short Survey of the Grand Case of the Present Ministry, whether they may Lawfully Subscribe and Declare as by the Act of Uniformity is required. And the several Cases thence arising, Especially about the Covenant. By some Comfortable Nonconformists. (1663)

2               Agreement betwixt the Present and the Former Government: or, A Discourse of this Monarchy, whether Elective or Hereditary? Also, of Abdication, Vacancy, Interregnum, Present Possession of the Crown, and the Reputation of the Church of England. With an Answer to Objections, thence arising, against taking the new Oath of Allegiance. For the satisfaction of the Scrupulous. By a Divine of the Church of England, the Author of a little tract, entitled, “Obedience Due to the Present King, notwithstanding our Oaths to the Former.” (1689) (Author: Francis Fullwood , Daniel Whitby) (Notes: Ascribed to Francis Fullwood, also to Daniel Whitby. cf. Halkett and Laing, Dict. of anon. and pseud. lit. In Catalogus bibl. Bodleianae, 1843, the tract "Obedience" [etc.] is entered anonymously, and the present tract is not mentioned.)

3               The Pillars of Rome Broken: Wherein All the Several Pleas for the Pope's Authority in England, with all the Material Defenses of them, as they have been urged by Romanists from the Beginning of our Reformation to this day, are revised and Answered.  To Which is subjoined a Seasonable Alarm to all sorts of Englishmen, against Popery, both from their Oaths and their Interests. By Francis Fullwood, D.D., Archdeacon of Totnes in Devon. A New Edition Revised by Charles Hardwick, M.A., fellow of St. Catharine’s Hall, Cambridge. (1847)

 


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