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Reformed Beliefs G continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including such genres as Presbyterian, Dutch Reformed, French Reformed, Puritans, Anglican, and German Reformed.


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Galbraith, Robert Christy (Presbyterian) (1832-?)

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1               The History of the Chillicothe Presbytery, from its Organization in 1799 to 1899. (1899)

 


Gammon, Samuel Rhea (Presbyterian) (fl. 1899-1909)

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1               The Evangelical Invasion of Brazil: or, A Half Century of Evangelical Missions in the Land of the Southern Cross. (1910)

 



Ganse, Hervey Doddridge (Dutch Reformed – R.C.A.) (1822-1891)

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1               Bible Slaveholding not Sinful: A Reply to “Slaveholding not Sinful, by Samuel B. How, D.D.” By H. D. Ganse, Minister of the Reformed Dutch Church, Freehold, N.J. (1856) (Author: Ganse, Hervey Doddridge, 1822-1891)

2               Every Sabbath: A New Collection of Music adapted to the Wants and Capacities of Sunday-Schools, the Home Circle, and Devotional Gatherings. (1874) (Author: O'Kane, T. C. (Tullius Clinton), 1830-1912; Bickersteth, Edward Henry, 1825-1906; Williams, Dwight, 1824-1898; Upham, Thomas Cogswell, 1799-1872; Punshon, William Morley, 1824-1881; Brown, J. W. (John Walker), 1814-1849; Graley, Alfred A; Towne, T. Martin (Thomas Martin), 1835-1911 or 12; Clark, James G. (James Gowdy), 1830-1897; Holland, J. G. (Josiah Gilbert), 1819-1881; Kieffer, J. M; Colby, Mary; Latimer, Faith; Thomson, Annie H; Bugbee, Emily J; Caffrey, G. W; Webster, L. C; Neal, Tom C; Castle, J. M; Bryer, D. E; Stowe, George; Martin, S. Wesley, b. 1839; Davies, W. J; Kittridge, Walter; Hartzler, H. B; Herbert, Annie; Cora; Carter, S. D; Dwight, E; Lloyd, D. Hayden; McDonald, William; Munson, H. D; Anderson, J. H; Hook, Albert; Frybarger, J; Wells, M. M; Halloway; Stallard, J. M; Metcalf, Frank J. (Frank Johnson), 1865-1945; Ganse, H. D. (Hervey Doddridge), 1822-1891; John Church Company, pbl)

3               Poems and Hymns. (1892)

4               The Christian Sabbath: Its History, Authority, Duties, Benefits, and Civil Relations. (1863) (Author: Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis), 1807-1877; Hague, William, 1808-1887; Ganse, H. D. (Hervey Doddridge), 1822-1891)

 



Garden, James (1647-1726)

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1               Comparative Theology or The True and Solid Grounds of Pure and Peaceable Theology. A Subject very Necessary, Though Hitherto almost Wholly Neglected. Proposed in a University Discourse. And now Translated from the Printed Latin Copy, with some Few Enlargements by the Author. (1752)

 


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1               A Brief and Clear Confession of the Christian Faith; Containing One Hundred Articles According to the Order of the Apostles' Creed: Written by that Learned and Godly Martyr, John Hooper, sometime Bishop of Gloucester. Imprinted at London by Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queen’s most excellent Majesty. 1584. (1810)

 


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1               A Moral Proof of the Certainty of a Future State. (1725)

2               The Christian Institutes; or, The Sincere Word of God. Being a plain and impartial Account of the Whole Faith and Duty of a Christian. Collected out of the Writings of the Old and New Testament. Digested under proper heads, and Delivered in the Words of Scripture. By the Right Reverend, Francis, Late Lord Bishop of Chester. The Fourteenth Edition. (1812)

3               Historical Notes of the Diocese of Chester, By the Right Rev. Francis Gastrell, D.D. Lord Bishop of Chester. Now First printed from the Original Manuscript, with Illustrative and Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. F. R. Raines, M.A. F.S.A., Rural Dean, Honorary Canon of Manchester, and Incumbent of Milnrow. (Vol. I.) (1845)

4               Historical Notes of the Diocese of Chester, By the Right Rev. Francis Gastrell, D.D. Lord Bishop of Chester. Now First printed from the Original Manuscript, with Illustrative and Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. F. R. Raines, M.A. F.S.A., Rural Dean, Honorary Canon of Manchester, and Incumbent of Milnrow. (Vol. II – Part I.) (1849)

5               Historical Notes of the Diocese of Chester, By the Right Rev. Francis Gastrell, D.D. Lord Bishop of Chester. Now First printed from the Original Manuscript, with Illustrative and Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. F. R. Raines, M.A. F.S.A., Rural Dean, Honorary Canon of Manchester, and Incumbent of Milnrow. (Vol. II – Part II.) (1850)

6               Historical Notes of the Diocese of Chester, By the Right Rev. Francis Gastrell, D.D. Lord Bishop of Chester. Now First printed from the Original Manuscript, with Illustrative and Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. F. R. Raines, M.A. F.S.A., Rural Dean, Honorary Canon of Manchester, and Incumbent of Milnrow. (Vol. II – Part III.) (1850)

7               The Bishop of Chester's Case, with Relation to the Wardenship of Manchester, In which is Shown, that no Other Degrees but such as are Taken in the University, can be Deemed Legal Qualifications for Any Ecclesiastical Preferment in England. (1721)

8               Some Considerations Concerning the Trinity: And Ways of Managing That Controversy. (1696)

9               The Certainty and Necessity of Religion in General: or, The First Grounds and Principles of human duty established; In Eight Sermons Preached at Saint Martin’s in the Fields at the Lecture for the year 1697, founded by the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esquire. (1703)

10            The Principles of Deism Truly Represented, and set in a clear Light. In Two Dialogues between a Skeptic and a Deist. The first concerning the Christian Revelation: The Second concerning Natural Religion. The Fifth Edition. (1729)

11            The Religious Education of Poor Children Recommended. (1707)

 


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1               Christian Constancy Crowned by Christ, a Funeral Sermon, Preached at the Burial of W. Winter. (1624)

2               Marriage Duties Briefly Couched Together. (1620)

3               Jeroboam's Son's Decease: A Funeral Sermon, on Part of I Kings 14:17. (1627)

4               The Meditations of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Newly Translated from the Greek. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1749)

5               The Meditations of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Newly Translated from the Greek. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1749)

6               Two Funeral Sermons, much of one and the same Subject, to wit, the Benefit of Death. (1620)

 


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1               Geneva and Jerusalem.  The Gospel at Length Preached to the Jews, and Their Restoration at Hand. A Discourse Delivered at a Missionary Meeting at Geneva, on March 12, 1843. By Louis Gaussen, Professor of Divinity. With an Introduction by the Rev. E. Bickersteth, A.M. (1844)

2               Geneva and Rome. Rome Papal as Portrayed by Prophecy and History. A Discourse addressed to the Students of the Theological School at Geneva. By Louis Gaussen, Professor of Divinity. With an Introduction by the Rev. E. Bickersteth, A.M., Rector of Watton, Herts. (1844)

3               Lessons for the Young on the Six Days of Creation. By Louis Gaussen, D.D., Geneva. With Introductory notice by John Robson. (1860)

4               The Canon of the Holy Scriptures from the Double Point of View of Science and of Faith. (1863)

5               The Prophet Daniel, Considered in a Series of Lessons, for a Sunday-School. Translated from the French. (1810)

6               The Prophet Daniel Explained in a series of readings for Young Persons. By the Late Professor Gaussen of Geneva. Translated by Margaret Blackstone. (1873)

7               The World's Birthday: A Book for the Young. (1880)

8               Theopneustia. The Bible: Its Divine Origin and Inspiration, Deduced from Internal Evidence and the Testimonies of Nature, History, and Science. (1867)

 



Geary, Edward Ratchford (Presbyterian) (1811-1886)

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1               Memorial of Edward R. Geary, D. D., Late of Eugene City, Oregon: Containing Biographical Sketches, Memorial Discourse, and Tributes of Respect. (1887)

 



Geaves, William (fl. 1659-1679)

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1               The Ecclesiastical History of France. From the First Plantation of Christianity there, until this Time: Describing the most Notable Church-Matters: The several Councils held in France, with their principal Canons: The most Famous Men, and most Learned Writers, and the Books they have Written, with many Eminent French Popes, Cardinals, Prelates, Pastors, and Lawyers: A Description of their Universities with their Founders: An impartial account of the State of the Reformed Churches in France: and the Civil Wars there for Religion: With an exact Succession of the French Kings. (1676)

2               The History of the Church of Great Britain, from the Birth of Our Savior, until the Year of Our Lord, 1667: With an exact Succession of the Bishops and the Memorable acts of many of them: Together with an addition of all the English Cardinals and the several Orders of English Monks, Friars, and Nuns in former ages. (1674)

 



Geddes, William (1630-1694)

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1               The Saint's Recreation upon the Estate of Grace, Containing and Methodically Delineating a Christian's Progress, Privileges, Comforts, and Duties, Beginning at Conversion: Describing also the Blessed Redeemer Jesus, both Absolutely and Comparatively: and All these in Spiritual Hymns and Songs: Together with a Plain Paraphrase upon the Margin, Confirming All by Scriptures, and Explaining Difficulties. By Mr. William Geddes, Minister of the Gospel first at Wick in Caithness, and after at Urquhart in Murray. The Second Edition carefully corrected and revised. To which are added, a Supplement of Fifteen select Poems, on Divine subjects, from other approved Authors at the end. (1753)

 


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1               John Geddie: Hero of the New Hebrides. (1915) (Author: Falconer, James W. (James William), 1868-1956)

2               Memoirs of the Rev. S. F. Johnston, the Rev. J. W. Matheson, and Mrs. Mary Johnston Matheson, Missionaries to Tanna. With Selections from their Diaries and Correspondence, and notices of the New Hebrides, their Inhabitants, and Missionary work among them. (1864) (Author: Patterson, George, 1824-1897 Subject: Johnston, Samuel Fulton, 1830-1861; Matheson, John William, 1832-1862; Matheson, Mary Geddie Johnston, 1837-1862)

3               Missionary Life among the Cannibals: Being the Life of the Rev. John Geddie, First Missionary to the New Hebrides, with a History of the Nova Scotia Presbyterian Mission, on that group. (1882) (Author: Patterson, George, 1824-1897)

 


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1               An Essay Toward the Amendment of the Last English Translation of the Bible or A Proof by Many Instances, that the Last Translation of the Bible into English may be Improved: The First Part on the Pentateuch, or Five Books of Moses. By Robert Gell, D.D., Minister of the Parish of St. Mary, London. (1659)

 


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1               A Brief Inquiry into the Causes of the Poetic Element in the Scottish Mind: Being a Lecture delivered before the Christian Young Men's Association of the city of Kingston. (microfilm) (1857)

2               An Address delivered at the Opening of Queen's College, 1853. (microfilm) (1853)

3               An Address delivered on April 5, 1855, Before the Senatus and Students of Queen's College on Conferring the Degree of Doctor of Medicine. (microfilm) (1855)

4               An Address to those who have been Baptized in Infancy and who have not yet Joined themselves to the Church by Partaking of the Sacramental Supper. (microfilm) (1841)

5               Christ Crucified: A Sermon Preached before the Presbytery of Toronto, on Feb. 7, 1837, by previous appointment of the Presbytery, and Published at their request. (microfilm) (1837)

6               Moral Courage: An Address delivered at the Opening of the Fifteenth Session of the University of Queen's College, Canada. (microfilm) (1856)

7               The Duty of Subjects to their Rulers, with a Special View to the Present Times: A Sermon Preached in the Presbyterian Church of Scarborough, on a day of Thanksgiving and now Published by the request of the Congregation. (microfilm) (1838)

8               The Field and the Men for it: An Address to the Divinity Students of Queen's College, Kingston, at the Close of the Session, 1859-1860. (microfilm) (1860)

9               The Good Old Way: A Sermon Preached at the Opening of the New Presbyterian Church, Scarborough, on Sunday, Feb. 3, 1850. (1850) (microfilm)

10            The Mission of Great Britain to the World, or Some Lessons which she is now Teaching. A Lecture delivered at Stratford. (microfilm) (1867)

11            The Relation between Piety and Intellectual Labor: An Address delivered at the Opening of the Fourteenth Session of the Queen's College. (microfilm) (1855)

12            The Sabbath School of the Fireside and the Sabbath School of the Congregation as it Ought to Be. (microfilm) (1859)

13            The Value of Earnestness: An Address delivered at the Opening of the Thirteenth Session of the University of Queen's College. (microfilm) (1854)

14            Thoughts on High Themes: Being a Collection of Sermons from the Manuscripts of the Late Rev. James George. (microfilm) (1874)

15            What is Civilization? A Lecture delivered in the City Hall, with the View of Aiding to Raise a Bursary Fund. (microfilm) (1859)

 


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1               A Compendious View of the Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion; Being the Substance of Lectures read in the University and King’s College of Aberdeen. By Alexander and Gilbert Gerard, D.D., Late Professors of Divinity, and Chaplains in Ordinary for Scotland to his Late Majesty. (1828)

2               An Essay on Genius. By Alexander Gerard, D.D. Professor of Divinity in King’s College, Aberdeen. (1774)

3               An Essay on Taste. (1759) Together with Observations concerning the Imitative Nature of Poetry by Alexander Gerard. A Facsimile Reproduction of the Third Edition (1780) with an Introduction by Walter J. Hipple, Jr. (1963)

4               Dissertations on Subjects Relating to the Genius and the Evidences of Christianity. (1766)

5               The Pastoral Care. (1799)

 


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1               Katadynasths: Might Overcoming Right: or, A Clear Answer to Mr. John Goodwin's Might and Right Well Met. That the Action of the Army in Secluding many Parliament men from the place of their Discharge of Trust, and the Imprisoning of some of them, is neither Defensible by the rules of Solid Reason, nor Religion. By John Geree, M.A. and Pastor of Faith’s under Paul’s in London. (1649)

 


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1               Life of the Rev. Calvin S. Gerhard, D. D. Edited by the Rev. Thomas W. Dickert, A.M., Pastor St. Stephen’s Reformed Church, Reading, Pennsylvania. (1904) (Author: Dickert, Thomas Wilson, 1869- [from old catalog] ed)

 


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1               Historical Manual of the Reformed Church in the United States. By Joseph Henry Dubbs, D.D. (1885) (Author: Dubbs, J.H. (Joseph Henry), 1838-1910)

2               History and Genius of the Heidelberg Catechism. By J. W. Nevin, D.D., Professor of Theology in the Seminary of the German Reformed Church, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania. (1847) (Author: Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886

3               History of the Reformed Church in the United States, 1725-1792. (1899) (Author: Good, James I. (James Isaac), 1850-1924)

4               History of the Reformed Church in the U. S. in the Nineteenth Century. (1911) (Author: Good, James I. (James Isaac), 1850-1924)

5               Minutes and Letters of the Coetus of the German Reformed Churches of 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)

6               Psalms and Hymns, for use of the German Reformed Church in the United States of America. (1845)

7               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1857) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

8               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1872) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

9               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1872) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

10            The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1872) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

11            The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1881) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

12            The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1888) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

13            The Heidelberg Catechism, in German, Latin, and English: With a Historical Introduction. Prepared and Published by the Direction of the German Reformed Church in the United States of America. Tercentenary Edition. (1863)

 


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1               A Display of the Fraudulent and Gross Abuses Committed upon the Secession-Testimony, in a late Publication, Entitled “The Re-exhibition of the Testimony: Containing some Strictures upon Persecution and Toleration.” (1780)

2               A Warning against Countenancing the Ministrations of Mr. George Whitefield. Published in the New Church at Bristow, upon Sabbath, June 6, 1742. Together with an Appendix upon the same Subject, Wherein are shown, that Mr. Whitfield is no Minister of Jesus Christ; that his Call and Coming to Scotland are Scandalous; that his Practice is disorderly, and fertile of Disorder; that his whole Doctrine is, and his Success must be, diabolical; so that People ought to avoid him, from Duty to God, to the Church, to themselves, to Fellow-Men, to Posterity, and to him. By Adam Gib, Minister of the Gospel at Edinburgh. (1742)

3               Kaina Ka Palaia: Sacred Contemplations: In Three Parts. I. A View of the Covenant of Works; In its Natural State, as common to all Mankind,--and in its Positive State, as peculiar to our First Parents: Discovering the Singular Goodness of God, in that Positive State. II. A View of the Covenant of Grace; in the Establishment of it from Eternity, the Accomplishment of it in Time, and the Effect of it through Eternity. III. A View of the Absolute and Immediate Dependence of all things on God; In a Discourse concerning Liberty and Necessity. To which is added, an Appendix, Containing Explications of some Difficulties in the Work. By Adam Gib, Minister of the Gospel; Edinburgh. (1788)

 


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1               A History of old Pine Street: Being the Record of One Hundred and Forty Years in the Life of a Colonial Church, with Seventy-Two full-page Illustrations. (1905)

 


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1               The Year of Grace: A History of the Revival in Ireland, A. D. 1859. With an Introduction by Rev. Baron Stow, D.D. (1860)

 



Gill, William (Anglican) (1813-1878)

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1               Gems from the Coral Island. Western Polynesia: Comprising; The New Hebrides Group. The Loyalty Group. New Caledonia Group. By the Rev. William Gill, Barotonga. (1855)

2               Gems from the Coral Islands: or, Incidents of Contrast between Savage and Christian Life of the South Sea Islanders. By the Rev. William Gill, Barotonga. Eastern Polynesia: Comprising; The Rarotonga Group, Penrhyn Islands, and Savage Island. (1855)

3               Selections from the Autobiography of the Rev. William Gill, being Chiefly a Record of his Life as a Missionary in the South Sea Islands. (1880)

 


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1               A Dispute against the English Popish Ceremonies, Obtruded upon the Church of Scotland. Wherein, Not only our Arguments against the same are strongly confirmed, but likewise the Answers and Defenses of our Opposites, such as; Hooker, Mortoune, Burges, Sprint, Paybody, Andrewes, Saravia, Tilen, Spotswood, Lindsey, Forbesse, Etc. particularly confuted. (1637)

2               A Dispute against the English Popish Ceremonies, Obtruded upon the Church of Scotland. (1662)

3               A Sermon Preached Before the Right Honorable House of Lords in the Abby Church at Westminster, on August 27, 1645. Before the day appointed for solemn and public humiliation. Whereunto is added; A Brotherly Examination of some Passages of Mr. Coleman’s late Printed Sermon upon Job 11:20. In which he has endeavored to strike at the root of all Church-Government. (1645)

4               A Treatise of Miscellany Questions: Wherein Many useful Questions and Cases of Conscience are discussed and resolved: For the satisfaction of those, who desire nothing more, then to search for and find out precious Truths, in the Controversies of these Times. By Mr. George Gillespie, late Minister at Edinburgh. Published by Mr. Patrick Gillespie, Minister at Glasgow. (1649)

5               Aaron's Rod Blossoming: or, The Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated, So as the present Erastian Controversy concerning the distinction of Civil and Ecclesiastical Government, Excommunication, and Suspension, is fully debated and discussed, from the Holy Scripture, from the Jewish and Christian Antiquities, from the consent of latter Writers, from the true nature and rights of Magistracy, and from the groundlessness of the chief Objections made against the Presbyterial Government in point of a domineering arbitrary unlimited power. By George Gillespie, Minister at Edinburgh. Published by Authority. (1646)

6               Aaron's Rod Blossoming: or, The Divine Ordinance of Church Government Vindicated. By George Gillespie, Minister at Edinburgh. (1844)

7               An Assertion of the Government of the Church of Scotland, in the Points of Ruling Elders, and the Authority of Presbyteries and Synods. With a Postscript in answer to a Treatise lately published against Presbyterial Government. (1641)

8               A Useful Case of Conscience Discussed and Resolved Concerning Associations and Confederacies with Unbelievers. (1649)

9               Testimony-bearing Exemplified: A Collection. Containing, I. Gillespie against Association with Malignants; together with the Causes of God’s Wrath, agreed upon by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, met at Edinburgh, October, 1651. II. The Informatory Vindication; to which is subjoined, a Collection of Excellent Laws, (or Eschol Grapes) in favor of our Covenanted Reformation. To which is added, A Declaration of the Assembly, July, 1648, concerning the present danger of Religion. Also, A Seasonable Warning concerning the present imminent Dangers, and Duties relating thereto, by the Assembly, July 27, 1649. (1791) (Author: Henderson, Thomas, fl. 1791; Gillespie, George, 1613-1648; Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. Useful case of conscience discussed and resolved, concerning associations ... with ... enemies of Truth and Godliness)

10            The Presbyterian's Armory. In Three Volumes. Works of Mr. George Gillespie. Volume 1 (1846)

11            The Presbyterian's Armory. In Three Volumes. Works of Mr. George Gillespie. Volume 2 (1846)

12            The Works of George Gillespie. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1846) (Author: Gillespie, George, 1613-1648; Hetherington, W. M. (William Maxwell), 1803-1865 [Contributor])

 


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1               The Ark of the Covenant Opened or A Treatise of the Covenant of Redemption between God and Christ, as the Foundation of the Covenant of Grace. : The Second Part. Wherein is Proved that there is such a Covenant, the Necessity of it, the Nature, Properties, Parties thereof, The Tenor articles, Subject matter of Redemption, The Commands, Conditions, and Promises Annexed, The Harmony of the Covenant of Suretiship made with Christ, and the Covenant of Reconciliation made with Sinners, wherein they Agree, Wherein they Differ, Grounds of Comfort from the Covenant of Suretiship. (1677)

2               Treasury of the Scottish Covenant. By Rev. John C. Johnston, Dunoon. (1887)

3               University of Glasgow, Old and New. Edited by William Stewart, M.A., D.D., Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism. (1891)

 


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1               Ancient Cities and Empires: Their Prophetic Doom, Read in the Light of History and Modern Research. (1867) (Subject: History, Ancient; Ammon -- History; Babylon (Extinct city) -- History; Damascus (Syria) -- History; Egypt -- History; Jerusalem -- History; Moab; Nineveh (Extinct city); Petra (Extinct city) -- History; Samaria Region -- History; Sidon -- History; Tyre (Lebanon) -- History; Turkey -- History; Assyria -- History and antiquities; Philistia -- History)

2               God in Human Thought: or, Natural Theology traced in Literature, Ancient and Modern, to the Time of Bishop Butler. With a closing chapter on the moral system, and an English bibliography, from Spenser to Butler. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1874)

3               History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1864)

4               History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1864)

5               Life Lessons in the School of Christian Duty. (1864)

6               “Pictorial Life,” or, Man's Life: Setting forth his Nature, Views, Harmonies and Contrasts, Virtues and Vices, Restraints, Temptations, Remedies, Victories, Responsibilities to himself, his fellow man, and his Savior, for time and Eternity: “A Life Study”, some portions of the book a child may understand, there are others which a man may study with increasing interest and profit all his life. (microfilm) (1870)

7               Thanksgiving Sermon: Preached in the Presbyterian Church at Harlem, on November 27, 1862. (1863)

8               The First Church, Orange, New Jersey. One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary, November 24 and 25, 1869. Memorial. (1870) (Introduction.--Sermon, by Rev. E. Mix, pastor.--Inauguration of mural tablet, by Rev. W. H. Green.--Historical discourse, by Rev. E. H. Gillett.--Poem, by A. D. F. Randolph.--Rev. James Hoyt, with recollections of his pastorate, by Stephen Wickes.)

9               The Life and Times of John Huss: or, The Bohemian Reformation of the Fifteenth Century. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1863)

10            The Life and Times of John Huss: or, The Bohemian Reformation of the Fifteenth Century. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1863)

11            The Moral System, with a Historical and Critical Introduction. Having Special Reference to Bishop Butler's “Analogy.” Designed as a Textbook for Academies and Colleges. (1874)

12            The Speech of Mr. John Checkley, upon his Trial at Boston. In 1724. With an Introduction by Rev. E. H. Gillett, D.D., of Harlem, N. Y. (1868)

13            Theory of the Moral System: Including a Possible Reason why Sin Exists. (1855)

 


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1               Historical Collections relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the Gospel, and Eminent            Instruments Employed in Promoting it. Compiled by John Gilles, One of the Ministers of         Glasgow. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1754)

2               Historical Collections relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the Gospel, and Eminent            Instruments Employed in Promoting it. Compiled by John Gilles, One of the Ministers of         Glasgow. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1754)

3               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 Re. Horatius Bonar, Kelso. (1845) (Author: Gillies,   John, 1712-1796; Bonar, Horatius, 1808-1889)

4               Memoirs of the Life of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A., Late Chaplain to the Right             Honorable the Countess of Huntington: In which every Circumstance worthy of Notice, both in                 his Private and Public Character, is recorded. Faithfully selected from his Original Papers,        Journals, and Letters. Illustrated by a Variety of interesting and entertaining Anecdotes, from             the best Authorities. To which are added, A Particular account of his Death and Funeral; and               Extracts from the Sermons, which were Preached on that Occasion. Compiled by the Rev. John                Gillies, D.D. (1772) (Subject: Whitefield, George, 1714-1770)

5               Sermons and Essays: by the Late Rev. Mr. John M'Laurin, One of the Ministers of Glasgow.         Published from the Author's Manuscripts, by John Gillies, one of the Ministers of Glasgow. To         which is prefixed, some account of the Life and Character of the Author. (1811) (Author:         Maclaurin, John, 1693-1754; Gillies, John, 1712-1796)

6               The Psalms of David, with Notes Devotional and Practical, referring to the New Testament;     Extracted (with very little alteration) from Dr. Horne's, 'Commentary on the Book of Psalms,' by                the Late pious and learned John Gillies, D.D., Minister in the Blackfriars (or College) Church,   Glasgow. (1829) (With this is bound: Translations and paraphrases, in verse, of several passages            of sacred scripture / Collected and prepared by a Committee of the General Assembly of the                 Church of Scotland, in order to be sung in churches (Edinburgh : Printed by Sir D. Hunter Blair   and M.T. Bruce, 1829))

 

7               The Works of the Rev. John Maclaurin. Edited by W. H. Goold, D.D., Edinburgh. In Two Volumes.                Volume 1 (1860) (Author: Maclaurin, John, 1693-1754; Goold, William H; Gillies, John, 1712-  1796. Some account of the life and character of Maclaurin) (I. Preface by the Editor. II. Some                 account of the Life and Character of Maclaurin, by his Son-in-Law, John Gillies, D.D. III.      Supplementary Notes by the Editor. IV. Six Sermons. V. Essays. 1. On Prejudices Against the          Gospel. 2. on the Scripture Doctrine of Divine Grace.)

8               The Works of the Rev. John Maclaurin. Edited by W. H. Goold, D.D., Edinburgh. In Two Volumes.                Volume 2 (1860) (Author: Maclaurin, John, 1693-1754; Goold, William H; Gillies, John, 1712-  1796. Some account of the life and character of Maclaurin) (I. Essay on Christian Piety. II. Essay          on Prophecies relating to the Messiah. III. Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Happiness. IV.                Notes on Sermons.)

                 


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1               An Address on Behalf of the Society for the Relief of Superannuated Ministers and the Indigent Families of Deceased Ministers of the Synod of South Carolina. (1858)

2               Calvinism and Evangelical Arminianism: Compared as to Election, Reprobation, Justification, and Related Doctrines. (1890)

3               Conscience and Civil Government: An Oration Delivered Before the Society of Alumni of the College of Charleston on Commencement Day, March 27, 1860. (1860)

4               Discussions of Philosophical Questions. (1900) (Author: Girardeau, John Lafayette, 1825-1898. [from old catalog]; Blackburn, George Andrew, 1861- [from old catalog] ed)

5               Dr. Girardeau's Anti-Evolution: The Logic of his Reply. (1889) (Author: Martin, James L; Girardeau, John Lafayette, 1825-1898)

6               Instrumental Music in the Public Worship of the Church. (1888)

7               Obituary of Mrs. Eliza Leland, Consort of Rev. A. W. Lealand, D. D., Professor of Theology in the Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina, and Epitaphs from the Burial Place. (1857)

8               Sermons by John L. Girardeau D. D., LL.D., Late Professor in the Theological Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina. (1907) (Author: Girardeau, John L. (John Lafayette), 1825-1898; Blackburn, George A. (George Andrew), 1861-1918)

9               The Life Work of John L. Girardeau, D. D., LL.D.: Late Professor in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina. (1916) (Author: Blackburn, George A. (George Andrew), 1861-1918)


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1               A Treatise on the Lord's Supper (1883)

2               Christian Songs: to which is prefixed, the Evidence and Import of Christ’s Resurrection versified, for the help of the Memory (1787)

3               The Testimony of the King of Martyrs concerning His Kingdom: Explained and Illustrated in Scripture Light from John 18:36, 37 (1776)

4               The Works of Mr. John Glas. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1761)

5               The Works of Mr. John Glas. In Two Volumes. Volume 1-2 (1761)

6               The Works of Mr. John Glas. In Two Volumes. Volume 3-4 (1761)

 


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1               Christian Weapons not Carnal but Spiritual: A Sermon, Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, in the City of Baltimore, Oct. 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) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC Subject: Breckenridge, John, Rev)

 


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1               A Collection of Tracts Concerning Predestination and Providence, and the Other Points Depending on Them. (1719) (Author: John Plaifere, Christopher Potter, Laurence Womock, Thomas Goad, and Louis Chéron)

 


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1               Jewish Antiquities: or, A Course of Lectures on the Three First Books of Godwin’s Moses and Aaron. To which is annexed, A Dissertation on the Hebrew Language. By the Late Rev. David Jennings, D.D. A New Edition. (1825) (Author: Jennings, David. [from old catalog]; Furneaux, Philip, 1726-1783, Ed Subject: Godwin, Thomas, d. 1642; Bible; Jews)

2               Moses and Aaron: Civil and Ecclesiastical Rites, Used by the Ancient Hebrews; Observed and at Large Opened, for the clearing of many Obscure Texts throughout the whole Scripture. Which Texts are now added to the end of the book. Wherein likewise is shown what Customs the Hebrews Borrowed from the Heathen People: And that many Heathenish customs, originally, have been Unwarrantable Imitations of the Hebrews. The Eighth Edition. By Thomas Godwyn, B.D. (1662)

3               Roman History: An English Exposition of the Roman Antiquities: Wherein many Roman and English Offices are paralleled, and divers obscure Phrases Explained. (1680)

 


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1               Calabar and its Mission. (1901) (Author: Goldie, Hugh; Dean, J. T. (John Taylor), b. 1866
Subject:
Missions -- Nigeria Calabar)

2               George Paull of Benita, West Africa: A Memoir. (1872) (Author: Wilson, Samuel, 1804-1889
Subject:
Paull, George, 1837-1865; Missions)

3               History of the Conquest of Peru. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1904) (Author: Prescott, William Hickling, 1796-1859; Kirk, John Foster, 1824-1904 Subject: Incas; Indians of South America -- Peru; Peru -- History Conquest, 1522-1548)

4               History of the Conquest of Peru. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1904) (Author: Prescott, William Hickling, 1796-1859; Kirk, John Foster, 1824-1904 Subject: Incas; Indians of South America -- Peru; Peru -- History Conquest, 1522-1548)

5               History of the Conquest of Peru. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1904) (Author: Prescott, William Hickling, 1796-1859; Kirk, John Foster, 1824-1904 Subject: Incas; Indians of South America -- Peru; Peru -- History Conquest, 1522-1548)

6               History of the Foreign Missions of the Secession and United Presbyterian Church. (1867) (Author: John M'Kerrow)

7               Lives of Ebenezer Erskine, William Wilson, and Thomas Gillespie, Fathers of the United Presbyterian Church. By the Revs. James Harper, D.D., John Eadie, L.L.D., and William Lindsay, D.D., Professors of Theology to the United Presbyterian Church. (1849) (Author: Harper, James, 1795-1879; Eadie, John Subject: Erskine, Ebenezer, 1680-1754; Wilson, William; Gillespie, Thomas)

8               Memoir of King Eyo VII of Old Calabar - A Christian King of Africa (1894)

9               Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Bart. With an Inquiry into the Results of Emancipation.  (1872) (Author: Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845; Buxton, Charles, 1822-1871 Subject: Slaves -- West Indies, British Emancipation)

10            Modern Missions and Culture: Their Mutual Relations. Translated from the German by Thomas Smith, D.D. (1883) (Author: Gustav Warneck)

11            Primitive Culture: Researches into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy, Religion, Language, Art, and Custom. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1920) (Author: Tylor, Edward Burnett, Sir, 1832-1917 Subject: Prehistoric peoples; Animism; Mythology; Civilization)

12            Primitive Culture: Researches into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy, Religion, Language, Art, and Custom. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1920) (Author: Tylor, Edward Burnett, Sir, 1832-1917 Subject: Prehistoric peoples; Animism; Mythology; Civilization)

13            The African Slave Trade and its Remedy. (1840) (Author: Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845; Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845. African slave trade; Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884, former owner; Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879, former owner; Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa)

14            The Bible of Every Land. (1860) (Author: Samuel Bagster and Sons)

15            The Gospel to the Africans; a Narrative of the Life and Labors of the Rev. William Jameson to Jamaica and Old Calabar. (1862) (Author: Robb, Alexander Subject: Jameson, William, 1807-1847; Missions -- Calabar, Nigeria)

16            The History of America. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1800) (Author: Robertson, William)

17            The History of America. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1800) (Author: Robertson, William)

18            The History of America. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1801) (Author: Robertson, William)

19            The History of Missions: or, Of the Propagation of Christianity among the Heathen, since the Reformation. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1816) (Author: Brown, William; Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832)

20            The History of Missions: or, Of the Propagation of Christianity among the Heathen, since the Reformation. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1816) (Author: Brown, William; Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832)

21            The History of the Rise, Progress, and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade by the British Parliament. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1808) (Author: Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846)

22            The History of the Rise, Progress, and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade by the British Parliament. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1808) (Author: Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846)

23            Twenty-Nine Years in the West Indies and Central Africa: A Review of Missionary Work and Adventure 1829-1858. (1863) (Author: Waddell, Hope Masterton.)

 


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1               Aid to the Heidelberg Catechism. (1904)

2               Famous Missionaries of the Reformed Church. (1903)

3               Famous Places of the Reformed Churches: A Religious Guidebook to Europe. (1910)

4               Historical Handbook of the Reformed Church in the United States. (1897)

5               History of the Reformed Church in the United States in the Nineteenth Century. (1911)

6               History of the Reformed Church in the United States, 1725-1792. (1899)

7               History of the Reformed Church of Germany: 1620-1890. (1894)

8               History of the Swiss Reformed Church since the Reformation. (1913)

9               John Calvin, Theologian, Preacher, Educator, and Statesman. (1909) (Author: Vollmer, Philip, 1860-1929; Good, James I. (James Isaac), 1850-1924; Roberts, William Henry, 1844-1920)

10            Life Pictures of John Calvin: for Young and Old. (1909)

11            Minutes and Letters of the Coetus of the German Reformed Churches of 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)

12            Rambles Round Reformed Lands. (1889)

13            The Early Fathers of the Reformed Church in the United States. (1897) (--Peter Minuit.--Samuel Guldin.--John Philip Boehm.--George Michael Weiss.--Michael Schatter.--John Philip Leydich.--William Otterbein.)

14            The Heidelberg Catechism in its Newest Light. (1914)

15            The Origin of the Reformed Church in Germany. (1887)

16            The Reformed Reformation. (1916)

17            Women of the Reformed Church. (1901)

 


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1               How Superior Powers Ought To Be Obeyed By Their Subjects: And Wherein They May Lawfully by God's Word be Disobeyed and Resisted. Wherein also is declared the cause of all this present Misery in England, and the only way to Remedy the same. (1558)

 



Gordon, James (Presbyterian) (1615-1686)

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1               The Reformed Bishop or 19 Articles Rendered by φιλαρχαιος, a Well Wisher to the Present Government of the Church of Scotland, (As it is settled by Law) In order to the further Establishment thereof. (1679)

 



Gordon, Joseph (Presbyterian) (1819-1857)

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1               The Life and Writings of Rev. Joseph Gordon. (1860)




Gordon, William Robert (Reformed Protestant Dutch Church – R.C.A.) (1811-1897)

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1               A Three Fold Test of Modern Spiritualism. (1856) (Author: Gordon, William R. (William Robert), 1811-1897; Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) DLC
Subject:
Spiritualism; Bible and spiritualism)

2               Manual of Information and Direction for the use of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Schraalenbergh. (1861) (Subject: Dutch Reformed Church at Schraalenburgh (Schraalenburgh, N.J.))

3               Reliance on God, Our Hope of Victory: A Sermon Preached on the Day of Fasting and Prayer, Sept. 26, 1861. (1861)

4               The Peril of our Ship of State: A Sermon on the Day of Fasting and Prayer, Jan. 4, 1861. (By Request.) The Folly of our Speculations: A New-Year’s Sermon, January 6, 1861. (By Request.) Strictures on a recent Sermon by Rev. H. J. Van Dyke. By Rev. William Robert Gordon, D.D., Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenbergh, New Jersey. (1861) (Subject: Van Dyke, Henry Jackson, 1822-1891; Slavery -- United States)

5               The Sin of Reviling, and its Work: A Funeral Sermon, Occasioned by the Assassination of President Lincoln, April 14, 1865. (1865)

6               The Supreme Godhead of Christ, the Corner-Stone of Christianity. (1855)

 



Graham, William (Presbyterian) (1810-1883)

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1               A Practical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistle to Titus. (1860)

2               Lectures on the Epistle to the Ephesians. By the Rev. William Graham, D.D. of Bonn, Prussia. (1883)

3               On Spiritualizing Scripture the Confessions of a Millenarian. (1870)

4               The Heavenly Vision: Moses and Balaam: Sermons Preached in Union United Presbyterian Church, Broughty-Ferry, on Sabbath, the Second, February, 1879, by the Rev. William Graham, D.D., Liverpool. (1879)

5               The Jordan and the Rhine or The East and The West. Being the result of Five Years' residence in Syria and Five Years' residence in Germany. (1854)

6               The Spirit of Love; or, A Practical and Exegetical Commentary on the First Epistle of John. (1857)

 


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1               Great and Precious Promises: or, Some Sermons Concerning the Promises, and the right Application thereof. Whereunto are added some other concerning the Usefulness of Faith, in advancing Sanctification. As also, Three more concerning the Faith of Assurance. By Mr. Andrew Gray, late Minister of the Gospel at Glasgow. All being Revised since his Death, by some Friends. The Last Impression, carefully Corrected and Amended. (1736)

2               The Mystery of Faith Opened up: or, Some Sermons Concerning Faith (Two whereof were not formerly Printed.) Wherein the Nature, Excellency, and Usefulness of that noble grace is much cleared, and the Practice thereof most powerfully Pressed. Whereunto are added other three Sermons, Two Concerning the Great Salvation, one of these not formerly Printed, and a Third Concerning Death. By Mr. Andrew Gray, late Minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. All these Sermons being now carefully Revised, and much Corrected. (microfilm) (1678)

3               The Works of the Reverend and Pious Andrew Gray, Formerly Minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. With a Preface, by the Rev. William K. Tweedie, Minister of the South Parish, Aberdeen. (1839) (Author: Gray, Andrew, 1633-1656; Tweedie, W.K. (William King), 1803-1863)

 


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1               The Life of Ashbel Green, V. D. M. Begun to be Written by himself in his Eighty-Second Year and continued to his Eighty-Fourth. Prepared for the Press at the Author’s request, by Joseph H. Jones, Pastor of the Sixth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (1849) (Author: Green, Ashbel, 1762-1848; Jones, Joseph Huntington, 1797-1868. [from old catalog] Subject: Princeton University)

2               A Historical Sketch: or, Compendious view of Domestic and Foreign Missions in the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America. Prepared at the request of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church. (1838)

3               A Pastoral Letter, from a Minister in the Country, to those of his Flock who remained in the city of Philadelphia during the Pestilence of 1798. (1799)

4               Anecdotes, Religious, Moral, and Entertaining, by the Late Rev. Charles Buck, Author of Theological Dictionary. Alphabetically arranged, and interspersed with a variety of useful observations. With a Preface by Ashbel Green, D.D., Sometime President of Princeton College. Two Volumes in One. Volume 1 (1831) (Author: Buck, Charles, 1771-1815; Green, Ashbel, 1762-1848)

5               Christ Crucified the Characteristic of Apostolic Preaching: A Sermon delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, at the opening of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, on May 19, 1825. (1825)

6               Discourses Delivered in the College of New Jersey: Addressed chiefly to Candidates for the First Degree in the Arts; with Notes and Illustrations, including a Historical Sketch of the College, from its Origin to the Accession of President Witherspoon. (1822)

7               History of Princeton and its Institutions: The town from its first settlement, through the Revolutionary War, to the present time—its Churches—Schools—College—Theological Seminary—Literature, Volumes and Authors—Notices of prominent families, and chief citizens—the Cemetery, Etc. Illustrated with steel and wood Engravings. By John Frelinghuysen Hageman, Counselor at Law, Princeton, New Jersey. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1879) (Author: Hageman, John Frelinghuysen)

8               History of Princeton and its Institutions: The town from its first settlement, through the Revolutionary War, to the present time—its Churches—Schools—College—Theological Seminary—Literature, Volumes and Authors—Notices of prominent families, and chief citizens—the Cemetery, Etc. Illustrated with steel and wood Engravings. By John Frelinghuysen Hageman, Counselor at Law, Princeton, New Jersey. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1879) (Author: Hageman, John Frelinghuysen)

9               Lectures on the Shorter Catechism of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. Addressed to Youth. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1841)

10            Lectures on the Shorter Catechism of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. Addressed to Youth. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1841)

11            Literary Diligence Recommended: A Baccalaureate Discourse delivered to the Candidates for Degrees in the College of New Jersey, on the Sabbath immediately preceding the annual commencement, in 1820. (1832)

12            Memoirs of the Rev. Joseph Eastburn, Stated Preacher in the Mariner's Church, Philadelphia. Who Departed this Life, on January 30th, 1828. (1828) (Subject: Eastburn, Joseph, 1748-1828) (Notes: Second appendix (p. [183]-208): A faithful narrative of the many dangers and sufferings ... of Robert Eastburn, during his late captivity among the Indians ... By Robert Eastburn ... Philadelphia, Printed by W. Dunlap, 1758.)

13            Memorial book of the Sesquicentennial Celebration of the founding of the College of New Jersey and of the Ceremonies Inaugurating Princeton University. (1898) (Author: Harper, George McLean, 1863-1947; De Witt, John, 1842-1923; Shields, Charles W. (Charles Woodruff), 1825-1904; Princeton University Subject: Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747; Burr, Aaron, 1716-1757; Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758; Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794; Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819; Green, Ashbel, 1762-1848; Carnahan, James, 1775-1859; Maclean, John, 1800-1886; McCosh, James, 1811-1894; Patton, Francis L. (Francis Landey), 1843-1932; Princeton University; Princeton University) (pt. 1. An account of the sesquicentennial celebration / [by George Maclean Harper] -- pt. 2. Congratulatory addresses, letters, and telegrams received from universities, academies, colleges, societies, and individuals ... pt. 3. Historical sketch of Princeton University / [by John De Witt] -- Historical note on the origin of Princeton University / by Charles W. Shields.)

14            Plan of the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, Located at Princeton, New Jersey. Adopted by the General Assembly of 1811, and amended by future Assemblies. Second Edition. (1816) (Author: Princeton Theological Seminary; Princeton Theological Seminary. Historical sketch of the; Princeton Theological Seminary. Annual report of the Board of Directors of the Theological Seminary to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church ..; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. Report of the Committee appointed to devise ways and means. 1816; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Green, Ashbel, 1762-1848; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850 Subject: Princeton Theological Seminary) (With this is bound: Sketch of the rise, progress and present state ... / Princeton Theological Seminary. 1817 -- Report of the Committee appointed to devise ways and means ... / Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. 1816 -- Historical sketch ... / Princeton Theological Seminary. 1816 -- Annual report of the Board of directors, 4th-14th / Princeton Theological Seminary. 1816-1826.)

15            Practical Sermons: Extracted From the Christian Advocate, with the consent of the Author. (1834)

16            Presbyterian Missions. (1839) (Author: Green, Ashbel, 1762-1848; Lowrie, John C. (John Cameron), 1808-1900)

17            Report of the Presbyterian Church Case: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at the Suggestion of James Todd and Others, vs. Ashbel Green and Others. (1839) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1816-1883 Subject: Green, Ashbel; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A)

18            The Case of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, before the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Impartially reported by disinterested stenographers: Including all the Proceedings, Testimony, and Arguments at Nisi Prius, and before the Court in Bank, with the Charge of Judge Rogers, the Verdict of the Jury, and the Opinion of Chief Justice Gibson. The whole compiled and prepared for the Press by the Rev. D. W. Lathrop. (1839) (Author: James Todd, Ashbel Green, Daniel Whiting Lathrop, Molton Cropper Rogers, John Bannister Gibson, Pennsylvania Supreme Court)

19            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 2 For the Year 1824. (1824)

20            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 3 For the Year 1825. (1825)

21            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 4 For the Year 1826. (1826)

22            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 5 For the Year 1827. (1827)

23            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 6 For the Year 1828. (1828)

24            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 7 For the Year 1829. (1829)

25            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 8 For the Year 1830. (1830)

26            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 9 For the Year 1831. (1831)

27            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 10 For the Year 1832. (1832)

28            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 11 For the Year 1833. (1833)

29            The Christian Advocate. Conducted by Ashbel Green, D.D. Volume 12 For the Year 1834. (1834)

30            The Christian Duty of Christian Women: A Discourse, delivered in the Church of Princeton, New Jersey, on August 23, 1825, before the Princeton Female Society, for the support of a Female School in India. (1825)

31            The Spruce Street Lectures: Delivered by Several Clergymen during the autumn and Winter of 1831-32: To which is added, a Lecture on the Importance of Creeds and Confessions. (1833) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850) (Introduction / Ashbel Green. -- Inability of sinners considered / Ezra Fisk. -- The fall of man and its effects / J. J. Janeway. -- The use of the means of grace / S. B. How. -- On church discipline / Alexander M'Farlane. -- On the nature of the atonement / Charles Hodge. -- On ecclesiastical polity / Samuel Miller. -- On regeneration / Samuel Martin. -- On justification / William Neill. -- On Christian missions / John Breckinridge. -- Lecture on creeds and confessions / Samuel Miller.)

 



Green, Lewis Warner (Presbyterian) (1806-1863)

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1               Addresses Delivered at the Inauguration of Rev. Lewis W. Green, D.D., as President of Transylvania University and State Normal School, November 18, 1856. (1856)

2               Inaugural Address, Delivered before the Board of Trustees of Hampden-Sidney College, on January 10, 1849. (1849)

3               Memoir of the Life and Character of Rev. Lewis Warner Green, D.D. with a Selection from his Sermons. By Le Roy J. Halsey, D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary of the Southwest. (1871) (Author: Halsey, Le Roy J. (Leroy Jones), 1812-1896)

 


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1               A Humble Attempt to Reconcile the Differences of Christians Respecting the Extent of the Atonement, by showing that the Controversy which Exists on the Subject is Chiefly Verbal. To which is added, an Appendix, Exhibiting the Influence of Christ's Obedience. By Edward D. Griffin, D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey. (1819)

2               A Letter to the Rev. Ansel D. Eddy, of Canandaiga, New York: On the Narrative of the Late Revivals of Religion, in the Presbytery of Geneva. (1832)

3               A Letter to the Rev. Dr. William B. Sprague: Published in the Appendix to his Volume of Lectures on Revivals. (1832)

4               A Plea for Africa. A Sermon Preached on Oct. 26, 1817, in the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, Before the Synod of New York and New Jersey, at the Request of the Board of Directors of the African School established by the Synod. (1817)

5               A Series of Lectures, Delivered in Park Street Church, Boston, on Sabbath Evening. By Edward D. Griffin, D.D., Pastor of Park Street Church. (1813)

6               A Sermon, addressed to the Legislature of Connecticut; at New-Haven, on the day of the Anniversary Election, May 3, 1826. (1826) (Author: Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863; Connecticut. General Assembly) (With: The presumption of skeptical and careless contemners of religion / Ebenezer Porter. Andover [Mass.]: M. Newman, 1829. -- Objections against the gospel refuted / Daniel Dana. Boston: T.R. Marvin, 1829. -- An address, delivered at the Collegiate institution in Amherst, Ms. / Heman Humphrey. Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1823. -- A sermon, preached July 22, 1807, at the funeral of the Rev. Alexander Macwhorter / Edward Dorr Griffin.)

7               A Sermon Preached on January 10, 1810, at the Dedication of the Church in Park Street, Boston. (1810)

8               A Sermon Preached Sept. 2, 1828, at the Dedication of the New Chapel Connected with William's College, Massachusetts. By Edward D. Griffin, D.D., President of the Institution. (1828)

9               An Address Delivered before the American Education Society, in Boston, on May 23, 1825. (1825)

10            An Oration Delivered June 21, 1809, on the day of the Author's Induction into the Office of Bartlet Prof. of Pulpit Eloquence, in the Divinity Sch. of Andover. (1809)

11            Causal Power in Regeneration Proper direct upon the mind, and not Exerted through the Medium of Motives. Argued upon the Principles of the Exercise System, though the Author Believes in a Temper or Nature Anterior to Exercise. By Edward D. Griffin, D.D., President of Williams College. (1834)

12            Christ a Covert from the Tempest. (1861)

13            Conversations between two Laymen, on Strict and Mixed Communion; in which the Principal Arguments in favor of the Latter Practice, are stated, as nearly as possible, in the words of its most Powerful Advocate, the Rev. Robert Hall. By J. G. Fuller. With Dr. Griffin’s Letter on Communion, and the Review of it by Professor Ripley of Newton. Second Edition. (microfilm) (1832) (Author: Fuller, J. G; Hall, Robert, 1764-1831; Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837; Ripley, Henry Jones, 1798-1875 Subject: Lord's Supper; Close and open communion)

14            Discourses Delivered in Murray Street Church on Sabbath Evenings, During the Months of March, April, and May, 1830. (1830) (Author: Murray Street Church (New York, N.Y.); Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Spring, Gardiner, 1785-1873; Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel Hanson), 1793-1880; Skinner, Thomas H. (Thomas Harvey), 1791-1871; De Witt, John, 1789-1831; Woodbridge, John Marshall; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876; Carnahan, James, 1775-1859; Rice, John H. (John Holt), 1777-1831; Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854; Wayland, Francis, 1796-1865; Snodgrass, William Davis, 1796-1886; Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837)

15            Memoir of Edward Dorr Griffin, D.D., President of Williams College: By Rev. Ansel Nash. (1842)

16            Memoir of Rev. Edward D. Griffin, D. D., Compiled Chiefly from his own Writings. By William B. Sprague, D.D., Minister of the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany. (1838) (Author: Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

17            Regeneration not Wrought by Light. (1832)

18            Sermon Preached on September 14, 1826, before the American Board of Missions, at Middleton, Connecticut. (1826)

19            Sermons by the Late Rev. Edward D. Griffin D. D. To which is Prefixed a Memoir of his Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1838) (Author: Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

20            Sermons by the Late Rev. Edward D. Griffin D. D. To which is Prefixed a Memoir of his Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1838) (Author: Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

21            Sermons not Before Published on Various Practical Subjects. (1844)

22            Sketches of Eloquent Preachers. (1864) (Author: Waterbury, J. B. (Jared Bell), 1799-1876) (John M. Mason, Archibald Alexander, John Summerfield, Sylvester Larned, Asahel Nettleton, Lyman Beecher, Henry B. Bascom, Edward Payson, Edward Dorr Griffin, Robert Hall, Thomas Chalmers, Henry Melvill, Rowland Hill, Legh Richmond, Timothy Dwight, Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield, Richard Baxter, John Bunyan, James Saurin, John Baptist Massilon, Martin Luther, the Apostle Paul)

23            The Atonement: Discourses and Treatises. (1859) (Author: Park, Edwards Amasa, 1808-1900, ed; Congregational Board of Publication; Edwards, Jonathan, 1745-1801; Smalley, John, 1734-1820; Maxcy, Jonathan, 1768-1820; Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840; Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837; Burge, Caleb, 1782-1838; Weeks, William R. (William Raymond), 1783-1848)

24            The Doctrine of Divine Efficacy: Defended against certain modern Speculations. (1833)

25            The Kingdom of Christ: A missionary Sermon, Preached Before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in Philadelphia, May 23, 1805. By Edward D. Griffin, A.M., One of the Pastors of the First Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey. (1805)

 


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1               A Pathetic Persuasion to Pray for Public Peace, Propounded in A Sermon Preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Oct. 2, 1642. (1642)

2               Bethel or A Form for Families: In Which all Sorts of Both Sexes, are so Squared and Framed by the Word of God, as They May Best Serve in their Several Places, for Useful Pieces in God's Building. (1633)

3               The Fear of God and the King: Pressed in a Sermon Preached at Mercer's Chapel, March 25, 1660. Together with a Brief Historical Account of the Causes of our Unhappy Distractions, and the Only Way to Heal them. By Matthew Griffith, D.D., and Chaplain to the Late King. (1660)

4               The King's Life-Guard: An Anniversary Sermon Preached to the Honorable Societies of Both the Temples, on January 30, 1664 or 1665. By Matthew Griffith, D.D., and Chaplain to the Late King. None are Sooner Deceived, than such as Measure the Worth of Others by Vulgar Report or Opinion; which (Like a Shadow) are Ever Greater or Lesser than the Body they Attend. Truth Hath no such Enemy as Prejudice. (Plutarch) (1665)

 


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1               The History of the Life and Acts of the Reverend Edmund Grindal, The First Bishop of London, and the Second Archbishop of York and Canterbury successively, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is added, an Appendix of Original Manuscripts. Faithfully transcribed out of the best Archives; whereunto Reference is made in the History. In Two Books. By John Strype, M.A. (1821) (Author: Strype, John, 1643-1737)

2               The Remains of Edmund Grindal, D.D. Successively Bishop of London, and Archbishop of York and Canterbury. Edited for the Parker Society by the Rev. William Nicholson, A.M., Rector of St. Maurice with St. Mary Kalendar, Winchester. (1843) (Author: Grindal, Edmund, 1519?-1583; Nicholson, William, 1809?-1845 Subject: Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1503-1564; Church of England; Plague -- London, 1563; Theology -- Collected works 16th century)

 



Grosvenor, Benjamin (Presbyterian) (1676-1758)

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1               A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Reverend Benjamin Grosvenor, D.D.: Who Departed this Life on August 27, 1758, in the Eighty-Third Year of his Age. Preached at Crosby-Square, on September 10, 1758. By John Barker. (1758) (Author: Barker, John, 1682-1762)

2               A Sermon Preached to a Society of Young Men in Jewen Street, on Oct. 20, 1719. The Day of the Coronation of King George. (1720)

3               An Authentic Account of Several Things done and Agreed upon by the Dissenting Ministers lately Assembled at Salters Hall: Viz. I. Advices for Peace, Etc. with a List of the Names of those who have Subscribed them. II. The Letter, sent with the Advices to Exeter. III. Reasons for not Subscribing, as some of their Brethren did, the Paper Offered to them on March 3, 1718-9.  (1719)

4               Practical Discourses of Singing in the Worship of God: Preached at the Friday Lecture in Eastcheap. (1708) (Author: Earle, Jabez, 1676?-1768. Nature of the duty of singing ..; Bradbury, Thomas, 1677-1759. Arguments for the duty of singing ..; Harris, William, 1675?-1740; Reynolds, Thomas, 1667?-1727. Objections considered against the duty of singing ..; Newman, John, 17th cent. Directions for the duty of singing ..; Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758. Exhortation to the duty of singing .. Subject: Church music; Music in churches; Puritans; Sermons, English)

5               Preparation for Death the Best Preservative Against the Plague, Being the Substance of two Sermons, Preached at the Merchant’s Lecture in Salters Hall on Jan. 17, and 31, 1721. (1721)

6               Sermons by Benjamin Grosvenor, D.D.: Now first collected into a Volume by John Davies; with a Recommendatory Preface by David Bogue. (1808)

7               The Afflicted Man’s Companion: or, A Directory for Persons and Families Afflicted with Sickness or any other Distress. By the Rev. John Willison, Dundee, Scotland, 1727. Revised Edition. Together with The Mourner: or, The Afflicted Relieved. By the Rev. Benjamin Grosvenor, D.D. (1851) (Author: Willison, John, 1680-1750; American Tract Society; Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758)

 



Grout, Henry Martyn (?-?)

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1               The Gospel Invitation: Sermons Related to the Boston Revival of 1877.

2               The Merchant’s Wedding. (1828) (Author: Planché, J. R. (James Robinson), 1796-1880; Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672; Rowley, William, 1585?-1642?)

 



Grout, Lewis (Presbyterian) (1815-1905)

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1               A Monograph on the Original and Early Life of Brattleboro. (1899)

2               A Tribute in Memory of Miss Annie L. Grout, Daughter of the Rev. Lewis and Mrs. L. B. Grout, of West Brattleboro, Vermont. (1901) (Subject: Grout, Annie L. (Annie Lydia), 1847-1901)

3               God’s Delight in the Gates of Zion: A Second Discourse on the Early History of the Congregational Church and Society in West Brattleboro, Vermont, covering two Pastorates of Twenty-Five Years, or, from 1794 to 1819. (1894)

4               The Autobiography of the Reverend Lewis Grout with an Introduction by the Rev. Luther M. Keneston. (1905) (Author: Grout, Lewis, 1815-1905; Keneston, Luther M)

5               The Primitive Polity of Christian Churches: A Discourse, delivered at the public recognition of the Rev. George Y. Jeffreys, as Pastor of the Congregational Church in Durban, Natal, on October 25, 1857. (1857) (Subject: Jeffreys, George Y. (George Yarnold), 1822-1899)

6               Zulu Land or Life among the Zulu-Kafirs of Natal and Zululand, South Africa - With map and Illustrations from Original Photographs (1864)

 


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1               The Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. Henry Grove, of Tauton, Containing All the Sermons, Discourses, and Tracts Published in his Lifetime. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1747)

2               The Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. Henry Grove, of Tauton, Containing All the Sermons, Discourses, and Tracts Published in his Lifetime. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1747)

3               The Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. Henry Grove, of Tauton, Containing All the Sermons, Discourses, and Tracts Published in his Lifetime. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1747)

4               The Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. Henry Grove, of Tauton, Containing All the Sermons, Discourses, and Tracts Published in his Lifetime. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1747)

 


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1               An Inquiry into the Life, Writings, and Character of the Reverend Doctor William Guild. (1799) (Author: Shirrefs, James, 1752-1830)

2               The New Sacrifice of Christian Incense or the True Entry to the Tree of Life, and Gracious Gate of Glorious Paradise. (1608)

 


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1               A Discourse Commemorative of the Life and Character of Rev. Ralph Randolph Gurley. (1872) (Author: Noble, Mason, 1809-1881; American Colonization Society)

2               A Discourse Preached in the Center Church, in New Haven, on Aug. 27, 1828 at the Funeral of Jehudi Ashmun, Esq. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1828) (Author: Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881; Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872 Subject: Ashmun, J. (Jehudi), 1794-1828; African Americans -- Colonization Liberia)

3               A Discourse Preached in the Center Church, in New Haven, on Aug. 27, 1828 at the Funeral of Jehudi Ashmun, Esq. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1828) (Author: Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881; Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872 Subject: Ashmun, J. (Jehudi), 1794-1828; African Americans -- Colonization Liberia)

4               Address at the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, November 11, 1839. (1839)

5               Life and Eloquence of the Rev. Sylvester Larned, First Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in New Orleans. (1844) (Subject: Larned, Sylvester, 1796-1820)

6               Life of Jehudi Ashmun, Late Colonial Agent in Liberia. With an Appendix, containing extracts from his journal and other writings; with a Brief Sketch of the Life of the Rev. Lott Cary. (1835) (Subject: Ashmun, J. (Jehudi), 1794-1828; Cary, Lott, 1780-1828; Afro-Americans)

7               Mission to England, in behalf of the American Colonization Society. (1841)

8               Reverend and Dear Sir: The Executive Committee of the American Colonization Society earnestly invite your attention to its benevolent enterprise… (1848)

 


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1               A Cry from the Dead: or, The Ghost of the Famous Mr. James Guthrie Appearing. Being the last Sermon he Preached in the Pulpit of Stirling, before his Martyrdom at Edinburgh, June 1661. To which is added, his last Speech upon the Scaffold. His Ten Considerations anent the Decay of Religion: With an Authentic Paper signed and written with his own Hand, with Relation of the Call of Mr. Robert Rule to Stirling. Which gives some Light into the infamous Action of his being stoned, for pushing Mr. Rule’s Settlement in Stirling, in Opposition to the Public Resolution Party, about Five Years before his Execution.  (1738)

2               A Testimony to the Truths of Christ: Agreeably to the Westminster standards as received by the Reformed Church of Scotland, and in opposition to the defections from the Reformation sworn to in Britain and Ireland: Agreed to by the Associate Synod of Original Seceders, May 18, 1827. (1827) (Subject: Associate Synod of Original Seceders (Scotland); Westminster Confession of Faith; Reformation; Reformation; Christian union)

3               Causes of the Lord’s Wrath against Scotland; manifested in His sad late dispensations. Whereunto is added a paper, particularly holding forth the sins of the Ministry. Printed in the Year 1653. (1653) (Some General Heads of the Causes why the LORD contends with the Land, agreed upon (after seeking of the LORD) by the Commission of the GENERAL ASSEMBLY 1650, with the advice of divers Ministers from several parts of the Kingdom, met at Edinburgh, October 1651, so far as for the present they could attain light therein, which they offer and advise to be made use of by all the LORD's People in the Land, leaving place to add, as the Lord shall make further discoveries hereafter of the guiltiness of the Land, and intending more fully and particularly to enlarge this Paper.)

4               Faithful Contendings Displayed: Being a historical relation of the State and Actings of the suffering Remnant in the Church of Scotland, who subsisted in Select Societies, and were united in general correspondences during the hottest time of the late Persecution, viz. from the year 1681 to 1691. Together with an account of the State of the land in general, and of the Society people in particular, in the intervals betwixt each of their general meetings, with some pertinent remarks upon these historical occurrences, and many letters to and from the general correspondent meetings, Etc. Collected and kept in record by Mr. Michael Shields, who was clerk unto these general Societies, and personally present at most of their meetings. To which is added, Ten Considerations on the danger of apostasy and defection from a covenanted work of reformation. By Mr. James Guthrie, sometime Minister of the Gospel at Stirling. As also, a collection of very valuable Sermons, Preached by these Faithful and Eminent Servants of Jesus Christ, Messrs. John Kid, John King, John Welch, John Blackadder, John Dickson, and Gabriel Semple. Collected and transcribed by John Howie, and published at the desire of some of those who desire to own the same testimony that some of those authors owned and sealed with their blood. (1780) (Author: Shields, Michael; Guthrie, James. Some considerations unto the discovery of the dangers that threaten religion, and the work of reformation in the Church of Scotland)

5               Lives of Alexander Henderson and James Guthrie. With Specimens of their Writings. Issued by the Committee of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland for the Publication of the Works of Scottish Reformers and Divines. (1846)

6               Some Considerations Contributing unto the Discovery of the Dangers that Threaten Religion, and the Work of Reformation in the Church of Scotland, Published for Informing the Ignorant and Inadvertent, for awakening the Careless and Secure, for stirring up unto the Exercise of Repentance, and Faith towards God, and for persuading unto a Godly Union and edifying Peace, Etc. (1738)

7               The Nullity of the Pretended Assembly at Saint Andrews and Dundee : Wherein are Contained, the Representation for Adjournment, the Protestation and Reasons thereof. Together with a Review and Examination of the Vindication of the said Assembly. Hereunto is Subjoined the Solemn Acknowledgment of Sins, and Engagement to Duties, made and taken by the Nobility, Gentry, Burroughs, Ministry, and Commonalty, in the year 1648. When the Covenant was Renewed. With Sundry other Papers, Related unto in the Foresaid Review. (1652) (Author: Guthrie, James, 1612?-1661; Wood, James, 1608-1664)

8               The Presbyterian’s Armory. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1842)  Includes: Samuel Rutherford, Lex Rex, or the Law and the Prince; John Brown, An Apologetical Relation of the Particular Sufferings of the Faithful Ministers and Professors of the Church of Scotland; David Calderwood, The Pastor and Prelate, or Reformation and Conformity; James Guthrie, Causes of the Lord's Wrath Against Scotland]

 



Guthrie, John (Presbyterian) (1632-1699)

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1               A Sermon Preached upon Breach of Covenant. (1734)

 


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1               A Plea on Behalf of Drunkards and Against Drunkenness. (1851)

2               Anecdotes and Stories, Including the Platform Sayings of Thomas Guthrie D. D. (1866)

3               Autobiography of Thomas Guthrie D. D. and Memoir. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1874) (Author: Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873; Guthrie, David Kelley, 1831-1896, ed; Guthrie, Charles John Guthrie, Lord, 1849-1920, ed)

4               Autobiography of Thomas Guthrie D. D. and Memoir. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1875) (Author: Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873; Guthrie, David Kelley, 1831-1896, ed; Guthrie, Charles John Guthrie, Lord, 1849-1920, ed)

5               Christ and the Inheritance of the Saints: Illustrated in a Series of Discourses from the Colossians. (1859)

6               Gems of Illustration from the Writings of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, D.D. Arranged under the subjects which they illustrate. By an American Clergyman. (1882)

7               Man and the Gospel. (1865)

8               Our Father's Business. (1867)

9               Out of Harness: Sketches, Narrative and Descriptive. (1891)

10            Saving Knowledge: Addressed to Young Men. (1870)

11            Seed Time and Harvest of Ragged Schools: or, A Third Plea. With new editions of the First and Second Pleas. (1860)

12            Speaking to the Heart: or, Sermons for the People. (1864)

13            Studies of Character from the Old Testament. (1868)

14            The Angel's Song. (1866)

15            The Christian World Unmasked, by John Berridge. With a Life of the Author by Thomas Guthrie. (1854)

16            The City, its Sins, and Sorrows: Being a Series of Sermons from Luke 19:41. (1857)

17            The Gospel in Ezekiel: Illustrated in a Series of Discourses. (1856)

18            The Parables Read in the Light of the Present Day. (1891)

19            The Street Preacher. Being an Autobiography of Robert Flockhart, Edited by Thomas Guthrie. (1858)

20            The Way to Life.  Sermons. (1873)

 


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1               A Collection of Lectures and Sermons, Preached upon Several Subjects, mostly in the Time of the Late Persecution. (1779) (Author: Guthrie, William, 1620-1665; Howie, John, 1735-1793; Bruce, Michael, 1634 or 5-1693; Cameron, Richard, 1655?-1680; Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681; Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686; Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700; Wellwood, John, 1649?-1679)

2               The Christian's Great Interest: In Two Parts. (1833) (Author: Guthrie, William, 1620-1665; Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847)

 


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