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Reformed Beliefs J 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, English Dissenting, French Reformed, Puritans, Anglican, German Reformed, and Baptist, and including such writers as James I, King of England, William Jay, and John Jennings.


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Jackson, John (1600-1648

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1               Ecclesiastes: The Worthy Church Man or The Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ. Described by Polishing the Twelve Stones in the High Priest's Pectoral. (1628)

 



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1               Addresses at the Celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Westminster Assembly, by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. (1898) (Author: Roberts, William Henry, 1844-1920 Subject: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. 1898) (Opening sermon, by Sheldon Jackson.--Presentation of portrait of Alexander Henderson, by Wm. C. Gray.--Alexander Henderson, by W. H. Roberts.--The civil and religious conditions of the times of the Westminster Assembly, by S. J. Niccolls--The story of the Westminster Assembly, by Geo. Norcross.--The fundamental doctrines of the Westminster confession and catechisms, by J. D. Moffat.--The Westminster polity and worship, by R.F. Coyle--The Westminster Assembly, the men and their work, by Wallace Radcliffe.--The American Presbyterian church and the adopting acts, by B.L. Agnew.--The Presbyterian churches and the people, by J. A. Beaver.--The Presbyterian churches and education, by John Eaton.--Presbyterianism and its influence upon society through its emphasis upon childhood and youth, by N. D. Hillis.--The Presbyterian churches and home missions, by G.L. Spining.--The Presbyterian churches and foreign missions, by R.E. Speer.--The Westminster standards and the formation of the American republic, by W.H. Roberts.)

2               Alaska and Missions on the North Pacific Coast. (1880)

3               Among the Pimas; or, The Mission to the Pima and Maricopa Indians. (1893) (Author: Ladies' Union Mission School Association (Albany, N.Y.); Cook, Anna M. Bath, 1854-1889; Cook, Charles H; Whittemore, Isaac T. (Isaac Thompson), 1824-1904) (Introduction--Charles H. Cook's narrative of his journey to Arizona, with a sketch of his early life.--Biographical sketch of Mrs. Anna M. Cook.--Visit of Rev. Sheldon Jackson at the Pima agency.--The Pima Indians, their manners and customs, by Rev. Isaac T. Whittemore.--The Ladies' Union Mission School Association and its connection with the mission.--The Gila River Reservation, climate, soil, productions and ancient ruins.)

4               British Columbia. (microfilm) (1889) (Subject: Indians of North America)

5               Memoranda concerning Sheldon Jackson, and the Moderatorship of the 109th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.  Winona Assembly Grounds, Eagle Lake, Indiana, May 20-28, 1897. For Private Circulation. (1897)

6               Sheldon Jackson, Pathfinder and Prospector of the Missionary Vanguard in the Rocky Mountains and Alaska. (1908) (Author: Stewart, Robert Laird, 1840-1916)

 


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1               A Commentary on the Gospel according to Mark. (1915)

2               A Problem in New Testament Criticism. (1900) (The Stone Lectures for 1897-1898.)

3               A Standard Bible Dictionary, Designed as a Comprehensive Guide to the Scriptures, Embracing their Languages, Literature, History, Biography, Manners and Customs, and their Theology. (1909) (Author: Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855- [from old catalog] ed; Nourse, Edward Everett, 1863- [from old catalog] joint ed; Zenos, Andrew Constantinides, 1855-)

4               Introduction to the New Testament. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1909) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-1933; Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-; Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

5               Introduction to the New Testament. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1909) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-1933; Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-; Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

6               Introduction to the New Testament. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 and Index (1909) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-1933; Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-; Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

7               Paul’s Purpose in Writing Romans. (1893)

8               Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles Compared; The Gould Prize Essays. (1908) (Author: Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855- [from old catalog] ed; Whitley, William Thomas, 1861-1947; Beard, Gerald Hamilton, 1862-1921. [from old catalog]; Dalton, Charles Benjamin, 1869) (Whitley, W. T. Catholic and Protestant versions of the Bible. First prize essay.--Beard, G. H. The history of the Catholic English and the American revised versions of the Bible. Second prize essay.--Dalton, C. B. The origin and history of the version of the Bible authorized by the Roman Catholic church, and of the American revised version. Third prize essay.--Appendix.—Bibliography; pages [315-361])

9               The Citation Ephesians 5:14 as affecting the Paulinity of the Epistle. (1897)

10            The Evolution of New Testament Criticism and the Consequent Outlook for Today. Inaugural Address of Melancthon Williams Jacobus, Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis, Hartford Theological Seminary, on October 5, 1892. (1892)

 


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1               A Plea for the Critical Study of the Scriptures, against Romanism and Rationalism: A Discourse delivered by Rev. Melancthon W. Jacobus, D. D., on the Occasion of his Inauguration as Professor of Biblical and Oriental Literature in the Western Theological Seminary at Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, on April 12, 1852. (1852)

2               In Memoriam, Melancthon W. Jacobus. (1876)

3               Notes on the Gospels, Critical and Explanatory; Incorporating with the Notes, on a new plan, the most Approved Harmony of the four Gospels. (John) (1856)

4               Notes on the Gospels, Critical and Explanatory; Incorporating with the Notes, on a new plan, the most Approved Harmony of the four Gospels. (Mark and Luke) (1856)

5               Notes on the Gospels, Critical and Explanatory; Incorporating with the Notes, on a new plan, the most Approved Harmony of the four Gospels. (Matthew and Mark) (1873)

6               Notes, Critical & Explanatory, on the Acts of the Apostles. (1859)

7               Notes, Critical and Explanatory, on the Book of Exodus: From Egypt to Sinai. (1874)

8               Notes, Critical and Explanatory, on the Book of Genesis. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1866)

9               Notes, Critical and Explanatory, on the Book of Genesis. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1866)

10            Popery against common school Education: In four Letters to Bishop O'Connor and Governor Bigler. (1800)

11            The Catechetical Question Book. (1849)

12            The Christian’s Heritage; and other Sermons. (1877)

13            The Higher Education: An Address Delivered before the Literary Societies of the College of New Jersey. (1874)

 


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1               A Declaration of His Majesty’s Royal Pleasure, in what sort he Thinketh fit to Enlarge, or Reserve Himself in Matter of Bounty (1610)

2               Correspondence of King James VI of Scotland with Sir Robert Cecil and others in England, during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; with an Appendix Containing Papers Illustrative of Transactions between King James and Robert Earl of Essex. Principally Published for the First Time from Manuscripts of the Most Honorable the Marquis of Salisbury, K.G., preserved at Hatfield. (1861)

3               Original Letters Relating to the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland: Chiefly written by, or Addressed to His Majesty King James VI after his Accession to the English Throne. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1851)

4               Original Letters Relating to the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland: Chiefly written by, or Addressed to His Majesty King James VI after his Accession to the English Throne. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1851)

5               Poems and other Pieces by King James I (1901)

6               The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments; and other Parts of Divine Service for the use of the Church of Scotland; With a Paraphrase of the Psalms in Meter by King James VI. (1712)

7               The Court of King James the First: To which are added Letters Illustrative of the Personal History of the most Distinguished Characters in the Court of that Monarch and his Predecessors. Now first Published from the Original Manuscripts. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839) (Author: Goodman, Godfrey, 1583-1656; Brewer, J. S. (John Sherren), 1810-1879)

8               The Court of King James the First: To which are added Letters Illustrative of the Personal History of the most Distinguished Characters in the Court of that Monarch and his Predecessors. Now first Published from the Original Manuscripts. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839) (Author: Goodman, Godfrey, 1583-1656; Brewer, J. S. (John Sherren), 1810-1879)

9               The History of Scotland during the Reigns of Queen Mary and of James VI till his Accession to the Crown of England. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1820) (Author: Robertson, William, 1721-1793; Stewart, Alexander, 1781-1862 Subject: Scotland -- History Mary Stuart, 1542-1567; Scotland -- History James VI, 1567-1625)

10            The History of Scotland during the Reigns of Queen Mary and of James VI till his Accession to the Crown of England. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1820) (Author: Robertson, William, 1721-1793; Stewart, Alexander, 1781-1862 Subject: Scotland -- History Mary Stuart, 1542-1567; Scotland -- History James VI, 1567-1625)

11            The Prince's Cabala or Mysteries of the State (1715)

 


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1               An Earnest Ministry: The Want of the Times. (1848)

2               The Anxious Enquirer after Salvation (1834)

3               The Life and Letters of John Angell James: Including an Unfinished Autobiography. (1861) (Author: James, John Angell, 1785-1859; Dale, R. W. (Robert William), 1829-1895, ed; James, T. S. (Thomas Smith), 1809-1874)

4               The Plagiary Warned - A Vindication of the Drama, the Stage, and Public Morals, from the Plagiarisms and Compilations of the Rev. John A. James in a Letter to the Author. (1824) (Author: Parkes, Joseph, 1796-1865)

5               The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 1 (v.1-3 Sermons.) (1860)

6               The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 2 (v.1-3 Sermons.) (1860)

7               The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 3 (v.1-3 Sermons.) (1860)

8               The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 4 (v.4 Young woman’s guide.) (1860)

9               The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 5 (v.5 Young man’s guide.) (1860)

10            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 6 (v.6-7 The Christian graces.) (1860)

11            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 7 (v.6-7 The Christian graces.) (1861)

12            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 8 (v.8 The ministry.) (1861)

13            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 9 (v.9 The church.) (1861)

14            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 10 (v.10-11 The Christian life.) (1861)

15            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 11 (v.10-11 The Christian life.) (1861)

16            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 12 (v.12-13 The family.) (1861)

17            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 13 (v.12-13 The family.) (1862)

18            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 14 (v.14 Controversial works.) (1862)

19            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 15 (v.15 Pastoral addresses.) (1841)

20            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 16 (v.16 Miscellaneous works.) (1862)

21            The Works of John Angell James, One while Minister of the Church Assembling in Carrs Lane Birmingham. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 17 (v.17 Autobiography.) (1864)

 


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1               Grace for Grace. Letters. (1874) (Author: James, William, 1797-1858; Neill, Henry, 1815-1879)

2               The Marriage of the King's Son, and The Guilt of Unbelief; Two Sermons. (1869)

 



Jameson, William (Presbyterian) (fl. 1689-1720)

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1               Cyprianus Isotimus; or, J. S.'s Vindication of his Principles of the Cyprianic Age Confuted: In which, Moreover, Divers Signal Differences Between the Cyprianic and Hierarchic Bishop are Assigned, some New Pleas and Arguments of the Prelatists Discussed, and Several Things of Considerable Consequence and use in the Present Controversy Advanced. (1705) (Subject: Sage, John, 1652-1711; Episcopacy)



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1               A Vindication of the Doctrine of Scripture, and of the Primitive Faith, Concerning the Deity of Christ: In Reply to Dr. Priestley's History of Early Opinions, Etc. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1794) (Author: Jamieson, John, 1759-1838; Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804)

2               A Vindication of the Doctrine of Scripture, and of the Primitive Faith, Concerning the Deity of Christ: In Reply to Dr. Priestley's History of Early Opinions, Etc. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1794) (Author: Jamieson, John, 1759-1838; Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804)

3               A Historical Account of the Ancient Culdees of Iona, and of their Settlements in Scotland, England, and Ireland. (1811)

4               Desultory Notes on Jamieson’s Scottish Dictionary. (1899) (Author: Fleming-Montgomerie James B)

5               Jamieson’s Dictionary of the Scottish Language, in which the Words are Explained in their different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by whom they are used, or the Titles of the Works in which they Occur, and Derived from their Originals. (1867) (Author: Jamieson, John, 1759-1838; Johnstone, John, of Edinburgh; Longmuir, John, 1803-1883 Subject: English language -- Dialects Scotland)

6               Sermons on the Heart. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1789)

7               Sermons on the Heart. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1789)

8               Socinianism Unmasked in Four Letters to the Lay Members of the Church of Scotland, and Especially to the Collegiate Church of Ayr: Occasioned by Dr. M’Gill’s Practical Essay on the Death of Jesus Christ. Proving, that he Denies the Great Doctrines of the Atonement. Of the Deity of our Lord, Etc., Etc. To which are added, A Letter to the Doctor, and a Humble Address to the Members of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. By a Friend to Truth. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged; with Reflections on the Influence of the Socinian Doctrine on Holiness of Life. (1790)

9               Supplement to Jamieson’s Scottish Dictionary with Memoir, and Introduction. (1887) (Author: Jamieson, John, 1759-1838; Longmuir, John, 1803-1883; Donaldson, David, F. E. I. S)

10            The Bruce; or, The Metrical History of Robert I, King of Scots. By Master John Barbour, Archdeacon of Aberdeen. Published from a Manuscript dated 1489. With Notes, and a Memoir of the Life of the Author. By John Jamieson, D.D. A New Edition.(1869) (Author: Barbour, John, d. 1395; Jamieson, John, 1759-1838 Subject: Robert I, King of Scots, 1274-1329; Scotland -- History Robert I, 1306-1329)

11            The Use of Sacred History, Especially as Illustrating and Confirming the Great Doctrines of Revelation; to which are Prefixed Two Dissertations; the First, on the Authenticity of the History contained in the Pentateuch, and in the Book of Joshua; the Second, Proving that the Books ascribed to Moses were Actually Written by him, and that he Wrote them by Divine Inspiration.  In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1802)

12            The Use of Sacred History, Especially as Illustrating and Confirming the Great Doctrines of Revelation; to which are Prefixed Two Dissertations; the First, on the Authenticity of the History contained in the Pentateuch, and in the Book of Joshua; the Second, Proving that the Books ascribed to Moses were Actually Written by him, and that he Wrote them by Divine Inspiration.  In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1802)

13            Wallace; or, The Life and Acts of Sir William Wallace, of Ellerslie. By Henry the Minstrel. Published from a Manuscript dated 1488. With Notes, and Preliminary Remarks. By John Jamieson, D.D. Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, and the American Antiquarian Society. A New Edition. (1869) (Author: Henry, the Minstrel, fl. 1470-1492; Jamieson, John, 1759-1838 Subject: Wallace, William, Sir, d. 1305)

 


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1               Eastern Manners Illustrative of the Old Testament History. (1838)

2               Illustrations of Scripture, from the Geography, Natural History, and Manners and Customs of the East. By the Late Professor George Paxton, D.D., of Edinburgh. Third Edition. Revised and greatly enlarged by the Rev. Robert Jamieson, Minister of Currie. (1842)

3               The Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures: Being the Baird Lecture for 1873. (1873)

4               The Manners and Trials of the Primitive Christians. (1841)

5               The Pentateuch and the Book of Joshua (1860)

 


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1               A Digest compiled from the Records of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, and from the Records of the Late Synod of New York and Philadelphia, of their Acts and Proceedings, that appear to be of Permanent Authority and Interest; Together with a Short Account of the Missions Conducted by the Presbyterian Church. By Order of the General Assembly. (1820) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Janeway, J. J. (Jacob Jones), 1774-1858)

2               A Family Piece; or, a Memoir of Mrs. Martha Gray Janeway. (1852) (Subject: Janeway, Martha Gray (Leiper) 1783-1851)

3               An Exposition of a Portion of the Epistle to the Romans, in the form of Questions and Answers, Designed for Sabbath School and Bible Classes. (1838)

4               Antidote to the Poison of Popery in the Writings and Conduct of Professors Nevin and Schaff, Professors in the German Reformed Church in the United States of America. (1856) (Subject: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886)

5               Hope for the Jews: or, The Jews Will be Converted to the Christian Faith; and Settled and Reorganized as a Nation, in the Land of Palestine. (1853)

6               Letters Explaining the Abrahamic Covenant: With a View to Establish, on this broad and Ancient Basis, the Divine Right of Infant Baptism and the Question Relative to the Mode of Administering this Christian Ordinance. (1812)

7               Letters on The Atonement: In which a Contrast is instituted between the Old and of the New School; or Between the Definite and Indefinite Scheme, on this Important Subject. Addressed to a Brother in the Ministry. (1827)

8               Memoir of the Rev. Jacob J. Janeway, D. D. (1861) (Author: Janeway, Thomas Leiper, 1805-1895; Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878) ("Funeral sermon, by the Rev. Charles Hodge, D. D.": pages 277-296.)

9               Papers Read Before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, on Resigning his Office as Professor of Theology in the Western Theological Seminary. (1829)

10            The Christian Education of Children and Youth. (1840) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Janeway, J. J. (Jacob Jones), 1774-1858) (Report to the General Assembly, on Christian education. By the Rev. S. Miller. -- Report to the Synod of New Jersey on the subject of parochial schools. By the Rev. J. J. Janeway.)

11            The Communicant's Manual; or, A Series of Meditations Designed to Assist Communicants in Making Preparation for the Lord's Table. (1848)

12            The Internal Evidence of the Holy Bible; or, The Bible Proved from its own pages to be a Divine Revelation. (1845)

13            The Scriptural Doctrine of the Atonement Illustrated and Defended. By J. J. Janeway, D.D., Vice President of the College of New Brunswick, and Professor of the Evidences of Christianity and of Political Economy. (1837)

14            Unlawful Marriage, An Answer to the Puritan and Omicron, who Have Advocated, in a Pamphlet, The Lawfulness of the Marriage of a Man with his Deceased Wife's Sister. (1844)

 


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1               A Treatise on the Truth and Inspiration of the Old and New Testament. In Two Parts. Chiefly from the French of Mr. Jaquelot. By Wilhelmina Antoinette Bingham. (1829)

2               Papal Persecution in France; or, Memoirs of Marolles and Le Fevre, Two French Protestants, who were Sentenced to the Galleys, and Died in the Dungeons at Marseilles. (Abridged) (1840)

 


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1               Evening Exercises for the Closet: For Every Day of the Year. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1832)

2               Evening Exercises for the Closet: For Every Day of the Year. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1832)

3               Morning and Evening Exercises for the Closet for Every Day in the Year. In One Volume. (1859)

4               The Autobiography of the Rev. William Jay, with Reminiscences of some Distinguished Contemporaries, from Correspondence, and Literary Remains. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Jay, William, 1769-1853; Redford, George, 1785-1860, ed; James, John Angell, 1785-1859, joint ed)

5               The Autobiography of the Rev. William Jay, with Reminiscences of some Distinguished Contemporaries, from Correspondence, and Literary Remains. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Author: Jay, William, 1769-1853; Redford, George, 1785-1860, ed; James, John Angell, 1785-1859, joint ed)

6               The Works of the Rev. William Jay, of Argyle Chapel, Bath. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1844) (v. 1. Morning and evening exercises.) (Author: Jay, William, 1769-1853; Winter, Cornelius, 1741 or 2-1808; Clark, John, 1745-1808)

7               The Works of the Rev. William Jay, of Argyle Chapel, Bath. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1844) (v. 2. Short discourses to be read in families. The Christian contemplated in a course of lectures. Prayers.) (Author: Jay, William, 1769-1853; Winter, Cornelius, 1741 or 2-1808; Clark, John, 1745-1808)

8               The Works of the Rev. William Jay, of Argyle Chapel, Bath. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1844) (v. 3. Sermons. Life of Winter. Memoirs of John Clark. A charge to the wife of a minister. The wife's advocate, etc.) (Author: Jay, William, 1769-1853; Winter, Cornelius, 1741 or 2-1808; Clark, John, 1745-1808)

 



Jenks, Benjamin (Anglican) (1648-1732)

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1               Every Man's Ready Companion. (1757)

2               Meditations upon Various and Important Subjects and Short Prayers. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1793)

3               Meditations upon Various and Important Subjects and Short Prayers. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1793)

4               Prayers and Offices of Devotion for Families and for Particular Persons, Upon Most Occasions. (1833)

5               Submission to the Righteousness of God. Or, The necessity of Trusting to a Better Righteousness Than our Own. Opened and Defended, In a Plain Practical Discourse Upon Rom. 10:3. The Fifth Edition Corrected. (1764)

 


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1               A Sermon Preached to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, at Salters-Hall, on Monday, June 27, 1737. (1737)

2               A Vindication of the Scripture Doctrine of Original Sin. From Mr. Taylor’s free and candid Examination of it. (1740) (Author: David Jennings, John Taylor)

3               An Introduction to the use of the Globes & the Orery, also the Application of Astronomy to Chronology. (1766)

4               Antiquities of the Jews, Compiled From Authentic Sources, & their Customs Illustrated, From Modern Travels, with a Dissertation from Jenning's Antiquities. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1823) (Author: Brown, William, 1766-1835; Jennings, David, 1691-1762)

5               Antiquities of the Jews, Compiled From Authentic Sources, & their Customs Illustrated, From Modern Travels, with a Dissertation from Jenning's Antiquities. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1823) (Author: Brown, William, 1766-1835; Jennings, David, 1691-1762)

6               Jewish Antiquities or a Course of Lectures on the Three First Books of Godwin's Moses and Aaron. (1837) (Author: Jennings, David, 1691-1762 Subject: Godwin, Thomas, d. 1642; Bible; Jews -- Antiquities)

7               Jewish Antiquities. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1766)

8               Jewish Antiquities. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1766)

9               Sermons upon Various Subjects Preached to Young People on New Year's Days. (1730)

10            The Beauty and Benefit of Early Piety; Represented in Several Sermons, Preached to Young People, on New Year’s Days, and Published out of Compassion to the rising Generation. (1752)

 


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1               A Message to Ministers; the Character and Duty of a Christian Preacher. (microfilm) (1850)

2               Two Discourses - The First, of Preaching Christ, the Second of Particular and Experimental Preaching. (microfilm) (1740)

 



Jennings, John (Baptist) (1809-1871)

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1               A Tribute of Affection to the Memory of Rev. John Jennings. (1873) (Author: [Parker, Isabella Grahame (Jennings), Mrs.], 1836- )

 


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1               Recollections of Useful Persons and Important Events, within Seventy Years, with Appendices. (1884)

 


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1               Fifty Three Years in Syria. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1910)

2               Fifty Three Years in Syria. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1910)

3               Syrian Home Life. (1874) (Author: Jessup, Henry Harris, 1832-1910; Riley, Isaac, comp)

4               The Mohammedan Missionary Problem. (1879)

5               The Setting of the Crescent and the Rising of the Cross; or, Kamil Abdul Messiah, a Syrian Convert from Islam to Christianity. (1898) (Subject: Kamil, Abdul Messiah el Aietany, d. 1892)

6               The Women of the Arabs. With a Chapter for Children. (1873) (Author: Jessup, Henry Harris, 1832-1910; Robinson, Charles Seymour, 1829-1899; Riley, Isaac)

 


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1               An Exposition Upon the Two Epistles of the Apostle St. Paul to the Thessalonians. By the Reverend, John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury. A New Edition, carefully Revised and Corrected, by the Rev. Peter Hall, M.A., Rector of Milston, Wilts; and Minister of Long-Acre Chapel, London. (1841)

2               The Life of Bishop Jewel. (1835) (Author: Le Bas, Charles Webb, 1779-1861)

3               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 1 (1848) (v. 1. Preface; Sermon at Paul's Cross; Letters between John [Jewel], Bishop of Sarum and Dr. Cole; Reply of the Bishop of Sarum to Dr. Cole; v. 1., p. 129.)

4               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 2 (1848) (v. 2-3 - A reply unto M. Harding's answer.)

5               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 3 (1848) (v. 2-3 - A reply unto M. Harding's answer.)

6               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 4 (1848) (v. 4-6 Apologia ecclesiae anglicanae; A defense of the apology of the Church of England.)

7               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 5 (1848) (v. 4-6 Apologia ecclesiae anglicanae; A defense of the apology of the Church of England.)

8               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 6 (1848) (v. 4-6 Apologia ecclesiae anglicanae; A defense of the apology of the Church of England.)

9               The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 7 (1848) (v. 7. Exposition upon the two Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians; View of a seditious bull; Treatise of the Holy Scriptures; Certain sermons.)

10            The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury. In Eight Volumes. Volume 8 (1848) (v. 8. Treatise on the sacraments; Epistola Juelli ad D. Scipionem; Epistolae ad diversos; In rhetoricam vituperium; Concio ad clerum; The same in English; De usura; Certain frivolous objections against the government of the Church of England; Lady Bacon's translation of the Apology; Index.)

11            The Writings of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, Died 1571. (1843)

 


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1               Griffith John the Story of Fifty Years in China. By R. Wardlaw Thompson, Foreign Secretary of the              London Missionary Society. (1906) (Author: Thompson, R. Wardlaw (Ralph Wardlaw), 1842-          1916 Subject: John, Griffith, 1831-1912)

 


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1               A Plain Talk about the Theater. (1882)

2               Addresses delivered at the Inauguration of Rev. William C. Roberts, D.D., LL.D., As President of the Lake Forest University, June 22, 1887. (1887) (Author: Lake Forest University; McPherson, S. J. (Simon John), 1850-1919; Bross, William, 1813-1890; Johnson, Herrick, 1832-1913; Roberts, Wm. C. (William Charles), 1832-1903) (A glance at four essentials of education, by S.J. McPherson.--Address of Hon. William Bross, on presentation of the keys of the institution to President Roberts, and the president's reply.--Charge delivered to President Roberts, in behalf of the board of trustees, by H. Johnson.--Inaugural address. The ideal American university, by W.C. Roberts.)

3               Christianity's Challenge and some Phases of Christianity Submitted for Candid Consideration. (1881)

4               Comfort. (1877) (Author: Katharine Hardenbergh Johnson, Mrs. Herrick Johnson)

5               Edward North: A Memorial Address. (1903) (Subject: North, Edward, 1820-1903)

6               Forms for Special Occasions: Marriage, Burial, Baptism, the Lord's Supper, Ordination, Dedication, Etc., with Scripture Selections (Revised Version) for The Chamber of Sickness, the House of Mourning, the Service at Funerals. (1900)

7               From Love to Praise. (1903)

8               God's Ways Unsearchable: A Discourse , on the Death of President Lincoln, Preached before the Third Presbyterian Congregation, in Mozart Hall, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, April 23, 1865. (1865)

9               Herrick Johnson: An Appreciative Memoir. (1914) (Author: Robinson, Charles Edward, 1835-)

10            Revivals: Their Place and Their Power. (microfilm)  (1882)

11            The Banners of a Free People set up in the Name of their God: A Thanksgiving Sermon Preached before the First and Third Presbyterian Congregations, in the First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, November 24, 1864. (1864)

12            The Ideal Ministry. (1908)

13            The Shadow of the Rock; and The Voice of Twilight. (microfilm) (1880) (Author: Johnson, Herrick, Mrs., d. 1907)

14            The Shaking of the Nations. (1864) (Subject: United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865)

 


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1               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)

2               Introduction to Christian Missions. (1909)

3               John Calvin and the Genevan Reformation: A Sketch. (1900)

4               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1895) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (v. 1. Containing his more popular Writings and Lectures.)

5               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1896) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (v. 2. Containing Theological and Evangelical, Historical and Expository and Ecclesiological Writings.)

6               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology in Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1897) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911) (v. 3. Containing the notes on the Acts of the Apostles, and Briefs and Sermons, Selected and Arranged by Rev. T. C. Johnson, D.D. With biographical sketch of Dr. Peck by Rev. C. R. Vaughan, D. D.)

7               Some Modern Isms. (1919) (Subject: Russell, C. T. (Charles Taze), 1852-1916; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900; Unity School of Christianity; Sects; Mormon Church; Christian Science; New Thought)

8               The Life and Letters of Robert Lewis Dabney. (1903)

9               Virginia Presbyterianism and Religious Liberty in Colonial and Revolutionary Times. (1907)

 


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1               Johnston of Warriston. (1901) (Author: Morison, William)

2               Publications of the Scottish History Society. Volume 26 Wariston’s Diary and other Papers. Diary of Sir Archibald Johnston Lord Wariston 1639. The Preservation of the Honors of Scotland 1651-52. Lord Mar’s Legacies 1722-27. Letters Concerning Highland Affairs in the Eighteenth Century by Mrs. Grant of Laggan. (1896)

3               Publications of the Scottish History Society Second Series. Volume 18; Diary of Sir Archibald Johnson of Wariston. Volume 2 (1650-1654) Edited from the Original Manuscript, with Notes and Introduction by David Hay Fleming, LL.D.(1919) (Author: Warriston, Archibald Johnston, Lord; Paul, George Morson, Sir, 1839-1926; Fleming, David Hay, 1849-1931; Ogilvie, James D)

 



Johnston, John Black (Presbyterian) (1802-1882)

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1               Psalmody (1871)

2               The Prayer Meeting and its History, as Identified with the Life and Power of Godliness, and the Revival of Religion. (1870)

 



Johnstone, Robert (Presbyterian) (fl. 1871-1900)

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1               Lectures Exegetical & Practical on James, with a New Translation of the Epistle and Notes on the Greek Text (1871)

2               Lectures Exegetical & Practical on Philippians, with a revised Translation of the Epistle and Notes on the Greek Text (1875)

3               The First Epistle of Peter - Revised Text, with Introduction and Commentary (1888)

 



Jones, Charles John (Presbyterian) (1818-1907)

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1               From the Forecastle to the Pulpit: Fifty Years among Sailors, Containing an Account of a Wonderful Revival upon the Sea. (1884)

2               The Providence and Purpose of God in our National History: A Thanksgiving Sermon preached at the Sailor's Snug Harbor, Stanton Island, on Nov. 26, 1863. (1863)

3               The Sea and the Church. (1858)

 


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1               Army of Northern Virginia Memorial Volume. (1880) (Author: Jones, J. William (John William), 1836-1909; Association of the Army of northern Virginia. Virginia division Subject: Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870; Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia; United States -- History Civil war Regimental histories)

2               Christ in the Camp; or, Religion in Lee’s Army. (1888)

3               Confederate View of the Treatment of Prisoners. (1876) (Author: Southern historical society. [from old catalog]; Jones, J. William (John William), 1836-1909, comp)

4               Life and Letters of Robert E. Lee, Soldier and Man. (1906) (Subject: Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870)

5               Personal Reminiscences, Anecdotes, and Letters of General Robert E. Lee. (1875) (Subject: Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870)

6               Stonewall Jackson: A Military Biography. By John Esten Cooke, Formerly of General Stuart’s Staff. With an Appendix, containing personal Reminiscences, with a full account of the Ceremonies attending the unveiling of Foley’s Statue, including the Orations by Moses D. Hoge, D.D. By Rev. J. Wm. Jones, D.D., Author of “Personal Reminiscences of General Lee.” (1876) (Author: Cooke, John Esten, 1830-1886; Hoge, Moses D. (Moses Drury), 1818-1899; Jones, J. William (John William), 1836-1909 Subject: Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863; Richmond, Va. Jackson Statue)

7               The Davis Memorial Volume; or, Our Dead President, Jefferson Davis, and the World’s Tribute to his Memory, by J. Wm. Jones. (1890) (Subject: Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889)

8               Virginia’s Next Governor, General Fitzhugh Lee. (1885) (Subject: Lee, Fitzhugh, 1835-1905)

 


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1               A Commentary upon the Epistles of Saint Paul to Philemon, and to the Hebrews, together with a Compendious Explication of the Second and Third Epistles of Saint John. (1636)

 



Junkin, David Xavier (Presbyterian) (1808-1888)

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1               A Commentary upon the Epistle to the Hebrews. (1873) (Author: Junkin, George, 1790-1868; Junkin, D. X. (David Xavier), 1808-1888)

2               A Discourse Delivered on the Centenary of the First Presbyterian Church, Greenwich, New Jersey (on its Present Site) June 17, 1875. (1875)

3               The Good Steward; or, Systematic Beneficence an Essential Element of Christianity. (1864)

4               The Life of Winfield Scott Hancock: Personal, Military, and Political. (1880) (Author: Junkin, D. X. (David Xavier), 1808-1888; Norton, Frank Henry, 1836-1921. joint author Subject: Hancock, Winfield Scott, 1824-1886)

5               The Oath, a Divine Ordinance, and an Element in the Social Constitution: Its Origin, Nature, Ends, Efficacy, Lawfulness, Obligations, Interpretation, Form, and Abuses. (1845)

6               The Rev. George Junkin. A Historical Biography. (1871) (Subject: Junkin, George, 1790-1868)

 


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1               A Commentary upon the Epistle to the Hebrews. (1873) (Author: Junkin, George, 1790-1868; Junkin, D. X. (David Xavier), 1808-1888)

2               A Review of the Rev. Dr, Junkin’s Synodical Speech, in Defense of American Slavery; Delivered September 19th and 20th, and Published December  1843: With an Outline of the Bible Argument Against Slavery. (1844)

3               A Treatise on Justification. (1849)

4               A Treatise on Sanctification. (1864)

5               An Address delivered before the Literary Societies of Rutgers College. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1856)

6               An Address delivered before the Literary Societies of Rutgers College. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1856)

7               Political Fallacies: An Examination of the False Assumptions, and Refutation of the Sophistical Reasoning, which have brought on this Civil War. (1863)

8               Sabbatismos; A Discussion and Defense of the Lord's Day of Sacred Rest. (1866)

9               The Integrity of our National Union, vs. Abolitionism: An Argument from the Bible, in Proof of the Position that Believing Masters ought to be Honored and Obeyed by their Servants, and Tolerated in, not Excommunicated from, the Church of God: Being part of a Speech delivered before the Synod of Cincinnati, on the Subject of Slavery, September 19th and 20th, 1843. (1843)

10            The Little Stone and the Great Image: or, Lectures on the Prophecies Symbolized in Nebuchadnezzar's vision of the Golden Headed Monster. (1844)

11            The Rev. George Junkin. A Historical Biography. (1871) (Subject: Junkin, George, 1790-1868)

12            The Tabernacle: or, The Gospel according to Moses. (1865)

13            The Two Commissions: The Apostolic and the Evangelical. (1864)

14            The Vindication, Containing a History of the Trial of the Rev. Albert Barnes, by the Second Presbytery, and by the Synod of Philadelphia. To which are Appended, New Schoolism in the Seventeenth Compared with New Schoolism in the Nineteenth Century. (1836) (Subject: Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870)

15            Two Addresses delivered at Oxford, Ohio, on Occasion of the Inauguration of Rev. George Junkin. (1841) (Author: Miami University, Oxford, O. [from old catalog]; Junkin, George, 1790-1868. [from old catalog]        Subject: Johns, Henry Van Dyck, 1803-1859. [from old catalog])

 


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1               A Plain Method of Christian Devotion: Laid down in Discourses, Meditations, and Prayers, fitted to the Various Occasions of a Religious Life. In Three Parts. Translated and revised from the French of Monsieur Jurieu, by William Fleetwood, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Ely. The Twenty Sixth Edition. (1730)

2               The Accomplishment of the Scripture Prophecies: or, The Approaching Deliverance of the Church. Proving that the Papacy is the antichristian kingdom; and that that kingdom is not far from its ruin, that the present Persecution may end in Three Years and half after which the Destruction of antichrist shall begin, which shall be finished in the Beginning of the next age and then the Kingdom of Christ shall come upon Earth. (1687) (Notes: The original book has very tight margins. On several pages, the text is cut off because it runs into the center margin of the book. In the second part of the book, the page after Page 99 was mislabeled as Page 200 instead of 100. The page numbers continue sequentially from Page 200.)

3               The Sighs of France in Slavery, Breathing After Liberty. The Second General Means to prove, That the Absolute Power of the French Kings, is usurped. The States have ever been the Principal Depositories of the Sovereignty, and are Superior to Kings. The Seventh Memorial. Done out of French. (1690)

 


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