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Reformed Beliefs M continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, including such genres as Lutheran, Presbyterian, Anglican, Baptist, Congregationalist, Episcopal, German Reformed, and Dutch Reformed, and including such writers as D. L. Moody, and J. Gresham Machen.


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1               A Biographical Sketch of the late Rev. Donald McDonald: With an Appendix. (microfilm) (1892)

2               A Treatise on the Holy Ordinance of Baptism: Containing Scriptural views of the Baptism of John;           A comparative view of the Connection between Circumcision and Infant Baptism; The pouring out of the Spirit upon all flesh, called the Baptism of the Holy Ghost; From which is drawn          Incontrovertible Authority for External Baptism, by Pouring. By Donald Macdonald, Minister of                   the Church of Scotland, Prince Edward Island, Canada. (microfilm) (1898)

3               Hymns for Practice: Not to be used in the Solemn Worship of the Sanctuary. (microfilm) (1894)

4               Plan of Salvation. (microfilm) (1874)

 



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1               My Father's House; or, The Heaven of the Bible. (1855)

2               President Lincoln; His Figure in History: A Discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Princeton, New Jersey, on June 1, 1865. (1865)

3               Some Reminiscences of a Twenty Years' Ministry in Princeton, New Jersey. (1873)

4               The Coming of the Lord; A Key to the Book of Revelation. With an Appendix. By James M. Macdonald, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, Long Island. (1846)

5               The Life and Writings of Saint John. By James M. Macdonald, D.D., Princeton, New Jersey. Edited, with an Introduction, by the very Reverend J. S. Howson, D.D., Dean of Chester. (1877) (Author: MacDonald, James Madison, 1812-1876; Howson, J. S. (John Saul), 1816-1885)

6               The Perfect Law of Liberty. An Address delivered in Rehoboth Church, Iowa, on July 4, 1860. (1861)

7               Two Centuries in the History of the Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, L. I. (Queens); the Oldest Existing Church, of the Presbyterian Name, in America. By James M. Macdonald, D.D. With an Appendix, containing Discourses Delivered, and an account of the Services held, in commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the Founding of said Church, on the 7th, 8th, and 9th days of January, 1862. (1862)

 



Macdonnell, Daniel James (Presbyterian) (1843-1896)

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1               Life and Work of D. J. Macdonnell, Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Toronto - With a Selection of Sermons and Prayers. (1897) (Author: McCurdy, James Frederick, 1847-1935)

 



MacDougall, Donald (Presbyterian) (1854-1920)

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1               The Conversion of the Maoris. (1899) (Subject: Missions, New Zealand)

 


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1               A Century of Protestant Missions in China (1807-1907) being the Centenary Conference Historical Volume (1907)

2               The Chinese Church as Revealed in the National Christian Conference held in Shanghai, Tuesday, May 2, to Thursday, May 11, 1922. Editorial Committee Rev. F. Rawlinson, D.D., Chairman; Miss Helen Thoburn; and Rev. D. MacGillivray D.D., LL. D. (1922)

 



Macgowan, John (?-1922)

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1               A History of China from the Earliest days down to the Present. (1897)

2               Beauty. A Chinese Drama. (1911)

3               Beside the Bamboo. (1914)

4               Chinese Folk-Lore Tales. (1910)

5               Christ or Confucius, Which? or, The Story of the Amoy Mission. (1889)

6               How England Saved China. (1913)

7               Lights and Shadows of Chinese Life. (1909)

8               Men and Manners of Modern China. (1912)

9               Pictures of Southern China. (1897)

10            Sidelights on Chinese Life. (1907)

11            The Imperial History of China. (1906)

 



MacGregor, George Hogarth Carnaby (Presbyterian) (1864-1900)

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1               A Holy Life and how to Live it. (1897)

2               George H. C. MacGregor, M. A.: A Biography. (1900) (Author: Macgregor, Duncan Campbell, 1858-1943)

3               The Things of the Spirit; the Teaching of the Word of God about the Spirit of God. Arranged by Rev. G. H. C. MacGregor. (1898)

 



MacGregor, James (Presbyterian) (1759-1830)

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1               A few Remains of the Rev. James MacGregor. (1859)

2               Letter from the Rev. James MacGregor, Minister at Pictou, Nova Scotia, to the General Assembly          Synod, April 30, 1793. (microfilm) (1793)

3               Memoir of the Rev. James MacGregor, D.D., Missionary of the General Associate Synod of         Scotland to Pictou, Nova Scotia; with notices of the Colonization of the lower Provinces of British    America, and of the Social and Religious condition of the Early Settler. (1859) (Author:            Patterson, George, 1824-1897)

4               The Trials of James, Duncan, and Robert M'Gregor, Three sons of the Celebrated Rob Roy,          before the High Court of Justiciary, in the Years 1752, 1753, and 1754. To which is prefixed a                Memoir relating to the Highlands, with anecdotes of Rob Roy and his Family. (1818) (Author: Macgregor, James, Son of Rob Roy)

 


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1               Life and Letters of the Reverend James MacGregor D.D., Minister of St. Cuthberts parish,           Edinburgh, one of His Majesty's Chaplains. (1912) (Author: Balfour, Frances, Lady, 1858-1931)

2               The Inspiration of Scripture: Its Nature and Extent. (1864)

 


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1               A Pastor's Last Words to his People. (1863)

2               Memorials of the Life and Ministry of the Rev. John Machar, D. D., late Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Kingston. Edited by Members of his Family. (1873)

 


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1               A Brief Bible History; A Survey of the Old and New Testaments. (1922) (Author: Boyd, James   Oscar, 1874-1947; Machen, J. Gresham (John Gresham), 1881-1937. joint author)

2               Recent Criticism of the Book of Acts. (1919)

3               Teaching the Teacher; A First Book in Teacher Training. (1921) (Author: Boyd, James Oscar,                1874-1947; Machen, J. Gresham (John Gresham), 1881-1937; Athearn, Walter Scott, 1872-;       Robinson, Harold McAfee, 1881-)

4               The Literature and History of New Testament Times. (1915)

5               The Origin of Paul's Religion. (1921)

6               What is Faith? (microfilm) (1925)



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1               Effective Workers in Needy Fields. (1902) (Author: McDowell, William Fraser, 1858-1937;      Oldham, William Fitzjames, 1854-1937; Mackay, R. P; Creegan, Charles Cole, 1850-1939; Davis,      J. D. (Jerome Dean), 1838-1910 Subject: Livingstone, David, 1813-1873; Mackay, George   Leslie, 1844-1901; Thoburn, Isabella, 1840-1901; Hamlin, Cyrus, 1811-1900; Niijima, Jo, 1843- 1890)

2               From Far Formosa: The Island, its People, and Missions (1895) (Author: Mackay, George Leslie,         1844-1901; Macdonald, James Alexander, 1862-1923)

3               Life of George Leslie Mackay, D. D. 1844-1901. (1913) (Author: Mackay, R. P. (Robert Peter), b.          1847)

4               The Black Bearded Barbarian; The Life of George Leslie Mackay of Formosa. (1912) (Author:    MacGregor, Mary Esther Miller, 1876-1961)

 



Mackay, Isabella (Presbyterian) (1777-1850)

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1               A Brief Sketch of the Cape Breton Mission: With a Notice of the Late Mrs. Mackay of Rockfield, the Main Instrument in Establishing the Mission, and by whom its affairs were almost Solely Conducted. (microfilm) (1851)

 



MacKellar, Margaret (Presbyterian) (fl. 1861-1913)

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1               Dr. Margaret MacKellar: The Story of her Early Years. (1920) (Author: Oliver, B. Choné)

 



1               A Harmony of the Four Gospels: In which the Natural order of each is Preserved. With a               Paraphrase and Notes. The Fifth Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1819)

2               A Harmony of the Four Gospels: In which the Natural order of each is Preserved. With a               Paraphrase and Notes. The Fifth Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1819)

3               A New Literal Translation, from the Original, of the Apostle Paul's First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians. With a Commentary and Notes. (1787)

4               A New Literal Translation from the Original Greek of All the Apostolic Epistles. With A Commentary, and Notes, Philological, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical. To which is added, a History of the Life of the Apostle Paul. To which is Prefixed, an account of the Life of the Author. The Fourth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1809)

5               A New Literal Translation from the Original Greek of All the Apostolic Epistles. With A Commentary, and Notes, Philological, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical. To which is added, a History of the Life of the Apostle Paul. To which is Prefixed, an account of the Life of the Author. The Fourth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1809)

6               A New Literal Translation from the Original Greek of All the Apostolic Epistles. With A Commentary, and Notes, Philological, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical. To which is added, a History of the Life of the Apostle Paul. To which is Prefixed, an account of the Life of the Author. The Fourth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1809)

7               A New Literal Translation from the Original Greek of All the Apostolic Epistles. With A Commentary, and Notes, Philological, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical. To which is added, a History of the Life of the Apostle Paul. To which is Prefixed, an account of the Life of the Author. The Fourth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1809)

8               The Sacred Writings of the Apostles and Evangelists of Jesus Christ, Commonly Styled the New Testament. Translated from the Original Greek, by George Campbell, James Macknight, and Philip Doddridge, Doctors of the Church of Scotland. With prefaces to the Historical and Epistolary Books; and an Appendix, containing Critical Notes and Various Translations of Difficult Passages. Second Edition. (1828) (Author: Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866, comp; Campbell, George, 1719-1796; Macknight, James, 1721-1800; Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751)

9               The Truth of the Gospel History Showed in Three Books. (1763)

 


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1               A Doctor of the Old School. (1895)

2               A Wreath of Laurel Being Speeches on Dramatic and Kindred Occasions. (1898) (Author: Winter, William, 1836-1917; Irving, Henry, Sir, 1838-1905; Maclaren, Ian, 1850-1907; Jefferson, Joseph, 1829-1905; Curtis, George William, 1824-1892)

3               Afterwards and other Stories. (1898)

4               Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush. (1895)

5               Books and Bookmen and other Essays. (1912) (Subject: Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832; Burns,            Robert, 1759-1796; Books and reading; Wit and humor -- History and criticism)

6               Children of the Resurrection. (1912)

7               Church Folks. (1900)

8               Companions of the Sorrowful Way. (1898)

9               Graham of Claverhouse. (1908)

10            His Majesty Baby, and some Common Folk. (1902)

11            Humor: An Analysis. (2012)

12            "Ian Maclaren" The Life of the Rev. John Watson, D.D. (1909) (Author: Nicoll, W. Robertson     (William Robertson), Sir, 1851-1923 Subject: Maclaren, Ian, 1850-1907)

13            In Answer to Prayer. (1898) (Author: Carpenter, William Boyd, 1841-1918; Cuyler, Theodore L.         (Theodore Ledyard), 1822-1909; Maclaren, Ian, 1850-1907)

14            Kate Carnegie. (1904)

15            Modern Short Stories A Book for High Schools. (1918) (Author: Law, Frederick Houk, 1871-1957; Aumonier, Stacy, 1877-1928; Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937; Bottome, Phyllis, 1884-1963; Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916; Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905; Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, 1859-1930; Dyer, Walter A. (Walter Alden), 1878-1943; Gibbon, Perceval, 1879-1926; Gray, David, 1870-1968; Harris, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908; Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904; Henry, O., 1862-1910; Johnson, Owen, 1878-1952; Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936; London, Jack, 1876-1916; Maclaren, Ian, 1850-1907; Mitchell, S. Weir (Silas Weir), 1829-1914; Robertson, Morgan, 1861-1915; Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946; Sharp, William, 1855-1905; Stuart, Ruth McEnery, 1856-1917; Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910; Benda, Wladyslaw T. (Wladyslaw Theodore), 1873- , ill; Fogarty, Thomas, 1873-1938, ill; Century Company. pbl)

16            Our Neighbors. (1903)

17            Rabbi Saunderson. (1896)

18            Saint Jude's. (1907)

19            The Clerical Life; A series of Letters to Ministers.  (1898)

20            The Cure of Souls; Lyman Beecher Lectures on Preaching at Yale University, 1896. (1896)

21            The Days of Auld Lang Syne. (1895)

22            The Homely Virtues. Second Edition. (1904)

23            The Ian Maclaren Yearbook. (1897)

24            The Ideal Life. Addresses hitherto Unpublished. (1898) (Author: Drummond, Henry, 1851-1897; Maclaren, Ian, 1850-1907; Nicoll, W. Robertson (William Robertson), Sir, 1851-1923)

25            The Inspiration of our Faith Sermons. (1908)

26            The Mind of the Master. (1896)

27            The Potter's Wheel. (1897)

28            The Scot of the Eighteenth Century: His Religion and His Life. (1907)

29            The Upper Room. (1895)

30            Young Barbarians. (1901)

 


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1               An Essay on the Prophecies Relating to the Messiah - to which are Subjoined, an Inquiry into Happiness, and three Sermons. (1773)

2               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)

3               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.)

4               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               A Lecture on a School System for New Jersey: Delivered, January 23, 1828, in the Chapel of Nassau-Hill, before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New Jersey. (1829)

2               A Memoir of John Maclean (Senior), M. D. (1771-1814), the First Professor of Chemistry in the College of New Jersey. (1876)

3               A Plea for Continued Effort. (1869)

4               A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of the College of New Jersey: And an Address to the Members of the Senior Class, May 15, 1859. (1859)

5               An Examination of the Essays Bacchus and Anti-Bacchus. Published originally in the Princeton Review. (1841)

6               College of New Jersey. (1856)

7               Discourse delivered at the Funeral of John Maclean, D.D., LL.D., Tenth President of the College of New Jersey, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Princeton, New Jersey, Friday, August 13, 1886, by John T. Duffield, D.D. Together with; A Memorial Address delivered on the Marquand Chapel of the College of New Jersey on the Evening of Baccalaureate Sunday, June 19, 1887, by James M. Ludlow, D.D. (1880) (Author: Duffield, John Thomas, 1823-1901. [from old catalog]; Ludlow, James M. (James Meeker), 1841-1932)

8               History of the College of New Jersey, from its Origin in 1746 to the Commencement of 1854. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1877)

9               History of the College of New Jersey, from its Origin in 1746 to the Commencement of 1854. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1877)

10            Letters on the Elder Question. (1844)

11            Letters on the True Relations of Church and State to Schools and Colleges. (1853) (Author: Brown, A. B; Maclean, John, 1800-1886; Hope, Matthew B. (Matthew Boyd), 1812-1859)

12            The Inauguration of the Rev. John Maclean, D.D., Tenth President of the College of New Jersey, Wednesday, June 28, 1854. (1854)

 


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1               Ancient Records of Dumbarton and Glasgow/ Compiled and… in part Written by Donald MacLeod; Illustrated by Hamilton J. MacMillan. (1896)

2               Good Words for 1873. (1873) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

3               Good Words for 1874. (1874) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

4               Good Words for 1875. (1875) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

5               Good Words for 1876. (1876) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

6               Good Words for 1877. (1877) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

7               Good Words for 1878. (1878) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

8               Good Words for 1879. (1879) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

9               Good Words for 1880. (1880) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

10            Good Words for 1880. Volume 2 (1880) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

11            Good Words for 1881. Volume 1 (1881) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

12            Good Words for 1881. Volume 2 (1881) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

13            Good Words for 1882. Volume 1 (1882) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

14            Good Words for 1882. Volume 2 (1882) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

15            Good Words for 1883. (1883) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

16            Good Words for 1884. (1884) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

17            Good Words for 1885. (1885) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

18            Good Words for 1886. (1886) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

19            Good Words for 1887. (1887) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

20            Good Words for 1888. Volume 1 (1888) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

21            Good Words for 1888. Volume 2 (1888) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

22            Good Words for 1889. (1889) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

23            Good Words for 1900. (1900) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

24            Good Words for 1905. (1905) (Author: Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

25            MacLeod’s History of the Castle and Town of Dumbarton. (1877)

26            Memoir of Norman MacLeod, D. D.; Minister of Barony Parish, Glasgow; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains; Dean of the Chapel Royal; Dean of the most Ancient and most Noble Order of the Thistle, by his Brother the Rev. Donald MacLeod, B. A.; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains (1831-1916). Volume 1 (1876)

27            Memoir of Norman MacLeod, D. D.; Minister of Barony Parish, Glasgow; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains; Dean of the Chapel Royal; Dean of the most Ancient and most Noble Order of the Thistle, by his Brother the Rev. Donald MacLeod, B. A.; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains (1831-1916). Volume 2 (1876)

28            The History of the Highland Clearances; Containing a Reprint of Donald MacLeod's Gloomy Memories of the Highlands; Isle of Skye in 1882; and a Verbatim Report of the Trial of the Braes Crofters (1883) (Author: Mackenzie, Alexander, 1838-1898; MacLeod, Donald, 1831-1916)

29            The New Encyclopedia of Illustrative Anecdote, Religious & Moral - Original & Selected (1872)

 


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1               Church, Ministry, and Sacraments. (1898)

2               Days in North India. (1870)

3               Eastward. (1866) (Subject: Middle East -- Description and travel; Palestine -- Description and travel)

4               Good Words for 1863. (1863) (Author: Macleod, Norman, 1812-1872; Hunt, William Holman, 1827-1910; Millais, John Everett, Sir, 1829-1896; Tenniel, John, Sir, 1820-1914; Keene, Charles, 1823-1891; Walker, Frederick, 1840-1875; Watson, John Dawson, 1832-1892)

5               Good Words for 1865. (1865) (Author: Macleod, Norman, ed.)

6               Good Words for 1866. (1866) (Author: Macleod, Norman, ed.)

7               Good Words for 1868. (1868) (Author: Macleod, Norman, ed.)

8               Good Words for 1870. (1870) (Author: Macleod, Norman, ed.)

9               Good Words for 1871. (1871) (Author: Macleod, Norman, ed.)

10            Good Words for 1872. (1872) (Author: Macleod, Norman, ed. Macleod, Donald, 1831-1916,)

11            Memoir of Norman MacLeod, D. D.; Minister of Barony Parish, Glasgow; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains; Dean of the Chapel Royal; Dean of the most Ancient and most Noble Order of the Thistle, by his Brother the Rev. Donald MacLeod, B. A.; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains (1831-1916). Volume 1 (1876)

12            Memoir of Norman MacLeod, D. D.; Minister of Barony Parish, Glasgow; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains; Dean of the Chapel Royal; Dean of the most Ancient and most Noble Order of the Thistle, by his Brother the Rev. Donald MacLeod, B. A.; One of Her Majesty’s Chaplains (1831-1916). Volume 2 (1876)

13            Parish Papers. (1862)

14            Prevailing Prayer, an account of the Old South Chapel Prayer Meeting, Boston, with Introduction by Norman Macleod. (1859)

15            Reminiscences of a Highland Parish. (1871)

16            Simple Truth Spoken to Working People. (1867)

17            The Earnest Student: Being Memorials of John Mackintosh. (1863) (Subject: Mackintosh, John, 1822-1851; Presbyterians -- Biography)

18            The Gold Thread: A Story for the Young. (1897)

19            The Home School; or, Hints on Home Education. (1857)

20            The Lord’s Day: Substance of a Speech delivered at a meeting of the Presbytery of Glasgow, on Thursday, Nov. 16, 1865. (1865)

21            The Mercy and Justice of God Manifested in the Expulsion of our First Parents from the Garden of Eden, a Sermon. To which is subjoined an Appendix. (1849)

22            The Old Lieutenant and his Son. (1876)

23            The Starling: A Scotch Story. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1867)

24            The Starling: A Scotch Story. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1867)

25            The Temptation of Our Lord. (1873)

26            Wee Davie. (1864)

 


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1               Bible Teachings in Nature. (1870)

2               Footnotes from the Page of Nature; or, First Forms of Vegetation. (1861)

3               Gleanings in Holy Fields. (1899)

4               Holidays on High Lands; or, Rambles and Incidents in Search of Alpine Plants. (1873)

5               Jesus in the Cornfield; Sermons for Harvest and Flower Festivals. (1903)

6               Our Lord's Three Raisings from the Dead. (1876)

7               Roman Mosaics; or, Studies in Rome and its Neighborhood. (1888)

8               The Christmas Rose and Other Thoughts in Verse. (1901)

9               The Clan Macmillan: Addresses given at the Annual Gatherings of the Clan Society. (1901)

10            The Clock of Nature. (1898)

11            The Divine Artist; Sermons of Consolation. (microfilm)  (I. Hugh Macmillan, D.D., LL.D. II.              Principal Alexander Stewart, D.D. III. J. H. Jowett, M.A. IV. J. G. Greenhough, M.A. V. Thomas G.           Selby. VI. George Milligan, D.D. VII. Principal D. Rowlands, B.A. VIII. J. A. Clapperton, M.A. IX. T.                  Rhondda Williams.)

12            The Life-Work of George Frederick Watts, R. A. (1903)

13            The Marriage in Cana of Galilee. (1882)

14            The Ministry of Nature. (1893)

15            The Olive Leaf. (1886)

16            The True Vine; or, The Analogies of Our Lord's Allegory. (1875)

17            Two Worlds are Ours. (1880)

 


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1               Critical Dissertations on the Origin, Antiquities, Language, Government, Manners, and Religion, of the Ancient Caledonians, their Posterity the Picts, and the British and Irish Scots. (1768)

 



MacPherson, John (Presbyterian) (1847-1902)

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1               A History of the Church of Scotland; from the Earliest Times Down to the Present Day. (1901)

2               A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ. Being a Second and Revised Edition of a "Manual of the History of New Testament Times." Volume 1 (1890) (First Division. Political History of Palestine, from B.C. 175 to A.D. 135.) (Author: Schürer, Emil, 1844-1910; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902; Taylor, Sophia; Christie, Peter, d. 1905)

3               A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ. Being a Second and Revised Edition of a "Manual of the History of New Testament Times." Volume 2 (1890) (First Division. Political History of Palestine, from B.C. 175 to A.D. 135.) (Author: Schürer, Emil, 1844-1910; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902; Taylor, Sophia; Christie, Peter, d. 1905)

4               A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ. Being a Second and Revised Edition of a "Manual of the History of New Testament Times." Volume 1 (1885) (Second Division. The Internal Condition of Palestine, and of the Jewish People, in the Time of Jesus Christ.) (Author: Schürer, Emil, 1844-1910; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902; Taylor, Sophia; Christie, Peter, d. 1905)

5               A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ. Being a Second and Revised Edition of a "Manual of the History of New Testament Times." Volume 2 (1885) (Second Division. The Internal Condition of Palestine, and of the Jewish People, in the Time of Jesus Christ.) (Author: Schürer, Emil, 1844-1910; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902; Taylor, Sophia; Christie, Peter, d. 1905)

6               A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ. Being a Second and Revised Edition of a "Manual of the History of New Testament Times." Volume 3 (1891) (Second Division. The Internal Condition of Palestine, and of the Jewish People, in the Time of Jesus Christ.) (Author: Schürer, Emil, 1844-1910; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902; Taylor, Sophia; Christie, Peter, d. 1905)

7               A Treatise on Sanctification. (1898) (Author: Fraser, James, 1700-1769 Subject: Macpherson, John, 1847-1902)

8               Apologetics; or, The Scientific Vindication of Christianity. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1886) (Author: Ebrard, Johannes Heinrich August, 1818-1888; Stuart, William; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902)

9               Apologetics; or, The Scientific Vindication of Christianity. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1887) (Author: Ebrard, Johannes Heinrich August, 1818-1888; Stuart, William; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902)

10            Apologetics; or, The Scientific Vindication of Christianity. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1887) (Author: Ebrard, Johannes Heinrich August, 1818-1888; Stuart, William; Macpherson, John, 1847-1902)

11            Canon and Text of the Old Testament. (1892) (Author: Buhl, Frants, 1850-1932; Macpherson, John)

12            Christian Dogmatics (1898)

13            Church History. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1891) (Author: Kurtz, J. H. (Johann Heinrich), 1809-1890; Macpherson, John)

14            Church History. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1889) (Author: Kurtz, J. H. (Johann Heinrich), 1809-1890; Macpherson, John)

15            Church History. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1890) (Author: Kurtz, J. H. (Johann Heinrich), 1809-1890; Macpherson, John)

16            Commentary on Saint Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians. (1892)

17            Encyclopedia of Theology. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1884) (Author: Raebiger, J.F. (Julius Ferdinand), 1811-1891; Macpherson, John, M. A., tr)

18            Encyclopedia of Theology. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1884) (Author: Raebiger, J.F. (Julius Ferdinand), 1811-1891; Macpherson, John, M. A., tr)

19            Henry Moorhouse: The English Evangelist (1881) (Subject: Moorhouse, Henry, 1840?-1880)

20            Isabella MacPherson: A Devoted Life.

21            Life and Labors of Duncan Matheson, the Scottish Evangelist. (1876) (Subject: Matheson, Duncan 1824-1869)

22            Presbyterianism (1882)

23            The Doctrine of the Church in Scottish Theology. (1903) (Author: MacPherson, John, of Dundee; M'Crie, Charles Greig, 1836-1910)

24            The Gospel of St. Peter: Synoptical Tables, with Translation and Critical Apparatus. (1893) (Author: John Macpherson , Hans von Schubert)

25            The Westminster Confession of Faith: With Introduction and Notes (1881)

 



MacTavish, William Sharpe (Presbyterian) (1858-1932)

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1               Harvests in Many Lands - Fruitage of Canadian Presbyterianism (1908)

2               Missionary Pathfinders - Presbyterian Laborers at Home and Abroad (1907)

 



Macurdy, Elisha (Presbyterian) (1763-1845)

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1               The Life of the Rev. Elisha Macurdy - With an Appendix, Containing brief Notices of Various Deceased Ministers of the Presbyterian Church in Western Pennsylvania, by David Elliot (1787-1874) (1848)

 


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1               A Sermon: Preached in the Canada Presbyterian Church, Côté Street, Montreal, on Sabbath,   March 14, 1869, on the Occasion of the Death of John Redpath, Esquire, Terrace Bank.                (microfilm) (1869) (Subject: Redpath, John, 1796?-1869)

 

2               Addresses of Principal Dawson and Rev. Donald Harvey MacVicar: Delivered at the Bible Society           meeting, on January 27, 1864. (microfilm) (1864)

3               Hindrances and Helps to the Spread of Presbyterianism. (microfilm) (1879)

4               Life and Work of Donald Harvey MacVicar, D. D., LL. D., by his Son John Harvey MacVicar (1864-1959), B. A., Melville Church, Fergus, Ontario, Canada (1904)

5               Moral Culture an Essential Factor in Public Education. An Address delivered before the Ontario              Teachers' Association, Toronto, on August 14, 1879. (microfilm) (1879)

6               Recent Aspects of Materialism :Being a Lecture Delivered at the Opening of the Session of 1871-72, of the Presbyterian College, Montreal. (microfilm) (1871)

7               Roman Catholicism in Canada: Romanism in Relation to Education. Papers read at the Evangelical Alliance Conference, Montreal, October 1888. (microfilm) (1889) (Author: MacVicar, D. H. (Donald Harvey), 1831-1902; King, James M. (James Marcus), 1839-1907.)

8               The Office and Work of Elders. (microfilm) (1895)

9               The Teacher in the Study and in the Classroom: An Address delivered before the Quebec Teachers' Association at Quebec, on October 17, 1879. (microfilm) (1880)

10            The Teacher Reproduced in the Pupil: An Address delivered before the Provincial Sunday School Convention, Montreal, on January 30, 1890. (microfilm) (1890)

 


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1               I. A Sermon, Addressed to the Legislature of Connecticut; at New-Haven, on the day of the        Anniversary Election; May 2, 1826. By Lyman Beecher, D.D. (1826) II. The Presumption of     Skeptical and careless contemners of Religion. A Sermon Preached in the Meeting House of the             South Parish,--Andover, on the last Sabbath in November, 1828. By Ebenezer Porter, D.D.,                  President of the Theological Seminary, Andover. (1829) III. Objections Against the Gospel                   Refuted. A Sermon Preached March 4, 1829, at the Installation of the Rev. John Brown, D.D., as              Pastor of Pine Street Church, Boston. By Daniel Dana, D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian                   Church, Newburyport. (1829) IV. An Address, Delivered at the Collegiate Institution in Amherst,                   Massachusetts. By Heman Humphrey, D.D., on occasion of his Inauguration to the Presidency of           that Institution, on October 15, 1823. (1823) V. A Sermon, Preached July 22, 1807, at the Funeral                of the Reverend Alexander Macwhorter, D.D., Senior Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, in       Newark, New-Jersey. By Edward D. Griffin, A.M., Surviving Pastor of said Church. (1807)

2               A Series of Sermons, upon the Most Important Principles of Our Holy Religion. In Two Volumes.                Volume 1 (1803)

3               A Series of Sermons, upon the Most Important Principles of Our Holy Religion. In Two Volumes.                Volume  2 (1803)

4               The Blessedness of the Liberal: A Sermon, Preached in the Middle Dutch Church, before the    New-York Missionary Society, at their first Institution, November 1, 1796. (1796)

 


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1               Yahveh Christ, or, The Memorial Name. (1857) (Author: Macwhorter, Alexander, 1822-1880
           
Taylor, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel William), 1786-1858)

 



Magee, Hamilton (Presbyterian) (fl. 1848-1898)

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1               A History of the Irish Presbyterians, by William Thomas Latimer. (1902)

2               Fifty Years in 'The Irish Mission' (1900)



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1               A Discourse Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Elizabethtown, New Jersey, August 6,            1863, on Occasion of the Public Thanksgiving Appointed by Abraham Lincoln, President of the               United States. To Commemorate the Signal Victories Vouchsafed to the Federal Arms. (1863)                   (Subject: United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865)

2               The Ministry Magnified. A Sermon Preached at the Installation of Rev. C. Hoover, as Pastor of                   the Central Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey. By the Rev. David Magie, of          Elizabethtown. New Jersey. (1837) (Subject: Hoover, Charles, 1800 or 1-1875.)

3               The Spring-Time of Life; or, Advice to Youth. (1853)

 


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1               A Narrative of a New and Unusual American Imprisonment of Two Presbyterian Ministers: And the Prosecution of Mr. Francis Makemie for Preaching One Sermon in New York City. (1707) (Author: [Makemie, Francis], 1658-1708. [from old catalog] Subject: Hampton, John, d. ca. 1720.)

2               The Days of Makemie; or, a Vine Planted. A.D. 1680-1708. With an Appendix. (1885) (Author: Bowen, Littleton Purnell, 1833-1933 Subject: Makemie, Francis, 1658-1708; Presbyterian church in Maryland)

 


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1               An Explanation of the Rubrics in the Book of Common Prayer, with Special Reference to               Uniformity in Conducting the Service. By the Right Rev. Richard Mant, D.D., Late Bishop of Down              and Connor and Dromore. With Notes and Additions, to adapt it to the use in the American     Church, by W. D. Wilson, D.D., Trinity Professor of Christian Ethics, Etc., in Hobart Free College,                  at Geneva. (1854) (Author: Mant, Richard, 1776-1848; Wilson, W. D. (William Dexter), 1816-            1900)

2               Ancient Hymns, from the Roman Breviary, for Domestic use, Every morning and evening of the                 Week, and on the Holy-Days of the Church: To which are added, Original Hymns, Principally of             Commemoration and Thanksgiving for Christ's Holy Ordinances. (1837)

3               Appeal to the Gospel, or, An Inquiry into the Justice of the Charge, Alleged by Methodists and                  other Objectors, that the Gospel is not Preached by the National Clergy: In a Series of Discourses    Delivered before the University of Oxford in the Year 1812, at the Lecture Founded by the Late                Rev. J. Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury. (1812)

4               History of the Church of Ireland, from the Reformation to the Revolution; with a Preliminary    Survey, from the Papal Usurpation, in the Twelfth Century, to its Legal Abolition in the Sixteenth.   (1841)

5               Primitive Christianity Exemplified and Illustrated by the Acts of Primitive Christians. (1842)

6               Rubrickal Conformity the Churchman's Duty, and as such recognized by our Bishops, Divines,                    and Ritualists, in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. In a Charge Delivered to his Clergy,                    July 4th and 5th, 1843, by the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore. (1843)

7               The Book of Psalms, in an English Metrical Version, Founded on the basis of the Authorized Bible            Translation, and compared with the Original Hebrew; with Notes Critical and Illustrative. (1824)

8               The Holy Bible, according to the Authorized Version; with Notes, Explanatory and Practical;     Taken principally from the most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and Ireland, together with Appropriate Introductions, Tables, and Maps. Prepared and arranged by the late             Rev. George D'Oyly, D.D. and the Rev. Richard Mant, D.D., late Lord Bishop of Down, Connor,              and Dromore, Domestic Chaplains to His Grace the late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. In Two          Volumes. Volume 1 (1850) (Genesis-Job.) (Author: D'Oyly, George, 1778-1846; Mant, Richard,          1776-1848)

9               The Holy Bible, according to the Authorized Version; with Notes, Explanatory and Practical;     Taken principally from the most Eminent Writers of the United Church of England and Ireland, together with Appropriate Introductions, Tables, and Maps. Prepared and arranged by the late             Rev. George D'Oyly, D.D. and the Rev. Richard Mant, D.D., late Lord Bishop of Down, Connor,              and Dromore, Domestic Chaplains to His Grace the late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. In Two          Volumes. Volume 2 (1850) (Psalms-Malachi, & Apocrypha.) (Author: D'Oyly, George, 1778-    1846; Mant, Richard, 1776-1848)

10            The Laws of the Church, the Churchman's Guard against Romanism and Puritanism. In Two      Charges, Addressed to his Clergy, in June and July, 1842, by the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor      and Dromore. (1842)

 



Marsh, Dwight Whitney (Presbyterian) (1823-1896)

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1               Manual of the Congregational Church and Society in Owego, Tioga County, New York, September 1, 1874. (1874) (Bound volume includes: 1. Report of the State Convention held at the Capitol in the City of Albany -- 2. The Hudson River Overslagh and Coeymans Bouwery -- 3. Manual of the First Congregational Church in Camden, N.Y. -- 4. The 50th anniversary of the organization of the First Congregational Church, of Jamestown, N.Y. -- 5. Manual of the First Congregational Church in Middletown, Orange Co., N.Y. -- 6. Reception of the Oneida Volunteers at the City of New York, June, 1861 -- 7. Manual of the Congregational Church and Society in Owego, Tioga County, New York -- 8. Manual of the Congregational Church and Society in Owego, Tioga County, New York -- 9. Memorial of the consecration of St. James' Church, Syracuse, N.Y. -- 10. The Onondaga Historical Association Syracuse, N. Y. -- 11. A prospectus of Walnut Grove School, Troy, N.Y)

 

2               Marsh Genealogy. Giving several Thousand Descendants of John Marsh of Hartford, Ct. 1636-1895. Also including some account of English Marshes, and a Sketch of the Marsh Family Association of America. Compiled, Edited, and Published by Dwight Whitney Marsh, No. 5251 of Amherst, Mass. (1895) (Author: Marsh, Dwight Whitney, 1823-1896 Subject: Marsh family association; Marsh, John, 1618?-1688; Marsh family)

3               The Genealogy of the Hitchcock Family, who are Descended from Matthias Hitchcock of East Haven, Conn., and Luke Hitchcock of Westersfield, Conn. (1894) (Author: Hitchcock, Edward, Mrs., 1831-; Marsh, Dwight Whitney, 1823-1896 Subject: Hitchcock family; Hitchcock, Matthias, 1610?-1669; Hitchcock, Luke, d. 1659)

4               The Tennessean in Persia and Koordistan - Being the Scenes and Incidents in the Life of Samuel Audley Rhea (?-1865) (1869)

 



Marshall, Andrew (Presbyterian) (1779-1854)

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1               Ecclesiastical Establishments farther Considered. (1831)

2               The Atonement or the Death of Christ the Redemption of His People, a Posthumous Treatise. (1868)

 


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1               The Genuineness of the Text of the First Epistle of John Chapter Five Verse Seven Vindicated. (1722)

 


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1               Memoir of the Rev. Henry Martyn, B.D., Late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and            Chaplain to the Honorable East India Company. (1858) (Author: Sargent, John, 1780-1833;    Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Evangelical Knowledge)

2               Henry Martyn Confessor of the Faith. (1922) (Author: Padwick, Constance E)

3               Henry Martyn. (1881) (Author: Bell, Charles Dent)

4               Henry Martyn, his Life and Labors: Cambridge - India - Persia. (1890) (Author: Page, Jesse)

5               Henry Martyn, Saint and Scholar, First modern Missionary to the Mohammedans. (1892) (Author: Smith, George, 1833-1919)

6               Journal and Letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn. (1851) (Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873)

7               Messengers of the Churches: First Series: Seven Pioneer Missionaries. (1900) Subject: Coke, Thomas, 1747-1814; Carey, William, 1761-1834; Ousley, Gideon, 1762-1839; Martyn, Henry, 1781-1812; Case, William, 1780-1855; Williams, John, 1796-1839; Morrison, Robert, 1782-1834

8               Missionary Pioneers in India. (1896) Author: Rutherfurd, John Subject: Ziegenbalg, Bartholomaeus, 1683-1719; Swartz, Christian Frederick, 1726-1798; Martyn, Henry, 1781-1812; Carey, William, 1761-1834; Heber, Reginald, 1783-1826

9               The Life of Rev. Henry Martyn. Written for the American Sunday School Union. (1832) (Author: Hall, John, 1806-1894; Sargent, John, 1780-1833.)

 


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1               An Evangelical Ministry, the Security of a Nation: A Sermon, Preached in Behalf of the American Home Missionary Society, in the Bleeker Street Church, New York, on January 2, 1848. (1848)

2               God's Hand in Human Events: A Sermon, Preached In the Bleeker Street Church on July 14, 1850, in Reference to the Death of President Taylor. (1850)

3               Sabbath Schools: A Sermon Preached in the Bleeker-Street Church, New York, preceding a Contribution to the funds of the American Sunday-School Union, June, 1845. (1845)

4               The Pastor's Legacy: Being Sermons on Practical Subjects. (1853)

 


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1               Dives and Lazarus. A Sacred Poem in Dialogue. (1883)

2               Select Remains of the Late Rev John Mason A.M., of London. Containing a Variety of Devout and             useful Sayings, on Divers Subjects, digested under proper Heads. (1806)

 


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1               An Apology for Apostolic Order and its Advocates. In a Series of Letters, addressed to the Rev. John M. Mason, D.D. Second Edition. With Notes and an Index. (1844) (Author: Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830 Subject: Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Episcopal Church; Episcopacy; Apostolic succession)

2               Essays on the Church of God: In which the Doctrines of Church Membership and Infant Baptism are Fully Discussed. (1843)

3               Memoirs of John M. Mason, D. D., S. T. P. (1856) (Author: Van Vechten, Jacob, 1788-1871)

4               Sermons, Lectures, and Orations. (1860) (Author: Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829;         Eadie, John, 1810-1876)

5               The Complete Works of John M. Mason, D. D. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1849) (Author:         Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Mason, Ebenezer, 1800-1849) (I. Catholic            Communion. II. Letters on Frequent Communion. III. Considerations on Lots.)

6               The Complete Works of John M. Mason, D. D. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1849) (Author:         Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Mason, Ebenezer, 1800-1849) (I. Essays on         Episcopacy. II. Essays on the Church of God.)

7               The Complete Works of John M. Mason, D. D. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1849) (Author:         Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Mason, Ebenezer, 1800-1849) (I. Sermons. 1. The            Gospel for the Poor, 2. Divine Judgments, 3. Mercy Remembered in Wrath, 4. Hope for the        Heathen, 5. Pardon of Sins,  6. Living Faith, 7. Messiah's Throne, 8. Christian Mourning, 9. Full           Assurance of Faith and Hope, 10. Evangelical Ministry Exemplified, 11. Salvation by Grace. II.               Lectures. 1. Psalm 23, 2. Psalm 8, 3. Matthew 27: 1-5. III. Sermons. 1. Ministerial Fidelity, 2. The            Christian Warfare, 3. The Christian Warfare continued.)

8               The Complete Works of John M. Mason, D. D. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1849) (Author:         Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Mason, Ebenezer, 1800-1849) (I. Sermons. 4.    Nature and Necessity of Regeneration, 5. Works of the Flesh and Spirit Distinguished, 6. True                   Honor, 7. Apostolic Commission, 8. Nonconformity to the World, 9. The Fountain of Life, 10. The     Gospel Offer, 11. The Gospel no Cause of Shame, 12. On Steadfastness in Religious Sentiment. II.     Speech on Resignation of Pastoral Charge. III. Death of David Hume, Esquire, and Samuel Finley,            D.D. - a Contrast. IV. Conversation with a Young Traveler. V. Oration on the Death of           Washington. VI. Oration on the Death of Hamilton. VII. Voice of Warning.)

 


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1               A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God: Consisting of a Meditation for Each Morning in the Year, Upon Select Texts of Scripture. Humbly intended to Establish the Faith, Promote the Comfort, and Influence the Practice of the Followers of the Lamb. By William Mason, Esquire. The First American Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1803)

2               A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God: Consisting of a Meditation for Each Evening in the Year, Upon Select Texts of Scripture. Humbly intended to Establish the Faith, Promote the Comfort, and Influence the Practice of the Followers of the Lamb. By William Mason, Esquire. The First American Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1803)

3               The Christian's Companion for the Sabbath; Suited for the Family or Closet: Consisting of Meditations Doctrinal, Experimental, and Practical, for each Lord's Day throughout the Year. (microfilm) (1817)

4               The Gospel Magazine. (1766-Present)

 


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1               History of the German Reformed Church (1851)

 


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1               Grace Defended, In a Modest Plea for an Important Truth; Namely, That the Offer of Salvation made to Sinners in the Gospel, comprises in it an Offer of the Grace given in Regeneration. And Showing the Consistency of this Truth with the Free and Sovereign Grace of God, in the whole Work of Man's Salvation. In Which; The Doctrine of Original Sin and Human Impotence, the Object and Extent of Redemption, the Nature of Regeneration, the Difference between Common and Special Grace, the Nature of Justifying Faith, and other Important Points, are considered and cleared. (1744)

2               Indian Converts: or, Some Account of the Lives and Dying Speeches of a Considerable Number of the Christianized Indians of Martha's Vineyard, in New-England. Viz. I. Of Godly Ministers. II. Of other Good Men. III. Of Religious Women. IV. Of Pious Young Persons. By Experience Mayhew, M.A., Preacher of the Gospel to the Indians of that Island. To which is added, some Account of those English Ministers who have successively presided over the Indian Work in that and the adjacent Islands. By Mr. Prince. (1727) (Author: Mayhew, Experience, 1673-1758; Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758 Subject: Mayhew family; Indians of North America; Indians of North America; Wampanoag Indians)

3               Observations on the Indian Language. (1884)

4               Some Correspondence between the Governors and Treasurers of the New England Company in London and the Commissioners of the United Colonies un America, the Missionaries of the Company, and others; Between the Years 1657 and 1712. To which are added the Journals of the Rev. Experience Mayhew in 1713 and 1714. (1896) (Author: John W. Ford , Experience Mayhew)

 


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1               History of the Sequa-Centennial of Paxtang Church, September 18, 1890. (1890)

 


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1               A Correct Narrative of the Proceedings of the Presbytery of Philadelphia, Relative to the Reception and Installation of Mr. Albert Barnes: With Three Letters in Answer to One, Relative to the aforesaid Proceedings. (1830) (Subject: Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870)

2               A Discussion of Christian Baptism, as to its Subject, its Mode, its History, and its Effects upon Civil and Religious Society. In Opposition to the Views of Mr. Alexander Campbell, as expressed in a seven days' debate with the Author, at Washington Kentucky, October 1824, and in his spurious publication of that debate, and of a previous one of two days with the Rev. John Walker of Ohio, and in opposition to the views of the celebrated Mr. Robinson, and other Baptist Authors. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1828) (Subject: Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866; Baptism; Christian churches and Churches of Christ; Baptists; Disciples of Christ)

3               A Discussion of Christian Baptism, as to its Subject, its Mode, its History, and its Effects upon Civil and Religious Society. In Opposition to the Views of Mr. Alexander Campbell, as expressed in a seven days' debate with the Author, at Washington Kentucky, October 1824, and in his spurious publication of that debate, and of a previous one of two days with the Rev. John Walker of Ohio, and in opposition to the views of the celebrated Mr. Robinson, and other Baptist Authors. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1828) (Subject: Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866; Baptism; Christian churches and Churches of Christ; Baptists; Disciples of Christ)

4               A Few Specimens of Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs that are Deemed Suitable for French Schools and Congregations in America. (1851)

5               A Public Discussion on the Doctrine of the Trinity, between Elder Frederick Plummer, "Christian" (Unitarian); and the Rev. William L. M'Calla, Presbyterian. Held at Ridley, Delaware County, Pennsylvania on the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st of January, 1842. (1851)

6               Adventures in Texas: Chiefly in the Spring and Summer of 1840; With a Discussion of Comparative Character, Political, Religious, and Moral; Accompanied by an Appendix, containing a humble attempt to aid in Establishing and Conducting Literary and Ecclesiastical Institutions with consistency and prosperity, upon the good old foundation of the Favor of God Our Savior. (1841)

7               Discussion of Universalism, or, A Defense of Orthodoxy against the Heresy of Universalism, as Advocated by Mr. Abner Kneeland, in the Debate in the Universalist Church, Lombard Street, July, 1824, and in his various publications, as also in those of Mr. Ballou, and others. (1825) (Subject: Kneeland, Abner, 1774-1844; Ballou, Adin, 1803-1890)

8               French Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs. (1854)

9               The Unitarian Baptist of the Robinson School Exposed; In Papers collateral to a Discussion of Christian Baptism, and its effects on civil and religious society as shown in the Scriptures, and in the history of the Church, In Opposition to the Views of Mr. Alexander Campbell, as expressed in a seven days' debate with the Author, at Washington Kentucky, October 1824, and in his spurious publication of that debate, and of a previous one of two days with the Rev. John Walker of Ohio, and in opposition to the views of the celebrated Mr. Robins

on, and other Baptist Authors. By W. L. M'Calla, Pastor of the Eighth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. (1826)

 


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1               A Missionary Heroine. (1890) (Author: Cooper, Carrie S; Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Women's        Executive Committee of Home Missions Subject: McBeth, Sue L., 1830-1893; Nez Percé Indians          -- Missions)

 



McCarrell, Joseph (Presbyterian) (1795-1864)

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1               Bible Temperance: In Three Discourses, delivered on the evenings of the Third- Fifth Sabbaths of Aug., 1841, in the First Associate Reformed Church, Newburgh. (1841)

2               Sermons. (1888)

 


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1               Aids to Faith: A Series of Theological Essays, by several Writers. Being a Reply to “Essays and Reviews.” Edited by William Thompson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol. (1870) (Author: Thomson, William, 1819-1890; Mansel, Henry Longueville, 1820-1871; Fitzgerald, William, 1814-1883; McCaul, Alexander, 1799-1863; Cook, F. C. (Frederic Charles), 1810-1889; Rawlinson, George, 1812-1902; Browne, Edward Harold, 1811-1891; Ellicott, C. J. (Charles John), 1819-1905) (On miracles as evidences of Christianity / H.L. Mansel -- On the study of the evidences of Christianity / William Fitzgerald -- Prophecy / A. McCaul -- Ideology and subscription / F.C. Cook -- The Mosaic record of creation / A. McCaul -- On the genuineness and authenticity of the Pentateuch / George Rawlinson -- Inspiration / Edward Harold Browne -- The death of Christ / Willam Thomson -- Scripture, and its interpretation / Charles John Ellicott.)

2               An Examination of Bishop Colenso’s difficulties with regard to the Pentateuch; and some Reasons for Believing in its Authenticity and Divine Origin. (1863) (Author: McCaul, Alexander, 1799-1863 Subject: Colenso, John William, 1814-1883)

3               An Examination of Bishop Colenso’s difficulties with regard to the Pentateuch. Part II. (1864) (Author: McCaul, Alexander, 1799-1863 Subject: Colenso, John William, 1814-1883)

4               Introduction to Hebrew Grammar for the use of Beginners. (1847)

5               Lectures on the Prophecies Proving the Divine Origin of Christianity, delivered in the Chapel of the Hon. Society of Lincoln’s Inn, on the Foundation of the late Bishop Warburton. (1846)

6               Plain Sermons on Subjects Practical and Prophetic. (1840)

7               Rabbi David Kimchi’s Commentary upon the Prophecies of Zechariah. Translated from the Hebrew. With Notes and Observations on the Passages Relating to the Messiah. (1837) (Author: Kimchi, David, 1160-1235?; McCaul, Alexander, 1799-1863)

8               Reasons for Believing that the Charge lately Revived against the Jewish People are a Baseless Falsehood. (1840)

9               The Ancient Interpretation of Leviticus 18:18: As Received in the Church for more than 1500 years; a Sufficient Apology for holding that, According to the Word of God, Marriage with a Deceased Wife’s Sister is Lawful; a Letter to W. H. Lyall. (1859) (Author: McCaul, Alexander, 1799-1863; Lyall, William, 1811-1890)

10            The Eternal Sonship of the Messiah: A Sermon Preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on the Feast of the Annunciation and in the Chapel of Trinity College, Dublin, on Sunday morning, April 29, 1838, with Notes and an Appendix. (1838)

11            The Old Paths: or, A Comparison of the Principles and Doctrines of modern Judaism with the Religion of Moses and the Prophets. (1837)

 



McClatchie, Thomas (Presbyterian) (1812-1885)

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1               Confucian Cosmogony - A Translation of section 49 of the Complete Works of the Philosopher Choo-Foo-Tze with Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. Thomas McClatchie, M. A., Canon of St. John’s Cathedral, Hongkong; and Missionary from the C. M. S. to China. (1874)

2               Journal of the China branch of the Royal Asiatic Society for the Year 1885. New Series, Vol. XX. (1886)

 



McClelland, Alexander (1794-1864)

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1               A Brief Treatise on the Canon and Interpretation of the Holy Scriptures: For the Special benefit of Junior Theological Students: But intended for Private Christians in general. By Alexander McClelland, Professor of Biblical Literature in the Theological Seminary at New Brunswick. (1860)

2               A Newly Opened Treasury of Heavenly Incense, or, Christian’s Companion: Containing Instructions, Hymns, and Prayers, Applicable to all Persons, Situations, and Circumstances in Life. (1839) (Author: Zollikofer, Johannes, 1633-1692; Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; McClelland, Alexander, 1794-1864; Ebaugh, John S., 1795-1874 Subject: Reformed Church)

3               Sermons. (1867) (Author: McClelland, Alexander, 1796?-1864; Dickinson, R. W)

 



McColl, John (Presbyterian) (fl. 1845-1920)

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1               Records and Memories of Boston Church in the 'Scotch Block', Esquesing Township, County of Halton, Ontario, Canada, 1820-1920. (1920)

 


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1               American Spiders and their Spinning Work. A Natural History of the Orb Weaving Spiders of the United States with Special Regard to Industry and Habits. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1889)

2               American Spiders and their Spinning Work. A Natural History of the Orb Weaving Spiders of the United States with Special Regard to Industry and Habits. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1890)

3               American Spiders and their Spinning Work. A Natural History of the Orb Weaving Spiders of the United States with Special Regard to Industry and Habits. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1893)

4               Ant Communities and how they are Governed; A Study in Natural Civics. (1909)

5               Lincoln and His Veterans: A Centenary Ode. (1909)

6               Object and Outline Teaching. A Guide Book for Sunday-School Workers. Designed to Explain, Defend, and exemplify the use of Objects, Blackboard, Maps, and Pictures in Sunday-School Teaching. (1871)

7               Old Farm Fairies. A Summer Campaign in Brownieland Against King Cobweaver's Pixies. A Story for Young People. (1895)

8               Quaker Ben: A Tale of Colonial Pennsylvania in the days of Thomas Penn. (1911) (Author: McCook, Henry C. (Henry Christopher), 1837-1911; Welsh, H. Devitt, 1888-1942)

9               Some Characteristics of Abraham Lincoln: An Address made in the assembly room of the Union League of Philadelphia before the Pennsylvania Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. (1901)

10            Tenants of an old Farm; Leaves from the Note-Book of a Naturalist. (1885)

11            The Gospel in Nature: A Series of Popular Discourses on Scripture Truths Derived from Facts in Nature. (1887)

12            The Latimers; A Tale of the Western Insurrection of 1794. (1898)

13            The Martial Graves of our Fallen Heroes in Santiago de Cuba. (1899)

14            The Story of the Token as belonging to the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. (1902) (Author: Shiells, Robert, 1825-1908; McCook, Henry C. (Henry Christopher), 1837-1911) (Introduction to 2d edition signed: Henry C. McCook)

15            The Tercentenary Book. Commemorative of the Completion of the Life and Work of John Knox, of the Huguenot Martyrs of France, and the Establishment of Presbytery in England. Containing an account of the "Tercentenary Celebration" as Observed by the Presbyterians of Philadelphia, on November 20, 1872; The Oration of Professor S. J. Wilson, D.D., LL.D., and Historical Papers of the Rev. R. M. Patterson, the Rev. J. B. Dales, D.D., and the Rev. James McCosh, D.D., LL.D. With an Introduction by the Rev. Henry C. McCook. Illustrated. (1873)

16            The Women Friends of Jesus: A Course of Popular Lectures based upon the Lives and Characters of the Holy Women of Gospel History. (1886)

17            Twentieth Century Addresses; General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 17, 1901. (1902) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S. General Assembly; Craig, Willis Green, 1834-1911; McCook, Henry C. (Henry Christopher), 1837-1911; Minton, Henry Collin, 1855-1924; Purves, George Tybout, 1852-1901; Speer, Robert E. (Robert Elliott), 1867-1947; Brownson, Marcus Acheson, 1859-; Niccolls, Samuel Jack, 1838-1915; Dickey, Charles Andrews, 1838-1910)

 



McCord, William J. (Presbyterian) (1810-1888)

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1               Our Passover or The Great Things of the Law. (1865)

2               Salvation or The Sinner Directed in the Way of Life. (1846)

3               Why Will Ye Die?  An Expostulation with Self Destroyers. (1854)

 


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1               Christian Science, or, The False Christ of 1866 - An Examination of the Origin, Animus, Claims, Philosophical Absurdities, Medical Fallacies, and Doctrinal Contents of the New Gospel of Mental Healing. (1899)

 


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1               A Criticism of the Critical Philosophy. (1884) (Subject: Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804)

2               Addresses delivered at the Funeral of Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Logic                and Moral and Political Science in the College of New Jersey, in the First Presbyterian Church,    Princeton, New Jersey, on Tuesday, February 20, 1883. Together with; A Memorial discourse,                  delivered in the College Chapel on the evening of Baccalaureate Sunday, June 17, 1883. (1883)       (Author: Porter, Noah, 1811-1892; McCosh, James, 1811-1894; Taylor, William M. (William     Mackergo), 1829-1895 Subject: Atwater, Lyman Hotchkiss, 1813-1883)

3               An Examination of Mr. J. S. Mill's Philosophy: Being a Defense of Fundamental Truth. (1880)      (Subject: Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873)

4               Certitude, Providence, and Prayer. (1883)

5               Christ the Way, the Truth, and the Life: Being the Baccalaureate Sermon Preached before the College of New Jersey, June 27, 1869. (1869)

6               Christianity and Positivism: A Series of Lectures to the Times on Natural Theology and Apologetics, delivered in New York, January 16 to March 20, on the "Ely Foundation" of the Union Theological Seminary. (1871)

7               Course of Study in Princeton College: A Report by the President to the Board of Trustees of the College of New Jersey, on November 8, 1877. (1877)

8               Criteria of Diverse kinds of Truth as Opposed to Agnosticism: Being a Treatise on Applied Logic. (1882)

9               Development: What it can do and what it cannot do. (1883)

10            Energy: Efficient and Final Cause. (1883)

11            Faith in Christ and Faith in Doctrine Compared and Contrasted: The Baccalaureate Sermon, Preached before the College of New Jersey, June 23, 1872. (1872)

12            First and Fundamental Truths: Being a Treatise on Metaphysics. (1889)

13            German Psychology of Today; The Empirical School. With a Preface by James McCosh. (1886) (Author: Ribot, Th. (Théodule), 1839-1916; Baldwin, James Mark, 1861-1934, tr; McCosh, James, 1811-1894)

14            Gospel Sermons. By James McCosh, D.D., LL.D., Litt.D., Ex-President of Princeton College. (1888)

15            Higher Education and a Common Language. (1879) (Author: Hamerton, Philip Gilbert, 1834-1894; McCosh, James, 1811-1894; Elliott, Charles, 1815-1892; De Gubernatis, Angelo, 1840-1913; Palmer, Ray, 1808-1887; Drone, Eaton S. (Eaton Sylvester), 1842-1917 Subject: Universities and colleges)

16            Ideas in Nature Overlooked by Dr. Tyndall. Being an Examination of Dr. Tyndall's Belfast Address. (1875)

17            Inauguration of James McCosh as President of the College of New Jersey, Princeton, October 27, 1868. (1868)

18            Lessons Derived from the Plant: The Baccalaureate Sermon, Preached before the College of New Jersey, June 26, 1870. (1870)

19            Locke's Theory of Knowledge: With a Notice of Berkeley. (1884) (Subject: Locke, John, 1632-1704; Berkeley, George, 1685-1753)

20            Notes on Psychology from Lectures given by James McCosh, D.D., LL.D. President of the College of New Jersey. (1880)

21            On Singleness of Eye: The Baccalaureate Sermon, Preached before the College of New Jersey, June 22, 1873. (1873)

22            Our Moral Nature; Being a Brief System of Ethics. (1892)

23            Outlines of Moral Philosophy. By Dugald Stewart, Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. With a Memoir, a Supplement, and Questions, by James M'Cosh, LL.D., Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Queen's University in Ireland. Ninth Edition. (1876) (Author: Stewart, Dugald, 1753-1828; McCosh, James, 1811-1894)

24            Philosophy of Reality: Should it be Favored by America? (1894)

25            Psychology: The Cognitive Powers. (1886)

26            Psychology: The Motive Powers, Emotions, Conscience, and Will. (1887)

27            Realistic Philosophy Defended in a Philosophic Series. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1887) (I. Expository.) (Author: McCosh, James, 1811-1894 Subject: Berkeley, George, 1685-1753; Hume, David, 1711-1776; Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895; Locke, John, 1632-1704; Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903; Realism)

28            Realistic Philosophy Defended in a Philosophic Series. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1887) (II. Historical and Critical.) (Author: McCosh, James, 1811-1894 Subject: Berkeley, George, 1685-1753; Hume, David, 1711-1776; Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895; Locke, John, 1632-1704; Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903; Realism)

29            Religion in a College: What Place should it have? Being an Examination of President Eliot's Paper, Read before the Nineteenth Century Club in New York, on February 3, 1886. (1886)

30            Report of the Commission on Education, of the State of New Jersey, to the Legislature, 1872. (1872) (Author: New Jersey. Commission on education. [from old catalog]; Campbell, William Henry, 1808-1890. [from old catalog]; McCosh, James, 1811-1894)

31            The Development Hypothesis: Is it Sufficient? (1876)

32            The Duty of Irish Presbyterians to their Church: At the Present Crisis in the Sustentation of the Gospel Ministry. (1868)

33            The Emotions. (1880)

34            The Intuitions of the Mind Inductively Investigated. (1867)

35            The Laws of Discursive Thought, Being a Text-Book of Formal Logic. (1870)

36            The Life of James McCosh: A Record Chiefly Autobiographical. (1896) (Sloane, William Milligan, 1850-1928)

37            The Method of the Divine Government, Physical and Moral. (1882)

38            The New Departure in College Education: Being a Reply to President Eliot's Defense of it in New York, on February 24, 1885. (1885)

39            The Phillips Exeter Lectures: Lectures delivered before the Students of Phillips Exeter Academy, 1885-1886. (1887) (Author: McCosh, James; Walker, Francis Amasa; Bartlett, Samuel Colcord, 1817-1898; Carter, Franklin; Robinson, E. G; Porter, Noah; Brooks, Phillips, 1835-1893 Subject: Phillips Exeter Academy (Exeter, N. H.))

40            The Prayer-Gauge Debate. (1876) (Author: Tyndall, John, 1820-1893; Galton, Sir Francis, 1822-1911; Littledale, Richard Frederick, 1833-1890; McCosh, James, 1811-1894; Means, John O. (John Oliver), 1822-1883)

41            The Prevailing types of Philosophy: Can they logically reach Reality? (1891)

42            The Propriety of Acknowledging the Lord in All our Ways. (1878)

43            The Religious Aspect of Evolution. (1888)

44            The Royal Law of Love; or, Love in Relation to Law and to God, The Baccalaureate Sermon Preached before the College of New Jersey, on June 27, 1875. (1875)

45            The Scottish Philosophy: Biographical, Expository, and Critical, from Hutcheson to Hamilton. (1874)

46            The Supernatural in Relation to the Natural. (1862)

47            The Tests of Various Kinds of Truth: Being a Treatise of Applied Logic. Lectures delivered before the Ohio Wesleyan University on the Merrick Foundation. (1891)

48            The Wheat and Chaff Gathered into Bundles: A Statistical Contribution towards the History of the Recent Disruption of the Scottish Ecclesiastical Establishment. (1843)

49            The World a Scene of Contest: The Baccalaureate Sermon, Preached before the College of New Jersey, June 25, 1876. (1876)

50            Twenty Years of Princeton College: Being Farewell Address Delivered, June 20, 1888. (1888)

51            Typical Forms and Special Ends in Creation. (1857) (Author: McCosh, James, 1811-1894; Dickie, George, 1813?-1882)

52            Unity with Diversity in the Works and Word of God. The Baccalaureate Sermon Preached before the College of New Jersey, on June 25, 1871. (1871)

53            Waiting for God: A Sermon Preached in Great Queen Street Chapel, April 26, 1867, in behalf of the Wesleyan-Methodist Missionary Society. (1867)

54            What an American University Should Be. (1885)

55            Whither? O Whither? Tell me Where. (1889)

56            Wood's Bible Animals. A Description of the Habits, Structure, and uses of every living Creature mentioned in the Scriptures, from the Ape to the Coral; and Explaining all those Passages in the Old and New Testaments in which Reference is made to Beast, Bird, Reptile, Fish, or Insect. Illustrated with over One Hundred new Designs, by Keyl, Wood, and E. A. Smith; Engraved by G. Pearson. By the Rev. J. G. Wood, M.A., F.L.S., Etc. To which are added Articles on Evolution, by Rev. James McCosh, D.D., President of the College of New Jersey, and Research and Travel in Bible Lands, by Rev. Daniel March, D.D. (1875) (Author: Wood, John George, 1827-1889. [from old catalog]; McCosh, James, 1811-1894; March, Daniel. [from old catalog] Subject: Bible; Evolution)

 


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1               Two Sermons on Predestination and Providence. (1843)

 


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1               Aryo-Semitic Speech: A Study in Linguistic Archaeology. (1881)

2               History, Prophecy and the Monuments; or, Israel and the Nations. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (To the Fall of Samaria.) (1894)

3               History, Prophecy and the Monuments, or, Israel and the Nations. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (To the Fall of Nineveh.) (1896)

4               History, Prophecy and the Monuments; or, Israel and the Nations. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (Completing the Work.) (1901)

5               Life and Work of D. J. Macdonnell, Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Toronto. With a Selection of Sermons and Prayers. (1897) (Author: McCurdy, James Frederick, 1847-1935 Subject: MacDonnell, D. J. (Daniel James), 1843-1896)

6               The Book of Amos. Expounded. (1899) (Author: Schmoller, Alfred; Chambers, Talbot Wilson, 1819-1896)

7               The Book of Joel. Expounded. (1899) (Author: Schmoller, Alfred; Forsyth, John, 1811-1886)

8               The Book of Haggai. Expounded. (1899)

9               The Book of Hosea. Expounded. (1899) (Author: Schmoller, Alfred; McCurdy, James Frederick, 1847-1935)

 


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1               A Sermon, Preached at Newark, New Jersey on September 13, 1837, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions at their Twenty-Eighth annual Meeting. (1837)

2               Bible Class Manual: or, A System of Theology in the Order of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, Adapted to Bible Classes. Volume 1 (1838)

3               Memoirs of the Rev. John McDowell, D. D., and the Rev. William A. McDowell, D. D. (1864) (Author: Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876 Subject: McDowell, John, 1780-1863; McDowell, William Anderson, 1789-1851)

4               Questions on the Bible for the use of Schools. (1820)

5               Theology, in a Series of Sermons in the Order of the Westminster Shorter Catechism. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1826)

6               Theology, in a Series of Sermons in the Order of the Westminster Shorter Catechism. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1826)

 


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1               Of Church Discipline (1833)

 


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1               Among the Cannibals of New Guinea - Being the Story of the New Guinea Mission of the London Missionary Society. (1888)

2               The Story of the Lifu Mission. (1873)

 


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1               A Short History of American Presbyterianism from its Foundation to the Reunion of 1869. (1903) (Author: McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889; Hopkins, Samuel Miles, 1813-1901; Wilson, Samuel J Subject: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A)

2               Church Government. A Treatise Compiled from his Lectures in Theological Seminaries. (1888)

3               Deaconesses. (1880)

4               Discourses at the Inauguration of the Rev. Alexander T. McGill D. D. as Professor of Pastoral Theology, Church Government, and Composition and Delivery of Sermons, in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. Delivered at Princeton, September 12, 1854, before the Directors of the Seminary. I. The Ministry we Need. By the Rev. Nicholas Murray, D.D., of Elizabethtown, New Jersey. II. Practical Theology. By the Rev. Alexander T. M'Gill, D.D. (1854) (Author: Murray, Nicholas, 1802-1861; McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889
Subject:
McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889; Princeton Theological Seminary)

5               In Memoriam Alexander Taggart McGill (Son of Alexander Taggart McGill). (1900) (Subject: McGill, Alexander Taggart, 1843-1900.)

6               Life of Faith. A Sermon Preached before the Synod of New-Jersey, at the Opening of its Sessions, at Rahway, New Jersey, Tuesday Evening, October 21, 1862. By Alexander T. M'Gill, D.D., of Princeton, New Jersey. (1862)

7               Mason and Dixon's Line: A History. Including an Outline of the Boundary Controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia. (1857)

8               Patriotism, Philanthropy, and Religion: An Address before the American Colonization Society, January 16, 1877. (1877)

9               Popery the Punishment of Unbelief. A Sermon before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, at Baltimore, May 25, 1848. By Alexander T. McGill, D.D., Professor in Western Theological Seminary. (1848)

10            Sinful but not Forsaken: A Sermon Preached in the Presbyterian Church, Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, New York, on the Day of National Fasting, January 4, 1861. (1861)

11            The Hand of God with the Black Race. A Discourse Delivered before the Pennsylvania Colonization Society. (1862)

12            The Monongahela of Old; or, Historical Sketches of South-Western Pennsylvania to the Year 1800. (1858) (Author: Veech, James, 1808-1879.)

13            The Presence of God, a People's Prosperity; A Sermon Preached on Sunday Morning, April 11, 1841, in the Presbyterian Church, at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Being the first Sabbath after the Decease of William Henry Harrison, Late President of the United States: By Alexander T. McGill, Pastor of the Church. (1841)

14            The Tenure of the Elder's Office. (1872)

 



McGill, James (Presbyterian) (1806-1883)

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1               Enter into thy Closet: or, Secret Prayer and its Accompanying Exercises. Intended to Assist Young          Persons and others in Acquiring Devotional Habits, without the aid of Written Forms. By the Rev.    James M'Gill, Hightae, Lochmaben. (1843)

 



McGill, Robert (Presbyterian) (1798-1856)

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1               A Sermon Preached on Occasion of the Death of The Rev. Robert McGill, D. D., Minister of Saint Paul's Church, Montreal. (1856) (Author: Cook, John, 1805-1892)

2               Brief Notices on the Relation of the Synod of Canada to the Church of Scotland, being the basis of an Exposition of this Subject to the Presbyterian Congregation of Niagara, on Wednesday Evening, March 6, 1844. (microfilm) (1844)

3               Discourses Preached on Various Occasions in the Course of Ministerial Duty. (microfilm) (1853)

4               Letters on the Condition and Prospects of Queen’s College, Kingston: Addressed to the Hon. William Morris, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. (microfilm) (1846)

5               Letters to the Friends of the Presbyterian Church of Canada on the Establishment of a Literary and Theological College. (1839)

6               Prayer and Devout Meditations: Designed to Assist the Young Christian in the Cultivation of a Devout Temper. (microfilm) (1842)

7               Report on the part of the Convener of the Synod’s Committee to Negotiate on the Subject of Reunion with the Seceding Brethren: Addressed Privately to the Members of the Synod. (microfilm) (1844)

8               Respect for the Burying place of the Dead: A Sermon Preached in St. Paul’s Church in 1848, with the view of Arousing Attention to the Propriety of Establishing a Public Cemetery for the City. (microfilm) (1848)

9               The Love of Country: A Discourse Preached in St. Andrew’s Church, Niagara, on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1838, a Day appointed for Public Thanksgiving on Account of their Deliverance from the Miseries of the Late Insurrection. (microfilm) (1838)

 


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1               A Half Century among the Siamese and the Lao: An Autobiography. By Daniel McGilvary, D.D. With an Appreciation by Arthur J. Brown, D.D. (1912) (Author: McGilvary, Daniel, 1828-1911;          Bradley, Cornelius Beach, 1843-1936, ed)

 


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1               Christian Unity and Peace Recommended. A Sermon Preached at Rowley, May 9, 1765. By David            MacGregore, A.M., Pastor of a Church in Londonderry. (1765)

 


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1               Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne, Minister of St. Peter's Church,          Dundee. (1878) (Author: Bonar, Andrew A. (Andrew Alexander), 1810-1892; M'Cheyne, Robert      Murray, 1813-1843)

2               The Works of the Late Rev. Robert M'Cheyne. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1848) (I. Life and         Remains. II. Letters. III. Specimens of his Sketches of Sermons. IV. Other Pieces Already           Published. V. Lectures. VI. Familiar Letters.)

3               The Works of the Late Rev. Robert M'Cheyne. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1847) (89 Sermons.)

 


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1               A Last Appeal to the "Market-Street Presbyterian Church and Congregation:"  In a Series of Seven Sermons, Predicated on Sketches of the Dispensations of God toward His People. To which are added (In an Appendix to Sermon 5) Strictures on "The Fiend of the Reformation Detected:" By James Gray, D.D.  (1818)

2               Sermons on Important Subjects, Selected from the Manuscripts of the Late Rev. James M'Chord, A.M. (1822)

3               The Body of Christ, a Series of Essays on the Scriptural Doctrine of Federal Representation. Corrected, Enlarged, and Concluded, from the Evangelical Record and Western Review. Edited by James M'Chord. (1814)

4               The Fiend of the Reformation Detected. Part I. The Two Sophisms Detected, which have split the Reformers into Calvinists, Arminians, Redemptional Universalists, Etc. Part II. A Brief Review of the Present State of the Reformed Churches; Their Controversies, Sermons, Theological Seminaries, Some of the Chief Causes of their Divisions assigned, and some Hints Suggested, respecting the Cure of their Schisms. By James Gray, D.D. (1817) (Author: Gray, James, 1770-1824 Subject: M'Chord, James, 1785-1820; Covenant theology)

 


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1               History of the Foreign Missions of the Secession and United Presbyterian Church. (1867)

2               History of the Secession Church. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839)

3               History of the Secession Church. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839)

4               Life and Correspondence of the Late Rev. Henry Belfrage, D. D. of Falkirk. (1837) (Author: M'Kerrow, John, 1789-1867; McFarlane, John Subject: Belfrage, Henry, 1774-1835)

5               The Office of the Ruling Elder in the Christian Church: Its Divine Authority, Duties, and Responsibilities. (1846)

 


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1               A Scriptural View of the Character, Causes, and Ends of the Present War. (1815)

2               Lectures upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation. (1814)

3               Memoir of Alexander McLeod, D.D., New York. (1855) (Author: Wylie, Samuel B. (Samuel      Brown), 1773-1852; McLeod, John Niel, 1806-1874)

4               Negro Slavery Unjustifiable. A Discourse by the Late Rev. Alexander McLeod, D.D., Pastor of the             First Presbyterian Church, New York. 1802. Eleventh Edition. With an Appendix. (1863)

5               The Life and Power of True Godliness; Described in a Series of Discourses. By Alexander McLeod,           D.D., Late Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, New York. Fourth Edition. With an           Introductory Essay. By John Niel McLeod, D.D. (1845) (Author: Alexander McLeod , John Niel            McLeod)

 



McLeod, Duncan Darroch (Presbyterian) (1840-1917)

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1               Address to the Presbyterian Congregation of Barrie. (microfilm) (1896)

2               Every part of it is of a Great Work and is Spiritual Work: A Sermon Preached on Feb. 25, 1894. (microfilm) (1894)

3               False Prophets. A Lecture. (microfilm) (1885)

4               In Loving Remembrance of the late Thomas Shortreed  who died at Toronto, June 23, 1886. (microfilm) (1886) (Subject: Shortreed, Thomas, 1837-1886)

5               Our Own Church: An Address to the Young People's Presbyterian Society of the Barrie Presbytery, Sept, 1896. (microfilm) (1897)

6               Reflections for the New Year; An Address. (microfilm) (1874)

7               Sermon Preached on the Occasion of Burn's Anniversary, January 23, 1885. (microfilm)

8               The Good Fight: A Discourse Preached in Presbyterian Church, Barrie, on Jan. 1, 1893 on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Dr. Fraser. (microfilm) (1892)

9               The Restoration Theory, with some Reference to a Sermon by the Rev. Daniel James MacDonnell. (microfilm) (1876) (Author: McLeod, D. D. (Duncan Darroch), 1840-1917; MacDonnell, D. J. (Daniel James), 1843-1896 Subject: Restorationism; Future punishment)

10            The Sabbath School Teacher and his Work. (microfilm) (1884)

11            The Work of the Church at home: An Address delivered to the Student's Missionary Society of Knox College, in Knox College, Toronto, Nov. 13, 1896. (microfilm) (1897)

 



McLeod, Malcolm James (Presbyterian) (1865-1940)

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1               A Comfortable Faith. (1908)

2               Earthly Discords and how to Heal them. (1903)

3               Heavenly Harmonies for Earthly Living. (1902)

4               Letters to Edward. (1913)

5               “Songs in the Night.” (1919)

6               The Culture of Simplicity. (1904)

7               The Unsearchable Riches. (1911)

8               What God hath joined Together. (1915)

 


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McMaster, Samuel (Presbyterian) (1744-1811)

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1               A Sketch of Rev. Samuel McMaster. (1900) (Author: McMaster, John Stevenson, 1859-1924
Subject:
McMaster, Samuel, 1744-1811; Makemie, Francis, 1658-1708)

 


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1               Laura Clarence: A Treatise on Baptism. (1882)

2               The Wife of Fairbank on Kirks and Ministers. (1893)

 


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1               Discourses Chiefly Biographical, of Persons Eminent in Sacred History. (1850)

 


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1               History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Italy in the Sixteenth Century: Including a Sketch of the History of the Reformation in the Grisons. (1828) (Subject: Reformation -- Italy; Reformation -- Switzerland Grisons)

2               History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Spain in the Sixteenth Century (1842)

3               Lectures on the Book of Esther. (1838)

4               Life of John Knox; Containing Illustrations of the History of the Reformation in Scotland: With Biographical Notices of the Principal Reformers, and Sketches of the Progress of Literature in Scotland during the Sixteenth Century; and an Appendix, consisting of Original Papers. First American Edition. (1905)

5               Sermons by the Late Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1836)

6               Memoirs of Mr. William Veitch, and George Brysson, Written by themselves: With other Narratives Illustrative of the History of Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution. To which are added, Biographical Sketches and Notes, by Thomas M’Crie, D. D. (1825) (Author: Veitch, William, 1640-1722; Brysson, George, b. 1649?; Wallace, James, d. 1678; Ure, James; M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835 Subject: Bothwell Bridge, Battle of, 1679)

7               The Life of Thomas M'Crie D. D. (1842) (Author: M'Crie, Thomas, 1797-1875 Subject: M'Crie,             Thomas, 1772-1835)

8               The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. A New Edition edited by his Son Thomas M'Crie, D.D., LL.D. In               Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Life of John Knox.) (Author: McCrie, Thomas, 1772-1835;            McCrie, Thomas, 1797-1875 Subject: Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572; Melville, Andrew, 1545-1622)

9               The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. A New Edition edited by his Son Thomas M'Crie, D.D., LL.D. In               Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1856) (Life of Andrew Melville.) (Author: McCrie, Thomas, 1772-1835;         McCrie, Thomas, 1797-1875 Subject: Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572; Melville, Andrew, 1545-1622)

10            The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. A New Edition edited by his Son Thomas M'Crie, D.D., LL.D. In               Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1856) (I. The Reformation in Italy. II. The Reformation in Spain.)     (Author: McCrie, Thomas, 1772-1835;            McCrie, Thomas, 1797-1875

11            The Works of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. A New Edition edited by his Son Thomas M'Crie, D.D., LL.D. In               Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1857) (I. Review of "Tales of My Landlord." II. On the Unity of the Church. III. Sermons.) (Author: McCrie, Thomas, 1772-1835;McCrie, Thomas, 1797-1875

 


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1               Annals of English Presbytery, From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By Thomas M'Crie,                  D.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of the English Presbyterian College, London. (1872)

2               Geology of the Bass Rock. By Hugh Miller, with its Civil and Ecclesiastical History and Notices of              some of its Martyrs, by Dr. M'Crie and Others. (1852) (Author: Miller, Hugh, 1802-1856; M'Crie,       Thomas, 1797-1875)

3               History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. Fourth Edition, with Notes and Facsimiles of                  Title-Pages of the Original Editions of The Confession of Faith; The Catechisms, Larger and      Shorter; and The Directory for Church Government; and Ordination of Ministers. Edited by the                 Rev. Robert Williamson, Ascog, Rothesay. (1878) (Author: Hetherington, W. M. (William    Maxwell), 1803-1865)

4               History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. (1875) (Author: Hetherington, W. M. (William           Maxwell), 1803-1865)

5               Lives of Alexander Henderson, by Thomas M’Crie, D. D., and James Guthrie, by Alexander Henderson, with Specimens of their Writings. (1846)

6               Memoirs of Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, Bart. (1850)

7               Sketches of Scottish Church History: Embracing the Period from the Reformation to the Revolution. Fourth Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1846)

8               Sketches of Scottish Church History: Embracing the Period from the Reformation to the Revolution. Fourth Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1846)

9               The Bass Rock; its Civil and Ecclesiastical History, Geology, Martyrology, Zoology, and Botany. (1848) (Civil and Ecclesiastical History of the Bass, by The Rev. Thomas M’Crie, Geology of the Bass, by Hugh Miller, Martyrs of the Bass, by the Rev. James Anderson, Zoology of the Bass, by John Flemming, D. D., F. R. S. E., Professor of Natural Science in the New College, Edinburgh, and Botany of the Bass, by John Hutton Balfour, M. D., F. R. S. E., Professor of Botany in the University of Edinburgh)

10            The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1842) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835)

11            The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1843) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835)

12            The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1843) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835)

13            The Early Years of John Calvin: A Fragment, 1509-1536. (1880) (Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564)

14            The Life of Robert Blair, Minister of St. Andrews, Containing his Autobiography, from 1593 to 1636, with; Supplement to his life, and Continuation of the History of the Times to 1680, by his Son-In-Law, Mr. William Row, Minister of Ceres, Edited for the Wodrow Society, from the Original Manuscript, by Thomas M’Crie, D. D. (1848) (Author: Blair, Robert, 1593-1666; Row, William, 1614?-1698; M'Crie, Thomas, 1797-1875; Wodrow Society, Edinburgh)

15            The Provincial Letters of Blaise Pascal. A New Translation with Historical Introduction and Notes, by Rev. Thomas M’Crie. Preceded by a Life of Pascal, a Critical Essay, and a Biographical Notice. (1866) (Author: Pascal, Blaise, 1623-1662; McCrie, Thomas, 1797-1875; Wight, O. W. (Orlando Williams), 1824-1888; Villemain, M. (Abel-François), 1790-1870 Subject: Jesuits; Jansenists)

16            The Story of the Scottish Church. From the Reformation to the Disruption. (1875)

17            Vindication of the Covenanters; In a Review of the “Tales of My Landlord” (Sir Walter Scott), by the Late Thomas M’Crie, D. D. Fourth Edition. (1845)

 



McWard, Robert (Presbyterian) (1633-1687)

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1               The Poor Man's Cup of Cold Water: Ministered to the Saints and Sufferers for Christ in Scotland               who are Amidst the Scorching Flames of the Fiery Trial. (1676) (HTML)

 


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1               Sermons and an Essay on the Pentateuch. By Robert Means, A.M., of Fairfield District, South   Carolina. With an Introduction and a Sermon Occasioned by his Death, by George Howe,        Professor of Biblical Literature in the Theological Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina. (1836)                  (Author: Means, Robert, 1796-1836; Howe, George, 1802-1883 Subject: Cooper, Thomas,     1759-1839)

 


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1               The Twin Parables; or, The Mysteries of the Kingdom of God: A Series of Expository Sermons on                some of the Leading Parables of Our Lord; to which is Appended, a Classification of these and           other Developed and Undeveloped Parables of Our Savior. By Rev. R. W. Mecklin, Pastor of the                Presbyterian Poplar Creek Church, West Mississippi. (1892)

 



Meeker, Eli (1780-1835)

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1               Sermons, on Philosophical, Evangelical, and Practical Subjects. Designed for the use of Various Denominations of Christians. By the Rev. Eli Meeker. (1829)

 


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1               The Life and Death of Dr Martin Luther. (1641) (Author: Adam, Melchior, d. 1622; Hayne,      Thomas, 1582-1645 Subject: Luther, Martin, 1483-1546)

 


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1               A Letter from a Friend in the City to a Member of Parliament, Anent Patronages. (1703)

2               A Sermon Preached in the High Church of Edinburgh, upon Psalm 137:5 and 6, on Sunday, April 27, 1690. Before many of the Nobility, Barons, and Burrows, Members of the High Court of Parliament, and the Magistrates of the said City; as it was taken from the Author’s Mouth, when Preached. By George Meldrum, Minister of Kilwinning Parish, Ayrshire. (1690)

3               The Danger of Popery Discovered, with a Dissuasive from it: For the use of the Vulgar, who have not Money to Buy, or Time to Read larger Books. (1705)

 


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

2               The Life of Andrew Melville, Containing Illustrations of the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Scotland, During the Later part of the Sixteenth and Beginning of the Seventeenth Century. With an Appendix, Consisting of Original Papers. By Thomas M'Crie D. D., Minister of the Gospel, Edinburgh. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1819) (Author: M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835)

3               The Life of Andrew Melville, Containing Illustrations of the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Scotland, During the Later part of the Sixteenth and Beginning of the Seventeenth Century. With an Appendix, Consisting of Original Papers. By Thomas M'Crie D. D., Minister of the Gospel, Edinburgh. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1819) (Author: M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835)

 


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1               The Autobiography and Diary of Mr. James Melville, Minister of Kilrenny, in Fife, and Professor                of Theology in the University of St. Andrews. With a Continuation of the Diary. Edited from the           Manuscripts in the Libraries of the Faculty of Advocates and University of Edinburgh, by Robert               Pitcairn, Esquire, F.S.A. Scot. (1842) (Author: Melville, James, 1556-1614; Pitcairn, Robert, 1793-        1855)

2               The Diary of Mr. James Melville. 1556-1601. (1829)

 


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1               Select Sermons, by the Late Rev. David Merrill, Peacham, Vermont. With a Sketch of his Life.   (1855) (Author: Merrill, David, 1798-1850; Pearson, Thomas Scott, 1828-1856)

 



M'Gavin, William (1773-1832)

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1               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised and Continued to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 1 (1852) (Division I. Abercromby - Brown.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871)

2               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised and Continued to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 2 (1853) (Division II. Brown - Dalrymple.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871)

3               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised and Continued to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 3 (1854) (Division I. Dalrymple - Fordyce.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871)

4               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised and Continued to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 4 (1853) (Division IV. Fordyce - Horner.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869)

5               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised and Continued to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 5 (1854) (Division V. Horner - Lesley.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869)

6               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised and Continued to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 6 (1854) (Division VI. Lesley - Ramsay.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869)

7               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Originally Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised under the care of the Publishers. With a Supplemental Volume, Continuing the Biographies to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 7 (1855) (Division VII. Ramsay - Wilson.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869)

8               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Originally Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised under the care of the Publishers. With a Supplemental Volume, Continuing the Biographies to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 8 (1855) (Division VIII. Wilson - Young. Abercrombie - Hepburn) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869)

9               A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Originally Edited by Robert Chambers. New Edition, Revised under the care of the Publishers. With a Supplemental Volume, Continuing the Biographies to the Present Time. With Numerous Portraits. In Nine Volumes. Volume 9 (1855) (Division IX. Heriot - Wood.) (Author: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871; Thomson, Thomas, 1798-1869)

10            Secreta Monita Societatis Jesu. Secret Instructions of the Jesuits. Printed Verbatim from the London Copy of 1725. To which is Prefixed a Historical Essay; with an Appendix of Notes, by the Editor of the Protestant. (1831)

11            The Protestant, A Series of Essays on the Principal Points of Controversy between the Church of Rome and the Reformed. Tenth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1837)

12            The Protestant, A Series of Essays on the Principal Points of Controversy between the Church of Rome and the Reformed. Tenth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1837)

13            The Protestant, A Series of Essays on the Principal Points of Controversy between the Church of Rome and the Reformed. Sixth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1823)

14            The Protestant, A Series of Essays on the Principal Points of Controversy between the Church of Rome and the Reformed. Tenth Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1837)

 



M’Ginnes, James Y. (Presbyterian) (1815-1851)

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1               A Sketch of the Life, Character, and Writings of the Rev. James Y. M'Ginnes, of Shade Gap, Pennsylvania, by the Rev. Daniel Lawrence Hughes, of Spruce Creek Pennsylvania. (1854) (Author: Hughes, Daniel Lawrence, 1820-1902)

 


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1               A Dissertation on the Influence of Opinions on Language and of Language on Opinions, which                   gained the Prussian Royal Academy's Prize on that Subject. Containing many Curious Particulars   in Philology, Natural History, and the Scriptural Phraseology. Together with an Enquiry into the              Advantages and Practicability of a Universal Learned Language. The Second Edition. (1771)

2               Commentaries on the Law of Moses. By the Late Sir John David Michaelis, K.S.P., F.R.S.,               Professor of Philosophy in the University of Gottingen. Translated from the German, by                Alexander Smith, D.D., Minister of Chapel of Garioch, Aberdeenshire. In Four Volumes Volume 1            (1814) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Smith, Alexander, tr)

3               Commentaries on the Law of Moses. By the Late Sir John David Michaelis, K.S.P., F.R.S.,               Professor of Philosophy in the University of Gottingen. Translated from the German, by                Alexander Smith, D.D., Minister of Chapel of Garioch, Aberdeenshire. In Four Volumes Volume 2            (1814) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Smith, Alexander, tr)

4               Commentaries on the Law of Moses. By the Late Sir John David Michaelis, K.S.P., F.R.S.,               Professor of Philosophy in the University of Gottingen. Translated from the German, by                Alexander Smith, D.D., Minister of Chapel of Garioch, Aberdeenshire. In Four Volumes Volume 3            (1814) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Smith, Alexander, tr)

5               Commentaries on the Law of Moses. By the Late Sir John David Michaelis, K.S.P., F.R.S.,               Professor of Philosophy in the University of Gottingen. Translated from the German, by                Alexander Smith, D.D., Minister of Chapel of Garioch, Aberdeenshire. In Four Volumes Volume 4            (1814) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Smith, Alexander, tr)

6               Introduction to the New Testament. By John David Michaelis, Late Professor in the University of            Gottingen, Etc. Translated from the Fourth Edition of the German, and Considerably Augmented         with Notes, and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three First Gospels. By    Herbert Marsh, B.D., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume        1 Part 1 and Volume 1 Part 2 (1802) (Containing the Translator's Notes to the First Volume.)               (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Marsh, Herbert, 1757-1839)

7               Introduction to the New Testament. By John David Michaelis, Late Professor in the University of            Gottingen, Etc. Translated from the Fourth Edition of the German, and Considerably Augmented         with Notes, and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three First Gospels. By    Herbert Marsh, B.D., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume        2 Part 1 (1802) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Marsh, Herbert, 1757-1839)

8               Introduction to the New Testament. By John David Michaelis, Late Professor in the University of            Gottingen, Etc. Translated from the Fourth Edition of the German, and Considerably Augmented         with Notes, and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three First Gospels. By    Herbert Marsh, B.D., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume        2 Part 2 (1802) (Containing the Translator's Notes to the Second Volume.) (Author: Michaelis,        Johann David,             1717-1791; Marsh, Herbert, 1757-1839)

9               Introduction to the New Testament. By John David Michaelis, Late Professor in the University of            Gottingen, Etc. Translated from the Fourth Edition of the German, and Considerably Augmented         with Notes, and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three First Gospels. By    Herbert Marsh, B.D., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume        3 Part 1 (1802) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Marsh, Herbert, 1757-1839)

10            Introduction to the New Testament. By John David Michaelis, Late Professor in the University of            Gottingen, Etc. Translated from the Fourth Edition of the German, and Considerably Augmented         with Notes, and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three First Gospels. By    Herbert Marsh, B.D., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume        3 Part 2 (1802) (Containing the Translator's Notes to the Third Volume.)               (Author: Michaelis,      Johann David, 1717-1791; Marsh, Herbert, 1757-1839)

11            Introduction to the New Testament. By John David Michaelis, Late Professor in the University of            Gottingen, Etc. Translated from the Fourth Edition of the German, and Considerably Augmented         with Notes, and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three First Gospels. By    Herbert Marsh, B.D., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition. Volume        4 (1802) (Author: Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791; Marsh, Herbert, 1757-1839)

12            The Apocalypse, or, Revelation of Saint John, Translated; with Notes, Critical and Explanatory. To         which is Prefixed a Dissertation on the Divine Origin of the Book; in Answer to the Objections of          the Late Professor J. D. Michaelis. By John Chappel Woodhouse, M.A., Archdeacon of Salop, in                 the Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. (1805) (Author: Woodhouse, John Chappel, 1749-1833)

13            The Burial and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, According to the Four Evangelists. (1827)

14            The Life of Carsten Niebuhr, the Oriental Traveler. By his Son, B. G. Niebuhr. With an Appendix                 by J. D. Michaelis. Translated from the German by Professor Robinson. (1836)

 


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1               A Commentary on Saint Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, by Martin Luther. To which are Prefixed,             the Life of the Author, and a Complete and Impartial History of the Times in which he Lived, by             the Late Rev. Erasmus Middleton, B.D., Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire. A New Edition. Revised                 and Corrected. (1833)

2               An Answer to a Pamphlet, Entitled, Pietas Oxoniesis, in a Letter to the Author. Wherein the     Grounds of the Expulsion of Six Members from St. Edmund-Hall are set forth; and the Doctrines      of the Church of England, and its First Reformers, fully Considered, and Vindicated. By Thomas                 Nowell, D.D., Principal of St. Mary Hall, and Public Orator of the University of Oxford. The       Second Edition, with large Additions, and a Postscript, occasioned by the Reply of the same              Author. (1769)

3               Evangelical Biography; or, A Historical Account of the Lives and Deaths of the Most Eminent and Evangelical Authors or Preachers, both British and Foreign, in the Several Denominations of Protestants, from the Beginning of the Reformation to the Present Time. Wherein are collected, from authentic Historians, their most remarkable Actions, Sufferings, and Writings; exhibiting the Unity of their Faith and Experience in their several Ages, Countries, and Professions; and illustrating the Power of Divine Grace in their Holy Living and Dying. By the Rev. Erasmus Middleton, of King's College, Cambridge; Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Crawford and Lindsay; and Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire. A New Edition, Illustrated with Fifty-One Portraits. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1816)

4               Evangelical Biography; or, A Historical Account of the Lives and Deaths of the Most Eminent and Evangelical Authors or Preachers, both British and Foreign, in the Several Denominations of Protestants, from the Beginning of the Reformation to the Present Time. Wherein are collected, from authentic Historians, their most remarkable Actions, Sufferings, and Writings; exhibiting the Unity of their Faith and Experience in their several Ages, Countries, and Professions; and illustrating the Power of Divine Grace in their Holy Living and Dying. By the Rev. Erasmus Middleton, of King's College, Cambridge; Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Crawford and Lindsay; and Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire. A New Edition, Illustrated with Fifty-One Portraits. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1816)

5               Evangelical Biography; or, A Historical Account of the Lives and Deaths of the Most Eminent and Evangelical Authors or Preachers, both British and Foreign, in the Several Denominations of Protestants, from the Beginning of the Reformation to the Present Time. Wherein are collected, from authentic Historians, their most remarkable Actions, Sufferings, and Writings; exhibiting the Unity of their Faith and Experience in their several Ages, Countries, and Professions; and illustrating the Power of Divine Grace in their Holy Living and Dying. By the Rev. Erasmus Middleton, of King's College, Cambridge; Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Crawford and Lindsay; and Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire. A New Edition, Illustrated with Fifty-One Portraits. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1816)

6               Evangelical Biography; or, A Historical Account of the Lives and Deaths of the Most Eminent and Evangelical Authors or Preachers, both British and Foreign, in the Several Denominations of Protestants, from the Beginning of the Reformation to the Present Time. Wherein are collected, from authentic Historians, their most remarkable Actions, Sufferings, and Writings; exhibiting the Unity of their Faith and Experience in their several Ages, Countries, and Professions; and illustrating the Power of Divine Grace in their Holy Living and Dying. By the Rev. Erasmus Middleton, of King's College, Cambridge; Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Crawford and Lindsay; and Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire. A New Edition, Illustrated with Fifty-One Portraits. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1816)

7               Versions and Imitations of the Psalms of David, Selected from Various Authors, and Adapted to the Public Worship of the Church of England. (1806)

 


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1               Hugh Miller; A Critical Study. (1905) (Author: Mackenzie, W. M. (William Mackay), 1871-1952)

2               The Life and Letters of Hugh Miller. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1871) (Author: Bayne, Peter, 1830-1896)

3               The Life and Letters of Hugh Miller. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1871) (Author: Bayne, Peter, 1830-1896)

4               Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 1 (1869)  (Scenes and Legends of the North of Scotland; or, The Traditional History of Cromarty.)

5               Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 2 (1869) (Sketch-Book of Popular Geology.)

6               Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 3 (1882) (The Cruise of the Betsey; or, A Summer Holiday in the Hebrides; With Rambles of a Geologist; or, Ten Thousand Miles over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland.)

7               Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 4 (1870) (Edinburgh and its Neighborhood, Geological and Historical; with, The Geology of the Bass Rock.)

8               Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 5 (1870) (Essays, Historical and Biographical, Political and Social, Literary and Scientific.)

9               Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 6 (1859) (First Impressions of England and its People.)

10            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 7 (1870) (Footprints of the Creator; or, The Asterolepsis of Stromness. With a Memoir by Louis Agassiz.)

11            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 8 (1870) (The Headship of Christ and the Rights of the Christian People. With a Preface by Peter Bayne A.M.)

12            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 9 (1871) (Leading Articles on Various Subjects, Edited by his Son-in-Law, the Rev. John Davidson.)

13            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 10 (1871) (My Schools and Schoolmasters; or, The Story of my Education.)

14            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 11 (1871) (The Old Red Sandstone; or, New Walks in an Old Field.)

15            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 12 (1871) (Tales and Sketches, Edited, with a Preface by Mrs. Miller.)

16            Works of Hugh Miller. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 13 (1871) (The Testimony of the Rocks; or, Geology in its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed.)

 


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1               Biographical Sketches and Sermons of some of the First Ministers of the Associate Presbyterian Church in America. To which is Prefixed a Historical Introduction, Containing an Account of the Rise and Progress of the Associate Church for the First Half Century of her Existence in this Country. By James P. Miller, Pastor of the Associate Presbyterian Congregation of Argyle, New York. (1839)

 


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1               A Gentle Heart. (1896)

2               A Heart Garden. (1906)

3               A Help for the Common Days: Being Papers on Practical Religion. (microfilm) (1909)

4               Bethlehem to Olivet: Life of Jesus (1909)

5               By the Still Waters; A Meditation on the Twenty Third Psalm. (1898)

6               Christmas Making. (1907)

7               Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 1 (1908) (From the Creation to the                  Crossing of the Red Sea.)

8               Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 2 (1908) (From the Crossing of the                   Red Sea to the Close of the Life of David.)

9               Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 3 (1908) (The Gospel of Matthew.)

10            Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 4 (1908) (Solomon to Malachi.)

11            Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 5 (1908) (Readings in the Synoptic                   Gospels on the Life of Christ.)

12            Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 6 (1912) (Readings from the Psalms.)

13            Devotional Hours with the Bible. In Eight Volumes. Volume 8 (1908) (Readings in the Acts, the                  Epistles, and Revelation.)

14            Dr. Miller's Year Book: A Year's Daily Readings. (1895)

15            Finding God's Comfort. (1913) (Author: Miller, J. R. (James Russell), 1840-1912; Farris, John Thomson, 1871-)

16            Finding the Way. (1904)

17            For a Busy Day; Morning Prayer for a Busy or Troubled Week-Day (1895)

18            For the Best Things. (1907)

19            Girls: Faults and Ideals. A Familiar Talk, with Quotations from Letters. (1892)

20            Glimpses of the Heavenly Life. (1908)

21            Glimpses Through Life's Windows; Selections from the Writings of J. R. Miller. (1893) (Author:             Miller, J. R. (James Russell), 1840-1912; Fryer, Evalena I., 1865- Subject: Conduct of life)

22            Go Forward. (1909)

23            In His Steps; A Book for Young Christians Setting out to Follow Christ. (1897)

24            Intimate Letters on Personal Problems. (1914)

25            Learning to Love. (1910)

26            Life's Byways and Waysides. (1895)

27            Making the Most of Life. (1891)

28            Our New Edens. (1903)

29            Personal Friendships of Jesus. (1897)

30            Practical Religion: A Help for the Common Days. (1888)

31            Secrets of Happy Home Life; What have you to do with it? (1894)

32            Silent Times; A Book to help in Reading the Bible into Life. (1886)

33            Strength and Beauty. (1899)

34            The Beauty of Every Day. (1910)

35            The Beauty of Kindness. (1905)

36            The Beauty of Self Control. (1911)

37            The Blessing of Cheerfulness. (1895)

38            The Book of Comfort. (1912)

39            The Building of Character. (1894)

40            The Everyday Life. (1892)

41            The Gate Beautiful. (1909)

42            The Glory of the Commonplace; Parables and Illustrations from the Books of James Russell Miller. (1913) (Author: Miller, J. R. (James Russell), 1840-1912; Faris, John Thomson, 1871-1949)

43            The Golden Gate of Prayer; Devotional Studies on the Lord's Prayer. (1900)

44            The Hidden Life. (1898)

45            The Home Beautiful. (1912)

46            The Joy of Service. (1898)

47            The Joy of the Lord. (1911)

48            The Lesson of Love. (1903)

49            The Life of Dr. James Russell Miller, “Jesus and I are Friends.” (1912) (Author: Faris, John Thomson, 1871-1949)

50            The Life of Trust: Being a Narrative of the Lord's Dealings with George Muller, Written by himself. With the Introduction and Concluding Chapter by J. R. Miller. (1898)

51            The Master's Blesseds: A Devotional Study of the Beatitudes. (1905)

52            The Master's Friendships. (1910)

53            The Ministry of Comfort. (1901)

54            The Old and the New; Two Sermons Preached in St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, the Last Sunday of 1902 and the First Sunday of 1903. (1903)

55            The Perfect Home. (19??)

56            The Story of Joseph; Read for its Practical Lessons. (microfilm) (1901)

57            The Transfigured Life; Words to Help in Making Shining Lives. (1893)

58            The Upper Currents. (1902)

59            The Wider Life. (1908)

60            Things that Endure. (1913)

61            Things to Live For. (1896)

62            Week-Day Religion. (1880)

63            When the Song Begins (1905)

64            Young Men: Faults and Ideals. A Familiar Talk, with Quotations from Letters. (1893)

65            Young People's Problems. (1898)

 


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1               A Brief History of the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, at Princeton, New Jersey: Together with its Constitution, Bylaws, Etc. (1838)

2               A Brief Retrospective of the Eighteenth Century Containing a Sketch of the Revolutions and Improvements in Science, Arts, and Literature during that Period. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1803)

3               A Brief Retrospective of the Eighteenth Century Containing a Sketch of the Revolutions and Improvements in Science, Arts, and Literature during that Period. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1803)

4               A Brief Retrospective of the Eighteenth Century Containing a Sketch of the Revolutions and Improvements in Science, Arts, and Literature during that Period. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1805)

5               A Continuation of the Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry: Addressed to the Members of the Presbyterian Churches in the City of New-York: Being an Examination of the Strictures of the Rev. Drs. Bowden and Kemp, and the Rev. Mr. How, on the Former Series. (1809) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850. Letters concerning the constitution and order of the Christian ministry Subject: Bowden, John, 1751-1817; Kemp, James, 1764-1827; How, Thomas Yardley)

6               A Discourse Delivered in the Chapel of Nassau-Hall, Before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New Jersey, at its First Annual Meeting, on September 27, 1825. (1825)

7               A History of Popery, Including its Origin, Progress, Doctrines, Practice, Institutions, and Fruits, to the Commencement of the Nineteenth Century. (1834)

8               A Letter to a Gentleman of Baltimore, in Reference to the Case of the Rev. Mr. Duncan. (1826) (Subject: Duncan, John M. (John Mason), 1790-1851)

9               A Manual on the Christian Sabbath. (1852) (Author: Agnew, John Holmes, 1804-1865; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850)

10            A Memoir of Mrs. Breckinridge. In Two Parts. (1839) (Author: Alexander, A; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850 Subject: Breckinridge, Margaret)

11            A Sermon Delivered February 5, 1799: Recommended by the Clergy of the City of New-York, to be Observed as a Day of Thanksgiving, Humiliation, and Prayer: On Account of the Malignant and Mortal Disease, which has Prevailed in the City some time before. (1799) (Subject: Yellow fever)

12            A Sermon Delivered on June 7, 1823, at the opening of the New Presbyterian Church in Arch Street in the City of Philadelphia, for the Public Worship of God. (1823)

13            A Sermon Delivered to the Middle Church, New Haven, Con., on Sept. 12, 1822: at the Ordination of the Rev. Messrs. William Goodell, William Richards, and Artemas Bishop: As Evangelists and Missionaries to the Heathen. (1822) (Subject: Goodell, William, 1792-1878; Richards, William; Bishop, Artemas)

14            A Sermon, Preached in New York, on July 4, 1793: Being the Anniversary of the Independence of America: At the request of the Tammany Society, or Columbia Order. (1793)

15            A Vindication of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in a Series of Letters Addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D.: In Reply to his Late Writings on the Christian Ministry, and to the Charges Contained in his Life of the Rev. Dr. Rogers; with Preliminary Remarks. (1816) (Author: How, Thomas Y; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850 Subject: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Ordination -- Episcopal Church; Episcopacy -- Controversial literature; Elders (Church officers) -- Controversial literature Ordination -- Presbyterian Church)

16            An Address from the Presbytery of New York to the Churches under her care, on the Subject of Educating Poor and Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. (1805)

17            An Essay on the Warrant, Nature, and Duties of the Office of the Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church. (1842)

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

19            Holding Fast to the Faithful Word: A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, in the City of Albany, on August 26, 1829, at the Installation of the Rev. William B. Sprague, D.D., as Pastor of the said Church. (1829)

20            Infant Baptism Scriptural and Reasonable: And Baptism by Sprinkling or Affusion, the Most Suitable and Edifying Mode: In Four Discourses. (1835)

21            Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry: Addressed to the Members of the Presbyterian Churches in the City of New York. To which is Prefixed, a Letter on the Present Aspect and Bearing of the Episcopal Controversy. (1830)

22            Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry, as Deduced from Scripture and Primitive Usage; Addressed to the Members of the United Presbyterian Churches in the City of New-York. (By Samuel Miller, D.D. one of the Pastors of the said Churches. (1807)

23            Letters from a Father to his Sons in College. (1852) (Subject: Student ethics)

24            Letters on Clerical Manners and Habits: Addressed to a Student in the Theological Seminary, at Princeton, New-Jersey. (1827)

25            Letters on the Eternal Generation of the Son of God: Addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller, D. D. (1822) (Author: Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852)

26            Letters on the Eternal Sonship of Christ: Addressed to the Rev. Professor Stuart, of Andover. (1823)

27            Letters on the Observance of the Monthly Concert of Prayer: Addressed to the Members of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. (1845)

28            Letters on Unitarianism: Addressed to the Members of the First Presbyterian Church, in the City of Baltimore. (1821)

29            Letters to Presbyterians, on the Present Crisis in the Presbyterian Church in the United States. (1833)

30            Manual of Presbytery (1848) (I. Presbyterianism the True Primitive and Apostolic Constitution of the Church of Christ or A View of the History, Doctrine, Government, and Worship of the Presbyterian Church, by Samuel Miller, D. D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Princeton, New Jersey. II. The Character and Advantages of Presbyterianism Ascertained by Facts, with an Appendix on the Pretensions of the New Anglican School, commonly called Puseyites – The Testimony of the Fathers and Reformers to Presbytery – The Moral tendency of Calvinism, Etc., by the Rev. John G. Lorimer, Minister of St. David’s Parish, Glasgow, Scotland.)

31            Memoir of the Rev. John Rogers, D. D., Late Pastor of the Wall-Street and Brick Churches, in the City of New York. (1840)

32            Memoirs of the Rev. Charles Nisbet, D. D., Late President of Dickinson College, Carlisle. (1840) (Subject: Nisbet, Charles, 1736-1804)

33            Remarks on the Book of Daniel, and on the Revelations. (1794) (From the Library of Samuel Miller.)

34            The Articles of the Synod of Dort. (1841) (Author: Synod of Dort (1618-1619); Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821, tr; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Publication)

35            The Christian Education of Children and Youth. (1840)

36            The Columbian Preacher: or, A Collection of Original Sermons, from Preachers of Eminence in the United States; Embracing the Distinguishing Doctrines of Grace. (1808) (Author: Elliot, Nathan, 1725-1798; Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830; Chapin, Calvin, 1763-1851; Tappan, David, 1752-1803; Hemmenway, Moses, 1735-1811; Williston, Seth, 1770-1851; Porter, David; Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834; Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817; Fenn, Stephen; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Osgood, David, 1747-1822)

37            The Dangers of Education in Roman Catholic Seminaries. (1838)

38            The Difficulties and Temptations Which Attend the Preaching of the Gospel in Great Cities: A Sermon, Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, in the City of Baltimore, on October 19, 1820; at the Ordination and Installation of the Rev. William Nevins, as Pastor of the said Church. (1820)

39            The Earth filled with the Glory of the Lord: A Sermon Preached at Baltimore, on September 9, 1835, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting. (1835)

40            The Guilt, Folly, and Sources of Suicide: Two Discourses, Preached in the City of New-York, in February, 1805. (1805)

41            The Importance of Mature Preparatory Study for the Ministry; an Introductory Lecture, delivered at the Opening of the Summer Session of the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New-Jersey, on July 3, 1829. (1829)

42            The Importance of the Gospel Ministry: An Introductory Lecture, delivered at the Opening of the Winter Session of the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey, on November 9, 1827. (1827)

43            The Internal Evidence of the Holy Bible: or, The Bible Proved from its own Pages to be a Divine Revelation. (1845) (Author: Janeway, J. J. (Jacob Jones), 1774-1858; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850)

44            The Life and Character of Calvin, the Reformer, Reviewed and Defended. (1844) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850 Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564)

45            The Life of Samuel Miller D. D. LL. D., Second Professor in the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, at Princeton, New Jersey. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1869) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1816-1883)

46            The Life of Samuel Miller D. D. LL. D., Second Professor in the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, at Princeton, New Jersey. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1869) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1816-1883)

47            The Literary Fountains Healed: A Sermon, Preached in the Chapel of the College of New Jersey, on March 9, 1823. (1823)

48            The Nature, Extent, and Province of Human Reason Considered. (1792) (From the Library of Samuel Miller.)

49            The Primitive and Apostolic Order of the Church of Christ Vindicated. (1840)

50            The Princeton Poets (1879) (Author: Hageman, S. Miller (Samuel Miller), 1848-1905)

51            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) (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)

 

52            The Utility and Importance of Creeds and Confessions, Addressed Particularly to Candidates for the Ministry. (1839)

53            The Warrant, Nature, and Duties of the Office of the Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church. (1835) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Lindsay, William)

54            Thoughts on Public Prayer. (1849)

55            Two Letters in Reply to Certain Publications of the Rev. Dr. Samuel Miller. (1836) (Author: Weller, George, 1790-1841; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850 Subject: Episcopacy) (The letters each have separate title page dated 1835 and 1836. A letter to the editors of the Nashville American Presbyterian containing an examination of the reasons for "Rejecting Episcopacy" written by Dr. Miller. -- A letter to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Nashville containing a reply to a publication of the Rev. Samuel Miller)



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1               The Christian Advocate: A Monthly Magazine to plead for an Unqualified Return to the Faith once for all Delivered to the Saints. Edited by Thomas Hughes Milner, Author of ‘The Gospel Guide,’ ‘Inquiry Respecting the Church of Christ,’ Etc., Edinburgh. Volume 1. 1857. (1857)

2               The Gospel Guide: or, The Truth as it is in Jesus. Exhibited with the design of removing the Numerous Obstacles, Difficulties, and Objections which enter the Sinner’s Mind, and prevent the Obtaining of Peace with God. By Thomas Hughes Milner, Editor of ‘The Evangelist,’ Etc., Edinburgh. (1853)

3               The Messiah’s Ministry: A Treatise on the Whole Subject of Christian Service. (1858)

4               The Sunbeam. A Little Luminary to Guide the Young to Glory. Volume I. No. 1 Jan. 1858. (1858)

 


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1               A Compendious Book of Godly and Spiritual Songs commonly known as ‘The Good and Godly Ballads’: Reprinted from the Edition of 1567. (1897) (Author: Wedderburn, John, 1500?-1556; Wedderburn, James, 1495?-1553; Wedderburn, Robert, ca. 1510-1557; Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier, 1822-1899) (Scottish hymns and versions of Psalms, ascribed to John Wedderburn, and his brothers James and Robert; many based on German or Swiss originals.
With facsimiles of title-pages of the editions of 1578, 1600, and 1621, and 2 pages of the edition of 1567. Appendix III contains tunes from German Gesangbuch 1524, 1570, and Coverdale's "Ghostly Psalms"
)

 

2               Catechisms of the Second Reformation; Part I – The Shorter Catechism of the Westminster Assembly and its Puritan Precursors; Part II – Rutherford’s and other Scottish Catechisms of the same Epoch, with Historical Introduction and Biographical Notices. (1886)

3               Hebrews and the General Epistles. (1911)

4               Minutes of the Sessions of the Westminster Assembly of Divines while Engaged in Preparing their Directory for Church Government, Confession of Faith, and Catechisms (November 1644 to March 1649). From Transcripts of the Originals procured by a Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. (1874) (Author: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier, 1822-1899; Struthers, John Paterson, d. 1915)

5               The Records of the Commissions of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland Held in Edinburgh in the Years 1646 and 1647. (1892) (Author: Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission; Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier, 1822-1899; Christie, James)

6               The Right Way to the Kingdom of Heaven. (1888) (Author: Gau, John, 1493?-1553?; Pedersen, Christiern, 1480?-1554; Rhegius, Urbanus, 1489-1541; Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier, 1822-1899, ed; Law, Thomas Graves, 1836-1904) (Notes: A reprint of the only known copy of the edition printed at Malmö in 1533, with facsimile of original title page.)

7               The Scottish Reformation: Its Epochs, Episodes, Leaders, and Distinctive Characteristics, being the Baird Lecture for 1899. (1900)

8               The Wedderburns and their Work: or, The Sacred Poetry of the Scottish Reformation in its Historical Relation to that of Germany. (1867)

9               The Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards, being the Baird Lecture for 1882. (1897)

 


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1               In Memoriam James Clement Moffat, D.D., June 7, 1890. (1890) (Author: Green, William Henry,         1825-1900)

2               A Comparative History of Religions. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1873) (Part I. Ancient   Scriptures.)

3               A Comparative History of Religions. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1871) (Part II. Later Scriptures,                Progress, and Revolutions of Faith.)

4               Alwyn: A Romance of Study. (1875)

5               An Introduction to the Study of Aesthetics. (1856)

6               Life of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D. (1853) (Author: Hanna, William, 1808-1882; Moffat, James        Clement, 1811-1890, ed)

7               Of the Inheritance of English Literature: An Address, Delivered before the Miami Chapter of the              Alpha Delta Phi Society, on the Evening of August 11, 1846. (1846)

8               Outlines of Church History. For the use of the Middle Class in the Theological Seminary in          Princeton. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (From the Birth of Christ to A. D. 1648) (1885)

9               Outlines of Church History. For use of the Senior Class in the Theological Seminary in Princeton.             In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (A. D. 1648-1870.) (1876)

10            Song and Scenery; or, A Summer Ramble in Scotland. (1874)

11            The Church in Scotland; A History of its Antecedents, its Conflicts, and its Advocates from the Earliest Recorded Times to the First Assembly of the Reformed Church. (1882)

12            The Indebtedness of Modern Civilization to the Bible. A Discourse Delivered before the Sussex County (New Jersey) Bible Society, at its Annual meeting in Newton, June 8, 1864. By the Rev. James C. Moffat, D.D., Professor in Princeton Seminary. (1864)

13            The Story of a Dedicated Life. (1887)

 


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1               Life and Labors of Robert Moffat, D. D., Missionary in South Africa, with additional chapters on Christian Missions in Africa and throughout the World. (1882) (Author: Walters, William)

2               Memoir of Robert Moffat Missionary to South Africa, 1817-1870. (1887) (Author: Wilder, M. L. (Martha L.), b. 1843)

3               Mr. Moffat and the Bechuanas of South Africa. (1842)

4               Robert Moffat; One of God's Gardeners. (microfilm) (1925) (Author: Smith, Edwin William, 1876-1957)

5               Robert Moffat; The Missionary Hero of Kuruman. (1880) (Author: Deane, David J)

6               Scenes and Adventures in Africa, Collected from Moffat's Missionary Labors in Africa. (1844)

7               Scenes and Services in South Africa. The Story of Robert Moffat's Half-Century of Missionary Labors. (1876) (Publisher: London, J. Snow)

8               The Lives of Robert and Mary Moffat., by their Son, John Smith Moffat. With an Introduction by William M. Taylor, D.D. With Portraits and Maps. (1885) (Author: Moffat, John Smith, 1835-1918)

9               The Missionary Heroes of Africa. (1922) (Author: Morrison, J. H. (James Horne), b. 1872) (The Dark continent before the dawn.--Robert Moffat, missionary pioneer.--David Livingstone, missionary explorer.--John Mackenzie, missionary statesman.--Stewart of Lovedale.--Laws of Livingstonia.--Mackay of Uganda.--Grenfell of the Congo.--Coillard of the Zambesi.--Mary Slessor of Calabar.)

10            The Moffats. (1917) (Author: Hubbard, Ethel Daniels Subject: Moffat, Robert, 1795-1883; Moffat, Mary (Smith) Mrs. 1795-1871)



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1               A Ramble in the Woods. (1840)

2               Alan Gilbert's Last Birthday. (1850)

3               Alfred Moreland, the Would-Be Traveler. Being an Entertaining and Instructive account of the                  Habits and History of the Larger and most Interesting Quadrupeds. (1839)

4               Calls of Usefulness. (1846)

5               Country Tales for the Young, by Old Humphrey. (1855)

6               Domestic Addresses and Scraps of Experience. (1863)

7               Ephraim Holding's Homely Hints; Chiefly addressed to Sunday School Teachers. (1845)

8               Footprints of Popery; or, Places where Martyrs have Suffered. (1844)

9               George Mogridge: His Life, Character, and Writings. By the Rev. Charles Williams. (1856)

10            Half Hours with Old Humphrey. (1849)

11            History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians. (1859) (Author: Old Humphrey,          1787-1854; Summers, Thomas O. (Thomas Osmond), 1812-1882)

12            Learning to Act. (1846)

13            Learning to Converse. (1854)

14            Learning to Feel. (1855)

15            Learning to Think. (1800)

16            Lessons Worth Learning, for Girls, by Old Humphrey. (1851)

17            Make Hay while the Sun Shines, and other Sketches, by Old Humphrey. (1883)

18            Memoir of Old Humphrey; With Gleanings from his Portfolio, in Prose and Verse. (1855)

19            Mirth and Morality: A Collection of Original, Entertaining, and Instructive Tales. (1834)

20            Old Humphrey's Addresses. (1842)

21            Old Humphrey's Country Pictures; or, Drawing without a Pencil. (1851)

22            Old Humphrey's Country Strolls. (1847)

23            Old Humphrey's Friendly Appeals. (1870)

24            Old Humphrey's Observations. (1846)

25            Old Humphrey's Walks in London and its Neighborhood. (1854)

26            Owen Gladdon's Wanderings in the Isle of Wight. (1846)

27            Pithy Papers on Singular Subjects. (1847)

28            Play Hours; or, The Happy Children. Intended for those under Ten Years of Age. (1843)

29            Pleasant Tales for Young People, by Old Humphrey. (1881)

30            Points and Pickings of Information about China and the Chinese. (1844)

31            Rural Pickings; or, Attractive Points in Country Life and Scenery. (1846)

32            Sarah Martin, the Prison Visitor, of Great Yarmouth. With Extracts from her Writings and Prison Journals.

33            Soldiers and Sailors: or, Anecdotes, Details, and Recollections of Naval and Military Life. (1842)

34            Sunny Seasons of Boyhood. (1859)

35            Tales about Rome and Modern Italy.

36            Tales in Rhyme, for Boys, by Old Humphrey. (1851)

37            Tales in Rhyme, for Girls, by Old Humphrey. (1851)

38            Talks with Uncle Morris; or, The Friend of my Boyhood, by Old Humphrey. (1881)

39            The Book of the Indians of North America: Illustrating their Manners, Customs, and Present State. (1852) (Author: Old Humphrey, 1787-1854; Frost, John, 1800-1859, ed)

40            The Chinese: or, Some Short Accounts of the Country and People of China. By Uncle Adam. (1847)

41            The Churchyard Lyrist: Consisting of Five Hundred Original Inscriptions to Commemorate the Dead, with a Suitable Selection of Appropriate Texts of Scripture. (1832)

42            The Country; or, Old Michael and Young Maurice. (1843)

43            The Juvenile Culprits. (1829)

44            The Juvenile Moralists. (1829)

45            The Little Budget for Little Girls, by Old Humphrey. (1852)

46            The Little Year-Book. (1865)

47            The Moral Budget of my Aunt Newbury. (1831)

48            The Old Sea Captain. (1842)

49            Thoughts for the Thoughtful. (1845)

50            Thoughts for Thinkers; or, Aaron Hall's Short Tales for the Young. (1853)

 


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1               A Banner Displayed because of the Truth, Matter of Praise to all the Well-Wishers thereof. A Sermon Preached at the opening of the Associate Synod at Edinburgh, August 19, 1755. By William Moncrieff, Minister of the Gospel in the Associate Congregation of Alloa. (1755)

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

3               Practical Works of the late Reverend Alexander Moncrieff of Culfargie, A.M., Minister of the Gospel at Abernethy. With Two Treatises: The First in Defense of the Supreme Deity of the Son of God;  The Second being an Enquiry into the Principle and End of Moral Actions. To which are subjoined Two Sermons: By William Moncrieff, Minister of the Gospel at Alloa. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1779) (Author: Moncrieff, Alexander, 1695-1761; Moncrieff, William)

4               Practical Works of the late Reverend Alexander Moncrieff of Culfargie, A.M., Minister of the Gospel at Abernethy. With Two Treatises: The First in Defense of the Supreme Deity of the Son of God;  The Second being an Enquiry into the Principle and End of Moral Actions. To which are subjoined Two Sermons: By William Moncrieff, Minister of the Gospel at Alloa. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1779) (Author: Moncrieff, Alexander, 1695-1761; Moncrieff, William)

5               The Duty of the National Covenant Explained, in some Sermons Preached at the Renovation of our Covenants, National and Solemn League, in the bond adapted to our Present Situation and Circumstances in this Period, by the Associate Presbytery, at Abernathy, in the month of July, 1744. (1747) (Author: Moncrieff, Alexander, 1695-1761; Potts, John)

 


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1               Elder-Moderatorship: A Discussion of the Elder-Moderator Overtures, by E. R. Monfort, LL.D., Editor of the "Herald and Presbyter," Cincinnati, Ohio, and W. C. Gray, PH.D., Editor of the                    "Interior," Chicago, Illinois. (1887) (Author: Monfort, Elias Riggs, 1842-1920; Gray, William   Cunningham, 1830-1901)

 


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1               Applied Theology. (1904)

2               Ecclesiastical Discipline; Its Necessity, Purpose, and Methods as Shown in the Presbyterian Book        of Discipline. (1900)

3               Sermons for Silent Sabbaths: An Offering to Christian Families and Vacant Churches. By Rev. F. C.           Monfort, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1884)

4               Socialism and City Evangelization. (1887)

 


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1               Presbyterianism North of the Ohio: A Historical Discourse Delivered in the Second Presbyterian            Church of Cincinnati, April 9, 1872, Being the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Presbytery of Cincinnati.       By Rev. Joseph Glass Monfort, D.D., Containing a Statement of the Planting and Progress of the               Presbyterian Church in Ohio, and Especially within the Bounds of the Presbytery of Cincinnati,            from 1790 to 1822. (1872)

 


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1               America: Being an Accurate Description of the New World; Containing the Original of the           Inhabitants; the Remarkable Voyages thither; The Conquest of the Vast Empires of Mexico and            Peru, their Ancient and later Wars. With their several Plantations, many and Rich Islands, their            Cities, Fortresses, Towns, Temples, Mountains, and Rivers: Their Habits, Customs, Manners, and                 Religions; Peculiar Plants, Beasts, Birds, and Serpents. (1670) (Author: Montanus, Arnoldus,    1625?-1683; Ogilby, John, 1600-1676)

2               Description of New Netherland. (1671)

 


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1               Life of James Montgomery. (1857) (Author: Knight, Helen C. (Helen Cross), 1814-1906)

2               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 1 (1854) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

3               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

4               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 3 (1855) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

5               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 4 (1855) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

6               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 5 (1856) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

7               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 6 (1856) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

8               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of James Montgomery, including Selections from his                  Correspondence, Remains in Prose and Verse, and Conversations on Various Subjects. In Seven     Volumes. Volume 7 (1856) (Author: Holland, John, 1794-1872; Montgomery, James, 1771-1872;      Everett, James, 1784-1872)

9               The Poetical Works of James Montgomery. Collected by Himself. (1852)

10            Poetical Works of James Montgomery. With a Memoir of the Author. In Two Volumes. Volume 1              (1853) (Author: Montgomery, James, 1771-1854; Griswold, Rufus W. (Rufus Wilmot), 1815-        1857)

11            Poetical Works of James Montgomery. With a Memoir of the Author. In Two Volumes. Volume 2              (1853) (Author: Montgomery, James, 1771-1854; Griswold, Rufus W. (Rufus Wilmot), 1815-        1857)

12            The Poetical Works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb, and Kirke White. Complete in One Volume. (1841) (Author: Rogers, Samuel, 1763-1855; Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844; Montgomery, James, 1771-1854; Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834; White, Henry Kirke, 1785-1806)

 


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1               A Universal Prayer; Death; A Vision of Heaven; and A Vision of Hell. (1828)

2               Luther: or ,The Spirit of the Reformation. (1842)

3               Oxford. A Poem. Third Edition, Revised, with Additional Notes and Biographical Recollections.                 (1834)

4               Satan. A Poem. (1830)

5               Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Montgomery, B.A., of Lincoln College, Oxon. With Introductory Remarks and an Appendix, containing Extracts from Satires, Notes, Etc. (18??)

6               The Age Reviewed: A Satire: In Two Parts. (1827)

7               The Christian Life: A Manual of Sacred Verse. Second Edition. (1849)

8               The Hero's Funeral. A Poem. Second Edition. (1853)

9               The Messiah: A Poem, in six Books. (1842)

10            The Omnipresence of the Deity. A Poem. (1828)

11            Woman, the Angel of Life. A Poem. (1833)

 


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1               D. L. Moody and his Work, by W. L. Daniels. (1876)

2               Early Recollections of Dwight L. Moody, by John V. Farwell. (1907)

3               Heavenly Destiny; the Life Story of Mrs. D. L. Moody. (microfilm) (1943) (Author: Powell, Emma Moody Fitt; Moody, Emma Charlotte Revell, 1843-1903)

4               The American Evangelists, D.L. Moody and Ira D. Sankey, in Great Britain and Ireland. (1875) (Author: Hall, John, 1829-1898; Stuart, George H Subject: Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899; Sankey, Ira David, 1840-1908; Evangelists)

5               The American Evangelists, Dwight L. Moody and Ira D. Sankey. (1877) (Author: Nason, Elias, 1811-1887 Subject: Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899; Sankey, Ira David, 1840-1908; Bliss, P. P. (Philip Paul), 1838-1876; Tourjée, Eben, 1834-1891)

6               The Life and Work of Dwight L. Moody, Presented to the Christian World as a Tribute to the Memory of the Greatest Apostle of the Age. (1900) (Author: Chapman, J. Wilbur (John Wilbur), 1859-1918)

7               The Life of Dwight L. Moody. (1900) (Author: Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933
Subject:
Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899; Evangelists)

8               Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 1 (v.1. Heaven.) (1896)

9               Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 2 (v.2. Moody's Anecdotes, Incidents, and Illustrations.) (1898)

10            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 3 (v.3. The Overcoming Life.) (1896)

11            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 4 (v.4. Pleasure and Profit in Bible Study.) (1895)

12            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 5 (v.5. Prevailing Prayer.) (1885)

13            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 6 (v.6. Sovereign Grace.) (1891)

14            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 7 (v.7. Sowing and Reaping.) (1896)

15            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 8 (v.8. Weighed and Wanting.) (1898)

16            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 9 (v.9. Thoughts for the Quiet Hour.) (1900)

17            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 10 (v.10. Men of the Bible.) (1898)

18            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 11 (v.11. Bible Characters.) (1888)

19            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 12 (v.12. Way to God.) (1884)

20            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 13 (v.13. Moody's Stories.) (1899)

21            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 14 (v.14. Moody's Latest Sermons.) (1900)

22            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 15 (v.15. Secret Power.) (1881)

23            Works of Dwight L. Moody. In Sixteen Volumes. Volume 16 (v.16. To the Work.) (1884)

 


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1               Northfield Hymnal Number 2. (1916)

2               Record of Christian Work. Volume 11 (1892) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

3               Record of Christian Work. Volume 13 (1894) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

4               Record of Christian Work. Volume 14 (1895) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

5               Record of Christian Work. Volume 17 (1898) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

6               Record of Christian Work. Volume 18 (1899) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

7               Record of Christian Work. Volume 19 (1900) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

8               Record of Christian Work. Volume 20 (1901) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

9               Record of Christian Work. Volume 21 (1902) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

10            Record of Christian Work. Volume 22 (1903) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

11            Record of Christian Work. Volume 23 (1904) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

12            Record of Christian Work. Volume 24 (1905) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

13            Record of Christian Work. Volume 25 (1906) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

14            Record of Christian Work. Volume 27 (1908) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

15            Record of Christian Work. Volume 29 (1910) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

16            Record of Christian Work. Volume 32 (1913) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

17            Record of Christian Work. Volume 33 (1914) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

18            Record of Christian Work. Volume 39 (1920) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

19            Record of Christian Work. Volume 40 (1921) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

20            Record of Christian Work. Volume 41 (1921) (Author: McConnell, Alexander, ed; Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933, ed; Fitt, Arthur Percy, ed Subject: Theology) (Editors: 1881-Mar. 1897, A. McConnell.--Apr. 1897-Sept. 1929, W.R. Moody.--Oct. 1929-July 1933, A.P. Fitt)

21            The Life of Dwight L. Moody. (1900) (Author: Moody, William R. (William Revell), 1869-1933
Subject:
Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899; Evangelists)



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1               History of the Presbytery of Indianapolis. (1876)

2               The Life of Schuyler Colfax. By Rev. A. Y. Moore, of South Bend, Indiana. (1868) (Subject: Colfax,          Schuyler, 1823-1885; Vice-Presidents -- United States)

 


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1               History of Religions. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1922) (China, Japan, Egypt, Babylonia, Assyria, India, Persia, Greece, Rome.)

2               History of Religions. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1949) (Judaism, Christianity, Mohammedanism.)

3               Literature of the Old Testament. (1913)

4               Metempsychosis. (1914)

5               The Book of Judges. A New English Translation Printed in Colors Exhibiting the Composite Structure of the Book. With Explanatory Notes and Pictorial Illustrations. By the Rev. G. F. Moore, D.D., Professor in Andover Theological Seminary, Andover, Massachusetts. (1898) (Author: Haupt, Paul, 1858-1926; Furness, Horace Howard, 1833-1912; Driver, S. R. (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914. Leviticus. v.3; Bennett, W. H. William Henry), 1855-1920. Joshua. v.6. 700/5:12: Moore, G.F. (George Foot), 1851-1931. Judges. v.7; Cheyne, T. K. (Thomas Kelly), 1841-1915. Isaiah. v.10; Toy, Crawford Howell, 1836-1919. Ezekiel. v.12; Wellhausen, Julius, 1844-1918. Psalms. v.14)

6               The Covenanters of Damascus; A Hitherto Unknown Jewish Sect. (1911)

7               The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 1 (1916) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Greek and Roman.)

8               The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 3 (1918) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Celtic and Slavic.)

9               The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 4 (1927) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Finno-Ugric and Siberian.)

10            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 5 (1931) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Semitic.)

11            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 6 (1917) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Indian and Iranian.)

12            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 7 (1925) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Armenian and African.)

13            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 8 (1918) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Chinese and Japanese.)

14            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 9 (1916) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Oceanic.)

15            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 10 (1917) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (North America.)

16            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 11 (1920) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Latin-American.)

17            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 12 (1918) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Egyptian and Indo-Chinese.)

18            The Mythology of all Races. In Thirteen Volumes. Volume 13 (1932) (Author: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Werner, Alice, 1859-1935) (Complete Index to Volumes 1-12.)

 


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1               History of Huron Presbytery, showing the working of the plan of union from its Inception in 1801 till after the Reunion in 1870; also the Spirit of the Presbytery regarding Religious, General, and National Interests; with Biographical Notice of some Ministers, and Sketches of the Churches. Compiled and Written by Rev. R. Braden Moore, D.D. (1892)

2               Paull - Irwin; A Family Sketch, by Elizabeth Maxwell Paull. (1915)

 


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1               God Our Refuge and Strength in this War. A Discourse before the Congregations of the First and Second Presbyterian Churches, on the Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer, appointed by President Davis, Friday, Nov. 15, 1861. (1861)

2               Prize Essays. On Juvenile Delinquency. Published under the Direction of the Board of Managers of the House of Refuge, Philadelphia. (1855)

3               The Culdee Church: or, The Historical Connection of Modern Presbyterian Churches with those of Apostolic Times, through the Church of Scotland. (1868)

4               The Inspiration of the Scriptures: Morell's Theory Reviewed. A Lecture on the Evidences of Christianity: Delivered at the University of Virginia, Nov. 24, 1850. By the Rev. T. V. Moore, Richmond, Virginia. (1850)

5               The Last Days of Jesus; or, The Appearance of Our Lord during the Forty Days between the Resurrection and the Ascension. (1858)

6               The Prophets of the Restoration; or, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi: A New Translation with Notes. By the Rev. T. V. Moore, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia. (1856)

7               The Relation of Christianity to Modern Civilization. The Annual Address delivered before the General Union Philosophical Society of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, July 8, 1846. By Rev. T. V. Moore, of Greencastle Pennsylvania. (1846)

8               The Victory Won: A Memorial of the Rev. William J. Hoge, D. D., Late Pastor of the Tabb Street Presbyterian Church, Petersburg, Virginia. (1864)

9               To a Christian in the Army. (1861)

10            What Can I Do? (1861)

 


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1               Outline Studies in Acts, Romans, First and Second Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians. (1902)

2               Outline Studies in the Books of the Old Testament. By W. G. Moorehead, D.D. Professor of New                Testament Exegesis in United Presbyterian Theological Seminary. (1894)

3               Outline Studies in the New Testament; Catholic Epistles - James, First and Second Peter, First, Second, and Third John, and Jude. (1910)

4               Outline Studies in the New Testament; Philippians to Hebrews. (1905)

5               Studies in the Four Gospels. (1900)

6               Studies in the Mosaic Institutions: The Tabernacle, the Priesthood, the Sacrifices, the Feasts of Ancient Israel. (1895)

7               Testimonial and Memorial to William Gallogly Moorehead for Forty One Years Professor in the Xenia Theological Seminary. (1914)

 


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1               A Huguenot Family in the XVI Century: The Memoirs of Philippe de Mornay. Written by his Wife,              Charlotte Arbaleste de Mornay. Translated by Lucy Crump with an Introduction. (1926) (Author:    Mornay, Charlotte Arbaleste de, d. 1606; Crump, Lucy Subject: Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du   Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623)

 


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1               A Book of Remembrance; The Presbyterian New School 1837-1869; A Historical Review. By       Edward D. Morris, D.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Theology in Lane Seminary, Columbus, Ohio.     (1905)

2               A Friendly Talk about Revision: Being a Discussion of the Report Presented to the Last General                Assembly. (1891)

3               Ecclesiology: A Treatise on the Church and Kingdom of God on Earth. (1885)

4               Inaugural Discourses, of Professors Morris and Nelson, Delivered at Lane Theological Seminary, on the Thirty-Second Anniversary, May 13-14, 1868. Together with a Brief Sketch of the Institution, and the Annual Report of the Treasurer, F. V. Chamberlain. (1868) (Author: Edward Dafydd Morris , Henry Addison Nelson , Lane Theological Seminary)

5               Theology of the Westminster Symbols. A Commentary Historical, Doctrinal, Practical, on the Confession of Faith, and Catechisms, and the Related Formularies of the Presbyterian Churches. (1900)

6               Thirty Years in Lane and Other Lane Papers. By Edward D. Morris, Professor of Church History, 1867-74, Professor of Systematic Theology, 1874-97. (1896)

 


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1               At Our Own Door; A Study of Home Missions with Special Reference to the South and West.       (1904)

2               Presbyterianism : Its Principles and Practice. By S. L. Morris, D.D., LL.D., Executive Secretary of                Home Missions, Presbyterian Church in the United States. (1922)

3               The Task that Challenges; Home Mission Textbook. (1917)

 


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1               A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, In Three Parts. Part the First; Containing Chinese and English Arranged According to the Radicals; Part the Second, Chinese and English Arranged Alphabetically; and Part the Third, English and Chinese. Volume I. Part I. (1815)

2               A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, In Three Parts. Part the First; Containing Chinese and English Arranged According to the Radicals; Part the Second, Chinese and English Arranged Alphabetically; and Part the Third, English and Chinese. Volume I. Part II. (1819)

3               A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, In Three Parts. Part the First; Containing Chinese and English Arranged According to the Radicals; Part the Second, Chinese and English Arranged Alphabetically; and Part the Third, English and Chinese. Volume II. Part I. (1822)

4               A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, In Three Parts. Part the First; Containing Chinese and English Arranged According to the Radicals; Part the Second, Chinese and English Arranged Alphabetically; and Part the Third, English and Chinese. Volume II. Part II. (1820)

5               A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, In Three Parts. Part the First; Containing Chinese and English Arranged According to the Radicals; Part the Second, Chinese and English Arranged Alphabetically; and Part the Third, English and Chinese. Volume III. Part I. (1823)

6               A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, In Three Parts. Part the First; Containing Chinese and English Arranged According to the Radicals; Part the Second, Chinese and English Arranged Alphabetically; and Part the Third, English and Chinese. Volume III. Part II. (1822)

7               A Parting Memorial; Consisting of Miscellaneous Discourses, Written and Preached in China; at Singapore; on Board Ship at Sea, in the Indian Ocean; at the Cape of Good Hope; and in England. With Remarks on Missions, Etc. Etc. (1826)

8               Memoirs of the Life and Labors of Robert Morrison, D.D., F.R.S., M.R.A.S., Member of the Society Asiatic of Paris, Etc., Etc, Compiled by his widow Eliza A. Morrison; With Critical Notices of his Chinese Works, By Samuel Kidd, and an Appendix containing Original Documents. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839) (Author: Morrison, Eliza A. Mrs. Robert)

9               Memoirs of the Life and Labors of Robert Morrison, D.D., F.R.S., M.R.A.S., Member of the Society Asiatic of Paris, Etc., Etc, Compiled by his widow Eliza A. Morrison; With Critical Notices of his Chinese Works, By Samuel Kidd, and an Appendix containing Original Documents. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839) (Author: Morrison, Eliza A. Mrs. Robert)

10            Robert Morrison the Pioneer of Chinese Missions. (1891) (Author: Townsend, W. J. (William John), 1835-1915)

 


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1               Memorial Sketches of Rev. Robert Hall Morrison, D. D. (1889) (Author: Miller, A. W; Hill, D. H.            (Daniel Harvey), 1821-1889)

2               The Inaugural Address of the Rev. R. H. Morrison, D.D. Pronounced at his Inauguration as President of Davidson College, North Carolina, Aug. 2, 1838. (1838)

 


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1               William McCutchan Morrison, Twenty Years in Central Africa. (1921) (Author: Vinson, Thomas Chalmers, 1887-)

 


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1               A Compendious History of New England: Exhibiting an Interesting view of the First Settlers, Their Character, Sufferings, and Ultimate Prosperity. To which is added, a short Abstract of the History of New-York, and New-Jersey. Designed for the use of Schools and Private Families. (1820) (Author: Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826; Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825)

2               A Friendly Visit to the House of Mourning. Fourth Edition. (1803) (Author: Richard Cecil
Publisher:
Printed by Samuel Etheridge, for the Rev . Jedidiah Morse)

3               A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher, on the Aspersions contained in a Late Number of the Panoplist, of the Ministers of Boston and the Vicinity. By William E. Channing, (Unitarian) Minister of the Church of Christ in Federal Street, Boston. (1815) (Author: Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 Subject: Unitarians -- Controversial literature)

4               A Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the Subject of his Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thatcher, Relating to the Review in the Panoplist of American Unitarianism. By Samuel Worchester, D.D., Pastor of the Tabernacle Church, Salem. (1815) (Author: Worcester, Samuel, 1770-1821 Subject: Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842; Belsham, Thomas, 1750-1829; Unitarians -- Doctrines Controversial literature)

5               A New Chain of Plain Argument, deemed Conclusive Against Trinitarianism. Addressed to a Writer for the Panoplist, in a series of Candid Letters. By Thomas Worcester, (Unitarian) A.M., Pastor of a Church in Salisbury, New Hampshire. (1817) (Author: Worcester, Thomas, 1768-1831
Subject:
Trinity -- Controversial literature; Unitarianism -- Controversial literature)

6               A New System of Geography, Ancient and Modern, for the use of Schools; Accompanied with an Atlas, adapted to the Work. Twenty-Sixth Edition. (1828) (Author: Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826. [from old catalog]; Morse, Sidney Edwards, 1794-1871)

7               A Report to the Secretary of War of the United States, on Indian Affairs, Comprising a Narrative of a tour performed in the summer of 1820, under a Commission from the President of the United States, for the purpose of Ascertaining, for the use of the Government, the Actual State of the Indian Tribes in our Country: Illustrated by a map of the United States; Ornamented by a Correct Portrait of a Pawnee Indian. By the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, D.D., Late Minister of the First Congregational Church in Charleston, near Boston, now resident in New-Haven. (1822)

8               A Second Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, (Unitarian) on the Subject of Unitarianism. By Samuel Worcester, D.D., Pastor of the Tabernacle Church, Salem. (1815) (Author: Worcester, Samuel, 1770-1821 Subject: Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842)

9               A Sermon, Delivered before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Annual Meeting in Springfield, Massachusetts, September 19, 1821. (1821)

10            A Sermon, Delivered before the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: At a Public Installation of the Officers of the Corinthian Lodge, at Concord, in the County of Middlesex, June 25, 1798. (1798)

11            A Sermon, Exhibiting the Present Dangers, and Consequent Duties of the Citizens of the United States of America. Delivered at Charlestown, April 25, 1799. The Day of the National Fast, by Jedidiah Morse, D.D., Pastor of the Church in Charlestown. (1799)

12            American Unitarianism; or, A Brief History of "The Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America." Compiled, from Documents and Information communicated by the Rev. James Freeman, D.D. and William Wells Junior, Esquire of Boston, and from other Unitarian gentlemen in this Country, by Rev. Thomas Belsham, Essex-Street, London. Extracted from his, "Memoirs of the Life of the Reverend Theophilus Lindsey," printed in London, 1812, and now published for the benefit of the Christian Churches in this Country, without note or alteration. Third Edition. (1815)

13            An Appeal to the Public, on the Controversy Respecting the Revolution in Harvard College, and the Events which have followed it: Occasioned by the use which has been made of Certain Complaints and Accusations of Miss Hannah Adams, Against the Author. By Jedidiah Morse, D.D. (1814)

14            Annals of the American Revolution; or, A Record of the Causes and Events which Produced, and Terminated in the Establishment and Independence of the American Republic. Interspersed with Numerous Appropriate Documents and Anecdotes. To which is Prefixed a Summary account of the First Settlement of the Country, and some of the Principal Indian Wars, which have at Successive Periods Afflicted its Inhabitants. To which is added, Remarks on the Principles and Comparative Advantages of the Constitution of our National Government: and an Appendix; Containing a Biography of the Principal Military Officers, who were Instrumental in Achieving our Independence. Compiled from a mass of authentic Documents, and arranged in Chronological and Historical order, by Jedidiah Morse, D.D. (1824)

15            Are you a Christian or a Calvinist? or, Do you Prefer the Authority of Christ to that of the Genevan Reformer? Both the form and spirit of these Questions being Suggested by the Late Review of American Unitarianism in the Panoplist, and by the Rev. Mr. Worchester's Letter to Mr. Channing. To which are added, some Strictures on both these works. By a Layman. (1815) (Author: Lowell, John, 1769-1840 Subject: Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842; Worcester, Samuel, 1770-1821; Unitarianism)

16            General Observations on the Common Mode of Defending the Doctrine of the Trinity, and the Union of the Two Natures in Jesus Christ. By George Clark. (1817) (Author: Clark, George
Subject:
Jesus Christ; Trinity)

17            Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Worchester's Letter to Mr. Channing, on the "Review of American Unitarianism" In a Late Panoplist. By William E. Channing, (Unitarian) Minister of the Church of Christ in Federal Street. (1815) (Author: Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 Subject: Worcester, Samuel, 1770-1821; Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842; Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826; Unitarianism; Unitarians -- Doctrines Controversial literature)

18            Review of American Unitarianism. (1815) (Author: Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826 Subject: Belsham, Thomas, 1750-1829; Unitarianism -- United States; Unitarians -- Doctrines Controversial literature)

19            Review of the Unitarian Controversy. (1815)

20            Sacred Performances at the Dedication of the Baptist Meeting-House in Charleston, May 12, 1801. Consisting in an Introductory address, by Jedidiah Morse, D.D., a Sermon, adapted to the Occasion, by Samuel Stillman, D.D., and an Address on the Recognition of the Church, by Thomas Baldwin, A.M. (1801) (Author: First Baptist Church (Charlestown, Mass.); Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826; Stillman, Samuel, 1738-1807; Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825)

21            Signs of the Times: A Sermon, Preached before the Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and others in North America, at their Anniversary, November 1, 1810. (microfilm) (1810)

22            The American Universal Geography; or, A View of the Present State of all the Kingdoms, States, and Colonies in the Known World. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1812)

23            The American Universal Geography; or, A View of the Present State of all the Kingdoms, States, and Colonies in the Known World. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1812)

24            The Life of Jedidiah Morse, D.D. (1874) (Author: William Buell Sprague)

25            The Panoplist, for the Year Ending June, 1806. Volume 1 (1806)

26            The Panoplist, for the Year Ending June, 1807. Volume 2 (1807)

27            The Panoplist, for the Year Ending June, 1808. Volume 3 (1808)

28            The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United. For the Year Ending June 1, 1809. Volume 4 (Volume 1) New Series. (1809)

29            The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United. For the Year Ending June 1, 1810. Volume 5 (Volume 2) New Series. (1810)

30            The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United. For the Year Ending June 1, 1811. Volume 6 (Volume 3) New Series. (1811)

31            The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United. For the Year Ending June 1, 1812. Volume 7 (Volume 4) New Series. (1812)

32            The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United. For the Year Ending June 1, 1813. Volume 8 (Volume 5) New Series. (1813)

33            The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine. for the Year Ending December 31, 1813. Volume 9 (1813)

34            The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine, for the Year 1813. Volume 9 (1813)

35            The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine, for the Year 1814. Volume 10 (1814)

36            The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine, for the Year 1815. Volume 11 (1815)

37            The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine, for the Year 1816. Volume 12 (1816)

38            The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine, for the Year 1817. Volume 13 (1817)

39            The Panoplist and Missionary Herald, for the Year 1818. Volume 14 (1818)

40            The Panoplist and Missionary Herald, for the Year 1819. Volume 15 (1819)

41            Things as they are; or, Trinitarianism Developed, in Answer to a Letter of the Rev. Daniel Thomas of Abington, with Strictures on the Sentiments of the Late Rev. Dr. S. Hopkins; of the Rev. Doctors Emmons and Griffin; of the Rev. E. Smith and Mr. T. A. In relation to the Doctrine of the Trinity. By Jacob Norton, A.M. Pastor of the First Religious Society in Weymouth. (1815) (Author: Norton, Jacob, 1764-1858 Subject: Thomas, Daniel, 1778-1847; Unitarian Universalist churches; Trinity -- History of doctrines)

 


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1               A Brief Sketch of the Life and Character of Mrs Elizabeth Adams. (1829)

2               A Commentary on Ecclesiastes. (1864) (Author: Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852; Robbins, Rensselaer         David Chanceford, 1811-1882)

3               A Commentary on Revelation. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1845)

4               A Commentary on Revelation. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1845)

5               A Commentary on the Book of Daniel. (1850)

6               A Commentary on the Book of Proverbs. (1852)

7               A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1827)

8               A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1827)

9               A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, with a Translation and Various Excursuses. (1832)

10            A Discourse on the Life and Services of Professor Moses Stuart; Delivered in the City of New-   York: Sabbath Evening, January 25, 1852. By William Adams, Pastor of the Central Presbyterian          Church. (1852) (Author: Adams, William, 1807-1880 Subject: Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852;       Edwards, B. B. (Bela Bates), 1802-1852)

11            A Grammar of the Hebrew Language. (1831)

12            A Grammar of the New Testament Dialect. Second Edition, Corrected and mostly Written anew.            (1841)

13            A Hebrew Chrestomathy, Designed as an Introduction to a Course of Hebrew Study. Second     Edition: With Additions and Corrections. (1832)

14            A Hebrew Grammar with a Praxis on Select Portions of Genesis and the Psalms. A New Edition,               Revised, and Enlarged. (1823)

15            A Sermon, delivered by request of the Female Charitable Society in Salem, at their Anniversary              the First Wednesday in August, 1815. (1815)

16            A Treatise on the Syntax of the New Testament Dialect. With an Appendix, Containing a              Dissertation on the Greek Article. (1835)

17            An Examination of the Strictures upon the American Education Society, in a late Number of the               Biblical Repository; Originally Published in that Work. (1829)

18            Christ a Sympathizing Savior, a Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Abby Woods, Wife of Rev. Leonard Woods, D. D., Andover, Mass., on Feb. 24, 1846. (1846) (Subject: Woods, Abby Wheeler, 1776-1846)

19            Christian Baptism: An Examination of Professor Stuart's Essay in the Biblical Repository, April, 1833, on "The Mode of Baptism." By Henry J. Ripley, Professor of Biblical Literature in the Newton Theological Institution. (1833) (Author: Ripley, Henry Jones, 1798-1875)

20            Civil Government. (1851)

21            Conscience and the Constitution, with Remarks on the Recent Speech of Daniel Webster in the United States Senate on the Subject of Slavery. (1850) (Subject: Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852)

22            Critical History and Defense of the Old Testament Canon. By Moses Stuart, Professor of Sacred Literature in the Theological Seminary, Andover, Massachusetts. Edited, with Occasional Notes and References, by Peter Lorimer, Professor of Theology and Biblical Literature in the English Presbyterian College, London. (1849)

23            Exegetical Essays on Several Words Relating to Future Punishment. (1867)

24            Hints on the Interpretation of Prophecy. (1842)

25            Is the Mode of Baptism Prescribed in the New Testament? (1855)

26            Letters on the Eternal Generation of the Son, Addressed to Samuel Miller, D. D. (1822) (Author: Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852 Subject: Jesus Christ; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Unitarianism)

27            Letters on the Eternal Sonship of Christ: Addressed to the Rev. Professor Stuart, of Andover. By Samuel Miller, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, in the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, at Princeton. (1823) (Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850 Subject: Jesus Christ; Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852)

28            Letters on the Trinity, and on the Divinity of Christ; Addressed to the Rev. William E. Channing, in Answer to his Sermon, "On the Doctrines of Christianity;" Preached and Published at Baltimore. (1829) (Subject: Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842)

29            Millenarianism Defended; A Reply to Professor Stuart's "Strictures on the Rev. G. Duffield's Recent work on the Second Coming of Christ," in which the former's false assumptions are pointed out, and the fallacy of his interpretation of different important passages of Scripture are both philologically and Exegetically exposed. By George Duffield, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Detroit. (1843) (Author: Duffield, George, 1794-1868)

30            Miller's Reply to Stuart's "Hints on the Interpretation of Prophecy." In Three Letters. Addressed to Joshua V. Himes. (1842) (Author: Miller, William, 1782-1849; Himes, Joshua V. (Joshua Vaughan), 1805-1895)

31            Miscellanies. (1846) (I. Letters to Dr. Channing on the Trinity. II. Two Sermons on the Atonement. III. Sacramental Sermon on the Lamb of God. IV. Dedication Sermon - Real Christianity. V. Letter to Dr. Channing on Religious Liberty. VI. Supplementary Notes and Postscripts of New Additional Matter.)

32            Mr. Webster's Andover Address and his Political Course while Secretary of State. (1844)

33            Practical Rules for Greek Accents and Quantity. From the German of P. Buttmann and F. Passow. (1829) (Author: F. S. K. F. Passow , Philipp Karl Buttmann , Moses Stuart)

34            Remarks on the Synonyms of the New Testament. By John Aug. Henry Tittmann, D.D. First Theological Professor in the University of Leipsic. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839) (Author: Tittmann, Johann August Heinrich, 1773-1831; Craig, Edward, b. 1789?, tr; Robinson, Edward, 1794-1863, tr; Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852, tr)

35            Remarks on the Synonyms of the New Testament. By John Aug. Henry Tittmann, D.D. First Theological Professor in the University of Leipsic. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1837) (Author: Tittmann, Johann August Heinrich, 1773-1831; Craig, Edward, b. 1789?, tr; Robinson, Edward, 1794-1863, tr; Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852, tr)

36            Reply to Remarks of Rev. Moses Stuart, Lately a Professor in the Theological Seminary at Andover, on Hon. John Jay, and an Examination of his Scriptural Exegesis, Contained in his Recent Pamphlet Entitled, "Conscience and the Constitution:" by William Jay. (1850) (Author: Jay, William, 1789-1858. [from old catalog] Subject: Jay, John, 1745-1829. [from old catalog]; Stuart, Moses, 1780-1852; Slavery -- United States)

 


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1               History of the Presbyterian Church in Flemington, New Jersey, for a Century. With Sketches of Local Matters for Two Hundred Years. By George S. Mott, D.D., Pastor of the Church. (1894)

2               The First Century of Hunterdon County, State of New Jersey. (1878)

3               The Prodigal Son. By the Rev. George S. Mott, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Newton, New Jersey. (1863)

 
 


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1               A Vindication of the Sincerity of the Protestant Religion in the Point of Obedience to Sovereigns.            Opposed to the Doctrine of Rebellion, Authorized and Practiced by the Pope and Jesuits. In             Answer to a Jesuitical Libel, Entitled, 'Philanax Anglicus.' By Peter Du Moulin, D.D., Canon of    Christ's Church Canterbury, One of His Majesty's Chaplains. The Fourth Edition: In which more                 Light is given about the Horrible Popish Plot, whereby our late Sacred Sovereign Charles I was                 Murdered. (1679)

2               The Anatomy of the Mass: By Pierre du Moulin, Minister of the Word of God in the Church of     Sedan, and Professor of Theology. Newly Translated from the French. To which is Prefixed, a           Concise History of the Eucharist. By the Rev. Robert Shanks, A.M. (1833)

3               The Papal Tyranny as it was Exercised over England for some Ages: Represented by the Late Rev. Dr. Pierre Du Moulin. (1674)

 



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1               A Commentary on the Whole Book of Proverbs. (1868) (Author: Muffet, Peter, fl. 16th cent;    Cotton, John, 1585-1652. A brief exposition of the whole Book of Canticles; Cotton, John, 1585-            1652. A brief exposition with practical observations ..)

 


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1               An Essay on Christ's Cross and Crown, Viewed from Psalm 40:1-3. (1769)

 


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1               Life by the Ganges; or, Faith and Victory. By the Late Mrs. Mullens, of Calcutta. (1867)

 


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1               A Brief Review of Ten Years' Missionary Labor in India between 1852 and 1861. Prepared from                 Local Reports and Original Letters. (1863)

2               Ecclesia: Church Problems Considered in a Series of Essays. Edited by Henry Robert Reynolds,                  D.D., President of Cheshunt College; Fellow of University College, London. (1870) (Author:     Reynolds, Henry Robert, 1825-1896; Stoughton, John, 1807-1897) (Primitive ecclesia : its       authoritative principles and its modern representations / by John Stoughton -- The idea of the             church regarded in its historical development / by J. Radford Thomson -- The religious life and      Christian society / by J. Baldwin Brown -- The relation of the church to the state / by Eustace    Rogers Conder -- The forgiveness and absolution of sins / by the editor -- The doctrine of the real         presence and of the Lord's Supper / by R.W. Dale -- The worship of the church / by Henry Allon --                   The congregationalism of the future / by J. Guiness Rogers -- Modern missions and their results /           by Joseph Mullens.)

3               London and Calcutta Compared in their Heathenism, Privileges, and Prospects: Showing the Great Claims of Foreign Missions upon the Christian Church. (1868)

4               Missions in South India; Visited and Described. (1854)

5               The Religious Aspects of Hindu Philosophy Stated and Discussed. A Prize Essay. (1860)

6               Twelve Months in Madagascar. (1875)

7               Vedantims, Brahmism, and Christianity, Examined and Compared. A Prize Essay. (1852)

 


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1               Duties of the Church Member to the Church. (microfilm)

2               One Hundred Years of the Presbyterian Church of Frankford (1872) (Subject: Philadelphia (Pa.).        Frankford Presbyterian Church)

3               Pastoral Theology. The Pastor in the Various Duties of his Office. (1877)

4               The Messages to the Seven Churches of Asia; Being the Inaugural of the Enthroned King, a Beacon on Oriental Shores. (1895)

5               The Presbytery of the Log College: or, The Cradle of the Presbyterian Church in America. (1889)

 


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1               Abide in Christ; Thoughts on the Blessed Life of Fellowship with the Son of God. (1895)

2               Absolute Surrender: And other Addresses. (1897)

3               Andrew Murray Year Book. (1899)

4               Be Perfect! Meditations for a Month. (1894)

5               Dying to Self; A Golden Dialogue. (1898) (Author: Law, William, 1686-1761)

6               Faith that Stands in the Power of God. (1896)

7               Have Mercy upon me; The Prayer of the Penitent in the Fifty-First Psalm Explained and Applied. (1895) (Author: Murray, Andrew, 1828-1917; Lilley, J. P. (James Philip), b. 1846)

8               Helps to Intercession. (microfilm) (1898)

9               Holy in Christ: Thoughts on the Calling of God's Children to be Holy as He is Holy. (1887)

10            Humility: The Beauty of Holiness. (1910)

11            "Jesus Himself." (1893)

12            Let us Draw Nigh! The Way to a Life Abiding continually in the Secret of God's Presence: Meditations on Hebrews 10:19-25. (1894)

13            Like Christ; Thoughts on the Blessed Life in Conformity to the Son of God. A Sequel to 'Abide in Christ.' (1895)

14            "Love Made Perfect." (1894)

15            Lord, Teach us to pray. (microfilm) (1896)

16            Money: Thoughts for God's Stewards. (1900)

17            Out of His Fullness; Addresses Delivered in America. (1897)

18            The Children for Christ: Thoughts for Christian Parents on the Consecration of the Home Life. (1887)

19            The Dearth of Conversions. (1897)

20            The Divine Indwelling: Selections from the Letters of William Law. Selected and with an Introduction by Rev. Andrew Murray. (1898) (Author: Law, William, 1686-1761)

21            The Fruit of the Vine. (1898)

22            The Full Blessing of Pentecost; The One Thing Needful. (1908)

23            The Holiest of All! An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews. (1894)

24            The Inner Chamber and the Inner Life. (1905)

25            The Key to the Missionary Problem: Thoughts suggested by the Report of the Ecumenical Missionary Conference held in New York, April 1900. (1902)

26            The Lord's Table: A Help to the Right Observance of the Holy Supper. (1897)

27            The Master's Indwelling. (1896) ("The following papers were in substance delivered by the author in a series of addresses at the Northfield Conference of 1895." Carnal Christians -- The self life -- Waiting on God -- Entrance into rest -- The kingdom first -- Christ our life -- Christ's humility our salvation -- The complete surrender -- Dead with Christ -- Joy in the Holy Ghost -- Triumph of faith -- The source of power in prayer -- That God may be all in all.)

28            The Ministry of Intercession: A Plea for more Prayer. (1898)

29            The New Life: Words for Young Disciples of Christ. (1891)

30            The School of Obedience. Addresses at the Student's Convention at Stellenbosch, July 28-31, 1898. (1898)

31            The Spirit of Christ: Thoughts on the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Believer and the Church. (1888)

32            The Spiritual Life. A Series of Lectures Delivered before the Students of the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, August, 1895, by Rev. Andrew Murray, of South Africa. (1896)

33            The True Vine; Meditations for a Month on John 15:1-16. (1898)

34            The Two Covenants and the Second Blessing. (1898)

35            Thy Will be Done; The Blessedness of a Life in the Will of God. Meditations for a Month. (1900)

36            Waiting on God! Daily Messages for a Month. (1897)

37            Wholly for God! The True Christian Life: A Series of Extracts from the Writings of William Law. (1893) (Author: Law, William, 1686-1761)

38            With Christ in the School of Prayer; Thoughts on our Training for the Ministry of Intercession. (1885)

39            Within; or, The Kingdom of God is within You. (1897)

40            Working for God! A Sequel to Waiting on God! (1901)

 


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1               Francis Wayland. (1891) (Subject: Wayland, Francis, 1796-1865)

2               George Ide Chace, LL.D. A Memorial, Ed. by James O. Murray (1886) (Subject: Chace, George            Ide, 1808-1885)

3               Moral Courage: A Sermon Preached in Marquand Chapel on Sunday Morning November 5, 1893.            (1893)

4               Orations and Essays: With Selected Parish Sermons. By Jeremiah Lewis Diman, D.D., Late Professor of History and Political Economy in Brown University. A Memorial Volume. With an Introduction by James O. Murray (1882) (Author: Diman, J. Lewis (Jeremiah Lewis), 1831-1881; Murray, James O. (James Ormsbee), 1827-1899)

5               Rev. William Harris. Entered into Rest March 23, 1885. (1885) (Subject: Harris, William, 1831-1885)

6               The Inauguration of the Rev. Francis Landey Patton, D. D., LL. D., as President of Princeton College. Princeton, New Jersey, June 20, 1888. (1888) (Author: Princeton university. [from old catalog]; Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933; Paton, Francis Lardey, 1843- Subject: Murray, James Ormsbee, 1827-1899.)

7               The Sorrow of a Nation. A Sermon Preached in the College Chapel at Princeton, N. J. (Occasioned by the Death of James Abram Garfield), Sunday, Sept. 25, 1881. (Subject: Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881)

8               The Study of English Literature: Its Scope and Method. An Address before the Alumni of Brown University, June 15, 1886. (1886)

9               The Two Faiths. (1893)

10            William Gammell, LL. D. A Biographical Sketch, with Selections from his Writings, Ed. by James O. Murray (1890) (Author: Gammell, William, 1812-1889; Murray, James O. (James Ormsbee), 1827-1899 Subject: Ward, Samuel, 1725-1776) (Biographical sketch.--Historical papers: Samuel Ward, governor of Rhode Island. The Monroe doctrine. The period of the confederation. The Huguenots and the Edict of Nantes. The epochs of American civilization. The formation and adoption of the Constitution of the United States, as explained in Mr. Bancroft's volumes. Asylum and extradition among nations. Italy revisited.--Public addresses: Address delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society. Address at ... Providence, called to consider the assault upon the Honorable Charles Sumner, in the Senate-chamber at Washington. Address at the opening of the Rhode Island hospital.)

 



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1               A Discourse Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, City of Saint John, New Brunswick, on Sabbath, March 31, 1861, in Memory of the Late Rev. Nicholas Murray, D.D., who opened the above Church nearly Four Years Ago. By the Rev. James Baird, A.M., Minister of the Church. (microfilm) (1861) (Author: Baird, James, fl. 1861)

2               Bishop Hughes Confuted, Reply to the Rt. Rev. John Hughes, Roman Catholic Bishop of New-York. By Kirwan. (1848)

3               Discourses at the Inauguration to Rev. Alexander T M'Gill, D. D., Professor of Pastoral Theology, Church Government, and Composition and Delivery of Sermons, in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. Delivered at Princeton, September 12, 1854, before the Directors of the Seminary. I. The Ministry We Need. By the Rev. Nicholas Murray, D.D., of Elizabethtown, New. Jersey. II. Practical Theology. By the Rev. Alexander T. M'Gill, D.D. (1854) (Author: Murray, Nicholas, 1802-1861; McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander Taggart), 1807-1889)

4               Dying Legacy to the People of His Charge. By Nicholas Murray, D.D., February 4, 1861. Things Unseen and Eternal. (1861)

5               Kirwan's Letter to Dr. Cote on Baptism, with Dr. Cote's Reply. (microfilm) (1849) (Subject: Côte, C. H. O. (Cyrille Hector Octave), 1809-1850)

6               Letters to the Right Rev. John Hughes. Roman Catholic Bishop of New York. Revised and Enlarged. By Kirwan. (1855)

7               Memoirs of the Rev. Nicholas Murray, D. D. (Kirwan.) (1862) (Author: Prime, Samuel Irenæus, 1812-1885)

8               Men and Things as I saw them in Europe. By Kirwan. (1853)

9               Notes, Historical and Biographical, Concerning Elizabeth-Town, its eminent men, Churches, and Ministers. (1844)

10            Parish and Other Pencilings. By Kirwan. (1854)

11            Preachers and Preaching. (1860)

12            Romanism at Home. Letters to the Hon. Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice of the United States. By Kirwan.  (1852) (Subject: Taney, Roger Brooke, 1777-1864)

13            The Decline of Popery and its Cause:, An Address Delivered in the Broadway Tabernacle on Wednesday Evening, January 15, 1851. (1851)

 


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1               Address Delivered on the Sabbath following the Assassination of President Lincoln, in the        Second Congregational Church, Greenwich, Connecticut. (1865)

2               Adirondack Murray; A Biographical Appreciation, by Harry V. Radford. (1905)

3               Adirondack Tales. (1877) (I. The Story that the Keg Told me. II. The Story of the Man who didn't                   Know Much. III. Sketches. 1. En Route: "Jet and the Cat." 2. Crossing a Carry in the Dark. 3.                   Climbing White Face.)

4               Adventures in the Wilderness; or, Camp Life in the Adirondacks. (1869)

5               American Game Fishes; Their Habits, Habitat, and Peculiarities - How, When, and Where to Angle for Them.(1892) (Author: [Shields, George O.], 1846- [from old catalog] ed; Clarke, Samuel C; Creighton, J. G. Aylwin; Endicott, Francis; Goode, G. Brown (George Brown), 1851-1896; Haldeman, Walter Newman, 1821-1902; Hallock, Charles, 1834-1917; Harris, William C. (William Charles), 1830-1905; Henshall, James Alexander, 1836- [from old catalog]; Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931; Keene, John Harrington; Mather, Fred; Milam, B. C; Mosher, A. A; Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904; Pardee, Luther; Perry, W. A; Thurston, F. H; Tomlin, W. David)

6               Cones for the Camp Fire. (1891)

7               Continental Unity. An Address, delivered in Music Hall, Boston, by Invitation of Prominent Citizens, on December 13, 1888. (1888)

8               Daylight Land, the Experiences, Incidents, and Adventures, Humorous and Otherwise, which befell Judge John Doe, Tourist, of San Francisco; Mr. Cephas Pepperell, Capitalist, of Boston; Colonel Goffe, the man from New Hampshire, and Divers others, in their Parlor-Car Excursion over Prairie and Mountain, all of which I saw, and one of whom I Was (1888)

9               Deacons. (1875)

10            Holiday Tales. Christmas in the Adirondacks (1897)

11            How Deacon Tubman and Parson Whitney kept New Year's and other Stories. (1888)

12            How I am Educating my Daughters; or, A Practical Illustration of what can Easily be done in Development of their Loved Ones by Parents at Home. Private Instructions to the Children of the King. (1902) (Complete Works of W. H. H. Murray. National Edition. Volume 8)

13            How John Norton the Trapper Kept his Christmas.  (1890)

14            John Norton's Thanksgiving Party and other Stories. (1886)

15            Lake Champlain and its Shores. (1890)

16            Mamelons and Ungava, A Legend of the Saguenay, with Supplementary Notes or the Adirondack Tales Volume 3 (1898)

17            Music Hall Sermons. (1870)

18            Music Hall Sermons. Second Series. (1873)

19            Park Street Pulpit: Sermons Preached by William H. H. Murray. (1873)

20            Park Street Pulpit: Sermons Preached by William H. H. Murray. Second Series. (1873)

21            Poems. By Henry Sylvester Cornwell, Francis Gerry Fairfield, Luther Granger Riggs, and Ruth G. D. Havens. With Introduction by Rev. William H. H. Murray, and Critical Analyses by Francis Gerry Fairfield. (1875) (Author: Fairfield, Francis Gerry, 1844-1887; Cornwell, Henry Sylvester, 1831-1886; Riggs, Luther G. (Luther Granger), b. 1837; Havens, Ruth Ginivia Dowd, 1845-; Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904)

22            Sermon Preached at Washington, Connecticut, November 20, 1864. (1865)

23            Sermons, Lectures, and Addresses. (1898) (The Adirondack Tales. Volume 5)

24            Short Story Classics. (American) Volume 1 (1905) (Author: Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904. Ride with a mad horse in a freight-car; Grant, Robert, 1852-1940. Against his judgment; Tracy, Virginia. Lotus Eaters; Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. Hall bedroom; Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933. Tree of heaven; Ade, George, 1866-1944. To make a Hoosier holiday; Habberton, John, 1842-1921. Everybody's chance; Clark, Charles Heber, 1841-1915. Frictional electricity; Rives, Hallie Erminie, b. 1876. In the wake of war; Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell, 1857-1945. Many waters; Patten, William, 1868-1936; P.F. Collier & Son Corporation. pbl)

25            Short Story Classics. (American) Volume 2 (1905) (Author: Patten, William, 1868-1936; Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904. Ride with a mad horse in a freight-car; Grant, Robert, 1852-1940. Against his judgment; Tracy, Virginia. Lotus Eaters; Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. Hall bedroom; Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933. Tree of heaven; Ade, George, 1866-1944. To make a Hoosier holiday; Habberton, John, 1842-1921. Everybody's chance; Clark, Charles Heber, 1841-1915. Frictional electricity; Rives, Hallie Erminie, b. 1876. In the wake of war; Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell, 1857-1945. Many waters; P.F. Collier & Son Corporation. pbl)

26            Short Story Classics. (American) Volume 3 (1905) (Author: Patten, William, 1868-1936; Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904. Ride with a mad horse in a freight-car; Grant, Robert, 1852-1940. Against his judgment; Tracy, Virginia. Lotus Eaters; Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. Hall bedroom; Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933. Tree of heaven; Ade, George, 1866-1944. To make a Hoosier holiday; Habberton, John, 1842-1921. Everybody's chance; Clark, Charles Heber, 1841-1915. Frictional electricity; Rives, Hallie Erminie, b. 1876. In the wake of war; Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell, 1857-1945. Many waters; P.F. Collier & Son Corporation. pbl)

27            Short Story Classics. (American) Volume 4 (1905) (Author: Patten, William, 1868-1936; Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904. Ride with a mad horse in a freight-car; Grant, Robert, 1852-1940. Against his judgment; Tracy, Virginia. Lotus Eaters; Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. Hall bedroom; Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933. Tree of heaven; Ade, George, 1866-1944. To make a Hoosier holiday; Habberton, John, 1842-1921. Everybody's chance; Clark, Charles Heber, 1841-1915. Frictional electricity; Rives, Hallie Erminie, b. 1876. In the wake of war; Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell, 1857-1945. Many waters; P.F. Collier & Son Corporation. pbl)

28            Short Story Classics. (American) Volume 5 (1905) (Author: Patten, William, 1868-1936; Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904. Ride with a mad horse in a freight-car; Grant, Robert, 1852-1940. Against his judgment; Tracy, Virginia. Lotus Eaters; Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. Hall bedroom; Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933. Tree of heaven; Ade, George, 1866-1944. To make a Hoosier holiday; Habberton, John, 1842-1921. Everybody's chance; Clark, Charles Heber, 1841-1915. Frictional electricity; Rives, Hallie Erminie, b. 1876. In the wake of war; Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell, 1857-1945. Many waters; P.F. Collier & Son Corporation. pbl)

29            The Busted Ex-Texan and other Stories. (1890)

30            The Fruits of the Spirit and other Sermons. (1879)

31            The Mystery of the Woods and the Man who missed It. (1891)

32            The Old Apple Tree's Easter; or, A Tale of Nature's Resurrection. (1900) (Complete Works of W. H. H. Murray. National Edition. Volume 7)

33            The Perfect Horse: How to Know him. How to Breed him. How to Train him. How to Shoe him. How to Drive him. With an Introduction by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher; and a Treatise on Agriculture and the Horse, by Hon. George B. Loring. Containing Illustrations of the best Trotting Stock-Horses in the United States, done from Life, with their Pedigrees, Records, and full Descriptions. (1873) (Author: Murray, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), 1840-1904; Loring, George B. (George Bailey), 1817-1891)

34            Words Fitly Spoken. Selections from the Pulpit Utterances of William H. H. Murray, Pastor of Park Street Church (1873)

 


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1               The Israel of the Alps: A Complete History of the Vaudois of Piedmont and their Colonies; Prepared in great part from Unpublished Documents. By Alexis Muston, D.D., Pastor of the Protestant Church at Bourdeaux, Drome, France. Translated by the Rev. John Montgomery, A.M. With Numerous Engravings. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1866)

2               The Israel of the Alps: A Complete History of the Vaudois of Piedmont and their Colonies; Prepared in great part from Unpublished Documents. By Alexis Muston, D.D., Pastor of the Protestant Church at Bourdeaux, Drome, France. Translated by the Rev. John Montgomery, A.M. With Numerous Engravings. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1866)

3               The Waldenses Sketches of the Evangelical Christians of the Valleys of Piedmont. (1853) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication; Muston, Alexis. L'Israël des Alpes. English; Montgomery, John, fl. 1852-1870; Mitchell, A. W. (Alexander W.))

 


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