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Reformed Beliefs N 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 Presbyterian, Anglican, Congregationalist, German Reformed, and Dutch Reformed, and including such writers as Marguerite de Navarre and John Newton.


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1               A Plain Discovery of the Whole Revelation of Saint John: Set Down in Two Treatises: The One   Searching and Improving the True Interpretation thereof: The other applying the same      Periphrastically and Historically to the Text. Set forth by John Napier L. of Merchiston.                 Whereunto are Annexed certain Oracles of Sibyl, agreeing with the Revelation and other               places of Scripture. (1593)

2               An Account of the Life, Writings, and Inventions of John Napier, of Merchiston; by David              Stewart, Earl of Buchan, and Walter Minto, LL.D. (1787) (Author: Buchan, David Stewart          Erskine, Earl of, 1742-1829; Minto, Walter, 1753-1796)

3               The Construction of the Wonderful Canon of Logarithms. By John Napier Baron of Merchiston.                  Translated from the Latin into English with Notes and a Catalog of the Various Editions of                 Napier's Works, by William Rae Macdonald, F.F.A. (1889) (Author: Napier, John, 1550-1617; Macdonald, William Rae, 1843-1923)

4               Napier Tercentenary Memorial Volume. (1915) (Author: Knott, Cargill Gilston, 1856-1922
            Subject:
Napier, John, 1550-1617; Napier, John, 1550-1617; Trigonometry; Logarithms)

 



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1               The Heptameron of the Tales of Margaret, Queen of Navarre (Newly Translated into English)    From the Authentic Text, Based on the Mss. in the Possession of the Societe Des Bibliophiles          Francais. Edited by M. Le Roux De Lincy. Supplemented with the Valuable Explanatory Notes of               the best French Edition. Giving also; A Suppositious Key of the Personages of the Tales, the                           Pedigrees of Margaret of Angouleme and of the House of Orleans, and much additional      Historical data of great Interest, Previously Unpublished, and therefore not included in any other        English Edition; and containing a Memoir of the Author and of her Mother Louise of Savoy. With                   an Essay on the Bibliography of the Heptameron by Ernest A. Vizetelly, Etc. (1902) (Author:             Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549; Le Roux de Lincy, 1806-          1869; Saintsbury, George, 1845-1933; Vizetelly, Ernest Alfred, 1853-1922)

2               The Life of Marguerite D'Angouleme, Queen of Navarre, Dutchesse D'Alencon and De Berry,     Sister of Francis I., King of France, and Author of "The Heptameron." From numerous                   unpublished sources, including Manuscript Documents in the Bibliotheque Imperiale, and the               Archives Du Royaume De France, and also the Private Correspondence of Queen Marguerite             with Francis I., Etc. By Martha Walker Freer. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1895) (Author: Freer,   Martha Walker ;, afterwards Mrs. John Robinson, 1822- 1888)

3               The Life of Marguerite D'Angouleme, Queen of Navarre, Dutchesse D'Alencon and De Berry,     Sister of Francis I., King of France, and Author of "The Heptameron." From numerous                   unpublished sources, including Manuscript Documents in the Bibliotheque Imperiale, and the               Archives Du Royaume De France, and also the Private Correspondence of Queen Marguerite             with Francis I., Etc. By Martha Walker Freer. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1895) (Author: Freer,   Martha Walker ;, afterwards Mrs. John Robinson, 1822- 1888)

 


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1               A Sermon Preached to the Societies for the Reformation of Manners, at Salters-Hall, on Monday June 25, 1722. (1772)

2               Of Sorrowing for them who Sleep in Jesus. A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Anne Phillibrowne, who departed this Life, Feb. 1, 1726, in the 43rd Year of her age. (1727)

3               Sermons Against Popery, Preached at Salters-Hall, in the Year 1735. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1735) (Barker, John, 1682-1762; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Smyth, George; Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Hughes, Obadiah, 1695-1751; Hunt, Jeremiah, 1678-1744; Bayes, Joshua, 1671-1746; Burroughs, Joseph, 1685-1761; Newman, John, 1677-1741; Earle, Jabez, 1676-1768; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758; Leavesly, Thomas)

4               Sermons Against Popery, Preached at Salters-Hall, in the Year 1735. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1735) (Barker, John, 1682-1762; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Smyth, George; Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Hughes, Obadiah, 1695-1751; Hunt, Jeremiah, 1678-1744; Bayes, Joshua, 1671-1746; Burroughs, Joseph, 1685-1761; Newman, John, 1677-1741; Earle, Jabez, 1676-1768; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758; Leavesly, Thomas)

5               The History of New-England Containing an Impartial Account of the Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Country, to the Year of Our Lord, 1700. To which is added, the Present State of New-England. With a New and Accurate Map of the Country. And an Appendix Containing their Present Charter, their Ecclesiastical Discipline, and their Municipal Laws. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1720)

6               The History of New-England Containing an Impartial Account of the Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Country, to the Year of Our Lord, 1700. To which is added, the Present State of New-England. With a New and Accurate Map of the Country. And an Appendix Containing their Present Charter, their Ecclesiastical Discipline, and their Municipal Laws. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1720)

7               The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Reformation, to the Death of Queen Elizabeth. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their Principal Divines. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1755)

8               The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Death of Queen Elizabeth to the Beginning of the Civil War in the Year 1642. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their Principal Divines. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1755)

9               The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Beginning of the Civil War in the Year 1642. To the Death of King Charles I in 1648. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their Principal Divines. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1755)

10            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Death of King Charles I. to the Act of Toleration by King William and Queen Mary, in the Year 1689. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their Principal Divines. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1755)

11            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Reformation, to the Death of Queen Elizabeth. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, by Joshua Toulmin, D.D. To which are Prefixed, some Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Author. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1816) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743. cn; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815, ed. cn)

12            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Death of Queen Elizabeth to the Beginning of the Civil War in the Year 1642. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, by Joshua Toulmin, D.D. To which are Prefixed, some Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Author. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1817) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743. cn; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815, ed. cn)

13            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Battle of Edge-Hill. To the Death of King Charles I. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, by Joshua Toulmin, D.D. To which are Prefixed, some Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Author. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1817) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743. cn; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815, ed. cn)

14            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Death of King Charles I. To the King's Declaration of Indulgence, in the Year 1672. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, by Joshua Toulmin, D.D. To which are Prefixed, some Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Author. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1817) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743. cn; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815, ed. cn)

15            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Death of King Charles II. To the Act of Toleration in the Reign of King William and Queen Mary in the Year 1688. With an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church; their Sufferings; and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, by Joshua Toulmin, D.D. To which are Prefixed, some Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Author. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1817) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743. cn; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815, ed. cn)

16            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Nonconformists, from the Reformation in 1517, to the Revolution in 1688; Comprising an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church, their Sufferings, and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. Reprinted from the Text of Dr. Toulmin's Edition; with his Life of the Author and Account of his Writings. Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged. A New Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1837) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815)

17            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Nonconformists, from the Reformation in 1517, to the Revolution in 1688; Comprising an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church, their Sufferings, and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. Reprinted from the Text of Dr. Toulmin's Edition; with his Life of the Author and Account of his Writings. Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged. A New Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1837) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815)

18            The History of the Puritans or Protestant Nonconformists, from the Reformation in 1517, to the Revolution in 1688; Comprising an Account of their Principles; their Attempts for a further Reformation in the Church, their Sufferings, and the Lives and Characters of their most Considerable Divines. By Daniel Neal, M.A. Reprinted from the Text of Dr. Toulmin's Edition; with his Life of the Author and Account of his Writings. Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged. A New Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1837) (Author: Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Toulmin, Joshua, 1740-1815)

 



Neill, William (Presbyterian) (1788-1860)

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1               A Discourse Reviewing a Ministry of Fifty Years. With an Appendix of Anecdotes and     Reminiscences. (1857)

2               A Practical Exposition of the Epistle to the Ephesians in a Series of Lectures Adapted to be Read in Families and Social Meetings. (1850)

3               An Inaugural Address Delivered before the Trustees of Dickinson College, at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, November 9, 1824. By William Neill, D.D., Principal. (1824)

4               Autobiography of William Neill, with a Selection from his Sermons. (1864) (Author: Neill, William, 1778?-1860; Jones, Joseph H. (Joseph Huntington), 1797-1808, ed)

5               Lectures on Biblical History, Comprising the Leading Facts from the Creation of the World to the Death of Joshua. Designed to Promote and Facilitate the careful Reading of the Sacred Scriptures, and Adapted to the use of Families, Bible Classes, and Young People Generally. (1846)

6               The Divine Origin and Authority of the Christian Religion: In a Connected Series of Familiar Discourses, Giving a Concise view of the Historical Argument for the Truth of the Bible. (1854)

 


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1               Benefits of the Sabbath. (1867)

2               Home Whispers. (1884)

3               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: Morris,            Edward Dafydd, 1825-1915; Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906; Chamberlain, F. V)

4               Seeing Jesus. (1869)

5               Sin and Salvation. (1881)

6               The Attraction of the Cross. A Discourse before the American Board of Commissioners for          Foreign Missions, at their meeting at, Norwich, Connecticut, October 6, 1868. (1868)

7               The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 1 (1887) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

8               The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 2 (1887) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

9               The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 3 (1888) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

10            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 4 (1888) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

11            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 5 (1889) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

12            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 6 (1889) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

13            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 7 (1890) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

14            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 8 (1890) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

15            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 9 (1891) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906,         ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General        Assembly of the Presbyterian    Church in the United States of America.)

16            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 10 (1891) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

17            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 11 (1892) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

18            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 12 (1892) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

19            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 13 together with 14 (1893) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of                 the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

20            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 14 (1893) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

21            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 15 (1894) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

22            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 16 together with 15 (1895) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General          Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

23            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 17 (1895) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

24            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 18 (1895) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

25            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 19 (1896) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

26            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 20 (1896) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

27            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 21 (1897) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

28            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 22 (1897) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

29            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 23 (1898) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

30            The Church at Home and Abroad. Volume 24 (1898) (Author: Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-    1906, ed; Robinson, Albert B., ed) (Published by order of the General Assembly of the      Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.)

31            The Divinely Prepared Ruler, and the fit End of Treason. Two Discourses delivered at the First                   Presbyterian Church, Springfield , Illinois, by Invitation of the Session, in the Sabbath following           the Burial of President Lincoln, May 7, 1865, by Henry A. Nelson, Pastor of the First Presbyterian                   Church, Saint Louis. (1865) (Subject: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865)

 


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1               The Nature, Properties, Blessings, and Saving Graces, of the Covenant of Grace, Opened and Applied in 52 Sermons, on II Samuel 23:5. Preached at New-Mills in London. By that Zealous and Faithful Minister of the Gospel, Minister there, in the Time of Scotland's purest Reformation. Written by the Author's Hand, in a very fair Manuscript, from which this is Printed. Never before Published. To which is added, Two Letters, written by the Author to his Parishioners when he was in Holland. (1748)

 


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1               A Biographical Sketch of John Williamson Nevin, D.D., LL.D., Doctor Praestantissimus. (1890)                   (Author: Kremer, A. R. (Abner Ralph), 1832-1917)

2               A Summary of Biblical Antiquities; for the use of Schools, Bible-Classes, and Families. (1849)

3               Antidote to the Poison of Popery in the Writing and Conduct of Professors, Nevin and Schaff, who are both Professors in the German Reformed Church, U. S. A. (1856) (Author: Janeway, J. J. (Jacob Jones), 1774-1858 Subject: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886)

4               Christian Hymnody. (1856) (An Article from the October Issue of the Mercersburg Quarterly Review.)

5               History and Genius of the Heidelberg Catechism. (1847)

6               Life and Character of Frederick Augustus Raunch, First President of Marshall College: Delivered on Occasion of the Re-Interment of his Remains at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, March 7, 1859. (1859)

7               Man's True Destiny. A Baccalaureate Address, to the First Graduating Class of Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, August 31, 1853. (1853)

8               The Life and Work of John Williamson Nevin, D. D., L. L. D. (1889) (Author: Appel, Theodore, 1823-1907)

9               The Mystical Presence. A Vindication of the Reformed or Calvinistic Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist. (1846)

10            The Scourge of God, A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, July 6, 1832, on the Occasion of a City fast, Concerning the Approach of the Asiatic Cholera. (1832)

11            Vindication of the Revised Liturgy Historical and Theological. (1867)

 


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1               Essay on the wants of the World, and the way to relieve them. By the Rev. William Nevins, A.M.,             Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Baltimore. (1832)

2               Practical Thoughts. By Rev. William Nevins, D.D., Late Pastor of a Church in Baltimore. (1836)

3               Select Remains of the Rev. William Nevins, D. D. With a Memoir. (1836)

4               Sermons, by the Late Rev. William Nevins, D.D. (1837)

5               Thoughts on Popery. (1836)

 



Nevius, John Livingston (1829-1893)

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1               China and the Chinese: A General Description of the Country and its Inhabitants; its Civilization             and form of Government; its Religious and Social Institutions; its Intercourse with other Nations;               and its Present Condition and Prospects. By the Rev. John L. Nevius, Ten Years a Missionary in                   China. With a Map and Illustrations. (1872)

2               Demon Possession and Allied Themes; Being an Inductive Study of Phenomena of Our Times. By Rev. John L. Nevius, D.D., for Forty Years a Missionary to the Chinese. With an Introduction by Rev. F. F. Ellinwood, D.D., Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. With an Index: Bibliographical, Biblical, Pathological, and General. Second Edition. With Corrections and Supplement. (1896)

3               Our Life in China. By Helen Sanford Coan Nevius. (1891)

4               The Life of John Livingston Nevius for Forty Years a Missionary in China. By his Wife Helen Sanford Coan Nevius. Introduction by W. A. P. Martin, D.D., LL.D., President Imperial Tungwen College, Peking. With Illustrations from Original Photographs and a Map of Eastern Shantling. (1895) (Author: Nevius, Helen Sanford Coan, 1833-1910)

5               The Planting and Development of Missionary Churches. (1899)

 


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1               A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females; Being a series of Letters from a Brother to a Younger Sister. (1833)

2               An Encyclopedia of Missions; Containing a Comprehensive View of Missionary Operations throughout the World; with Geographical Descriptions, and Accounts of the Social, Moral, and Religious Condition of the People. (1855)

3               Anecdotes for Boys: Entertaining Narratives and Anecdotes, Illustrative of Principles and Character. (1857)

4               Anecdotes for Girls: Entertaining Narratives and Anecdotes, Illustrative of Principles and Character. (1860)

5               Christianity Demonstrated, In four Distinct and Independent series of Proofs. With an Explanation of the Types and Prophecies Concerning the Messiah. (1848)

6               How to be a Lady: A Book for Girls, Containing useful Hints on the Formation of Character. (1852)

7               How to be a Man: A Book for Boys, Containing useful Hints on the Formation of Character. (1847)

8               Kind Words for Children, to Guide them in the Path of Peace. (1859)

9               Sabbath School Teacher's Aid: A Collection of Anecdotes, for Illustrating Religious Truth; Arranged under a Variety of Subjects. For the use of Sabbath School Teachers; Especially the Teachers of Infant Classes. (1840)

10            Samuel in the Temple. (1840)

11            The Anabaptists: Being an Account of the Progress of the Reformation in Germany, from the Diet of Worms to the Death of Frederic, Elector of Saxony: Comprising the History of the Anabaptists, or Mennonites: With remarks on Fanaticism, Riots, War, Oaths, Baptism, the Sabbath, and other Subjects. (1836)

12            The False Prophet; or, An Account of the rise and Progress of the Mohammedan Religion: Comprising the History of the Church, from the close of the Fifth to the beginning of the Seventh Century; together with a Concise view of the Prophecies relating to Mohammed and his Followers. Being a series of supposed Conversations between a Mother and her Children. (1844)

13            The North American Indians: Being a Series of Conversations between a Mother and her Children, Illustrating the Character, Manners, and Customs of the Natives of North America. Adapted both to the General Reader  and to the Pupil of the Sabbath School. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1835)

14            The North American Indians: Being a Series of Conversations between a Mother and her Children, Illustrating the Character, Manners, and Customs of the Natives of North America. Adapted both to the General Reader  and to the Pupil of the Sabbath School. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1835)

 


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1               Memoirs of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth      and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw. Lombard Street; with General Remarks on his Life, Connections,          and Character. By Richard Cecil, A.M., Minister of St. John's, Bedford Row. (1809) (Author: Cecil,        Richard, 1748-1810)

2               Memoirs of the Rev. John Newton, some time a Slave in Africa; afterwards Curate of Olney,      Bucks; and Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, London: In a Series of Letters Written by himself, to the       Rev. Dr. Haweis, Rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire. (1813)

3               Olney Hymns, in Three Books; Book I. On Select Texts of Scripture. Book II. On Occasional             Subjects. Book III. On the Progress and Changes of the Spiritual Life.  By the Rev. John Newton,                 London and William Cowper. (1792) (Author: Newton, John, 1725-1807; Newton, John, 1725-           1807. Ebenezer : a memorial of the unchangeable goodness of God under changing         dispensations; Cowper, William, 1731-1800) (With this is bound: Ebenezer : a memorial of the             unchangeable goodness of God under changing dispensations; and Poems by Newton.)

4               The Works of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. From the Last London Edition. In Six Volumes. Volume 1             (1810) (I. An Authentic Narrative of some Remarkable and Interesting Particulars in the Life of                 ******, in Fourteen Letters. II. Forty-One Letters on Religious Subjects, by Omicron and Vigil. III.                   Cardophonia, or, the Utterance of the Heart; in the course of a Real Correspondence.)

5               The Works of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. From the Last London Edition. In Six Volumes. Volume 2             (1810) (I. Cardophonia Continued. II. Six Discourses, or Sermons, as Intended for the Pulpit. III.                Twenty Sermons Preached in the Parish Church of Olney.)

6               The Works of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. From the Last London Edition. In Six Volumes. Volume 3             (1810) (I. A Review of Ecclesiastical History. 1. Book 1. Of the First Period of Christianity. 2. Book              2. Of the Second Period of Christianity. II. Olney Hymns)

7               The Works of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. From the Last London Edition. In Six Volumes. Volume 4             (1822) (I. Fifty Sermons.)

8               The Works of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. From the Last London Edition. In Six Volumes. Volume 5             (1822) (I. Tracts. II. Sermons. III. Letters to a Wife while Traveling. IV. Appendix.)

9               The Works of the Rev. John Newton, Late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. From the Last London Edition. In Six Volumes. Volume 6             (1825) (I. Letters intended as a Sequel to Cardiphonia. II. Miscellaneous Papers Extracted from              Periodical Publications. III. Sermons.)

 


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1               An Exposition of the Catechism of the Church of England. By the Right Reverend, William             Nicholson, sometime Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Second Edition. (1844)

 



Nieuwentyt, Bernard (Dutch Philosopher) (1654-1718)

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1               The Religious Philosopher: or, The Right Use of Contemplating the Works of the Creator: I. In the            Wonderful Structure of Animal Bodies, and in particular, Man. II. In the no less Wonderful and               Wise Formation of the Elements, and their various Effects upon Animal and Vegetable Bodies.                and, III. In the most amazing Structure of the Heavens, with all its Furniture. Designed For the           Conviction of Atheists and Infidels. Throughout which, all the late Discoveries in Anatomy,                Philosophy, and Astronomy, together with various Experiments made use of to Illustrate the                   same, are most copiously handled by that Learned Mathematician Dr. Nieuwentyt.           Translated from the Original. by John Chamberlayne, Esquire, F.R.S. To which is prefixed, a                   Letter to the Translator, by the Rev. J. T. Desaguliers, M.A., F.R.S. The Second Edition, Corrected.            Adorned with Cuts. In Three Volumes. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1719) (Author: Nieuwentyt,           Bernard, 1654-1718; Chamberlayne, John, 1666-1723, tr; Desaguliers, J. T. (John Theophilus),        1683-1744)

2               The Religious Philosopher: or, The Right Use of Contemplating the Works of the Creator: I. In the            Wonderful Structure of Animal Bodies, and in particular, Man. II. In the no less Wonderful and               Wise Formation of the Elements, and their various Effects upon Animal and Vegetable Bodies.                and, III. In the most amazing Structure of the Heavens, with all its Furniture. Designed For the           Conviction of Atheists and Infidels. Throughout which, all the late Discoveries in Anatomy,                Philosophy, and Astronomy, together with various Experiments made use of to Illustrate the                   same, are most copiously handled by that Learned Mathematician Dr. Nieuwentyt.           Translated from the Original. by John Chamberlayne, Esquire, F.R.S. To which is prefixed, a                   Letter to the Translator, by the Rev. J. T. Desaguliers, M.A., F.R.S. The Second Edition, Corrected.            Adorned with Cuts. In Three Volumes. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1720) (Author: Nieuwentyt,           Bernard, 1654-1718; Chamberlayne, John, 1666-1723, tr; Desaguliers, J. T. (John Theophilus),        1683-1744)

3               The Religious Philosopher: or, The Right Use of Contemplating the Works of the Creator: I. In the            Wonderful Structure of Animal Bodies, and in particular, Man. II. In the no less Wonderful and               Wise Formation of the Elements, and their various Effects upon Animal and Vegetable Bodies.                and, III. In the most amazing Structure of the Heavens, with all its Furniture. Designed For the           Conviction of Atheists and Infidels. Throughout which, all the late Discoveries in Anatomy,                Philosophy, and Astronomy, together with various Experiments made use of to Illustrate the                   same, are most copiously handled by that Learned Mathematician Dr. Nieuwentyt.           Translated from the Original. by John Chamberlayne, Esquire, F.R.S. To which is prefixed, a                   Letter to the Translator, by the Rev. J. T. Desaguliers, M.A., F.R.S. The Second Edition, Corrected.            Adorned with Cuts. In Three Volumes. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1719) (Author: Nieuwentyt,           Bernard, 1654-1718; Chamberlayne, John, 1666-1723, tr; Desaguliers, J. T. (John Theophilus),        1683-1744)

 


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1               Address of Rev. Henry E. Niles; On the Occasion of President Lincoln's Funeral Obsequies in York, Pennsylvania. (1865)

2               Commemoration of Twenty Five Years of Service by the Rev. Henry E. Niles, D.D., as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, York Pennsylvania. Also a Sketch of the Early History of the Church. (1890)

3               Memoir of Henry Edward Niles. (1901)

4               Memorial  of David Etter Small, Consisting of a Biographical Sketch and a Funeral Address, delivered in the Presbyterian Church, York, Pennsylvania, April 1, 1883. (1883)

 


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1               A Vindication of Divers Important Gospel Doctrines, and of the Teachers and Professors of       Them: Against the Injurious Reflections and Misrepresentations Contained in a late printed               discourse of the Rev. Mr. Lemuel Briant's. Entitled, "The Absurdity and Blasphemy of   deprecating Moral Virtue." Also a few remarks are subjoined, on Mr. John Bass's late          "Narrative." Published as his Dying Testimony to the Cause of Christ, in the Protestant Churches,             and particularly in New-England. By Samuel Niles, Pastor of a Church in Braintree, Rhode Island.            (1752)

2               The True Scriptural Doctrine of Original Sin Stated and Defended. By way of Remarks on a late                  Piece, Entitled, "The Scripture-Doctrine of Original Sin proposed to free and candid Examination. By John Taylor." The Second Edition. To which is premised, a brief Discourse on the Decrees of                 God, in general, and on the Election of Grace, in particular. Being the Substance of many           Meditations, in the Course of a long Life, and now published as his (renewed) Dying Testimony,       for Truth, and against Error. By Samuel Niles, Pastor of a Church in Braintree, Rhode Island.      (1757)

 



Nott, Eliphalet (Presbyterian) (1773-1866)

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1               A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of General Alexander Hamilton, delivered in the North Dutch Church, in the City of Albany, July 29, 1804. (1853)

2               A Sermon Preached before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; By Appointment of their Committee of Missions, on May 19, 1806. (1806)

3               Address at the Funeral of the Rev. Dr. Nott, Schenectady, February 2, 1866, in the Presbyterian Church, by the Pastor, Rev. J. Trumbull Backus, D.D. (1866) (Author: Backus, J. Trumbull, (Jonathan Trumbull), 1809-1892)

4               Argument in Defense of the Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D.D., President of Union College, and in answer to the charges made against him by Levinus Vanderheyden and James W. Beekman; Presented before the Committee of the Senate, appointed to investigate certain Pecuniary affairs of Union College, by John Canfield Spencer. With a Synopsis of its Contents; to which are appended the Principal Documents, Testimony and Statements Produced in behalf of Dr. Nott, and the Trustees of the College, before the Committee: Together with some of the Testimony, Statements, and, on the part of the Prosecution; with a Table of the contents thereof, and an Explanatory Note. (1853)

5               Counsels to Young Men on the Formation of Character, and the Principles which lead to Success and Happiness in Life; Being Addresses Principally delivered at the Anniversary Commencements in Union College. (1856)

6               Lectures on Temperance. (1858)

7               Memoirs of Eliphalet Nott, D.D., LL.D, for Sixty-Two Years President of Union College. (1876) (Author: Van Santvoord, Cornelius, 1816-1901; Lewis, Tayler, 1802-1877)

8               Miscellaneous Works. (1810)

9               The Education demanded by the People of the United States. A Discourse delivered at Union College, Schenectady, July 25, 1854, on the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Presidency of Eliphalet Nott, D.D., LL.D. By Francis Wayland, President of Brown University. (1855)

10            The Resurrection of Christ: A Series of Discourses. By Eliphalet Nott, D.D., LL.D., Late President of Union College. With an Introduction and Notes by Tayler Lewis. (1872)

 


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1               American Explorations in the Ice Zones - The Expeditions of De Haven, Kane, Rodgers, Hayes, Hall, Schwatka, and DeLong; The Relief Voyages from the Jeanette by the U. S. Steamers Corwin, Rodgers, and Alliance; The Cruises of Captain s Long and Raynor of the Merchant Service: With a Brief Notice of the Antarctic Cruise under Lieutenant Wilkes, 1840, and of the Locations and Objects of the U. S. Signal Service Arctic Observers. Prepared Chiefly from Official Sources by Professor J. E. Nourse, U.S.N. (1884)

2               Narrative of the Second Arctic Expedition made by Charles Francis Hall: His Voyage to Repulse Bay, Sledge Journeys to the Straits of Fury and Hecla and to King William's Land. And Residence among the Eskimos during the Years 1864-69. Edited under the orders of the Hon. Secretary of the Navy, by Professor  J. E. Nourse, U.S.N. (1879) (Author: Hall, Charles Francis, 1821-1871; Nourse, J. E. (Joseph Everett), 1819-1889, ed; United States Naval Observatory; United States. Navy Dept Subject: Franklin, John, Sir, 1786-1847)

3               The Maritime Canal of Suez, from its Inauguration, November 17, 1869, to the Year 1884. (1884)

4               The Presbytery of Washington City and the Churches Under its Care. (1888)

 


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1               A Catechism Written in Latin by Alexander Nowell, Dean of St. Paul's: Together with, the same Catechism Translated into English by Thomas Norton. Appended is a Sermon Preached by Dean Nowell before Queen Elizabeth at the Opening of the Parliament, which met January 11, 1563. (1853) (Author: Nowell, Alexander, 1507?-1602; Corrie, George Elwes, 1793-1885; Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584)

2               The Life of Alexander Nowell, Dean of St. Paul's, Chiefly compiled from Registers, Letters, and other Authentic Evidences. By Ralph Churton, M.A., Rector of Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire, Archdeacon of St. David's, and Late Fellow of Brasen Nose College. (1809) (Author: Churton, Ralph, 1754-1831)

3               The Reproof of M. Dorman's proof of certain Articles of Religion, Etc., continued by Alexander Nowell. With a Defense of the Chief Authority and Government of Christian Princes, as well in causes Ecclesiastical, as Civil, within their own Dominions, by M. Dorman maliciously Oppugned. (1566) (Subject: Dorman, Thomas, d. 1577?; Catholic Church; Theology, Doctrinal; Puritans)

 


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