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1               A Defense of Church Government, Exercised in Presbyterial, Classical, and Synodical, Assemblies; According to the Practice of the Reformed Churches: Touching I. The Power of a Particular Eldership, Against those that Plead for a Mere Popular Government, Especially Mr. Ainsworth in his Animadversion to Mr. Clyfton. II. The Authority of Classes and Synods, Against the Patrons of Independency: Answering in this Point Mr. Davenport’s Apologetical Reply, and Mr. Canne’s Church’s Plea, Etc., sent forth first by W. Best, and afterwards for this part of it, under the title of, "Zion's Prerogative Royal." By John Paget, late able and faithful Pastor of the Reformed English Church in Amsterdam. Hereunto is prefixed an Advertisement to the Parliament, wherein are inserted some Animadversions on the Cheshire, "Remonstrance against Presbytery," by T. P. (1641) (Author: Paget, John, d. 1640; Paget, Thomas, d. 1660
Subject:
Ainsworth, Henry, 1571-1622?; Davenport, John, 1597-1670; Canne, John, d. 1667?; Church polity)

2               An Arrow Against the Separation of the Brownists. Also an Admonition touching Talmudic and Rabbinical Allegations. (microfilm) (1618) (Subject: Ainsworth, Henry, 1571-1622?; Brownists)

3               Wisdom's Bounty to Heavenly Pilgrims, in the Midst of their Manifold Distractions, Unmasking the Man of Sin, Against the Battle of the Great Day (1622)

 



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1               Aonio Paleario and his Friends, with a Revised Edition of "The Benefit of Christ's Death." By the Rev. William M. Blackburn. (1866) (Author: Blackburn, Wm. M. (William Maxwell), 1828-1898)

2               Beneficium Christi. The Benefit of Christ's Death; or, The Glorious Riches of God's Free Grace, which Every True Believer Receives by Jesus Christ, and Him Crucified. Originally written in Italian, and attributed to Aonio Paleario; Now Reprinted from an Ancient English Translation. With a Historical Sketch of the Book and its Writer. (1860) (Author: Benedetto da Mantova, fl. 1534-1541. [from old catalog]; Paleario, Aonio, d. 1570. Beneficio di Cristo. [from old catalog]; Flaminio, Marco Antonio, 1498-1550; Golding, Arthur, 1536-1606, tr)

3               The Life and Times of Aonio Paleario; or, A History of the Italian Reformers in the Sixteenth Century. Illustrated by Original Letters and Unedited Documents. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1860) (Author: Young, M)

4               The Life and Times of Aonio Paleario; or, A History of the Italian Reformers in the Sixteenth Century. Illustrated by Original Letters and Unedited Documents. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1860) (Author: Young, M)

 


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1               A Discourse Before the General Assembly of South Carolina, on December 10, 1863, Appointed by the Legislature, as a Day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer. (1864)

2               A Discourse Commemorative of the Life, Character, and Genius of the Late Rev. James H. Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Didactic and Polemic Theology in the Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. (1862) (Subject: Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862)

3               A Vindication of Secession and the South from the Strictures of Rev. R. J. Breckinridge, D. D., LL.D., in the Danville Quarterly Review. By B. M. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans, Louisiana. [From The Southern Presbyterian Review for April, 1861] (1861) (Subject: Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871)

4               Address Delivered at the Funeral of General Maxcy Gregg, in the Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina, December 20, 1862. (1863) (Subject: Gregg, Maxcy, 1814-1862)

5               Christianity, the Only Religion for Man, A Discourse Delivered Before the Graduating Class of the University of North Carolina, June 4, 1855. (1855)

6               Formation of Character. Twelve Lectures Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, Louisiana. (1889)

7               Importance of the Ministerial Office. A Sermon Preached in the Independent or Congregational Church of Charleston, South Carolina, on January 3, 1821, at the Ordination of the Rev. Messrs. Reynolds Bascom, Joseph Brown, Charles B. Storrs, Epaphras Goodman, and Elipha White; as Evangelists. By Benjamin M. Palmer, D.D., Pastor of the above Church. To which is added A Charge Delivered to the Ministers Ordained, by the Rev. Loami Floyd, Pastor of the Independent Churches of Bethel and Wilton. (1820)

8               In Memory of Prof. T. G. Richardson, M.D. Contents: I. The Professional Services of Dr. Richardson, with Appendices, by Stanford E. Chaille, M.D. II. The Representative Life and Character of Dr. Richardson, by B. M. Palmer, D.D. (1893) (Author: Tulane University. Medical Dept; Chaillé, Stanford E. (Stanford Emerson), 1830-1911. Professional services of Dr. Richardson; Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902. Representative life and character of Dr. Richardson Subject: Richardson, T. G. (Tobias Gibson), 1827-1892)

9               Memorial Service in Honor of William Preston Johnson, LL.D. First President of Tulane University, 1884-1899. Introductory Address by Judge Charles E. Fenner. Memorial Oration by B. M. Palmer, D.D. (1900) (Author: Tulane University; Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902
Subject:
Johnston, William Preston, 1831-1899)

10            Sermons of Bishop Pierce and Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Before the General Assembly at Milledgeville, Georgia, on Fast Day, March 27, 1863. (1863) (Author: Pierce, George F. (George Foster), 1811-1884; Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902. Rainbow round the throne)

11            Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered at the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, on Thursday, December 29, 1860. (Precipitous to the Civil War Union) (1861)

12            The Broken Home; or, Lessons in Sorrow. (1891)

13            The Family, in Its Civil and Churchly Aspects. An Essay, in Two Parts. (1876)

14            The Life and Letters of Benjamin Morgan Palmer. (1906) (Author: Thomas Cary Johnson)

15            The Life and Letters of James Henley Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Ex-President of the South Carolina College, Late Professor of Theology in the Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. By B. M. Palmer, D.D., LL.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, Louisiana. (1875) (Subject: Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862)

16            The Oath of Allegiance to the United States, discussed in its Moral and Political Bearings. (1863)

17            The Present Crisis and Its Issues. Address by Rev. B. M. Palmer, D.D. at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, June 27, 1872 (1872) (Subject: Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877); United States -- Politics and government 1869-1877)

18            The South: Her Peril, and Her Duty. A Discourse, Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, on Thursday, November 29, 1860. (1860)

19            The Threefold Fellowship and the Threefold Assurance: An Essay in Two Parts. (1902)



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1               A Collection of Family Prayers: With Various Occasional Forms from the Devotional Writings of Sundry Authors. (1815)

2               Devout Meditations, from the Christian Oratory, by the Rev. Benjamin Bennett. With an Introduction on Retired Devotion in General. Abridged and newly Arranged in Four Parts, by S. Palmer. First American Edition. To which is added, Extracts from Scougal's, "Life of God in the Soul of Man." (1819) (Author: Bennet, Benjamin, 1674-1726; Scougal, Henry, 1650-1678. Life of God in the soul of man; Palmer, Samuel, 1741-1813)

3               The Family Expositor Abridged: According to the plan of its Author, the Rev. Philip Doddridge, D.D. By Samuel Palmer. To which are prefixed, Memoirs of Doctor Doddridge. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1807)

4               The Family Expositor Abridged: According to the plan of its Author, the Rev. Philip Doddridge, D.D. By Samuel Palmer. To which are prefixed, Memoirs of Doctor Doddridge. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1807)

5               The Life of the Rev. Isaac Watts, D.D. By Samuel Johnson, LL.D. with Notes. Containing Animadversions and Additions. To which are subjoined, a distinguishing Feature of the Doctor's Character, omitted by his Biographers; an authentic Account of his last Sentiments on the Trinity; and a Copy of a Manuscript of his never before published. (1785) (Author: Samuel Johnson , Samuel Palmer)

6               The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Ministers, who were Ejected or Silenced after the Restoration, particularly by the Act of Uniformity, which took place on Bartholomew-Day, August 24, 1662. Containing a concise View of their Lives and Characters, Principles, Sufferings, and Printed Works. Originally written by the Reverend and Learned Edmund Calamy, D.D. Now abridged and corrected, and the Author's Additions inserted, with many further Particulars, and new Anecdotes, by Samuel Palmer. To which is prefixed, an Introduction, containing a brief History of the Times in which they lived, and the Grounds of their Nonconformity. Embellished with the Heads of many of those venerable Divines. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1775) (Author: Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732; Palmer, Samuel, 1741-1813)

7               The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Ministers, who were Ejected or Silenced after the Restoration, particularly by the Act of Uniformity, which took place on Bartholomew-Day, August 24, 1662. Containing a concise View of their Lives and Characters, Principles, Sufferings, and Printed Works. Originally written by the Reverend and Learned Edmund Calamy, D.D. Now abridged and corrected, and the Author's Additions inserted, with many further Particulars, and new Anecdotes, by Samuel Palmer. To which is prefixed, an Introduction, containing a brief History of the Times in which they lived, and the Grounds of their Nonconformity. Embellished with the Heads of many of those venerable Divines. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1778) (Author: Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732; Palmer, Samuel, 1741-1813)

8               The Protestant Dissenter's Answer to the Reverend Dr Priestly's Free Address, on the Subject of the Lord's Supper. Upon Scriptural and Rational Principles. In a Series of Letters to the Author, with some Occasional Remarks on his Letter to the Rev. Mr. Venn, and on Bishop Hoadly's, "Plain Account." (1770)

9               The Protestant Dissenter's Catechism. Containing, I. A Brief History of the Nonconformists: II. The Reasons of the Dissent from the National Church. Designed to Instruct and establish Young Persons among the Dissenters in the Principles of Nonconformity. By the Rev. Samuel Palmer, of Hackney. The Third Edition, Corrected. (1774)

10            The Reformed Pastor; A Discourse on the Pastoral Office. To which is added, an Appendix, containing Hints of advice to Students for the Ministry, and to Tutors of Academies. Written by the Reverend and Pious Mr. Richard Baxter. Abridged and reduced to a new Method by Samuel Palmer. The Second Edition, Corrected. (1808)

11            The Want of Laborers in the Gospel Harvest, Considered and Improved: In a Sermon Preached July 30, 1775; on the Occasion of the much lamented Death of the Reverend and Learned Caleb Ashworth, D.D., Tutor of the Dissenting Academy at Daventry in Northamptonshire. To which is added, a Postscript, containing some Hints, with a View to the Interest of Religion among the Dissenters. (1775)

 


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1               Principles of Interpretation of the Old Testament; Translated from the Institutio Interpretis    Veteris Testamenti of John Henry Pareau, Professor of Oriental Languages in the University of                  Ultrecht. By Patrick Forbes, D.D. One of the Ministers of Old Machar, and Professor of Humanity,            Etc., King's College, Aberdeen. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1835)

2               Principles of Interpretation of the Old Testament; Translated from the Institutio Interpretis    Veteris Testamenti of John Henry Pareau, Professor of Oriental Languages in the University of                  Ultrecht. By Patrick Forbes, D.D. One of the Ministers of Old Machar, and Professor of Humanity,            Etc., King's College, Aberdeen. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1840)

 


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1               A Sermon on the Moral Responsibility of Physicians. Addressed to the Medical Students of Philadelphia, on Sunday Evening, Feb. 6, 1848, by Joel Parker, D.D., Pastor of the Clinton Street Presbyterian Church. (1848)

2               Lectures on Universalism. By Rev. Joel Parker, D.D., President of the Union Theological Seminary, New York. (1841)

3               Sermons on Various Subjects. By Joel Parker, D.D. With a Portrait of the Author. (1852)

4               Sermons on Various Subjects. By the Rev. John Watson Adams, D.D., Late Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Syracuse, New York. With a Biographical Sketch of the Author. By the Rev. Joel Parker, D.D. (1851) (Author: Adams, John Watson, 1796-1854; Parker, Joel, 1799-1873)

5               The Discussion between Rev. Joel Parker, and Rev. A. Rood on the Question, "What are the Evils Inseparable from Slavery," which was referred to by Mrs. Stowe, in, "Uncle Tom's Cabin." (1852) (Author: Parker, Joel, 1799-1873. [from old catalog]; Rood, Anson, 1802-1857.)

6               The Presbyterian's Hand-book of the Church. For the use of Members, Deacons, Elders, and Ministers. By Rev. Joel Parker, D.D., and Rev. T. Ralston Smith. (1861)

7               Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. With an Introduction by the Author; a Biographical Sketch; a Bibliography; Five full-page Illustrations by E. W. Kemble; and many cuts in the Text. (1896) (Author: Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896)

 


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1               A Homiletic Analysis of the Gospel by Matthew. (1870)

2               A Word for the Present Crisis. (1900) (Subject: Bible)

3               Ad Clerum: Advices to a Young Preacher. (1873)

4               Ecce Deus: Essays on the Life and Doctrine of Jesus Christ; with Controversial Notes on, "Ecce                  Homo." (1867) (Subject: Jesus Christ; Seeley, John Robert, Sir, 1834-1895)

5               Job's Comforters; or, Scientific Sympathy. (n. d.)

6               Joseph Parker, D.D. His Life and Ministry. By Albert Dawson, sometime his Literary Assistant and          Private Secretary. (microfilm) (1901) (Author: Adamson, William, 1830-1910)

7               Might have Been; Some Life Notes. (1897)

8               None Like it: A Plea for the Old Sword. (1893)

9               Pulpit Notes: With an Introductory Essay on the Preaching of Jesus Christ. (1873)

10            Studies in Texts: For Family, Church, and School. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1898)

11            Studies in Texts: For Family, Church, and School. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1898)

12            Studies in Texts: For Family, Church, and School. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1898)

13            Studies in Texts: For Family, Church, and School. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1898)

14            Studies in Texts: For Family, Church, and School. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1898)

15            The Ark of God; Transient Symbol of an Eternal Truth with various Pulpit matter. (1877)

16            The City Temple. Sermons Preached in the Poultry Chapel, London, 1869-1870. (1870)

17            The Epistle to the Ephesians. (1905)

18            The Epistles to the Colossians and Thessalonians. (1904)

19            The Life of Joseph Parker; Pastor of City Temple, London. (1902) (Author: Adamson, William, 1830-1910) (Author: Dawson, Albert, 1866-1930)

20            The Paraclete: An Essay on the Personality and Ministry of the Holy Ghost, with some reference             to Current Discussions. (1876)

21            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 1 (1886)              (The Book of Genesis.)

22            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 2 (1886)              (The Book of Exodus.)

23            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 3 (1886)              (Leviticus - Numbers 26.)

24            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 4 (1886)              (Numbers 27 - Deuteronomy.)

25            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1886)              (Joshua - Judges 5.)

26            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1886)              (Judges 6 - I Samuel 18.)

27            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 7 (1886)              (I Samuel 18 - I Kings 13.)

28            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 8 (1886)              (I Kings 15 - I Chronicles 9.)

29            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 9 (1886)              (I Chronicles 10 - II Chronicles 20.)

30            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 10 (1886)           (II Chronicles 21 - Esther.)

31            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 11 (1886)           (The Book of Job.)

32            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 12 (1890)           (The Psalter.)

33            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 13 (1891)           (The Proverbs.)

34            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 14 (1891)           (Ecclesiastes - The Song of Solomon - Isaiah 26.)

35            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 15 (1891)           (Isaiah 27 - Jeremiah 19.)

36            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 16 (1886)           (Jeremiah 20 - Daniel.)

37            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 17 (1886)           (Hosea - Malachi.)

38            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 18 (1888)           (These Sayings of Mine, As Revealed in the Gospel of Matthew. Volume 1. "These Sayings of                    Mine.")

39            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 19 (1888)           (The Inner Life of Christ, As Revealed in the Gospel of Matthew. Volume 2. "Servant of All.")

40            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 20 (1887)           (The Inner Life of Christ, As Revealed in the Gospel of Matthew. Volume 3. "Things Concerning               Himself.")

41            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 21 (1893)           (Mark - Luke.)

42            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 22 (1886)           (John.)

43            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 23 (1887)           (Apostolic Life, As Revealed in the Acts of the Apostles. Volume 1.)

44            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 24 (1887)           (Apostolic Life, As Revealed in the Acts of the Apostles. Volume 2.)

45            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 25 (1887)           (Apostolic Life, As Revealed in the Acts of the Apostles. Volume 3.)

46            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 26 (1886)           (Romans - Galatians.)

47            The People's Bible: Discourses upon Holy Scripture. In Twenty-Seven Volumes. Volume 27 (1886)           (Ephesians - Revelation.)

48            The People's Family Prayer Book. (n. d.)

49            Tyne Chylde: My Life and Teaching, partly in the Daylight of Fact, partly in the Limelight of Fancy.            (1886)

 


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1               A Testimony of Antiquity concerning the Sacramental Body and Blood of Christ; Written in the old Saxon Tongue before the Conquest: Being a Homily Appointed, in the Reign of the Saxons, to be spoken at Easter, as a Charge, to the People. Together with the Two Epistles of Aelfric on the same Subject. First published, with a Preface, by Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury; and the Whole regularly attested by his Grace and fourteen other Bishops; with divers other Personages of Honor and Credit. With an Appendix; showing, I. That the Doctrine of our Saxon Ancestors was the same with that of the Primitive Church, concerning the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. II. Comparing such Doctrine with what has been lately advanced, on the same Subject, in a Book entitled, "A Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper." (1736) (Author: Parker, Matthew, 1504-1575; Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761; Warren, Richard; Bowyer, Thomas; Place, Conyers; Phillips, Thomas; Brett, Thomas, 1667-1744
Subject:
Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761)

2               Archbishop Parker by W. M. Kennedy. (1908) (Author: Kennedy, W. P. M. (William Paul McClure), 1879-1963)

3               Correspondence of Matthew Parker, Comprising Letters Written by and to him, from A. D. 1535, to his Death, A. D. 1575. (1853)

4               The Works of John Strype Volume 21 (The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, and Other Papers, for the Asserting or Illustrating the Foregoing History. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1.[Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3].) (1821)

5               The Works of John Strype Volume 22 (The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, and Other Papers, for the Asserting or Illustrating the Foregoing History. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2.[Book 4 together with Observations Upon this Archbishop in Four Sections].) (1821)

6               The Works of John Strype Volume 23 (The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. To which is Added, An Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, and Other Papers, for the Asserting or Illustrating the Foregoing History. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3. [An Appendix to the Life and Acts of Archbishop Parker].) (1821)

 


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1               A Funeral Sermon Delivered at Newbury-Port, Dec. 30, 1770, Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Phebe Parsons, Consort of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation there: Who departed this life on Wednesday the 26th Instant, in the 55th Year of her Age. By John Searl, A.M., Pastor of the Church in Stoneham. (1771) (Author: Searl, John, 1721-1787)

2               Infant Baptism from Heaven: Two Discourses Delivered at Haverhill West-Parish April, 28, 1765. The Second Edition. With an Appendix, obviating some Objections offered against the Truths asserted; and some other Remarks upon the late remarkable Performance of Mr. Hezekiah Smith. By Jonathan Parsons, A.M., Minister of the Presbyterian Church in Newbury-Port. (1767) (Author: Parsons, Jonathan, 1705-1776 Subject: Smith, Hezekiah; Infant baptism)

3               Memoir of the Reverend Jonathan Parsons, First Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in                  Newburyport, Massachusetts. (1841) (Author: Greenleaf, Jonathan, 1785-1865)

4               Sixty Sermons on Various Subjects, by the Late Reverend Jonathan Parsons, A.M., Minister of                   the Presbyterian Congregation in Newburyport. To which is prefixed, a Funeral Sermon, by the        Rev. Mr. Searl. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1779) (Author: Parsons, Jonathan, 1705-1776;       Searle, John, 1721-1787. Character and reward of a good and faithful servant of Jesus Christ : a             funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons)

5               The Doctrine of Believer's Baptism, by Immersion only; Asserted and maintained, against the                  Attempt, of Mr. Jonathan Parsons, A.M., to invalidate it, in Two Sermons preached at Haverhill       West-Parish, Lord's Day April the 28th, 1765: and since published. By Hezekiah Smith, A.M.,    of Nassau-Hall in New Jersey, Minister of the Baptist-Church in Haverhill. (1766) (Author: Smith,            Hezekiah Subject: Parsons, Jonathan, 1705-1776; Baptists; Baptism)

 



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1               A Concise System of Theology, On the Basis of the Shorter Catechism. By Alexander Smith          Paterson, A.M. With an Introductory Paper by Duncan Macfarlan, D.D., Renfrew. (1859)              (Author: Paterson, Alexander Smith, 1803?-1828; Macfarlan, Duncan, 1771-1857)

 


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1               German Culture; The Contribution of the Germans to Knowledge, Literature, Art, and Life.  Edited by Professor  W. P. Paterson of Edinburgh University. (1915) (I. Germany and Prussia, by Richard Lodge.--II. German philosophy, by A.D. Lindsay.--III. What science owes to German investigators, by J. Arthur Thomson.--IV. German literature, by John Lees.--v. German art, by G. Baldwin Brown.--VI. German music, by D.F. Tovey.--VII. The strength and weakness of German education, by Michael E. Sadler.--VIII. Political and economic aspects of German nationalism, by D.H. MacGregor.--IX. German religion and theology, by W.P. Paterson.)

2               In the Day of the Ordeal; Sermons by W. P. Paterson, D.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh, Chaplain-In-Ordinary to the King of Scotland. Second Edition. (1917)

3               The Power of Prayer; Being a Selection of Walker Trust Essays, with a Study of the Essays as a Religious and Theological Document. Edited by the Right Rev. W. P. Paterson, D.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh, and David Russell of the Walker Trust. (1920) (Author: Paterson, W. P. (William Paterson), 1860-1939, ed; Russell, David, joint ed)

4               The Rule of Faith; Being the Baird Lecture for 1905. Second Edition. (1912)

 


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1               A History of the Country of Pictou, Nova Scotia. (microfilm) (1877)

2               How to Promote Temperance. A Paper by George Patterson, M.A., Barrister, Hamilton.                (microfilm) (1881)

3               It Is Well: Two Sermons Preached in Salem Church, Green Hill, on Sabbath, August 6, 1854, by                  the Rev. George Patterson, on the Occasion of the Death of his only Child. (microfilm) (1854)

4               Last Years of Charles de Biencourt. (microfilm) (1896) (Subject: Biencourt de Poutrincourt,    Charles de, ca. 1593-1624?)

5               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 Settlers. By his Grandson, the Rev. George Patterson, Pastor of the Presbyterian Congregation, at Greenhill, Pictou, Nova Scotia. (1859)

6               Memoirs of the Rev. S. F. Johnston, the Rev. J. W. Matheson, and Mary Johnston Matheson. Missionaries on Tanna. With Selections from their Diaries and Correspondence, and Notices of the New Hebrides, their Inhabitants, and Missionary Work among them. By the Rev. George Patterson, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Green Hill, Pictou, Nova Scotia. (1864) (Subject: Johnston, Samuel Fulton, 1830-1861; Matheson, John William, 1832-1862; Matheson, Mary Geddie Johnston, 1837-1862)

7               Missionary Life among the Cannibals: Being the Life of the Rev. John Geddie, D.D., First Missionary to the New Hebrides; with a History of the Nova Scotia Presbyterian Mission on that Group. (1882) (Subject: Geddie, John, 1815-1872)

8               Notes on the Dialect of the People of Newfoundland. (microfilm) (1890)

9               Sable Island: Its History and Phenomena. (microfilm) (1894)

10            Sketch of the Life and Labors of the Rev. John Campbell, of St. Mary's, Nova Scotia. (microfilm) (1889) (Subject: Campbell, John, 1809-1872)

11            State of Feeling in Quebec and Nova Scotia during the American Revolution. (microfilm) (1890)

12            The Doctrine of the Trinity underlying the Revelation of Redemption. (1870)

13            The Heathen World; Its need for the Gospel, and the Church's Obligation to Supply It. (1884)

14            The Late Rev. John Keir, D.D. (microfilm) (1855) (Subject: Keir, John, 1780-1855)

15            The Present Truth: A Sermon Preached at the opening of the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Nova Scotia, June 16, 1858. (microfilm) (1858)

16            The Stone Age in Nova Scotia, as Illustrated by a Collection of Relics presented to Dalhousie College. (microfilm) (1889)

 


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1               A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. James Patterson. Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Northern Liberties, November 28th; and in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, December 3rd, 1837, by Albert Barnes. (1838)

2               Memoir of Rev. James Patterson, Late Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, N. L., Philadelphia. By Robert Adair, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Southwark. With an Introduction and Chapter on Field Preaching, by Rev. Daniel Lynn Carroll, D. D. (1840) (Author: Adair, Robert, 1802-1890; Carroll, D. L. (Daniel Lynn), 1797-1851)

 



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1               The Mistakes of Moses;  And other Sermons, by Rev. William Patterson, Pastor of Cooke's          Presbyterian Church, Toronto. (1899)

 


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1               A Discourse in Memory of Archibald Alexander Hodge, D.D., LL.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. (1887) (Subject: Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886)

2               A Report of the Exercises at the Opening of Alexander Commencement Hall, presented to Princeton College by Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. Baccalaureate Sermon Preached before the Class of 1894 of Princeton College, on Sunday, June 10, 1894, by the Rev. Francis Landey Patton, D.D., LL.D., President of the College. (1894)

3               A Summary of Christian Doctrine. (1901)

4               Abraham Lincoln's Contemporaries. (18??)

5               Addresses at the Induction of Rev. Francis L. Patton into "The Cyrus H. McCormick Professorship of Didactic and Polemic Theology," in The Presbyterian Theological Seminary of the North-West, on October 3, 1873. (1873) (Author: Samuel McDowell Moore, Robert Wilson Patterson, Francis Landey Patton)

6               An Address to the Students of Princeton University in Marquand Chapel, Sunday, Jan. 30, 1898, by President Patton. (1898)

7               Baccalaureate Sermon Preached before the Class of 1894 of Princeton College, on Sunday, June 10, 1894, by the Rev. Francis Landey Patton, D.D., LL.D., President of the College. (1894)

8               Caspar Wistar Hodge: A Memorial Address. (1891)

9               Joy in Service. Forgetting and Pressing Onward. Until the Day Dawn. Rev. George T. Purves, D.D., LL.D. The Teacher and Pastor. President F. L. Patton, D.D., LL.D. (1901) (Author: Purves, George T. (George Tybout), 1852-1901; Patton, Francis Landey, 1843-1932.)

10            Notes from Lectures on Theistic Conception of the Universe. (1883)

11            Ordination and Installation Services of Rev. Richard D. Harlan, as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, New York City, Thursday Evening, April 1, 1886. (1886)

12            Presbyterian Principles. A Discourse Delivered in the Jefferson Park Church, Chicago, on Sunday, Feb. 1, 1875. (1875)

13            Speech of Prof. Francis L. Patton, D.D., LL.D., President-Elect of Princeton College at the Annual Dinner of the Princeton Club of New York. March 15, 1888 (1888)

14            Syllabus of Lectures on the Anti-Theistic Theories. (1900)

15            Syllabus of Professor Patton's Lectures on Ethics. (1864)

16            Syllabus of Professor Patton's Lectures on Theism. (1898)

17            The Duty of Self-Control; An Address to the Students of Princeton University, in Marquand Chapel, Sunday afternoon, Jan. 30, 1898. (1898)

18            The Inauguration of the Rev. Francis Landey Patton, D. D., LL. D., as President of Princeton College. Princeton, New Jersey, June 20th, 1888. (1888) (Author: Princeton University; Murray, James O. (James Ormsbee), 1827-1899; Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933; Patton, Francis Landey, 1843-1932)

19            The Inspiration of the Scriptures. (1869)

20            The Letter and the Spirit. A Baccalaureate Sermon Preached in Marquand Chapel, Princeton, New Jersey, on June 8, 1890. (1890)

21            The Metaphysics of Oughtness. (1887)

22            The World's Edition of the Great Presbyterian Conflict; Patton vs. Swing. Both Sides of the Question. With Portraits of Professors Patton and Swing, and containing a full outline of the circumstances which preceded the trial, many of which are not known to the public. Pulpit Sketches of Professors Swing and Patton, by the Rev. Chas. L. Thompson, of this city. Also, the fourteen famous sermons preached by Professor Swing, "for utterances in which" the prosecution has based its charges of heterodoxy. The Celebrated "Charges and Specifications;" Professor Swing's Declaration; Professor Patton's famous argument; the answer to the same by Professor Swing and his counsel; the closing argument by Professor Patton, and the verdict of the Presbytery. (1874) (Author: Swing, David, 1830-1894; Patton, Francis Landey, 1843-1932; Thompson, Charles Lemuel, 1839-1924)

 


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1               Discourses Commemorative of the Life and Work of Charles Hodge, D.D., LL.D. (1879) (Author:           Princeton Theological Seminary; Paxton, William M. (William Miller), 1824-1904; Aiken, Charles            Augustus, 1827-1892; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880 Subject: Hodge,    Charles, 1797-1878)

2               Homiletics: Classification of Divisions. (1904)

3               In Memoriam, William Miller Paxton, D.D., LL.D. 1824-1904. Funeral and Memorial Discourses with Appendixes and Notes. (1905) (Author: De Witt, John, 1842-1923)

4               The Nation's Gratitude and Hope. A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, 1862. (1862)

5               Two Discourses upon the Life and Character of the Rev. Francis Heron, D. D. By the Rev. William M. Paxton, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh. (1861) (Author: Paxton, William M. (William Miller), 1824-1904; First Presbyterian Church (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Sartrain, John, 1808-1897 Subject: Herron, Francis, 1774-1860)

 


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1               God's Praises Sung; His Works Forgotten. A Sermon Preached on the Public Thanksgiving, November 30, 1820. In the Meeting-House of the Second Parish at Portland. (1820)

2               Jesus Christ, the Anchor of the Soul. (1858)

3               Mementos of Edward Payson, D.D. Embracing a Sketch of his Life and Character, and Selections from his Works. By Rev. Edwin L. Janes, with an Introduction by W. B. Sprague, D.D., LL.D. (1873)

4               Memoir and Select Thoughts of the Late Rev. Edward Payson, D.D. (1851) (Author: Cummings, Asa, 1790-1856)

5               Memoir, Select Thoughts, and Sermons of Edward Payson, Pastor of the Second Church in          Portland. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1846) (Cummings, Asa, 1790-1856)

6               Memoir, Select Thoughts, and Sermons of Edward Payson, Pastor of the Second Church in          Portland. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1846) (Cummings, Asa, 1790-1856)

7               Memoir, Select Thoughts, and Sermons of Edward Payson, Pastor of the Second Church in          Portland. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1846) (Cummings, Asa, 1790-1856)

8               Our Pastor; or, Reminiscences of Rev. Edward Payson, D.D., Pastor of the Second Congregational           Church in Portland, Maine. By Isaac Weston, One of his Flock. (1855) (Author: Weston, Isaac,          1787-1870)

9               The Pastor's Daughter; or, Conversations between the Late Dr. Edward Payson and his Child on the way of Salvation by Jesus Christ. With an Introductory Notice, by Jacob Abbott. (1835)

 


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1               A Letter, Written by the Late Rev Mr. Pearsall, of Taunton in the County of Somerset, Addressed to the Church of Christ, under his Pastoral Care: Containing his Dying Advice to the said Church, which, agreeable to his Intention, was read to them soon after his Decease, and is now made public for more general Benefit. (1763)

2               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) (v.4 Hopkins; Jacomb; Bunyan; Baxter; Flavel; Conant; Fleming; Henry, P.; Baily; Bates; Burkitt; Spener; Howe; Beveridge; Doolittle; Witsius; Tallents; Trosse; Halyburton; Henry, M.; Shower; Allix; Taylor; Clarke; Mather; Harvey, S.; Evans; Saurin; Ulrick; Boston; Fabricius; Hubbard; Moth; Brainerd; Watts; Harrison; Erskine, E.; Erskine, R.; Doddridge; Edwards; Hervey, J.; Jones, Gr.; Davies; Walker; Guyse; Jones, T.; Pearsall; Grimshaw; Bostwick; Whitefield; Gill; Hitchin; Toplady; Conder; Maddock; Conclusion.)

3               Sacred Dialogues between a Father and His Children. (1765)

 



Pearson, Anthony Jefferson (Nazarene) (1810-1834)

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1               The Southern Christian; Exemplified in the Memoirs of Anthony Jefferson Pearson, who Died Aug. 31, 1834 in Spartanburgh, South Carolina, by John Boggs, A.M. (1835)

 


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1               Address to the Churches, upon the Present Crisis. (1862)

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

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

4               Miscellanies of Rev. Thomas E. Peck, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology in the Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. Complete in Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1897) (Containing the Notes on the Acts of the Apostles, and brief Sermons...with Biographical Sketch of Dr. Peck by Rev. C. R. Vaughan, D.D.) (Author: Peck, Thomas E. (Thomas Ephraim), 1822-1893; Johnson, Thomas Cary, 1859-1936; Vaughan, C. R. (Clement Read), 1827-1911)

5               Notes on Ecclesiology. (1892)

 


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1               Sermons on Several Subjects. Preached at the Presbyterian Church in the City of New York. (1738)

 


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1               A Memorial of the Goodness of God in two Discourses: Delivered at the Opening of the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, Jan. 11, 1846, by the Pastor. (1846)

2               A Missionary Address by the Rev. William W. Phillips, D.D., Minister of the First Presbyterian Church, New York. Delivered in Newburgh, October 16, 1860, before the Synod of New York, by its Appointment. (1860)

3               Address Delivered at the Laying of the Corner-Stone of the New Chapel for the use of the Inmates of the Sailors' Snug Harbor, on Staten Island. (1855)

4               Address Delivered in the First Presbyter4ian Church, New-York, at the Funeral of Robert Lenox, Esquire, on the 16th of December, 1839, by Rev. William W. Phillips, Pastor of the Church. (1840) (Subject: Lenox, Robert, 1759-1839)

5               An Address to the Ministers, Elders, and Members, of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States. (1836)

6               Discourses at the Inauguration of the Rev. James W. Alexander, D.D., as Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the Theological Seminary at Princeton. Delivered at Princeton, November 20, 1849, before the Directors of the Seminary. I. The Sermon; by the Reverend William S. Plumer, D.D., of Baltimore. II. The Charge; by the Rev. William W. Phillips, D.D., of New-York. III. The Inaugural Discourse. (1850) (Author: Princeton Theological Seminary; Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880. Efficiency of the church; Phillips, William Wirt, 1796-1865. Authority, duties, and value of the Christian ministry; Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859. Value of church history to the theologian of our day)

7               Memorial of Rev. William W. Phillips, D. D. (1865)

8               The Conspiracy Acknowledged and Defended; in a Letter to the Rev. William W. Phillips, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Wall-Street, New York. by Margaret Agnew. (1832)

 


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1               Genesis of the New England Churches. (1874) (Author: Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881
Subject:
Puritans -- New England; Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony); New England -- Church history; Massachusetts -- History Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Massachusetts -- History New Plymouth, 1620-1691)

2               Little Pilgrims at Plymouth. (1890) (Author: Humphrey, Frances A)

3               Magnalia Christi Americana - The Great Works of Christ in America. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1853)

4               Magnalia Christi Americana - The Great Works of Christ in America. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1853)

5               Miles Standish the Puritan Captain. (1872) (Author: Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877)

6               Plymouth and the Pilgrims: or, Incidents of Adventure in the History of the First Settlers. (1851) (Author: Banvard, Joseph, 1810-1887. [from old catalog])

7               Poems of the Pilgrims. (1882) (Author: Spooner, Zilpha Harlow)

8               Songs of the Pilgrims. (1887) (Author: Bisbee, Marvin Davis, 1845-1913, [from old catalog] comp)

9               Stories of the Pilgrims. (1912) (Author: Pumphrey, Margaret B. (Margaret Blanche), b. 1872)

10            Talvi’s History of the Colonization of America. Edited by William Hazlitt, Esq. Barrister-At-Law. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1851) (Author: [Robinson, Therese Albertine Louise, 1797-1870]; Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-1913)

11            Talvi’s History of the Colonization of America. Edited by William Hazlitt, Esq. Barrister-At-Law. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1851) (Author: [Robinson, Therese Albertine Louise, 1797-1870]; Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-1913)

12            The England and Holland of the Pilgrims. By the Late Henry Martyn Dexter, D.D., LL.D., and his Son, Morton Dexter. (1905)

13            The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. (1849) (Author: Winslow, Edward, 1595-1655. [from old catalog]; Bradford, William, 1590-1657; Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890, [from old catalog] ed)

14            The Mayflower Pilgrims. (1918) (Author: Carpenter, Edmund J. (Edmund Janes), 1845-1924)

15            The Pilgrim Fathers of New England: A History. (1867) (Author: Martyn, Carlos, 1841-1917)

16            The Pilgrims. (1907) (Author: Noble, Frederic A. (Frederic Alphonso), 1832-1917)

17            The Pilgrims and the Anglican Church. (1887) (Author: Deverell, William Francis)

18            The Pilgrims’ First Year in New England. (1857) (Author: Gale, Nahum)

19            The Pilgrims of Iowa. (1911) (Author: Douglass, Truman O. (Truman Orville), 1842-1925
Subject:
Congregational churches -- Iowa)

20            The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1828. Volume 1 (1828) (Subject: Congregational churches)

21            The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1829. Volume 2 (1829) (Subject: Congregational churches)

22            The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1830. Volume 3 (1830) (Subject: Congregational churches)

23            The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1831. Volume 4 (1831) (Subject: Congregational churches)

24            The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1832. Volume 5 (1832) (Subject: Congregational churches)

25            The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1833. Volume 6 (1833) (Subject: Congregational churches)

 


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1               The Works of James Pilkington, B.D., Lord Bishop of Durham. Edited for the Parker Society, by                    the Rev. James Scholefield, A.M., Regis Professor of Greek, Cambridge. (1842) (Author:       Pilkington, James, Bishop of Durham, 1520?-1576; Scholefield, James, 1789-1853) (I.              Biographical Notice of Pilkington. II. Exposition upon the Prophet Haggai. III. Exposition upon the         Prophet Obadiah. IV. Exposition upon certain chapters of Nehemiah. V. The Burning of St. Paul's          Church: Confutation of an Addition. VI. Answers to Popish Questions. VII. Sermon on Bucer and                Phagius. VIII. Letter to the Earl of Leicester. IX. Extracts from the Statutes of Rivington School. X.      Tractatus de Praedestinatione. XI. Epistola ad Andream Kingsmill. XIII. Notes. XIV. Index.)

 


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1               A Study on Dispensationalism. (1941)

2               The Antichrist. (1923)

3               Divine Healing: Is it Scriptural?

4               The Divine Inspiration of the Bible. (1917)

5               Eternal Punishment.

6               Gleanings in Genesis. (1922)

7               The Law and the Saint.

8               The Doctrine of Justification.

9               The Godhood of God.

10            The Kingdom of Heaven its Significance and Scope. (1906)

11            The Life of Faith.

12            The Redeemer's Return.

13            The Sovereignty of God.

14            The Total Depravity of Man.

15            Tithing.

16            Why Four Gospels?

 


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1               A Word to the Weary. (1874)

2               Addresses Delivered at the Inauguration of Rev. Wm. S. Plumer, D.D., as Professor of Didactic and Pastoral Theology in the Western Theological Seminary: Comprising the Charge to the Professor, by Rev. E. P. Swift, D.D., and the Inaugural Address, by Rev. W. S. Plumer, D.D. (1854)

3               Commentary on Paul's Epistle to the Romans, with an Introduction to the Life, Times, Writings, and Character of Paul. (1870)

4               Discourses at the Inauguration of the Rev. James W. Alexander, D.D., as Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the Theological Seminary at Princeton. Delivered at Princeton, November 20, 1849, before the Directors of the Seminary. I. The Sermon; by the Reverend William S. Plumer, D.D., of Baltimore. II. The Charge; by the Rev. William W. Phillips, D.D., of New-York. III. The Inaugural Discourse. (1850) (Author: Princeton Theological Seminary; Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880. Efficiency of the church; Phillips, William Wirt, 1796-1865. Authority, duties, and value of the Christian ministry; Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859. Value of church history to the theologian of our day)

5               Earnest Hours. (1869)

6               Hints and Helps in Pastoral Theology. (1874)

7               How to Bring up Children. (1822)

8               Jehovah-Jireh: A Treatise on Providence. (1867)

9               Manual for Members of the Presbyterian Church in Petersburg, Virginia. Prepared by the present Pastor, and Published by order of the Session. (1833)

10            Martyrs and Sufferers for the Truth. (1869)

11            Plain Thoughts about Great and Good things for Little Boys and Girls. (1849)

12            Rome against the Bible, and the Bible against Rome; or, Pharisaism, Jewish and Papal. (1854)

13            Scripture Doctrine of a Call to the Work of the Gospel Ministry. (1832)

14            Short Sermons to Little Children. (1848)

15            Studies in the Book of Psalms: Being a Critical and Expository Commentary, with Doctrinal and Practical Remarks on the Entire Psalter. (1867)

16            The Bible True, and Infidelity Wicked. (1840)

17            The Christian. (1878)

18            The Grace of Christ; or, Sinners Saved by Unmerited Kindness. (1853)

19            The Law of God as Contained in the Ten Commandments, Explained and Enforced. (1864)

20            The Incomprehensibility of God's Nature and Ways. (1822)

21            The Offices of Christ. Abridged from the Original Work of the Rev. George Stevenson, by William Swan Plumer, D.D. (1840) (Author: Stevenson, George, 1812-1859; Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880)

22            The Promises of God; Their Nature, Properties, Variety, and Value. (1872)

23            The Rock of Our Salvation: A Treatise Respecting the Natures, Person, Offices, Work, Sufferings, and Glory of Jesus Christ. (1867)

24            The Saint and the Sinner. (1849)

25            The Substance of an Argument against the Indiscriminate Incorporation of Churches and Religious Societies. Delivered before the Committee of Courts of Justice of the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the evening of the 8th of January, and on subsequent evenings, in A.D. 1846, in reply to James Lyons and William H. MacFarland, Esquires. (1847)

26            Thoughts on Religious Education and Early Piety. (1836)

27            Thoughts on the Religious Instruction of the Negroes of this Country. (1848)

28            Truths for the People: or Several Points in Theology, Plainly Stated, for Beginners. (1875)

29            Vital Godliness: A Treatise on Experimental and Practical Piety. (1864)

30            Words of Truth and Love. (1867) (Subject: Children's sermons)

 


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1               Encyclopedia Metropolitana: or, System of Universal Knowledge: On a Methodological Plan Projected by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Second Edition Revised. Third Division. History and Biography. History of the Roman Republic. (1852) (Author: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Mountain, Jacob Henry Brooke, 1788-1872, joint author; Arnold, Thomas, 1795-1842, joint author; Renouard, George Cecil, 1780-1867, joint author; Russell, Michael, 1781-1848, joint author; Talfourd, Thomas Noon, Sir, 1795-1845, joint author)

2               India in Greece; or, Truth in Mythology: Containing the Sources of the Hellenic Race, the Colonization of Egypt and Palestine, the Wars of the Grand Lama, and the Buddhistic Propaganda in Greece. By Edward Pococke, Esq. Illustrated by Maps of the Punjab, Cashmir, and Northern Greece. (1852)

3               The Lives of Dr. Edward Pococke, The Celebrated Orientalist, by Dr. Leonard Twells; of Dr. Zachary Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by Themselves; and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by Samuel Burdy. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1816) (Author: Twells, Leonard, d. 1742 Subject: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782)

4               The Lives of Dr. Edward Pococke, The Celebrated Orientalist, by Dr. Leonard Twells; of Dr. Zachary Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by Themselves; and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by Samuel Burdy. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1816) (Author: Twells, Leonard, d. 1742 Subject: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787; Pearce, Zachary, 1690-1774; Newton, Thomas, 1704-1782)

5               Theological Works of the Learned Doctor Edward Pococke, Sometime Professor of the Hebrew and Arabic Tongues, in the University of Oxford, and Canon of Christ-Church: Containing his Porta Mosis, and English Commentaries on Hosea, Joel, Micah, and Malachi. To which is Prefixed, an Account of his Life and Writings, Never Before Printed; with the Addition of a New General Index to the Commentaries. In Two Volumes. By Leonard Twells, M.A., Rector of the United Parishes of St. Matthew’s, Friday-Street, and St. Peter’s, Cheap, and Prebendary of St. Paul’s, London. Volume 1 (1740) (Author: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Twells, Leonard, d. 1742; Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204)

6               Theological Works of the Learned Doctor Edward Pococke, Sometime Professor of the Hebrew and Arabic Tongues, in the University of Oxford, and Canon of Christ-Church: Containing his Porta Mosis, and English Commentaries on Hosea, Joel, Micah, and Malachi. To which is Prefixed, an Account of his Life and Writings, Never Before Printed; with the Addition of a New General Index to the Commentaries. In Two Volumes. By Leonard Twells, M.A., Rector of the United Parishes of St. Matthew’s, Friday-Street, and St. Peter’s, Cheap, and Prebendary of St. Paul’s, London. Volume 2 (1740) (Author: Pococke, Edward, 1604-1691; Twells, Leonard, d. 1742; Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204)



Pollok, Robert (Presbyterian) (1798-1827)

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1               Pollok and Aytoun; by Rosaline Masson: Famous Scots Series. (1898) (Author: Masson, Rosaline         Orme Subject: Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827; Aytoun, William Edmondstoune, 1813-1865)

2               Tales of the Covenanters. With A Biographical Sketch of the Author by the Rev. Andrew                Thomson, D.D., and Illustrations by H. M. Brock. (1895)

3               The Course of Time, A Poem, in Ten Books. By Robert Pollok, A.M. To which are prefixed, a brief Memoir of the Author, an Analysis of the Poem, and an Index to the Principal Passages, Sentiments, or Descriptions. By Rev. William Jenks, D.D. Third American, from the Third Edinburgh Edition. (1828) (Author: Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827; Jenks, William, 1778-1866)

4               The Course of Time; A Poem, in Ten Books: By Robert Pollok, A.M. With a Memoir of the Author; An Analysis of each Book; Divisions of the Subjects Embraced in the Poem; and a Comprehensive Index. The Whole Prepared Expressly for this Edition, by W. C. Armstrong. (1853)

5               The Course of Time. By Robert Pollok, A.M., with Critical Observations of Various Authors on the Genius and Writings of the Poet, Biographical Sketches, and Notes, Critical and Illustrative, by James R. Boyd, Editor of Milton, Thomson, Cowper, and Young, with Notes, Etc. (1854) (Author: Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827; Boyd, James R. (James Robert), 1804-1890)

6               The Course of Time. A Poem. By Robert Pollock, A.M., with an Enlarged Index, a Memoir of the Author, an Introductory Notice, and an Analysis Prefixed to Each Book. (1864)

7               The Life, Letters, and Remains of the Rev. Robert Pollok, A.M. By James Scott, D.D., Pastor of the First Reformed Dutch Church, Newark, New Jersey. (1848) (Author: Scott, James, d. 1858)

8               The Life of Robert Pollok; Author of "The Course of Time." By his Brother, David Pollok, A.M., with selections from his Manuscripts. (1843) (Subject: Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827)

9               The Persecuted Family; A Narrative of the Sufferings of the Presbyterians in the Reign of Charles II. First American from the Second Edinburgh Edition. With a Biographical Memoir of the Author. (1829)

10            The Poetical Works of George Crabbe, Reginald Heber, and Robert Pollok, Complete in One Volume (1850) (Author: Crabbe, George, 1754-1832; Heber, Reginald, 1783-1826; Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827)

11            The Poetical Works of Hemans, Heber, and Pollok. Complete in One Volume. (1834) (Author: Hemans, Felicia Dorothea Browne, 1793-1835; Heber, Reginald, 1783-1826; Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827)

12            Thomson and Pollok: Containing the Seasons, by James Thomson, and the Course of Time, by Robert Pollok, A.M. A New Edition. (1862) (Author: Thomson, James, 1700-1748 Pollok, Robert, 1798-1827)

 


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1               Gospel Pioneering: Reminiscences of Early Congregationalism in California, 1833-1920. By      William C. Pond, D.D. With Introduction by Professor John Wright Buckham, D.D., of the Pacific       School of Religion, Berkeley, California. (1921)

 


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1               The Government of the Kingdom of Christ. An Inquiry as to the Scriptural, Invincible, Historical Position of Presbytery. A Prize Essay by the Rev. James Moir Porteous, Wanlockhead and Leadhills. With a Preface by the Rev. Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1872)

2               The Scottish Patmos. A Standing Testimony to Patriotic Christian Devotion. (1881)

 


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1               A Dissertation on Christian Baptism, and the Subjects therewith immediately connected,        comprised in a series of Sections. By David Porter, Pastor of a Church of Christ, in Catskill. (1809)

 


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1               Aunt Jane's Hero. (1871)

2               Avis Benson; or, Mine and Thine. With other Sketches. (1880)

3               Fred, and Maria, and Me. (1886)

4               Gentleman Jim. (1878)

5               Golden Hours: Hymns and Songs of the Christian Life. (1874)

6               Griselda: A Dramatic Poem in Five Acts. Translated from the German of Friedrich Halm, Baron Munch-Bellinghausen, by Mrs. Elizabeth Prentiss. (1876) (Author: Halm, Friedrich, 1806-1871; Prentiss, E. (Elizabeth), 1818-1878)

7               How Sorrow was changed into Sympathy. Words of Cheer for Mothers Bereft of Little Children. Out of the Life of Mrs. Elizabeth Prentiss. (1884)

8               Little Lou's Sayings and Doings. (1868)

9               Little Polly Prentiss, by Elizabeth Lincoln Gould. (1902) (Author: Gould, Elizabeth Lincoln, d. 1914)

10            Little Susy's Little Servants. (1883)

11            Little Susy's Six Birthdays. (1857) (Author: Elizabeth Prentiss , Anson Davies Fitz Randolph, John A. Gray , Howlands (Firm))

12            Little Susy's Six Teachers. (1864)

13            Little Threads; or, Tangle Thread, Silver Thread, and Golden Thread, by the Author of 'Little Susy' (1864)

14            Nidworth and his Three Magic Wands. (1870)

15            Our Famous Women. (Louisa May Alcott, Susan B. Anthony, Catherine E. Beecher, Clara Barton, Mary Louise Booth, The Doctors Blackwell, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Rose Terry Cooke, Charlotte Cushman, Lydia Maria Child, Mary Clemmer, Mary Mapes Dodge, Margaret Fuller, Abby Hopper Gibbons, Julia Ward Howe, Clara Louise Kellogg, Mary A. Livermore, Lucy Larcom, Maria Mitchell, Lucretia Mott, Louise Chandler Moulton, Harriet Prescott Spofford, Elizabeth Prentiss, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Mary Virginia Terhune, Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, Anne Whitney, Frances E. Willard.)

16            Pemaquid: A Story of Old Times in New England. (1877)

17            Religious Poems. (1873)

18            Six Little Princesses and what they turned into and Other Fairy Tales. (1907)

19            Stepping Heavenward. (1880)

20            The Flower of the Family; A Book for Girls. (1883)

21            The Home at Greylock. (1876)

22            The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss, by George Lewis Prentiss and Elizabeth Payson Prentiss. (1882) (Author: Prentiss, George Lewis, 1816-1903; Prentiss, Elizabeth Payson, 1818-1878)

23            The Little Preacher. (1874)

24            The Story Lizzie Told. (1877)

25            Urbane and his Friends. (1874)

 


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1               A Discourse in Memory of Thomas Harvey Skinner, D.D., LL.D. (1871) (Subject: Skinner, Thomas         H. (Thomas Harvey), 1791-1871)

2               A Memoir of Seargent Smith Prentiss. Edited by his Brother George L. Prentiss. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1886) (Subject: Prentiss, S. S. (Seargent Smith), 1808-1850; United States. Congress. House; Legislators -- United States)

3               A Memoir of Seargent Smith Prentiss. Edited by his Brother George L. Prentiss. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1886) (Subject: Prentiss, S. S. (Seargent Smith), 1808-1850; United States. Congress. House; Legislators -- United States)

4               A Memorial of Lieutenant Frank Butler Crosby, of the Fourth Regiment U. S. Artillery, Who was Killed at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 3, 1863. (1864) (Author: Booth, Robert Russell], 1830-1905, [from old catalog] ed; Prentiss, George Lewis, 1816-1903. [from old catalog] Subject: Crosby, Franklin Butler, 1841-1863.)

5               Faith and Philosophy: Discourses and Essays by Henry Boynton Smith, D.D., LL.D. Edited with an Introductory Notice by George L. Prentiss, D.D., Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, in the City of New York. (1877) (Author: Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877; Prentiss, George Lewis, 1816-1903, ed) (The relations of faith and philosophy.--Nature and worth of the science of church history.--The Reformed churches of Europe and America in relation to general church history.--The idea of Christian theology as a system.--The new latitudinarians of England.--The theological system of Emmons.--Christian union and ecclesiastical reunion.--Sir William Hamilton's theory of knowledge.--Draper's intellectual development of Europe.--Whedon on the will.--Renan's Life of Jesus.--The new faith of Strauss.)

6               Lessons of Encouragement from the Times of Washington. A Sermon Preached on Sunday Morning, February 22, 1863. (1863)

7               Our National Bane; or, The Dry Rot in American Politics. A Tract for the Times Touching Civil Service Reform. (1877)

8               Present Day Theology: A Popular Discussion of Leading Doctrines of the Christian Faith. By Lewis French Stearns, Late Professor of Christian Theology in Bangor Theological Seminary. With a Biographical Sketch by George L. Prentiss, Professor in Union Theological Seminary. Second Edition. (1893)

9               Sermon and Charges Delivered at the Installation of the Rev. George L. Prentiss, as Associate Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey. November 6th, 1850. (1851) (Author: Stearns, Jonathan F. (Jonathan French), 1808-1889)

10            Some of the Providential Lessons of 1861. How to Meet the Events of 1862. Two Discourses, Preached December 29th, 1861, and January 5th, 1862. (1862)

11            The Agreement between Union Seminary and the General Assembly. A Chapter Supplementary to, "Fifty Years of the Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York." (1892)

12            The Free Christian State and the Present Struggle. An Address delivered before the Association of the Alumni of Bowdoin College. August 8, 1861. (1861)

13            The Political Crisis. Reprinted from the "American Presbyterian and Theological Review," for October, 1866. (1866)

14            The Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York: Historical and Biographical Sketches of its First Fifty Years. (1889)

 


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1               A Catechism on the Government and Discipline of the Presbyterian Church. (1849)

2               A Course of Lectures on the Jews: By Ministers of the Established Church, in Glasgow. (1840)

3               A Defense of some Important Doctrines of the Gospel, In Twenty-Six Sermons. Most of which were Preached in Lime-Street. By Several Ministers. In Two Volumes. Volume 1. (1732) (The Holy Spirit's standard lifted up and displayed against error. Mr. Bragge.- Of the insufficiency of natural religion. Mr. Taylor.- The doctrine of particular election stated and defended. Mr. Sladen.- The doctrine of original sin, stated and defended. Mr. Goodwin.- The Scripture doctrine of particular redemption, stated and vindicated. Mr. Hurrion.- The doctrine of Christ's sufferings opened. Mr. Bradbury.- A plain scriptural account of a sinner's justification before God. Mr. Bragge.- The doctrine of efficacious grace, asserted and vindicated. Mr. Wilson.- The doctrine of perseverance in grace, stated and defended. Mr. Hall.- The doctrine of the resurrection, stated and defended. Dr. Gill.- A vindication of the evangelical doctrine of man's salvation by the free grace of God from the charge of promoting licentiousness. Mr. Taylor.- A humble and impartial inquiry into the causes of the decay of practical religion, or Into the true grounds of declensions, as to the life and power of godliness, visible in such as profess it in the present day. Mr. Taylor.)

4               A Defense of some Important Doctrines of the Gospel, In Twenty-Six Sermons. Most of which were Preached in Lime-Street. By Several Ministers. In Two Volumes. Volume 2. (1732) (The Holy Spirit's standard lifted up and displayed against error. Mr. Bragge.- Of the insufficiency of natural religion. Mr. Taylor.- The doctrine of particular election stated and defended. Mr. Sladen.- The doctrine of original sin, stated and defended. Mr. Goodwin.- The Scripture doctrine of particular redemption, stated and vindicated. Mr. Hurrion.- The doctrine of Christ's sufferings opened. Mr. Bradbury.- A plain scriptural account of a sinner's justification before God. Mr. Bragge.- The doctrine of efficacious grace, asserted and vindicated. Mr. Wilson.- The doctrine of perseverance in grace, stated and defended. Mr. Hall.- The doctrine of the resurrection, stated and defended. Dr. Gill.- A vindication of the evangelical doctrine of man's salvation by the free grace of God from the charge of promoting licentiousness. Mr. Taylor.- A humble and impartial inquiry into the causes of the decay of practical religion, or Into the true grounds of declensions, as to the life and power of godliness, visible in such as profess it in the present day. Mr. Taylor.)

5               A History of Presbyterianism in New England. Its Introduction, Growth, Decay, Revival, and Present Mission. By Alexander Blaikie, D.D., For Thirty-Three Years Pastor of the (U.) First Presbyterian Church, Boston. Two Volumes in One. (1881) (Author: Blaikie, Alexander, 1804-1885)

6               A History of the Presbyterian Churches in the United States. By Robert Ellis Thompson, D.D.     (1895) (Author: Thompson, Robert Ellis, 1844-1924)

7               A Pastoral Letter, Written in Perilous times, and Suitable to the Present Times. (1861) (Author:         Synod of New York and Philadelphia (1758-1788); Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794)

8               Addresses delivered at the Celebration of the Centennial of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in the Academy of Music and Horticultural Hall, Philadelphia, on May 24, 1888. (1888)

9               Christ on His Throne. or, Christ's Church-Government briefly laid down; and how it ought to be set up in all Christian Congregations. Resolved in Sundry Cases of Conscience. (1640) (The whole listing on this web page is for another work.)

10            Directory for Public Worship; for use in the Presbyterian Church of England. Issued by Authority              of the General Assembly. (1921)

11            Early Presbyterianism in Maryland, by James William Mcllvain. (1890)

12            Essays, Theological and Miscellaneous, Reprinted from the Princeton Review. Second Series.                  Including the Contributions of the Late Rev. Albert B. Dod, D.D. (1847) (Author:              Dod, Albert B.    (Albert Baldwin), 1805-1845) (The Bible, a key to the phenomena of the natural               world -- God        the end of all things -- Systems of theology -- On the Atonement -- On revivals of religion           -- Dr. Beecher's theology -- The doctrines of the New England churches -- Christian union     -- The division of the Presbyterian Church -- Slavery -- Abolitionism -- Capital punishment --        Phrenology -- Vestiges of creation -- Analytical geometry -- Baptist translation of the Bible -- The     English Bible -- Oxford architecture -- A treatise on expository preaching -- Fürst's Hebrew          concordance -- The historical statements of the Koran.)

 

13            History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, by Ezra Hall Gillett. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1873) (Author: Gillett, E. H. (Ezra Hall), 1823-1875)

14            History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, by Ezra Hall Gillett. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1873) (Author: Gillett, E. H. (Ezra Hall), 1823-1875)

15            Manual of Presbyterian Law and Usage, Embracing Established and Recognized Ecclesiastical and Parliamentary Rules and Regulations; for the Guidance of Congregations and Church Courts, in all Processes and Proceedings under the Constitution and Form of Government of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. Compiled by Rev. Thaddeus B. McFalls, Stated Clerk of Washington City Presbytery, and Rev. Byron Sunderland, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C. (1873) (Author: McFalls, Thaddeus B; Sunderland, Byron)

16            Missionary Records, Greenland, Labrador, and Asiatic Russia. (1858)

17            Old Redstone; or, Historical Sketches of Western Presbyterianism, its Early Ministers, its Perilous Times, and its First Records. By Joseph Smith, D.D. (1854) (Author: Smith, Joseph, 1796-1868)

18            Questions of the Day, Lectures Delivered in the David Morrice Hall, Montreal, Canada, in 1883-1884. (microfilm) (1885)

19            Records of the General Synod of Ulster, from 1691 to 1820. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1691-1720.) (1890) Author: Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Synod of Ulster

20            Records of the General Synod of Ulster, from 1691 to 1820. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1721-1777.) (1897) Author: Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Synod of Ulster

21            Records of the General Synod of Ulster, from 1691 to 1820. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1778-1820.) (1898) Author: Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Synod of Ulster

22            Scotch and Irish Seeds in American Soil: The Early History of the Scotch and Irish Churches, and their Relations to the Presbyterian Church of America. (1878) (Author: Craighead, J. G. (James Geddes), 1823-1895)

23            Scripture Portions for the Afflicted, Especially the Sick; With Reflections from Various Authors. (1840)

24            Short History of the Presbyterian Church in the Dominion of Canada; From the Earliest to the Present Time. By William Gregg, A.M., D.D., Professor of Church History, Knox College, Toronto. (1892) (Author: Gregg, William, 1817-1909)

25            Short History of the Presbyterian Church in the Dominion of Canada; From the Earliest to the Present Time. By William Gregg, A.M., D.D., Professor of Church History, Knox College, Toronto. Second Edition, Revised. (1893) (Author: Gregg, William, 1817-1909)

26            The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, as Amended by the Westminster Divines in the Royal Commission of 1661, and in Agreement with the Directory for Public Worship of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. (1864) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Shields, Charles W. (Charles Woodruff), 1825-1904)

27            The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, as Amended by the Presbyterian Divines in the Royal Commission of 1661, and in Agreement with the Directory for Public Worship of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. Edited, with a Supplementary Treatise. By Charles W. Shields, D.D., LL.D., Professor in Princeton University. (1897) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Shields, Charles W. (Charles Woodruff), 1825-1904)

28            The Cannibal Islands; or, Fiji and its People. (1863)

29            The Constitution and form of Government of the Independent Presbyterian Church. Yorkville, South Carolina. (1824)

30            The Constitution of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. Containing The Confession of Faith; The Catechism; and a Directory for the Worship of God. Together with the Form of Government and Discipline. Revised and Adopted by the General Assembly, at Princeton, Kentucky, May, 1829. (1843)

31            The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; Containing the Confession of Faith, the Catechisms, the Government and Discipline, and the Directory for the Worship of God, Ratified and Adopted by the Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, held at Philadelphia May the 16th, 1788, and continued by adjournments until the 28th of the same Month. (1789)

32            The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America: Containing the Confession of Faith, the Catechisms, and the Directory for the Worship of God; Together with the Plan of Government and Discipline, as Ratified by the General Assembly, at their Sessions in May, 1821; and Amended in 1833. (1840)

33            The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: Containing The Standards Subordinate to the Word of God, Viz. The Confession of Faith, The Larger and Shorter Catechisms, The Form of Government, The Book of Discipline, and The Directory for the Worship of God; as Ratified and Adopted by the Synod of New York and Philadelphia in the Year of Our Lord 1788; and as Amended in the Years 1805-1894; Together with The Constitutional Rule Adopted in 1893; and Administrative Acts of the Assembly of a General Nature. (1896)

34            The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, Containing The Confession of Faith, The Larger and Shorter Catechisms, as Ratified by the General Assembly, at Augusta, Georgia, December, 1861, Together with The Book of Church Order, Adopted 1879, The Directory for the Worship of God, with Optional forms, Adopted 1894, Rules for Parliamentary Order, Adopted 1866. (1900)

35            The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: Being its Standards Subordinate to the Word of God, Viz. The Confession of Faith, The Larger and Shorter Catechisms, The Form of Government, The Book of Discipline, and The Directory for the Worship of God; as Ratified and Adopted by the Synod of New York and Philadelphia in the Year of Our Lord 1788; and as Amended in the Years 1805-1913; Together with The Constitutional Rules Adopted in 1893-1912; and Administrative Acts of the Assembly of a General Nature. (1914)

36            The Divine Right of Church Government: Wherein it is Proved that the Presbyterian Government, by Preaching and Ruling Elders, in Sessional, Presbyterial, and Synodical Assemblies, may lay the only Lawful Claim to a Divine Right According to the Holy Scriptures. A New Edition, Corrected and Amended. By Sundry Ministers of Christ within the City of London. To which is added an Appendix, containing Extracts from some of the best Authors who have Written on Church Government, concerning the Scriptural Qualifications and Duties of Church Members; The Sole Right of Gospel Ministers to Preach the Gospel; the People's Divine Right to Choose their own Pastors; Together with an Abstraction of the Arguments of the Great Dr. Owen (Though a Professed Independent) in Favor of the Divine Right of the Office of the Ruling Elder. (1844)

37            The Fountain Kloof; or, Missionary Life in South Africa.

38            The History, Constitution, Rules of Discipline, and Confession of Faith, of the Calvinistic Methodists, in Wales. Drawn up by their own Associated Ministers. Second Edition. (1834)

39            The Presbyterian Churches; Divisions and Unions, in Scotland, Ireland, Canada, and America. By John Vant Stephens, D.D., Chairman of the Faculty and Professor of Church History in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of the South and Southwest. (1910) (Author: Stephens, John Vant, 1857-1946)

40            The Presbyterian Churches; Their place and Power in Modern Christendom. By Rev. James Nicoll Ogilvie, M.A., with a Chapter on the Presbyterian Churches in the United States of America, by the Rev. Andrew C. Zenos, D.D. (1897) (Author: Ogilvie, J. N. (James Nicoll), 1860-1926; Zenos, Andrew C. (Andrew Constantinides), 1855-1942)

41            The Presbyterian Movement in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth as Illustrated by the Minute Book of the Dedham Classis 1582-1589. Edited for the Royal Historical Society from the Manuscript in the Possession of J. F. Gurney, Esquire, Keswick Hall, Norfolk. By Roland G. Usher, Ph.D. (Harvard) (1905)

42            The Public Worship of Presbyterian Scotland Historically Treated; The Fourteenth Series of the Cunningham Lectures. By Charles Greig M'Crie, Minister at Ayr. (1892) (Author: M'Crie, C. G. (Charles Greig), 1836-1910)

43            The Reformed Presbyterian Church in Scotland: Its Origin and History; 1680-1876, with an Appendix. By the Rev. Matthew Hutchinson, New Cumnock. Introductory Note by the Rev. W. H. Goold, D.D., Edinburgh. (1893) (Author: Hutchison, Matthew)

44            The Westminster Hymnal for Congregational and Social use and for the Sunday School. Designed for Churches making use of One Book in all the Services. (1913) (Author: Benson, Louis F. (Louis FitzGerald), 1855-1930)

45            Theological Essays: Reprinted from the Princeton Review. First Series. With a Preface by the Rev.          Patrick Fairbairn, D.D., Professor of Divinity, Free Church College, Aberdeen. (1846)            (Author: Faribairn, Patrick, 1805-1874) (The Rule of Faith [by Charles Hodge, 1842] -- The            Sonship of Christ [by Charles Hodge, 1829] -- The Decrees of God [by Archibald Alexander, 1830]         -- The Early History of Pelagianism [by Archibald Alexander, 1830] -- Original Sin [by Archibald              Alexander, 1830] -- The Doctrine of Imputation [by Charles Hodge, 1830] -- The Doctrine of         Imputation [by Charles Hodge, 1831] -- The Doctrine of Imputation [by Charles Hodge, 1831] --             Melancthon on the Nature of Sin [by Archibald Alexander, 1833] -- Doctrines of the Early             Socinians [by Archibald Alexander? 1833] -- The Power of Contrary Choice [by Lyman H. Atwater,        1840] -- The Inability of Sinners [by Archibald Alexander, 1831] -- The New Divinity Tried [by               Charles Hodge, 1832] -- Beman on the Atonement [by Charles Hodge, 1845] -- Sacerdotal            Absolution [by Joseph Addison Alexander and Charles Hodge, 1845] -- Regeneration [by Charles Hodge, 1830] -- Sanctification [by John Woodbridge, 1842] -- Transubstantiation [by Archibald                   Alexander, 1834] -- Sunday Mails [by Charles Hodge, 1831] -- Bodily Effects of Religious                 Excitement [by Thomas Cleland, 1834] -- Tholuck's History of Theology [by Charles Hodge, 1828]          -- Transcendentalism [by James Waddel Alexander and Albert B. Dod, 1839] -- Cause and Effect               [by Archibald Alexander, 1829.])

 

46            Two Centuries in the History of the Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, L. I.; 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 the said Church, on the 7th, 8th, and 9th days of January,           1862. (1862) (Author: MacDonald, James Madison, 1812-1876 Subject: First Presbyterian     Church (Jamaica, N.Y.))

                 

47            Welsh Calvinistic Methodism; A Historical Sketch. By the Rev. William Williams. (1872) (Author: Williams, William, of Swansea)

48            Welsh Calvinistic Methodism. A Historical Sketch of the Presbyterian Church of Wales. By the Rev. William Williams, Swansea. Second Edition, Enlarged. (1884)

 


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1               A Record of the Services Connected with the Jubilee: or, The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Ordination and Induction of Rev. William McCullock D.D., as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Truro, Nova Scotia. (1889) (Subject: McCulloch, William, 1811-1895)

2               History of the Mission of the Secession Church to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, from its Commencement in 1765. By the Rev. James Robertson, Portsburgh Church, Edinburgh. (1847) (Author: Robertson, James, minister of Portsburgh Church, Edinburgh, minister of Portsburgh Church, Edinburgh)

3               Memorials of the Rev John Sprott. Edited by his Son the Rev. George W. Sprott, D.D., North Berwick. (1906) (Author: Sprott, John, 1780-1869; Sprott, George W. (George Washington), 1829-1909 Subject: Presbyterian Church in Nova Scotia)

 


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1               A Book of Family Worship. (1921)

2               A Book of Public Prayer, Compiled from the Authorized Formularies of Worship of the Presbyterian Church, as prepared by the Reformers; Calvin, Knox, Bucer, and Others. With Supplementary Forms. (1857) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School))

3               A Historical Vindication of the Abrogation of the Plan of Union by the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. By the Rev. Isaac V. Brown, A.M. (1855) (Author: Brown, Isaac V. (Isaac Van Arsdale), 1784-1861)

4               A History of the New School, and of the Questions Involved in the Disruption of the Presbyterian Church in 1838. By Samuel J. Baird, D.D. (1868) (Author: Baird, Samuel J. (Samuel John), 1817-1893)

5               A Modern School of the Prophets: The Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, Princeton, New Jersey. (1909)

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

 

7               Addresses Delivered at the Quarter-Century Anniversary of the Reunion of the Old and New    School Presbyterian Churches. Held in the Third Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,                May 23, 1895. With a Preface and other Introductory Matter. (1895) (Author: Presbyterian     Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly)

                 

8               An Examination of the System of New Divinity; or, New School Theology. By Rev. Francis Hodgson, of the New-York Conference. (1840) (Author: Hodgson, Francis, 1805-1877)

9               An Exposition of the form of Government and the rules of Discipline of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. By Rev. F. P. Ramsay, President of Fredericksburg College, Virginia. (1898) (Author: Ramsay, F. P. (Franklin Pierce), 1856-1926)

10            Brief Memoirs of the Pious. (1848) (Rev. J. C. Rieu, Rev. John Campbell, Rev. Pliny Fisk, Rev. John Eliot, Mrs. Catherine Clark, Lady Huntingdon, Mrs. Talbot, Mrs. Hannah Woodd, Lady Glenorchy, Mrs. Anne Thornton, Miss Hannah Sinclair.)

11            Differences between Old School and New School Presbyterians: By Rev. Lewis Cheeseman, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in connection with the General Assembly, Rochester, New York. With an Introductory Chapter, by John C. Lord, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, New York. (1848) (Author: Cheeseman, Lewis)

12            Encyclopedia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: Including the Northern and Southern Assemblies. Alfred Nevin, D.D., LL.D., Editor, assisted by B. M. Smith, D.D., W. E. Schenck, D.D., L. G. Barbour, D.D., B. M. Palmer, D.D., William Blackwood, D.D., LL.D., J. Rumple, D.D., T. L. Cuyler, D.D., Elliott E. Swift, D.D., M. B. Grier, D.D., E. P. Humphrey, D.D., LL.D., J. W. Dulles, D.D., J. B. Stratton, D.D., R. M. Patterson, J. I. Brownson, D.D., and other Eminent Ministers of the Church. Including a Description of the Historic Decorations of the Pan Presbyterian Council of 1880, by Rev Henry C. McCook, D.D., LL.D. (1884) (Author: Nevin, Alfred, 1816-1890, ed; Nevin, David Robert Bruce, 1828- joint ed)

13            Presbyterian Reunion: A Memorial Volume. 1837-1871. (1870) (Historical review of the Church               (Old School Branch) / by Samuel Miller -- Historical review of the Church (New School Branch) /         by Jonathan F. Stearns -- Biographical sketches (Old School Branch) / by William B. Sprague --   Biographical sketches (New School Branch) / by Z.M. Humphrey -- The reunion / by William   Adams -- The assemblies of 1869 / by M.W. Jacobus -- Additional impressions / by P.H. Fowler --      The reconstruction / by G.S. Plumley -- The future church / by John Hall -- Statistics of the             Church (Old School Branch) since 1837 / by David Irving -- Statistics of the Church (New School       Branch) since 1837 / by Edwin F. Hatfield -- Brief sketches of the members of the reunion            committee / by James H.M. Knox -- Documents, etc)

 

14            Ruling Elders' Hand-book, Specially Prepared for the Ruling Elders of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, by Austin H. Jolly, D.D., President Presbyterian College of Florida. Revised Edition. (1908) (Author: Jolly, Austin H)

15            Sowing and Reaping: A Year of Expansion and Ingathering in the North India Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. (1906)

16            The Book of Common Worship. Published by Authority of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. For Voluntary use in the Churches. (1906) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly; Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933)

17            The Catastrophe of the Presbyterian Church, in 1837, including a full view of the Recent Theological Controversies in New England. By Zebulon Crocker, Delegate from the General Association of Connecticut to the General Assembly of 1837. (1838) (Author: Crocker, Zebulon)

18            The Constitutional History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839) (Part I. 1705-1741)

19            The Constitutional History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1840) (Part I. 1741-1788)

20            The Doctrinal Differences which have Agitated and Divided the Presbyterian Church: or, Old and New Theology. By James Wood, D.D. Enlarged Edition. (1853) (Author: Wood, James, 1799-1867; Wood, James, 1799-1867 Old and new theology)

21            The Presbyterian Church, New School; 1837-1869: A Historical Review. By Edward D. Morris, D.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Theology, in Lane Seminary. (1905) (Author: Morris, Edward D)

22            The Presbyterian Treasury of Education, Religion, and General Intelligence. Volume 1 (1848) (Jan. - Dec.)

23            The Presbyterian Treasury of Education, Religion, and General Intelligence. Volume 2 (1849) (Jan. - Dec.)

24            The Providence of God Displayed in a Series of Interesting Facts. (1848) (Author: Presbyterian church in the U. S. A. (Old school) Board of publication.)

25            The Reunion of the Old and New-School Presbyterian Churches, by Rev. Charles Hodge, D.D. Reprinted from the Princeton Repertory for July. With a Preface by the Author Noticing some Objections. (microfilm) (1867) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878)


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1               The Presbyterian Preacher; or, Original Sermons by Living Ministers in the Presbyterian Church,            on the Important Doctrines of Christianity, Presented in a Clear and Comprehensive Manner, for the Instruction of the Present Age, and in Defense of the Truth. Edited by S. C. Jennings, Pastor                of a Presbyterian Church. Volume 1 (1833)

2               The Presbyterian Preacher, or, Original Sermons by Living Ministers in the Presbyterian Church,            on the Important Doctrines of Christianity, Presented in a Clear and Comprehensive Manner, for the Instruction of the Present Age, and in Defense of the Truth. Edited by S. C. Jennings, Pastor                of a Presbyterian Church. Volume 2 (1834)

3               The Presbyterian Preacher, or, Original Sermons by Living Ministers in the Presbyterian Church,            on the Important Doctrines of Christianity, Presented in a Clear and Comprehensive Manner, for the Instruction of the Present Age, and in Defense of the Truth. Edited by S. C. Jennings, Pastor                of a Presbyterian Church. Volume 3 (1835)

4               The Presbyterian Preacher, or, Original Sermons by Living Ministers in the Presbyterian Church,            on the Important Doctrines of Christianity, Presented in a Clear and Comprehensive Manner, for the Instruction of the Present Age, and in Defense of the Truth. Edited by S. C. Jennings, Pastor                of a Presbyterian Church. Volume 4 (1836)

5               The Presbyterian Preacher; or, Original Sermons by Living Ministers in the Presbyterian Church,            on the Important Doctrines of Christianity, Presented in a Clear and Comprehensive Manner, for the Instruction of the Present Age, and in Defense of the Truth. Edited by S. C. Jennings, Pastor                of a Presbyterian Church. Volume 5 (1837)

 


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1               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 1 (1890)

2               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 2 (1891)

3               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 3 (1892)

4               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 4 (1893)

5               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 5 (1894)

6               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 6 (1895)

7               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 7 (1896)

8               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 8 (1897)

9               The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 9 (1898)

10            The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 10 (1899)

11            The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 11 (1900)

12            The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 12 (1901)

13            The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Volume 13 (1902)

 


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1               Sermons by Willard Preston, D.D., Late Pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church,             Savannah, Georgia. With a Brief Biographical Sketch of the Author. By Samuel K. Talmage, D.D.,       President of Oglethorpe University. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1857)

2               Sermons by Willard Preston, D.D., Late Pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church,             Savannah, Georgia. With a Brief Biographical Sketch of the Author. By Samuel K. Talmage, D.D.,       President of Oglethorpe University. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1857)

 


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1               A Synopsis of Councils. (1671) (P. 31-32 incorrectly numbered 35-36; p. 49 incorrectly numbered            46; p. 58 unnumbered; p. [59] numbered 58.)

2               Christ's Counsel for Ending Law Cases. As it has been Delivered in Two Sermons upon the 25th                 verse of Matthew Chapter 5. (1636) (Author: Prideaux, John, 1578-1650; Prideaux, John, 1578-     1650. Christians free-will offering; Prideaux, John, 1578-1650. Higgaion and Selah : for the             discovery of the Powder-plot; Prideaux, John, 1578-1650. Great prophets advent; Prideaux, John,    1578-1650. Reverence to rulers; Prideaux, John, 1578-1650. Draught of the brook; Prideaux,    John, 1578-1650. David's rejoicing for Christ's resurrection; Prideaux, John, 1578-1650.        Christians expectation; Prideaux, John, 1578-1650. Idolatrous feasting)

3               The Doctrine of Prayer. By the Right Reverend John Prideaux, D.D., Bishop of Worcester:             Sometime Rector of Exeter College, Regis Professor of Divinity, and Canon of Christ Church,     Oxford. A New Edition. To which are added, Certain Godly Prayers, from Early Editions of the    Book of Common Prayer, and the Treatise of St. Athanasius on the use and Virtue of the Psalms.         By Sidney W. Cornish, D.D., Late Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. (1841) (Author: Prideaux,             John, 1578-1650; Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373; Cornish, Sidney W. (Sidney     William), 1801?-1874)

 


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1               A Familiar Illustration of Christian Baptism: In which the Proper Subjects of that Ordinance and the Mode of Administration are Ascertained from the Word of God and the History of the Church; And Defended from the Objections usually urged by the Opposers of Infant Baptism, and the Advocates of Immersion: In the form of a Dialogue. (1818)

2               A History of Long Island, From its First Settlement by Europeans to the Year 1845, with Special Reference to its Ecclesiastical Concerns. In Two Parts. I. Its Physical Features and Civil Affairs. II. Annals of the several Towns, Relating Chiefly to Ecclesiastical Matters. (1845)

3               The Pernicious Effects of Intemperance in the use of Ardent Spirits, and the Remedy for that Evil. A Sermon, delivered at the Opening of the Presbytery of Long-Island, at Auquebogue, Nov. 5, 1811. (1812)

4               The Year of Jubilee; But not to Africans: A Discourse, Delivered July 4, 1825, being the 49th Anniversary of American Independence. By Nathaniel S. Prime, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Cambridge, New York. (1825)

 


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1               An Address Delivered at the Opening of the Hall of the Newark Library Association, Newark,    New Jersey, February 21, 1843. (1843)

2               Autobiography and Memorials. Edited by his Son, George Wendell Prime. (1888) (Author: Prime,        Samuel Irenæus, 1812-1885; Prime, George Wendell, 1837-1907, ed)

3               Elizabeth Thornton; or, The Flower and Fruit of Female Piety. With other Sketches. (1841)          (Subject: Prime, Elizabeth Thornton Kemeys, 1812-1834)

4               Fifteen Years of Prayer in the Fulton Street Meeting. (1872)

5               Five Years of Prayer, with the Answers. (1864)

6               History, Essays, Orations. and other Documents of the Sixth General Conference of the Evangelical Alliance, New York, October 2-12, 1873. (1874) (Author: Evangelical alliance. Conference (1873 : New York); Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Prime, Samuel Irenæus, 1812-1885)

7               Irenaeus Letters. Originally Published in the New York Observer. (1881)

8               Irenaeus Letters. Second Series. Written by Rev. S. Irenaeus Prime, D.D., for the New York Observer. With a Sketch of the Life and Death of the Author. (1885)

9               Letters from Switzerland. (1860)

10            Letters to the Right Rev. John Hughs, Roman Catholic Bishop of New York. Revised and Enlarged. By Kirwan. (1855) (Author: Murray, Nicholas, 1802-1861; Prime, Samuel Irenaeus, 1812-1885
Subject:
Hughes, John, 1797-1864)

11            Life in New York. Second Edition. (1857)

12            Life of Samuel Finley Breese Morse, LL. D., Inventor of the Electro-Magnetic Recording Telegraph. (1875) (Subject: Morse, Samuel Finley Breese, 1791-1872)

13            Memoirs of Mrs. Joanna Bethune. By her Son, the Rev. George W. Bethune, D.D. With an Appendix, containing Extracts from the Writings of Mrs. Bethune. (1863) (Author: Bethune, George W. (George Washington), 1805-1862; Prime, Samuel Irenaeus, 1812-1885 Subject: Bethune, Joanna Graham, 1770-1849)

14            Memoirs of the Rev. Nicholas Murray, D.D. (Kirwan.) (1863) (Subject: Murray, Nicholas, 1802-1861)

15            Prayer and its Answer; Illustrated in the First Twenty Five Years of the Fulton Street Prayer Meeting. (1882)

16            Record of the Proceedings and Ceremonies Pertaining to the Erection of the Franklin Statue in Printing-House Square. (1872) (Subject: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790)

17            Sabbath Songs; For the use of Families and Sunday Schools. (1853)

18            Songs of the Soul. Gathered out of many Lands and Ages. (1874)

19            The Alhambra and the Kremlin. The South and the North of Europe. (1873)

20            The Annals of the English Bible, by Christopher Anderson, Abridged and continued by Samuel Irenaeus Prime. (1849) (Author: Anderson, Christopher, 1782-1852; Prime, Samuel Irenæus, 1812-1885)

21            The Bible in the Levant; or, The Life and Letters of the Rev. C. N. Righter, Agent of the American Bible Society in the Levant. (1859)

22            The Memorial Volume of the Edwards (Descendants of Jonathan Edwards) Family Meeting at Stockbridge, Mass., September 6-7, 1870. (1871) (Subject: Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758)

23            The Power of Prayer, Illustrated in the Wonderful Displays of Divine Grace at Fulton Street, and other Meetings in New York and Elsewhere, In 1857 and 1858. (1859)

24            The Prodigal Reclaimed: or, The Sinner's Ruin and Recovery. (1843)

25            The Smitten Household: or, Thoughts for the Afflicted. By S. Irenaeus Prime, D.D., W. B. Sprague,             D.D., G. W. Bethune, D.D., J. B. Waterbury, D.D., C. M. Butler, D.D. (1856) (Prime, S. I. The death       of a child.--Sprague, W. B. The death of a wife.--Bethune, G. W. The death of a husband.--             Waterbury, J. B. The death of a parent.--Butler, C. M. The death of a friend.)

 

26            Thoughts on the Death of Little Children. With an Appendix Selected from Various Authors. New and Enlarged Edition. (1865)

27            Travels in Europe and the East: A Year in England, Scotland, Ireland, Whales, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Palestine, and Egypt. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855)

28            Travels in Europe and the East: A Year in England, Scotland, Ireland, Whales, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Palestine, and Egypt. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

29            Twentieth Anniversary (1863-1883) of the Settlement of Howard Crosby, D. D., as Pastor of the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church, March 5, 1883, in the Church, Fourth Avenue and Twenty-Second Street. (1883) (Subject: Crosby, Howard, 1826-1891; Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church (New York, N.Y.))

30            Under the Trees. (1874)

31            Walking with God: The Life hid with Christ. (1872)

 


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1               A Modern School of the Prophets: The Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, Princeton, New Jersey. (1909)

2               Catalogue of the Library of Princeton Theological Seminary. (1886)

3               General Catalog of Princeton Theological Seminary: 1815-1881. (1881) (Author: Princeton Theological Seminary; Princeton Theological Seminary. Biographical catalogue of Princeton Theological Seminary :1812-1881; Dulles, Joseph Heatly, 1853-1937)

4               Plan of the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, located in Princeton, New-Jersey. Adopted by the General Assembly of 1811, and Amended by Future Assemblies. Second Edition. (1816) (Author: Princeton Theological Seminary; Princeton Theological Seminary. Historical sketch of the; Princeton Theological Seminary. Annual report of the Board of Directors of the Theological Seminary to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church ..; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. Report of the Committee appointed to devise ways and means. 1816; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Green, Ashbel, 1762-1848; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850)

5               Princeton College. (1877) (Author: Alexander, Samuel Davies, 1819-1894)

6               Princeton College during the Eighteenth Century. By Samuel Davies Alexander, an Alumnus. (1872) (Author: Alexander, Samuel Davies, 1819-1894)

7               Princeton Sermons: Chiefly by the Professors in Princeton Theological Seminary. (1893) (Christ's desire for His people, W. H. Green.--The promise of the Spirit, C. W. Hodge.--Valiant for the truth, C. A. Aiken.--Salvation as a work, W. M. Paxton.--Incarnate truth, B. B. Warfield.--First interview with the Christ, J. D. Davis.--Religion in college, F. L. Patton.--The letter and the Spirit, F. L. Patton.--Christ as a man of prayer, J. O. Murray.--The transfiguration of life by Christ, J. O. Murray.--Christian manliness, W. H. Green.--The power of Christ's resurrection, C. W. Hodge.--Drifting, C. A. Aiken.--How we spend our years, W. M. Paxton.--The Christian's attitude toward death, B. B. Warfield.--The vision of the King in His holiness, J. D. Davis.)

8               The Princeton Pulpit. Edited by John T. Duffield, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, in Princeton College. (1852) (Author: Duffield, John Thomas, 1823-1901) (The appropriate duty and ornament of the female sex / by Samuel Miller -- Rightly dividing the word of truth / by Archibald Alexander -- A baccalaureate discourse / by James Carnahan -- Faith in Christ, the source of spiritual life / by Charles Hodge -- Filial piety / by John Maclean -- Sorrow better than laughter / by J. W. Alexander -- Looking at the things which are not seen / by A. B. Dod -- The Christian philosophy of revolution / by M.B. Hope -- The power and perpetuity of law / by John Forsyth -- The work of God / by J.A. Alexander -- God, the guide of his blind people / by W.E. Schenck -- Christ, the manifestation of God / by W.H. Green -- Religious retirement / by G.M. Giger -- Search the Scriptures / by T.W. Cattell -- The position of the human race in the divine economy / by J.T. Duffield.)

9               The Princeton Review. Series 4. Volume 3 (1879) (January-June.)

10            The Princeton Review. Series 4. Volume 4 (1879) (July-December.)

11            The Princeton Review. Series 4. Volume 5 (1880) (January-June.)

12            The Princeton Review. Series 4. Volume 6 (1880) (July-December.)

13            The Princeton Review. Series 4. Volume 7 (1881) (January-June.)

14            The Princeton Review. Series 4. Volume 8 (1881) (July-December.)

15            The New Princeton Review. Volume 1 (1886) (January-March-May.)

16            The New Princeton Review. Volume 2 (1886) (July-September-November.)

17            The New Princeton Review. Volume 3 (1887) (January-March-May.)

18            The New Princeton Review. Volume 4 (1887) (July-September-November.)

19            The New Princeton Review. Volume 5 (1888) (January-March-May.)

20            The New Princeton Review. Volume 6 (1888) (July-September-November.)

21            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 1 (1903)

22            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 2 (1904)

23            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 3 (1905)

24            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 4 (1906)

25            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 5 (1907)

26            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 6 (1908)

27            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 7 (1909)

28            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 8 (1910)

29            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 9 (1911)

30            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 10 (1912)

31            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 11 (1913)

32            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 12 (1914)

33            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 13 (1915)

34            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 14 (1916)

35            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 15 (1917)

36            The Princeton Theological Review. Volume 17 (1919)

 


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1               The History of the Free Offer, by Professor Herman C. Hanco. (1989)



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1               A Series of Discourses on the Leading Doctrines and Duties of Christianity. The Third Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1815)

2               A Series of Discourses on the Leading Doctrines and Duties of Christianity. The Third Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1815)

3               A Series of Discourses on the Leading Doctrines and Duties of Christianity. The Third Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1815)

4               A Series of Discourses on the Leading Doctrines and Duties of Christianity. The Third Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1815)

5               Memoir of the Late Rev. Alexander Proudfit, D. D., with Selections from his Diary and Correspondence, and Recollections of his Life, Etc., by his Son. By John Forsyth, D.D., Minister of Union Church, Newburgh. (1846) (Author: Forsyth, John, 1810-1886; Proudfit, John Williams, 1803-1870)

6               Our danger and duty: Two sermons delivered on Wednesday the 30th day of November, 1808, being a day appointed by the Presbytery of Washington for the exercises of fasting, humiliation and prayer, on account of the alarming aspect of divine providence to our country. (1808)

7               Practical Godliness. In Thirteen Discourses on the Duties of the Closet, Family, and Sanctuary. (1813)

8               The Agency of God in the Elevation of Man. A Sermon Commemorative of the Eminent Talents, and Private Virtues, and Public Services of his Excellency De Witt Clinton, Late Governor of the State of New York; Preached at Salem, New York on March 11, 1828. (1828)

9               The Ruin and Recovery of Man. A Series of Discourses on the Distinguishing Doctrines of Christianity: By Alexander Proudfit, A.M., Minister of the Gospel, Salem. (1806)

10            The Universal Extension of Messiah's Kingdom. A Sermon, Delivered in the North Church, New-Haven Connecticut, September 12, 1822, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Thirteenth Annual Meeting. (1822)

 



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1               Outlines of Lectures on Church Government: Delivered in Knox College by Rev. John J. A.             Proudfoot, D.D. (microfilm) (1895)

2               Systematic Homiletics. By Rev. J. J. A. Proudfoot, D.D., Late Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral            Theology, Knox College, Toronto. Edited by Rev. J. A. Turnbull, B.A., LL.D. and Rev. A. J.              MacGillivray, M. A. (1903) (Author: Proudfoot, John J. A. (John James Aitchison), 1821-1903;            Turnbull, John A., ed; MacGillivray, Alexander James, joint ed)

 


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1               An Address Delivered in the Chapel of Princeton University at the Funeral Services of Henry M. Alexander. (1899) (Subject: Alexander, Henry M., 1822-1899)

2               Christianity in the Apostolic Age. (1910)

3               Faith and Life: Sermons. By George Tybout Purves, D.D., LL.D., Late Pastor of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, sometime Professor in Princeton Theological Seminary. With an Introductory Note by Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D., LL.D., Professor in Princeton Theological Seminary. (1902)

4               Inauguration of George Tybout Purves, D. D. as Professor of New Testament Literature and Exegesis at Princeton Seminary. (1892)

5               Joy in Service. Forgetting and Pressing Onward. Until the Day Dawn. By Rev. George T. Purves, D.D., LL.D. The Teacher and Pastor. By President F. L. Patton, D.D., LL.D.(1901) (Author: Purves, George T. (George Tybout), 1852-1901; Patton, Francis Landey, 1843-1932. The pastor and teacher)

6               The Sinless Christ. (1902)

7               The Testimony of Justin Martyr to Early Christianity. Lectures Delivered on the L. P. Stone Foundation at Princeton Theological Seminary, in March, 1888. (1889)

8               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) (Introduction by the Rev. W.H. Roberts.--Review of the nineteenth century, by the Rev. Prof. W.G. Craig.--Progressive development of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., by the Rev. H.C. McCook.--The divine purpose developed in the progress of time, by the Rev. H.C. Minton.--The problems of the twentieth century, by the Rev. G.T. Purves.--The speedy bringing of the world to Christ, by Mr. R.E. Speer.--The twentieth century movement. Report on the Memorial Fund.--Address on the Twentieth Century Fund, by the Rev. M.A. Brownson.--The duty and opportunities of the Presbyterian Church in the twentieth century, by the Rev. S.J. Niccolls.--Moderator's sermon.--"Fellow-workers unto the Kingdom of God", by the Rev. C.A. Dickey.)

 



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1               French Jansenists. (1893) (Author: [Tollemache, Marguerite] Mrs) (Cornelius Jansen--Jean de                   Vergler de Hauranne, abb'e de Saint--Cyran.--Jacqueline-Marie--Ang'ellque Arnauld (Mere     Ang'ellque) abness of Port--Royal.--Antoine Arnauld--Louis Isaac Le Maitre de Sacj.--Pierre        Nicole.--Blaise Pascal.--Louis Sebastien le Nain de Tillemont.--Pasquier Quesnel)

2               The Gospels; With Moral Reflections on each Verse, By Pasquier Quesnel. With an Introductory             Essay, by the Rev. Daniel Wilson, A.M., Vicar of Islington. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1830)

3               The Gospels; With Moral Reflections on each Verse, By Pasquier Quesnel. With an Introductory             Essay, by the Rev. Daniel Wilson, A.M., Vicar of Islington. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1830)

4               The Gospels; With Moral Reflections on each Verse, By Pasquier Quesnel. With an Introductory             Essay, by the Rev. Daniel Wilson, A.M., Vicar of Islington. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1830)

5               The Gospels with Moral Reflections on Each Verse, By Pasquier Quesnel. With an Introductory                Essay, by the Rev. Daniel Wilson, D.D., Vicar of Islington, now Bishop of Calcutta. Revised by the             Rev. Henry A. Boardman, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Quesnel, Pasquier, 1634-1719; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. ed)

6               The Gospels with Moral Reflections on Each Verse, By Pasquier Quesnel. With an Introductory                Essay, by the Rev. Daniel Wilson, D.D., Vicar of Islington, now Bishop of Calcutta. Revised by the             Rev. Henry A. Boardman, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Author: Quesnel, Pasquier, 1634-1719; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880. ed)

 



Quinton, John Allan (Congregationalist - Journeyman Printer, Ipswich) (1817-?)

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1               Heaven's Antidote to the Curse of Labor; or, The Temporal Advantages of the Sabbath, considered in Relation to the Working Classes. By John Allan Quinton. With Six Engravings, by George Measom, from Designs by Gilbert. (1849)

2               Prize Essays on the Temporal Advantages of the Sabbath, Considered in Relation to the Working Classes. Containing; Heaven's Antidote, The Torch of Time, and Pearl of Days. (1848) (Author: Quinton, John Allan. Heaven's antidote to the curse of labor ..; Farquhar, David. Torch of time ..; Farquhar, Barbara H. Pearl of days ..) (First Prize: John Allan Quinton - Journeyman Printer, Ipswich. Second Prize: John Younger - Shoemaker, St. Boswell's Green, Roxburghshire. Third Prize: David Farquhar - Machinist, Dundee.)

 


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