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Reformed Beliefs S continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, including such genres as Presbyterian, Anglican, Puritan, and Episcopalian, and including such writers as Phillip Schaff, John Scudder, William Shedd, and Charles Haddon Spurgeon, and works related to the Synod of Dort.


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1               Cyprianus Isotimus: or, J. S's Vindication of his, "Principles of the Cyprianic Age," Confuted. In                   which, moreover, divers signal Differences between the Cyprianic and Hierarchic Bishop are                Assigned, some new Pleas and Arguments of the Prelatists Discussed, and several things of    considerable Consequence and Use in the present Controversy Advanced. By William Jameson.        (1705) (Author: Jameson, William, fl. 1689-1720 Subject: Sage, John, 1652-1711; Episcopacy)

2               The Case of the Present Afflicted Clergy in Scotland Truly Represented. To which is added for Probation, The Attestation of many unexceptionable Witnesses to every Particular; and all the Public Acts and Proclamations of the Convention and Parliament relating to Clergy. By a Lover of the Church and his Country. (1690)

3               The Fundamental Charter of Presbytery, as it has been Lately Established in the Kingdom of Scotland, Examined and Disproved, by the History, Records, and Public Transactions of Our Nation. The Second Edition. To which is added, a Preface; Wherein the Vindicator of the Kirk is freely put in mind of his Habitual Infirmities. And the Contents of the whole. Never before Printed. (1697)

4               The Reasonableness of a Toleration, Inquired into, Purely on Church Principles. In Several Letters. (1705)

5               The Works of the Right Rev. John Sage, A Bishop of the Church in Scotland; Together with Memoir and Notes. In Three Volumes. Volume 1(1844) (I. Memoir of the Life and Times of the Right Reverend John Sage. II. The Fundamental Charter of Presbytery, as it has been Lately Established in the Kingdom of Scotland, Examined and Disproved by the History, Records, and Public Transactions of our Nation. Together with a Preface, wherein the Vindicator of the Kirk is freely put in mind of his Habitual Infirmities.)

6               The Works of the Right Rev. John Sage, A Bishop of the Church in Scotland; Together with Memoir and Notes. In Three Volumes. Volume 2(1846) (I. The Principles of the Cyprianic Age, with regard to Episcopal Power and Jurisdiction, Asserted and Recommended from the Genuine Writings of St. Cyprian himself, and his Contemporaries, by which it is made Evident that the Vindicator of the Kirk of Scotland is Obligated by his own Concessions to Acknowledge that he and his Associates are Schismatics; in a Letter to a Friend. Chapters 1-3.)

7               The Works of the Right Rev. John Sage, A Bishop of the Church in Scotland; Together with Memoir and Notes. In Three Volumes. Volume 3(1846) (I. The Principles of the Cyprianic Age, with regard to Episcopal Power and Jurisdiction, Asserted and Recommended from the Genuine Writings of St. Cyprian himself, and his Contemporaries, by which it is made Evident that the Vindicator of the Kirk of Scotland is Obligated by his own Concessions to Acknowledge that he and his Associates are Schismatics; in a Letter to a Friend. Chapters 4-9.)

 




Sample, Robert Fleming (1829-1905)

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1               Beacon Lights of the Reformation; or, Romanism and the Reformers. By the Rev. Robert F.         Sample, D.D. With an Introduction by the Rev. John Hall, D.D., LL.D. Second Edition.(1915)              (Author: Sample, Robert F. (Robert Fleming), 1829-1905; Hall, John, 1806-1894)       

2               Christ's Valedictory: or, Meditations on the Fourteenth Chapter of John. (1900)

3               Memoir of Rev. John Culbertson Thom. By the Rev. Robert F. Sample. With an Introduction by                    the Rev. W. S. Plumer, D.D. (1868) (Subject: Thom, John Culbertson, 1830-1865)

4               The Curtained Throne: A Sermon, Suggested by the Death of President Lincoln. Preached in the Presbyterian Church of Bedford, Pennsylvania, April 23, 1865 and repeated April 30, 1865. (1865)

5               The Higher Criticism; An Address. By Rev. Robert F. Sample, D.D. (1849)

 



Sampson, Francis Smith (Presbyterian) (1814-1854)

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1               A Critical Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews. By Francis S. Sampson, D.D., Professor of               Oriental Literature in the Union Theological Seminary, Prince Edward, Virginia. Edited from the         Manuscript Notes of the Author, by Robert L. Dabney, D.D. (1856)

2               A Memorial of the Christian Life and Character of Francis S. Sampson, D.D. By Robert L. Dabney,              D.D. (1855) (Author: Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898)

 


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1               The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. (1824) (Author: Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Dick, Charles Hill Subject: Donne, John, 1572-1631; Wotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639; Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663)

2               The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. (1899) (Author: Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Dick, Charles Hill Subject: Donne, John, 1572-1631; Wotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639; Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663)

3               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1854) (I. Seventeen Sermons Ad Aulam.)

4               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (Google) (1854) (I. Seventeen Sermons Ad Aulam.)

5               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1854) (I. The Prefaces of 1655 and 1657. II. Five Sermons Ad Clerum. III. Six Sermons Ad Magistratum.)

6               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (Google) (1854) (I. The Prefaces of 1655 and 1657. II. Five Sermons Ad Clerum. III. Six Sermons Ad Magistratum.)

7               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1854) (I. Eight Sermons Ad Populum. II. Notes of Eight Sermons Preached at St. Martin's Church, Carfax, Oxford.)

8               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (Google) (1854) (I. Eight Sermons Ad Populum. II. Notes of Eight Sermons Preached at St. Martin's Church, Carfax, Oxford.)

9               The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1854) (I. De Obligatione Conscientiae Praelectiones Decem. II. Praelection Inauguralis. III. De Juramenti Promissorii Obligatione Praelectiones Septem. IV. Oxford Reasons Against the Covenant. In English and Latin. V. Articles of Visitation and Inquiry Concerning Matters Ecclesiastical.)

10            The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (Google) (1854) (I. De Obligatione Conscientiae Praelectiones Decem. II. Praelection Inauguralis. III. De Juramenti Promissorii Obligatione Praelectiones Septem. IV. Oxford Reasons Against the Covenant. In English and Latin. V. Articles of Visitation and Inquiry Concerning Matters Ecclesiastical.)

11            The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1854) (I. Of the Sabbath. II. Of the Engagement. III. Of the Liturgy. IV. Of a Rash Vow. V. Of Marrying with a Recusant. VI. Of a Bond Taken in the King's Name. VII. Of Scandal. VIII. Of Unlawful Love. IX. Of a Military Life. X. Of a Matrimonial Contract. XI. Of Usury.)

12            The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (Google) (1854) (I. Of the Sabbath. II. Of the Engagement. III. Of the Liturgy. IV. Of a Rash Vow. V. Of Marrying with a Recusant. VI. Of a Bond Taken in the King's Name. VII. Of Scandal. VIII. Of Unlawful Love. IX. Of a Military Life. X. Of a Matrimonial Contract. XI. Of Usury.)

13            The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1854) (I. Logicae Artis Compendium. II. Physicae Scientiae Compendium. III. Walton's Life of Sanderson. IV Appendix. 1. Letters. 2. Disputatio Theologica. 3. Oratorio Procuratoria. 4. Residue of Bishop Sanderson's Will not given by Isaac Walton. 5. Anne Sanderson's Will. V. Index of Principal Matters. VI. Index of Passages of Scriptures Illustrated.)

14            The Works of Robert Sanderson D. D. Sometime Bishop of Lincoln. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (Google) (1854) (I. Logicae Artis Compendium. II. Physicae Scientiae Compendium. III. Walton's Life of Sanderson. IV Appendix. 1. Letters. 2. Disputatio Theologica. 3. Oratorio Procuratoria. 4. Residue of Bishop Sanderson's Will not given by Isaac Walton. 5. Anne Sanderson's Will. V. Index of Principal Matters. VI. Index of Passages of Scriptures Illustrated.)

 


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1               The Sermons of Edwin Sandys, D.D., successively Bishop of Worcester and London, and               Archbishop of York; To Which are added some Miscellaneous Pieces, by the same Author. Edited          for the Parker Society, by the Rev. John Ayre, M.A., Minister of St. John's Chapel, Hampstead. (1841) (Author: Sandys, Edwin, 1519?-1588; Ayre, John, 1801-1869)

 


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1               The Poetical Works of George Sandys. Now first Collected. With Introduction and Notes by the Rev. Richard Hooper, M.A., Vicar of Upton and Aston Upthorpe, Berks, and Editor of Chapman's Homer. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1872)

2               The Poetical Works of George Sandys. Now first Collected. With Introduction and Notes by the Rev. Richard Hooper, M.A., Vicar of Upton and Aston Upthorpe, Berks, and Editor of Chapman's Homer. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1872)

 


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1               A Treatise on the Different Degrees of the Christian Priesthood. (1840)

2               Saravia on the Holy Eucharist. The Original from the Latin Manuscript in the British Museum,                    now Printed for the First Time. The Translation by George Anthony Denison, M.A., Archdeacon       of Taunton. With Notice of the Author and Appendix. (1855)

 


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1               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 1 (On the Attributes of God) (1812)

2               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 2 (On the Truth of Revelation) (1812)

3               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 3 (On the Principal Doctrines of Christianity) (1812)

4               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 4 (On Christian Morality) (1812)

5               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 5 (On Various Subjects) (1812)

6               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 6 (On Sacramental Occasions) (1812)

7               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 7 (On Important Subjects) (1812)

8               Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James Saurin, Pastor of the French Church at the Hague. Volume 8 (On Various Subjects: With a General Index) (1812)

 


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1               Advice to a Young Woman at Service; In a Letter from a Friend. By the Author of James Talbot.                   (1823)

2               James Talbot; or, The Importance of Recollecting, "God Sees me at all Times." New Edition.      (1836)

3               Scenes and Characters Illustrating Christian Truth Volume 1 Trial and Self Discipline. (1835)    (Author: Ware, Henry, 1764-1845, ed; Savage, Sarah, 1785-1837; Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot,   1787-1860; Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, 1789-1867; Tuckerman, Joseph, 1778-1840; Lee,     Hannah Farnham Sawyer, 1780-1865; Hall, Louisa J. (Louisa Jane), 1802-1892) (v. 1. Trial and        self-discipline, by S. Savage.--v. 2. The skeptic, by E.L.C. Follen.--v. 3. Home, by C.M.                   Sedgwick,--v. 4. Gleams of truth, or, Scenes from real life, by J. Tuckerman.--v. 5. The backslider,              by H.F.S. Lee. -- v. 6. Alfred, by L.J.P. Hall.)

4               Scenes and Characters Illustrating Christian Truth. Volume 2 The Skeptic. (1835)            (Author: Ware,             Henry, 1764-1845, ed; Savage, Sarah, 1785-1837; Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot, 1787-1860;        Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, 1789-1867; Tuckerman, Joseph, 1778-1840; Lee, Hannah Farnham                   Sawyer, 1780-1865; Hall, Louisa J. (Louisa Jane), 1802-1892) (v. 1. Trial and self-discipline, by S.             Savage.--v. 2. The skeptic, by E.L.C. Follen.--v. 3. Home, by C.M. Sedgwick,--v. 4. Gleams of truth,                 or, Scenes from real life, by J. Tuckerman.--v. 5. The backslider, by H.F.S. Lee. -- v. 6. Alfred, by L.J.P. Hall.)

5               Scenes and Characters Illustrating Christian Truth. Volume 3 Home. (1837) (Author: Ware,     Henry, 1764-1845, ed; Savage, Sarah, 1785-1837; Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot, 1787-1860;   Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, 1789-1867; Tuckerman, Joseph, 1778-1840; Lee, Hannah Farnham          Sawyer, 1780-1865; Hall, Louisa J. (Louisa Jane), 1802-1892) (v. 1. Trial and self-discipline, by S.                   Savage.--v. 2. The skeptic, by E.L.C. Follen.--v. 3. Home, by C.M. Sedgwick,--v. 4. Gleams of truth,                or, Scenes from real life, by J. Tuckerman.--v. 5. The backslider, by H.F.S. Lee. -- v. 6. Alfred, by L.J.P. Hall.)

6               Scenes and Characters Illustrating Christian Truth. Volume 4 Gleams of Truth; or, Scenes from                 Real Life. (1835) (Author: Ware, Henry, 1764-1845, ed; Savage, Sarah, 1785-1837; Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot, 1787-1860; Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, 1789-1867; Tuckerman, Joseph, 1778-1840;     Lee, Hannah Farnham Sawyer, 1780-1865; Hall, Louisa J. (Louisa Jane), 1802-1892) (v. 1. Trial            and self-discipline, by S. Savage.--v. 2. The skeptic, by E.L.C. Follen.--v. 3. Home, by C.M.   Sedgwick,--v. 4. Gleams of truth, or, Scenes from real life, by J. Tuckerman.--v. 5. The backslider,              by H.F.S. Lee. -- v. 6. Alfred, by L.J.P. Hall.)

7               Scenes and Characters Illustrating Christian Truth. Volume 5 The Backslider. (1835)     (Author: Ware, Henry, 1764-1845, ed; Savage, Sarah, 1785-1837; Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot,          1787-1860; Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, 1789-1867; Tuckerman, Joseph, 1778-1840; Lee,     Hannah Farnham Sawyer, 1780-1865; Hall, Louisa J. (Louisa Jane), 1802-1892) (v. 1. Trial and   self-discipline, by S. Savage.--v. 2. The skeptic, by E.L.C. Follen.--v. 3. Home, by C.M.        Sedgwick,--v. 4. Gleams of truth, or, Scenes from real life, by J. Tuckerman.--v. 5. The backslider,         by H.F.S. Lee. -- v. 6. Alfred, by L.J.P. Hall.)

 


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1               Memoirs of the Life and Character of Mrs. Sarah Savage, Eldest Daughter of the Rev. Philip Henry, A. M., by Sir J. B. Williams, LL. D., F. S. A.; with a Recommendatory Preface by the Rev. William Jay, of Bath: To which are added, Memoirs of the Life and Character of Mrs. Anne Hulton and Mrs. Eleanor Radford, Daughters of the Rev. Philip Henry, A. M., by their Brother, Matthew Henry, V. D. M.; To which are appended, The Death of the Mother of Mrs. Savage, A Sermon, by the Rev. Matthew Henry, and The Death of the Rev. Matthew Henry(1845) (Author: Williams, John Bickerton, Sir, 1792-1855; Jay, William, 1769-1853; Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714
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Savage, Sarah, 1664-1752; Hulton, Ann, 1668-1697; Radford, Eleanor, 1667-1697)

 



Savage, Sarah Chauncey (1817-1895)

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1               Manoah: or, Promise of the Life that now Is. (1865)

2               The Right use of Speech. (1863)

3               This One Thing I Do. A Call to Christian Earnestness addressed to New Disciples. (1860)

 


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1               A Collection of Chinese Proverbs Translated and Arranged. By William Scarborough, Wesleyan                Missionary, Hankow. With an Introduction, Notes, and Copious Index. (1875)

 


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1               A Catechism for Sunday Schools and Families. In Fifty-Two Lessons. With Proof-Texts and Notes.             By Philip Schaff, D.D., Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. From Home to the        School; From the School to the Church; From the Church to Heaven. Revised Edition. (1862)

2               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 1 (1869) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (A General Introduction and the Book of Genesis.)

3               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 2 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Exodus and Leviticus.)

4               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 3 (1884) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Numbers and Deuteronomy.)

5               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 4 (1872) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Joshua, Judges, and Ruth.)

6               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 5 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (First and Second Samuel.)

7               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 6 (1872) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (First and Second Kings.)

8               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 7 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (First and Second Chronicles.)

9               A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 8 (1872) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Book of Job.)

10            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 9 (1872) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;             Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Psalms.)

11            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 10 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon.)

12            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 11 (1884) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Isaiah.)

13            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 12 (1871) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Jeremiah and Lamentations.)

14            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 13 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (Ezekiel and Daniel.)

15            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 14 (1886) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Minor Prophets.)

16            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The Old   Testament in Fifteen Volumes. Volume 15 (1885) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Apocrypha.)

17            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 1 (1865) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (A General Introduction and the Gospel according to Matthew.)

18            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 2 (1866) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Gospel according to Mark and the Gospel according to Luke.)

19            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 3 (1872) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Gospel of John.)

20            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 4 (1866) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Acts of the Apostles.)

21            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 5 (1872) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Epistle to the Romans.)

22            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 6 (1870) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The First and Second Epistles to the Corinthians.)

23            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 7 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Epistles of Paul to the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians.)

24            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 8 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Epistles to the Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, Philemon, and the           Hebrews.)

25            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 9 (1867) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Epistles General of James, Peter, John, and Jude.)

26            A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special              Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.D., in connection with a number of     Eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and Edited, with Additions, by Philip                 Schaff, D.D., assisted by American Scholars of various Evangelical Denominations. The New                   Testament in Ten Volumes. Volume 10 (1868) (Author: Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884;   Schaff,             Philip, 1819-1893) (The Revelation of John, and a General Alphabetical Index to all the               Volumes of the New Testament.)

27            A Companion to the Greek Testament and the English Version. By Philip Schaff, D.D., President                of the American Committee on Revision. With Facsimile Illustrations of Mss. and Standard      Editions of the New Testament. (1883)

28            A Library of Religious Poetry. A Collection of the Best Poems of all Ages and Tongues. With         Biographical and Literary Notes. Edited by Philip Schaff, D.D., LL.D., and Arthur Gilman, M.A.        (1881)

29            A Religious Encyclopedia: or, Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology.           Based on the Real Encyclopedia of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck. Together with an Encyclopedia of              Living Divines and Christian Workers of all Denominations in Europe and America. In Four         Volumes. Volume 1 (1891) (Author: Herzog, J. J. (Johann Jakob), 1805-1882; Schaff, Philip,        1819-1893; Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941)      (I. List of Writers. II. Index to the Four Volumes. III. Index to Encyclopedia of Living Divines. IV. A               to D. V. The Didache.)

30            A Religious Encyclopedia: or, Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology.           Based on the Real Encyclopedia of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck. Together with an Encyclopedia of              Living Divines and Christian Workers of all Denominations in Europe and America. In Four         Volumes. Volume 2 (1891) (Author: Herzog, J. J. (Johann Jakob), 1805-1882; Schaff, Philip,        1819-1893; Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941)      (E to I.)

31            A Religious Encyclopedia: or, Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology.           Based on the Real Encyclopedia of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck. Together with an Encyclopedia of              Living Divines and Christian Workers of all Denominations in Europe and America. In Four         Volumes. Volume 3 (1891) (Author: Herzog, J. J. (Johann Jakob), 1805-1882; Schaff, Philip,        1819-1893; Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941)      (M to R.)

32            A Religious Encyclopedia: or, Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology.           Based on the Real Encyclopedia of Herzog, Plitt, and Hauck. Together with an Encyclopedia of              Living Divines and Christian Workers of all Denominations in Europe and America. In Four         Volumes. Volume 4 (1891) (Author: Herzog, J. J. (Johann Jakob), 1805-1882; Schaff, Philip,        1819-1893; Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941)      ( I. S to Z. II. Appendix to Religious Encyclopedia. III. Analysis. IV. Pronouncing Vocabulary. V.     Encyclopedia of Living Divines. VI. Explanatory Note. VII. A to Z. VIII. First Appendix. IX. Second        Appendix.)

33            America: A Sketch of the Political, Social, and Religious Character of the United States of North               America, in Two Lectures, Delivered at Berlin, with a Report before the German Church Diet at            Frankfort-on-the-Maine, September, 1854. (1855)

34            Berlin 1842 - New York 1892: The Semi-Centennial of Philip Schaff. (1893)

35            Bibliotheca Symbolica Ecclesiae Universalis. The Creeds of Christendom, with a History and   Critical Notes. Third Edition - Revised and Enlarged. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1881) (The                  History of Creeds.)

36            Bibliotheca Symbolica Ecclesiae Universalis. The Creeds of Christendom, with a History and   Critical Notes. Third Edition - Revised and Enlarged. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1882) (The                  Greek and Latin Creeds, with Translations.)

37            Bibliotheca Symbolica Ecclesiae Universalis. The Creeds of Christendom, with a History and   Critical Notes. Third Edition - Revised and Enlarged. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1882) (The                  Evangelical Protestant Creeds, with Translations.)

38            Christ in Song. Hymns of Immanuel. Selected from all Ages, with Notes. (1870)

39            Church and State in the United States; or, The American Idea of Religious Liberty and its Practical         Effects, with Official Documents. By Philip Schaff, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Church History in the    Union Theological Seminary in New York. (1888)

40            Encyclopedia of Living Divines and Christian Workers of all Denominations in Europe and          America; Being a Supplement to Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. (1887)                   (Author: Schaff-Herzog encyclopedia; Herzog, Johann Jakob, 1805-1882; Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893, ed; Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912, joint ed)

41            Germany; its Universities, Theology, and Religion; with sketches of Neander, Tholuck,                  Olshausen, Hengstenberg, Twesten, Nitzsch, Muller, Ullmann, Rothe, Dorner, Lange, Ebrard,                 Wichern, and other distinguished German Divines of the age. (1857) (Author: Schaff, Philip,             1819-1893)

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

43            History of Modern Philosophy. From Thales to the Present Time. In Two Volumes. Volume 1      (1889) (History of the Ancient and Mediaeval Philosophy.) (Author: Ueberweg, Friedrich, 1826-    1871; Morris, George Sylvester, 1840-1889; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1876; Schaff, Philip,         1819-1893; Porter, Noah, 1811-1892; Botta, Vincenzo, 1818-1894)

44            History of Modern Philosophy. From Thales to the Present Time. In Two Volumes. Volume 2      (1872) (History of Modern Philosophy.) (Author: Ueberweg, Friedrich, 1826-1871; Morris,   George Sylvester, 1840-1889; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1876; Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893;           Porter, Noah, 1811-1892; Botta, Vincenzo, 1818-1894)

45            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 1 (1889) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (Apostolic Christianity.) (A. D.  1-100.)

46            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 2 (1914) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (Ante-Nicene Christianity.) (A. D.  100-325.)

47            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 3 (1891) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (Nicene and Post-Nicene Christianity. From        Constantine the Great to Gregory the Great.) (A. D.  311-600.)

48            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 4 (1913) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (Mediaeval Christianity. From Gregory I to           Gregory VII.) (A. D.  590-1072.)

49            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 5 Part 1 (1907) (Author: Schaff, Philip,       1819-1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (The Middle Ages.) (From Gregory VII,         1049 to Boniface VIII, 1294.)

50            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 5 Part 2 (1910) (Author: Schaff, Philip,       1819-1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (The Middle Ages.) (From Boniface VIII,     1294 to the Protestant Reformation, 1517.)

51            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 6 (1888) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (Modern Christianity. The German           Reformation) (A. D.  1517-1530.)

52            History of the Christian Church. In Eight Volumes. Volume 7 (1892) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-       1893; Schaff, David S. (David Schley), 1852-1941) (Modern Christianity.) (The Swiss              Reformation.)

53            Literature and Poetry: Studies in the English Language; the Poetry of the Bible; the Dies Irae; the           Stabat Mater; the Hymns of St. Bernard; the University; Ancient and Modern; Dante Alighieri;             the Divinea Commedia. (1890) (Subject: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321)

54            Other Heresy Trials and the Briggs Case. (1892) (Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus),         1841-1913; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A)

55            Passion Week in Rome Fifty Years Ago. (1895)

56            Protestantism in Italy: Its Progress and Peculiarities, with a Chapter on Romanism and              Revolutions. (1858) (Author: Dunn, Henry, 1800-1878) (With: What is church history? / by Philip              Schaff. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott, 1846. -- Church membership / by John Kelly. London : John              Snow, Ivy Lane, 1868. -- Bartholomews day, 1662 / by John Kelly. London : John Snow ; Liverpool                  : Archibald Ferguson, 1862. -- Two hundred years ago / by D. Mountfield. London : Kent ;         Shrewsbury : J. O. Sandford, 1862)

57            Saint Augustin, Melanchthon, Neander. Three Biographies. (1886)

58            Slavery and the Bible. A Tract for the Times. (1861)

59            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 1 (1893) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (The Religious Forces of the United States; Enumerated,     Classified, and Described on the basis of the Government Census of 1890. With an introduction       on the Condition and Character of American Christianity.)

60            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 2 (1894) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Baptist Churches in the United States.)

61            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 3 (1894) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Congregational Churches in the United      States.)

62            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 4 (1897) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the               United States.)

63            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 5 (1899) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Methodists in the United States.)

64            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 6 (1895) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Presbyterian Churches in the United           States.)

 65           The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 7 (1895) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the               United  States of America.)

66            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 8 (1895) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Reformed Church, Dutch, the           Reformed Church, German, and the Moravian Church in the United States.)

67            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 9 (1899) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;       Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Roman Catholic Church in the United          States.)

68            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 10 (1894) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;     Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Unitarians and Universalists in the               United States.)

69            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 11 (1894) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;     Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Methodist Church, South, the United           Presbyterian Church, the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and the Presbyterian Church, South     in the United States.)

70            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 12 (1894) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;     Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of the Disciples of Christ, the Society of Friends, the United Brethren in Christ, and the Evangelical Association, together with a                   Bibliography of American Church History.)

71            The American Church History Series. Consisting of a series of Denominational Histories              Published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History. In Twelve Volumes.        Volume 13 (1897) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908;     Jackson, Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912) (A History of American Christianity.)

72            The Harmony of the Reformed Confessions, as Related to the Present State of Evangelical         Theology. An Essay delivered before the General Presbyterian Council at Edinburgh, July 4, 1877.               Together with the Action of The Council on Confessions and Formulas of Subscription. (1877)

73            The Life and Labors of St. Augustine. (1854) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Porter, Thomas         Conrad, 1822-1901, tr)

74            The Life of Philip Schaff in part Autobiographical. (1897) (Author: Schaff, David S. (David       Schley), 1852-1941)

75            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 1 (1908) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Aachen - Basilians.)

76            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 2 (1908) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Basilica - Chambers.)

77            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 3 (1909) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Chamier - Draendorf.)

78            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 4 (1909) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Draeseke - Goa.)

79            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 5 (1909) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Goar - Innocent.)

80            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 6 (1910) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Innocents - Liudger.)

81            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 7 (1910) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Liutprand - Moralities.)

82            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 8 (1910) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Morality - Petersen.)

83            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 9 (1911) (Author: Johann Jakob           Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Petri - Reuchlin.)

84            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 10 (1911) (Author: Johann Jakob         Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Reusch - Son of God.)

85            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 11 (1911) (Author: Johann Jakob         Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Son of Man - Tremellius.)

86            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 12 (1912) (Author: Johann Jakob         Herzog , Philip Schaff , Albert Hauck) (Trench - Zwingli. Appendix.)

87            The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Embracing Biblical, Historical,    Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the   Earliest Times to the Present Day. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 13 (1914) (Author: Herzog,      Johann Jakob, 1805-1882; Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Hauck, Albert, 1845-1918; Jackson,          Samuel Macauley, 1851-1912, ed; Sherman, Charles Colebrook, 1860-1927, joint ed; Gilmore,          George William, 1858-1933, joint ed) (Index.)

88            The Oldest Church Manual (A. D.  90-100) Called the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles. The          Didache and Kindred Documents in the Original with Translations and Discussions of Post-   Apostolic Teaching, Baptism, Worship, and Discipline, and with Illustrations and Fac-Similes of              the Jerusalem Manuscript. (1880)

89            The Person of Christ: The Miracle of History. A Reply to Strauss and Renan, and a Collection of                  Testimonies of Unbelievers. (1866)

90            The Person of Christ: The Perfection of His Humanity Viewed as a Proof of His Divinity. (1880)

91            The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church. (1845)

92            The Renaissance: The Revival of Learning and Art in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries.   (1891)

93            The Romance of M. Renan, and the Christ of the Gospels. (1868) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-           1893; Roussel, Napoleon, 1805-1878 Subject: Renan, Ernest, 1823-1892)

94            The Vatican Decrees in their Bearing on Civil Allegiance; A Political Expostulation. To which are              added: A History of the Vatican Council; Together with the Latin and English Text of the Papal        Syllabus and the Vatican Decrees. (1875) (Author: Gladstone, W. E. (William Ewart), 1809-1898;       Catholic Church. Pope (1846-1878 : Pius IX). Syllabus errorum; Vatican Council (1st : 1869-  1870). Acta et decreta; Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893)

95            Theological Propaedeutic; A General Introduction to the Study of Theology, Exegetical,                Historical, Systematic, and Practical, including Encyclopedia, Methodology, and Bibliography; A              Manual for Students. Part 1 (1893) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Jackson, Samuel       Macauley, 1851-1912)

96            Theological Propaedeutic; A General Introduction to the Study of Theology, Exegetical,                Historical, Systematic, and Practical, including Encyclopedia, Methodology, and Bibliography; A              Manual for Students. Part 2 (1893) (Author: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893; Jackson, Samuel       Macauley, 1851-1912)

97            Through Bible Lands: Notes of Travel in Egypt, the Desert, and Palestine. (1873)




Schenck, Ferdinand Schureman (Reformed Church in America) (1845-1925)

Reformed Beliefs S

1               Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. (1920) (Lord’s Days 1-6 and 23-33)

2               Modern Practical Theology. A Manual of Homiletics, Liturgics, Poimenics, Archagics, Pedagogy, Sociology, and the English Bible. (1903)

3               The Apostles' Creed in the Twentieth Century: or, Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. (1918) (Lord's Days 7-22)

4               The Celebration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Reformed Church, Montgomery, Orange County, New York. (1882)

5               The Oratory and Poetry of the Bible. By Ferdinand S. Schenck, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Preaching in the Theological Seminary at New Brunswick, New Jersey. (1915)

6               The Sociology of the Bible. (1909)

7               The Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer. A Sociological Study or Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. (1902) (Lord's Days 34-52)

 


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1               A Historical Account of the First Presbyterian Church of Princeton, New Jersey Being a Sermon Preached on Thanksgiving Day, December 12, 1850. (1850)

2               Biography of the Class of 1838 of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton, New Jersey. (1889)

3               Children in Heaven: or, The Infant Dead Redeemed by the Blood of Jesus. With Words of Consolation to Bereaved Parents. (1865)

4               In Memoriam. A Discourse Commemorative of the Life, Labors, and Character of the Late Rev. Phineas Densmore Gurley, D. D., Pastor of the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church of Washington, D. C., Delivered in said Church on Sabbath, December 13, 1868. At the request of the Session thereof. (1869) (Subject: Gurley, P. D. (Phineas Densmore), 1816-1868)

5               Nearing Home: Comforts and Counsels for the Aged. (1868)

6               The Parting Commendation. A Farewell Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, at Princeton, New Jersey, On April 4, 1852. (1852)

 


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1               A Word to Christian Teachers and Students for the Ministry. (1877)

2               After Death and Other Mysteries. (1898)

3               Children of God and Union with Christ Part I. by Samuel B. Schieffelin. With a Prefatory Note by Rev. John Hall, D.D., New York. (1896)

4               Children's Bread. A Bible Catechism Compiled to Aid Parents and Teachers. Being a Sequel to the Catechism for Infant-Classes, Entitled, "Milk for Babes." (1874)

5               The Doomed City. By a Presbyter. (1869)

6               The Foundations of History, a Series of First Things. (1863)

7               The People's Hymn Book. A Selection of the most Popular Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, in their Appropriate Tunes. (1887)

 


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1               The Life of Rev. Michael Schlatter; With a full Account of his Travels and Labors Among the Germans in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Virginia; Including his Services as Chaplain in the French and Indian War, and in the War of the Revolution. 1716 to 1790. By Rev. H. Harbaugh, A.M., Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. (1857) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867)

 


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1               Outlines of Church History. (1907) (Author: Schubert, Hans von, 1859-1931; Canney, Maurice A.      (Maurice Arthur), 1872-1942; Gardner, Alice, 1854-1927)

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

 


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

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

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

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

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

 


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1               An Enquiry into the Constitution, Discipline, Unity, and Worship of the Primitive Church, that Flourished within the First Three Hundred Years after Christ. By Lord Peter King. In Two Parts. Part 1. With Remarks and an Appendix, the Whole comprising an abridgment of an "Original Draught of the Primitive Church," in Answer to the above Mentioned Discourse. By a Clergyman of the Church of England. (1843) (Author: King, Peter King, 1st baron, 1669-1734)

2               An Inquiry into the Constitution, Discipline, Unity, and Worship, of the Primitive Church, that Flourished within the First Three Hundred Years after Christ. Faithfully collected out of the Fathers and Extant Writings of those Ages. By Peter King, Lord High Chancellor of England. With an Introduction by the American Editor. (1841) (Author: King, Peter King, Lord, 1669-1734)

3               An Original Draught of the Primitive Church, in Answer to a Discourse, Entitled, "An Enquiry into the Constitution, Discipline, Unity, and Worship, of the Primitive Church, that Flourished within the First Three Hundred Years after Christ." By Lord Chancellor King. By a Presbyter of the Church of England. First American Edition. (1833)

 


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1               An Apologetical Narration of the State and Government of the Kirk of Scotland since the             Reformation: By William Scot, Minister of Cupar. Certain Records Touching the Estate of the Kirk                  in the Years 1605 and 1606. By John Forbes, Minister of Alford. (1846) (Author: Scot, William,            1558-1642; Forbes, John, 1568?-1634.)

2               The Course of Conformity, As it I. Has Proceeded. II. Is Concluded. III. Should be Refused. (1622)

 


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1               Ten Years in My First Charge. By Alexander Hugh Scott, M.A. (1891)

 



Scott, Charles Ernest (Presbyterian) (1876-1961)

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1               Student's Lectures on Missions. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1914-1915. China from Within:           Impressions and Experiences. By Charles Ernest Scott, M.A., D.D., Missionary of the Presbyterian              Church, Tsingtau, China. Introduction by Rev. J. Ross Stevenson, D.D., LL.D., President of            Princeton Theological Seminary. (1917)

 


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1               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 1 (1915) (Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale.)

2               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 2 (1917) (Synods of Merse and Teviotdale Dumfries, and Galloway. )

3               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 3 (1920) (Synod of Glasgow and Ayr.)

4               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 4 (1923) (Synods of Argyll, Perth, and Stirling.)

5               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1925) (Synods of Fife, Angus, and Mearns.)

6               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1926) (Synods of Aberdeen and Moray.)

7               Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanea; The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. In Seven Volumes. Volume 7 (1928) (Synods of Ross, Sutherland, and Caithness Glenelg, Orkney, and of Shetland, The Church in England, Ireland, and Overseas.)

 



Scott, James (Dutch Reformed - R.C.A.) (?-1858)

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1               A Hand-Book of English Orthography, Embracing the choice Gothic, Celtic, French, Latin, and    Greek Words of the English Language, on the Basis of the Hand-Book of Anglo-Saxon            Orthography. In Three Parts. I. The Materials of the Orthography. II. Studies in the Orthography.              III. English Etymology. (1853) (Author: Scott, James, d. 1858. [from old catalog]; Chapman, John   L.)

2               The Guardian Angel. A Poem in Three Books. By James Scott, D.D., Late Pastor of the First           Reformed Dutch Church, Newark, New Jersey. (1859)

3               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)

 



Scott, Thomas (Anglican) (1747-1821)

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1               A Refutation of Calvinism: On which the Doctrines of Original Sin, Grace, Regeneration,               Justification, and Universal Redemption are Explained; and the Peculiar Tenets maintained by          Calvin upon those points are Proved to be contrary to Scripture, to the Writings of the Ancient                Fathers of the Christian Church, and to the Public Formularies of the Church of England. (1811)             (Author: Pretyman, George, 1750-1827)

2               Remarks on the Refutation of Calvinism, by George Tomline, D.D., F.R.S., Lord Bishop of Lincoln,              and Dean of St. Paul's, London. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Two                 Volumes. Volume 1 (1817) (Author: Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821; Pretyman, George, 1750-1827)

3               Remarks on the Refutation of Calvinism, by George Tomline, D.D., F.R.S., Lord Bishop of Lincoln,              and Dean of St. Paul's, London. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. In Two                 Volumes. Volume 2 (1817) (Author: Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821; Pretyman, George, 1750-1827)

4               Remarks on the Refutation of Calvinism, by George Tomline, D.D., F.R.S., Lord Bishop of Lincoln,              and Dean of St. Paul's, London. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. The Second      Edition. Carefully Revised and Improved, with many Additions and Retrenchments. (1817)        (Author: Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821; Pretyman, George, 1750-1827)

5               The Holy Bible; Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version;                 With Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. A New             Edition. With the Author's Last Corrections and Improvements; and Eighty-Four Illustrative Maps          and Engravings. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1866) (Genesis-Judges.)

6               The Holy Bible; Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version;                 With Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. A New             Edition. With the Author's Last Corrections and Improvements; and Eighty-Four Illustrative Maps          and Engravings. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1866) (Ruth-Esther)

7               The Holy Bible; Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version;                 With Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. A New             Edition. With the Author's Last Corrections and Improvements; and Eighty-Four Illustrative Maps          and Engravings. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1866) (Job-Song of Solomon.)

8               The Holy Bible; Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version;                 With Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. A New             Edition. With the Author's Last Corrections and Improvements; and Eighty-Four Illustrative Maps          and Engravings. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1866) (Isaiah-Malachi.)

9               The Holy Bible; Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version;                 With Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. A New             Edition. With the Author's Last Corrections and Improvements; and Eighty-Four Illustrative Maps          and Engravings. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1866) (Matthew-Acts.)

10            The Holy Bible; Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version;                 With Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and Copious Marginal References. A New             Edition. With the Author's Last Corrections and Improvements; and Eighty-Four Illustrative Maps          and Engravings. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1866) (Romans-Revelation.)

11            The Life of the Rev. Thomas Scott, D.D., Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Including a Narrative                  drawn up by himself, and Copious Extracts of his Letters. By John Scott, A.M. Vicar of North            Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. (1828) (Author: Scott, John, 1777-1834 Subject: Scott,        Thomas, 1747-1821)

12            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 1 (1823) (I.               The Force of Truth. II. A Discourse upon Repentance. III. A Treatise on Growth in Grace. IV. A     Sermon on Election and Final Perseverance. V. The Warrant and Nature of Faith in Christ.)

13            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 2 (1823) (I.               Essays on the most Important Subjects in Religion.)

14            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 5 (1823) (I.               The Right of God. II. Answer to Paine's, "Age of Reason." III. Tract on Civil Government. IV.            Sermons on Public Occasions.)

15            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 6 (1823) (I.               Sermons Etc. for Public Institutions. II. Thoughts on Prostitution. III. Hints to Patients in              Hospitals. IV. Funeral Sermons.)

16            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 7 (1823) (I.               Evangelical Doctrines Stated and Defended: in Remarks on the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of                   Winchester's, "Refutation of Calvinism.")

17            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 8 (1823) (I.               The Latter part of the Answer to Bishop Tomline's "Refutation of Calvinism:" and the Synod of                   Dort.)

18            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 9 (1823) (I.               An Answer to Rabbi Crooll. II. Letters, Etc. on Ecclesiastical Establishments.)

19            The Works of the Late Rev Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks: Edited by John Scott,               A.M. Vicar of North Ferriby, and Minister of St. Mary's, Hull. In Ten Volumes. Volume 10 (1823)                 (I. Prayers for Families. II. Detached Papers. III. Posthumous Sermons.)

20            Theological Works Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas                  Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks. First American Edition. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1810)            (I. The Force of Truth, an Authentic Narrative. II. Fifteen Sermons on Select Subjects.)

21            Theological Works Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas                  Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks. First American Edition. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1810)            (I. Sermons Preached on Particular Occasions.)

22            Theological Works Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas                  Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks. First American Edition. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1810)            (I. Funeral Sermons. II. Missionary Sermons. III. Rights of God. IV. Answer to Thomas Paine. V.                    Civil Government and the Duties of Subjects.)

23            Theological Works Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas                  Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks. First American Edition. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1810)            (I. A Discourse upon Repentance. II. The Warrant and Nature of Faith in Christ. III. A Treatise on               Growing in Grace. IV. Hints for the Consideration of Patients in Hospitals. V. Detached Papers.      VI. Family Prayers.)

24            Theological Works Published at Different Times, and now Collected into Volumes. By Thomas                  Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks. First American Edition. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1810)            (I. Essays on the most Important Subjects of Religion.)

25            Thomas Scott the Commentator. A Memoir of his Life. With some Account of his Principal          Writings and an Estimate of his position and Influence in the Church with Illustrations. By the      Rev. A. C. Downer, M.A., D.D., Oxon. Incumbent of Christ Church, Harrow Road, and Chaplain to               Lock Hospital and Rescue Home. (1909) (Author: Downer, A. C)

 


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1               A Discourse for the Times. By Rev. Dr. Scott. Delivered in Calvary Church, Sunday, July 27, 1856.              Education, and not Punishment, the True Remedy for the Wrong-Doings and Disorders of                   Society. (1856)

2               Brief History of the Trial of the Rev. William A. Scott, D.D., from its Commencement before the                 late Presbytery of New Orleans, in July, 1845, to its "Termination" by the General Assembly, in         May, 1847. With Important Documents and Grave Disclosures never before published. By James          Smylie, a Member of the Presbytery of Louisiana. (1847) (Author: Smylie, James Subject: Scott,          W. A. (William Anderson), 1813-1885)

3               Daniel, A Model for Young Men. A Series of Lectures. (1854)

4               Emigration of the Free and Emancipated Negros to Africa, an Address Delivered at the Annual meeting of the Louisiana State Colonization Society, in the Presbyterian Church on Lafayette Square, March 7, 1850 and repeated at the request of the same Society in Lyceum Hall, Sunday Evening, December 19, 1852. (1853)

5               Esther; The Hebrew-Persian Queen. (1859)

6               Gospel Minister's Character and Platform. A Sermon Preached in the Third Presbyterian Church,           New Orleans, April 16, 1854, at the Installation of Rev. James Richards, D.D., as Pastor, by Rev.     W. A. Scott, D.D. Also, the Charges to the Pastor and People, Rev. Messrs. Woodbridge and      Henderson. (1854)

7               Lecture on the Chinese Empire, Delivered before the Mechanic's Institute, on Thursday Evening,           January 26th, 1854. (1854)

8               Moses and the Pentateuch: A Reply to Bishop Colenso. (1863)

9               The Bible and Politics: or, A Humble plea for Equal, Perfect, Absolute Religious Freedom, and                    against all Sectarianism in our Public Schools. (1859)

10            The Centurions of the Gospel: With Discourses on; "The Choice of a Profession," "Our Responsibility for our Fellow Men," and the "Piety and Patriotism of Praying for our Rulers." (1868)

11            The Christ of the Apostle's Creed: The Voice of the Church against Arianism, Straus, and Renan, with an Appendix. (1867)

12            The Church in the Army; or, The Four Centurions. (1862)

13            The Giant Judge: or, The Story of Sampson. (1858)

14            The Pacific Expositor. Volume 1 (1860)

15            The Pacific Expositor. Volume 2 (1861)

16            The Pacific Expositor. Volume 3 (1862) (January)

17            The Responsibility of Young Men for their Influence on Society. (1869)

18            Trade and Letters: Their Journeys around the World. Three Discourses, delivered before the Mercantile Library Association of San Francisco. (1856)

 


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1               Discourses on Important Subjects. (1751) (Author: Scougal, Henry, 1650-1678; Garden, George,      1649-1733)

2               Piety without Asceticism, or, The Protestant Kempis: A Manual of Christian Faith and Practice,               selected from the Writings of Scougal, Charles How, and Cudworth, with Corrections, and    Occasional Notes. By John Jebb, D.D., F.R.S., Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe. (1830)                   (Author: Jebb, John, 1775-1833; Scougal, Henry, 1650-1678; How, Charles; Cudworth, Ralph,      1617-1688)

3               The Life of God in the Soul of Man (1868)

4               The Life of God in the Soul of Man or The Nature and Excellency of the Christian Religion. With the Methods of Obtaining the Happiness which it Proposes. Also An Account of the Beginnings and Advances of a Spiritual Life. With a Preface, by Gilbert Burnet, Late Lord Bishop of Sarum. (1792)

5               The Works of the Rev. Henry Scougal: I. The Life of God in the Soul of Man. II. The Superior            Excellency of the Religious. III. The Indispensable Duty of Loving our Enemies. IV. The Necessity   and Advantage of Early Afflictions. V. That there are but a Small Number Saved. VI. The Duty and             Pleasure of Praise and Thanksgiving. VII. On the Nativity of Our Savior. VIII. On the Passion of           Our Savior. IX. A Preparation for the Holy Sacrament. X. The Importance and Difficulty of the                   Ministerial Function. Together with his Funeral Sermon by the Rev. Dr. Garden; and an Account              of his Life and Writings. (1839) (Author: Scougal, Henry, 1650-1678; Garden, George, 1649- 1733)

 


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1               Pray for the Holy Spirit. Part I. Why Christians should Earnestly Seek this Priceless Gift for themselves. Part II. The Duty of Seeking the Holy Spirit for the Church of Christ and for this Fallen World. (1875)

2               Pray for your Children; or, an Appeal to the Parents to Pray Continually for the Welfare and Salvation of their Children. By the Rev. William Scribner. With a Prefatory Note by the Rev. L. H. Atwater, D.D. (1873) (Author: Scribner, William, 1820-1884; Atwater, Lyman Hotchkiss, 1813-1883)

3               "These Little Ones ." What God has Commanded touching their Church Membership, and what He has Graciously Promised concerning their Salvation. By the Rev. William Scribner. (1873)

 



Scudder, John (1793-1855)

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1               A Voice from the East to the Young, in a series of Letters to the Children of the Protestant          Reformed Dutch Church of North America. (1856)

2               An Appeal to Christian Mothers in Behalf of the Heathen. (1840)

3               Dr. Scudder's Tales for Little Readers about the Heathen. (1849)

4               Letters to Sabbath School Children on the Condition of the Heathen. (1843)

5               Memoir of the Rev. John Scudder, M. D., Thirty-Six Years Missionary in India. By Rev. J. B.             Waterbury, D.D. (1870) (Author: Waterbury, J. B. (Jared Bell), 1799-1876)

6               Ministers of Mercy. (1919) (Theodore Leighton Pennell.--Christine Iverson Bennett.--Fred          Douglas Shepard.--James Curtis Hepburn.--Joseph Plumb Cochran.--Catherine L. Mabie.--Peter    Parker.--John Kenneth Mackenzie.--The Neves of Kashmir.--John Scudder.)

7               Seventy Years in the Madura Mission. A History of the Mission in South India. Under the             American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A. By John                 S. Chandler. (1912)

 



Seccombe, Joseph (Congregationalist) (1706-1760)

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1               Business and Diversion Inoffensive to God, and necessary for the Comfort and Support of human           Society. A Discourse uttered in part at Ammauskeeg-Falls, in the Fishing-Season. 1739. By Rev.               Joseph                    Seccombe, M.A. Reprint, 1892. (1892)

 


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1               An Exposition of the Confession of Faith of the Westminster Divines. By the Rev. Robert Shaw,                  Whitburn. With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. William M. Hetherington, LL.D., St. Andrews.     Second Edition. (1846)

 


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1               The Works of Rev. Samuel Shaw, M.A. Minister of the Gospel in London. First American from the              English Editions, Corrected and Improved. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1821) (I. Memoirs of the     Life of the Author. II. The Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness: or, The Business of a Christian;                In Several Sermons, First Preached to his own Family, and now made Public. 1. A Welcome to       the Plague. 2. A Farewell to Life. 3. III. The Angelic Life.  Immanuel: or, A Discovery of True              Religion as it Imports a living Principle in the Minds of Men. IV. Communion with the Deity.)

2               The Works of Rev. Samuel Shaw, M.A. Minister of the Gospel in London. First American from the              English Editions, Corrected and Improved. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1821) (The True       Christian's Test; or, A Discovery of the Love and Lovers of the World. In Two Parts. I. Of Man      Considered in his Moral Capacity, in One-Hundred Meditations, derived from I John 2:15. II. Of                   Man Considered in his Political Capacity, in Forty-Nine Meditations, derived from I John 2:15.)

 


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1               Modern Mysticism; or, the Covenants of the Spirit, Their Scope and Limitations. (1905)

2               Selected Old Testament Studies. (1909)

3               Studies in the Life of Christ. (1907)

4               The Canon of Scripture: Is it Divinely Authenticated? (1893) (Reprinted from the Presbyterian                   Quarterly.)

5               The Scriptures, Fundamental Facts and Features. (1908)

 


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1               Islam and the Oriental Churches, their Historical Relations. Students' Lectures on Missions    Princeton Theological Seminary 1902-3. By William Ambrose Shedd, M.A., Missionary of the                American Presbyterian Church in Persia. (1904)

2               The Measure of a Man: The Life of William Ambrose Shedd, Missionary to Persia. By Mary Lewis              Shedd. With an Introduction by Robert E. Speer. Illustrated.(1922) (Author: Shedd, Mary Lewis;           Speer, Robert E. (Robert Elliott), 1867-1947 Subject: Shedd, William Ambrose, 1865-1918;             Shedd, Louise Wilbur, 1868-1915)

 


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1               A Critical and Doctrinal Commentary upon the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Romans. (1879)

2               A History of Christian Doctrine. Third Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1863)

3               A History of Christian Doctrine. Third Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1863)

4               A Manual of Church History. By Henry E. F. Guericke, Doctor and Professor of Theology in Halle.                Translated from the German by William G. T. Shedd, Brown Professor in Andover Theological                Seminary. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1872) (Author: Guericke, Heinrich Ernst Ferdinand, 1803-        1878; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894) (Ancient Church History, comprising the           First Six Centuries.)

5               A Manual of Church History. By Henry E. F. Guericke, Doctor and Professor of Theology in Halle.                Translated from the German by William G. T. Shedd, Brown Professor in Andover Theological                Seminary. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1870) (Author: Guericke, Heinrich Ernst Ferdinand, 1803-        1878; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894) (Mediaeval Church History, A.D. 590-A.D.        1073)

6               A Sermon, Preached at the Installation of Rev. Francis B. Wheeler, in Brandon, Vermont, May 29,          1850. (1850) (Subject: Wheeler, Francis Brown, 1818-1895)

7               Africa and Colonization. An Address Delivered before the Massachusetts Colonization Society,               May 27, 1857. (1857)

8               Calvinism: Pure and Mixed. A Defense of the Westminster Standards. (1893)

9               Christ's Second Coming: Is it Pre-Millennial or Post-Millennial? (The Great Question of the Day),              Scripturally, Historically, and Philosophically Considered. With a reply to Professor Shedd on                "Eschatology," or the Millenarianism or Chiliasm of the Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern Church.          Also, remarks on an Article Written upon the same Subject by the Rev. E. F. Hatfield, D.D. By the        Rev. Richard Cunningham Shimeall, Member of the Presbytery of New York. (1866) (Author:         Shimeall, R. C. (Richard Cunningham), 1803-1874; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-        1894; Hatfield, Edwin F. (Edwin Francis), 1807-1883)

10            Discourses and Essays. (1856) (The method, and influence, of theological studies.--The true    nature of the beautiful, and its relation to culture.--The characteristics, and importance, of a    natural rhetoric.--The nature, and influence, of the historic spirit.--The relation of language, and           style, to thought.--The doctrine of original sin.)

11            Dogmatic Theology. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1888) (I. Preface. II. Theological Introduction.               III. Bibliology. IV. Theology {Doctrine of God})

12            Dogmatic Theology. Third Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1891) (I. Anthropology. II.           Christology. III. Soteriology. IV. Eschatology.)

13            Dogmatic Theology. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1894) (Supplement.)

14            Eloquence a Virtue: or, Outlines of a Systematic Rhetoric. Translated from the German of Dr. Francis Theremin, by William G. T. Shedd. With an Introductory Essay. Revised Edition. (1867)         (Author: Theremin, Franz, 1780-1846; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894, tr)

15            Homiletics and Pastoral Theology. Tenth Edition, with an Appendix. (1891)

16            Lectures upon the Philosophy of History. (1857)

17            Literary Essays. (1878) (The true nature of the beautiful and its relation to culture.--The              influence and method of English studies.--The ethical theory of rhetoric and eloquence.--The                 characteristics and importance of a natural rhetoric.--The relation of a language and style to                   thought.--Scientific and popular education.--Intellectual temperance.--The Puritan character.--     The African nature.--Coleridge as a philosopher and theologian. The Confessions of Augustine)

                 

18            Motives to Prayer for Colleges. An Address Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in the City            of New York, February 26, 1863. (microfilm) (1863)

19            Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy, A Miscellany. (1893)

20            Ought the Confession of Faith to be Revised? (1890) (Author: De Witt, John, 1842-1923; Van Dyke, Henry Jackson, 1822-1891; Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge; Shedd, William G. T)

21            Sermons to the Natural Man. (1871)

22            Sermons to the Spiritual Man. (1884)

23            The Charge and Inaugural Address delivered on occasion of the Induction of Rev. W. G. T. Shedd,            D.D., as Professor of Biblical Literature in the Union Theological Seminary, New York, January 11,     1864. (1864) (Author: Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.); Adams, William, 1807- 1880; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894)

24            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 1 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (I. Aids to Reflection. II. Statesman's Manual.)

25            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 2 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (The Friend.)

26            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 3 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (Biographia Literaria.)

27            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 4 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (Lectures upon Shakespeare and other Dramatists.)

28            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (I. The Literary Remains. II. Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit.)

29            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (I. Church and State. II. A Lay Sermon. III. Etc.)

30            The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With an Introductory Essay upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions. Edited by Professor W. G. T. Shedd. In Seven Volumes. Volume 7 (1884) (Author: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William G. T. (William Greenough Thayer), 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen) (The Poetical and Dramatic Works.)

31            The Confessions of Augustine. Edited, with an Introduction, by William G. T. Shedd. New Edition. (1860) (Author: Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894)

32            The Guilt of the Pagan. A Sermon Preached for the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, May 3, 1863. (1863)

33            The Proposed Revision of the Westminster Standards. (1890)

34            The Union and the War. A Sermon Preached November 27, 1862. (1863)

 



Sheddan, Samuel S. (Presbyterian) (1809-1874)

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1               Blessings in Disguise. Being a Sequel to “The Valley of Achor.” (1860)

2               The Valley of Achor, or, Hope in Trouble. By the Rev. Samuel S. Sheddan. (1858)

 


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1               The Motives of Richard Sheldon Pr. for his Just, Voluntary, and Free Renouncing of Communion with the Bishop of Rome, Paul V, and his Church. (1612)

 



Sheldrake, George H. (Presbyterian) (?-?)

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1               Medium Theory of the Atonement, and Review of Dr. Burney's Soteriology. By Rev. G. H.               Sheldrake, Mayfield, Kentucky. (1888) (Subject: Burney, Stanford Guthrie, 1814-1893)

 


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1               Funeral Service at the Interment of George, son of George and Prudence A. Patterson - of Springfield, Carroll County, Md., who Died December 21, 1849. (1850) (Subject: Patterson, George, 1844-1849)

2               The Days that are Past, Celebrating Fifty Years of the First Presbyterian Church in the North Liberties, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, A History Written by their Pastor. (1864)

3               The Westminster Bible Dictionary. (1880)

 


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1               Presbyterian Pioneers in Congo. By William H. Sheppard. Introduction by Rev. S. H. Chester, D.D.           (1917)

 


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1               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 1 (1829) (Third Edition.)

2               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 2 (1825) (Second Edition.)

3               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 3 (1832) (Third Edition.)

4               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 4 (1833) (Third Edition.)

5               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1830) (Second Edition.)

6               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1831) (Second Edition.)

7               The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. In Seven Volumes. Volume 7 (1832) (Second Edition.)

8               The Life of Mrs. Sherwood, (Chiefly Autobiographical) with Extracts from Mr. Sherwood's Journal during his Imprisonment in France and Residence in India. Edited by her Daughter, Sophia Kelly. (1857) (Author: Sherwood, Mrs. (Mary Martha), 1775-1851; Kelly, Sophia, b. 1815, ed; Sherwood, Henry, 1777-1849)

9               The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 1 (1834)

10            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 2 (1834)

11            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 3 (1836)

12            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 4 (1834)

13            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 5 (1834)

14            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 6 (1834)

15            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 7 (1834)

16            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 8 (1837)

17            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 10 (1835)

18            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 12 (1835)

19            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 13 (1837)

20            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 14 (1837)

21            The Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. In Fifteen Volumes. Volume 15(1856)

 


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1               A Letter from Mr. Alexander Shields, to the Prisoners for Christ, in Dunnottar-Castle. Edinburgh, June, 1685. (1685)

2               A True and Faithful Relation of the Sufferings of the Rev. and Learned, Mr. Alexander Shields, Minister of the Gospel. Written with his own hand. Containing an Account of his Examinations and Imprisonment at London; His being sent to Scotland; His Examinations before the Privy Council, Justiciary, Lords of the Articles, Etc.; His Disputations with the Bishops, and others; With large and pertinent Observations and Reflections upon all the Material Passages of these Trials, Examinations, and Disputations. Together with a large and Elaborate Defense of the Doctrine of Resistance, or Defensive Arms, of the Apologetical Declaration, and other Heads of Suffering; As likewise a clear and full Confutation of the Oath of Abjuration. Never before Published. (1715)

3               A Hind Let Loose; or, A Historical Representation of the Testimonies, of the Church of Scotland, for the Interest of Christ. With the True State Thereof in All its Periods. Together with a Vindication of the present Testimony against the Popish, Prelatical, and malignant Enemies of the Church, as it is now stated, for the Prerogatives of Christ, Privileges of the Church, and Liberties of Mankind; and sealed by the sufferings of a reproached Remnant of Presbyterians there, witnessing against the Corruptions of the Time: Wherein; Several Controversies of greatest Consequence are enquired into, and in some measure cleared; concerning hearing of the Curates, owning of the present Tyranny, taking of ensnaring Oaths and Bonds, frequenting of Field-meetings, defensive Resistance of tyrannical Violence, with several other subordinate Questions useful for these Times. By Mr. Alexander Shields, Late Minister of the Gospel in St. Andrews. (1797)

4               An Enquiry into Church Communion; or, A Treatise against Separation from the Revolution-Settlement of this National Church, as it was settled Anno 1689 and 1690. Wherein, I. Some Truths confessed on all Hands are held forth, which, if rightly considered, would do much to end the present Controversy. II. Some Concessions are laid down for clearing the Present Debate. III. The Controversy is stated, and Truth vindicated. IV. Fifteen Objections clearly answered against joining with the Revolution-Settlement, wherein are considered the Chief of Scriptures and Reason, that are or may be alleged against what is said; as also three Objections answered from something supposed to be wrong in the Revolution-Settlement, and Practice of this Church. By Mr. Alexander Shields, Minister of the Gospel at St. Andrews. Second Edition. To which is subjoined; Some of the most valuable Acts of the first Parliament of King William and Mary, for re-establishing the true reformed Religion, and rescinding the persecuting Acts made by Charles II and James VII; as also King William's Letter to the National Assembly, met at Edinburgh, October 16, 1690; with the Acts of that Assembly anent receiving Mess. Thomas Linden, Alexander Shields, and William Boyd, into Communion with this National Church. (1747)

5               Biographia Presbyteriana. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1827) (Author: Walker, Patrick, 1666?-1745?; Shields, Alexander, 1600?-1700; Stevenson, John Subject: Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686; Semple, John, d. 1677?; Welwood, John, 1649?-1679; Cameron, Richard, 1655?-1680;)

6               Biographia Presbyteriana. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1827) (Author: Walker, Patrick, 1666?-1745?; Shields, Alexander, 1600?-1700; Stevenson, John Subject: Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681; Smith, Walter, 1655-1681; Renwick, James, 1662-1688; Covenanters) (On title page of v. 2: By Patrick Walker and ... Alex. Shields. Reprints, with reproductions of original title page. All the biographies, except that of Renwick, are by Walker. Edited by John Stevenson, the publisher. Preface. Some remarkable passages of the life and death of Mr. Alexander Peden ... 3d edition ... Edinburg, 1728. Some remarkable passages of the life and death of ... Mr. John Semple, Mr. John Welwood, Mr. Richard Cameron ... Edinburgh, 1727. Appendix. Index.--II. Some remarkable passages in the life and death of ... Mr. Daniel Cargill ... Mr. Walter Smith ... Mr. James Boig, William Cuthil, and William Thomson ... Edinburgh, 1732. The life and death of ... Mr. James Renwick ... Written by ... Mr. Alexander Shields ... Whereunto is subjoined, the manner of admission, or ordaining of ruling-elders, by Mr. James Renwick, and some few of his many religious letters. Diligently compared with the original, never before published ... Edinburgh, 1724. Antipas: or, The dying testimony of Mr. James Renwick. An elegy upon the death of ... Mr. James Renwick. Composed immediately after his execution at Edinburgh, 17. Feb. 1688. Printed in the year 1688. Index)

7               The Explanation and Application of the Solemn League and Covenant, for the Reformation and Defense of Religion, the Honor and Happiness of the King, and Peace and Safety of the Three Kingdoms of Scotland, England, and Ireland. Enjoined by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament in England, and by the Estates of the Parliament of Scotland, to be taken by every Man within the Three Kingdoms, 1643. By the Reverend Mr. Richard Ward, Minister of Stansteed-Mount-Fitchet in Essex. As also, another of the same, by the Reverend and Learned Divines of the Church of Ireland, about the Time of taking and subscribing the Covenant in that Kingdom. To which is added, a Vindication of the perpetual Obligation of our Covenanters, by the Reverend Mr. Alexander Shields. (1737) (Author: Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684; Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700)

 


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1               Age of the World, as founded on the Sacred Records, Historic and Prophetic; and the "Signs of                  the Times," viewed in the aspect of Premonitions of the Speedy Establishment on the Earth, of           the Millennial State, by the Second, Personal, Pre-Millennial Advent of Christ: With an                Introductory Essay, Vindicating the claims of Sacred Chronology against the cavils of the Atheist, Antiquarian, and Infidel, Originally delivered in Three Lectures, at the Apollo Rooms, Broadway,           New-York, on the Sunday Evenings of December 26th, 1841, and January 2nd, and 23rd, 1842.                 (1842)

2               Christ's Second Coming: Is it Pre-Millennial or Post-Millennial? (The Great Question of the Day),              Scripturally, Historically, and Philosophically Considered. With a reply to Professor Shedd on                "Eschatology," or the Millenarianism or Chiliasm of the Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern Church.          Also, remarks on an Article Written upon the same Subject by the Rev. E. F. Hatfield, D.D. By the        Rev. Richard Cunningham Shimeall, Member of the Presbytery of New York. (1866) (Author:         Shimeall, R. C. (Richard Cunningham), 1803-1874; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-        1894; Hatfield, Edwin F. (Edwin Francis), 1807-1883)     

3               Our Bible Chronology, Historic and Prophetic, Critically Examined, and Demonstrated, and      Harmonized with the Chronology of Profane Writers: Embracing an Examination and Refutation          of the Theories of Modern Egyptologists. Accompanied with extensive Chronological and           Genealogical tables, from the Earliest Records to the Present Time; a Map of the Ancients; A                Chart of the course of Empires; and various Pictorial Illustrations, on a plan Entirely New. (1867)

4               The Unseen World. The Heavenly Blessedness: or, Where and what is Heaven? Including an    Inquiry into the State and Place of the Departed between Death and the Resurrection: And a          consequent logical refutation of Modern Swedenborgianism, Unitarianism, Universalism,       Spiritualism, and the Annihilation of the Wicked after Death. Interspersed with Copious Poetical     Extracts. (1870)

 


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1               The Creation and Fall of Man, a Supplemental Discourse to the Preface of the First Volume of the Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected. (1753)

2               The Old and New Testament Connected, or, The History of the Jews, and Neighboring Nations; From the Declension of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, to the Time of Christ. By Humphrey Prideaux, D.D., Dean of Norwich. Second American, from the Twentieth London Edition. To which is prefixed, the Life of the Author, containing some Letters which he wrote in Defense and Illustration of certain parts of his connections. The whole Illustrated with Maps and Plates. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1833)

3               The Old and New Testament Connected, or, The History of the Jews, and Neighboring Nations; From the Declension of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, to the Time of Christ. By Humphrey Prideaux, D.D., Dean of Norwich. Fifteenth American, from the Twentieth London Edition. To which is prefixed, the Life of the Author, containing some Letters which he wrote in Defense and Illustration of certain parts of his connections. The whole Illustrated with Maps and Plates. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1845)

4               The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected, from the Creation of the World to the Dissolution of the Assyrian Empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah: Including the Dissertation on the Creation and Fall of Man. By Samuel Shuckford, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty, George II. Revised, Corrected, and greatly Improved by James Creighton, B.A.  The Fifth Edition, Illustrated with a new and correct Set of Maps and Plans, and an Extensive Order. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1819)

5               The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected, from the Creation of the World to the Dissolution of the Assyrian Empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah: Including the Dissertation on the Creation and Fall of Man. By Samuel Shuckford, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty, George II. Revised, Corrected, and greatly Improved by James Creighton, B.A.  The Fifth Edition, Illustrated with a new and correct Set of Maps and Plans, and an Extensive Order. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1819)

6               The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected, from the Creation of the World to the Dissolution of the Assyrian Empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah: Including the Dissertation on the Creation and Fall of Man. By Samuel Shuckford, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty, George II. Revised, Corrected, and greatly Improved by James Creighton, B.A.  The Fifth Edition, Illustrated with a new and correct Set of Maps and Plans, and an Extensive Order. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1819)

7               The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected, from the Creation of the World to the Dissolution of the Assyrian Empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah: Including the Dissertation on the Creation and Fall of Man. By Samuel Shuckford, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty, George II. Revised, Corrected, and greatly Improved by James Creighton, B.A.  The Fifth Edition, Illustrated with a new and correct Set of Maps and Plans, and an Extensive Index. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1819)

 



Sime, William (Presbyterian) (1851-1895)

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1               Boulderstone; or, New Men and Old Populations. (1885)

2               Cradle and Spade. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1886)

3               Haco the Dreamer; A Tale of Scotch University Life, In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1884)

4               Haco the Dreamer; A Tale of Scotch University Life. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1884)

5               History of the Covenanters in Scotland. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1830)

6               History of the Covenanters in Scotland. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1830)

7               King Capital; A Tale of Provincial Ambition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1883)

8               King Capital; A Tale of Provincial Ambition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1883)

9               The History of the Inquisition; From its Establishment till the Present Time. (1834)

10            The Rajah and the Rosebud. (1890)

11            The Red Route; or, Saving a Nation. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1884)

12            To and Fro; or, Views from Sea and Land. (1884)

 


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1               Select Biographies. Edited for the Wodrow Society, Chiefly from Manuscripts in the Library of                   the Faculty of Advocates. By the Rev. W. K. Tweedie. Volume 1 (1845)

 


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1               Satan's Invisible World Discovered. By George Sinclair, Professor of Philosophy and Mathematics         in the University of Glasgow. 1654-1666 and 1688-1696 Reprinted from the Original Edition              published at Edinburgh in 1685. Accompanied with a Bibliographical Notice and Supplement,                  Etc. (1871)

 


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1               The Story of Presbyterianism.

2               The Unholy Alliance; The National Council of Churches. (1975)

 



Skinner, Thomas Harvey (Presbyterian) (1791-1871)


Skinner, Thomas Harvey (Presbyterian) (1820-1892)

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1               A Discourse in Memory of Thomas Harvey Skinner, D.D., LL.D. By George L. Prentiss, Pastor of                    the Church of the Covenant. (1871) (Author: Prentiss, George Lewis, 1816-1903)

2               A Discourse on the Duties of Church Members. By Thomas H. Skinner, Pastor of the Fifth              Presbyterian Church, of Philadelphia. (1829)

3               Aids to Preaching and Hearing. (1839)

4               Christianity and the State. A Sermon, Preached in the "College Hall," December 28, 1873. (1873)

5               Comfort in Tribulation. An Address Delivered in the Reformed Dutch Church, Stapleton, S. I.,    September 26, 1861, a Day kept as a National Fast, by Appointment of the President of the      United States. (1861)

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

7               Discussions in Theology. By Thomas H. Skinner, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary.                    (1868)

8               Doctrinal Preaching. An Address, Delivered before the Porter Rhetorical Society, in the               Theological Seminary, Andover, September 11, 1832. (1832)

9               Education and Evangelism, a Discourse Delivered at the Seventh Anniversary of the Society for               the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West, in the First Congregational          Church of Norwalk, Connecticut, October 30th, 1850. (1851)

10            Homiletics; or, The Theory of Preaching. By Alexandre Rodolphe Vinet. Translated and Edited by Thomas H. Skinner. Second Edition. (1855) (Author: Vinet, Alexandre Rodolphe, 1797-1847; Skinner, Thomas Harvey, 1791-1871, ed. and tr)

11            Lay Evangelism: A Paper, read before the Presbyterian Ministerial Association of Cincinnati, March 29, 1875. By Thomas H. Skinner, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church. (microfilm) (1875)

12            Love of Country: A Discourse, Delivered on Thanksgiving Day, December 12th, 1850, in the Bleecker Street Church. (1851)

13            Pastoral Theology; or, The Theory of the Evangelical Ministry. By Alexandre Rodolphe Vinet. Translated and Edited by Thomas H. Skinner, D.D., Professor of Pastoral Theology in the Union Theological Seminary of New York. With Notes, and an additional Chapter, by the Translator. Second Edition. (1856) (Author: Vinet, Alexandre Rodolphe, 1797-1847; Skinner, Thomas Harvey, 1791-1871)

14            Religion and Liberty. A Discourse Delivered December 17, 1840: The Day Appointed for Public Thanksgiving by the Governor of New-York. (1841)

15            Religion of the Bible, In Select Discourses. (1839)

16            The Argument for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. (1881) (Author: Skinner, Thomas Harvey, 1820-1892)

17            The Complaint of the Rev. Thomas H. Skinner, Against the Action Presbytery of Cincinnati, at its Fall Meeting, 1876, with the Argument. (1876) (Author: Skinner, Thomas Harvey, 1820-1892)

18            The Old in the New; The Position and Policy of the Presbyterian Church in the United States; A Discourse Delivered at the Opening of the General Assembly, in St. Louis, May 17, 1855, by Thomas H. Skinner, D.D., Professor of Sacred Rhetoric, Pastoral Theology, and Church Polity in the Union Theological Seminary. (1855)

19            Thoughts on Evangelizing the World. (1836)

 



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1               Life and Work of J. R. W. Sloane, D. D., Professor of Theology in the Reformed Presbyterian Seminary at Allegheny City, Pennsylvania 1868-1886, and Pastor of the Third Reformed Presbyterian Church, New-York, 1856-1868. Edited by his Son. (1888) (Author: Sloane, J. R. W. (James Renwick Wilson), 1823-1886; Sloane, William Milligan, 1850-1928)

2               Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's Discourse on "The Character and Influence of Abolitionism ," A Sermon Preached in the Third Reformed Presbyterian Church, Twenty-Third Street, New York, on Sabbath Evening, December 23, 1860, by Rev. J. R. W. Sloane, Pastor. Also, by special request, in the Church of the Puritans (Rev. Dr. Cheever's) on Sabbath Evening, January 6, 1861. (1861) (Subject: Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry Jackson), 1822-1891)

 


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1               Sermons, Essays, and Extracts by Various Authors ; Selected with Special Respect to the Great Doctrine of Atonement. (1811) (Author: Smalley, John, 1734-1820; Maxcy, Jonathan, 1768-1820; Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815; Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758)

2               Sermons on a Number of Connected Subjects; In which an Attempt is made to, explain the Leading Principles of Revealed Religion, to show their Consistency, Reasonableness, and Importance; and to Guard them against Dangerous Misconstructions and False Inferences, and against the Specious Objections of unbelievers. By John Smalley, D.D., Pastor of a Church in Berlin, Connecticut. (1803)

3               The Consistency of the Sinner's Inability to Comply with the Gospel; With his Inexcusable Guilt in not Complying with it, Illustrated and Confirmed: In Two Discourses on John 6:44. By John Smalley, A.M., Pastor of a Church in Farmington. (1769)

 


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1               The Doctrine of the Atonement, as Taught by Christ Himself; or, The Sayings of Jesus on the      Atonement Exegetically Expounded and Classified. (1868)

2               The Doctrine of the Atonement, as Taught by the Apostles; or, The Sayings of the Apostles         Exegetically Expounded, with Historical Appendix. By Rev. George Smeaton, D.D., Professor of        Exegetical Theology, New College, Edinburgh. (1870)

3               The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. The Ninth Series of the Cunningham Lectures. (1882)

 



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1               A Few Verses. English and Latin. (1812)

2               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 1 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (First Division - Pure Sciences, Volume 1. Introduction.     Grammar. Logic. Rhetoric. Mathematics.)

3               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 2 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (First Division - Pure Sciences, Volume 2. Mathematics.   Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy. Law. Theology.)

4               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 3 (1845) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Second Division - Mixed Sciences, Volume 1.)

5               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 4 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (First Division - Mixed Sciences, Volume 2. Electro-                  Magnetism. Electricity. Galvanism. Heat. Light. Chemistry. Sound.)

6               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 5 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Second Division - Mixed Sciences, Volume 3.)

7               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 6 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Second Division - Mixed Sciences, Volume 4. Agriculture.   Horticulture. Commerce. Political Economy. Carpentry. Fortification. Naval Architecture.          Crystallography. Mineralogy. Geology.)

8               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 7 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Second Division - Mixed Sciences, Volume 7. Botany.             Zoology. Anatomy. Materia Medica. Medicine. Surgery. Veterinary Art.)

9               Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 8 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Second Division - Mixed Sciences, Volume 8. Arts.                    Manufactures. and Machinery.)

10            Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 9 (1849) (Author:          Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Third Division - History and Biography, Volume 1. From                  the Antediluvian Period to the Time of Hannibal. A.M. 1 to A.M. 3800.)

11            Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 10 (1849) (Author:        Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Third Division - History and Biography, Volume 2. From                  the Time of the Maccabees to the Age of Antonini, A.M. 3800 to A.D. 200.)

12            Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 11 (1845) (Author:        Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Third Division - History and Biography, Volume 3. From                  the Time of the Maccabees to the Time of the Crusades, A.D. 200 to A.D. 1200)

13            Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge: On an Original plan,        Projected by the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Comprising the Twofold advantage of a         Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 12 (1849) (Author:        Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836; Rose, Hugh James, 1795-1838; Rose, Henry John, 1800-1873;             Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834) (Third Division - History and Biography, Volume 4. From                  the Time of the Crusades to the Revolution of 1688, A.D. 1200 to A.D. 1700.)    

14            Erin. A Poem Descriptive of Ireland. By the Rev. Edward Smedley, A.M., Senior Usher of                 Westminster School. The Second Edition. (No Date)

15            History of the Reformed Religion in France. By the Rev. Edward Smedley, M.A., Late Fellow of   Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1834)

16            History of the Reformed Religion in France. By the Rev. Edward Smedley, M.A., Late Fellow of   Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1834)

17            History of the Reformed Religion in France. By the Rev. Edward Smedley, M.A., Late Fellow of   Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1834)

18            Poems by the Late Rev. Edward Smedley, A.M.; With a Selection from his Correspondence, and a           Memoir of his Life. (1837)

19            Prescience: or, The Secrets of Divination. A Poem. In Two Parts. (1816)

20            Religio Clerici; A Churchman's First Epistle. Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged, with Notes                   and Illustrations. (1819)

21            Sketches from Venetian History. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1831)

22            Sketches from Venetian History. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1832)

23            The Death of Saul and Jonathan. A Poem. (1814)

24            The History of France. Part I. From the Final partition of the Empire of Charlemagne, A. D. 843,                  to the Peace of Cambray, A. D. 1529. (1836)

25            The Occult Sciences: Sketches of the Traditions and Superstitions of Past Times, and the Marvels          of the Present Day. By Rev. Edward Smedley, M.A., Late Fellow of Sydney College, Cambridge.          W. Cooke Taylor, LL.D., Trinity College, Dublin. Rev. Henry Thompson, M.A., Formerly Scholar of               St. John's College, Cambridge, Vicar of Chard. and Elihu Rich, Esquire. (1855)

26            The Tribute: A Collection of Miscellaneous Unpublished Poems, by Various Authors. Edited by                  Lord Northampton. (1837) (Author: Northampton, Spencer Joshua Alwyne Compton, Marquis of,            1790-1851; Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892; Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron,      1809-1892; Turner, Charles Tennyson, 1808-1879 Subject: Smedley, Edward, 1788-1836)

 


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1               China and America Today. A Study of Conditions and Relations. (1907)

2               China in Convulsion. With Numerous Illustrations and Maps. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1901)

3               China in Convulsion. With Numerous Illustrations and Maps. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1901)

4               Chinese Characteristics. (1894)

5               Proverbs and Common Sayings from the Chinese, Together with much Related and Unrelated Matter, Interspersed with Observations on Chinese Things in General. New and Revised Edition.  (1914)

6               Rex Christus. An Outline Study of China. (1903)

7               The Uplift of China. By Arthur H. Smith, Thirty-Five Years a Missionary in China. (1909)

8               Village Life in China. A Study in Sociology. (1899)

 


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1               A Discourse on the Life and Character of Rev. Charles Hall, D.D., Delivered in the City of New York, Sabbath Evening, January 1, 1854. By Asa D. Smith, Pastor of the Fourteenth Street Presbyterian Church. (1854) (Subject: Hall, Charles, 1799-1853)

2               An Address delivered at the Inauguration of the Author as President of Dartmouth College, November 18, 1863. By Rev. Asa D. Smith, D.D., with an Introductory Address of his Excellency Joseph A. Gilmore, Governor of New Hampshire. (1863) (Author: Smith, Asa Dodge 1804-1877. [from old catalog]; Gilmore, Joseph Albree, 1811-1867.)

3               An address, delivered at the Reunion of the sons of Weston, July 4, 1853. With a Sketch of the Accompanying Exercises. (1853)

4               Christian Pamphlets. (1862) (Author: Andrew Preston Peabody, E. Bissell , Asa Dodge Smith , Richard Salter Storrs , David Hunter Riddle , Laurens Perseus Hickok, Julian Monson Sturtevant, Samuel Colcord Bartlett , William Adams , Elisha Lord Cleaveland, Jonathan Bailey Condit, Albert Barnes, Leonard Bacon , James Boglan Shaw , William Theodore Dwight.)

5               Home Missions and Slavery: A reprint of Several Articles, recently published in the Religious Journals; With an Appendix. (1857)

6               Letters to a Young Student, in the First Stage of a Liberal Education. (1832)

7               Memoir of Mrs. Louisa Adams Leavitt; Comprised in a Sermon Occasioned by her Death, and a Supplementary Sketch. (1843)

8               People's College: An address by Rev. Asa D. Smith, D. D., Portions of addresses by Rev. Mark Hopkins, D. D., Hon. Horace Greeley, and Others; and Correspondence. (1859)

9               The Puritan Character. An address delivered before the New England Society of the City of Montreal, on Dec. 28, 1857. (1858)

 


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1               Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions. A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838. By E. Robinson and E. Smith. Volume 1 (1860)

2               Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions. A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838. By E. Robinson and E. Smith. Volume 2 (1856)

3               Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions. A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838. By E. Robinson and E. Smith. Volume 3 (1841)

4               Brief Documentary History of the Translation of the Scriptures into the Arabic Language. (1900)

5               Missionary Sermons and Addresses. By Eli Smith, Missionary to Syria. (1833)

5               Researches of the Rev. E. Smith and Rev. Harrison Gray Otis Dwight {1803-1862} in Armenia: Including a Journey through Asia Minor, and into Georgia and Persia, with a visit to the Nestorian and Chaldean Christians of Oormiah and Salmas. Volume 1 (1833)

6               Researches of the Rev. E. Smith and Rev. Harrison Gray Otis Dwight {1803-1862} in Armenia: Including a Journey through Asia Minor, and into Georgia and Persia, with a visit to the Nestorian and Chaldean Christians of Oormiah and Salmas. Volume 2 (1833)

7               The Missionary Character: An Address delivered before the Society of Inquiry in the Theological Seminary in New Haven, April 1, 1840. (1840)

8               Trials of Missionaries: An Address Delivered in Park-Street Church, Boston, on the Evening of October 24, 1832, to the Rev. Elias Riggs, Rev. William M. Thompson, and Dr. Asa Dodge, about to Embark as Missionaries to the Mediterranean. (1832)

 


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1               Atlas of the Historical Geography of the Holy Land. Designed and Edited by George Adam Smith,             D.D., LL.D., Litt.D., Principal of the University of Aberdeen, formerly Professor of the Old                Testament Languages, Literature, and Theology, United Free Church College, Glasgow. And     Prepared under the Direction of J. G. Bartholomew, LL.D., F.R.S.E., F.R.G.S., Cartographer to the       King, at the Edinburgh Geographical Institute. (1915)

1               Black Rock. A Tale of the Selkirks. With an Introduction by Professor George Adam Smith, LL.D.                 (1901) (Author: Connor, Ralph, 1860-1937)

2               Four Psalms: 23, 36, 52, and 121. Interpreted for Practical Use. (1896)

3               Jeremiah: Being the Baird Lecture for 1922. (1922)

4               Jerusalem; The Topography, Economics, and History from the Earliest Times to A. D. 70. In Two                Volumes. Volume 1 (1907)

5               Jerusalem; The Topography, Economics, and History from the Earliest Times to A. D. 70. In Two                Volumes. Volume 2 (1908)

6               Modern Criticism and the Preaching of the Old Testament; Eight Lectures on the Lyman Beecher Foundation, Yale University. (1901)

7               Our Common Conscience: Addressed delivered in America during the Great War. (1919) (Author: Smith, George Adam, Sir, 1856-1942)

8               Syria and the Holy Land. By Rev. Sir George Adam Smith, KT., M.A., D.D., Litt.D., F.B.A., Principal of Aberdeen University. (1918)

9               The Book of Isaiah. With a Sketch of the History of Israel from Isaiah to the Exile. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (Chapters 1-39) (1910)

10            The Book of Isaiah. With a Sketch of the History of Israel from Isaiah to the Exile. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (Chapters 40-66) (1890)

11            The Book of the Twelve Prophets. Commonly Called the Minor. With an Introduction and a Sketch of Prophecy in Early Israel. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1903) (Amos, Hosea, and Micah.)

12            The Book of the Twelve Prophets. Commonly Called the Minor. With an Introduction and a Sketch of Prophecy in Early Israel. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1906) (Zephaniah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Obadiah, Haggai, Zechariah chapters 1-8, Malachi, Joel, Zechariah chapters 9-14, and Jonah.)

13            The Early Poetry of Israel in its Physical and Social Origins. The Schweich Lectures, 1910. (1912)

14            The Forgiveness of Sins and other Sermons. (1905)

15            The Historical Geography of the Holy Land, Especially in relation to the History of Israel and of the Early Church. With Six Maps. (1896)

16            The Life of Henry Drummond. With Portrait. (1898) (Subject: Drummond, Henry, 1851-1897)

17            The Preaching of the Old Testament to the Age. (1893)

 


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1               A Text-Book of Church History. By Dr. John C. L. Gieseler. Translated from the Second Revised German Edition, by Rev. John W. Hull, M.A. A New American Edition, Revised and Edited by Henry B. Smith, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. In Five Volumes.            Volume 1 (1868) (Author: Gieseler, Johann Karl Ludwig, 1792-1854; Davidson, Samuel, 1806-    1898, tr; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877, ed. and tr) (Vol. I. A.D. 1-726.)

2               A Text-Book of Church History. By Dr. John C. L. Gieseler. Translated from the Second Revised German Edition, by Rev. John W. Hull, M.A. A New American Edition, Revised and Edited by Henry B. Smith, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. In Five Volumes.            Volume 2 (1868) (Author: Gieseler, Johann Karl Ludwig, 1792-1854; Davidson, Samuel, 1806-    1898, tr; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877, ed. and tr) (Vol. II. A.D. 726-1305.)

3               A Text-Book of Church History. By Dr. John C. L. Gieseler. Translated from the Second Revised German Edition, by Rev. John W. Hull, M.A. A New American Edition, Revised and Edited by Henry B. Smith, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. In Five Volumes.            Volume 3 (1868) (Author: Gieseler, Johann Karl Ludwig, 1792-1854; Davidson, Samuel, 1806-    1898, tr; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877, ed. and tr) (Vol. III. A.D. 1305-1517. With a Full Index                   to the Three Volumes.)

4               A Text-Book of Church History. By Dr. John C. L. Gieseler. Translated from the Second Revised German Edition, by Rev. John W. Hull, M.A. A New American Edition, Revised and Edited by Henry B. Smith, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. In Five Volumes.            Volume 4 (1868) (Author: Gieseler, Johann Karl Ludwig, 1792-1854; Davidson, Samuel, 1806-    1898, tr; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877, ed. and tr) (Vol. IV. A.D. 1517-1648. The Reformation                   and its Results to the Peace of Westphalia.)

5               A Text-Book of Church History. By Dr. John C. L. Gieseler. Translated from the Second Revised German Edition, by Rev. John W. Hull, M.A. A New American Edition, Revised and Edited by Henry B. Smith, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. In Five Volumes.            Volume 5 (1880) (Author: Gieseler, Johann Karl Ludwig, 1792-1854; Davidson, Samuel, 1806-    1898, tr; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877, ed. and tr) (Vol. V. A.D. 1517-1854. From the                   Reformation to the Present Times. Completed by Mary A. Robinson.)

6               British Sympathy with America. A Review of the Course of the leading Periodicals of Great         Britain upon the Rebellion in America. Published in the July Number of The American               Theological Review, Professor H. B. Smith, Editor. (1862)

7               Faith and Philosophy: Discourses and Essays. By Henry 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) (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.)

8               Hamilton's Theory of Knowledge. (1861) (Subject: Hamilton, William, Sir, 1788-1856)

9               Henry Boynton Smith. His Life and Work. Edited by his Wife. (1881) (Author: Smith, Henry       Boynton, 1815-1877; Smith, Elizabeth Lee, 1816-1898, ed)

10            History of Philosophy, from Thales to the Present Time. By Dr. Friedrich Ueberweg, Late              Professor of Philosophy in the University of Konigsberg. Translated from the Fourth German       Edition, by George S. Morris, A.M., Professor of Philosophy in the University of Michigan. With                  Additions, by Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D., President of Yale College. In Two Volumes. Volume 1               (1889) (Author: Ueberweg, Friedrich, 1826-1871) (Volume 1. History of the Ancient and         Mediaeval Philosophy.)

11            History of Philosophy, from Thales to the Present Time. By Dr. Friedrich Ueberweg, Late              Professor of Philosophy in the University of Konigsberg. Translated from the Fourth German       Edition, by George S. Morris, A.M., Professor of Philosophy in the University of Michigan. With                  Additions, by Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D., President of Yale College. In Two Volumes. Volume 2               (1889) (Author: Ueberweg, Friedrich, 1826-1871) (Volume 2. History of Modern Philosophy.)

12            System of Christian Theology. Edited by William S. Karr, D.D., Professor of Theology in Hartford                Theological Seminary. Second Edition. (1884)

13            The Early Dawn; or, Sketches of Christian Life in England in the Olden Time. By Mrs. Elizabeth   Rundle Charles, the Author of "Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family." With Introduction by        Professor Henry B. Smith, D.D. (1864) (Author: Charles, Elizabeth Rundle, 1828-1896; Smith,            Henry Boynton, 1815-1877 Subject: Great Britain -- History To 1485 Fiction) (Lights and                shadows of the early dawn.--The two martyrs of Verulam.--Annals of an Anglo-Saxon family    through three generations.--Saxon schools and homes.--Saxon ministers and missions.--Alfred               the Truth-teller.--Saxon and Norman.--A story of the Lollards.)

14            The Life, Writings, and Character of Edward Robinson, D.D., LL.D., Read before the New York    Historical Society. By Henry B. Smith, D.D., and Roswell D. Hitchcock, D.D. (1863) (Author:            Hitchcock, Roswell D. (Roswell Dwight), 1817-1887; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877 Subject:      Robinson, Edward, 1794-1863; Biblical scholars -- United States; Congregationalists -- United     States)

 



Smith, Hugh (fl. 1677-?)

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1               An Apology for or a Vindication of the Oppressed Persecuted Ministers and Professors of the Reformed Presbyterian Religion in the Church of Scotland: Emitted in the Defense of them, and the Cause for which they Suffer: and that for the Information of the Ignorant, the Satisfaction and Establishment of the Doubtful, the Conviction (if Possible) of the Malicious, the Warning of our Rulers, the Strengthening and Comforting of the said Sufferers Under their Present Pressures and Trials. Being their Testimony to the Covenanted Work of Reformation in this Church, and Against the Present Prevailing Corruptions and Course of Defection There from. (1677) (Author: Smith, Hugh, fl. 1677; Jamieson, Alexander, supposed author)

 


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1               History of Jefferson College: Including an Account of the Early "Log-cabin" Schools, and the Canonsbury Academy: With Biographical Sketches of Rev. Matthew Brown, D. D., Rev. Samuel Ralston, D.D., Rev. Matthew Henderson, Rev. James Ramsey, D. D., Rev. John H. Kennedy, and Rev. Abraham Anderson, D. D. By Joseph Smith, D.D. (1857)

2               Old Redstone; or, Historical Sketches of Western Presbyterianism, its Early Ministers, its Perilous Times, and its First Records. By Joseph Smith, D.D. (1854)

 



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1               Eighty Years; Embracing a History of Presbyterianism in Baltimore, With an Appendix. By Joseph            T. Smith, D.D., LL.D., Pastor Emeritus of the Central Presbyterian Church of Baltimore, Maryland.    (1899)

 


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1               Fifteen Sermons Preached on Various Important Subjects. By George Whitefield, A.B., Late of                   Pembroke College, Oxford. Carefully Corrected and Revised according to the best London   Edition. To which is prefixed a Sermon, Preached at Charleston, South Carolina, March 26,       1740, on the Character, Preaching, Etc. of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield. By Josiah Smith, V.D.M.           (1794)

 



Smith, Josiah Dickey (1815-1863)

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1               Truth in Love. Sermons by the Late Rev. Josiah D. Smith, D.D., Pastor of Westminster   Presbyterian Church, Columbus, Ohio. With a Biographical Preface by the Rev. James M. Platt,          Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Zanesville, Ohio, and an Introduction by M. W.            Jacobus, D.D., Professor in the Western Theological Seminary. (1864)

 


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1               An Epitome of Systematic Theology, Embracing the Definition; the Explanation, the Proof, and the Moral Influences of All the Doctrines of Revelation, from the Evidences of the Existence of God from the Light of Nature, down to the Consummation of All Things. By Marcus Smith, A.M., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Rensselaerville, New York. (1829)

 


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1               The Assembly's Shorter Catechism, in Meter. By Robert Smith, School-Master at Glamis,             Forfarshire. (1872)

 


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1               David's Blessed Man: A Short Exposition on the First Psalm, Directing a Man to True Happiness. By Samuel Smith, Preacher of the Word at Prittlewell in Essex. (1868) (Nichol’s Series of Commentaries – Samuel Smith on Psalm 1 – Thomas Pierson on Psalms 27, 84, 85, 87 – William Gouge on Psalm 116.)

2               David's Repentance or a Plain and Familiar Exposition of the 51st Psalm. (1620)

 


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1               A Comprehensive View of the Leading and Most Important Principles of Natural and Revealed Religion: Digested in such order as to present to the Pious and Reflecting mind, a basis for the Superstructure of the entire System of the Doctrines of the Gospel. (1815)

2               A Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects, and the Benefits of Baptism, with a brief Appendix, on the mode of Administering the Ordinance. (1808)

3               An Essay on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species. To which are added, Animadversions on certain Remarks made on the first edition of this Essay, by Mr. Charles White, in a series of Discourses delivered before the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester in England. Also, Strictures on Lord Kaim's Discourse on the Original Diversity of Mankind. And an Appendix. The Second Edition...Enlarged and Improved. (1810) (Author: Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819; Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819. Strictures on Lord Kaims's discourse on the original diversity of mankind; White, Charles, 1728-1813. Account of the regular gradation of man; Subject: Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782; Skin Pigmentation; Continental Population Groups; Anthropology, Physical; Indians, North American)

4               On the Love of Praise. A Sermon, Delivered September 23, 1810, being the Sunday preceding Commencement. (1810)

5               Sermons of Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D., Late President of Princeton College, New Jersey. To which is prefixed, a brief Memoir of his Life and Writings. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1821)

6               Sermons of Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D., Late President of Princeton College, New Jersey. To which is prefixed, a brief Memoir of his Life and Writings. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1821)

7               The Lectures Corrected and Improved Which Have Been Delivered For a Series of Years, in the College of New Jersey; on the Subjects of Moral and Political Philosophy. The former part Embracing, I. The general principles of human nature considered as a subject of moral science. II. The principles of ethics, or the moral relations and duties of men. III. The principles of natural Theology. IV. And lastly, those of economies, or family relations, as preparatory to the consideration of the relations and duties of civil and political life. The Latter part Embracing, I. The rules which ought to regulate the conduct of men towards one another in a state of civil society, and the means of enforcing those rules. II. The rules and principles which give the form to the society or government itself, and which direct its operations. III. And finally, the rules which should govern the conduct of independent governments or states to one another- the whole comprehending those general principles on the subjects of jurisprudence, policies, and public law, or the law of nature and nations, with which every man of liberal information in a free country ought to be acquainted.  In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1812)

8               The Lectures Corrected and Improved Which Have Been Delivered For a Series of Years, in the College of New Jersey; on the Subjects of Moral and Political Philosophy. The former part Embracing, I. The general principles of human nature considered as a subject of moral science. II. The principles of ethics, or the moral relations and duties of men. III. The principles of natural Theology. IV. And lastly, those of economies, or family relations, as preparatory to the consideration of the relations and duties of civil and political life. The Latter part Embracing, I. The rules which ought to regulate the conduct of men towards one another in a state of civil society, and the means of enforcing those rules. II. The rules and principles which give the form to the society or government itself, and which direct its operations. III. And finally, the rules which should govern the conduct of independent governments or states to one another- the whole comprehending those general principles on the subjects of jurisprudence, policies, and public law, or the law of nature and nations, with which every man of liberal information in a free country ought to be acquainted.  In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1812)

9               The New-Jersey Preacher: or, Sermons on Plain and Practical Subjects. By some of the Ministers of the Gospel, residing in the State of New-Jersey. (1813) (Author: Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819. Faith the principle of a holy life; McDowell, John, 1780-1863. On experimental religion; Woodhull, John, 1744-1824. Ordination sermon; Armstrong, Amzi. Influence of faith in producing holy obedience; Richards, James, 1767-1843. On attending the public worship of God; Finley, Robert. Disciples of Christ, the light of the world; Fraeligh, Solomon. Smitten rock; Wharton, Charles Henry, 1748-1833. On the sacrament of the Lord's Supper; Richards, James, 1767-1843. Danger and folly of indulging a covetous temper; Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819. Sinner blinded to truth, and hardened against conviction, by his own sins, and the righteous judgment of God; Picton, Thomas. On the benefits of affliction; McDowell, John. On resignation; Studdiford, Peter. Justification, with some of its precious fruits; Clark, Joseph. True and false grounds of religion (two sermons); Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819. On a death-bed repentance; Ogden, Uzal, 1744-1822. Warning against self-deception (in two sermons); Picton, Thomas. On the dissolution of the world; Burt, Enoch. Excellence of the knowledge of Christ; Finley, Robert. Benefits resulting from being found in Christ; Fisher, Samuel. Destruction of the wicked; Fisher, Samuel. Triumph of the righteous; Armstrong, Amzi. Wisdom resulting from numbering our days; Burt, Enoch. Joy in heaven over a repenting sinner.)

10            The Resurrection of the Body. A Discourse Delivered in the Presbyterian Church in Georgetown on Sunday. October 22, 1809. (1809)

 


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1               A Memoir of the Reverend Sydney Smith. By his Daughter, Lady Holland. With a Selection from                 his Letters, Edited by Mrs. Austin. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Smith, Sydney,        1771-1845; Making of America Project; Austin, Sarah, 1793-1867; Holland, Saba Holland, Lady,    d. 1866)

2               A Memoir of the Reverend Sydney Smith. By his Daughter, Lady Holland. With a Selection from                 his Letters, Edited by Mrs. Austin. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Smith, Sydney,        1771-1845; Making of America Project; Austin, Sarah, 1793-1867; Holland, Saba Holland, Lady,    d. 1866)

3               Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy, Delivered at the Royal Institution, in the Years 1804,             1805, and 1806. (1850)

4               Miscellaneous Sermons. Complete in One Volume. (1846)

5               The Wit and Wisdom of the Rev. Sydney Smith. A Selection of the most Memorable Passages in               his Writings and Conversations. New Edition. (1869)

6               The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. Fourth Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1848)

7               The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. Fourth Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1848)

8               The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. Fourth Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1848)

9               Two Volumes of Sermons. By the Rev. Sydney Smith, A.M., Late Fellow of New College, Oxford;                   Rector of Eoston, in Yorkshire; Preacher at the Foundling, and at Berkeley, and Fitzroy Chapels.               In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1809)

10            Two Volumes of Sermons. By the Rev. Sydney Smith, A.M., Late Fellow of New College, Oxford;                   Rector of Eoston, in Yorkshire; Preacher at the Foundling, and at Berkeley, and Fitzroy Chapels.               In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1809)

 


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1               An Ecclesiastical Catechism of the Presbyterian Church; for the use of Families, Bible-Classes,                and Private Members. Third Edition. (1843)

2               Autobiographical Notes, Letters, and Reflections. By Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by his                Granddaughter, Louisa Cheves Stoney. (1914) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Stoney, Louisa Cheves Smythe, 1868- l ed)

3               Calvin and his Enemies. A Memoir of the Life, Character, and Principles of Calvin. New Edition                  Revised and Enlarged. (1856) (Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564)

4               Solace for Bereaved Parents; or, Infants Die to Live. With a Historical Account of the Doctrine of             Infant Salvation. Also, very full Selections from Various Authors, in Prose and Poetry. (1852)

5               The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 1 (1908) (The Prelatical Doctrine of Apostolical Succession Examined, and the Protestant         Ministry Defended against the Assumptions of Popery and High-Churchism, in a series of                   Lectures.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean      Adger)

6               The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 2 (1908) (Presbytery and not Prelacy the Scriptural and Primitive Polity, proved from the           Testimonies of Scripture; the Fathers; the Schoolmen; the Reformers; and the English and        Oriental Churches. Also, the Antiquity of Presbytery; Including an account of the Ancient                  Culdees, and of St. Patrick.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-            1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

7               The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 3 (1908) (Ecclesiastical Republicanism: or, The Republicanism, Liberality, and Catholicity        of Presbytery in contrast with Prelacy and Popery.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn,         John William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

8               The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 4 (1908) (The Name, Nature, and Functions of Ruling Elders wherein it is shown from   the Testimony of Scripture, the Fathers, and the Reformers; that Ruling Elders are not          Presbyters or Bishops; and that as Representatives of the People, their Office Ought to be                   Temporary. With an Appendix on the use of the Title Bishop.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-            1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

9               The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 5 (1908) (Manual for the use of the Members of the Second Presbyterian Church,           Charleston, South Carolina. Prepared under the Direction of the Church. By the Rev. Thomas              Smyth, Pastor.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-1907; Flinn,   Jean Adger)

10            The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 6 (1909) (I. The Primitive Revelation of a Divine and Incarnate Savior traced in the        History and Rites of Bacchus. II. National Righteousness. III. Union with Christ and His Church; or,      The Duty and Privilege of all to Believe in Christ, and to Become Communing Members of the          Church of Christ. IV. The Divine Appointment and Obligation of Capital Punishment and its        Bearing on the Recent Execution of Colored Persons, and their Religious Instruction. V. Mary not                  a Perpetual Virgin, nor the Mother of God: but only a Sinner Saved by Grace, through the            Worship and Mediation of Jesus Christ, her God and our God. Together with a View of the True           Position, Duty, and Liberty of Woman under the Gospel Dispensation. VI. Man's Place in the            Universe. VII. Services on the Occasion of the Ordination of the Rev. F. P. Mullally, and the         Installation of Rev. J. H. Thornwell, D.D., and Rev. F. P. Mullally, as co-pastors of the First                          Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina. VIII. Preach the Word. IX. Preaching through the           Press the Duty of all. X. Gospel Preaching Must be Doctrinal Preaching. XI. Fear as a Christian              Motive. Two Discourses. XII. Consciousness and Fright of Sin. XIII. Every Man under Obligation to                    Believe and Confess Christ by Union to His Church and an Open Confession of His Ordinances,                  and the Duty and Privilege of Belief and Confession Urged upon Doubting Sinners. XIV. The             Young Man Miserable and The Young Man Happy. Four Discourses. XV. Bible Temperance. Five             Articles. XVI. A Defense of the Ecclesiastical Boards of the Presbyterian Church. XVII. The Word-              Reaching Sound and Word-Preaching Sound. A Sermon. XVIII. Our Election Made Sure. A            Discourse. XIX. The Peculiar Song and Service of the Redeemed. A Sermon. XX. The Question of                   Psalmody. A Series of Articles. XXI. Scriptural and Divine Right for Using Mechanical as Well as                Vocal Instruments in the Worship of God. A Discourse. XXII. The Sunday School Teacher in His            Work, Spirit, and Motives. Five Articles. XXIII. Assurance-Witness of the Spirit and The Call to                   Ministry. Discourses. XXIV. Claims of the Christian Ministry to an Adequate and Liberal Support;            also A Plea For the Preaching of the Gospel to the Poor, but Not by the Poor. XXV. The Art,                  Unions, and The Use of the Lot. An Article. XXVI. Education. XXVII. The Waldenses-Were They Paedobaptists? XXVIII. The Culdee Monasteries. An Article. XXIX. Trees. Newspaper Articles. XXX.          On the Importance of a Knowledge of Natural History to a Full Understanding of the Sacred      Scriptures. A Lecture. XXXI. Lecture on the Practical Utility of Astronomical Science.) (Author:            Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

11            The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 7 (1910) (I. Faith the Principle of Missions. II. Christians, Christ's Representatives and                 Agents for the Conversion of the World. III. Obedience the Life of Missions. IV. The Church       Awakened to her Duty, and the Ground of Hope. V. Report on Foreign Missions. VI. The Rule and      Measure of Christian Charity. VII. Collections for Charitable and Religious Purposes, a Part of the          Service of God, a Means of Grace and therefore an Essential Part of Christianity. VIII. The Duty of         Interesting Children in the Missionary Cause. IX. Christians, Christ's Representatives and Agents                   for the Conversion of the World, and Self-Denying Love and Liberality Essential to Christian     Character and Happiness. X. Articles on Christian Charity. XI. Dueling. A Series of Articles. XII. The                  Sin and the Curse, or, The Union, the True Source of Disunion, and our Duty in the Present Crisis.            XIII. The War of the South Vindicated and the War of the North Condemned. A Discourse. XIV.              The Soldier's Prayer Book. XV. An Outline of the Soldier's Hymn Book, with an Index of First                 Lines.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

12            The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 8 (1910) (The Unity of the Human Races Proved to be the Doctrine of Scripture, Reason,              and Science, with a Review of the Present Position and Theory of Professor Agassiz. II. The Well      in the Valley. III. Why do I Live?) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847- 1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

13            The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 9 (1911) (Articles on the Trinity.) (Author: Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John    William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

14            The Complete Works of Thomas Smyth, D.D. Edited by Professor J. William Flinn, D.D. New        Edition with Brief Notes and Prefaces. Biographical Sketch in Last Volume. In Ten Volumes.                Volume 10 (1912) (I. The Teachings of the Dead. II. Life a Tale that is Told. III. Council and            Comfort for Afflicted Believers. IV. God Comforts to Make Us Comforters. V. Solace for Bereaved        Parents. VI. God's Way in the Wilderness. VII. God Glorified and Christian Obedience Perfected     in the Prostration and Suffering of Believers. VIII. Heaven. IX. Articles on Baptism. X. The             Commercial Benefit of Christianity in Producing Integrity, Diligence, and Moderation. XI. The                 Design and Motive of Worldly Business as Exhibited in the Bible. XII. The Relations of Christianity                   to Civil Polity. XIII. The Christian's Principle and Motive in Voting. XIV. On the Necessity of          Literature and Men of Letters to the Stability and Happiness of a Republic. XV. The Sphere,              Character, and Destiny of Woman. XVI. First and Second Advents of Christ. XVII. Christ's              Sufferings a Proof of Atonement. XVIII. Christ Our Righteousness. XIX. Imputation. XX. The   Eternal Sonship of Christ. XXI. Theory of a General Atonement Explained. XXII. The Doctrine of              Predestination Beneficial to Many and Injurious to None. XXIII. The Origin of Evil. XXIV. Paul's                    Resource Under Trial XXV. The Prayers and Efforts of Believers Essential to the Promised       Triumph of the Church. XXVI. Forbidding to Marry a Sure Mark of Antichrist. XXVII. The                    Resurrection of Christ. XXVIII. The Mutual Obligation of a Minister and His People. XXIX. In        Memoriam. The Christian Warrior Crowned - A Discourse, Commemorative of the Life,                   Character, and Labors of the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D., by the Rev. G. R. Brackett.) (Author:     Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873; Flinn, John William, 1847-1907; Flinn, Jean Adger)

15            The History, Character, and Results of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. A Discourse, in   Commemoration of the Bi-Centenary of that Body. (1844) (Subject: Westminster Assembly          (1643-1652))

 


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

2               Discourses on the Apostolical Succession. By W. D. Snodgrass, D.D., Pastor of the Second-Street Presbyterian Church, Troy. (1844)

3               The Scriptural Doctrine of Sanctification Stated, and Defended Against the Error of Perfectionism. (1841)

 


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1               A Sermon Preached on the Anniversary-Fast for the Martyrdom of King Charles I. At Court. In the             Last Century. (1709)

2               Animadversions Upon Dr. Sherlock's Book, Entitled, "A Vindication of the Holy and Ever-Blessed Trinity, Etc." Together with a more Necessary Vindication of that Sacred, and Prime Article of the Christian Faith from his New Notions, and False Explications of it. Humbly offered to His Admirers, and to Himself the Chief of them. By a Divine of the Church of England. (1693)

3               Discourses on Various Subjects and Occasions, Selected from the Complete English Edition. With a Sketch of his Life and Character. (1827)

4               Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 1 (1823)

5               Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 2 (1823)

6               Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 3 (1823)

7               Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 4 (1823)

8               Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1823)

9               Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1823)

10            Sermons Preached upon Several Occasions, by Robert South, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster,             and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. A New Edition. In Seven Volumes. Volume 7 (1823)

11            Tritheism Charged Upon Dr. Sherlock's New Notion of the Trinity. And the Charge made good, in              an Answer to the Defense of the said Notion against the Animadversions upon Dr. Sherlock's                Book, Entitled, "A Vindication of the Doctrine of the Holy and ever Blessed Trinity, Etc." (1695)

 


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1               A Critical History of the Old Testament, in Three Books: The First Treating at Large Concerning the several Authors of the Bible. The Second containing the History of the chief Translations of the Bible, made either by Jews or Christians. The Third laying down Rules whereby a more exact Translation may be made of the Scripture than hitherto has been. Written Originally by Father Simon of the Oratory. With a Supplement, Being a Defense of the Critical History, in Answer to Mr. Spanheim's Treatise against it. Both Translated into English by H. D. (1682) (Author: Simon, Richard, 1638-1712; H. D. (Henry Dickinson); Hampden, Richard, 1631-1695; Spanheim, Friedrich, 1632-1701 Subject: Spanheim, Friedrich, 1632-1701)

2               Ecclesiastical Annals from the Commencement of Scriptural History to the Epoch of the Reformation, by Frederick Spanheim, D.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Leyden. In which the Geography of Palestine is Summarily described, and the Sacred History, the Propagation and Vicissitudes of Christianity, the Several Councils and Eminent Writers, and the Increase of Rites and Ceremonies and the Innovations of the Church of Rome in Each Century, are Succinctly Narrated. Translated, Compressed, and Illustrated with Notes, the Elements of Chronology, and Chronological Tables, by the Rev. George Wright, Incumbent Curate of Nun Monckton, and Curate of Askam Bryan, in the County of York. (1829)

 


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1               England's Warning from Germany's Woe: or, A historical Narration, of the Origin, Progress, Tenets, Names, and Several Sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries: Continued for about One Hundred and Twenty Years, from Anno 1521. (Which was the Time of their first Rise,) until these Days. Wherein is set forth their Several Errors, Dangerous, and very Destructive to the Peace both of Church and State: The way and Manner of their Spreading them: The many great Commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to and resistance of the Civil Magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them. By Frederick Spanhemius, Doctor, and Professor of Divinity, in the University of Leyden in Holland. (1646)

 


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1               A History of the English Church. (1900) (Part I. The British and Anglo-Saxon Church. Part II. The Mediaeval Church. Part III. The Reformation. Part IV. The Anglican Church.)

2               Cloister Life in the Days of Coevr de Lion. (1893) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917; Railton, Herbert, 1857-1910, ill; Quinton, A., ill)

3               Dreamland in History. The Story of the Norman Dukes. (1891) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917; Railton, Herbert, 1857-1910)

4               Early Christianity and Paganism; A. D. 64 to the Peace of the Church in the Fourth Century. A Narration mainly based upon Contemporary Records and Remains. (1901)

5               The Church of England. A History for the People. Special Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1897) (The British and Anglo-Saxon Church.)

6               The Church of England. A History for the People. Special Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1897) (The Mediaeval Church.)

7               The Church of England. A History for the People. Special Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1897) (The English Reformation.)

8               The Church of England. A History for the People. Special Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1897) (The Anglican Church.)

9               The Dean's Handbook to Gloucester Cathedral. (1913)

10            The Early Christians in Rome. (Five Books in One.) (1910)

11            The Golden Age of the Church. With Map. (1906)

12            The Life and Work of the Redeemer. (1901) (By the Rev. H. Donald M. Spence, D.D., Dean of Gloucester, the Rev. William Alexander, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland, the Rev. Professor Marcus Dods, D.D., Edinburgh, the Rev. Handley C. G. Moule, D.D., Lord Bishop of Durham, the Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., New York, U. S. A., the Rev. F. B. Meyer, B.A., the Rev. W. Boyd Carpenter, D.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop of Ripon, Rev. W. Lefroy, D.D., Dean of Norwich, Rev. W. Croswell Doane, D.D., Bishop of Albany, U. S. A., Rev. James Stalker, D.D., Glasgow, Rev. A. M. Fairbairn, D.D., Principal of Mansfield College, Oxford, Rev. Alexander McLaren, D.D., President of the Baptist Union.)

13            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 1 (1892) (Genesis)14                 The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 2 (1892) (Exodus)

14            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 3 (1892) (Leviticus, and Numbers 1-15)

15            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 4 (1892)  (Numbers 16-36 and Deuteronomy)

16            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 5 (1892) (Joshua)

17            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 6 (1892) (Judges)

18            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 7 (1892) (Ruth, 1 Samuel, and 2 Samuel)

19            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 8 (1892) (1 Kings and 2 Kings)

20            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 9 (1892) (1 Chronicles, 2 Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah 1-6)

21            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 10 (1892) (Nehemiah 7-13, Esther, and Job)

22            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 11 (1892) (Psalms 1-87)

23            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 12 (1892) (Psalms 88-150)

24            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 13 (1892) (Proverbs)

25            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 14 (1892)  (Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon)

26            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 15 (1892) (Isaiah 1-37)

27            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 16 (1892) (Isaiah 38-66)

28            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 17 (1892) (Jeremiah)

29            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 18 (1892) (Lamentations and Ezekiel)

30            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 19 (1892) (Daniel)

31            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 20 (1892) (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi)

32            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 21 (1892) (Index to the Commentary on the Old Testament)

33            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 22 (1892) (Matthew)

34            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 23 (1892) (Mark)

35            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 24 (1892) (Luke)

36            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 25 (1892) (John)

37            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 26 (1892) (Acts)

38            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 27 (1892) (Romans)

39            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 28 (1892) (1 Corinthians and 2 Corinthians)

40            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 29 (1892)  (Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, and 2 Thessalonians)

41            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 30 (1892) (1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, and James)

42            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 31 (1892) (1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Jude, and The Revelation of Jesus Christ to the Apostle John)

43            The Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (On an Original Plan) Volume 32 (1892) (Index to the Commentary on the New Testament)

44            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 1 (1897) (Genesis)

45            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 2 (1897) (Exodus - Volume 1)

46            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 3 (1897) (Exodus - Volume 2)

47            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 4 (1897) (Leviticus)

48            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 5 (1897) (Numbers)

49            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 6 (1897) (Deuteronomy)

50            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 7 (1897) (Joshua)

51            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 8 (1897) (Judges and Ruth)

52            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 9 (1897) (1 Samuel)

53            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 10 (1897) (2 Samuel)

54            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 11 (1897) (1 Kings)

55            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 12 (1897) (2 Kings)

56            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 13 (1897) (1 Chronicles)

57            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 14 (1897) (2 Chronicles)

58            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 15 (1897) (Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther)

59            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 16 (1897) (Job)

60            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 17 (1897) (Psalms - Volume 1)

61            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 18 (1897) (Psalms - Volume 2)

62            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 19 (1897) (Psalms - Volume 3)

63            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 20 (1897) (Proverbs)

64            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 21 (1897) (Ecclesiastes)

65            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 22 (1897) (Song of Solomon)

66            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 23 (1897) (Isaiah - Volume 1)

67            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 24 (1897) (Isaiah - Volume 2)

68            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 25 (1897) (Jeremiah - Volume 1)

69            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 26 (1897) (Jeremiah and Lamentations - Volume 2)

70            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 27 (1897) (Ezekiel - Volume 1)

71            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 28 (1897) (Ezekiel - Volume 2)

72            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 30 (1897) (Hosea and Joel)

73            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 31 (1897) (Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah)

74            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 32 (1897) (Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi)

75            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 33 (1897) (Matthew - Volume 1)

76            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 34 (1897) (Matthew - Volume 2)

77            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 35 (1897) (Mark - Volume 1)

78            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 36 (1897) (Mark - Volume 2)

79            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 37 (1897) (Luke - Volume 1)

80            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 38 (1897) (Luke - Volume 2)

81            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 39 (1897) (John - Volume 1)

82            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 40 (1897) (John - Volume 2)

83            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 41 (1897) (Acts - Volume 1)

84            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 42 (1897) (Acts - Volume 2)

85            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 43 (1897) (Romans)

86            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 44 (1897) (1 Corinthians)

87            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 45 (1897) (2 Corinthians)

88            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 46 (1897) (Galatians and Ephesians)

89            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 47 (1897) (Philippians and Colossians)

90            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 48 (1897) (1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon)

91            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 49 (1897) (Hebrews and James)

92            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 50 (1897) (1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, and Jude)

93            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 51 (1897) (The Revelation of Jesus Christ to John)

94            The Pulpit Commentary, H. D. M. Spence, Editor. Volume 52 (1919) (Index)

95            The Secrets of a Great Cathedral. (1914)

96            The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles. A Translation with Notes; and Excursus (I. to IX.) Illustrative of the "Teaching;" and the Greek Text. (1885)

97            The White Robe of Churches of the Eleventh Century. Pages from the Story of Gloucester Cathedral. (1899)

98            Thirty Thousand Thoughts, being Extracts covering a Comprehensive Circle of Religious and allied Topics, gathered from the best available Sources, of all Ages and all Schools of Thought; with Suggestive and Seminal headings and Homiletical and Illustrative Framework: The whole Arranged upon a Scientific basis. With classified and Thought-Multiplying Lists, Comparative Tables, and elaborate Indices, Alphabetical, Topical, Textual, and Scriptural. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1889) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917, ed; Exell, Joseph S. (Joseph Samuel), 1849-; Neil, Charles) (v. 1. Christian evidences. The Holy spirit. The beatitudes. The Lord's prayer. Man, and his traits of character.)

99            Thirty Thousand Thoughts, being Extracts covering a Comprehensive Circle of Religious and allied Topics, gathered from the best available Sources, of all Ages and all Schools of Thought; with Suggestive and Seminal headings and Homiletical and Illustrative Framework: The whole Arranged upon a Scientific basis. With classified and Thought-Multiplying Lists, Comparative Tables, and elaborate Indices, Alphabetical, Topical, Textual, and Scriptural. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1889) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917, ed; Exell, Joseph S. (Joseph Samuel), 1849-; Neil, Charles) (v. 2. Man's nature and constitution. The laws by which man is conditioned. The epistles to the seven churches of Asia. The seven sayings on the cross. Virtues, including excellences (first part.))

100         Thirty Thousand Thoughts, being Extracts covering a Comprehensive Circle of Religious and allied Topics, gathered from the best available Sources, of all Ages and all Schools of Thought; with Suggestive and Seminal headings and Homiletical and Illustrative Framework: The whole Arranged upon a Scientific basis. With classified and Thought-Multiplying Lists, Comparative Tables, and elaborate Indices, Alphabetical, Topical, Textual, and Scriptural. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1889) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917, ed; Exell, Joseph S. (Joseph Samuel), 1849-; Neil, Charles) (v. 3. Virtues, including excellences (second, third, fourth, & fifth parts) The Mosaic economy.)

101         Thirty Thousand Thoughts, being Extracts covering a Comprehensive Circle of Religious and allied Topics, gathered from the best available Sources, of all Ages and all Schools of Thought; with Suggestive and Seminal headings and Homiletical and Illustrative Framework: The whole Arranged upon a Scientific basis. With classified and Thought-Multiplying Lists, Comparative Tables, and elaborate Indices, Alphabetical, Topical, Textual, and Scriptural. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1889) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917, ed; Exell, Joseph S. (Joseph Samuel), 1849-; Neil, Charles) (v. 4. Jehovistic names and titles of God. The attributes of God. Sins. Christian dogmatics.)

102         Thirty Thousand Thoughts, being Extracts covering a Comprehensive Circle of Religious and allied Topics, gathered from the best available Sources, of all Ages and all Schools of Thought; with Suggestive and Seminal headings and Homiletical and Illustrative Framework: The whole Arranged upon a Scientific basis. With classified and Thought-Multiplying Lists, Comparative Tables, and elaborate Indices, Alphabetical, Topical, Textual, and Scriptural. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1889) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917, ed; Exell, Joseph S. (Joseph Samuel), 1849-; Neil, Charles) (v. 5. Christian dogmatics (concluded))

103         Thirty Thousand Thoughts, being Extracts covering a Comprehensive Circle of Religious and allied Topics, gathered from the best available Sources, of all Ages and all Schools of Thought; with Suggestive and Seminal headings and Homiletical and Illustrative Framework: The whole Arranged upon a Scientific basis. With classified and Thought-Multiplying Lists, Comparative Tables, and elaborate Indices, Alphabetical, Topical, Textual, and Scriptural. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1889) (Author: Spence-Jones, H. D. M. (Henry Donald Maurice), 1836-1917, ed; Exell, Joseph S. (Joseph Samuel), 1849-; Neil, Charles) (v. 6. Old Testament Scripture characters (male) New Testament Scripture characters (male) Index to the six volumes.)

 


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1               A Pastor's Sketches: or, Conversations with Anxious Inquirers, Respecting the Way of Salvation. Sixth Edition. (1851)

2               Discourses on Sacramental Occasions. With an Introduction by Gardiner Spring, D.D. (1861)

3               Fugitive Slave Law. The Religious duty of Obedience to Law: A Sermon Preached in the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, on Nov. 24, 1850. (1850)

4               Sermons of the Rev. Ichabod S. Spencer, D.D., Doctrinal. (1885)

5               Sermons of the Rev. Ichabod S. Spencer, D.D., Practical. With a Sketch of his Life, by the Rev. J. M. Sherwood. (1885)

6               Sermons of Rev. Ichabod S. Spencer, D.D., Late Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Long Island. With a Sketch of his Life, by Rev. J. M. Sherwood. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855)

7               Sermons of Rev. Ichabod S. Spencer, D.D., Late Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Long Island. With a Sketch of his Life, by Rev. J. M. Sherwood. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

8               The Conflagration in the City of New York: A Discourse, Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, on Dec. 20, 1835; on the Subject of the Fire in New-York on the Night of December 16th. (1836)

9               The National Warning: A Sermon, Preached on the Sabbath after the Death of General William H. Harrison, late President of the United States. (1841)

10            The Young Irishman. From "A Pastor's Sketches; or, Conversations with Anxious Inquirers respecting the Way of Salvation." (1850)

11            Triumph in Suffering. A Discourse Delivered at the Funeral of the Rev. I. S. Spencer, D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, Long Island. By Gardiner, Spring, D.D., LL.D., Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New York. (1855)

 


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1               "Life Pictures of Spener and his Times." Philip Jacob Spener, a Historical Life Picture. Translated            from the German of Dr. A. Wildenhahn, by Rev. G. A. Wenzel, A.M. Edited by J. K. Shryock, A.M.,            Editor of the "Fatherland Series." (1879) (Author: Wildenhahn, Carl August, 1805-1868;         Shryock, John Knight, 1890- ed; Wenzel, G. A. tr)

2               Philip Jacob Spener and his Work. By Marie E. Richard. (1897) (Author: Richard, Marie E
            Subject:
Spener, Philipp Jakob, 1635-1705; Francke, August Hermann, 1663-1727)

3               Pia Desideria; or, Divine Addresses. In Three Books. Illustrated with 47 Copper-Plates. Written in         Latin by Herm. Hugo. Englished by Edm. Arwaker, M.A. The Third Edition, Corrected. (1702)

 


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1               The History of the Church of Scotland. Beginning the Year of Our Lord 203 and Continuing to the End of the Reign of King James VI. By John Spottiswood, Archbishop of St. Andrews. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1850) (Author: Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland); Spottiswood, John, 1565-1639; Napier, Mark; Russell, M., Right Rev)

2               The History of the Church of Scotland. Beginning the Year of Our Lord 203 and Continuing to the End of the Reign of King James VI. By John Spottiswood, Archbishop of St. Andrews. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1850) (Author: Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland); Spottiswood, John, 1565-1639; Napier, Mark; Russell, M., Right Rev)

3               The History of the Church of Scotland. Beginning the Year of Our Lord 203 and Continuing to the End of the Reign of King James VI. By John Spottiswood, Archbishop of St. Andrews. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1850) (Author: Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland); Spottiswood, John, 1565-1639; Napier, Mark; Russell, M., Right Rev)

 


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1               A Biographical Sketch of the Rev. William Buell Sprague, D. D., LL. D. By Charles B. Moore, Life Member of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. (1877)

2               A Discourse Delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Bowdoin College, September 5,     1850. (1850)

3               A Discourse Addressed to the Alumni of the Princeton Theological Seminary, Apr. 30, 1862, on Occasion of its First Half Century. With an Appendix, containing Notices of the other Commemorative Exercises. (1862)

4               A Discourse Commemorative of the Late Rev. John M. Krebs, D.D. Delivered in the Rutgers Presbyterian Church, corner of Madison Avenue and Twenty-Ninth Street, New York, on Sabbath Morning, October 27, 1867. (1867) (Subject: Krebs, John M. (John Michael), 1804-1867)

5               A Discourse Delivered at Castleton, May 27, 1830, at the opening of the Vermont Classical Seminary. (1830)

6               A Discourse Delivered in the First Congregational Church in Northampton, Massachusetts, on the 26th of July, 1868, the Sabbath Immediately succeeding the Funeral of the Rev. William Allen, D.D. By William B. Sprague, D.D., Minister of the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany. With an Appendix, containing notices of the Funeral Services, Etc. (1868) (Subject: Allen, William, 1784-1868)

7               A Discourse Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Occasion of the Death of Mrs. Jemima Prentice, Widow of the Late Sartell Prentice. (1865) (Subject: Prentice, Jemima Parmelee, 1773-1865)

8               A Historical Discourse, Delivered at West Springfield, December 2, 1824, the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving. By William B. Sprague, Pastor of the First Church in West Springfield. (1825)

9               A Sermon Addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany, Sabbath Morning, March 14, 1858, on Occasion of the Death of Mrs. Alexander Marvin. (1858) (Subject: Marvin, Alexander, Mrs., d. 1858)

10            A Sermon Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Sabbath Afternoon, July 20, 1854, Immediately after the Funeral of Mrs. Harriet Chapin, Wife of Lyman Chapin, Esquire. (1854) (Subject: Chapin, Harriet Sheldon, 1804-1854)

11            A Sermon Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Sabbath Morning, August 20, 1854; Commemorative of the Character of Mrs. Christina Lee, Widow of the Late Thomas Lee. (1854) (Subject: Lee, Christina Pohlman, 1798-1854)

12            A Sermon Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sunday Morning, November 6, 1859, on Occasion of the Death of Mrs. Eliza McIntyre, Wife of the Late Honorable Archibald McIntyre. (1859) (Subject: McIntyre, Eliza McDonald, 1781-1859)

13            A Sermon Delivered on Wednesday Evening, June 21, 1854, at the Installation of the Rev. E. Smalley, D.D., as Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Troy, by William B. Sprague, D.D., Minister of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany. With the Charge to the Pastor, by the Rev. E. E. Seelye, and the Address to the People, by the Rev. E. Halley, D.D. (1854)

14            A Sermon Preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, February 9, 1845, the Sabbath Immediately Succeeding the Death of Mrs. Oliver S. Strong, of Jersey City, Daughter of Archibald McIntyre, Esquire of Albany. (1845) (Subject: Strong, Margaret McIntyre, 1811-1845)

15            A Sermon Preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sabbath Evening, May 11, 1834 and repeated, by Special Request, on the Ensuing Tuesday Evening, in the Second Reformed Dutch Church, in Behalf of the Polish Exiles lately Arrived in this Country. (1834)

16            A Sermon Preached March 7, 1855, on Occasion of the Ordination of the Rev. Theron H. Hawkes, and his Installation as Pastor of the First Congregational Church, in West Springfield, Massachusetts. (1855) (Subject: Hawks, T. H. (Theron Holbrook), 1821-1908)

17            A Sermon Preached May 15, 1821, at the Interment of Mrs. Elizabeth Lathrop, Relict of the Rev. Joseph Lathrop, D.D. (1821) (Subject: Lathrop, Elizabeth Dwight, 1736-1821)

18            A Sermon Preached on Wednesday Evening, July 11, 1855, at the Installation of the Rev. Duncan Kennedy, D.D., as Pastor of the Second Street Presbyterian Church, Troy. (1855) (Subject: Kennedy, Duncan, 1809-1887)

19            An Address at the Opening of the New Edifice for the Howard Sunday School, on Sabbath Evening, September 10, 1848. With an Appendix. (1848) (Author: Sprague, William B. (William Buell), 1795-1876; Jones, Joseph Huntington, 1797-1868. [from old catalog] Subject: Philadelphia. Howard Sunday school.)

 20           An Address Delivered at the Close of the Annual Examination of the Young Ladies Institute, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. September 28, 1844. (1844)

21            An Address Delivered at the Opening of the Brooklyn Female Academy, on Monday Evening, May 4, 1846. (1846)

22            An Address Delivered in the Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezer Church, Albany, on Occasion of the Funeral of Mrs. Susan C. Pohlman, Wife of the Rev. Henry N. Pohlman, D.D., November 10, 1863. (1863) (Subject: Pohlman, Susan C.)

23            An Address Delivered in the Mercer Street Church, New York, December 2, 1858, at the Funeral of the Honorable Benjamin Franklin Butler, Late Attorney General of the United States. (1859) (Subject: Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1795-1858.)

24            An Address Delivered in the Middle Dutch Church, Albany, at the Funeral of Mrs. Jane Wyckoff, Wife of the Rev. I. N. Wyckoff, D. D., Mon., January 31, 1847. (1848) (Subject: Wyckoff, Jane Kyes, 1809-1848)

25            An Address Delivered in the South Dutch Church, Albany, October 6, 1829, on the Anniversary of the County Sabbath School Union. (1829)

26            An Address Delivered July 24, 1849, before the United Literary Societies of Hamilton College. (1849) (Subject: Hamilton college, Clinton, N.Y.)

27            An Address, Delivered on the 9th of August, 1865, before the Phrenakosmian Society of Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg. (1865)

28            An Address Delivered on the Evening of the Twenty-Second of February, 1847. Before the Young Men's Association of the City of Albany. (1847)

29            An Exposition of the Epistle to the Ephesians, in a Series of Discourses: With a Preliminary Sermon on the Evidences of the Gospel, Especially those Derived from the Conversion, Ministry, and Writings of the Apostle Paul. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D., Formerly Pastor of the Church in West Springfield, Massachusetts. To which is Prefixed a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. William B. Sprague, D.D. (1864) (Author: Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876 Subject: Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820;)

30            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 1 (1857) (Trinitarian Congregational. 1629-1770.)

31            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 2 (1857) (Trinitarian Congregational. 1771-1841.)

32            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 3 (1858) (Presbyterian. 1683-1792.)

33            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 4 (1858) (Presbyterian. 1792-1841.)

34            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 5 (1859) (Episcopalian. 1650-1845.)

35            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 6 (1860) (Baptist. 1638-1840.)

36            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 7 (1861) (Methodist. 1766-1846.)

37            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 8 (1865) (Unitarian Congregational. 1717-1844.)

38            Annals of the American Pulpit; or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, from Early Settlement of the Country to the close of the Year 1855. With Historical Introductions. In Nine Volumes. Volume 9 (1869) (Lutheran. 1734-1842. Reformed Dutch. 1642-1844. American Associate. 1753-1848. Associate Reformed. 1754-1831. Reformed Presbyterian. 1793-1835.)

39            Glorifying God in the Fires. A Discourse Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, November 28, 1861, the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving, in the State of New York. (1861)

40            Heroes and Martyrs of the Modern Missionary Enterprise A Record of their Lives and Labors. Including a Historical Review of Earlier Missions. Edited by Lucius E. Smith. With an Introduction by Rev. William B. Sprague, D.D. (1856) (Author: Smith, Lucius E. (Lucius Edwin), 1822-1900; Sprague, William Buell, 1826-1906)

41            Hints Designed to Regulate the Intercourse of Christians. (1834)

42            Intemperance, a just cause for alarm and exertion. A Sermon, Preached at West Springfield, April 5, 1827, the Day of the Annual Fast. (1827)

43            Lectures Illustrating the Contrast between Christianity and Various other Systems. (1837)

44            Lectures to Young People: By William B. Sprague, D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Albany. With an Introductory Address, by Samuel Miller, D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary at Princeton. (1830) (Author: Sprague, William B. (William Buell), 1795-1876; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850.)

45            Lectures on Revivals of Religion; by William B. Sprague, D.D., Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Albany: With an Introductory Essay by Leonard Woods, D.D. Also an Appendix, consisting of Letters from the Rev. Doctors Alexander, Wayland, Dana, Miller, Hyde, Hawes, M'Dowell, Porter, Payson, Proudfit, Neill, Milledoler, Davis, Lord, Humphrey, Day, Green, Waddel, Griffin, and Rev. C. P. McIlvaine. (1832) (Author: Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876; Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854)

46            Letters from Europe, in 1828; First Published in the New-York Observer. (1828)

47            Letters on Practical Subjects, to a Daughter. Fourth American Edition, Revised and Enlarged. (1846)

48            Letters to Young Men, founded on the History of Joseph. Seventh Edition. (1851)

49            Memoir of the Rev. Edward D. Griffin, D.D. Compiled Chiefly from his own Writings. (1838) (Subject: Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837)

50            Memoirs of the Rev. John McDowell, D.D., and the Rev. William A. McDowell, D.D. (1864) (Subject: McDowell, John, 1780-1863; McDowell, William Anderson, 1789-1851)

51            Memorial of Cortlandt Van Rensselaer. (1860) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876 Subject: Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 1808-1860)

52            Our Triennial Catalogue. A Discourse, Addressed to the Alumni of Yale College, at their Annual Meeting, July 25, 1860. (1860)

53            Religion and Rank: A Sermon Addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, February 3, 1839, the Sabbath Immediately Succeeding the Funeral of the Honorable Stephen Van Rensselaer. (1839) (Subject: Van Rensselaer, Stephen, 1765-1839)

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

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

56            Sermons by the Late Rev. James Richards, D.D.: With an Essay on his Character. By William B. Sprague. (1849) (Author: Richards, James, 1767-1843; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

57            Sermons by the Rev. Samuel Davies, A.M., President of the College of New Jersey. With a Funeral Sermon by the Rev. Samuel Finley, D.D., his Successor in that Office, and some Account of President Davies, by the Rev. Thomas Gibbons, D.D., of London, and the Rev. David Bostwick, M.A., of New York. Containing also an Introductory Memoir of President Davies, by the Rev. William B. Sprague, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1864) (Author: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

58            Sermons by the Rev. Samuel Davies, A.M., President of the College of New Jersey. With a Funeral Sermon by the Rev. Samuel Finley, D.D., his Successor in that Office, and some Account of President Davies, by the Rev. Thomas Gibbons, D.D., of London, and the Rev. David Bostwick, M.A., of New York. Containing also an Introductory Memoir of President Davies, by the Rev. William B. Sprague, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1864) (Author: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

59            Sermons by the Rev. Samuel Davies, A.M., President of the College of New Jersey. With a Funeral Sermon by the Rev. Samuel Finley, D.D., his Successor in that Office, and some Account of President Davies, by the Rev. Thomas Gibbons, D.D., of London, and the Rev. David Bostwick, M.A., of New York. Containing also an Introductory Memoir of President Davies, by the Rev. William B. Sprague, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1864) (Author: Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785; Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

60            The Christian's Present for all Seasons: Containing Devotional Thoughts of Eminent Divines, from Joseph Hall to William Jay, Selected and Edited by D. A. Harsha, M.A., with an Introductory essay on Devotion, by W. B. Sprague, D.D. (1866) (Author: Harsha, D. A. (David Addison), 1827-1895; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876) (Joseph Hall, D.D., Richard Sibbes, D.D., Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Robert Leighton, D.D., Richard Baxter, John Owen, D.D., William Bates, D.D., Symon Patrick, D.D., John Flavel, B.A., Stephen Charnock, B.D., John Bunyan, John Tillotson, D.D., Isaac Barrow, D.D., John Howe, M.A., Ezekiel Hopkins, D.D., Thomas Ken, D.D., Thomas Comber, D.D., Benjamin Jenks, Matthew Henry, Thomas Wilson, D.D., Isaac Watts, D.D., Thomas Adam, Philip Doddridge, D.D., Jonathan Edwards, A.M., John Wesley, A.M., William Romaine, A.M., Samuel Davies, A.M., John Newton, Thomas Scott, D.D., John Logan, F.R.S., Timothy Dwight, D.D., LL.D., Andrew Fuller, Robert Hall, A.M., John M. Mason, D.D., Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., Reginald Heber, D.D., Edward Bickersteth, William Nevins, D.D., William Jay.)

61            The Claims of Past and Future Generations on Civil Rulers - A Sermon, May 25, 1825.

62            The Excellent Woman as Described in the Book of Proverbs. (1851)

63            The Close of a Sermon Preached on Sunday Morning, December 9, 1860, with some Reference to the Death of Miss Ellie P. Frisbee. By her Pastor. (1860) (Subject: Frisbee, Ellie, d. 1860)

64            The Life of Daniel Dana, D.D. By Members of his Family. With a Sketch of his Character, by W. M. Sprague, D.D. (1866) (Author: Dana, William Coombs, 1810-1873; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876 Subject: Dana, Daniel, 1771-1859)

65            The Man of Business, Considered in his Various Relations. By James W. Alexander, D.D., John Todd, D.D., William B. Sprague, D.D., Stephen H. Tyng, D.D., Isaac Ferris, D.D., Jonathan F. Stearns, D.D. (1857) (Author: Alexander, James Waddell; Todd, John; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876; Tyng, Stephen Higginson; Ferris, Isaac; Stearns, Jonathan F. (Jonathan French), 1808-1889)

66            The Purpose of God in Afflicting Ministers: A Sermon, Preached at South Hadley, April 30, 1826, the Sabbath Immediately Succeeding the Death of Mrs. Abigail E. Boies, Wife of the Rev. Artemas Boies. (1826)

67            The Tribute of a Mourning Husband. A Sermon, Delivered at West-Springfield, July 1, 1821, the Sabbath after the Interment of Mrs. Charlotte E. Sprague, by her Bereaved Husband, William B. Sprague. (1821) (Subject: Sprague, Charlotte E. (Charlotte Eaton), 1797-1821)

68            Visits to European Celebrities. (1855)

69            Voice of the Rod: A Sermon, Delivered at Albany, May 14, 1841, the Day of the National Fast, Occasioned by the Death of the Late William Henry Harrison, President of the United States. (1841) (Subject: Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841)

 


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1               A Dissertation on Native Depravity. (1833)

2               A Dissertation on the Means of Regeneration. (1828)

3               A Dissertation on the Rule of Faith; Delivered at Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Annual Meeting of the American Bible Society, and Published at their Request. (1844)

4               A Funeral Sermon, Occasioned by the Death of the Late Horace Holden. (1862) (Subject: Holden, Horace, 1793-1862)

5               A Pastor's Tribute to One of his Flock. The Memoirs of the Late Hannah L. Murray. (1849) (Subject: Murray, Hannah Lindley, 1777-1836)

6               An Address Delivered at Princeton, New Jersey, at the Annual Examination of the Students of the Theological Seminary, May, 1832. (1832)

7               An Appeal to the Citizens of New-York, in behalf of the Christian Sabbath. (1823)

8               Brick Church Memorial, Containing the Discourses Delivered by Dr. Spring on the closing of the Old Church in Beekman S., and the opening of the New Church on Murray Hill; The Discourse delivered on the Fiftieth Anniversary of his Installation as Pastor of the Brick Church; With the Proceedings of the Memorial Meeting, and the Discourse Preached on the Occasion of Mrs. Spring’s Decease. (1861)

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

10            Essays on the Distinguishing Traits of Christian Character. (1825)

11            First Things: A Series of Lectures on the Great Facts and Moral Lessons First Revealed to Mankind. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1851)

12            First Things: A Series of Lectures on the Great Facts and Moral Lessons First Revealed to Mankind. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

13            Fragments from the Study of a Pastor. Volume 1 (1838)

14            Good Hope Through Grace; or, Distinguishing Traits of Christian Character. A New Edition. (1850)

15            Installation Services of the Rev. William J. Hoge, as Associate Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on May 22, 1859. Being the Sermon by Rev. Dr. Spring, Senior Pastor of the Church. Charge to the Pastor, by Rev. Dr. Krebs. Charge to the People, by Rev. Dr. Potts. (1859) (Subject: Hoge, William J. (William James), 1825-1864)

16            Memoirs of the Rev. Samuel John Mills, Late Missionary to the South Western Section of the United States, and Agent of the American Colonization Society. Deputed to Explore the Coast of Africa. (1820) (Subject: Mills, Samuel John, 1783-1818)

17            Personal Reminiscences of the Life and Times of Gardiner Spring. Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York. Volume 1 (1866)

18            State Thanksgiving During the Rebellion. A Sermon, Preached November 28, 1861. (1862)

19            The Attraction of the Cross; Designed to Illustrate the Leading Truths, Obligations, and Hopes of Christianity. (1846)

20            The Bethel Flag: A Series of Short Discourses to Seamen. (1848)

21            The Bible not of Man: or, The Argument for the Divine Origin of the Sacred Scriptures, Drawn from the Scriptures Themselves. (1847)

22            The Contrast between Good and Bad Men, Illustrated by the Biography and Truths of the Bible. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855)

23            The Danger and Hope of the American People: A Discourse on the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving, in the State of New York. (1843)

24            The Glory of Christ: Illustrated in His Character and History, Including the Last Things of His Mediatorial Government. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1852)

25            The Glory of Christ: Illustrated in His Character and History, Including the Last Things of His Mediatorial Government. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1852)

26            The Mercy Seat; Thoughts Suggested by the Lord's Prayer. (1852)

27            The Mission of Sorrow. (1863)

28            The New England Society Orations, Addresses, Sermons, and Poems Delivered before the New                England Society in the City of New York. 1820-1885. Collected and Edited by Cephas Brainerd             and Eveline Warner Brainerd. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1901) (Author: Brainerd, Cephas,     1831-1910, ed; New England Society in the City of New York; Brainerd, Eveline Warner, joint ed)        (I. Hopkins, W. R. Beginnings of the New England society of New York, 1884. Spring, G. A tribute          to New England, 1820. Remarks on the charges made by the Rev. Gardiner Spring, D. D., against             the religion and morals of the people of Boston and its vicinity, 1821. Romeyn, J. B. The duty and              reward of honoring God, 1821. Whelpley, P. M. "The memory of the just is blessed." 1822.                   Knapp, S. L. Address, 1829. Bacon, L. Address, 1838. Winthrop, R. C. Address, 1839. Hadduck, C.             R. The elements of national greatness, 1841. Cheever, G. B. The elements of national greatness,        1842. Choate, R. The age of the Pilgrims the heroic period of our history, 1843. Webster, D. The                   landing at Plymouth. 1843. Marsh, G. P. Address, 1844. Upham, C. W. The spirit of the day and                 its lessons, 1846.--II. Hall, J. P. Discourse, 1847. Bushnell, H. The founders, great in their                unconsciousness, 1949. Webster, D. The Constitution and the union, 1850. Hillard, G. S. The past         and the future.)

 

29            The New England Society Orations, Addresses, Sermons, and Poems Delivered before the New                England Society in the City of New York. 1820-1885. Collected and Edited by Cephas Brainerd             and Eveline Warner Brainerd. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1901) (Author: Brainerd, Cephas,     1831-1910, ed; New England Society in the City of New York; Brainerd, Eveline Warner, joint ed)        (I. Hopkins, W. R. Beginnings of the New England society of New York, 1884. Spring, G. A tribute          to New England, 1820. Remarks on the charges made by the Rev. Gardiner Spring, D. D., against             the religion and morals of the people of Boston and its vicinity, 1821. Romeyn, J. B. The duty and              reward of honoring God, 1821. Whelpley, P. M. "The memory of the just is blessed." 1822.                   Knapp, S. L. Address, 1829. Bacon, L. Address, 1838. Winthrop, R. C. Address, 1839. Hadduck, C.             R. The elements of national greatness, 1841. Cheever, G. B. The elements of national greatness,        1842. Choate, R. The age of the Pilgrims the heroic period of our history, 1843. Webster, D. The                   landing at Plymouth. 1843. Marsh, G. P. Address, 1844. Upham, C. W. The spirit of the day and                 its lessons, 1846.--II. Hall, J. P. Discourse, 1847. Bushnell, H. The founders, great in their                unconsciousness, 1949. Webster, D. The Constitution and the union, 1850. Hillard, G. S. The past         and the future.)

 

30            The New England Society Orations, Addresses, Sermons, and Poems Delivered before the New                England Society in the City of New York. 1820-1885. Collected and Edited by Cephas Brainerd             and Eveline Warner Brainerd. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1901) (Author: Brainerd, Cephas,     1831-1910, ed; New England Society in the City of New York; Brainerd, Eveline Warner, joint ed)        (I. Hopkins, W. R. Beginnings of the New England society of New York, 1884. Spring, G. A tribute          to New England, 1820. Remarks on the charges made by the Rev. Gardiner Spring, D. D., against             the religion and morals of the people of Boston and its vicinity, 1821. Romeyn, J. B. The duty and              reward of honoring God, 1821. Whelpley, P. M. "The memory of the just is blessed." 1822.                   Knapp, S. L. Address, 1829. Bacon, L. Address, 1838. Winthrop, R. C. Address, 1839. Hadduck, C.             R. The elements of national greatness, 1841. Cheever, G. B. The elements of national greatness,        1842. Choate, R. The age of the Pilgrims the heroic period of our history, 1843. Webster, D. The                   landing at Plymouth. 1843. Marsh, G. P. Address, 1844. Upham, C. W. The spirit of the day and                 its lessons, 1846.--II. Hall, J. P. Discourse, 1847. Bushnell, H. The founders, great in their                unconsciousness, 1949. Webster, D. The Constitution and the union, 1850. Hillard, G. S. The past         and the future.)

 

31            The New England Society Orations, Addresses, Sermons, and Poems Delivered before the New                England Society in the City of New York. 1820-1885. Collected and Edited by Cephas Brainerd             and Eveline Warner Brainerd. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1901) (Author: Brainerd, Cephas,     1831-1910, ed; New England Society in the City of New York; Brainerd, Eveline Warner, joint ed)        (I. Hopkins, W. R. Beginnings of the New England society of New York, 1884. Spring, G. A tribute          to New England, 1820. Remarks on the charges made by the Rev. Gardiner Spring, D. D., against             the religion and morals of the people of Boston and its vicinity, 1821. Romeyn, J. B. The duty and              reward of honoring God, 1821. Whelpley, P. M. "The memory of the just is blessed." 1822.                   Knapp, S. L. Address, 1829. Bacon, L. Address, 1838. Winthrop, R. C. Address, 1839. Hadduck, C.             R. The elements of national greatness, 1841. Cheever, G. B. The elements of national greatness,        1842. Choate, R. The age of the Pilgrims the heroic period of our history, 1843. Webster, D. The                   landing at Plymouth. 1843. Marsh, G. P. Address, 1844. Upham, C. W. The spirit of the day and                 its lessons, 1846.--II. Hall, J. P. Discourse, 1847. Bushnell, H. The founders, great in their                unconsciousness, 1949. Webster, D. The Constitution and the union, 1850. Hillard, G. S. The past         and the future.)

 

32            The Obligations of the World to the Bible: A Series of Lectures to Young Men. (1846)

33            The Old and the New Church. Two Discourses: The First Delivered on the 25th of May, 1856, as the closing Sermon in the Old Brick Church in Beekman Street: the last on the 31st of October, 1858, at the Dedication of the New Brick Church on Murray Hill; by Gardiner Spring, D.D., LL.D., Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New York. (1858)

34            The Power of the Pulpit; or, Thoughts Addressed to Christian Ministers and Those who hear them. Second Edition. (1854)

35            The Will of God Performed on Earth. A Sermon Preached at Utica, New York, October 8, 1834, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting. (1835)

 


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1               A Record of Proceedings in the North Congregational Church, Newburyport, Jan. 24, 1868, on the Occasion of its One Hundredth Anniversary, Consisting of a Discourse, Addresses, and Letters. Edited by the Pastor, Rev. William Anderson, McGinley. (1868)

2               A Sermon, delivered before the Massachusetts Missionary Society, at their annual meeting on May 25, 1802. (1802)

3               A Sermon Preached at New Haven, Con. Before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions at their Ninth Annual Meeting, Sept. 10, 1818. (1818)

4               An Address to the members of the Merrimack Humane Society, at their Anniversary meeting in Newburyport, Sept. 1, 1807. (1807) (Author: Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819 Subject: Drowning)

5               Moral Disquisitions: and Strictures on the Rev. David Tappan’s Letters to Philalethes. By Samuel Spring, A.M. Pastor of the North Church in Newburyport. (1815)

 


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1               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 Review of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon's Two Bridges of Calvinism and Arminianism, by the Rev.    Daniel Macafee, Wesleyan Minister. (microfilm) (1858) (Author: Macafee, Daniel, 1791-1873)

2               According to Promise; or, The Lord's Method of Dealing with His Chosen People. (1900)

3               Anecdotes and Stories, including the Platform Sayings of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, D.D. (1866)                (Author: Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873; Spurgeon, C. H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892) (Bound    with Spurgeon, C.H. Anecdotes and stories, 1866)

4               Around the Wicket Gate; or, A Friendly Talk with Seekers Concerning Faith in the Lord Jesus     Christ. (1890)

5               Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon's compiled from his Diary, Letters, and Records by his Wife and his Private Secretary. In Four Volumes.  Volume 1 (1898) (1834-1854.)

6               Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon's compiled from his Diary, Letters, and Records by his Wife and his Private Secretary. In Four Volumes.  Volume 2 (1899) (1854-1860.)

7               Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon's compiled from his Diary, Letters, and Records by his Wife and his Private Secretary. In Four Volumes.  Volume 3 (1899) (1856-1878.)

8               Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon's compiled from his Diary, Letters, and Records by his Wife and his Private Secretary. In Four Volumes.  Volume 4 (1900) (1878-1892.)

9               Charles H. Spurgeon: His Faith and Works. By Heman Lincoln Wayland. (1892) (Author:           Wayland, H. L. (Heman Lincoln), 1830-1898)

10            Charles H. Spurgeon: His Life and Labors. By George C. Needham. With Introduction by Rev. A. J.             Gordon, D.D. (1892) (Author: Needham, Geo. C. (George Carter), 1840-1902)

11            Charles Haddon Spurgeon. By James J. Ellis. (189?)

12            Christ in the Old Testament. Sermons on the Foreshadowings of Our Lord in Old Testament      History, Ceremony, and Prophecy. (1899)

13            Commenting and Commentaries: Two Lectures Addressed to the Students of the Pastor's         College, Metropolitan Tabernacle, Together with a Catalogue of Biblical Commentaries and              Expositions. By C. H. Spurgeon, President. (1876)

14            Crowding to Touch the Savior: A Sermon Delivered on Lord's-Day Morning, November 15, 1868                 (1868)

15            Daily Help. (1900)

16            Eccentric Preachers. (1879)

17            Evening by Evening; or, Readings at Eventide. For the Family or the Closet. (1884)

18            Famous Leaders Among Men. By Sarah Knowles Bolton. (1894) (Napoleon Bonaparte--Horatio                 Nelson--John Bunyan--Thomas Arnold--Wendell Phillips--Henry Ward Beecher--Charles Kingsley-              -General William Tecumseh Sherman--Charles Haddon Spurgeon--Phillips Brooks.)

 

19            Farm Sermons; or, Talks to Farmers. (1882)

20            Feathers for Arrows; or, Illustrations for Preachers and Teachers. From my Note Book. (1870)

21            First Healing and Then Service; and other Sermons Preached in 1885. (1891)

22            From the Pulpit to the Palm Branch. A Memorial of C. H. Spurgeon. Sequel to the Sketch of his                    Life, Entitled, "From the Usher's Desk to the Tabernacle Pulpit." Five Memorial Sermons by Rev.        A. T. Pierson, D.D. Descriptive Accounts of Spurgeon's long Illness, and partial Recovery; His Last                   Month at Mentone, including Verbatim Reports of the Last Two Addresses given by him and the             Last Two Articles he Wrote. With the Official Report of the Services in connection with his    Funeral. (1892) (Author: Pierson, Arthur T. (Arthur Tappan), 1837-1911)

23            From the Usher's Desk to the Tabernacle Pulpit. The Life and Labors of Charles Haddon               Spurgeon. By Rev. Robert Shindler. (1892) (Author: Shindler, Robert)

24            "George Fox."  An Address Delivered to the Society of Friends, by C. H. Spurgeon, in Devonshire                House Meeting House, Bishopsgate Street, London, on Tuesday Evening, November 6, 1866.                Charles Gilpin, Esquire, M.P., in the Chair. (1867)

25            Gleanings Among the Sheaves. Second Edition. (1869)

26            Hands Full of Honey; and other Sermons Preached in 1883. (1884)

27            Illustrations and Meditations; or, Flowers from a Puritan's Garden, Distilled, and Dispersed.                    (1883)

28            John Ploughman's Pictures; or ,More of His Plain Talk for Plain People or Biblical Wisdom for the Common Man. (1896)

29            Lectures to my Students: A Selection from Addresses Delivered to Students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle. Series 1 (1875)

30            Lectures to my Students: A Selection from Addresses Delivered to Students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle. Series 2 (1885)

31            Lectures to my Students: A Selection from Addresses Delivered to Students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle. Series 3(1905)

32            Life of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the World's Greatest Preacher. By Russell H. Conwell. (1892) (Author: Conwell, Russell Herman, 1843-1925)

33            Messages to the Multitude; Being Ten Representative Sermons selected at Metone, and Two unpublished Addresses Delivered on memorable Occasions. (1892)

34            Morning by Morning; or, Daily Readings for the Family or the Closet. (1867)

35            My Sermon Notes. A Selection from Outlines of Discourses Delivered at the Metropolitan Temple, with Anecdotes and Illustrations. Volume 1 (1884) (Genesis to Proverbs. I.-LXIV.)

36            My Sermon Notes. A Selection from Outlines of Discourses Delivered at the Metropolitan Temple, with Anecdotes and Illustrations. Volume 2 (1885) (Ecclesiastes to Malachi. LXV.-CXXIX.)

37            My Sermon Notes. A Selection from Outlines of Discourses Delivered at the Metropolitan Temple, with Anecdotes and Illustrations. Volume 3 (1886) (Matthew to Acts. CXXX.-CXCV.)

38            My Sermon Notes. A Selection from Outlines of Discourses Delivered at the Metropolitan Temple, with Anecdotes and Illustrations. Volume 4 (1888) (Romans to Revelation. CXCVI.-CCLXIV.)

39            Our Lord's Passion and Death. Sermons. (1904)

40            Representative Modern Preachers. By Lewis O. Brastow, D.D., Professor of Practical Theology in Yale University. (1910) (Author: Brastow, Lewis Orsmond, 1834-1912 Subject: Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 1768-1834; Robertson, Frederick William, 1816-1853; Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887; Bushnell, Horace, 1802-1876; Brooks, Phillips, 1835-1893; Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890; Mozley, J. B. (James Bowling), 1813-1878; Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873; Spurgeon, Charles Haddon, 1834-1892)

41            Sermons in Candles: Two Lectures upon the Illustrations which may be Found in Common Candles. With an Introduction by Rev. R. S. MacArthur, D.D. (1891)

42            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 1 (1857) (Twentieth Edition. With Additional Discourses: and an Introduction and Biographical Sketch, by E. L. Magocn, D.D.)

43            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 2 (1857)

44            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 3 (1857)

45            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 4 (1883)

46            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 5 (1857) (Preached and Revised by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon.)

47            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 6 (1857) (Preached and Revised by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon.)

48            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 7 (1857) (Preached and Revised by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon.)

49            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 8 (1857) (Preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London.)

50            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 9 (1883)

51            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 10 (1854)

52            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 11 (1883) (Sermons Preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. "Types and Emblems.")

53            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 12 (1883) (Sermons Preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. "The Present Truth.")

54            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 13 (1883) (Sermons Preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. "Storm Signals.")

55            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 14 (1883) (Sermons Preached in 1883.)

56            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 15 (1884) (Sermons Preached in 1884.)

57            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 16 (1885) (Sermons Preached in 1885.)

58            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 17 (1886) (Sermons Preached in 1886.)

59            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 18 (1887) (Sermons Preached in 1887.)

60            Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London. Series 19 (1888) (Sermons Preached in 1888.)

61            Smooth Stones Taken from Ancient Brooks. Being a Collection of Sentences, Illustrations, and Quaint Sayings, from the Works of that Renowned Puritan, Thomas Brooks. (1860)

62            Spurgeon's Gems; Being Brilliant Passages from the Discourses of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. (1859)

63            Spurgeon's Gold. New Selections from the Works of C. H. Spurgeon, Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, England. Selected by Edmond Hez Swem, Pastor, Second Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. (1888)

64            Storm Signals; Being a Collection of Sermons Preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle on Sunday and Thursday Evenings. (1885)

65            The Art of Illustration. (1894)

66            The Bible and the Newspaper. (1878)

67            The Check Book of the Bank of Faith. Being Precious Promises Arranged for Daily use with Brief Comments. (1893)

68            The Essex Lad who became England's Greatest Preacher. The Life of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, for Young People. By J. Manton Smith. (1892)

69            The Great Bible Renowns. A Sequel to that Great Book, "Bible Characters." Described and Analyzed in the Sermons and Writings of the Following Famous Authors: Henry Ward Beecher, Thomas Guthrie, and Charles H. Spurgeon. Supplemented by the Greatest Poems in Print. (1915) (Author: Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887; Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873. [from old catalog]; Spurgeon, C. H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892)

70            The Life of Charles Haddon Spurgeon. By Charles Ray. With an Introduction by Pastor Thomas Spurgeon. (1903) (Author: Ray, Charles)

71            The Matchless Mystery; and Other Sermons. By Charles H. Spurgeon. Tenth Series. Together with Complete Indexes of the Texts and Subjects of the Entire Fourteen Volumes of the American Edition of his Works. Edited by John Stanford Holme. (1878)

72            The Most Eloquent Sermons of the Greatest Living Preachers; Rev. William Morley Punshon, D.D., Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, and Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. Containing select Pulpit Orations Delivered on various Occasions, from a great Variety of Texts of Scripture, and including Dr. Punshon's Famous "Farewell Sermon," Preached in the Metropolitan Church, Toronto, previous to his Departure for England; with Portraits and Biographical Novices of each Divine; and an Introduction to Dr. Punshon's Sermons, by the Rev. W. H. Milburn. Revised and Corrected by the Respective Authors. (microfilm) (1873) (Author: Punshon, W. Morley (William Morley), 1824-1881; Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887; Spurgeon, C. H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892)

73            The People's Christ; and Other Sermons. (1903)

74            The Present Truth. A Collection of Sermons Preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. (1883)

75            The Prodigal. Chapters by Moorhouse, Moody, Spurgeon, Aitken, Talmage, and Others. Dead, and Alive Again, Lost, and Found. (1894) (Author: Moorhouse, Henry. [from old catalog]; Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899; Spurgeon, C. H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892)

76            The Saint and His Savior; or, The Progress of the Soul in the Knowledge of Jesus. (1858)

77            The Salt-Cellars . Being a Collection of Proverbs, Together With Homely Notes Thereon. These Three Things go in the Making of a Proverb: Shortness, Sense, and Salt. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1889) (A-L)

78            The Salt-Cellars . Being a Collection of Proverbs, Together With Homely Notes Thereon. These Three Things go in the Making of a Proverb: Shortness, Sense, and Salt. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1889) (M-Z)

79            The Soul-Winner; or, How to Lead Sinners to the Savior. (1895)

80            The Speaker's Complete Program. A Collection of Dialogues, Readings, and Recitations. Arranged in Programs of convenient length for School or Evening Entertainments. With short Selections suitable for Encores, Rules of Order, for Literary Societies, a Choice Selection of Music, a Juvenile Department; and John Ploughman's Pictures, by Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. Illustrated with a Series of Photographs, forming a Graphical Portrayal of the Arts of Gesture and Expression. Arranged by Miss Sallie Grancell. (microfilm) (1893) (Author: Spurgeon, C. H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892; Briggs, A. O; Grancell, Sallie)

81            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1881) (Psalm 1 to 26)

82            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1881) (Psalm 27 to 57)

83            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1881) (Psalm 58 to 87)

84            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1881) (Psalm 88 to 110)

85            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Seven Volumes. Volume 5 (1881) (Psalm 104 to 118)

86            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Seven Volumes. Volume 6 (1882) (Psalm 119 to 124)

87            The Treasury of David: Containing; An Original Exposition of the Book of Psalms; A Collection of Illustrative Extracts from the Whole range of Literature; A series of Homiletical Hints upon almost every Verse; And Lists of Writers upon Each Psalm. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1881) (Psalm 120 to 150)

88            The Way of Life. (1895) (Author: Spurgeon, C. H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892; McNeill, John, 1854-1933; Chapman, J. Wilbur (John Wilbur), 1859-1918; Mills, Benjamin Fay, 1857-1916; Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899; Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt), 1832-1902)

89            The Wit and Wisdom of Rev. Charles H. Spurgeon, with an Introductory by Rev. William Wright, D.D. (1894)

90            "Till Him Come." Communion Meditations and Addresses. (1896)

91            Trumpet Calls to Christian Energy; Being a Collection of Sermons Preached on Sunday and Thursday Evenings at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. (1875)

92            Twelve Soul-Winning Sermons. Delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. (1854)

93            Types and Emblems: Being a Collection of Sermons Preached on Sunday and Thursday Evenings at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. (1873)

 



Squier, Miles Powell (Congregationalist) (1792-1866)

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1               A Review of Dr. Emmons's Theory of God's Agency on Mankind; Addressed to the              Congregational Clergy of New England. Also, a Refutation of the Views Entertained by the              Advocates of that Theory, respecting the Necessity of the Moral Evil Existing in the Universe to a            Display of the Divine Glory. (1821)

2               The Being of God; Moral Government and Theses in Theology. Edited by Rev. James R. Boyd.     (1868) (Author: Squier, Miles P. (Miles Powell), 1792-1866; Boyd, James R. (James Robert),          1804-1890, ed)

3               The Congregational Churches of Vermont and their Ministry, 1762-1914, Historical and              Statistical. By John M. Comstock, Corresponding Secretary of Vermont Congregational         Conference. (1915)

4               The Miscellaneous Writings of Miles P. Squier, D.D., Late Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Beloit College, Wisconsin. With an Autobiography, Edited and Supplemented by the             Rev. James R. Boyd. (1867) (Author: Squier, Miles P. (Miles Powell), 1792-1866; Boyd, James R.             (James Robert), 1804-1890, ed)

5               The Problem Solved; or, Sin not of God. (1855)

 


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1               God Revealing His Truth. I. Through Patriarch and Prophet; Intermediate Department, First Year, Part I. By Walter Albion Squires, B.D. The Westminster Textbooks of Religious Education for Church Schools having, Sunday, Week Day, and Expressional Sessions. Edited by John T. Faris, D.D. (1921) (Author: Squires, Walter Albion; Faris, John Thomson, 1871-1949)

2               God Revealing His Truth. I. Through His Son; Intermediate Department, First Year, Part II. By Walter Albion Squires, B.D. The Westminster Textbooks of Religious Education for Church Schools having, Sunday, Week Day, and Expressional Sessions. Edited by John T. Faris, D.D. (1922) (Author: Squires, Walter Albion; Faris, John Thomson, 1871-1949)

3               The Pedagogy of Jesus in the Twilight of Today. (microfilm) (1927)

4               The Weekday Church School; A Historical Sketch, Brief Analysis, and Attempted Evaluation of the Organized Efforts to Furnish Weekday Religious Instruction to Pupils of Elementary and High School Age in the United States. By Walter Albion Squires, B.D., Director of Week Day Religious Instruction Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work. With an Introduction by Harold McA. Robinson, D.D. (1921)

 


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1               Christian Psychology. (1914)

2               Conversation; Sunday Readings; Good Words for 1886. (1886)

3               How to Read Shakespeare: A Guide to the General Reader. Second Edition. (1913) (The English                 histories.--The ancient histories.--The gayer comedies.--The graver comedies.--The tragedies.--         The minor poems and the life of Shakespeare.--The plays in chronological order.--A page of       learning.--Appendix: Shakespeare on music.--Indices.)

4               Imago Christi: The Example of Jesus Christ. Introduction by Rev. William M. Taylor, D.D., LL.D.                   (1889)

5               John Knox: His Ideas and Ideals. (1904)

6               Men and Morals. (1892)

7               Professor James Stalker;  From: "Great Preachers I Have Heard." By Alexander Gammie. (1938)

8               The Atonement. (1908)

9               The Beauty of the Bible: A Study of its Poets and Poetry. (1918)

10            The Christology of Jesus: Being His Teaching concerning Himself according to the Synoptic         Gospels. Second Edition. (1900) (The Cunningham Lectures for 1899.)

11            The Ethic of Jesus according to the Synoptic Gospels. (1909)

12            The Evangelical Succession; A Course of Lectures Delivered in St George's Free Church,                Edinburgh, 1881-1882. First Series. (1882) (I. Paul the Apostle. By the Rev. Principal Rainy, D.D.              II. Augustine. By the Rev. Marcus Dods, D.D. III. Columba. By the Rev. J. C. Macphail. IV. Anselm.               By the Rev. Professor T. Smith, D.D. V. Bernard. By the Rev. Professor T. M. Lindsay. VI. Wiclif. By     the Rev. Principal Brown, D.D. VII. Luther. By the Rev. Professor Salmond, D.D.)

13            The Evangelical Succession; A Course of Lectures Delivered in St. George's Free Church,               Edinburgh, 1882-1883. Second Series. (1883) (Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564; Knox, John, ca.       1514-1572; Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646; Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Leighton,           Robert, 1611-1684; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von, 1700-      1760) (I. Calvin. By the Rev. Professor Candlish, D.D. II. Knox. By the Rev. R. W. Barbour, M.A. III.        Henderson. By the Rev. G. W. Thomson, M.A. IV. Rutherfurd. By Alexander Taylor Innes, Esquire.              V. Leighton. By the Rev. Professor Blaikie, D.D. VI. Baxter. By the Rev. James Stalker, M.A. VII.         Zinzendorf. By the Rev. Professor Binnie, D.D.)

14            The Evangelical Succession; A Course of Lectures Delivered in St George's Free Church,                Edinburgh, 1883-1884. Third Series. (1884) (I. Owen. By the Rev. W. H. Goold, D.D. II. Bunyan. By       the Rev. W. R. Nicoll, M.A. III. Boston. By the Rev. W. Scrymgeour. IV. Edwards. By the Rev.           James Iverach, M.A. V. Wesley. By the Rev. J. H. Wilson, D.D. VI. Carey. By George Smith,             Esquire, LL.D. VII. Vinet. By the Rev. R. J. Sandeman. VIII. Chalmers. By the Rev. W. C. Smith, D.D.        IX. Chalmers - A Fragment. By the Late Rev. Sir H. Wellwood Moncreiff, Bart., D.D.)

15            The Four Men and Other Chapters. (1892)

16            The Life of Jesus Christ. New and Revised Edition. (1909)

17            The Life of St. Paul. (1884)

18            The Luther Celebrations of 1917. (1917)

19            The New Song and Other Sermons for the Children's Hour. (1882)

20            The Parables of Zechariah. (1894) (The Expository Times. Volume the Fifth. October 1893 -         September 1894.)

21            The Preacher and His Models. The Yale Lectures on Preaching, 1891. (1891)

22            The Psalm of Psalms: Being an Exposition of the Twenty Third Psalm. By the Rev. James Stalker,               M.A., D.D., Professor of Church History in the United Free College, Aberdeen. (1913)

23            The Seven Cardinal Virtues. (1902)

24            The Seven Deadly Sins. (1901)

25            The Teacher and His Qualifications. (1896) (The Sunday School World. Volume 26 No. 4)

26            The Teachings of Jesus Concerning Himself. (1912)

27            The Trial and Death of Jesus Christ. A Devotional History of Our Lord's Passion. (1894)

28            The Two St. Johns of the New Testament. (1895) (Subject: John, the Baptist, Saint; John, the             Apostle, Saint)

29            Youth and Age. (1899)

 


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1               Authorized Souvenir Program of the Henry M. Stanley Lecture Tour, comprising one hundred Lectures from 1890 to 1891. (1891)

2               Emin Pasha and the Rebellion at the Equator; A Story of Nine Month's Experiences in the Last of the Soudan Provinces. (1891) (Subject: Emin Pasha, 1840-1892)

3               How I found Livingston; Travels, Adventures, and Discoveries in Central Africa; Including Four Months' Residence with Dr. Livingston. (1902)

4               In Darkest Africa or The Quest, Rescue, and Retreat of Emin Pasha, Governor of Equatoria. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1890) (Subject: Emin Pasha, 1840-1892)

5               In Darkest Africa or The Quest, Rescue, and Retreat of Emin Pasha, Governor of Equatoria. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1890) (Subject: Emin Pasha, 1840-1892)

6               The Story of the Brave Scotchman; Life and Explorations of David Livingstone, LL.D., D.L.C., the great Missionary Explorer of Africa: Comprising all his Extensive Travels and Discoveries as detailed in his Diary, Reports, and Letters, and including his Famous Last Journals, with a facsimile of the Doctor's Last Entries in his own Hand-writing, and the touching Narration of his Death on the Banks of the Molilamo, the Return of his Remains to England, their Burial in Westminster Abbey, and his Last Letters to his Friends, together with the Explorations of Barth, Baker, Speke, Du Chaillu, and others, and a full account of the Herald-Stanley Expedition. With Maps and Numerous Illustrations. (1874) (Author: Livingstone, David; Stanley, Henry M. (Henry Morton), 1841-1904)

7               My Early Travels and Adventures in America and Asia. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1895)

8               My Early Travels and Adventures in America and Asia. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1905)

9               The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, G.C.B. Edited by his Wife, Dorothy Stanley. (1911)

10            The Life, Labors, Perilous Adventures, and Discoveries of Dr. Livingston, Nearly thirty years a Missionary Explorer in the Wilds of Africa, with a Thrilling Account of his Resurrection. By H. M. Stanley. (1873) (Subject: Livingstone, David, 1813-1873)

11            Through the Dark Continent; or, The Sources of the Nile around the Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa and down the Livingston River to the Atlantic Ocean. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1878)

12            Through the Dark Continent; or, The Sources of the Nile around the Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa and down the Livingston River to the Atlantic Ocean. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1878)

 


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1               Salvation by Grace; or. Justification by Faith in the Imputed Righteousness of Christ Alone. A Sermon, delivered at Hanover Church, Prince Edward, Virginia, on January 15, 1837. (1837)

2               Sermons of the Late Rev. Benjamin F. Stanton. (1848)

 



Stavely, Alexander McLeod (Presbyterian) (1816-1884)

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1               Sermons and Addresses Delivered in St. John, New Brunswick. (microfilm) (1878)

2               The Blessed Dead - A Sermon Preached Oct. 6, 1878, in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Cornwallis, Nova Scotia - A Funeral Sermon for Rev. William Somerville A. M. (microfilm) (1878) (Subject: Sommerville, William, 1800-1878)

3               The Perpetuity of the Gospel - A Sermon Preached on Sabbath Evening, January 8, 1865. (microfilm) (1865)

 


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1               Burning and Shining Lights; or, Memoirs of Eminent Ministers of Christ. (1864)

2               Doing Good; or, The Christian in Walks of Usefulness. (1859)

3               The Achievements of Youth. (1890)

4               The New Hebrides and Christian Missions. With a Sketch of the Labor Traffic, and Notes of a Cruise through the Group by the Mission Vessel. By Robert Steel, D.D., Ph.D., Minister of St. Stephen's Church, Sydney; sometime the General Assembly's Tutor of Church History and Pastoral Theology in St. Andrew's College, within the University of Sydney; and Agent of the New Hebrides Mission. (1880)

5               The Shorter Catechism with Proofs, Analyses, and Illustrative Anecdotes, Etc.; for Teachers and Parents. By the Rev. Robert Steel, D. D. (1885) (Author: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Steel, Robert, ed)



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1               Notes on the Apocalypse; With an Appendix, Containing Dissertations on some of the Apocalyptic Symbols, together with Animadversions on the Interpretations of several among the most Learned and Approved Expositors of Britain and America. By David Steele, Senior, Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Philadelphia. (1870) (Author: Steele, David, 1803-1887)

 


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1               A System of Moral Philosophy, Adapted to Children and Families, and Especially to Common Schools. By Rev. D. Steele, and

a Friend. (1847)

2               In Memory of the Rev. David Steele, D. D., LL. D. For Forty-Five Years Pastor of the Fourth Reformed Presbyterian Congregation of Philadelphia and Professor in the Reformed Presbyterian Seminary at Philadelphia for Forty-Three Years.  Born at Altaghaderry, near Londonderry, Ireland, Friday, October 20, 1826. Entered into Rest, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Friday, June 15, 1906. (1907) (Author: Steele, David, 1826-1906; Hunter, Robert)

 



Stevenson, George of Ayr (Presbyterian) (1812-1859)

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1               A Dissertation on the Atonement. In Three Parts. By George Stevenson, Minister of the Gospel at          Ayr. The Second Edition, Corrected. (1817)

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

 



Stevenson, John (Anglican) (fl. 1845-1893)

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1               British Fungi (Hymenomycetes.) In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1886) (Agaricus-Bolbitius.)

2               British Fungi (Hymenomycetes.) In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1886) (Cortinarius-Dacrymyces.)

3               Christ on the Cross. An Exposition of the Twenty-Second Psalm. By John Stevenson, Perpetual                  Curate of Cury and Gunwalloe, Cornwall. Second American, from the Tenth London Edition.           (1846)

4               Gratitude: An Exposition of the Hundred and Third Psalm. (1854)

5               Scotch Sermons; 1880. Third Edition. (1881) (I. Rev. John Caird, D.D., Principal of the University                of Glasgow. II. Rev. John Cunningham, D.D., Crieff. III. Rev. D. J. Ferguson, B.D., Strathblane. IV.              Rev. William Knight, LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of St. Andrews. V.    Rev. William Mackintosh, D.D., Buchanan. VI. Rev. William Leckie M'Farlan, Lenzie. VII. Rev. Allan    Menzies, B.D., Abernyte. VIII. Rev. James Nicoll, Murroes. IX. Rev. Thomas Rain, M.A., Hutton. X.     Rev. Adam Semple, B.D., Huntly. XI. Rev. John Stevenson, Glamis. XII. Rev. Patrick Stevenson,                    Inverarity. XIII. Rev. Robert Herbert Story, D.D., Rosneath.)

6               The Lord Our Shepherd: An Exposition of the Twenty-Third Psalm. (1859)

 



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1               Exegema; or, The Exposition of Sundry Difficult Passages of Scripture. (microfilm) (1873)

2               The Scriptural Form of Church Government. By the Rev. C. C. Stewart, M.A., Owen Sound, Ontario. Second Edition. (1872)

 


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1               Dirleton’s Doubts and Questions in the Law of Scotland, Resolved and Answered. (1762) (Author: Nisbet, John, Sir, 1609?-1687; Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713)

2               James Stewart’s Answer to a Letter Writ by Mijn Heer Fagel… Concerning the Repeal of the Penal Laws and Tests. (1688)

3               The People’s Right to Defend themselves and their Covenanted Religion Vindicated… :Being a full Reply to the First part of the Survey of Naphtali, Etc. (1669) (Author: Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713 Subject: Honyman, Andrew, 1619-1676; Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713; Civil rights)

 


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1               Gammer Gurton's Needle. By Mr. John Still, M.A. 1562. Edited by John S. Farmer. (1910)               (Author: Still, John, 1543?-1608; Bridges, John, d. 1618; Stevenson, William, of Christ's College,           Cambridge, fl. 1551-1561)

 


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1               A Discourse delivered at North Bridgewater, on May 28, 1822, at the Funeral of Mrs. Mary Hallam Huntington, Wife of the Rev. Daniel Huntington, who Died on May 25, Aged 32 Years. (1822) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873 Subject: Huntington, Mary Hallam, 1789 or 1790-1822)

2               A Discourse Delivered in the Second Congregational Church, Dorchester Mass., on Monday, Dec. 27, 1847, at the Funeral of Rev. John Codman, D.D., Late Pastor of the said Church. (1848) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873)

3               A History of Amherst College during the Administrations of its First Five Presidents, from 1821 to 1891. With an Introductory note by Richard Salter Storrs. (1895) (Author: Tyler, William Seymour, 1810-1897)

4               A Plea for the Preaching of Christ in Cities. A Sermon, Preached before the Young Men’s Christian Association of New York; at their Twelfth Anniversary, on May 8, 1864. (1864)

5               A Sermon delivered before His Excellency Edward Everett, Governor, His Honor George Hull, Lieutenant Governor, the Honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusetts, on the Anniversary Election, January 3, 1838. (1838)

6               Addresses on Foreign Missions delivered before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. (1900) (Notes: "The following addresses, except the last, were delivered at successive Annual Meetings of the American Board, by Dr. R.S. Storrs, President of the Board from 1887 to 1897. The last one in the series was delivered by him, in answer to special request, at the concluding session of the International Congregational Council in Boston, in September, 1899")

7               Always Abounding in the Work of the Lord: A Sermon Preached at Oswego, New York, on Sept. 10, 1850, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Forty-First Annual Meeting. (1850) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873)

8               An Address on Congregationalism as affected by the Declarations of the Advisory Council held in Brooklyn, New York, February, 1876. (1876) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873)

9               An Oration Commemorative of President Abraham Lincoln: Delivered at Brooklyn, New York, on June 1, 1865. (1865)

10            Bernard of Clairvaux, the Times, the Man, and his Work; a Historical Study in Eight Lectures. (1912) (Subject: Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 1091-1153)

11            Congregationalism: Its Principles and Influences: A Discourse delivered before the General Association of New York, at their Meeting in Madison, August, 1848. (1848)

12            Contrasts in the Work of Missions. (1900)

13            Conditions of Success in Preaching without Notes. Three Lectures delivered before the Students of the Union Theological Seminary, New York, January 13, 20, and 27, 1875; with an Appendix. (1875)

14            Edwards Amasa Park, D.D., LL.D.: Memorial Address. (1900) (Subject: Park, Edwards Amasa, 1808-1900)

15            Immanuel: or, The Life of Jesus Christ Our Lord, from His Incarnation to His Ascension. (1868) (Author: Eddy, Zachary, 1815-1891; Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1821-1900)

16            In Memoriam. Gems of Poetry and Song on James A. Garfield. (1881) (Author: J. C. M. (J. C. McClenahan); Storrs, Richard Salter, 1821-1900 Subject: Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881)

17            Independence Day Orations and Poems: July 4, 1876. (1876) (Author: Adams, Charles F. (Charles Francis), 1854-1914; Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887; Evarts, William Maxwell, 1818-1901; Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1821-1900; Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878; Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894)

18            John Wycliffe and the First English Bible; an Oration. (1880)

19            Life and Letters of Rev. Daniel Temple: For Twenty-Three Years a Missionary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in West Asia. By his son, Rev. Daniel H. Temple. With an Introductory Notice. By Rev. Richard Salter Storrs, D.D. (1855) (Author: Temple, Daniel, 1789-1851; American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions; Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1821-1900)

20            Manliness in the Scholar. (1883)

21            Memoir of the Rev. Samuel Green, Late Pastor of Union Church, Boston. (1836) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873 Subject: Green, Samuel, 1792-1834)

22            Orations and Addresses. (1903) (Abraham Lincoln.--The early American spirit and the genesis of it.--The declaration of independence and the effects of it.--The recognition of the supernatural in letters and in life.--John Wycliffe and the first English Bible.--The New York and Brooklyn bridge.--Manliness in the scholar.--The broader range and outlook of modern college training.--The Puritan spirit.--The sources and guarantees of national progress.--John of Antioch (Chrysostom) the greater preacher of the fourth century.--Commerce an educator of nations.--Forefather's day.--Consolidation of Brooklyn with New York.)

23            Our Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln Memorial Addresses. (1915) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1821-1900; Bancroft, George, 1800-1891; Simpson, Matthew, 1811-1884)

24            Our Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln: Voices from the Pulpit of New York and Brooklyn. (1865) (Sermons. Rev. William R. Williams -- Rev. Henry W. Beecher -- Rev. Henry W. Bellows -- Rev. Stephen H. Tyng -- Rev. Charles S. Robinson -- Rev. William Ives Budington -- Rev. John McClintock -- Rev. A.N. Littlejohn -- Rev. Theodore . L. Cuyler -- Joseph P. Thompson -- James Eelis -- Rev. Elbert S. Porter -- Rev. A.P. Rogers -- Rev. S.D. Burchard -- Rev. J.E. Rockwell -- Rev. Samuel T. Spear -- Rev. Robert Lowry -- Rev. Albert S. Hunt -- Rev. William Adams -- Rev. Henry J. Fox -- Rev. Henry B. Smith -- Orations. Hon. George Bancroft -- Bishop Simpson -- [Richard S. Storrs, Jr.] -- Prayers. Stephen H. Tyng -- Rev. E.P. Rogers)

25            Proceedings at the Centennial Celebration of the Incorporation of the Town of Longmeadow, on October 17, 1883. (1884) (Author: Storrs, Richard Salter, 1830-; Harding, J. W. (John Wheeler); Colton, Jabez, 1747-1819 Subject: Longmeadow (Mass.) -- History)

26            Services and Addresses at the Unveiling of the Statue of Abraham Lincoln, Brooklyn, New York, on October 21, 1869. (1869)

27            Terrors of the Pestilence: A Sermon Preached in the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N. Y. on Occasion of a Collection in aid of the Sufferers at Norfolk, Va., on September 30, 1855. (1855)

28            The Appeal of Romanism to Educated Protestants. (1874) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873)

29            The Constitution of the Human Soul: Six Lectures delivered at the Brooklyn Institute, Brooklyn, New York. (1857)

30            The Day of Small Things: A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. William R. Chapman, over the Church and Congregation of Garden Street Chapel, Boston, on September 8, 1841. (1841) (Author: Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873)

31            The Death of the Lovely and Useful: A Sermon delivered at Easton, Mass., at the Interment of Mrs. Sarah J. H. Sheldon, Wife of Rev. Luther Sheldon, D.D., Pastor of the Church in Easton, on October 13, 1853. (1853)

32            The Divine Origin of Christianity Indicated by its Historical Effects. (1884) (Notes: "Ten lectures delivered before the Union theological seminary, New York [on the Ely foundation] and the Lowell institute, Boston, with notes and an index.")

33            The Early American Spirit and the Genesis of it. The Declaration of Independence and the Effects of it. (1878)

34            The Great Bridge. The Orations of Hon. Abram S. Hewitt and Dr. Rev. R. S. Storrs. Delivered on the Occasion of the opening of the Bridge between New York and Brooklyn, on May 24, 1883. (1883)

35            The Obligation of Man to Obey the Civil Law: Its Ground and its Extent. (1850)

36            The One Great Society: A Book of Recollections. (1918) (Author: Lynch, Frederick Henry, 1867-1934 Subject: Biography) (Introduction.--Edward Everett Hale.--Phillips Brooks.--Ian Maclaren (John Watson)--Theodore T. Munger.--Rowland Gibson Hazard.--Richard Salter Storrs.--George P. Fisher.--Andrew M. Fairbairn.--Baroness Bertha von Süttner [!]--"J. B." (Jonathan Brierley)--Robert Collyer.--Samuel June Barrows.--John Hunter.--Amory H. Bradford.--Edward Judson.--Charles Silvester Horne.--Booker T. Washington.--Joseph H. Choate.--Charles Wagner.--Washington Gladden)

37            The Prospective Advance of Christian Missions, suggested by Present Lines of Movement of Christendom: Special Discourse delivered before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions at its Seventy-Fifth Anniversary, Boston Mass., on October 14, 1855. (1855)

38            The Puritan Spirit, an Oration delivered before the Congregational Club in Tremont Temple, Boston, on December 18, 1889. (1890)

39            The Recognition of the Supernatural in Letters and in Life: An Oration. (1881)

40            The “Things which are not,” God’s Chosen Instruments for Advancing His Kingdom: A Sermon, Preached at Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 1, 1861, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Fifty-Second Annual Meeting. (1861)

41            The True Christian Living and Dying unto the Lord: A Sermon delivered at Long Meadow, Mass., on Jan. 31, 1798, at the Funeral of Mrs. Sarah Storrs, Consort of the Rev. Richard Salter Storrs. (1798) (Author: Backus, Charles, 1749-1803 Subject: Storrs, Sarah, d. 1798)

42            The Work of Winning Souls, a Wise One. (1) The Spiritual Help which a Church Gives to its Minister. (2) (1866)

 


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1               A Pastor's Valedictory: A Selection of Early Sermons from the Manuscripts of the Rev. Joseph B.               Stratton, D.D. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, from A.D. 1843 to A.D. 1894, Natchez,   Mississippi. (1899)

2               Extracts from an Elder's Diary. (1896)

3               Following Christ. A Manual for Church Members. (1884)

4               Hymns to the Holy Spirit. (1893)

5               Memorial of a Quarter-Century's Pastorate. A Sermon Preached on the Sabbaths, January 3rd and 17th, 1869 in the Presbyterian Church, Natchez, Mississippi. By Rev. Joseph B. Stratton, D.D. (1869)

 


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1               A Fast Sermon, Delivered in the North Presbyterian Meeting House in Hartford, July 23, 1812.                  (microfilm) (1812)

2               A Sermon, Delivered at the Consecration of the New Brick Church in Hartford, December 3, 1807. (1808)

3               A Sermon, Delivered at the Funeral of Mrs. Sarah Williams, Consort of the Rev. Eliphalet Williams, D. D., Pastor of the Church of Christ in East-Hartford. She Departed this Life, January 23rd, 1800, in the 63rd Year of her Age. (1800)

4               Sermons on Various Subjects, Doctrinal, Experimental, and Practical. By Nathan Strong, Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, Connecticut. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1798)

5               Sermons on Various Subjects, Doctrinal, Experimental, and Practical. By Nathan Strong, Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, Connecticut. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1800)

6               The Doctrine of Eternal Misery Reconcilable with the Infinite Benevolence of God, and a Truth Plainly Asserted in the Christian Scriptures. (1796)

7               The Hartford Selection of Hymns, from the most Approved Authors, to which is added, a Number Never before Published. Sixth Edition. (1818) (Author: Strong, Nathan, 1748-1816; Flint, Abel, 1765-1825; Steward, Joseph)

 


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1               A Historical Discourse Delivered at the Last Service held in the Reformed Protestant Dutch     Church, corner of Broome and Greene Streets, New York City, April 15, 1860. By the Pastor,           Peter Stryker. Published by request of the Consistory. (1860) (Subject: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (U.S.); Thirty-fourth St. Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (New York, N.Y.))

2               Lower Depths of the Great American Metropolis. A Discourse by the Rev. Peter Stryker, D.D., Delivered in Thirty-Fourth Street Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, Sabbath Evening, April    29, 1866. (1866) (From The Pulpit and Rostrum. Sermons, Orations, Popular Lectures, Etc. No.                  38.)

3               Words of Comfort. (1893) (Poems.)

4               Words of Trust. (1887) (Poems.)

 


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1               Sermon on various Important Subjects, Translated from the French of Daniel de Superville, Senior. By John Reynolds, Minister of the Gospel. (1816)

2               Sermon Translated from the French of Daniel de Superville, Formerly Pastor of the French Protestant Church at Rotterdam: With Memoirs of his Life. By John Allen. (1816)

 


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1               Letters on Missions, by William Swan, Missionary in Siberia. With an introductory Preface, by the Late William Orme, Foreign Secretary to the London Missionary Society. (1831) (Author: Swan William; Orme, William, 1787-1830)

 



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1               Memorial of the Rev. William Swan. (1901)

 


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1               A Dictionary of the Bible; Dealing with its Language, Literature, and Contents, Including the    Biblical Theology. Edited by James Hastings, M.A., D.D., with the Assistance of John A. Selbie,                M.A., D.D. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1898) (Author: Hastings, James, 1852-1922; Selbie,    John A. (John Alexander), 1856-1931; Davidson, A. B. (Andrew   Bruce), 1831-1902; Driver, S. R.          (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914; Swete, Henry Barclay, 1835-1917) (A-Feasts)

2               A Dictionary of the Bible; Dealing with its Language, Literature, and Contents, Including the    Biblical Theology. Edited by James Hastings, M.A., D.D., with the Assistance of John A. Selbie,                M.A., D.D. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1898) (Author: Hastings, James, 1852-1922; Selbie,    John A. (John Alexander), 1856-1931; Davidson, A. B. (Andrew   Bruce), 1831-1902; Driver, S. R.          (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914; Swete, Henry Barclay, 1835-1917) (Feign-Kinsman)

3               A Dictionary of the Bible; Dealing with its Language, Literature, and Contents, Including the    Biblical Theology. Edited by James Hastings, M.A., D.D., with the Assistance of John A. Selbie,                M.A., D.D. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1902) (Author: Hastings, James, 1852-1922; Selbie,    John A. (John Alexander), 1856-1931; Davidson, A. B. (Andrew   Bruce), 1831-1902; Driver, S. R.          (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914; Swete, Henry Barclay, 1835-1917) (Kir-Pleiades)

4               A Dictionary of the Bible; Dealing with its Language, Literature, and Contents, Including the    Biblical Theology. Edited by James Hastings, M.A., D.D., with the Assistance of John A. Selbie,                M.A., D.D. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1911) (Author: Hastings, James, 1852-1922; Selbie,    John A. (John Alexander), 1856-1931; Davidson, A. B. (Andrew   Bruce), 1831-1902; Driver, S. R.          (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914; Swete, Henry Barclay, 1835-1917) (Pleroma-Zuzim)

5               A Dictionary of the Bible; Dealing with its Language, Literature, and Contents, Including the    Biblical Theology. Edited by James Hastings, M.A., D.D., with the Assistance of John A. Selbie,                M.A., D.D. Extra Volume Containing Articles, Indexes, and Maps. (1905) (Author: Hastings,      James, 1852-1922; Selbie, John A. (John Alexander), 1856-1931; Davidson, A. B. (Andrew          Bruce), 1831-1902; Driver, S. R. (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914; Swete, Henry Barclay, 1835-1917)

6               An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek. (1902)

7               Church Services and Service-Books Before the Reformation. (1896)

8               Essays on some Theological Questions of the Day. By Members of the University of Cambridge.                (1905) (Preface.--1. The Christian standpoint [by] William Cunningham.--2. The being of God, in    the light of physical science [by] F. R. Tennant.--3. The being of God, in the light of philosophy   [by] Alfred Caldecott.--4. Man's origin, and his place in nature [by] W. L. H. Duckworth.--5. Sin,        and the need of atonement [by] E. H. Askwith.--6. The idea of revelation, in the light of modern          knowledge and research [by] J. M. Wilson.--7. Prayer, in relation to the idea of law [by] A. W.    Robinson.--8. The spiritual and historical evidence for miracles [by] J. O. F. Murray.--9. The              permanent value of the Old Testament [by] W. E. Barnes.--10. The gospels, in the light of             historical criticism [by] E. H. Chase.--11. Christ in the New Testament: The primitive portrait [by]                  A. J. Mason.--12. Christ in the Church: The testimony of history [by] F. J. Foakes-Jackson.--13.              Christian doctrines and their ethical significance [by] J. F. Bethune-Baker.--14. The Christian ideal        and the Christian hope [by] H. M. Butler.)

9               Essays on the Early History of the Church and the Ministry. (1918)

10            Patristic Study. (1909)

11            The Akhmim Fragment of the Apocryphal Gospel of St. Peter. (1893)

12            The Apocalypse of St. John; The Greek Text with Introduction, Notes, and Indices. (1911)

13            The Appearances of Our Lord after the Passion; A Study in the Earliest Christian Tradition. (1907)

14            The Ascended Christ; A Study in the Earliest Christian Teaching. (1911)

15            The Forgiveness of Sins; A Study in the Apostles' Creed. (1916)

16            The Holy Catholic Church: The Communion of Saints; A Study in the Apostles' Creed. (1919)

17            The Holy Spirit in the Ancient Church; A Study of Christian Teaching in the Age of the Fathers.   (1912)

18            The Holy Spirit in the New Testament; A Study of Primitive Christian Teaching. (1910)

19            The Last Discourse and Prayer of Our Lord; A Study of St. John Chapters 14-17. By Henry Barclay               Swete, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge, Honorary Canon of Ely,               Honorary Chaplain to the King. (1913)

20            The Old Testament in Greek; According to the Septuagint. Edited for the Syndics of the                  University Press. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1901) (Genesis-IV Kings.)

21            The Old Testament in Greek; According to the Septuagint. Edited for the Syndics of the                  University Press. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1896) (I Chronicles-Tobit.)

22            The Old Testament in Greek; According to the Septuagint. Edited for the Syndics of the                  University Press. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1896) (Hosea-IV Maccabees [Psalms of Solomon,          Enoch, The Odes.])

23            The Parables of the Kingdom: A Course of Lectures. (1920)

 


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1               Duties of the Gospel Minister. A Sermon, Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Andrew            Symington, to the Pastoral Charge of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Paisley, April 26,    1809. By John Cowan, Minister of the Gospel, Stranraer. (1809) (Author: Cowan, John, d. 1817;         Symington, Andrew, 1785-1853)

 


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1               Home Lessons on the Old Paths: or, Conversations on the Westminster Shorter Catechism.     (1878)

 


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1               Bicentenary of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, held at Edinburgh, July 12th and 13th,               1843. Containing a full and Authentic Report of the Addresses and Conversations. With       Introductory Sermon by Rev. Dr. Symington. (1843)

2               Discourses on Public Occasions. (1851)

3               Messiah the Prince; or, The Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ. By William Symington, D.D.,                Late Professor of Theology in the Reformed Presbyterian Church. With a Memoir of the Author         by his Sons. (1881)

4               On the Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ. By the Rev. William Symington. Third           American Edition. (1847)

 


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1               The History of Galloway, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Illustrated with Maps. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1841) (Author: Mackenzie, William, of Galloway; Symson, Andrew, 1638-1712)

2               The History of Galloway, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Illustrated with Maps. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1841) (Author: Mackenzie, William, of Galloway; Symson, Andrew, 1638-1712)

3               Tripatriarchicon: or, The Lives of the Three Patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Extracted Forth of the Sacred Story, and Digested into English Verse. By Andrew Symson, M.A., and Minister of Kirkinner. (1705)

 


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1               An Exposition upon the Second Epistle General of Saint Peter. Plainly and Pithily handled, by A.               Symson, Minister of God's Word. With Two Necessary Tables, the one Prefixed, showing the             Resolution or Analysis of the Text, with the Doctrines arising out of every Verse. The other        Annexed, containing the Principal Matters, Alphabetically set down. (1622)

 


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1               The Articles of the Synod of Dort, and its Rejection of Errors: With the History of Events which                    made way for that Synod, as Published by the Authority of the States-General; and the               Documents Confirming its Decisions. Translated from the Latin, with Notes, Remarks, and       References. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. (1831) (Author: Synod of Dort             (1618-1619); Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821, tr)

2               The Articles of the Synod of Dort. Translated from the Latin, with Notes, by the Rev. Thomas     Scott, D.D. To which is added an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D., Professor in    the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. (1856) (Author: Synod of Dort (1618-1619 :            Dordrecht, Netherlands); Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821, tr; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850

 


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