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Reformed Beliefs T 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, Non Conforming English, German Mystic, German Reformed, Puritan, and Congregationalist, and including such writers as Samuel Taggart, Augustus Toplady, and Susannah Tucker.


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1               A View of the Evidence of Christianity, and of the Inspiration of the Scriptures of the Old and    New Testaments, Collected Principally from the Scriptures themselves. In Nine Discourses, from   Sundry Passages of Scripture. (1811)

2               God's Visitation of Sinful Nations. Two Sermons, Delivered in Colrain, on the Public Fast, July 23, and in Shelburne, Aug. 20, 1812: By Samuel Taggart, A.M., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Colrain. (microfilm) (1812)

 


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1               Eighteen Sermons, by the Rev. Philip Henry, A.M., formerly of Christ Church, Oxford. Selected from his Original Manuscripts. Also, Two Sermons Preached on his Death: The One, by the Rev. Francis Tallents, A.M., Fellow of Magdalen College, Cambridge: The other, by the Rev. Matthew Henry, V.B.D. Now First Published. With Notes, by J. B. Williams. (1816) (Author: Henry, Philip, 1631-1696; Tallents, Francis, 1619-1708; Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714; Williams, John Bickerton, Sir, 1792-1855 Subject: Henry, Philip, 1631-1696)

2               Moderation in Fashion: or, An Answer to a Treatise Written by Mr. Francis Talents, Entitled, "A Short History of Schism, Etc." Wherein his Scandalous Abuse of the Primitive Fathers, and all Ecclesiastical Antiquity, is plainly Detected and Refuted: And the Case of the Present Schism, and of Occasional Conformity, is fairly Stated, and clearly Resolved. By S. G., a Presbyter of the Church of England. (1705)

3               Schism Triumphant: or, A Rejoinder to a Reply of Mr. Tallents, Entitled, "Some Considerations on Mr. S. G.'s Large Answer to his Short History of Schism, Etc." By the same S. G, a Presbyter of the Church of England. (1707)

4               Some Few Considerations upon Mr. Samuel Grascome's Large Answer to the Short History of Schism; and Especially upon the New and Bold Assertion, that there can be no Church, or Salvation, in an ordinary way, without a Canonical Bishop. (1706)

 




Talmage, Thomas De Witt (R. C. A. - Presbyterian) (1832-1902)

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1               500 Selected Sermons. In Twenty Volumes. Volume 11 (1900)

2               A Message to the Magians. Studies upon the Story of the Nativity. (1902)

3               Around the Tea Table. (1874)

4               Authorized and Authentic Life and Works of T. DeWitt Talmage. By Charles Eugene Banks, the                   Noted Author and Poet assisted by George C. Cook and Marshall Everett. A Careful Study of the       most Unique Character ever seen in the Pulpit; with a close Analysis of his Character and the                  Voluminous Product of his Genius. Fully Illustrated with Portraits and Photographs. His Wit,              Humor, and Pathos Profusely Illustrated by his own Words. A Volume of Christian Philosophy      and Love. (1902) (Author: Banks, Charles Eugene, 1852-1932; Cook, George Cram, 1873-1924,        joint author; Everett, Marshall, 1863-1939. , joint author)

5               Burning Words. Selected and Arranged by Rev. J. Morgan, Barnsbury. (1874)

6               Crumbs Swept Up. (1877)

7               Every-Day Religion: Sermons Delivered in the Brooklyn Tabernacle. (1886)

8               Evils of the Cities: A Series of Practical and Popular Discourses Delivered in the Brooklyn Tabernacle. (1896)

9               Fifty Short Sermons by T. De Witt Talmage. Compiled by his Daughter, May Talmage. (1932)

10            From the Manger to the Throne; Embracing a new Life of Jesus the Christ and a History of Palestine and its People. Including an Account of the Author's Journey to, through, and from the Christ-Land. (1893)

11            From the Pyramids to the Acropolis. Sacred Places seen through Biblical Spectacles. (1892)

12            Gathered Gems, A Series of Popular Sermons by Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D.D., Pastor of Brooklyn Tabernacle. Together with the life of this Famous Preacher. (1889)

13            Great Britain through American Spectacles. To which are added some Letters to Young People by Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, and others. (1885)

14            Is there a Hell? A Discourse Delivered by Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D.D., at the Brooklyn Tabernacle, New York. (187?)

15            Lectures and Addresses. By Rev. Thomas Guard, D.D. With Memorial Sermon by Rev. Thomas De Witt Talmage, D.D. Compiled by Will J. Guard. (1885) (Author: Guard, Thomas, 1831-1882; Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt), 1832-1902; Guard, Will J)

16            Life and Teachings of Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D.D. Containing the Noblest Truths; the most Delightful Narratives; Poetic Imageries; Striking Similes; Fearless Denunciations of Wrong and Inspiring Appeals for the Right; Gems of Pathos and Eloquence; Graphic Descriptions of Historic Events. The Whole Comprising a most Delightful Collection of Beautiful Thoughts Embracing the Richest and most Brilliant Utterances given to the World during his Phenomenal Career. By Rev. T. De Witt Talmage whose "Trumpet Blasts" have Sounded all over the Globe and Proven him to be the most Distinguished Orator of Modern Times. With an Introduction by Rev. Russell H. Conwell the Famous Preacher and Lecturer. Superbly Embellished with a large number of Phototype and Wood Engravings. (1902)

17            Life of Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D.D. With a History of the Brooklyn Tabernacle and Specimens, of his Oratory. Edited by John Lobb, F.R.G.S. (1879)

18            Live Coals, from the Discourses of T. De Witt Talmage, D.D. Collated by Lydia E. White. (1886)

19            Many Voices; or, Carmina Sanctorum, Evangelistic Edition. (1891)

20            New Tabernacle Sermons. (1886)

21            Night Scenes of City Life. (1891)

22            Old Wells Dug Out: Being a Third Series of Fifty Sermons. (1875)

23            Our Marvelous Times: Being a Seventh Series of Sermons. Delivered in Brooklyn Tabernacle, New York. (1885)

24            "Points;" or, Suggestive Passages, Incidents, and Illustrations, from the Writings of T. De Witt Talmage. (1874)

25            Preaching to the Masses, an Address Delivered in the Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, New Jersey, Wednesday, March 3, 1875. (microfilm) (1875)

26            Record of Proceedings in the Talmage Case, Before the Presbytery of Brooklyn. (1879) (Author: Presbyterian church in the U. S. A. Presbyteries. Brooklyn Subject: Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt), 1832-1902)

27            Sermons by the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage and others,  St. Laurence Central camp ground, Sept. 25 - Oct. 3, 1878. (microfilm) (1878)

28            Six Interviews with Robert Green Ingersoll on six Sermons by the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., to which is added a Talmagian Catechism. (1882) (Author: Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899; Baker, Isaac Newton, 1838-)

29            Social Dynamite; or, The Wickedness of Modern Society, from the Discourses of T. DeWitt Talmage, D.D. Biographical Sketch and Collation by Frances P. Van Norstrand, A.B. Illustrated. (1888) (Author: Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt), 1832-1902; Van Norstrand, Frances Post)

30            Sports that Kill. (1875)

31            Story of Bible Land. A Graphic Narrative of Inspired Events, Holy Places, Sacred Walks, and Hallowed Scenes amid the People of Promise. Together with full Historic Incidents of the Master's Life from Bethlehem to Ascension. (1897)

32            Talmage's Choice Work. Comprising Thirty-One of the most Popular Sermons ever Delivered. Together with the Life of this Famous Preacher, including a Record of Dr. Talmage's Trip to the Holy Land. (microfilm) (1890)

33            The Abominations of Modern Society. (1872)

34            The Authentic Life of Thomas DeWitt Talmage, the Greatly Beloved Divine. By John Rusk, Ph.D. With an Introduction by Rev. Russell H. Conwell, D.D. A Narrative of his Life and Deeds, Suffering and Death, Together with his Ancestry, Youth Education, his Struggles as a Young and Unknown Minister, his Rise to Fame, his Home Life, his Triumphant Trip around the World, Etc., Etc. Including Extracts from his most Eloquent Sermons and Lectures and Tributes on his Life from the World's Greatest Men, and a Eulogy by John Franklin Talmage. (1902) (Author: Rusk, John, 1849-1910)

35            The Earth Girdled: The World as seen Today. (1896)

36            The High Crime of not Insuring. A Sermon, Preached at the Brooklyn Tabernacle, February 25th, 1877. (1877)

37            The Life and Death of Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D.D. By Rev. John Lobb. (1902)

38            The Masque Torn Off. (1882)

39            The Pathway of Life, Intended to Lead the Young and the Old into Paths of Happiness, and to Prepare them for a Holy Companionship with Him Whose Kingdom is as Boundless as His Love. Magnificently Illustrated with nearly Three-Hundred Engravings from the Masterpieces of the World. (1894)

40            The Wedding Ring. A Series of Discourses for Husbands and Wives and Those Contemplating Matrimony. (1896)

41            Thomas De Witt Talmage. His Life and Work. Biographical Edition. Edited by Rev. Louis Albert Banks, D.D. in Conjunction with Benjamin J. Fernie, A.M., and George H. Sandison, Ph.D., Associate Editors of The Christian Herald. With Introduction by his Son Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage, D.D. Contains Dr. Talmage's Life History and the Picturesque Story of his Career and his Travels. Also many Tributes Paid to the World's Greatest Preacher by the World's Master Minds. With Numerous Exclusive Illustrations. (1902) (Author: Banks, Louis Albert, 1855-1933; Talmage, Frank De Witt)

42            Thomas De Witt Talmage as I Knew Him. By the Late Thomas De Witt Talmage, D.D. With Concluding Chapters by Mrs. Thomas De Witt (Eleanor) Talmage. With Illustrations. (1912) (Author: Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt), 1832-1902; Talmage, Eleanor McCutcheon)

43            Twenty-Five Sermons on the Holy Land. (1890)

44            Trumpet Peals. A Collection of Timely and Elegant Extracts from the Sermons of the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D.D. Including Demosthenean Philippics Against Ingersollian Infidelity, Darwinian Evolution, Gambling, Stock-Gambling, Theatricals, Corrupt Literature, and other Evils and Perils, with Special Appeals to Young Men, and Gospel Peals for All. Collated and Classified, by the Rev. L. C. Lockwood. (1890)

 


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1               A Discourse Delivered in the Chapel of Harvard College, June 19, 1798. Occasioned by the Approaching Departure of the Senior Class from the University. (1798)

2               A Sermon Delivered April 18, 1803, at the Funeral of Mrs. Mary Dana, Consort of Rev. Joseph Dana, D. D., Pastor of the South Church in Ipswich; Who Died April 13, in the 53rd Year of her Age: By David Tappan, D.D., Professor of Divinity in Harvard College. (1803) (Subject: Dana, Mary, 1750-1803)

3               A Sermon Preached June 12, 1799, before his Honor Moses Gill, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor                and Commander in Chief; the Honorable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives, of          the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at the Interment of his Excellency Increase Sumner,     Esquire, who Died June 7, 1799, at 53 Years of Age. By Peter Thacher, D.D. (1799) (Author:    Thacher, Peter, 1752-1802 Subject: Sumner, Increase, 1746-1799) (Bound volume contains: 1. A     sermon preached June 12, 1799, before His Honor Moses Gill, Esquire.../ by Peter Thacher. -- 2.              Sermon preached at Lynn, July 17, 1803... / by Thomas Cushing Thacher. -- 3. The gospel to be            preached to all men.../ by Moses S. Welch. -- 4. Christian's confidence / by Rev. Rufus Anderson.             -- 5. The servant of the Lord / by Samuel Woolmer. -- 6. A sermon preached at the funeral of the       Rev. David Ely... / by Elijah Waterman. -- 7. A discourse delivered on the death of Capt. Paul                   Cuffee..../ by Peter Williams, Jr. -- 8. Discourse delivered on the Sabbath after the decease of the          Hon. Timothy Pickering / by Charles W. Upham. -- 9. The mercies of sanctified afflictions.... / by        Rev. J.G. Wilson. -- 10. A sermon, delivered in Hallowell... at the internment of the Rev. Eliphalet               Gillett / by Benjamin Tappan. -- 11. A discourse, commemorative of the Hon. George Tibbits... /               by Robert B. van Kleeck. -- 12. A discourse commemorative of professor James L. Kingsley.../ by    Theodore D. Woolsey. -- 13. Memorial of Nathaniel W. Taylor, D.D.: three sermons / by Leonard                   Bacon, Samuel W.S. Dutton and George P. Fisher. -- 14. Obituary sermon... at the funeral of Rev.             Harry Groswell..../ by Rev. John Williams and Rev. Samuel Benedict. -- 15. Sermon in            commemoration... of the late Bird Wilson.../ by Samuel H. Turner. -- 16. A discourse     commemorative ... of the Rev. Chauncey Allen Goodrich / by Theodore D. Woolsey. -- 17.           Address at the funeral of Louis Loutrel, Esquire... / by Rev. Antoine Verren. -- 18. Eminence at                   the Bar / by Rev. Jeremiah Taylor. -- 19. A memorial of Rev. Theodore Tebbetts... / by Rev.           Edward C. Towne. -- 20. A sermon preached.... on the death of Capt. Winthrop Perkins            Boynton... / by the Pastor of the Bowdoin Square Church. -- 21. A discourse delivered at the      funeral of Rev. Thomas                   Savage.../ by C. W. Wallace. -- 22. Discourse in the memory of Hon.        Jacob R. Wortendyke.../ by Rev. P.D. van Cleef. -- 23. Services at the burial of Hon. Hugh      White.../ by Rev. R.P.H. Vail. -- 24. Sermon delivered.... on the occasion of the death of Mrs.      Margaret Moorhead..../ by Rev. Nevin Woodside. -- 25. The substance of an address delivered at    the funeral of William Wheelwright / by Rev. Leonard Withington. -- 26. Address....       commemorative of Isaac Morse Murdock / by Charles H. Wheeler. -- 27. Ministries that never   end / by Rev. F.A. Warfield.)

                 

4               Lectures on Jewish Antiquities; Delivered at Harvard University in Cambridge, A. D. 1802 and 1803. (1807)

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. Second Edition. (1815) (Author: Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819 Subject: Tappan, David, 1752-1803; Dana, Joseph, 1742-1827)

6               Sermons on Important Subjects. By the Late David Tappan, D.D., Hollis Professor of Divinity in the University at Cambridge. To which are Prefixed a Biographical Sketch of the Author; and a Sermon Preached at his Funeral by Dr. Holmes. (1807)

7               The Columbian Preacher; or, A Collection of Original Sermons, from Preachers of Eminence in the United States. Embracing the Distinguishing Doctrines of Grace. Volume 1 (1808) (Author: Elliot, Nathan, 1725-1798; Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830; Chapin, Calvin, 1763-1851; Tappan, David, 1752-1803; Hemmenway, Moses, 1735-1811; Williston, Seth, 1770-1851; Porter, David; Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834; Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817; Fenn, Stephen; Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829; Osgood, David, 1747-1822)

 


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1               Diary of Thomas Robbins, D. D. 1796-1854. Printed for his Nephew. Owned by the Connecticut                 Historical Society. Edited and Annotated by Increase N. Tarbox. In Two Volumes. Volume 1                   (1886) (1796-1825.) (Author: Robbins, Thomas, 1777-1856; Tarbox, Increase N. (Increase     Niles), 1815-1888)

2               Diary of Thomas Robbins, D. D. 1796-1854. Printed for his Nephew. Owned by the Connecticut                 Historical Society. Edited and Annotated by Increase N. Tarbox. In Two Volumes. Volume 2                   (1887) (1826-1854.) (Author: Robbins, Thomas, 1777-1856; Tarbox, Increase N. (Increase     Niles), 1815-1888)

3               Life of Israel Putnam ("Old Put"), Major-General in the Continental Army. With Map and              Illustrations. (1876)

4               Missionary Patriots. Memoirs of James Henry Schneider and Edward M. Schneider. (1867) (Subject: Schneider, James Henry, 1839-1864; Schneider, Edward M., 1846-1864; United States. Army. Infantry. 2d colored regt., 1863-1866; Massachusetts. Infantry. 57th regt., 1864-1865)

5               Old South Church (Third Church) Boston Memorial Addresses, Sunday Evening, October 26, 1884. (1885) (Author: Old South Church (Boston, Mass.); Hill, Hamilton Andrews, 1827-1895; Ellis, George Edward, 1814-1894; Porter, Edward G. (Edward Griffin), 1837-1900; Tarbox, Increase N. (Increase Niles), 1815-1888)

6               Sir Walter Raleigh and his Colony in America. Including the Charter of Queen Elizabeth in his Favor, March 25, 1584, with Letters, Discourses, and Narratives of the Voyages made to America, at his Charges, and Descriptions of the Country, Commodities, and Inhabitants. With Historical Illustrations, and a Memoir by the Rev. Increase N. Tarbox, D.D. (1884)

7               Sketch of the Life of Increase Niles Tarbox. By Henry Martyn Dexter. Reprinted from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register for January, 1890. (1890)

8               Sketch of William Alfred Buckingham. Reprinted from "The Congregational Quarterly" for April, 1876. (1876) (Subject: Buckingham, William Alfred, 1804-1875.)

9               Songs and Hymns for Common Life. (1885)

10            The Child's Book of True Stories. (1853)

11            Thomas Robbins D. D. A Biographical Sketch. Reprinted from Volume III. of the Memorial Biographies of The New England Historic Genealogical Society. To which is added the Funeral Address by the Honorable Henry Barnard, LL.D. (1884)

 


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1               The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity Vindicated. In Opposition to Mr. Watt's Scheme of One Divine Person and Two Divine Powers. By Abraham Taylor. The Second Edition. (1728)

2               The True Scripture Doctrine of the Holy and Ever-Blessed Trinity, Stated and Defended, in Opposition to the Arian Scheme. (1727)

 


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1               A Funeral Sermon on the Decease of the Reverend Mr. Richard Mayo, Late Minister of the         Gospel in London. Who Died the 8th of September, 1695. (1695) (2 Cor. 5:8.)

2               A Funeral Sermon, Occasioned by the Sudden Death of the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Vincent, Late Minister of the Gospel in Southwark. (1697) (Luke 12:40.)

3               Practical Discourses on Several Important Subjects: Viz. I. A Discourse of the Children of Holy                   Parents. II. Eight Discourses of the Covenant of Grace. to which are added, III. A Brief Discourse                of Infant-Baptism. IV. A Sermon before the Lord-Mayor. By the Late Reverend, Mr. Nathanael Taylor. (1703)

 


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

2               Contrary Winds and Other Sermons. (1889)

3               Daniel the Beloved. (1878)

4               David, King of Israel: His Life and its Lessons. (1875)

5               Death in the Sight of All the People: A Sermon on the Death of President Garfield. (1881)             (Subject: Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881)

6               Elijah the Prophet. (1903)

7               God's Word, Man's Light and Guide. A Course of Lectures on the Bible, before the New York Sunday School Association, by Rev. Drs. Taylor, Briggs, Storrs, Crosby, Booth, Porter, Boardman, Washburn, and Simpson. (1877) (The inspiration of the Scriptures / by William M. Taylor--The language of the Bible / by R. S. Storrs--Ancient history and its connection with the Old Testament / by Howard Crosby--The adaptation of the Bible to the universal needs of the soul / by Robert Russell Booth--Miracles and prophecies which show the Bible divine / by Noah Porter--Method of Jesus Christ as a teacher / by George Dana Boardman--The right and responsibility of the Christian conscience in the study of the Scriptures / by E. A. Washburn--Majesty and holiness of the Bible / by Matthew Simpson.)

8               John Knox. With Steel Portrait Engraved by B. Holl, from a Painting in the Possession of Lord Somerville. (1885) (Subject: Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572)

9               Joseph the Prime-Minister. (1886)

10            Lectures on the History of Preaching. By the Late Rev. John Ker, D.D., Professor of Practical Training in the United Presbyterian Church. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Robertson Macewen, M.A., Balliol, B.D., Glasgow. Introduction by Rev. William M. Taylor, D.D., LL.D. (1889) (Author: Ker, John, 1819-1886; Macewen, Alexander R. (Alexander Robertson), 1851-1916, ed; Taylor, William M. (William Mackergo), 1829-1895)

11            Moses the Law-Giver. (1879)

12            Paul the Missionary. (1882)

13            Peter, the Apostle. (1904)

14            Ruth the Gleaner and Esther the Queen. (1891)

15            Saunterings in Europe. By Charles Wood, Pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Albany, New York. With an Introductory Note By William M. Taylor, D.D., Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle of New York. (1882) (Author: Wood, Charles, 1851-1936; Taylor, William M. (William Mackergo), 1829-1895)

16            Songs in the Night. (1877)

17            The Boy Jesus and Other Sermons. (1893)

18            The Gospel Miracles in their Relation to Christ and Christianity. (1880)

19            The Influence of Christianity on Human Institutions and Occupations. A Sermon Preached at the Sixty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Hartford, October 3, 1876. (1876)

20            The Limitations of Life and Other Sermons. With Portrait on Steel by Ritchie. Sixth Edition. (1904)

21            The Lost Found, and the Wander Welcomed. (1873)

22            The Ministry of the Word. (1876)

23            The Miracles of Our Savior, Expounded and Illustrated. (1890)

24            The Parables of Our Savior, Expounded and Illustrated. By William M. Taylor, D.D., LL.D., Pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle, New York City. (1886)

25            The Scottish Pulpit from the Reformation to the Present Day. (1887)

 


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1               Irenicum Ecclesiasticum; or, A Humble Impartial Essay upon the Peace of Jerusalem, wherein the        Analogy between Jerusalem and the Visible Church is in some instances briefly Hinted. The                 Nature, the Order, the Union, of the Visible Church, together with her Terms of Communion, are            particularly considered, and their Excellency opened. Moreover the following important Points     are largely explained. 1. What is to be understood by the Peace of Jerusalem. 2. What by praying                    for the Peace of Jerusalem. 3. How, and why we should pray for its Peace and Prosperity. Under             the aforesaid General Heads, the following Particulars are discussed, viz. The Nature, Kinds,                Hindrances, Means, and Motives, of Peace and Union, together with an Answer to Objections.   Also a Prefatory Address to the Synods of New-York and Philadelphia. By Gilbert Tennent, A.M.                (1749)

2               Sermons and Essays by the Tennets and Their Contemporaries, Compiled for the Board. By       Samuel D. Alexander. (1856)

3               Some Account of the Principles of the Moravians: Chiefly collected from several Conversations               with Count Zinzendorf; and from some Sermons preached by him at Berlin, and published in       London. Being an Appendix to a Treatise on the Necessity of holding fast the Truth. By Gilbert                   Tennent, M.A., Minister of the Gospel in New-Jersey. Recommended by the Reverend Dr.               Colman, and other Ministers of Boston. With a Preface, offering some Reasons for this                 Publication. (1743)

4               The Examiner, Examined; or, Gilbert Tennent , Harmonious. In Answer to a Pamphlet, Entitled,                "The Examiner; or, Gilbert against Tennent." Being a Vindication of the Rev. Gilbert Tennent and        his Associates, together with Six Rev. Ministers of Boston, from the unjust Reflections cast upon           them by the Author of that Anonymous Pamphlet, together with some Remarks upon the   QUERIST'S, the Third Part, and other of their Performances. The Whole being an Essay to                 Vindicate the late Glorious Work of God's Power and Grace in these Lands, from the    unreasonable Cavils and Exceptions of said Pamphlet, and others of like Nature. The whole Essay                    is submitted to the Decision of Truth and Common Sense. By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. (1743)

5               The Late Association for Defense Farther Encouraged: or, Defensive War Defended; and its      Consistency with True Christianity Represented. in a Reply to some Exceptions against War, in a    late Composure, entitled, "The Doctrine of Christianity, as held by the People called Quakers,                 vindicated." (1748)

6               Twenty Three Sermons Upon the Chief End of Man. The Divine Authority of the Sacred Scriptures, The Being and Attributes of God, and the Doctrine of the Trinity. Preached at Philadelphia A. D. 1743. By Gilbert Tennent. (1744)

 


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1               Biographical Sketches of the Founder, and Principal Alumni of the Log College. Together with an Account of the Revivals of Religion, Under Their Ministry. Collected and Edited by Archibald Alexander, D.D. (1845) (Author: Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851 Subject: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Neshaminy, Pa. Log College)

 


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1               Life of the Rev. William Tennent, Formerly Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Freehold, in New Jersey. In which is Contained, Among other Interesting Particulars, an Account of his being Three Days in a Trance, and Apparently Lifeless. (1847)

2               Life of the Rev. William Tennent, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Freehold, New Jersey. By Elias Boudinot, LL.D. Improved Edition. (1833) (Author: Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821)

3               The History of the "Old Scots" Church of Freehold; From the Scotch Immigration of 1685 till the Removal of the Church under the Ministry of the Rev. William Tennent, Jr. By Henry Goodwin Smith, Minister of the Freehold Church. (1895) (Author: Smith, Henry Goodwin, b. 1860)

 


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1               Hymns of Tersteegen, Suso, and Others. By Frances Bevan. (1902) (Author: Bevan, Frances;   Tersteegen, Gerhard, 1697-1769; Seuse, Heinrich, 1300?-1366)

2               Imitations. From the German of Spitta and Tersteegen. By Lady Durand. (1873) (Author: Lady             Emily Augusta Durand, Karl Johann Philipp Spitta, Gerhard Tersteegen)

3               Life and Character of Gerhard Tersteegen, with Extracts from his Letters and Writings.                Translated from the German by Samuel Jackson, Translator of "The Companion to the Christian's     Pattern," by Thomas A. Kempis. (1832)

4               Life Studies: or, How to Live. Illustrated in the Biographies of Bunyan, Tersteegen, Montgomery, Perthes, and Mrs. Wilson. By the Rev. John Baillie. (1860) (Author: Baillie, John, 1816-1890
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Bunyan, John, 1628-1688; Tersteegen, Gerhard, 1697-1769; Montgomery, James, 1771-1854; Perthes, Friedrich Christoph, 1772-1843; Winslow, Mary, Mrs., 1774-1853)

5               Spiritual Crumbs from the Master's Table. By Gerhard Tersteegen. Translated from the German by Samuel Jackson. (1837)

 


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1               Sermons, Evangelical, Doctrinal, and Practical. By Elihu Thayer, D.D., Late Pastor of the First   Church in Kingston, New Hampshire. (1813)

 


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1               An Aid to the Heidelberg Catechism. By Rev. Otto Thelemann, Detmold, Germany. Translated by            Rev. M. Peters, A.M., B.D., Professor of New Testament Literature and Exegesis in the Ursinus           School of Theology, Collegeville, Pennsylvania. (1896)

 


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1               A Biblical Liturgy, for the use of Churches, Schools, Homes, and Hospitals. Containing Twenty-                  Four Scripture Services, including; Marriage, Baptismal, Visitation of the Sick, and Burial suitable     to the New Act. Also the Morning and Evening Services of the Episcopal Church arranged for all                Free Churches. It Contains also Twenty-Nine Original Hymns and Twenty-Six pieces of Music for        Chanting, Compiled by David Thomas, D.D. Musically Arranged by Rev. S. March, M.A.,         Incumbent of Christ Church, Sydenham. Twelfth Edition, Improved and Enlarged. (1881)

2               An Analytical Index to the Homilist, Volumes 1 to 7. (1860)

3               Problemata Mundi. The Book of Job Exegetically and Practically Considered. Containing Ninety-             One Homiletic Sketches. By David Thomas, D.D. Critically Revised, with an Introduction, By         Samuel Davidson, D.D., LL.D. First Edition. (1878)

4               Septem in Uno: The First Seven Volumes of the Homilist in One, Being a Republication of all the               Germs of Thought, Leading Homilies, Etc., Contributed to those Volumes. (1886)

5               The Acts of the Apostles. The Second Gospel of St. Luke, Exegetically and Practically Considered,            Containing One Hundred and Nine Homiletic Sketches. By David Thomas, D.D., Founder of the              University College, Aberystwith. (1889)

6               The Book of Psalms Exegetically and Practically Considered. Containing Eighty-Four Homiletic                  Sketches, and Thirty-Five Sermonic Slippings. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1882) (Extending       from Chapter 1 to Chapter 61.)

7               The Genius of the Fourth Gospel. The Gospel of St. John, Exegetically and Practically Considered, Containing One Hundred and Two Homiletic Sketches and Fifty-One Germs of Thought.  In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1885) (Extending from Chapter 1 to Chapter 13.)

8               The Genius of the Fourth Gospel. The Gospel of St. John, Exegetically and Practically Considered, Containing Fifty-One Homiletic Sketches, Twenty-Eight Germs of Thought, and Twenty Prelections, also Introduction to the Gospel.  In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1885) (Extending from Chapter 14 to Chapter 21.)

9               The Genius of the Gospel: A Homiletical Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. By David         Thomas, D.D., Minister of Stockwell C. Church, London; Editor of "The Homilist;" Etc., Etc. Edited                by the Rev. William Webster, M.A., Late Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge, Etc., Etc. (1873)

10            The Homilist. Volume 1 (1858) (New Series Volume 8 from Commencement.)

11            The Homilist. Volume 1 (1863) (Third Series Volume 12 from Commencement.)

12            The Homilist. Volume 1 (1868) (Fourth Series Volume 22 from Commencement.)

13            The Homilist. Volume 1 (1870) (Editor's Series Volume 26 from Commencement.)

14            The Homilist. Volume 1 (1876) (Editor's Enlarged Series Volume 38 from Commencement.)

15            The Homilist. Volume 1 (1879) (Excelsior Series Volume 44 from Commencement.)

16            The Homilist. Volume 2 (1852) (Numbers 9 to 14.)

17            The Homilist. Volume 2 (1868) (Fourth Series Volume 23 from Commencement.)

18            The Homilist. Volume 2 (1870) (Editor's Series Volume 27 from Commencement.)

19            The Homilist. Volume 2 (1876) (Editor's Enlarged Series Volume 39 from Commencement.)

20            The Homilist. Volume 2 (1879) (Excelsior Series Volume 45 from Commencement.)

21            The Homilist. Volume 2 (1883) (Eclectic Series Volume 52 from Commencement.)

22            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1853) (Numbers 15 to 20.)

23            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1860) (New Series Volume 10 from Commencement.)

24            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1864) (Third Series Volume 14 from Commencement.)

25            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1869) (Fourth Series Volume 24 from Commencement.)

26            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1871) (Editor's Series Volume 28 from Commencement.)

27            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1877) (Editor's Enlarged Series Volume 40 from Commencement.)

28            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1880) (Excelsior Series Volume 46 from Commencement.)

29            The Homilist. Volume 3 (1883) (Eclectic Series Volume 53 from Commencement.)

30            The Homilist. Volume 4 (1854) (Numbers 21 to 26.)

31            The Homilist. Volume 4 (1861) (New Series Volume 11 from Commencement.)

32            The Homilist. Volume 4 (1864) (Third Series Volume 15 from Commencement.)

33            The Homilist. Volume 4 (1877) (Editor's Enlarged Series Volume 41 from Commencement.)

34            The Homilist. Volume 4 (1880) (Excelsior Series Volume 47 from Commencement.)

35            The Homilist. Volume 4 (1884) (Eclectic Series Volume 54 from Commencement.)

36            The Homilist. Volume 5 (1854) (Numbers 27 to 32.)

37            The Homilist. Volume 5 (1865) (Third Series Volume 16 from Commencement.)

38            The Homilist. Volume 5 (1878) (Editor's Enlarged Series Volume 42 from Commencement.)

39            The Homilist. Volume 5 (1881) (Excelsior Series Volume 48 from Commencement.)

40            The Homilist. Volume 5 (1884) (Eclectic Series Volume 55 from Commencement.)

41            The Homilist. Volume 6 (1878) (Editor's Enlarged Series Volume 43 from Commencement.)

42            The Homilist. Volume 6 (1881) (Excelsior Series Volume 49 from Commencement.)

43            The Homilist. Volume 6 (1885) (Eclectic Series Volume 56 from Commencement.)

44            The Homilist. Volume 7 (1866) (Third Series Volume 18 from Commencement.)

45            The Homilist. Volume 7 (1873) (Editor's Series Volume 32 from Commencement.)

46            The Homilist. Volume 7 (1882) (Excelsior Series Volume 50 from Commencement.)

47            The Homilist. Volume 7 (1886) (Eclectic Series Volume 57 from Commencement.)

48            The Homilist. Volume 9 (1867) (Third Series Volume 20 from Commencement.)

49            The Homilist. Volume 9 (1874) (Editor's Series Volume 34 from Commencement.)

50            The Homilist. Volume 10 (1867) (Third Series Volume 21 from Commencement.)

51            The Homilist. Volume 10 (1875) (Editor's Series Volume 35 from Commencement.)

52            The Homilist. Volume 11 (1875) (Editor's Series Volume 36 from Commencement.)

53            The Philosophy of Happiness: Lectures on the Crisis of Being, and the Progress of Being. (1869)

54            The Practical Philosopher; A Daily Monitor for Business Men, consisting of Brief and Suggestive               Moral Readings on the "Book of Proverbs" for every Day in the Year. (microfilm) (1873)

 



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1               Trye's Year among the Hindoos. By Julia Carrie Thompson, Author of "Aspenridge" and "Life in                   Narrow Streets." (1872)

 



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1               British Foreign Missions 1837-1897. By Rev. R. Wardlaw Thompson, Foreign Secretary to the   London Missionary Society and Rev. Arthur N. Johnson, M.A., Home Secretary to the London      Missionary Society. (1899) (Author: Thompson, R. Wardlaw (Ralph Wardlaw), 1842-1916;      Johnson, Arthur Newton)

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

3               My Trip in the "John Williams." (1900) (Author: Thompson, R. Wardlaw (Ralph Wardlaw), 1842-          1916 Subject: John Williams (Ship); Missions -- Islands of the Pacific)

 


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1               Discourses. By the Late Rev. John Riddell, Moffat. With a Sketch of his Life, by the Rev. Andrew                 Thompson, D.D., Edinburgh. (1868)

2               Four Lectures to Young Men; Delivered at the Request of the Edinburgh Young Men's Society. By              the Rev. Andrew Thomson, B.A., Rev. W. Cunningham, Rev. Alexander Fraser, and Rev. D. T. K.    Drummond, B.A. (1842)

3               Great Missionaries. A Series of Biographies. (1870) (Introduction--I. America: John Eliot; David                 Brainerd--II. Greenland: Christian David--III. South seas: John Williams--IV. South Africa: John          Theodore Vanderkemp; John Campbell--V. Asia. Kurdistan: Asahel Grant. India: Bartholomew                  Ziegenbalg; Christian Frederick Swarz; William Carey; Henry Martyn. Burmah: Adoniram Judson--  Conclusion.)

4               Historical Sketch of the Origin of the Secession Church. By the Rev. Andrew Thomson, D.D. And                 the History of the Rise of the Relief Church. By the Rev. Gavin Struthers, D.D. (1858) (Author:        Thomson, Andrew, 1814-1901; Struthers, Gavin, 1790-1858.)

5               Home Life in Ancient Palestine; or, Studies in the Book of Ruth. (1877)

6               In the Holy Land. By the Rev. Andrew Thomson, D.D., F.R.S.E., Minister of Broughton Place          Church, Edinburgh. (1871) (A Journey through Palestine.)

7               James Darling a Memorial Sketch. By Andrew Thomson, D.D., Edinburgh. With a Sermon by Rev.              John Smith, M.A., Edinburgh. (1891) (Author: Thomson, Andrew; Smith, John.* Subject: Darling,    James.*)

8               The Works of John Owen, D.D., Edited by the Rev. William H. Goold, Edinburgh, and Rev. Charles             W. Quick, Philadelphia. Volume 1 (1871) (I. Memoir of the Author. By the Rev. Andrew             Thomson, D.D. II. On the Person of Christ. III. Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ.            IV. Meditations                   and Discourses on the Glory of Christ applied to Saints and Sinners. V. Two Short            Catechisms.)

9               Life of Principal Harper, D.D. Second Edition. (1882) (Subject: Harper, James, 1795-1879)

10            Memoir of John Millar of Sheardale. With an Appendix. By Rev. Andrew Thomson, D.D.,                Broughton Place Church. (1876) (Subject: Millar, John, 1805-1875)

11            Samuel Rutherford. (1884)

12            The Hendersonian Testimony; Being Five Essays by Working Men of Glasgow on the Advantages              of the Sabbath to the Working Classes. (1849)

13            The New Acts of the Apostles; or, The Marvels of Modern Missions. A Series of Lectures upon   the Foundation of the "Duff Missionary Lectureship" Delivered in Scotland, in February and                   March, 1893. With a chromo-lithographic Map of the World, and Chart, which shows the           Prevailing Religions of the World, their comparative areas, and the Progress of Evangelization.        By Arthur T. Pierson, Author. With an Introduction by Rev. Andrew Thompson, D.D., F.R.S.E., of             Edinburgh, Scotland. (1894)

14            The Sabbath. A Paper read at the Conference of the Evangelical Alliance, held at Geneva,          September 2, 1861. By Andrew Thompson, D.D., Edinburgh. With a Preface by the Rev. J. C. Ryle,       B.A., Christ Church, Oxford, Stradbroke, Suffolk. (1863)

15            Thomas Boston of Ettrick: His Life and Times. (1895) (Subject: Boston, Thomas, 1676-1732)

 


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1               A Catechism for the Instruction of Communicants in the Nature and uses of Our Lord's Supper,                 and in the Doctrines and Duties Connected with that Ordinance; to which is added, a      Sacramental Address. By Andrew Thomson, D.D., Late Minister of St. George's Church,                 Edinburgh. Revised and Corrected by the Author. With Recommendatory Preface. (microfilm) (1839)

2               An Address to Christian Parents on the Religious Education of Their Children. Third Edition.      (1821)

3               Lectures, Expository and Practical, on Select Portions of Scripture. By the Rev. Andrew Thomson,           A.M., Minister of St. George's, Edinburgh. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1816)

4               Lectures, Expository and Practical, on Select Portions of Scripture. By the Rev. Andrew Thomson,           A.M., Minister of St. George's, Edinburgh. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1816)

5               Lectures on Portions of the Psalms. (1826)

6               Life of Doctor Andrew Thomson, D.D., Minister of St. George's Parish, Edinburgh. (1882)

7               Scripture History, from the Creation to the Birth of Christ; with Notes, Historical and   Explanatory, and a Set of Chronological Tables: For the use of Schools and Families. The Whole              intended to Excite, among the Rising Generation, a Taste for Sacred Literature; and to Promote a         more Extensive Acquaintance with the Bible. By Andrew Thomson, of Bristol. (1826)

8               Sermons and Sacramental Meditations. By the Late Andrew Thomson, D.D., Minister of St.       George's Church, Edinburgh. (1831)

9               Sermons on Hearing the Word Preached. (1825)

10            Sermons on Various Subjects. By Andrew Thomson, D.D., Minister of St. George's Church,           Edinburgh. (1829)

11            St George's Edinburgh. A History of St George's Church 1814 to 1843 and of St. George's Free Church 1843 to 1873. Two Addresses Delivered to the Young Men's Association of St. George's Free Church. By David Maclagan, F.R.S.E. (1876) (Author: David Maclagan, M.D. F.R.S.E.)

12            Substance of the Speech Delivered at the Meeting of the Edinburgh Society for the Abolition of Slavery, on October 19, 1830. (1831)

13            The Doctrine of Universal Pardon Considered and Refuted, in a Series of Sermons, with Notes, Critical and Expository. (1830) (Twelve Sermons on Psalm 130 Verses 7 and 8.)

 


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1               The Martyr Graves of Scotland. By Rev. J. H. Thomson, Hightae, Dumfriesshire. Edited by             Matthew Hutchison. With an Introduction by D. Hay Fleming, LL.D. (1903) (Author: Thomson, J.      H. (John Henderson), 1824-1901; Hutchison, Matthew; Fleming, David Hay, 1849-1931)

 


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1               A Discourse Commemorative of the Life, Character, and Genius of the Late Rev. J. H. Thornwell, D.D., LL.D. Delivered by Rev. B. M. Palmer, D.D. (1862) (Author: Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902)

2               A Memorial Sketch of William G. Neville, D.D., LL.D., President of Presbyterian College of South Carolina. (1907)

3               A Tract on the Doctrines of Election and Reprobation. (1840)

4               Discourses on Truth. Delivered in the Chapel of the South Carolina College. (1855)

5               James Henley Thornwell; Presbyterian Defender of the Old South. By the Rev. Paul Leslie Garber,          Ph.D., Pastor of the Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church, Durham, North Carolina. (1943)

6               Letter to his Excellency Governor Manning on Public Instruction in South Carolina. (1853)

7               Our Danger and our Duty. (1862)

8               The Apocryphal Books of the Old Testament Proved to be Corrupt Additions to the Word of God. The Arguments of Romanists from the Infallibility of the Church and the Testimonies of the Fathers on Behalf of the Apocrypha, Discussed and Refuted. By James H. Thornwell, Professor of Sacred Literature and the Evidences of Christianity in the South Carolina College. (1845)

9               The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Late Professor of Theology in the             Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. Edited by John B. Adger, D.D., Professor of            Ecclesiastical History and Polity in the same Seminary. In Four Volumes Volume 1 (1871)           (Author: Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862; Adger, John B. (John Bailey), 1810-1899)                  (Theological. - I. Sixteen Theological Lectures. II. Theology, its Proper Method and Central                   Principle. A Review of Breckinridge's Objective Theology. III. The Personality of God. IV. Nature                 of our Relation to Adam in his First Sin. A Review of Baird's Elohim Revealed. V. Appendix A.           Discourse Delivered by Dr. Thornwell, upon being Inaugurated as Professor of Theology. VI.     Appendix B. Questions upon the Lectures in Theology. VII. Appendix C. Analysis of Calvin's                    Institutes, with                  Notes and Comments. VIII. Appendix D. Questions on Calvin's Institutes.)

10            The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Late Professor of Theology in the             Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. Edited by John B. Adger, D.D., Professor of            Ecclesiastical History and Polity in the same Seminary. In Four Volumes Volume 2 (1871)           (Author: Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862; Adger, John B. (John Bailey), 1810-1899)                  (Theological and Ethical. I. Outline of the Covenant of Grace and Testimony to Sublapsarianism.             II. Theology as a Life in Individuals and in the Church: Being a Review of Breckinridge's Subjective           Theology. III. The Necessity and Nature of Christianity. IV. Election and Reprobation. V. The        Necessity of the Atonement. VI. The Priesthood of Christ. VII. Christ Tempted as the Second                   Adam. VIII. The Gospel, God's Power and Wisdom. IX. The Personality of the Holy Ghost. X. The                 Nature of Salvation. XI. Antinomianism. XII. Christian Effort. XIII. The Sacrifice of Christ, the Type      and Model of Missionary Effort. XIV. Seven Discourses on Truth.)

11            The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Late Professor of Theology in the             Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. Edited by John B. Adger, D.D., and John L.              Girardeau, D.D. In Four                   Volumes Volume 3 (1873) (Author: Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-   1862; Adger, John B. (John Bailey), 1810-1899) (Theological and Controversial. - I. Rationalist          Controversy. II. Papal Controversy.)

12            The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Late Professor of Theology in the             Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. Edited by John B. Adger, D.D., and John L.              Girardeau, D.D. In Four                   Volumes Volume 4 (1873) (Author: Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-   1862; Adger, John B. (John Bailey), 1810-1899) (Ecclesiastical. - I. Church Officers. II. Church              Operations. III. Church Discipline. IV. The Church and Slavery. V. The Southern Presbyterian                   Church. VI. The Church and Secular Societies. VII. Miscellanea. VIII. Appendixes. A. Argument for             Church Boards, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D. B. Presbyterianism, by the Rev. Charles Hodge,      D.D.)

13            The Life and Letters of James Henley Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Ex-President of the South Carolina                College, Late Professor of Theology in the Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina. By                    B. M. Palmer, D.D., LL.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, Louisiana. (1875)                   (Author: Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902)

14            The Necessity of the Atonement. A Sermon, Preached in the Chapel of the South Carolina College, on the First Day of December, 1844. (1845)

15            The Rights and Duties of Masters. A Sermon Preached at the Dedication of a Church, erected in Charleston, South Carolina for the Benefit and Instruction of the Colored Population. (1850)

16            The State of the Country An Article Republished from The Southern Presbyterian Review. (1861)

 


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1               Jews in America; or, Probabilities that the Americans Are of that Race. With the Removal of Some Contrary Reasonings, and Earnest Desires for Effectual Endeavors to Make them Christian. Proposed by Thomas Thorowgood, B.D., One of the Assembly of Divines. (1650) (Author: Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669; Dury, John, 1596-1680; Montesinos, Antón de, d. 1540; Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657 Subject: Indians; Lost tribes of Israel)

 


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1               Sermons by Rev. Reuben Tinker, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, in Westfield, New York,            with a Biographical Sketch, by M. L. P. Thompson, D.D., Buffalo, New York. (1856) (Author:            Tinker, Reuben, 1799-1854; Thompson, Matthew La Rue Perrine, b. 1809)

2               The Duty of the Present Generation to Evangelize the World: An Appeal from the Missionaries at the Sandwich Islands to their Friends in the United States. (1836)

 


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1               Historical Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England. Including, among other     Particulars, I. A brief Account of some Eminent Persons, famous for their Adoption of that              System, both before and since the Reformation; more Especially, of our English Reformers,      Martyrs, Prelates, and Universities: With Specimens of their Testimonies. II. An incidental      Review of the Rise and Progress of Arminianism in England, Under the Patronage of Archbishop          Laud. With a complete Index to the Whole. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1774)

2               Historical Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England. Including, among other     Particulars, I. A brief Account of some Eminent Persons, famous for their Adoption of that              System, both before and since the Reformation; more Especially, of our English Reformers,      Martyrs, Prelates, and Universities: With Specimens of their Testimonies. II. An incidental      Review of the Rise and Progress of Arminianism in England, Under the Patronage of Archbishop          Laud. With a complete Index to the Whole. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1774)

3               Hymns and Sacred Poems, on a Variety of Divine Subjects, Comprising the Whole of the Poetical Remains of the Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, B.A. With a Sketch of His Life and Poetry. (1860)

4               Memoirs of Augustus Toplady, A.B. Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. Third Edition, with Considerable Additions. (1813)

5               Psalms and Hymns for Public and Private Worship. Collected (for the most part), and Published, by Augustus Toplady, A.B., Vicar of Broad Hembury. (1776)

6               The Doctrine of Absolute Predestination Stated and Asserted: Translated in great measure from the Latin of Jerome Zanchius: With some Account of his Life prefixed: and an Appendix concerning the Fate of the Ancients. Also, a Caveat Against unsound Doctrines. To which is added, a Letter to the Rev. John Wesley. By Augustus Toplady, A.B. (1793) (Author: Zanchi, Girolamo, 1516-1590; Toplady, Augustus, 1740-1778)

7               The Doctrine of Absolute Predestination Stated and Asserted: Translated in great measure from the Latin of Jerome Zanchius: With some Account of his Life prefixed: and an Appendix concerning the Fate of the Ancients. Also, a Caveat Against unsound Doctrines. To which is added, a Letter to the Rev. John Wesley. By Augustus Toplady, A.B. (1811) (Author: Zanchi, Girolamo, 1516-1590; Toplady, Augustus, 1740-1778)

8               The Life of the Rev. James Hervey, M.A., Rector of Weston-Favel. Bound Together with; The Life of the Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, Vicar of Broad-Hembury. (No Date.)

9               The Works of Augustus M. Toplady, A.B., Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. New Edition, with              an Enlarged Memoir of the Author. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1825) (I. An Account of the Life              and Writings of the Author. II. Last Will. III. Elegiac Poem on the Death of the Author. IV.              Historical Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England. In Two Volumes. Volume 1.)

10            The Works of Augustus M. Toplady, A.B., Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. New Edition, with              an Enlarged Memoir of the Author. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1825) (I. Historical Proof of the             Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England. In Two Volumes. Volume 2.)

11            The Works of Augustus M. Toplady, A.B., Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. New Edition, with              an Enlarged Memoir of the Author. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1825) (I. Ten Sermons on Various        Subjects. II Essays. III. Meditations. IV. Miscellaneous Disquisitions, Writings, and Speeches.)

12            The Works of Augustus M. Toplady, A.B., Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. New Edition, with              an Enlarged Memoir of the Author. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1825) (I. Brief Accounts of the                Lives of 1. Mr. John Knox. 2. Mr. Fox. 3. Dr. Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury. 4. Dr. Carleton, Bishop of                Chichester. 5. John Lord Harrington, Baron of Exton. 6. Herman Witsius, D.D. 7. Rev. Mr. Alsop.        8. Rev. Dr. Thomas Wilson, Late Bishop of Sodor and Man. 9. Dr. Isaac Watts. 10. Mrs. Elizabeth              Rowe. and 11. the Late Rev. Mr. Whitefield. II. Anecdotes, Incidents, and Historic Passages. III.               Sketch of Natural History... IV. Observations and Reflections. V. Excellent Passages from Eminent                   Persons. VI. Christianity Reversed. VII. A Sketch of Modern Female Education. VIII. Important            Remarks.)

13            The Works of Augustus M. Toplady, A.B., Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. New Edition, with              an Enlarged Memoir of the Author. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1825) (I. The Church of England             Vindicated from the Charge of Arminianism.)

14            The Works of Augustus M. Toplady, A.B., Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon. New Edition, with              an Enlarged Memoir of the Author. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1825) (I. The Scheme of Christian        and Philosophical Necessity asserted. II Appendix - Including Letters, Hymns, and Poems.)

 


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1               A Commentary upon the Prophecy of Malachi. By that Late Reverend, Godly, and Learned         Divine, Mr. Richard Stock, sometime Rector of Allhallows, Bread Street, London. Whereunto is      added an Exercitation upon the same Prophecy, by Samuel Torshell. (1865) (Author: Stock,    Richard, 1569?-1626; Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650; Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661; Bernhard,            Richard, 1567?-1641)

2               The Woman's Glory. A Treatise, Asserting the Due Honor of that Sex, and Directing Wherein that Honor Consists. Dedicated to Young Princess Elizabeth her Highness. By Samuel Torshell. (1645)

 


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1               A Discourse Preached on Thanksgiving Day, in the Beneficent Congregational Meeting-House,                 Providence, July 21, 1842. (1842) (Subject: Dorr Rebellion, 1842)

2               A Sermon Preached in the Beneficent Congregational Church, Providence, September 29, 1839.             Occasioned by the Death of Rev. James Wilson, A.M., Late Senior Pastor of said Church. By Mark               Tucker, Surviving Pastor. (1839) (GB)

2               The Centennial Sermon, Preached before the Congregational Church and Society, in Providence,           Rhode Island, March 19, 1843. Together with the Articles of Faith, Covenant, Etc.; and a List of     Members of said Church. (1845)

 



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1               The Hidden Life of a Christian, Exemplified in the Character and Writings of Mrs. Susannah H.                   Tucker, Late of Milton, Massachusetts. With an Introductory Essay by Rev. John Codman, D.D. (1835) (Author: Tucker, Susannah Humphreys (Clapp), Mrs., 1802-1833. [from old catalog]; Codman, John, 1782-1847, [from old catalog] ed)

 


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1               Death Disarmed: And the Grave Swallowed up in Victory. A Sermon Preached at St. Mary's in Cambridge, on December 22, 1653. At the Public Funerals of Dr. Hill, Late Master of Trinity College in that University. With a short Account of his Life and Death. To which are added Two Sermons more upon the same Text, Preached afterward in the same Place. (1654)

2               Moral and Religious Aphorisms. Collected from the Manuscript Papers of the Reverend and Learned Doctor Whichcote; and Published in 1703, by Dr. Jeffery. Now Republished, with very large Additions, from the Transcripts of the latter, by Samuel Salter, D.D., Prebendary of Norwich, and Curate of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. To which are added, Eight Letters: Which passed between Dr. Benjamin Whichcote, Provost of King's College' and Dr. Tuckney, Master of Emmanuel College, in Cambridge: On several very interesting Subjects. Now First Published. (1753)

3               Forty Sermons Upon Several Occasions by the Late Reverend and Learned Anthony Tuckney, D.D., sometimes Master of Emmanuel and St. John's College (successively) and Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. Published according to his own Copies. By his Son, Jonathan Tuckney, M.A., sometimes Fellow of St. John's College in Cambridge. (1676)

 


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1               A Historical Sketch of Opinions on the Atonement: Interspersed with Biographical Notices of the Leading Doctors, and Outlines of the Sections of the Church, from the Incarnation of Christ to the Present Time, with Translations from Francis Turrettin on the Atonement. (1817) (Author: Willson, James Renwick, 1780-1853; Turrettini, François, 1623-1687)

2               Turretin on the Atonement of Christ (1859) (Author: Turrettini, François, 1623-1687; Willson, James R. (James Renwick), 1780-1853, tr; Reformed Church in America. Board of Publication)

 


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1               A Lamp to the Path: or, The Word of God in the Heart, the Home, the Workshop, and the             Market-Place. With a Preface by H. L. Hastings. (1884) (Author: Tweedie, W. K; Hastings, H. L.           (Horace Lorenzo), 1831-1899)

2               Earnest Men: Their Life and Work. (1882)

3               Glad Tidings; or, The Gospel of Peace. A Series of Daily Meditations for Christian Disciples. With             an Introduction by H. L. Hastings. (1884) (Author: Tweedie, W. K; Hastings, H. L. (Horace           Lorenzo), 1831-1899)

4               Home: A Book for the Family. (1857)

5               Jerusalem and its Environs; or, The Holy City as it Was and Is. (1860)

6               Man and his Money: Its Use and Abuse. (1855)

7               Pathways of Many Pilgrims; or, Lights and Shadows in the Christian Life. Fifth Edition. (1860)

8               Ruined Cities of the East. (1859) (I. Ephesus. II. Sardis. III. Petra. IV. Gaza, Ashkelon, and Ashdod.             V. Jerusalem. VI. Caesarea. VII. Tyre. VIII. Samaria. IX. Oom, Keis, and Jerash. X. Ammon. XI.               Bozrah. XII. Ba'albek. XIII. Mount Lebanon. XIV. Antioch. XV. Palmyra. XVII. Babylon. XVIII. Susa.                XIX. Nineveh. XX. Persepolis.)

9               Select Biographies. Edited for the Wodrow Society, Chiefly from Manuscripts in the Library of                   the Faculty of Advocates. By the Rev. W. K. Tweedie. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1845) (Rev.                   John Welsh. 2. Master Patrick Simsone. 3. Rev. John Livingstone. 4. John, Viscount Kenmure. 5.              Walter Pringle. 6. Mrs. Janet Hamilton.)

10            Select Biographies. Edited for the Wodrow Society, Chiefly from Manuscripts in the Library of                   the Faculty of Advocates. By the Rev. W. K. Tweedie. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1847) (1. Re.                David Dickson. 2. Rev. William Guthrie. 3. Rev. James Fraser (of Brea.) 4. John Nisbet. 5. John                    Stevenson. 6. Mrs. Goodal. 7. Lady Coltness. 8. Lady Anne Elcho.)

11            The Early Choice: A Book for Daughters. (1861)

12            The Life of the Rev. John Macdonald, A.M., Late Missionary Minister from the Free Church of    Scotland at Calcutta; Including Selections from his Diary and Letters. By the Rev. W. K. Tweedie,                  Minister of Free Tolbooth Church, Edinburgh. (1849) (Subject: Macdonald, John, 1807-1847)

13            The Psalms of David in Metre: According to the Version Approved by the Kirk of Scotland, and                    Appointed to be used in Worship. With Introductory and Marginal Notes by the Late W. K.    Tweedie, D.D. (1865)

14            The Mutual Duties and Responsibilities of Pastor and People: A Sermon, Preached, on Sabbath, September 4, 1836, in the South Parish Church, Aberdeen, on Occasion of the Introduction of the Rev. W. K. Tweedie, to the Pastoral Charge of that Church and Parish. By the Rev. Alexander Duff, D.D. Second Edition. (1837) (Author: Duff, Alexander, 1806-1878)

15            The Parables of Our Lord. (1862)

16            The Rivers and Lakes of Scripture. (1857)

17            The Sacrament of Baptism: Its Nature, Design, and Obligations. Second Edition. (1845)

18            The Works of the Reverend and Pious Andrew Gray, Formerly Minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. With a Preface, by the Rev. William K. Tweedie, Minister of the South Parish, Aberdeen. (1839) (Author: Gray, Andrew, 1633-1656; Tweedie, W.K. (William King), 1803-1863)

19            Youthful Diligence and Future Greatness. A Book for the Young. (1882)

 


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1               Of the Morality of the Fourth Commandment, as still in Force to Bind Christians. Delivered by way of an Answer to the Translator of Dr. Prideaux’s Lecture concerning the Doctrine of the Sabbath. Divided into Two Parts; I. An Answer to the Prefacer. II. A Consideration of Dr. Prideaux, his Lecture. Written by William Twisse, D.D., and Pastor of Newbury. (1641)

 


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1               A Memoir of the Rev. William Augustine Bernard Johnson, Missionary of the Church Missionary Society, in Regent's Town, Sierra Leone, Africa. By Robert Benton Seeley. With an Introductory Notice, by Stephen H. Tyng, D.D. (1853) (Subject: Johnson, William Augustine Bernard, 1787-1823)

2               A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy of the Diocese of New-York, from the Bishop. May, 1865. With the Replies of Stephen H. Tyng, E. H. Canfield,  D.D., Rector of Christ Church, Brooklyn. John Cotton Smith, D.D., Rector of the Church of the Ascension, New York, and W. A. Mulhenberg. (1865) (Author: Potter, Horatio, Bp., 1802-1887; Smith, John Cotton, 1826-1882)

3               Address at the Installation of Officers of Prince of Orange Lodge No. 16, New York City, December 29, A. L. 5866. By Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, Jr., Chaplain. (1867)

4               Address on the Occasion of the Funeral of William Tilden Blodgett, in St. George's Church, Stuyvesant Square, New York, November 8, 1875. (1875)

5               Christ is All. (1849)

6               Christian Loyalty. A Discourse, Delivered in St. George's Church, New-York, April 30, 1863, the Day of National Fast. (1863)

7               Christian Titles: A Series of Practical Meditations. (1853)

8               Forty Year's Experience in Sunday Schools. (1860)

9               Lectures on the Law and the Gospel, Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. (1844)

10            Lessons on the Acts of the Apostles: Designed for more Advanced Bible Classes. (1860)

11            Memoir of the Rev. Gregory Townsend Bedell, D.D., Rector of St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia. Second Edition, Enlarged and Improved. (1836) (Subject: Bedell, Gregory T. (Gregory Townsend), 1793-1834)

12            New Encyclopedia of Poetical Illustrations, Adapted to Christian Teaching: Embracing; Poems, Odes, Legends, Lyrics, Hymns, Sonnets, Extracts, Etc. By Rev. Elon Foster. Series 1 (1872)

13            New Encyclopedia of Poetry, Embracing Poems descriptive of the Scenes, Incidents, Persons and Places of the Bible. Also Indexes to Foster's Encyclopedias. By Rev. Elon Foster, D. D. Series 2 (1883)

14            New Encyclopedia of Prose Illustrations:  Adapted to Christian Teaching: Embracing Mythology, Analogies, Legends, Parables, Emblems, Metaphors, Similes, Allegories, Proverbs; Classic, Historic, and Religious Anecdotes, Etc.; A Companion Volume to New Encyclopedia of Poetical Illustrations, by Rev. Elon Foster, D. D., with an Introduction by Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, D.D. (1875)

15            Our Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln. Voices from the Pulpit of New York and Brooklyn. Oration by Honorable George Bancroft. Oration at the Burial, by Bishop Simpson. (1865) (Author: Williams, William R., 1804-1885; Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887; Bellows, Henry W. (Henry Whitney), 1814-1882; Tyng, Stephen H. (Stephen Higginson), 1800-1885; Robinson, Charles S. (Charles Seymour), 1829-1899; Budington, William Ives, 1815-1879; McClintock, John, 1814-1870; Littlejohn, A. N. (Abram Newkirk), 1824-1901; Cuyler, Theodore L. (Theodore Ledyard), 1822-1909; Thompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879; Eells, James, 1822-1886; Porter, Elbert Stothoff, 1820-1888; Rogers, E. P. (Ebenezer Platt), 1817-1881; Burchard, S. D. (Samuel Dickinson), 1812-1891; Rockwell, J. E. (Joel Edson), 1816-1882; Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), 1812-1891; Lowry, Robert, 1826-1899; Hunt, Albert S. (Albert Sanford), 1827-1898; Adams, William, 1807-1880; Fox, Henry J; Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877; Bancroft, George, 1800-1891; Simpson, Matthew, 1811-1884 Subject: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865)

16            Record of the Life and Work of the Rev. Stephen Higginson Tyng, D.D. And History of St. George's Church, New York, to the Close of his Rectorship. Compiled by his Son Charles Rockland Tyng. (1890) (Author: Tyng, Charles Rockland, comp; St. George's Church (New York, N.Y.))

17            Sermons by Rev. Gregory Townsend Bedell, D.D. With a Biographical Sketch of the Author, by Stephen H. Tyng. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1835) (Author: Bedell, Gregory T. (Gregory Townsend), 1793-1834)

18            Sermons by Rev. Gregory Townsend Bedell, D.D. With a Biographical Sketch of the Author, by Stephen H. Tyng. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1835) (Author: Bedell, Gregory T. (Gregory Townsend), 1793-1834) (Containing Lectures on the Epistles to the Seven Churches of Asia.)

19            Sermons Preached in the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (1839)

20            Sermons by Rev. Ralph Erskine, A.M. Selected from the British Editions of 1777 and 1821. With a Preface, by the Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, D.D. Volume 1 (1863)

21            The Beloved Physician. A Discourse Addressed to Medical Students, Delivered in the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia, February 4, 1844. At the Request of the Medical Students' Temperance Society. (1844)

22            The Captive Orphan: Esther, the Queen of Persia. (1860)

23            The Christian's Own Book. Meditations Drawn from the Piety of Former Ages. With an Introductory Essay by Stephen H. Tyng, A.M., Rector of St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia. (1832)

24            The Church of the Covenant. A Memorial Volume by Dudley Atkins Tyng. (1858) (Author: Tyng, Dudley Atkins, 1825-1858 Subject: Church of the Covenant (Protestant Episcopal ; Philadelphia, Pa.))

25            The Four Gospels; Arranged as a Practical Family Commentary, for Every day in the Year. Edited, with an Introductory Preface, by Stephen H. Tyng, D.D., Rector of St. George's Church, in the City of New York. Illustrated with Twelve Highly Finished Steel Engravings. (1856)

26            The Israel of God. (1849)

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

28            The National Preacher, and the Prayer Meeting. Volume 39, No. 5, May, 1865. (1865) (Author: Gurley, P. D. (Phineas Densmore), 1816-1868. In memoriam of President Lincoln; Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887. National bereavement; Booth, Robert Russell, 1830-1905. Personal forgiveness and public justice; Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel Thayer), 1812-1891. Our national sorrow; Williams, William R., 1804-1885. God veiling Himself even when bringing salvation; Tyng, Stephen H. (Stephen Higginson), 1800-1885. Victory and reunion Subject: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865)

29            The Office and Duty of a Christian Pastor. By Stephen H. Tyng, D.D., Rector of St. George's Church in the City of New York. Published at the Request of the Students and Faculty of the School of Theology in the Boston University. (1874)

30            The Rich Kinsman. The History of Ruth the Moabitess. (1855)

31            Washington, an Exemplification of the Principles of Free Masonry: An Oration delivered in the Metropolitan Hall, in the City of New York, November 4, A. L. 5852, at the Centennial Commemoration of the Initiation of George Washington into the Order of Free and Accepted Masons. By Stephen H. Tyng, D.D. Together with an Account of the Proceedings. (1852) (Subject: Washington, George, 1732-1799)

 


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1               A Historical and Critical Essay on the Life and Character of Petrarca Francesco. (1810) (Author: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813; Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374)

2               Considerations on the Present Political State of India. Volume 1 (1816) (Subject: East India Company; India -- Politics and government 19th century)

3               Elements of General History, Ancient and Modern; to which are added a Table of Chronology, and a Comparative View of Ancient and Modern Geography. Complete in One Volume. (1827) (Author: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813; Nares, Edward, 1762-1841)

4               Elements of General History, Ancient and Modern; to which are added a Table of Chronology, and a Comparative View of Ancient and Modern Geography. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1831) (Author: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813; Nares, Edward, 1762-1841)

5               Elements of General History, Ancient and Modern; to which are added a Table of Chronology, and a Comparative View of Ancient and Modern Geography. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1807) (Author: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813; Nares, Edward, 1762-1841)

6               Elements of General History, Ancient and Modern; to which are added a Table of Chronology, and a Comparative View of Ancient and Modern Geography. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1807) (Author: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813; Nares, Edward, 1762-1841)

7               Essay on the Principles of Translation. (1813)

8               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Honorable Henry Home of Kames, One of the Senators of the College of Justice, and one of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary in Scotland: Containing Sketches of the Progress of Literature and General Improvement in Scotland during the Greater part of the Eighteenth Century. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1807)

9               Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Honorable Henry Home of Kames, One of the Senators of the College of Justice, and one of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary in Scotland: Containing Sketches of the Progress of Literature and General Improvement in Scotland during the Greater part of the Eighteenth Century. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1807)

10            Piscatory Ecologues, with other Poetical Miscellanies, by Phineas Fletcher. Illustrated with Notes, Critical and Explanatory. (1771) (Author: Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650; Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813)

11            Questions on Select Sections of Tytler’s Elements of History. (1832)

12            The Poems of Allan Ramsay: A New Edition, Corrected and Enlarged; with a Glossary. To which are Prefixed, A Life of the Author, from Authentic Documents: And Remarks on his Poems, from a Large view of their Merits. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1800) (Author: Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758; Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813. Remarks on the genius and writings of Allan Ramsay; Chalmers, George, 1742-1825. Life of Allan Ramsay) (The Life of Allan Ramsay was written by the editor, George Chalmers; the Remarks on the genius and writings of Allan Ramsay were written by Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee)

13            The Poems of Allan Ramsay: A New Edition, Corrected and Enlarged; with a Glossary. To which are Prefixed, A Life of the Author, from Authentic Documents: And Remarks on his Poems, from a Large view of their Merits. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1800) (Author: Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758; Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813. Remarks on the genius and writings of Allan Ramsay; Chalmers, George, 1742-1825. Life of Allan Ramsay) (The Life of Allan Ramsay was written by the editor, George Chalmers; the Remarks on the genius and writings of Allan Ramsay were written by Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee)

14            The Robbers: A Tragedy, from the German of Friedrich Schiller. (1792) (Author: Schiller, Friedrich, 1759-1805; Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813)

15            Travels in France, During the Years 1814-1815: Comprising a Residence at Paris. (1816) (Author: Archibald Alison , William Pulteney Alison, Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee, John Hope)

16            Universal History from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1839)

17            Universal History from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1839)

18            Universal History from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1839)

19            Universal History from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1839)

20            Universal History from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1839)

21            Universal History from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1839)

  


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1               An Account of the Life and Writings of Sir Thomas Craig of Riccarton: Including Biographical Sketches of the most Eminent Legal Characters, since the Institution of the Court of Session by James V till the Period of the Union of the Crowns. (1823)

2               England Under the Reigns of Edward VI and Mary I: With the Contemporary History of Europe. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839) (Subject: Great Britain -- History Edward VI, 1547-1553; Great Britain -- History Mary I, 1553-1558)

3               England Under the Reigns of Edward VI and Mary I: With the Contemporary History of Europe. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839) (Subject: Great Britain -- History Edward VI, 1547-1553; Great Britain -- History Mary I, 1553-1558)

4               Historical Notes on the Lennox or Darnley Jewel; the Property of the Queen. (1843)

5               Historical view of the Progress of Discovery on the more Northern Coasts of America: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. (1839) (Author: Tytler, Patrick Fraser, 1791-1849; Wilson, James, 1795-1856; Biddle, Richard, 1796-1847. A memoir of Sebastian Cabot
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Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557)

6               Life of James Crichton of Cluny: Commonly Called the Admirable Crichton. With an Appendix of Original Papers. (1819)

7               Life of King Henry VIII, Founded on Authentic and Original Documents, (some of them not before Published;) Including a Historical view of his Reign; With Biographical Sketches of Wolsey, More, Erasmus, Cromwell, Cranmer, and other Eminent Contemporaries. (1837)

8               Life of Sir Walter Raleigh: Founded on Authentic and Original Documents, some of them Never before Published. Including a view of the most Important Transactions in the Reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. Sketches of Burleigh, Essex, Secretary Cecil, Sidney, Spencer, and other Eminent Contemporaries. With a Vindication of his Character from the Attacks of Hume and other Writers. (1844) (Subject: Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618)

9               Lives of Scottish Worthies. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (Alexander III. Michael Scott. Sir William Wallace. Robert Bruce, pt.1) (1831)

10            Lives of Scottish Worthies. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (v.2. Robert Bruce, pt.2. John Barbour. Andrew Wynton. John De Fordun. James I) (1831)

11            Lives of Scottish Worthies. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (v.3. James I [pt. 2]. Robert Henryson. William Dunbar. Gavin Douglas. Sir David Lindsay. Antiquarian illustrations) (1831)

12            Memoir of the War Carried on Scotland and Ireland, 1689-1691: With an Appendix of Original Papers. (1833) (Author: Mackay, Hugh, 1640?-1692; Hog, James Maitland; Tytler, Patrick Fraser, 1791-1849; Urquhart, Adam)

13            Memorable Wars of Scotland. (1896)

14            Notes on some New and Interesting Butterflies from Manipur and the Naga Hills.

15            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 1 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

16            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 2 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

17            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 3 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

18            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 4 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

19            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 5 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

20            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 6 (1837) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

21            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 7 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

22            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 8 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

23            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 9 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

24            The History of Scotland from the Accession of Alexander III to the Union. In Ten Volumes. Volume 10 (1866) (Subject: Scotland -- History War of Independence, 1285-1371; Scotland -- History Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707)

25            The Life of John Wickliff: With an Appendix and List of his Works. (1826)

26            The Northern Coasts of America and the Hudson’s Bay Territories: A Narrative of Discovery and Adventure. (1853) (Author: Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael), 1825-1894; Tytler, Patrick Fraser, 1791-1849) (Notes: Chapters 1-4 (p. [1]-255) are a reprint of the corresponding chapters of P.F. Tytler's "Historical view of the progress of discovery on the more northern coasts of America." The remaining chapters ("Recent discoveries," 1833-1847) are by R.M. Ballantyne.)

27            The Portrait of a Christian Gentleman: A Memoir of Patrick Fraser Tytler, Author of the “History of Scotland.” (1859)

 


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