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Reformed Beliefs U continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including works by James Ussher, as well as works by unknown authors. Included also are works regarding the United Secession Church, the United Presbtyterian Church in the USA, and the United Presbyterian Church of Scotland.


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1               Annals and Statistics of the Original Secession Church: Till its Disruption and Union with the Free          Church of Scotland in 1852. Chiefly Compiled from Official Records. By the Rev. David Scott,               F.S.A. Sc, Minister of Free Church, Saltcoats. (1886) (Author: Scott, David, 1834-1897 Subject:          Secession Church of Scotland; Free Church of Scotland)

2               Annals of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, from the Final Secession in 1739, to                the Origin of the Relief in 1752: With an Appendix of Biographical Sketches, Illustrative          Documents, and Notes. (1838) (Author: Morren, N. (Nathaniel), 1798-1847; Church of Scotland.       General Assembly Subject: Church of Scotland; Church of Scotland; Associate Presbytery        (Scotland : 1733-1744))

3               Historical Sketch of the Origin of the Secession Church. By the Rev. Andrew Thompson, 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. History of the rise of the Relief Church)

4               History of the Secession Church By the Rev. John M'Kerrow, Bridge of Teith. In Two Volumes.    Volume 1 (1839) (Author: McKerrow, John, 1789-1867)

5               History of the Secession Church By the Rev. John M'Kerrow, Bridge of Teith. In Two Volumes.    Volume 2 (1839) (Author: McKerrow, John, 1789-1867)

6               John Knox: Appreciations by United Original Seceders. Addresses Delivered at the Meeting of                  Synod held in Edinburgh on the 18th of May, 1905. (1905) (Author: United Original Secession       Church, Scotland)

7               Testimony of the United Associate Synod of the Secession Church. In Two Parts, Historical and                Doctrinal. Second Edition. (1828)

8               The Late Secession from the Church of Scotland. By the Rev. James Macfarlane, A.M., Minister of           Duddingstone. (1846) (Author: Macfarlane, James, 1808-1866)

9               The Life and Diary of the Reverend Ebenezer Erskine, A.M., of Stirling, Father of the Secession                    Church. To which is Prefixed, a Memoir of his Father, the Rev. Henry Erskine, A.M., of Chirnside.           By Donald Fraser, Minister of the United Associate Congregation, Kennoway, Fifeshire. (1831)                 (Author: Fraser, Donald, 1773-1841. [from old catalog] Subject: Erskine, Ebenezer, 1680-1754.         [from old catalog]; Erskine, Henry, 1624-1696.)

10            The Scottish Secession of 1843: Being an Examination of the Principles, and Narrative of the   Contest, which led to that Remarkable Event. By the Rev. Alexander Turner, Minister of Port of     Menteith. (1859) (Author: Turner, Alexander, of Port of Menteith)

 



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1               Annals and Statistics of the United Presbyterian Church. By the Late Rev. William Mackelvie, D.D., Balgedie, Kincross-Shire. Edinburgh. Issued under the Superintendence of a Committee of the United Presbyterian Synod. (1873) (Author: Mackelvie, William, 1800-1863; Blair, William, 1830-1916; Young, David)

2               Freemasonry and Kindred orders Self-Condemned; or, Reasons why their Members cannot be Fellowshipped by the United Presbyterian Church. By Rev. John Wallace Bain, New Castle, Pennsylvania. (1872) (Author: Bain, John Wallace, 1833-1910 Subject: Freemasons; Secret societies)

3               History of the Congregations of the United Presbyterian Church from 1733 to 1900. By Rev. Robert Small, D.D., Edinburgh. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1904) (Author: Small, Robert)

4               History of the Congregations of the United Presbyterian Church from 1733 to 1900. By Rev. Robert Small, D.D., Edinburgh. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1904) (Author: Small, Robert)

5               Lives of Ebenezer Erskine, William Wilson, and Thomas Gillespie, Fathers of the United Presbyterian Church. By the Revs. James Harper, D.D., John Eadie, LL.D., and William Lindsay, D.D., Professors of Theology to the United Presbyterian Church. (1849) (Author: Harper, James, 1795-1879; Eadie, John, 1810-1876; Lindsay, William, 1802-1866 Subject: Erskine, Ebenezer, 1680-1754; Wilson, William, 1690-1741; Gillespie, Thomas, 1708-1774; United Presbyterian Church (Scotland))

6               Presbyterian Forms of Service. Issued by The Devotional Service Association in Connection with the United Presbyterian Church. Edinburgh. (1891) (Author: United Presbyterian Church (Scotland))

7               The Presbyterian Hymnal. Compiled by a Committee of the Synod of the United Presbyterian Church. With Additional Scripture Sentences and Notes. Published by Authority. Edinburgh. (1877) (Author: United Presbyterian Church (Scotland))

8               The Soul of a Scottish Church; or, The Contribution of the United Presbyterian Church to Scottish Life and Religion. By Rev. David Woodside, B.D., Glasgow. (1917) (Author: Woodside, David Subject: United Free Church of Scotland)

9               The Testimony of the United Presbyterian Church of North America. Associate and Associate Reformed Churches United. (1858)

10            United Presbyterianism. By William James Reid, Pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Second Edition. (1883)

 



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1               Sermons Against Popery, Preached at Salter's-Hall, in the Year 1735. By Several Ministers. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1735) (Author: Barker, John, 1682-1762; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Smyth, George; Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Hughes, Obadiah, 1695-1751; Hunt, Jeremiah, 1678-1744; Bayes, Joshua, 1671-1746; Burroughs, Joseph, 1685-1761; Newman, John, 1677-1741; Earle, Jabez, 1676-1768; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758; Leavesly, Thomas) (Vol. 1. Popery the great corruption of Christianity / John Barker. -- The Notes of the Church considered / Samuel Chandler. -- A second treatise on the Notes of the Church / Samuel Chandler. -- The supremacy of St. Peter and the Bishops of Rome his successors / Daniel Neal. -- The Church of Rome's claim of authority and infallibility examined / George Smith. -- Scripture and tradition considered / Samuel Wright. -- A discourse concerning transubstantiation / W. Harris. -- A second discourse concerning transubstantiation / W. Harris. -- The veneration of saints and images, as taught and practiced in the Church of Rome, examined / O. Hughes.)

2               Sermons Against Popery, Preached at Salter's-Hall, in the Year 1735. By Several Ministers. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1735) ((Author: Barker, John, 1682-1762; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766; Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743; Smyth, George; Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Harris, William, 1675-1740; Hughes, Obadiah, 1695-1751; Hunt, Jeremiah, 1678-1744; Bayes, Joshua, 1671-1746; Burroughs, Joseph, 1685-1761; Newman, John, 1677-1741; Earle, Jabez, 1676-1768; Lowman, Moses, 1680-1752; Grosvenor, B. (Benjamin), 1676-1758; Leavesly, Thomas)) (Vol. 2. A dissertation on 2 Thess. II. 1 ... -- The sources of corrupting both natural and revealed religion, exemplified in the Romish doctrine of penance and pilgrimages / Jeremiah Hunt. -- The Church of Rome's doctrine and practice with relation to the worship of God in an unknown tongue examined / Joshua Bayes. -- The popish doctrine of auricular confession and priestly absolution considered / Joseph Burroughs. -- The popish doctrine of merit and justification considered / John Newman. -- The popish doctrine of purgatory repugnant to the Scripture account of remission through the blood of Christ / J. Earle. -- The principles of popery schismatical / Moses Lowman. -- Persecution and Cruelty in the principles, practices, and spirit of the Romish Church / B. Grosvenor. -- The reasons and necessity of the Reformation.)

3               The Militant Christian; or, The Good Soldier of Jesus Christ (1816)

4               Views in Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1827) (1824-1827.) (I. Proofs that the Common                  Doctrine respecting Human Depravity exhibits it as a Physical Attribute: With a view of the                  Scriptural Doctrine relative to the Nature and Character of Man. II. The Desires of the Deity in                 regard to the Conduct of Mankind. III. President Edwards' Doctrine of Original Sin, the Doctrine           of Physical Depravity. IV. The Doctrines of the Princeton Theological Seminary respecting Creeds       and Confessions.)

5               Views in Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1833) (From November 1829, to May 1831.) (V.                  Dr. Spring's Doctrine of Regeneration--The Christian Advocate's Doctrine of Depravity--Professor      Fitch's Discourses and Reply on the Nature of Sin--The Doctrine that God is the only Efficient    Cause--Dr. Taylor's Sermon on the Nature and Cause of Sin. VI. Dr. Dwight's Views of the Cause       of Sin--The Christian Spectator's Review on the Means of Regeneration. VII. The Biblical                   Repertory's Review on the Calvinistic Doctrine of Depravity--Considerations on the methods of              conducting Benevolent Undertakings--Rev. E. R. Tyler's Sermon on the Preferableness of     Holiness to Sin. VIII. The Christian Spectator's Review of Bellamy on the Permission of Sin--The                 Christian Spectator's Review of Dr. Wood's Letters.)

6               Views in Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1833) (From November 1831, to May 1833.) (IX.                The Murray-Street Discourses--Characteristics of the Theoretical and Controversial "Plan" to        which "Sin is necessarily incidental"--Jeremiah Evarts. X. Mr. Coleridge's Metaphysics--The      Christian Spectator's Review of Dr. Fisk--A Letter to Rev. Joel Hawes, D.D. on Dr. Taylor's         Theological Views. XI. The Holy Spirit's Regenerating Influences--The Doctrines of Physical and         Voluntary Depravity--Differences of Obedient Acts in Excellence. XII. Truths through which the                 Spirit Convicts and Sanctifies--Theological Controversy--The Christian Spectator on the      Permission of Evil.)

7               Views in Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1835) (From November 1831, to May 1833.)       (XIII. The Fundamental Principle of Pelagianism and Arminianism--Dr. Griffin's Views of Divine             Efficiency and Self-Determination. XIV. Sir James Mackintosh's View of the Progress of Ethical                   Philosophy--Horae Metaphysicae. No. 1.--The Ground of the continued Being of created       Existences--Professor McClelland's Discourses on Spiritual Renovation connected with the use of                    means. XV. Horae Metaphysicae. No. 2.--The dependence of the mind on excitement from        without for the commencement of its activity--Dr. Wardlaw's Lectures on Christian Ethics--A                   Letter to the Rev. Noah Porter, D.D. on the statements of the Christian Spectator in reference to                   Dr. Bellamy's Doctrines. XVI. A Letter to the Corporation of Yale College, on the Doctrines of the             Theological Professors in that Institution--The Statement and Remarks of the Professors in the               Theological Department of Yale College.)

 


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1               A Body of Divinity: or, The Sum and Substance of the Christian Religion. Catechistically                 propounded and Explained by way of Question and Answer. Methodically and familiarly        handled, for the Use of Families. To which are adjoined a Tract, Entitled, "Immanuel: or, The   Mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God." By the most Reverend James Ussher, Late Arch-              Bishop of Armagh. To which are added, the Life of the Author, containing many remarkable                   passages: His Model of Church Government, and Advices to Young Ministers. With an                   Alphabetical Table. And likewise the Principles of Christian Religion in short, for the use of                   Younger People. The Eighth Edition, carefully corrected from very many Errors in former              Editions. (1702)

2               A Body of Divinity: or, The Sum and Substance of Christian Religion. Collected and Arranged by                 James Ussher, D.D., Archbishop of Armagh. A New Edition, Reduced from the Original Form of          Question and Answer, by Hastings Robinson, D.D., Rector of Great Warley. (1841)

3               Annals of the World by Rev. James Ussher. London, Printed by E. Tyler, for F. Crook, and G.         Bedell, 1658. (1658)

4               The Life and Times of James Ussher Archbishop of Armagh. By J. A. Carr, LL.D., Vicar of                   Whitechurch, Dublin; Canon of Christ Church Cathedral. (1895) (Author: Carr, James Anderson)

5               The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 1 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Life of Archbishop Ussher.                   II. Appendices. 1. Genealogy of the Family of Ussher. 2. An Account of the Commencement held    on the 18th of August, 1614. 3. A Brief Declaration of certain Principal Articles of Religion. 4.   Articles of Religion, agreed upon by the Archbishops and Bishops and the rest of the Clergy of   Ireland, in the Convocation held at Dublin in the Year of Our Lord God 1615, for the Avoiding of                   Diversities of Opinions, and the Establishing of Consent Touching True Religion. 5. A Certificate               of the State and Revenues of the Bishopric of Meath and Clonemackenosh. 6. A Historical     Narration of the Controversy betwixt the Archbishops of Ardmagh and Dublin, Touching the     Primacy: Which Ended in the First Year of Queen Mary's Reign. 7. A Vindication of the Opinions            and Actions of the Lord Primate Ussher in Reference to the Doctrine and Discipline of the                   Church of England, and his Conformity thereunto.)

6               The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Late Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin, and Rector of             Armagh. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 2 (1864) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-       1850) (I. De Christianarum Ecclesiarum successione statu Historica Explicatio. II. A Sermon                   Preached before the Commons House of Parliament, February 18th, 1620. III. A Speech              delivered in the Castle Chamber, Dublin, November 22nd, 1622, concerning the Oath of                   Supremacy. IV. A Sermon Preached before the King's Majesty, June 20th, 1624, on the                   Universality of the Church of Christ.)

7               The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 3 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. An Answer to a Challenge made by a Jesuit in Ireland. Wherein the Judgment of Antiquity in the Points Questioned, is Truly        Delivered, and the Novelty of the now Romish Doctrine Plainly Discovered.)

8               The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 4 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Gotteschalci et       Praedestinatianae Controversiae ab eo motae Historia una cum duplice ejusdem confessione        nune primum in lucem edita. II. A Discourse of the Religion anciently professed by the Irish and              British. III. Veterum Epistolarum Hiberniearum Sylloge. IV. Immanuel, or, the Mystery of the        Incarnation of the Son of God.)

9               The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 5 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Britannicarum Ecclesiarum                Antiquitates, quibus inserta pestiferae adversus Dei Gratiam a Pelagio Britanno in Ecclesiam    Inductae Haereseos Historia.)

10            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 6 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Britannicarum Ecclesiarum                Antiquitates, quibus inserta pestiferae adversus Dei Gratiam a Pelagio Britanno in Ecclesiam    Inductae Haereseos Historia.)

11            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 7 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. A Geographical and                Historical Disquisition, touching the Asia properly so called. II. The Original of Bishops and        Metropolitans briefly laid down. III. The Judgment of Doctor Rainoldes, touching the Original of              Episcopacy, more largely confirmed out of Antiquity. IV. Dissertatio non de Ignatii solum et              Polycarpi Scriptis, sed etiam de Apostolicius Constitutionibus et Canonibus Clementi Romano                   attributis. V. Praefationes in Ignatium. VI. De Romanae Ecclesiae Symbolo vetere aliisque Fidei             Formulis tum ab Occidentalibus tum ab Orientalibus in prima Catechesi et Baptismo proponi   solitis. VII. De Macedonum et Asianorum Anno Solari Dissertatio. VIII. De Graeca Septuaginta                   Interpretum Versione Syyntagma, cum Libri Estberae editione Origenica et vetere Graeca altera.         IX. Epistola ad Ludovieum Capellum de variantibus Texus Hebraei Lectionibus. X. Epistola                   Gulielmi Eyre ad Usserium.)

12            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 8 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Annales Veteris Testamenti,             a Prima Mundi Origine Deducti, una cum Rerum Asiaticarum et AEgyptiacarum Chronico, a          Temporis Historici Principio usque ad Maccabaicorum initia Producto.)

13            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 9 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Annales Veteris Testamenti,             a Prima Mundi Origine Deducti, una cum Rerum Asiaticarum et AEgyptiacarum Chronico, a          Temporis Historici Principio usque ad Maccabaicorum initia Producto.)

14            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 10 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Annales Veteris      Testamenti, a Prima Mundi Origine Deducti, una cum Rerum Asiaticarum et AEgyptiacarum                   Chronico, a Temporis Historici Principio usque ad Maccabaicorum initia Producto.)

15            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 11 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Annales Veteris      Testamenti, AEtas septima. II. The Principles of Christian Religion. III. The Method of the                   Doctrine of Christian Religion. IV. The Power communicated by God to the Prince, and the         Obedience required of the Subject. V. The original and first Institution of Corbes, Herenaches           and Termon Lands. VI. The first Establishment of the English Laws and Parliaments in the          Kingdom of Ireland. VII. A Discourse, showing when and how far the Imperial Laws were                  received by the old Irish and the Inhabitants of Great Britain. VIII. Chronologia sacra.)

16            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 12 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Chronologia sacra. II.            Historia Dogmatica Controversiae inter Orthodoxos et Pontificios de Scripturis et Sacris    Vernaculis. III. Dissertatio de Psuedo-Dionysii scriptis. IV. Dissertatio de epistola ad Laodicenses.      V. The Reduction of Episcopacy into the Form of Synodical Government received in the ancient                  Church. VI. The Judgment of the Archbishop of Armagh, what is understood by Babylon in           Revelation Chapter 17 and 18. VII. The Judgment of the Archbishop of Armagh, what is meant by   the Beast that was, and is not, and yet is. VIII. The Judgment of the Archbishop of Armagh of the       Time, Intent, and Extent of Christ's Death and Satisfaction upon the Cross. IX. An Answer to      some Exceptions taken against his aforesaid Letter. X. A Letter to Dr. Twiss concerning the                Sabbath. XI. Part of a Letter to Mr. Ley of the Sabbath. XII. Part of a Letter in Answer to Dr.                   Heylin's History of the Sabbath.)

17            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 13 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Twenty Sermons on                Various Texts. II. A Sermon Preached before the King. III. The Right of Primogeniture. In a         Sermon Preached before the King. IV. Fifteen Sermons Never before Published.)

18            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 14 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Tractus de Controversiis    Pontificiis. II. Praelectiones Theologicae.)

19            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 15 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850)  (I. Letters to and from               Archbishop Ussher. Some Never before Published. Letters 1 -198.)

20            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin. In Sixteen Volumes.          Volume 16 (1847) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-1850) (I. Letters to and from                Archbishop Ussher. Some Never before Published. Letters 199 -461.)

21            The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate            of All Ireland. With a Life of the Author, and an Account of his Writings. By Charles Richard         Elrington, D.D., Late Regis Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin, and Rector of             Armagh. In Seventeen Volumes. Volume 17 (1864) (Author: Elrington, Charles Richard, 1787-     1850) (I. Advertisement. II. The Cause of the Continuance of Contentions concerning Church           Government. III. Notes of Three Sermons. IV. Indexes. 1. Index of Names and Subjects. 2. Index                of Passages of Scripture which are the subjects of Sermons. 3. Index of Passages of Scripture           Cited, Illustrated, or Explained. 4. Index of Authors and Works Cited.)

 


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