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Reformed Beliefs W continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including such genres as Congregationalist, Presbyterian, Dutch Reformed, French Reformed, Puritans, Anglican, and German Reformed, and including such writers as William of Orange, B. B. Warfield, Noah Webster, George Whitefield, and John Witherspoon, and a categories entitled, "Women in the Church," and "Westminster Assembly (1643-1652)."


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1               Memoir of the Rev. James Waddel, D. D. By James Waddel Alexander, D.D. (1880) (Author:     Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859 Subject: Waddel, James, 1739-1805)

 

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1               Memoirs of the Life of Miss Caroline Elizabeth Smelt, Who Died on the 21st of September, 1817,            in the City of Augusta, Georgia, in the 17th Year of her Age. Compiled from Authentic Papers            Furnished by her Friends, and Published at their Request. By Moses Waddel, D.D., Pastor         of the United Churches of Willington and Hopewell, in the District of Abbeville, South Carolina.          (1818) (Subject: Smelt, Caroline Elizabeth, 1800-1817)

2               Memoirs of the Life of Miss Caroline Elizabeth Smelt. By Moses Waddel, D.D., Pastor of the       United Churches of Willington and Hopewell, in the District of Abbeville, South Carolina. (1836)        (Subject: Smelt, Caroline Elizabeth, 1800-1817)

3               Memorials of Academic Life: Being a Historical Sketch of the Waddel Family, Identified Through Three Generations  with the History of the Higher Education in the South and Southwest, by John N. Waddel, D. D., LL. D., Ex-Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, and of the Southwestern Presbyterian University. (1891) (Author: Waddel, John N. (John Newton), 1812-1895 Subject: Waddel, Moses, 1770-1840; Waddel, William Henry; Waddel, John N. (John Newton), 1812-1895)

 


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1               Congregational History. By John Waddington, D.D. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1869) (1200-      1567 English Congregationalism.)

2               Congregational History. By John Waddington, D.D. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1874) (1567-      1700, in Relation to Contemporaneous Events, and the Conflict for Freedom, Purity, and               Independence.)

3               Congregational History. By John Waddington, D.D. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1876) (1700-      1800 In Relation to Contemporaneous Events, Education, the Eclipse of Faith, Revivals, and             Christian Missions.)

4               Congregational History. By John Waddington, D.D. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1878)    (Continuation to 1850 With Special Reference to the Rise, Growth, and Influence of Institutions,     Representative Men, and the Inner Life of the Churches.)

5               Congregational History. By John Waddington, D.D. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1880) (1850-      1880 Fifth Volume in the Series, Completing the Work.)

6               John Penry; His Life, Times, and Writings. By William Pierce. (1923) (Author: Pierce, William
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Penry, John, 1559-1593; Marprelate controversy)

7               John Penry, the Pilgrim Martyr, 1559-1593. By John Waddington. (1854)

 


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1               A Sermon Suggested by the Death of Daniel Webster, Delivered by the Rev. Charles Wadsworth, in the Arch Street Presbyterian Church, Pennsylvania, on Sunday Evening, October 31, 1853. (1854)

2               Sermons. By Charles Wadsworth, Minister of Calvary Church, San Francisco. (1869)

3               Sermons. By Rev. Charles Wadsworth, D.D., Philadelphia. (1884)

4               Thanksgiving. A Sermon Preached in the Arch Street Presbyterian Church, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, November 28, 1861. (1861)

5               War a Discipline. A Sermon Preached in the Calvary Church, San Francisco, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1864. (1864)



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1               Relations and Observations, Historical and Politic, upon the Parliament begun Anno Dom. 1640. Divided into Two Books: I. The Mystery of the Two Juntoes, Presbyterian and Independent. II. The History of Independency, Etc. Together with an Appendix, touching the proceedings of the Independent Faction in Scotland. (1648)

2               The High Court of Justice; or, Cromwell's New Slaughter House in England with the Authority that constituted and ordained it. Arraigned, Convicted, and Condemned. For Usurpation, Treason, Tyranny, Theft, and Murder. Being the Third part of the History of Independency, written by the same Author. (1651)

 


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1               Memoir and Sermons of the Rev. William Duval, City Missionary, Richmond. (1854) (Subject:             Duval, William, 1822-1850)

2               Memoir of Rev. Charles Wesley Andrews, D. D. (1877) (Subject: Andrews, C. W. (Charles        Wesley), 1807-1875)

3               Outlines of Christian Theology. (1894)

4               Sorrowing not without Hope, for those Sleeping in Jesus. (1887)

5               The Life and Correspondence of Rev. William Sparrow, D.D. Late Professor of Systematic Divinity           and Evidences, in the Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia. By Rev. Cornelius Walker, D.D.,     Professor of Church History and Canon Law. (1876) (Subject: Sparrow, William, 1801-1874)

 


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1               A Model of the Government of the Church under the Gospel, by Presbyters, Proved out of the Holy Scriptures, to be that One, Only Uniform Government of the Universal Visible Church, and of all National, Provincial, Classical, and Congregational Churches: Which is According to the Will and Appointment of Jesus Christ. Which may serve to Stay such as are Doubting, with Hope of Full Satisfaction, and Clear Demonstration of this Truth, Shortly to be made by the Reverend Assembly of Divines. Composed by a Presbyterian Minister of the City of London, and approved by Divers of his learned Brethren, and at their request Published. (1646)

2               A Vindication of Presbyterial-Government and Ministry: And an Exhortation, to All the Ministers, Elders, and People, within the Bounds of the Province of London, Whether Joining with us or Separating from Us. Published, by the Ministers, and Elders, met together in a Provincial Assembly, November 2nd, 1649. Wherein, amongst other things, these ensuing particulars are contained; 1. That there is a Church-Government by Divine Right. 2. That the Magistrate, is not the Fountain of Church-Government. 3. That the Presbyterial-Government, is by Divine Right. 4. The Inconveniencies of the Congregational-way. 5. That the Ruling-Elder is by Divine Right. 6. That it is the will of Jesus Christ, that all sorts of persons should give an account of their Faith, to the Minister, and Elders, before admission to the Lord's Supper; together with Answers, to the usual Objections made against it. 7. Directions to the Elders for the right managing of their Office. 8. Directions to such as are admitted to the Lord's Supper, for the right Sanctifying of God's Name, in that Ordinance, and for their Carriage one towards another. 9. Rules to Preserve People, from the Errors of these Times. 10. That Separation from our Churches, is justly charged with schism. 11. That Ministers formerly Ordained by Bishops, need no new Ordination. 12. The Necessity and usefulness of Catechizing. (1650) (Author: Walker, George, 1581?-1651; Adger, John B. (John Bailey), 1810-1899; Provincial Assembly of London Subject: Presbyterianism; Church polity; Puritans)

3               God made Visible in His Works; or, A Treatise of the External Works of God. First, in General, out of the Words of the Psalmist, Psalm 135:6. Secondly, in Particular of the Creation, out of the Words of Moses, Genesis Chapters 1 and 2. Thirdly, of God's actual Providence. By George Walker, B.D., Pastor of St. John Evangelist's Church in London. (1641)

4               The Doctrine of the Weekly Sabbath: Wherein is Discovered the True Ground, and the time of the first Institution; the nature of the Law binding man to keep and sanctify it, and the necessity as of the observation of it on the Seventh and last Day of the week in the Time of the Old Testament; so of the removing of it to the First Day now under the Gospel. Also besides the Special Duties Necessarily required for the due Sanctification thereof, these Two profitable Points are Proved by demonstrations out of God's Word. First, That the Lord Christ, God and Man, is the Lord of the Sabbath, on whom the Sabbath was First Founded, and by whom it was changed from the Last to the First Day of the Week; and is on that Day unchangeably to be kept by all True Christians, until they come to the Eternal Rest in Heaven, after the General Resurrection. Secondly, That the Faithful under the Gospel are as necessarily bound to keep the weekly Sabbath of the Lord's Day, by virtue of the Fourth Commandment, as the Fathers under the Law were bound to keep the Seventh Day. Delivered in divers Sermons by George Walker, B.D., Pastor of St. John Evangelist's Church in London. (1641)

 


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1               The Theology and Theologians of Scotland Chiefly of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Being one of the "Cunningham Lectures." By James Walker, D.D., Carnwath. Second Edition, Revised. (1888)

 


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1               Dr. John Walker and The Sufferings of the Clergy. By G. B. Tatham, M.A., Fellow of Trinity               College, Cambridge. (1911) (The Prince Consort Prize, 1910.) (The genesis of the work.--            Contemporary criticism.--Walker as an historian.--Appendix: I. Calendar of the Walker collection          of mss. in the Bodleian library. II. Two letters from John Walker. III. A list of the principal printed            authorities cited by Walker in part I of the Sufferings of the clergy.)

2               The Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England during the Great Rebellion. By the Rev.      John Walker, M.A., Rector of St. Mary Major, Exeter, and sometime Fellow of Exeter College,        Oxford. Carefully Abridged by the Rev. Robert Whittaker, M.A., Incumbent of Leesfield, near    Manchester. (1863)

 


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

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

3               Six Saints of the Covenant – Peden: Semple: Welwood: Cameron: Cargill: Smith. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1901) (Author: Walker, Patrick, 1666?-1745?; Fleming, David Hay, 1849-1931
Subject:
Semple, John, d. 1677?; Welwood, John, 1649?-1679; Cameron, Richard, 1655?-1680; Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681; Smith, Walter, Mr.; Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686) (v. 1. Foreword. Introduction. Some remarkable passages of the life and death of Mr. Alexander Peden. 3d. ed. Edinburgh, 1728. Some remarkable passages of the life and death of Mr. John Semple, Mr. John Welwood, Mr. Richard Cameron. Edinburgh, 1727.)

4               Six Saints of the Covenant – Peden: Semple: Welwood: Cameron: Cargill: Smith. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1901) (Author: Walker, Patrick, 1666?-1745?; Fleming, David Hay, 1849-1931
Subject:
Semple, John, d. 1677?; Welwood, John, 1649?-1679; Cameron, Richard, 1655?-1680; Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681; Smith, Walter, Mr.; Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686) (v. 2. Some remarkable passages in the life and death of Mr. Daniel Cargill and Mr. Walter Smith. Edinburgh, 1732. Notes. Illustrative documents. List of the editions of Patrick Walker's works examined for this reprint. (Vol. II, p. 237-240) Glossary.)

5               Some Remarkable Passages of the Life and Death of Mr. Alexander Peden, Late Minister of the Gospel, in Galloway. (1815) (Subject: Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686; Semple, John, d. 1677?; Welwood, John, 1649?-1679; Cameron, Richard, 1655?-1680; Welch, John, 1568?-1622; Bruce, Robert, 1554-1631; Robert, I, King of Scotland, 1274-1329) (Includes also the lives of John Semple, James Welwood, Richard Cameron, John Welsh and Robert Bruce. Preface signed: P.W.; at end of account of the life of Alexander Peden, signed Patrick Walker. Included are sketches of the life and work of a number of other ministers of that day; paged consecutively. "Some remarkable passages of the life and death of Mr. Robert Bruce":p. [275]-276.)

 


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1               Sermons on Practical Subjects. By Robert Walker, Late one of the Ministers of the High Church                of Edinburgh. To which is Prefixed, a Character of the Author, by Hugh Blair, D.D. The Fifth        Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1785) (Author: Walker, Robert, 1716-1783; Blair, Hugh,             1718-1800)

1               Sermons on Practical Subjects. By Robert Walker, Late one of the Ministers of the High Church                of Edinburgh. To which is Prefixed, a Character of the Author, by Hugh Blair, D.D. A New Edition.            In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1796) (Author: Walker, Robert, 1716-1783; Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800)

2               Sermons on Practical Subjects. By Robert Walker, Late one of the Ministers of the High Church                of Edinburgh. To which is Prefixed, a Character of the Author, by Hugh Blair, D.D. The Fifth        Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1785) (Author: Walker, Robert, 1716-1783; Blair, Hugh,             1718-1800)

3               Sermons on Practical Subjects. By Robert Walker, Late one of the Ministers of the High Church                of Edinburgh. To which is Prefixed, a Character of the Author, by Hugh Blair, D.D. A New Edition.            In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1785) (Author: Walker, Robert, 1716-1783; Blair, Hugh,             1718-   1800)

3               Sermons on Practical Subjects. By Robert Walker, Late one of the Ministers of the High Church                of Edinburgh. To which is Prefixed, a Character of the Author, by Hugh Blair, D.D. A New Edition.            In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1796) (Author: Walker, Robert, 1716-1783; Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800)

4               Sermons on Practical Subjects. By Robert Walker, Late one of the Ministers of the High Church                of Edinburgh. To which is Prefixed, a Character of the Author, by Hugh Blair, D.D. Second Edition.          In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1799) (Author: Walker, Robert, 1716-1783; Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800)

 


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1               A Short Instruction and Examination for the Lord's Supper. By Samuel Walker, A.B., formerly of                 Exeter College, Oxford; and Curate of Truro, in Cornwall; Who Died in the Year 1761. A New      Edition. (1850)

2               Christ the Purifier. Ten Discourses upon the Sanctification of Believers, through the Love and                   Grace of Jesus Christ. (1794)

3               Fifty-Two Sermons on the Baptismal Covenant, the Creed, the Ten Commandments, and other                Important Subjects of Practical Religion. Being One for Each Sunday in the Year. By Samuel                   Walker, A.B., formerly of Exeter College, Oxford, and Curate of Truro in Cornwall. To which is    Prefixed, a Preface, Containing a full and Authentic Account of the Author's Life and Ministry. A        New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1789)

4               Fifty-Two Sermons on the Baptismal Covenant, the Creed, the Ten Commandments, and other                Important Subjects of Practical Religion. Being One for Each Sunday in the Year. By Samuel                   Walker, A.B., formerly of Exeter College, Oxford, and Curate of Truro in Cornwall, Etc., Etc.          New Edition; Corrected and Revised by the Rev. Samuel Burder, M.A., of Clare-Hall, Cambridge;         and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Duke of Kent. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1810)

5               The Christian: Being a Course of Practical Sermons. Twelfth Edition. Edited by Thomas Greene,                of Chichester. (1879)

6               The Christian Armor: In Ten Sermons. By the Late Rev. Samuel Walker, B.A., Curate of Truro, in                  Cornwall, and formerly of Exeter College, Oxford; Now Republished (By Permission), by Thomas   Greene, of Chichester. With a Brief Memoir of the Author. (1878)

7               The Life, Ministry, and Selections from the Remains, of the Rev. Samuel Walker, B.A.. formerly of            Truro, Cornwall; By the Rev. Edwin Sidney, A.M. (1835)

 


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1               The History of Infant-Baptism. By William Wall, M.A., Vicar of Shoreham, Kent, and Milton next Gravesend. Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, And Dr. Wall's Defense. Second Edition, by the Rev. Henry Cotton, D.L.C., Late Student of Christ Church. In Four Volumes. Vol. 1 (1844) (Author: Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8; Gale, John, 1680-1721. Reflections on Mr. Wall's History of infant baptism; Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8. A Defense of the History of infant baptism against the Reflections of Mr. Gale and others; Cotton, Henry, 1789-1879, )

2               The History of Infant-Baptism. By William Wall, M.A., Vicar of Shoreham, Kent, and Milton next Gravesend. Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, And Dr. Wall's Defense. Second Edition, by the Rev. Henry Cotton, D.L.C., Late Student of Christ Church. In Four Volumes. Vol. 2 (1844) (Author: Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8; Gale, John, 1680-1721. Reflections on Mr. Wall's History of infant baptism; Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8. A Defense of the History of infant baptism against the Reflections of Mr. Gale and others; Cotton, Henry, 1789-1879, )

3               The History of Infant-Baptism. By William Wall, M.A., Vicar of Shoreham, Kent, and Milton next Gravesend. Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, And Dr. Wall's Defense. Second Edition, by the Rev. Henry Cotton, D.L.C., Late Student of Christ Church. In Four Volumes. Vol. 3 (1844) (Author: Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8; Gale, John, 1680-1721. Reflections on Mr. Wall's History of infant baptism; Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8. A Defense of the History of infant baptism against the Reflections of Mr. Gale and others; Cotton, Henry, 1789-1879, )

4               The History of Infant-Baptism. By William Wall, M.A., Vicar of Shoreham, Kent, and Milton next Gravesend. Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, And Dr. Wall's Defense. Second Edition, by the Rev. Henry Cotton, D.L.C., Late Student of Christ Church. In Four Volumes. Vol. 4 (1844) (Author: Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8; Gale, John, 1680-1721. Reflections on Mr. Wall's History of infant baptism; Wall, William, 1646 or 7-1727 or 8. A Defense of the History of infant baptism against the Reflections of Mr. Gale and others; Cotton, Henry, 1789-1879, )

5               Brief Critical Notes, Especially on the Various Readings of the New Testament Books. With a Preface, Concerning the Texts cited therein from the Old Testament: As also Concerning the Use of the Septuagint Translation. (1730)

6               Brief Critical Notes on the Old Testament: Wherein the present Hebrew Text is explained, and in many places amended, from the ancient Versions, more particularly from that of the LXXII. Drawn up in the Order the several Books were written, or may most conveniently be read. To which is prefixed, a large Introduction, adjusting the Authority of the Masoretic Bible, and vindicating it from the Objections of Mr. Whiston, and the Author of the, "Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Religion." Now First published from his Original Manuscript. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1734)

7               Brief Critical Notes on the Old Testament: Wherein the present Hebrew Text is explained, and in many places amended, from the ancient Versions, more particularly from that of the LXXII. Drawn up in the Order the several Books were written, or may most conveniently be read. To which is prefixed, a large Introduction, adjusting the Authority of the Masoretic Bible, and vindicating it from the Objections of Mr. Whiston, and the Author of the, "Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Religion." Now First published from his Original Manuscript. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1734)

 


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1               A Defense of Infant-Baptism. In Answer to a Letter (Here Recited) from an Anti-Paedo-Baptist. By John Wallis, D.D., and Professor of Geometry in the University of Oxford. (1697)

2               A Defense of the Christian Sabbath. Part the First. In Answer to a Treatise of Mr. Thomas            Bampfield Pleading for Saturday-Sabbath. The Second Edition.(1693)

3               An Answer to Dr. Sherlock's Examination of the Oxford Decree: In a Letter from a Member of that University, to his Friend in London. (1696) (Subject: Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707)

4               Eight Letters Concerning the Blessed Trinity: By John Wallis, D.D., formerly Salivian Professor at             the University of Oxford. A New Edition, with the Author's Last Revisions and Corrections:              Together with a Preface and Notes by Thomas Flintoff. (1840)

5               The Doctrine of the Blessed Trinity briefly Explained, in a Letter to a Friend. By John Wallis, D.D.             (1690) (With this are bound Wallis's: Second letter concerning the Holy Trinity (London : Printed     for Thomas Parkhurst, 1691) -- An Explication and vindication of the Athanasian Creed, in a third            letter, pursuant of two former, concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Thomas      Parkhurst, 1691) -- A Fourth letter, concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Thomas          Parkhurst, 1691) Also: A Fifth letter, concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Tho.     Parkhurst, 1691) -- A Sixth letter, concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Tho.        Parkhurst, 1691) -- A Seventh letter, concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Tho.     Parkhurst, 1691) -- An Eight letter concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Tho.        Parkhurst, 1692) -- Three sermons concerning the Sacred Trinity (London : Printed for Tho.                   Parkhurst, 1691))

6               The Life of Faith. In Two Sermons to the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's Church there; on the                 6th of January, 1681, and June the 29th following. (1684) (With this is bound the author's:                 Theological discourses and sermons on several occasions : Part II (London : Printed for Tho.    Parkhurst, 1692))

7               Three Sermons Concerning the Sacred Trinity. (1691)

 



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1               A Memorial of the Futtehgurh Mission and her Martyred Missionaries: With some remarks on the Mutiny in India. By the Rev. J. Johnston Walsh, Sole Surviving Member of the Futtehgurh Mission of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church. (1859) (Maha Rajah Duleep Singh -- John Edgar Freeman -- Elizabeth Freeman -- David Elliott Campbell -- Albert Osborne Johnson -- Amanda Joanna Johnson -- Robert McMullin -- Sarah Colt McMullin)

 


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1               A Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward A. M., Author of, "The Simple Cobbler of Agawam in America." With Notices of his Family. By John Ward Dean. (1868) (Author: Dean, John Ward, 1815-1902)

2               A Religious Retreat Sounded to a Religious Army, By one who wants to be faithful to his Country, though unworthy to be named. (1647)

3               The Earliest New England Code of Laws, 1641. (1896)

4               The Simple Cobbler of Aggawam in America. Willing to help mend his Native Country, lamentably tattered, both in the upper-Leather and sole, with all the honest stitches he can take. And as willing never to be paid for his work, by Old English wanted pay. It is his Trade to patch all the year long, gratis. Therefore I pray Gentlemen keep your purses. By Theodore de la Guard. The Fourth Edition, with some Amendments. (1647) (Author: Ward, Nathaniel, 1578-1652; Waters, Thomas Franklin, 1851-1919 Subject: Freedom of religion -- Great Britain; Great Britain -- Church history; Great Britain -- Politics and government 1642-1649)

 


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1               The Explanation and Application of the Solemn League and Covenant; for the Reformation and Defense of Religion, the Honor and Happiness of the King, and Peace and Safety of the Three Kingdoms of Scotland, England, and Ireland. Enjoined by the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament in England, and by the Estates of the Parliament of Scotland, to be Taken by Every Man within the Three Kingdoms, 1643. By the Reverend Mr. Richard Ward, Minister of Stansteed-Mount-Fitchet in Essex. As Also, another of the same, by the Reverend and Learned Divines of the Church of Ireland, about the Time of taking and subscribing the Covenant in that Kingdom. To which is added, a Vindication of the perpetual Obligation of our Covenants, by the Reverend Mr. Alexander Shields. (1737)

 


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1               A Practical Essay on the Sacrament of Baptism; Wherein the Doctrine of that Divine Ordinance is Opened and Explained; the Controversies concerning it are stated and determined; several Questions of great Moment are proposed, and answered; Practical Observations for each particular Head are noticed: The Constitution and Practice of the Established Church of Scotland vindicated; and the Christian Improvement of this valuable Privilege is pointed at. By Mr. John Warden, Minister of the Gospel at Gargunnock. (1724)

2               A System of Revealed Religion, Digested under Proper Heads, as composed in the Express Words of Scripture: containing all that the Sacred Records Reveal, with respect to Doctrine and Duty. By the Late Reverend John Warden, M.A. Revised and Published by his Son, the Reverend John Warden. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1819)

 


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1               A Dissertation on the Scriptural Authority, Nature, and Uses, of Infant Baptism. By Ralph            Wardlaw, D.D. Third Edition. With an Appendix, Containing Strictures on the views Advocated by    the Rev. Dr. Halley, in his Volume entitled, "The Sacraments," on John's Baptism, and on the   Scriptural Requisites to Christian Baptism. (1846) (Subject: Halley, Robert, 1796-1876)

2               A Review of Dr. Wardlaw's Lectures on the Abrahamic Covenant; with Tracts on the Baptismal                 Controversy. By Archibald McLean, One of the Pastors of the Baptist Church, Edinburgh. A New               Edition, Edited by William Jones. (1828) (Author: McLean, Archibald, 1733-1812 Subject:    Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

3               A Sequel to "A Vindication of Unitarianism,"  In Reply to Dr. Wardlaw's Treatise Entitled, "Unitarianism Incapable of Vindication." By the Author of the "Vindication." James Yates. Second Edition. (1822) (Author: Yates, James, 1789-1871; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853. Unitarianism incapable of vindication)

4               A Vindication of Unitarianism, in reply to Mr. Wardlaw's Discourses on the Socinian Controversy. By James Yates, M.A. (1816) (Author: Yates, James, 1789-1871 Subject: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

5               Christian Ethics; or, Moral Philosophy on the Principles of Divine Revelation. (1852)

6               Congregational Independency in Contradistinction to Episcopacy and Presbyterianism: The Church Polity of the New Testament. (microfilm) (1864)

7               Contemplations on the Historical Passages of the Old and New Testaments. By the Right Rev. Joseph Hall, D.D., successively Bishop of Exeter and Norwich. With an Essay on his Life and Writings, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1834) (Author: Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

8               Contemplations on the Historical Passages of the Old and New Testaments. By the Right Rev. Joseph Hall, D.D., successively Bishop of Exeter and Norwich. With an Essay on his Life and Writings, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1835) (Author: Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

9               Discourses and Services on Occasion of the Death of the Late Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. (1854) (Author: Thomson, Alexander, 1815-1895. [from old catalog]; Brown, John, 1784-1858; Alexander, William Lindsay, 1808-1884. [from old catalog]; Macleod, Norman, 1812-1872. [from old catalog]; Macfarlane, John, 1807-1875)

10            Discourses on Special Occasions, by the Late Rev. Robert S. M'All, LL.D., with a Sketch of his Life and Character, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1840) (Author: McAll, Robert Stephens, 1792-1838; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

11            Discourses on Special Occasions, by the Late Rev. Robert S. M'All, LL.D., with a Sketch of his Life and Character, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1840) (Author: McAll, Robert Stephens, 1792-1838; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

12            Discourses on the Nature and Extent of the Atonement of Christ. (1843)

13            Discourses on the Principal Points of the Socinian Controversy. By Ralph Wardlaw, Glasgow. From the First Glasgow Edition. (1815)

14            Friendly Letters to the Society of Friends, on some of their Distinguishing Principles. (1836)

15            Lectures on Church Establishments. Under the Patronage of the Glasgow Voluntary Church Society. Delivered in the Relief Chapel, John-Street. Lecturers. Rev. W. Anderson. Dr. Wardlaw. Dr. Heugh. Rev. D. King. Rev. J. C. Ewing. Mr. James Beith. and Rev. A. Harvey. (1835) (Author: Glasgow Voluntary Church Society Subject: Free Church of Scotland; Free churches) (Lecture I. "Opening of the case" / W. Anderson -- Lecture II and IV. "The scripture argument" / Ralph Wardlaw -- Lecture III. "Establishments unjust and injurious" / Hugh Heugh -- Lecture V. "Efficiency of the voluntary principle"/ D. King -- Lecture VI. "On church reforms" / J.C. Ewing -- Lecture VII. -- "Powers that be" / James Beith -- Lecture VIII "National Responsibility" Etc. / A. Harvey.)

16            Lectures on Female Prostitution: Its Nature, Extent, Effects, Guilt, Causes, and Remedy. (1842)

17            Lectures on Magdalenism: Its Nature, Extent, Effects, Guilt, Causes, and Remedy. Delivered by request of Forty Ministers of the Gospel, and Eleven Hundred, Fellow-Christians. First American, from Second Glasgow Edition. (1843)

18            Lectures on the Book of Proverbs, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

19            Lectures on the Book of Proverbs, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

20            Lectures on the Book of Proverbs, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

21            Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

22            Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

23            Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

24            Lectures on the Prophecies of Zechariah, by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. Second Edition. (1869) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

25            Lectures on the Book of Ecclesiastes. Two Volumes in One.(1822)

26            Man Responsible for his Belief. Two Sermons, Occasioned by a Passage in the Inaugural Discourse of Henry Brougham, Esquire, M.P.. on his Installation as Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow, April 6, 1825. (1825)

27            Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. By William Lindsay Alexander, D.D. (1856) (Author: Alexander, William Lindsay, 1808-1884)

28            National Church Establishments Examined: A Course of Lectures, Delivered in London, during April and May, 1839. (1839)

29            On Baptism; Chiefly in Reply to the Etymological Positions of the Rev. Greville Ewing, in his "Essay on Baptism;" The Polemic Discussions of the Rev. Timothy Dwight, S.T.D., LL.D., in his Work, Entitled, "Theology;" and the Inferential Reasonings of the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. in his "Lectures on the Abrahamic Covenant." By F. A. Cox, A.M., of Hackney. (1824) (Author: Cox, Francis Augustus, 1783-1853 Subject: Ewing, Greville, 1767-1841; Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

30            On Miracles: By Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. (1852)

31            Posthumous Works of the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1861) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

32            Posthumous Works of the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by his Son, the Rev. J. S. Wardlaw, A.M. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1861) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Wardlaw, J. S. (John Smith))

33            Sermons by Ralph Wardlaw, D.D., Glasgow. (1829)

34            Speech of the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw, at the Public Meeting in Glasgow, for the Separation of Church and State, March 6, 1834. With the Memorial to Earl Grey, and the Petition to Parliament, Adopted at the Meeting. Second Edition. With an Appendix: Exposure Further Exposed. (microfilm) (1834)

35            Systematic Theology. By Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by James R. Campbell, M.A. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1856) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Campbell, James R)

36            Systematic Theology. By Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by James R. Campbell, M.A. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1857) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Campbell, James R)

37            Systematic Theology. By Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by James R. Campbell, M.A. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1857) (Author: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853; Campbell, James R)

38            The Baptismal Reconciliation: With Fraternal Remarks on Dr. Halley's "Reply," and the Appendix of Dr. Wardlaw. By the Rev. Charles Stovel. (1848) (Author: Stovel, Charles, 1799-1883 Subject: Halley, Robert, 1796-1876; Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

39            The Existing State of Theology, as an Intellectual Pursuit, and Religion as a Moral Influence: A Sermon, Preached at the Unitarian Chapel in South Place, Finsbury, on Wednesday, May 21st, 1834, being the Anniversary Meeting of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association. By James Martineau. (1834) (Author: Martineau, James, 1805-1900; British and Foreign Unitarian Association Subject: Wardlaw, Ralph, 1779-1853)

40            Two Sermons on the Responsibility of the Heathen: With an Appendix, Containing Strictures on an Article in the Westminster Review, Relative to Man's Accountableness for his Belief. (1827)

41            Unitarianism Incapable of Vindication: A Reply to the Rev. Yates's Vindication of Unitarianism. (1817) (Subject: Yates, James, 1789-1871)

 


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1               A Recently proposed Test of Canonicity: Inaugural Address on...his Installation as Professor of                Biblical Literature in the Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina, May, 1890. (1890)    (Author: McPheeters, William M Volume: 4 pt.3 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus),               1841-1913; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B.      B. Warfield.)

 

2               A Calm Review of the Inaugural Address of Professor Charles A. Briggs. (1891) (Author: Morris,             Edward Dafydd, 1825-1915 Volume: 4 pt.4 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus),           1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

 

3               A Review of certain Statements in a Book, entitled, "The Trial of Dr. Briggs before the General                   Assembly, a calm review of the case by a Stranger, who attended all the Sessions of the Court."      (1894) (Author: McDougall, Thomas Volume: 4 pt.16 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles    Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

 

4               A Review of Professor Briggs's Inaugural Address. (1891) (Author: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913 Volume: 4 pt.5) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

 

5               Acts and Pastoral Epistles: Timothy, Titus and Philemon. (1902)

6               Africa and the beginnings of Christian Latin Literature. (1907) (Extracted from The American    Journal of Theology for January 1907.)

7               An Answer to Dr. Brigg's "Shortest Catechism." (1891) (From "The Detroit Free Press," May 27th,              1891) (Author: Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge; Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-    1913)

8               An Introduction to the Study of the Books of the New Testament. By John H. Kerr, D.D.,                  Professor of Greek Exegesis and New Testament Literature in the San Francisco Theological                Seminary. With an Introductory Note by Professor Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D., of Princeton      Theological Seminary. Third Edition, Revised. (1892) (Author: Kerr, John Henry, 1858-; Warfield,    Benjamin Breckinridge)

9               An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament. By the Rev. Benjamin B.               Warfield, D.D., Professor of New Testament Criticism in the Western Theological Seminary,                 Allegheny, U.S.A. (1886) (Author: Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge; Warfield, Benjamin          Breckinridge. Professor Warfield's textual criticism of the New Testament; Nicoll, W. Robertson          (William Robertson), Sir, 1851-1923)

10            Apologetics; or, The Rational Vindication of Christianity. By Francis R. Beattie, Ph.D., D.D., LL.D.,            Professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of            Kentucky. With an Introduction by Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Systematic Theology in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey. In Three Volumes. Volume 1    (1903) (Fundamental Apologetics.) (Author: Beattie, Francis Robert, 1848-1906; Warfield,          Benjamin Breckinridge)

11            Biblical Doctrines. By Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield, Professor of Didactic and Polemic          Theology in the Theological Seminary of Princeton, New Jersey, 1887-1921. (1929)

12            Calvin and the Reformation. Four Studies by Emile Doumergue, August Lang, Herman Bavinck,                 and Benjamin B. Warfield. (1909) (Author: Armstrong, William Park, 1874- ed; Doumergue, E.     (Emile), 1844-1937; Lang, August, 1867-1945; Bavinck, Herman, 1854-1921; Warfield, Benjamin             Breckinridge, 1851-1921 Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564)

13            Christless Christianity. (1912) (Reprinted from the "Harvard Theological Review," October 1,   1912.)

14            Concerning Schmiedel's "Pillar Passages." (1913) (Author: Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge
            Subject:
Schmiedel, Paul Wilhelm, 1851-)

15            Counterfeit Miracles. (1918) (This Volume Contains the Thomas Smyth Lectures for 1917-1918,              Delivered at the Columbia Theological Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina, October 4-10, 1917.                  It is Dedicated to the Board of Directors and the Faculty of Columbia Theological Seminary in                   Appreciation of their Invitation to Deliver the Lectures and in Pleasant Recollection of their   many Courtesies. (1918)

16            Discourses Occasioned by the Inauguration of Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D. to the Chair of New                   Testament Exegesis and Literature, in Western Theological Seminary, Delivered on the Evening                of Tuesday, April 20th, 1880, in the North Presbyterian Church, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. (1880)                   (Author: Western Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church; Warfield, Benjamin       Breckinridge, 1851-1921. Inaugural address; Swift, Elliot Elisha, d. 1887. Charge to Benjamin B.          Warfield Subject: Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge; Western Theological )

17            Dr. Edwin A. Abbot on the Genuineness of Second Peter. (1883) (Subject: Abbott, Edwin Abbott,        1838-1926) (From the "Southern Presbyterian Review," April, 1833.

18            Faith and Life. 'Conferences' in the Oratory of Princeton Seminary. (1916)

19            Five Papers. (1880) (The Greek testament of Westcott and Hort.--Professor Warfield's Syllabus               on the canon of the New Testament in the second century.--The Canonicity of Second Peter.--Dr. Edwin A. Abbott on the genuineness of Second Peter.--On the post-exilian portion of our Lord's                genealogy.)

20            Four Hymns and some Religious Verses. (1910)

21            How Josh Worked up a Concept by Josh Senior. (1891) (Volume: 4 pt.13 Subject: Briggs,        Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B.   B. Warfield.)

22            Inspiration. By Professor A. A. Hodge, D.D., LL.D. and Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D. (1881)                (Reprinted, by Permission, from the "Presbyterian Review" of April, 1881.) (Author: Hodge,            Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge)

23            Is Jesus God: An Argument by Graduates of Princeton Seminary. With Introductory Note by       Professor B. B. Warfield, D.D. (1912) (Does the Christian church teach the deity of Christ? By R.B.                Kuiper.--Has the Christian church always taught the deity of Christ? By D.S.B. Joubert.--Do the                  New Testament writers teach the deity of Christ? By H.H. Meeter.--Do the Evangelists represent     Christ as himself teaching his deity? First essay by J.D. Roos; Second essay by F.M. Richardson.--         Did Jesus teach his own deity? First essay by W.A. Motter; second essay by W. Nicol.--Is Christ                 God? First essay by G. Hoeksema; second essay by L.M. Bicknell)

24            John Humphrey Noyes and his "Bible Communists." (1921) (Subject: Humphrey, John, 1621- 1719)

25            Jonathan Edwards by Alexander V. G. Allen, D.D., Professor in the Episcopal Theological School,              in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (1889) (Author: Allen, Alexander V. G. (Alexander Viets Griswold),      1841-1908 Subject: Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758) (Special Collections copy has notes by B.B.             Warfield in the margins)

26            Paul on Women Speaking in Church. (1919) (Reprinted from "The Presbyterian" October 30,     1919.)

27            Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, against the Rev. Charles A. Briggs, D.D.:                   Appellant's Argument before the General Assembly in support of the motion to entertain the             appeal, May 25th, 1893; Argument of John J. McCook. (1893) (Author: Presbyterian Church in                   the U.S.A; Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. General Assembly (105th : 1893                  : Washington, D.C.); McCook, John J Volume: 3 pt.3 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles          Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

28            Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, against the Rev. Charles A. Briggs, D.D.:                   Appellant's Argument in Support of motion to Sustain the Appeal. (1893) (Author: Presbyterian             Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly (105th : 1893 : Washington, D.C.); Lampe, Joseph J
                  Volume: 3 pt.4 Subject:
Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

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

 

30            Princeton Theological Seminary.  Inauguration of the Rev. B. B. Warfield, D.D.,  as Professor of                  Didactic and Polemic Theology. (1888) (The charge / by James T. Leftwich -- The idea of            systematic theology considered as a science / by Benjamin B. Warfield.)

31            Some Difficult Passages in the First Chapter of II Corinthians.

32            Some of Dr. Charles A. Briggs' Views, Published since his Suspension by the General Assembly.                (1893) (Author: Lampe, Joseph J; Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913
                  Volume: 3 pt.5
) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield)

 

33            The Bible the Book of Mankind. By Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D., LL.D., Lit.D., Professor of Didactic             and Polemic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. A Paper Read at          the World's Bible Congress held at the Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, California    August 1-4, 1915. (1915)

34            The Canon of the New Testament: How and When Formed. (1892)

35            The Development of the Doctrine of Infant Salvation. (1891)

36            The Divine Origin of the Bible. (The General Argument.) (1882)

37            The Edward Robinson Chair of Biblical Theology in the Union Theological Seminary, New York.                   (1891) (Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913; Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

38            The Fundamentals; A Testimony to the Truth, Compliments of Two Laymen. Seven Volumes in                  One. (1910)

39            The Gospel of the Incarnation. Two Sermons Preached in the Chapel of Princeton Theological                   Seminary, October 9, 1892, and January 8, 1893. (1893)

40            The Higher Criticism: an Address. (1891) (Author: Sample, Robert F. (Robert Fleming), 1829- 1905 Volume: 4 pt.17 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429           collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

41            The Inaugural Address of Professor Briggs. (1891) (Author: Chambers, Talbot Wilson, 1819-    1896; Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913 Volume: 4 pt.6 Subject: Briggs,          Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B.               Warfield.)

42            The Lord of Glory; A Study of the Designations of Our Lord in the New Testament with Especial                  Reference to His Deity. (1907) (Designations of Our Lord in Mark -- Mark's conception of Our                Lord -- Designations of Our Lord in Matthew -- Matthew's conceptions of Our Lord --       Designations of Our Lord in Luke and their implications -- Jesus of the synoptists -- Jesus of the        synoptists the primitive Jesus -- Designations of Our Lord in John and their significance --                   Designations of Our Lord in Acts and their significance -- Corroboration of the Epistles of Paul --               Witness of the Catholic Epistles -- Witness of the Epistle to the Hebrews -- Witness of the                Apocalypse -- Issue of the investigation.)

43            The Making of the Westminster Confession, and Especially of its Chapter on the Decree of God.              By Benjamin B. Warfield, Professor in Princeton Seminary. (1901) (Subject: Westminster           Assembly (1643-1652)) (Extracted from "The Presbyterian and Reformed Review" for April,        1901.)

44            The Main Issue: A Straight Question to Professor Briggs. (1890) (Volume: 4 pt.2 Subject: Briggs,        Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B.                  Warfield.)

45            The New Theology in the Nursery. (1892) (Volume: 4 pt.15 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles          Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

46            The Plan of Salvation. Five Lectures Delivered at the Princeton Summer School of Theology,     June, 1914. (1915)

47            The Power of God unto Salvation. (1903) (Subject: Salvation -- Sermons)

48            The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. Concerning the One Hundred and Third General           Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. (1891) (Author: Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge
            Volume: 4 pt.7 Subject:
Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913; Presbyterian Church       in the U.S.A; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General      Assembly 1891 : Detroit, Mich.))

49            The Report of the Standing Committee on Theological Seminaries in the matter of the                  appointment of the Rev. Charles A. Briggs, as Professor of Biblical Theology in Union Theological Seminary, New York City. (1891) (Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly           (103rd : 1891 : Detroit, Mich.) Volume: 4 pt.9 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus),           1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

50            The Present Day Conception of Evolution. (1900)

51            The Printing of the Westminster Confession. (1901)

52            The Proposed Union with the Cumberland Presbyterians. (1904) (Reprinted from the Princeton              Theological Review (April 1904))

53            The Right of Systematic Theology. By Benjamin B. Warfield, D.D., Professor of Theology,               Princeton University. With an Introduction by Professor J. Orr, D.D., Edinburgh. (1897)

54            The Savior of the World; Sermons Preached in the Chapel of Princeton Theological Seminary. (1913)

55            The Significance of the Westminster Standards as a Creed. An Address Delivered before the Presbytery of New York, November 8, 1897, on the occasion of the celebration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Completion of the Westminster Standards. (1898)

56            The Westminster Assembly and its Work. (1908) (The Princeton Theological Review. Volume VI. April, 1908. Number 2.) (Subject: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652))

57            Two Studies in the History of Doctrine: Augustine and the Pelagian Controversy.  The   Development of the Doctrine of Infant Salvation. (1897) (Subject: Augustine, Saint, Bishop of     Hippo; Pelagia, of Antioch, Saint, d. 311?; Infant salvation)

58            Westminster Doctrine anent Holy Scripture: Tractates by Professors A. A. Hodge and Warfield,               with Notes on Recent Discussions. By Rev. Robert Howie, M.A. (1891) (Author: Howie, Robert;     Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge, 1851-1921 Subject:      Free Church of Scotland; Bible)

59            Whither? O Whither? Tell Me Where. (1889) (Author: McCosh, James, 1811-1894 Volume: 4    pt.1 Subject: Briggs, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1841-1913) (SCC #2429 collected (in 4 v.) and                  annotated by B. B. Warfield.)

 


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1               Descriptive book and key plates of Selous' Two Grand Pictures of Jerusalem, Ancient and           Modern: containing a detailed account of nearly Two Hundred points of interest in the Pictures,          a resume of the recent Explorations in the City, and outlines of its Topography, History, and    Antiquities. (1873) (Author: Warren, Israel P. (Israel Perkins), 1814-1892; Selous, Henry   Courtney, 1803-1890)

2               Our Father's Book: or, The Divine Origin and Authority of the Bible. (1885)

3               The Wicked not Annihilated: A Refutation of Modern Sadduceeism. (1867)

4               Snowflakes: A Chapter from the Book of Nature. (1863)

5               The Book of Revelation: An Exposition; Based on the Principles of Professor Stuart's Commentary, and Designed to Familiarize those Principles to the Minds of Non-Professional Readers. (1886)

6               The Parousia: A Critical Study of the Scriptural Doctrines of Christ's Second Coming; His Reign as King; The Resurrection of the Dead; And the General Judgment. (1879)

7               The Praise of a Pious Woman. A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Mary Langdon, June 21, 1853. (1853) (Subject: Langdon, Mary, d. 1853)

8               The Seaman's Cause; Embracing the History, Results, and Present Condition of the Efforts for the Moral Improvement of Seamen. (N.D.) (Author: Warren, Israel P. (Israel Perkins), 1814-1892; American Seamen's Friend Society)

9               The Sisters: A Memorial of Elizabeth H., Abbie A., and Sarah F. Dickerman. (1859) (Author: Dickerman, Elizabeth Hall, 1829-1856; Dickerman, Abbie Ann, 1831-1852; Dickerman, Sarah Frances, 1838-1854; Warren, Israel P. (Israel Perkins), 1814-1892)

10            The Stanley Families of America, as Descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford Conn., 1636. (1887)

11            The Sunday School Commentary on the New Testament, with Notes, Pictorial Illustrations, and References, by the Rev. Israel P. Warren, D.D. The Gospels and Acts. (1872)

12            The Three Judges: or, The Story of the Men Who Beheaded Their King. By Israel P. Warren. With an Introduction by Rev. Leonard Bacon, D.D. (1873) (Subject: Dixwell, John, 1607?-1689; Goffe, William, 1605?-1679; Whalley, Edward, d. 1675?; Regicides)

 


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1               Reminiscences of the Indians, by the Rev. Cephas Washburn, A. M., Many Years Superintendent of the Dwight Mission among the Cherokees of the Arkansas. With a Biography of the Author. By Rev. J. W. Moore, of Arkansas. And an Introduction by Rev. J. L. Wilson, D. D., Secretary of Foreign Missions. (1869) (1971) (Author: Washburn, Cephas, 1793-1860; Moore, James W
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1               The American Mission in Egypt, 1854-1896. By Andrew Watson, D.D. Second Edition. (1904)      (Author: Watson, Andrew, 1834-1916 Subject: United Presbyterian Church of North America;            Missions -- Egypt)

 


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1               Egypt and the Christian Crusade. (1907)

2               Far North in India; A Survey of the Mission Field and Work of the United Presbyterian Church in                the Punjab. By William B. Anderson and Charles R. Watson. (1911) (Author: Anderson, William     B., 1868-1940; Watson, Charles R. (Charles Roger), 1873-1948)

3               God's Plan for World Redemption. An Outline Study of the Bible and Missions. (1911)

4               In the King's Service. A Mission Study Course Along Biographical Lines. Edited by Charles R.       Watson, Corresponding Secretary. (1905)

5               In the Valley of the Nile: A Survey of the Missionary Movement in Egypt. (1908)

6               The Sorrow and Hope of the Egyptian Sudan; A Survey of Missionary Conditions and Methods of               Work in the Egyptian Sudan. (1913)

7               What is the Moslem World? (microfilm) (1937)

 


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1               A Guide to the Tablets in a Temple of Confucius. (1879)

2               Essays on the Chinese Language. (1889)

3               Lao-Tzu, A Study in Chinese Taoist Philosophy. (1870)

4               On Yuan Chwang's Travels in India 629-645 A. D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1904) (Author:     Watters, Thomas, 1840-1901; Davids, T. W. Rhys (Thomas William Rhys), 1843-1922, ed;             Bushell, Stephen W. (Stephen Wootton), 1844-1908, ed; Smith, Vincent Arthur, 1848-1920 Subject: Xuanzang, ca. 596-664; Buddhism)

5               On Yuan Chwang's Travels in India 629-645 A. D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1904) (Author:     Watters, Thomas, 1840-1901; Davids, T. W. Rhys (Thomas William Rhys), 1843-1922, ed;             Bushell, Stephen W. (Stephen Wootton), 1844-1908, ed; Smith, Vincent Arthur, 1848-1920 Subject: Xuanzang, ca. 596-664; Buddhism)

6               Stories of Everyday Life in Modern China. Told by Chinese and done into English by T. Watters,                  Late H.M. Consul at Foochow. (1896)

7               The Eighteen Lohan of Chinese Buddhist Temples. (1899)

 


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1               Ancestry and Descendents of Nancy Allyn (Foote) Webb, Rev. Edward Webb, and Joseph Wilkins            Cootch. By Mary Evarts (Webb) Cooch (Mrs. J. Wilkins Cooch.) (1919) (Author: Cooch, Mary   Evarts Webb, b. 1849 Subject: Webb family; Webb, Edward, 1819-1898; Foote family; Allen            family; Cooch family; Wilkinson family)

2               Hindu Life. With Pictures of the Men, Women, and Children of India. By Rev. Edward Webb, Late             of Madura, South India. (1866)

3               The Theory of Missions to the Heathen. A Sermon at the Ordination of Mr. Edward Webb, as a                   Missionary to the Heathen. Ware, Massachusetts, October 23, 1845. By Rufus Anderson, One of     the Secretaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. (1845) (Author:           Anderson, Rufus, 1796-1880 Subject: Webb, Edward, 1819-1898)

 


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1               Christian Salvation, its Doctrine and Experience. By Robert Alexander Webb, D.D., LL.D., Late                  Professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of            Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky. (1921)

2               History of the Presbyterian Church of Bethel Compiled by Rev. R. A. Webb, Fifth Pastor.                Originally Issued in 1887 by the Ladies Aid Society. Revised to April 1, 1938. (1938)

 


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1               A Sermon Preached before the High Church of Edinburgh: at the Election of the Magistrates of the City, on October 2, 1694. By James Webster, Minister of the Gospel. (1694)

 


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1               A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases; with the Principal Phenomena of the      Physical World, which Precede and Accompany them, and Observations Deduced from the Facts Stated. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1799)

2               A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases; with the Principal Phenomena of the      Physical World, which Precede and Accompany them, and Observations Deduced from the Facts Stated. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1799)

3               A Collection of Papers on Political Literary and Moral Subjects. (1843)

4               An Improved Grammar of the English Language. (1833)

5               An American Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibit, I. The Origin, Affinities, and            Preliminary Signification of English words, as far as they have been Ascertained. II. The Genuine     Orthography and Pronunciation of words, according to general usage, or to Just Principles of                    Analogy. III. Accurate and Discriminating Definitions, with Numerous Authorities and           Illustrations. To which are prefixed, an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History, and        Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe, and a Concise Grammar of the     English Language. By Noah Webster, LL.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1828) (Author: Webster,    Noah, 1758-1843; Howe, Hezekiah)

6               An American Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibit, I. The Origin, Affinities, and            Preliminary Signification of English words, as far as they have been Ascertained. II. The Genuine     Orthography and Pronunciation of words, according to general usage, or to Just Principles of                    Analogy. III. Accurate and Discriminating Definitions, with Numerous Authorities and           Illustrations. To which are prefixed, an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History, and        Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe, and a Concise Grammar of the     English Language. By Noah Webster, LL.D. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1828) (Author: Webster,    Noah, 1758-1843; Howe, Hezekiah)

7               Dissertations on the English Language: With Notes, Historical and Critical. To which is added, by           way of Appendix, an Essay on a Reformed Mode of Spelling, with Dr. Franklin's Arguments on            that Subject. (1789) (Subject: English language; English language -- Grammar 1500-1800; Spelling reform)

8               Noah Webster. (American Men of Letters.) By Horace E. Scudder. (1889) (Author: Scudder,     Horace Elisha, 1838-1902 Subject: Webster, Noah, 1758-1843)

9               Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States, Published During its Discussion by the People, 1787-1788. Edited with Notes and a Bibliography by Paul Leicester Ford. (1888) (Author: Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902; Gerry, Elbridge, 1744-1814; Webster, Noah, 1758-1843; Jay, John, 1745-1829; Smith, Melancton, 1744-1798; Webster, Pelatiah, 1726-1795; Coxe, Tench, 1755-1824; Wilson, James, 1742-1798; Dickinson, John, 1732-1808; Hanson, Alexander Contee, 1749-1806; Randolph, Edmund, 1753-1813; Lee, Richard Henry, 1732-1794; Mason, George, 1725-1792; Iredell, James, 1751-1799; Ramsay, David, 1749-1815)

10            The Prompter: A Commentary on Common Sayings which are Full of Common Sense, the best Sense in the World. (1838)

11            Value of the Bible, and Excellence of the Christian Religion: For Use of Families and Schools. (1834)

12            Webster's Complete Dictionary of the English Language. (Authorized and Unabridged Edition.) With various Literary Appendices and numerous additional Illustrations. Thoroughly Revised and Improved, by Chauncey A. Goodrich, D.D., LL.D., Late Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, and also Professor of the Pastoral Charge in Yale College; and Noah Porter, D.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy and Metaphysics in Yale College. Assisted by Dr. C. A. F. Mahn, of Berlin, and others. New Edition of 1880, with a Supplement of New Words, and an additional Appendix of Biographical Names. (1886)

13            Webster's International Dictionary of the English Language; being the Authentic Edition of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, Comprising the issues of 1864, 1879, and 1884. Now Thoroughly Revised and Enlarged under the Supervision of Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D., of Yale University. With a Voluminous Appendix. To which is now added a Supplement of Twenty-Five Thousand Words and Phrases W. T. Harris, Ph.D., LL.D., Editor-in-Chief. New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1907)

14            Webster's International Dictionary of the English Language; being the Authentic Edition of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, Comprising the issues of 1864, 1879, and 1884. Now Thoroughly Revised and Enlarged under the Supervision of Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D., of Yale University. With a Voluminous Appendix. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1895) (Author: Webster, Noah, 1758-1843; Porter, Noah, 1811-1892)

 


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1               A Digest of the Acts of the Supreme Judiciary of the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America. Compiled from the Records of the Original Synod of New York and Philadelphia, and of the General Assembly from its Organization. Arranged to Illustrate the Constitutional Rules of the Church. By Order of the General Assembly. (1850)

2               A History of the Presbyterian Church in America, From its Origin until the Year 1760. With Biographical Sketches of its Early Ministers. By the Rev. Richard Webster, Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. With a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. C. Van Rensselaer, D.D. and a Historical Introduction by the Rev. William Blackwood, D.D. (1858) (Author: Webster, Richard, 1811-1856; Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, 1808-1860; Blackwood, William)

3               History of the First Presbyterian Church, of Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. By Elizabeth Webster. A Record of Sixty Years. (1895) (Author: Webster, Elizabeth)

 


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1               David's Testament Opened Up in Forty Sermons Upon II Sam. 23:5. Wherein the Nature, Properties, and Effects of the Covenant of Grace are Clearly Held Forth: By that Eminent Servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Alexander Wedderburn, First Minister of the Gospel at Forgan in Fife, and thereafter at Kilmarnock in the West. (microfilm) (1691)

2               Heaven Upon Earth; or, The History of the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ Opened, and Practically Improved in Several Sermons upon Matt. 17:1. etc. Mark 9:1, etc. and Luke 9:27, etc. By that Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Alexander Wedderburn, Minister of the Gospel, first at Forgan in Fife, then at Kilmarnock in the West of Scotland. (1703)

 



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1               A Compendious Book of Godly and Spiritual Songs Commonly Known as, 'The Good and Godly Ballads.' Reprinted from the Edition of 1567. Edited, with Introduction and Notes by A. F. Mitchell, D.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Ecclesiastical History, St. Andrews. (1897) (Author: Wedderburn, John, 1500?-1556; Wedderburn, James, 1495?-1553; Wedderburn, Robert, ca. 1510-1557; Mitchell, Alexander F. (Alexander Ferrier), 1822-1899 Subject: Hymns, Gaelic; Hymns, Gaelic; Hymns, German)

2               The Wedderburns and Their Work; or, The Sacred Poetry of the Scottish Reformation in its Historical Relation to that of Germany: A Lecture. (1867) (Author: Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier, 1822-1899 Subject: Wedderburn, James, 1495?-1553; Wedderburn, John, 1500?-1556; Wedderburn, Robert, ca. 1510-ca. 1557; Hymns, Scottish)

 


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1               A Treatise of the Four Degenerate Sons, viz. the Atheist, the Idolater, the Magician, and the Jew. Wherein are handled many Profitable Questions concerning Atheism, Witchcraft, Idolatry, and Judaism: And Sundry places of Scripture, cleared out of the Original Tongues. Being the fourth Volume of the Works of Mr. John Weemse of Lathocker in Scotland, and Prebend of Dunelm. (1636)

2               An Explanation of the Ceremonial Laws of Moses, as they are Annexed to the Ten Commandments. Wherein are cleared Divers Customs of the Jews, and also the Customs of the Gentiles, as they have relation to the Jewish, out of the Original Tongues, the Hebrew and Greek. Together with directions how to make the Right use of them in Preaching. All serving to let us see how they Lead us as Types to Jesus Christ, whom we see more clearly when the Veil is taken away. By John Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1632)

3               An Explication of the Judicial Laws of Moses. Plainly discovering divers of their ancient Rites and Customs. As in their Governors, Government, Synedrion, Punishments, Civil Accompts, Contracts, Marriages, Wars, and Burials. Also their Economics, (Viz.) their Dwellings, Feasting, Clothing, and Husbandry. Together with Two Treatises, the One showing the Different Estate of the Godly and Wicked in this Life, and in the Life to come. The other, Declaring how the Wicked may be Enlightened by the Preaching of the Gospel, and yet become Worse after they be Illuminated. All which are cleared out of the Original Languages, and do serve as a Special Help for the true Understanding of Divers Difficult Texts of Scriptures. By John Weemse of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of God's Word. (1622)

4               An Exposition of the Moral Law, or, The Ten Commandments of Almighty God, set down by way of Exercitations. Wherein is contained an explanation of diverse Questions and Positions for the right understanding thereof. Together with an explication of these Scriptures which depend upon, or belong unto every one of the Commandments. All which are cleared out of the original languages, the customs of the Jews, and the distinctions of the Schoolmen. By John Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1632)

5               An Exposition of the Second Table of the Moral Law. Wherein is contained an Explanation of Divers Questions and Positions for the Right Understanding thereof. Together with an Explication of these Scriptures which depend upon, or belong unto every one of the Commandments. All of which are cleared out of the Original Language, the Customs of the Jews, and the Distinctions of the Schoolmen. By John Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1636)

6               Exercitations Divine. Containing Diverse Questions and Solutions for the Right Understanding of the Scriptures. Proving the Necessity, Majesty, Integrity, Perspicuity, and Sense thereof. As also showing the Singular Prerogatives wherewith the Lord Endued those whom He Appointed to be the Penmen of them. Together with the Excellency and use of Divinity above all Human Sciences. All which are Cleared out of the Hebrew, and Greek, the two Original Languages in which the Scriptures were First Written, by Comparing them with the Samaritan, Chaldean, and Syriac Copies, and with the Greek Interpreters, and Vulgar Latin Translation. By John Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1634)

7               Observations, Natural and Moral.  With a short Treatise of the Numbers, Weights, and Measures, used by the Hebrews; with the Valuation of them according to the Measures of the Greeks and Romans. For the Clearing of Sundry places of Scripture in which these Weights and Measures are Set Down by way of Allusion. By John Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1633)

8               The Christian Synagogue. Wherein is Contained the Diverse Reading, the Right Pointing, Translation, and Collation of Scripture with Scripture. With the Customs of the Hebrews and Proselytes, and all of those Nations, with whom they were Conversant. Digested into Three Books. The First, showing the means both inward and outward, to attain to the knowledge of the Sense of the whole Scripture. The Second, unfolding the true sense of the Scripture itself, as also teaching the right way of gathering Doctrines from any Text of Scripture. The Third, teaching the true manner of Confirmation, Illustration, and Application of Doctrines, rightly gathered from the true Sense of Scripture. Serving generally for a help to the understanding of all, that desire to know and obey the will of God in Holy Writ; But more especially for all young Students in Divinity, that they may more easily understand the Languages of Caanan and Greek, and make a profitable use of them in Preaching. The Fourth Edition, corrected and amended. With Four Tables newly added, the First of the Scripture, the Second of the Hebrew words, The Third of the Greek words explained, and the Fourth an Alphabetical Table of the chief things contained in the Book. By John Weemse, of Lathocker, in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1633)

9               The Portrait of the Image of God in Man. In his Three Estates, of Creation, Restoration, and Glorification. Digested in two parts. The first Containing, the Image of God both in the Body and Soul of Man, and Immortality of both: With a description of the several members of the Body: And the two principal faculties of the soul, the Understanding and the Will; in which consisteth his knowledge, and liberty of his will. The second Containing, the Passions of Man in the Concupiscible and irascible Part of the Soul: his dominion over the creatures; also a description of his active and contemplative life; with his conjunct or married estate. Whereunto is Annexed an Explication of Sundry Natural and Moral Observations, for the clearing of divers Scriptures.  All set down by way of Collation, and cleared by sundry distinctions, both out of the Schoolmen, and modern Writers. The Second Edition, corrected and enlarged. By John Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, Preacher of Christ's Gospel. (1632)

 



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1               Home Worship: A Series of Topical Prayers for use in the Family Circle. By the Late James W.   Weir, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. (1879)

2               In Memoriam. James Wallace Weir, Born, August 9, 1805, Died, March 14, 1878. (1878)

3               Memorial of Mrs. Hanna A. Weir, Wife of James W. Weir, delivered on February 15, 1872. (1872) (Author: Robinson, Thomas Hastings, 1828-1906 Subject: Weir, Mrs. Hanna A., 1799-1872)

4               The Closet Companion; or, Manual of Prayer: Consisting of Topics and brief Forms of Prayer, designed to assist Christians in their Devotions. With an Introduction by Albert Barnes. Fourth Edition. (1854)

 


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1               Account of the Life and Writings of Thomas Brown, M.D., Late Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. By the Rev. David Welsh, Minister of Crossmichael. (1825)

2               Elements of Church History: Comprising the External History of the Church during the First Three Centuries. (1844)

3               Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind. (1860) (Author: Thomas Brown, David Welsh, and Thomas Chalmers)

4               Pastoral Address to Emigrants. (microfilm) (1839)

5               Sermons by the Late Reverend David Welsh, D.D. With a Memoir by A. Dunlop, Esquire, Advocate. (1846)

 


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1               A Collection of Lectures and Sermons, Preached upon Several Subjects, Mostly in the Time of the Persecution; wherein a Faithful and Doctrinal Testimony is Transmitted to Posterity for the Doctrine, Worship, Discipline, and Government of the Church of Scotland, against Popery, Erastianism, Etc., by these Faithful Ministers of Jesus Christ, Mr. William Guthrie, Mr. Michael Bruce, Mr. John Welwood, Mr. Richard Cameron, Mr. Donald Cargill, Mr. Alex Peden, and Mr. Alex Shields. To which are added, some Sacramental Discourses, by Mr. John Livingston, Minister of Stranraer; and Mr. John Welch, and a Sermon, on the Breach of Covenant, by Mr. John Guthrie, Minister of Tarbolton. Isaiah 3:7-How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth salvation. (1809) (Author: Guthrie, William, 1620-1665; Howie, John, 1735-1793; Bruce, Michael, 1634 or 5-1693; Welwood, John, 1649?-1679; Cameron, Richard, 1657 or 8-1680; Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681; Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686; Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700; Livingston, John, 1603-1672; Welch, John, 1568?-1622; Guthrie, John, 1632-1669)

2               Forty-Eight Select Sermons, Preached by that Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ Mr. John Welch, some time Minister of the Gospel in Ayr; The two last were delivered as his Farewell Sermons, immediately before he was imprisoned for the Cause and Gospel of Jesus Christ. To which is added, the History of his Life and Sufferings, with some Prophetical Letters. (1811)

3               Life of John Welch, Minister of Ayr: Including Illustrations of the Contemporary Ecclesiastical                   History of Scotland and France. By the Late Rev. James Young. With a Biographical Sketch of the                 Author. (1866)

4               The History of the Life and Death of Mr. John Welch, Minister of the Gospel at Ayr. (1735)

5               The Miscellany of the Wodrow Society: Containing Tracts and Original Letters, Chiefly relating to           the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Selected                and Edited by David Laing, Esquire. Volume First. (1844) (Author: Laing, David, 1793-1878, ed)                   (Pages 541-564 Contain Letters of Mr. John Welsch, Minister of Ayr, to Robert Boyd of Trochrig,               1607-1619.)

 


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1               Hon. Walter Lowrie. (1869) (Subject: Lowrie, Walter, 1784-1868)

2               Saved by Grace; or, The Last Week in the Life of Davis Johnson, Jr. By John D. Wells, D.D., Senior              Pastor of the South Third Street Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, E. D., New York. (1888)               (Subject: Johnson, Davis, 1837-1857; Conversion (Christian); Prayer -- Efficacy)

3               The Last Week in the Life of Davis Johnson, Jr. By J. D. Wells, Pastor of the South Third Street   Presbyterian Church, Williamsburgh, Long Island. (1862) (Subject: Johnson, Davis, 1837-1857;             Conversion (Christian); Prayer -- Efficacy)

4               The Pastor in the Sick-Room. Three Lectures Delivered at Princeton Theological Seminary, March, 1892. By John D. Wells, D.D., Senior Pastor of South Third Street Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York. (1893)

 


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1               A Spiritual and Most Precious Pearl, Teaching All Men to Love and Embrace the Cross as a most              Sweet and Necessary thing unto the Soul. By Otho Wermullerus. Translated into English by Miles                   Coverdale. (1838)

2               Remains of Myles Coverdale, Bishop of Exeter. Containing: I. Prologues to the Translation of the             Bible. II. Treatise on Death; Translated from Otto Werdmuller. III. Hope of the Faithful;     Translated from Otto Werdmuller. IV. Exhortation to the Carrying of Christ's Cross; Translated                 from Otto Werdmuller. V. Exposition upon the Twenty-Second Psalm. VI. Confutation of the           Treatise of John Standish. VII. Defense of a Certain Poor Christian Man. VIII. Letters. IX. Ghostly          Psalms and Spiritual Songs. Edited for The Parker Society, by the Rev. George Pearson, B.D.,     Rector of Castle Camps, and Late Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge. (1846)               (Author: Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568; Pearson, George)

 


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1               A Discourse of Logomacys, or, Controversies about Words, so Common among Learned Men. To which is added,  a Dissertation Concerning Meteors of Style or False Sublimity. Both written in Latin, by Samuel Werenfelsius of Basil, and Translated into English. (1711)

 


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1               A Directory for Church-Government and Ordination of Ministers, to be examined against the Next General Assembly. (1647)

2               A Directory for the Public Worship of God throughout the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Together with an Ordinance of Parliament for the taking away of the Book of Common-Prayer and for establishing and observing of this present Directory throughout the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales. With Propositions Concerning Church-Government, and Ordination of Ministers. (1651)

3               A History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. Embracing an Account of its Principal Transactions, and Biographical Sketches of its Most Conspicuous Members. Compiled for the Board of Publication from the best Authorities. (1841)

4               Addresses at the Celebration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Westminster Assembly by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (1898) (Author: Roberts, William Henry, 1844-1920 Subject: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. 1898) (Opening sermon, by Sheldon Jackson.--Presentation of portrait of Alexander Henderson, by Wm. C. Gray.--Alexander Henderson, by W. H. Roberts.--The civil and religious conditions of the times of the Westminster Assembly, by S. J. Niccolls--The story of the Westminster Assembly, by Geo. Norcross.--The fundamental doctrines of the Westminster confession and catechisms, by J. D. Moffat.--The Westminster polity and worship, by R.F. Coyle--The Westminster Assembly, the men and their work, by Wallace Radcliffe.--The American Presbyterian church and the adopting acts, by B.L. Agnew.--The Presbyterian churches and the people, by J. A. Beaver.--The Presbyterian churches and education, by John Eaton.--Presbyterianism and its influence upon society through its emphasis upon childhood and youth, by N. D. Hillis.--The Presbyterian churches and home missions, by G.L. Spining.--The Presbyterian churches and foreign missions, by R.E. Speer.--The Westminster standards and the formation of the American republic, by W.H. Roberts. Alumni Alcove copy from library of B. B. Warfield.)

5               Assembly's Shorter Catechism, Rescued from the late Reviser and Vindicator: Being a Large Defense of the most Excellent Compendium of Divinity: To which is added a Postscript, dedicated to the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters at Hackney, now under the Pastoral care of the Reverend Mr. Barker. Containing a very Particular Answer to Mr. Gibb’s Letter. (1738)

6               Catechisms of the Second Reformation. Part I. The Shorter Catechism of the Westminster Assembly and its Puritan Precursors. Part II. Rutherfurd's and other Scottish Catechisms of the same Epoch. With Historical Introduction and Biographical Notices. By Alexander F. Mitchell, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of St. Andrews. (1886) (Author: Mitchell, Alexander F. (Alexander Ferrier), 1822-1899)

7               Exposition and Defense of the Westminster Assembly's Confession of Faith: Being the Draught of the "Overture" Prepared by a Committee of the Associate Reformed Synod, in 1783. A New Edition: With an Introduction and Notes, by Rev. David McDill, D.D. (1855) (Author: Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. [from old catalog]; Annan, Robert, 1742-1819. [from old catalog]
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Westminster Confession of Faith)

8               Memoirs of the Lives and Writings of those Eminent Divines, who Convened in the Famous Assembly at Westminster, in the Seventeenth Century. By James Reid, Minister of the Gospel. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1811) (Author: Reid, James)

9               Memoirs of the Lives and Writings of those Eminent Divines, who Convened in the Famous Assembly at Westminster, in the Seventeenth Century. By James Reid, Minister of the Gospel. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1815) (Author: Reid, James)

10            Memorial Volume of the Westminster Assembly. 1647-1897. Containing Eleven Addresses Delivered before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, at Charlotte, North Carolina, in May, 1897. In Commemoration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Westminster Assembly, and the formation of the Westminster Standards. Published by the direction of the General Assembly of 1897. (1897)

11            Minutes of the Sessions of the Westminster Assembly of Divines while engaged in preparing their Directory for Church Government, Confession of Faith, and Catechisms. (November 1644 to March 1649.) From Transcripts of the Originals procured by a Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Edited for the Committee by the Rev. Alex. F. Mitchell, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of St. Andrews and the Rev. John Struthers, LL.D., Minister of Prestonpans. (1874) (Author: Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Mitchell, Alexander Ferrier, 1822-1899; Struthers, John Paterson, d. 1915)

12            Propositions Concerning Church Government and Ordination of Ministers. (1647)

13            Select Memoirs of the Lives, Labors, and Sufferings, of those Pious and Learned English and Scottish Divines, who greatly Distinguished themselves in Promoting the Reformation from Popery; In Translating the Bible; And in Promulgating its Salutary Doctrines by their Numerous Evangelical Writings; And who Ultimately Crowned the Venerable Edifice with the Celebrated Westminster Confession of Faith, etc., etc., etc. By Thomas Smith. (1827) (Author: Smith, Thomas, of Glasgow)

14            The Reasons Presented by the Dissenting Brethren against certain Propositions concerning Presbyterial Government. And the Proofs of them Voted by the Assembly of Divines, sitting by authority of Parliament, at Westminster. Together with the Answer of the Assembly of Divines to those Reasons of Dissent. (1648)

15            The Book of Common Prayer , as amended by the Westminster Divines, A. D. 1661. Edited by Charles W. Shields, D.D., with a Historical and Liturgical Treatise. (1867) (Author: Shields, Charles W. (Charles Woodruff), 1825-1904) (The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, as amended by the Westminster Divines in the Royal Commission of 1661, and in agreement with The Directory for Public Worship of The Presbyterian Church in The United States. 1864.)

16            The Confession of Faith, and the Larger and Shorter Catechism, First agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, and now approved by the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, to be a part of Uniformity in Religion, between the Kirks of Christ in the Three Kingdoms. Together with the Solemn League and Covenant of the Three Kingdoms. First Printed at Edenburg and now reprinted at London for the Company of Stationers. (1651)

17            The Confession of Faith, Together with the Larger and Lesser Catechisms, Composed by the Reverend Assembly of Divines sitting at Westminster, Presented to both Houses of Parliament. Lately Published with the Scriptures at large, for the benefit of Masters of Families. With an Epistle by several Ministers recommending this excellent Work to them. (1658)

18            The Confession of Faith; The Larger and Shorter Catechisms, with the Scripture Proofs at large: Together with the Sum of Saving Knowledge, (Contained in the Holy Scriptures, and held forth in the Said Confession and Catechisms,) and Practical use thereof; Covenants, National and Solemn League; Acknowledgment of Sins, and Engagement to Duties; Directories for Public and Family Worship; Form of Church Government, etc. of Public Authority in the Church of Scotland; With Acts of Assembly and Parliament, relative to, and Approbative of, the same. (1855) (Author: Church of Scotland; Westminster Assembly (1643-1652))

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

20            The Humble Advice of the Assembly of Divines, by Authority of Parliament sitting at Westminster; Concerning a Confession of Faith: With the Quotations and Texts of Scripture Annexed. Presented by them lately, to both Houses of Parliament; Now Published with Scriptures at length, for the good of Families. (1658)

 



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1               Sketches of Church History. Comprising the Most Important and Interesting Events in Church History, from the Birth of Christ to the Nineteenth Century. By the Rev. James Wharey. A New Edition Revised and Corrected. (1850)

 


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1               A Continuation of the Narrative of the State, and of the Indian Charity-School, at Lebanon, in Connecticut; from November 27, 1762, to September 3, 1765. By Eleazar Wheelock, A.M., Pastor of a Church in Lebanon. (1765) (Subject: Moor's Indian Charity School; Dartmouth College)

2               A Continuation of the Narrative of the Indian Charity-School, in Lebanon in Connecticut, New England, Founded and Carried on by the Reverend Dr. Eleazar Wheelock. With an Appendix, Containing the Declaration of the Trustees of the Charity; A List of the Names of the Subscribers; An Account of Monies Received and Paid; Together with Dr. Wheelock's Annual Account of his Receipts and Disbursements. (1769) (Subject: Moor's Indian Charity School; Dartmouth College)

3               A Continuation of the Narrative of the Indian Charity-School, in Lebanon, in Connecticut; From the Year 1768, to the Incorporation of it with Dartmouth-College, and Removal and Settlement of it in Hanover, in the Province of New Hampshire, 1771. By Eleazer Wheelock, D.D., President of Dartmouth-College. (1771) (Subject: Moor's Indian Charity School; Dartmouth College)

4               A Continuation of the Narrative of the Indian Charity-School, Begun in Lebanon, in Connecticut; Now Incorporated with Dartmouth-College in Hanover, in the Province of New Hampshire. By Eleazer Wheelock, D.D., President of Dartmouth-College. (1773) (Subject: Moor's Indian Charity School; Dartmouth College)

5               A Continuation of the Narrative of the Indian Charity-School, Begun in Lebanon, in Connecticut; Now Incorporated with Dartmouth-College in Hanover, in the Province of New Hampshire. With a Dedication to the Honorable Trust in London. To which is added an Account of Missions in the last Year, in an Abstract from the Journal of the Reverend Mr. Frisbie, Missionary. By Eleazer Wheelock, D.D., President of Dartmouth-College. (1775) (Subject: Moor's Indian Charity School; Dartmouth College)

6               A Plain and Faithful Narrative of the Original Design, Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Indian Charity-School at Lebanon, in Connecticut. By Eleazar Wheelock, A.M., Pastor of a Church in Lebanon. (1763) (Subject: Moor's Indian Charity School; Dartmouth College)

7               Memoirs of the Rev. Eleazar Wheelock, D.D., Founder and President of Dartmouth College and Moor's Charity School; With a Summary History of the College and School. To which are added, Copious Extracts from Dr. Wheelock's Correspondence. By David M'Clure, D.D., S.H.S., Pastor of a Church in East Windsor, Connecticut and Elijah Parish, D.D>, Pastor of the Church in Byfield, Massachusetts. (1811) (Author: M'Clure, David, 1748-1820; Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825 Subject: Wheelock, Eleazar, 1711-1779; Dartmouth College)

 


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1               The Testimony of a Number of New England-Ministers met at Boston, on Sept. 25, 1745. Professing the Ancient Faith of These Churches; Inviting other who Hold it to Unite in Professing and Maintaining the Same; Reciting and Recommending an Excellent Act Concerning Preaching Lately made by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. (1745)

 


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1               A Catechism of Christian Doctrine. By Thomas White, Gentleman. Second Edition, Corrected and           Enlarged. (1659)

 



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1               Rev. William S. White, D. D., and His Times. (1800-1873.) An Autobiography. Edited by his Son,                  Rev. H. M. White, D.D., Pastor of the Loudoun-Street Presbyterian Church, Winchester, Virginia.        (1891) (Author: White, William S. (William Spotswood), 1800-1873; White, H. M. (Henry Martyn))

2               Sketches of the Life of Captain Hugh Augustus White, of the Stonewall Brigade. By his Father. (1862) (Author: White, William S. (William Spotswood), 1800-1873 Subject: White, Hugh A. (Hugh Augustus), 1840-1862)

 


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1               Anecdotes, Illustrative of a Select Passage in Each Chapter of the Old Testament. Second Edition. (1836)

2               The Assembly's Shorter Catechism, Illustrated by Appropriate Anecdotes; Chiefly designed to assist Parents and Sabbath School Teachers, in the Instruction of Youth. By John Whitecross, Teacher, Edinburgh. New Edition. (1848)

 


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1               A Collection of Hymns for Social Worship, most particularly designed for the use of the                Tabernacle and Chapel Congregations. A New Edition. (1801)

2               A Select Collection of Letters of the Late Reverend George Whitefield, M.A., of Pembroke-         College, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon; Written to       his most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,        from the Year 1734, to 1770. Including the whole Period of his Ministry. With an Account of the        Orphan-House in Georgia, to the Time of his Death. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1772)   (Subject: Whitefield, George, 1714-1770; Bethesda Home for Boys (Savannah, Ga.); Clergy --          Georgia Savannah)

3               A Select Collection of Letters of the Late Reverend George Whitefield, M.A., of Pembroke-         College, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon; Written to       his most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,        from the Year 1734, to 1770. Including the whole Period of his Ministry. With an Account of the        Orphan-House in Georgia, to the Time of his Death. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1772)   (Subject: Whitefield, George, 1714-1770; Bethesda Home for Boys (Savannah, Ga.); Clergy --          Georgia Savannah)

4               A Select Collection of Letters of the Late Reverend George Whitefield, M.A., of Pembroke-         College, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon; Written to       his most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,        from the Year 1734, to 1770. Including the whole Period of his Ministry. With an Account of the        Orphan-House in Georgia, to the Time of his Death. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1772)   (Subject: Whitefield, George, 1714-1770; Bethesda Home for Boys (Savannah, Ga.); Clergy --          Georgia Savannah)

5               An Apology for the Presbyterians of Scotland Who are Hearers of the Reverend Mr. George       Whitefield, Showing that their keeping Communion with him, in the Ordinances of the Gospel,    stands justified by the Principles and Practice of the Church of Scotland from the Reformation to           this Day, especially by the Westminster Confession of Faith, and Solemn League and Covenant.     (1742)

6               John Wesley and George Whitefield in Scotland; or, The Influence of the Oxford Methodists on                Scottish Religion. By the Rev. D. Butler, M.A., Abernethy. (1898) (Author: Butler, Dugald
            Subject:
Wesley, John, 1703-1791; Whitefield, George, 1714-1770)

7               Sermons on Various Subjects. Viz. I. Of our New Birth in Christ Jesus. II. On Religious Society. III.               On the Benefits of an Early Piety. IV. On Self-Denial. V. On Intercession. VI. The Almost-Christian.      VII. On Justification. VIII. Of the Heinous Sin of profane Cursing and Swearing. IX. On the great                    Duty of Family Religion. X. Thankfulness for Mercies received a necessary Duty. (1739)

8               Sketches of the Life and Labors of the Rev. George Whitefield. To which are added, Two               Discourses, Preached in the Year 1739. Issued by the Committee of the General Assembly of the         Free Church of Scotland, for the Publication of the Works of Scottish Reformers and Divines.    (177?)

9               The Declaration of the True Presbyterians within the Kingdom of Scotland; Concerning Mr.       George Whitefield, and the Work at Cambuslang. (1742) (Author: Wilson, William, 1690-1741
            Subject:
Whitefield, George, 1714-1770)

10            The Life and Times of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. By Robert Philip. (1838) (Author: Philip, Robert, 1791-1858)

11            The Life of the Rev. George Whitefield, B.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. By Rev. Luke                  Tyerman. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1876) (Author: Tyerman, Luke, 1819 or 20-1889)

12            The Life of the Rev. George Whitefield, B.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. By Rev. Luke                  Tyerman. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1877) (Author: Tyerman, Luke, 1819 or 20-1889)

13            The Testimony of the President, Professors, Tutors, and Hebrew Instructor of Harvard College in            Cambridge, Against the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, and his Conduct. (1744)

14            The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. Late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and      Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon. Containing All his Sermons and      Tracts which have been already Published: With a Select Collection of Letters, Written to his                   most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,           from the Year 1734, to 1770, including the whole Period of his Ministry. Also some other Pieces              on Important Subjects, never before printed; prepared by Himself for the Press. To which is     prefixed, an Account of his Life, compiled from his Original Papers and Letters. In Six Volumes.       Volume 1 (1771)

15            The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. Late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and      Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon. Containing All his Sermons and      Tracts which have been already Published: With a Select Collection of Letters, Written to his                   most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,           from the Year 1734, to 1770, including the whole Period of his Ministry. Also some other Pieces              on Important Subjects, never before printed; prepared by Himself for the Press. To which is     prefixed, an Account of his Life, compiled from his Original Papers and Letters. In Six Volumes.       Volume 2 (1771)

16            The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. Late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and      Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon. Containing All his Sermons and      Tracts which have been already Published: With a Select Collection of Letters, Written to his                   most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,           from the Year 1734, to 1770, including the whole Period of his Ministry. Also some other Pieces              on Important Subjects, never before printed; prepared by Himself for the Press. To which is     prefixed, an Account of his Life, compiled from his Original Papers and Letters. In Six Volumes.       Volume 3 (1771)

17            The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. Late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and      Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon. Containing All his Sermons and      Tracts which have been already Published: With a Select Collection of Letters, Written to his                   most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,           from the Year 1734, to 1770, including the whole Period of his Ministry. Also some other Pieces              on Important Subjects, never before printed; prepared by Himself for the Press. To which is     prefixed, an Account of his Life, compiled from his Original Papers and Letters. In Six Volumes.       Volume 4 (1771)

18            The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. Late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and      Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon. Containing All his Sermons and      Tracts which have been already Published: With a Select Collection of Letters, Written to his                   most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,           from the Year 1734, to 1770, including the whole Period of his Ministry. Also some other Pieces              on Important Subjects, never before printed; prepared by Himself for the Press. To which is     prefixed, an Account of his Life, compiled from his Original Papers and Letters. In Six Volumes.       Volume 5 (1772)

19            The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. Late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and      Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Countess of Huntingdon. Containing All his Sermons and      Tracts which have been already Published: With a Select Collection of Letters, Written to his                   most intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America,           from the Year 1734, to 1770, including the whole Period of his Ministry. Also some other Pieces              on Important Subjects, never before printed; prepared by Himself for the Press. To which is     prefixed, an Account of his Life, compiled from his Original Papers and Letters. In Six Volumes.       Volume 6 (1772)

 


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1               A Journal of the Swedish Embassy in the Years 1653 and 1654. Impartially Written by the Ambassador Bulstrode Whitelocke. First Published from the Original Manuscript by Dr. Charles Morton, M.D., F.S.A., Librarian of the British Museum. A New Edition, Revised by Henry Reeve, Esquire, F.S.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1855) (Author: Bulstrode Whitelocke , Charles Morton , Henry Reeve)

2               A Journal of the Swedish Embassy in the Years 1653 and 1654. Impartially Written by the Ambassador Bulstrode Whitelocke. First Published from the Original Manuscript by Dr. Charles Morton, M.D., F.S.A., Librarian of the British Museum. A New Edition, Revised by Henry Reeve, Esquire, F.S.A. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1855) (Author: Bulstrode Whitelocke , Charles Morton , Henry Reeve)

3               Memoirs, Biographical and Historical, of Bulstrode Whitelocke, Lord Commissioner of the Great Seal, and Ambassador at the Court of Sweden, at the Period of the Commonwealth. By R. H. Whitelocke, Professor Royal of Wurtemberg. (1860) (Author: Whitelocke, R. E)

 


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1               The Works of John Strype Volume 25 (The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. The Third and Last Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. The Whole Digested, Compiled, and Attested from Records, Registers, Original Letters, and Other Authentic Manuscripts Taken from the Choicest Libraries and Collections of the Kingdom. Together with a Large Appendix of the said Papers. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 1.[Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3].) (1822)

2               The Works of John Strype Volume 26 (The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. The Third and Last Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. The Whole Digested, Compiled, and Attested from Records, Registers, Original Letters, and Other Authentic Manuscripts Taken from the Choicest Libraries and Collections of the Kingdom. Together with a Large Appendix of the said Papers. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 2.[Book 4].) (1822)

3               The Works of John Strype Volume 27 (The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D. The Third and Last               Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. The Whole Digested, Compiled,           and Attested from Records, Registers, Original Letters, and Other Authentic Manuscripts Taken             from the Choicest Libraries and Collections of the Kingdom. Together with a Large Appendix of                   the said Papers. In Four Books. By John Strype, M.A. Volume 3.[An Appendix to the Life and Acts     of John Whitgift, D.D. Containing Records, Letters, and other Original Writings, referred to in the           Foregoing History].) (1822)

4               The Works of John Whitgift D. D., Master of Trinity College, Dean of Lincoln, etc., afterwards    successively, Bishop of Worcester, and Archbishop of Canterbury. Edited for The Parker Society,           by the Rev. John Ayre, M.A. of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Minister of St. John's       Chapel, Hampstead. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1851) (The Defense of the Answer to the                    Admonition against the reply of Thomas Cartwright: Tractates I-VI.) (Author: Whitgift, John,             1530?-1604; Ayre, John, 1801-1869 Subject: Cartwright, Thomas, 1535-1603)

5               The Works of John Whitgift D. D., Master of Trinity College, Dean of Lincoln, etc., afterwards    successively, Bishop of Worcester, and Archbishop of Canterbury. Edited for The Parker Society,           by the Rev. John Ayre, M.A. of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Minister of St. John's       Chapel, Hampstead. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1852) (The Defense of the Answer to the                    Admonition against the reply of Thomas Cartwright: Tractates VII-X.) (Author: Whitgift, John,             1530?-1604; Ayre, John, 1801-1869 Subject: Cartwright, Thomas, 1535-1603)

6               The Works of John Whitgift D. D., Master of Trinity College, Dean of Lincoln, etc., afterwards    successively, Bishop of Worcester, and Archbishop of Canterbury. Edited for The Parker Society,           by the Rev. John Ayre, M.A. of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Minister of St. John's       Chapel, Hampstead. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1853) (The Defense of the Answer to the                    Admonition against the reply of Thomas Cartwright: Tractates XI-XXIII.) (Author: Whitgift, John,             1530?-1604; Ayre, John, 1801-1869 Subject: Cartwright, Thomas, 1535-1603)

 



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1               A Contribution toward a Bibliography of Marcus Whitman, The Washington Historical Quarterly. Volume 1 & 2 (1906) (Author: Smith, Charles W. (Charles Wesley), b. 1877)

2               A Contribution toward a Bibliography of Marcus Whitman, The Washington Historical Quarterly. Volume 3 & 4 (1908) (Author: Smith, Charles W. (Charles Wesley), b. 1877)

3               A Contribution toward a Bibliography of Marcus Whitman, The Washington Historical Quarterly. Volume 5 & 6 (1914) (Author: Smith, Charles W. (Charles Wesley), b. 1877)

4               A Courier of Empire; A Story of Marcus Whitman's Ride to Save Oregon. By John H. Whitson. Illustrated by Chase Emerson. (1904) (Author: Whitson, John Harvey, 1854-1936 Subject: Whitman, Marcus, 1802-1847; Oregon -- History To 1859 Fiction)

5               A Survivor's Recollections of the Whitman Massacre, by Matilda J. Sager Delaney. (1920) (Author: Sager, Matilda, 1839-1928)

6               Acquisition of Oregon and the Long Suppressed Evidence about Marcus Whitman. By Principal William Isaac Marshall of Chicago. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1911) (Author: Marshall, William Isaac)

7               Acquisition of Oregon and the Long Suppressed Evidence about Marcus Whitman. By Principal William Isaac Marshall of Chicago. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1911) (Author: Marshall, William Isaac)

8               Authentic Account of the Murder of Dr. Whitman and other Missionaries, by the Cayuse Indians of Oregon, in 1847, and the Causes which led to that Horrible Catastrophe. By the very Rev. J. B. A. Brouillet. Second Edition. (1869) (Author: Brouillet, J. B. A. (Jean Baptiste Abraham), 1813-1884)

9               Heroes of the Cross in America. By Don Odell Shelton. (1904) (Author: Shelton, Don O. (Don Odell), 1867-1941 Subject: Whitman, Marcus, 1802-1847; Brainerd, David, 1718-1747; Peck, John Mason, 1789-1858; Dyer, John Lewis, 1812-; Ward, Joseph) (David Brainerd -- John Mason Peck -- Marcus Whitman -- John L. Dyer -- Joseph Ward -- America's greatest need -- Appendix.)

10            How Marcus Whitman Saved Oregon. A True Story of Patriotic Heroism, Christian Devotion, and Final Martyrdom, with Sketches of Life on the Plains and Mountains in Pioneer Days. By Oliver W. Nixon, M.D., LL.D., for Seventeen Years President and Literary Editor of the Chicago Inter Ocean. Introduction by Rev. Frank W. Gunsaulus, D.D., LL.D. (1895) (Author: Nixon, Oliver Woodson, 1825-1905.)

11            Marcus Whitman; Pathfinder and Patriot, by Myron Eells. (1909) (Author: Eells, Myron, 1843-1907)

12            Marcus Whitman and the Early Days of Oregon. By William A. Mowry, Ph.D., Honorary Member of the Oregon Historical Society, Member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, and of the American Historical Association. (1901) (Author: Mowry, William A. (William Augustus), 1829-1917)

13            Marcus Whitman, M. D. Proofs of his work in Saving Oregon to the United States and in Promoting the Immigration of 1843. By Rev. M. Eells. (1883) (Author: Eells, Myron, 1843-1907)

14            Missionary Explorers among the American Indians. (1913) (Author: Humphreys, Mary Gay, d. 1915) (John Eliot, apostle to the Indians.- Samson Occum, Mohegan.- David Brainerd, missionary to the forest.- Marcus Whitman, pathfinder and patriot.- Stephen Riggs, forty years with the Sioux.- John Lewis Dyer, snow-shoe itinerant.)

15            Some Forgotten Heroes and their Place in American History. By Edward Alexander Powell. (1922) (Author: Powell, Edward Alexander, 1879- [from old catalog]
Subject:
Laffite, Jean; Reid, Samuel Chester, 1783-1861; Smith, Jedediah Strong, 1799-1831; Whitman, Marcus, 1802-1847. [from old catalog]; Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811)

16            The Road to Glory. By Edward Alexander Powell. (1915) (Author: Powell, E. Alexander (Edward Alexander), 1879- Subject: Whitman, Marcus, 1802-1847; United States Naval Expedition to Japan (1852-1854); Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811; Creek War, 1813-1814; Qualla Battoo, Sumatra, Attack on, 1832; Doniphan's Expedition, 1846-1847)

17            The Story of Marcus Whitman; Early Protestant Missions in the Northwest. By Rev. J. G. Craighead, D.D. (1895) (Author: Craighead, J. G. (James Geddes), 1823-1895)

18            Whitman's Ride through Savage Lands, with Sketches of Indian Life. By Oliver Woodson Nixon, M.D., LL.D., Introduction by James G. K. McClure, D.D., LL.D. (1905) (Author: Nixon, Oliver Woodson, 1825-1905)

19            Why our Flag Floats over Oregon; or, The Conquest of our great Northwest. By Leavitt H. Hallock, D.D. (1911) (Author: Hallock, Leavitt Homan, 1842- [from old catalog] Subject: Whitman, Marcus, 1802-1847. [from old catalog])

 


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1               The Mother’s Magazine. Volume 1 (1833)

2               The Mother’s Magazine. Volume 6 (1838)

3               The Mother’s Magazine. Volume 9 (1841)

 


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1               A Brief Discourse of the Troubles Begun at Frankfort, in the Year 1554, about the Book of Common Prayer and Ceremonies. Reprinted from the Black-Letter Edition of 1575, with an Introduction. (1846)

2               Life of Mr. William Whittingham, Dean of Durham, from a Manuscript in Anthony Wood's Collection, Bodleian Library, Oxford. With an Appendix of Original Documents from the Record Office. Edited by Mary Anne Everett Green. (1870) (Author: Green, Mary Anne Everett Wood, 1818-1895; Whittingham, William, d. 1579)

3               The Camden Miscellany, Volume the Sixth: Containing Life of Mr. William Whittingham, Dean of Durham, from a Manuscript in Anthony Wood's Collection, Bodleian Library. The Earl of Bristol's Defense of his Negotiations in Spain. From Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library and the Public Record Office. Journal of Sir Francis Walsingham from December 1570 to April 1583. From the Original Manuscript in the Possession of Lieutenant-Colonel Carew. (1871) (Author: Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, 1829-1902; Martin, Charles Trice, d. 1914 Subject: Whittingham, William, d. 1579; Walsingham, Francis, Sir, 1530?-1590; Bristol, John Digby, Earl of, 1580-1654)

 


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1               A Commentary on the Shorter Catechism. (19??)

2               Biblical Characters. In Six Volumes. Volume 1  (1896) (Adam to Achan)

3               Biblical Characters. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1896) (Gideon to Absalom)

4               Biblical Characters. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1896) (Ahithophel to Nehemiah)

5               Biblical Characters. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1896) (Joseph and Mary to James the Lord's       Brother)

6               Biblical Characters. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1901) (Stephen to Timothy)

7               Biblical Characters. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1905) (Our Lord's Characters)

8               Bishop Butler; An Appreciation with the Best Passages of his Writings selected and arranged by             Alexander Whyte, D.D. (1903) (Author: Whyte, Alexander, 1836-1921; Butler, Joseph, 1692-  1752)

9               Bunyan's Characters in The Pilgrim's Progress. Series 1 (1903) (Subject: Bunyan, John, 1628-            1688)

10            Bunyan's Characters in The Pilgrim's Progress. Series 2 (19??) (Subject: Bunyan, John, 1628- 1688)

11            Characters and Characteristics of William Law: Nonjuror and Mystic. Selected and Arranged with         an Introduction by Alexander Whyte, D.D., of St. George's Free Church, Edinburgh. (1893)               (Author: Law, William, 1686-1761; Whyte, Alexander, 1836-1921)

12            Father John of the Greek Church: An Appreciation with Some Characteristic Passages of His Mystical and Spiritual Autobiography. (1898) (Subject: John, of Kronstadt, Saint, 1829-1909)

13            Lancelot Andrewes and his Private Devotions; A Biography, a Transcript, and an Interpretation. (1896) (Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626)

14            Memoirs of the Rev. James Fraser of Brea, A.D. 1639-1698. (Written by Himself.) With an Introductory Note by Rev. Alexander Whyte, D.D., Free St. George's, Edinburgh. Also, Short Sketch of Fraser by Rev. Gustavus Aird, D.D., of Creich, N.B. (1891) (Author: Fraser, James, 1639-1699; Whyte, Alexander, 1836-1921; Aird, Gustavus)

15            Newman; An Appreciation in two Lectures: With the Choicest Passages of his Writings selected and arranged by Alexander Whyte, D.D. The Appendix contains Six of his Eminence's Letters not hitherto published. (1902) (Subject: Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890)

16            Lord Teach us to Pray: Sermons on Prayer. (1922)

17            Samuel Rutherford and Some of His Correspondents. Lectures Delivered in St. George's Free Church, Edinburgh: By Alexander Whyte, D.D.(1894) (Subject: Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661)

18            Santa Teresa; An Appreciation. With some of the best passages of the Saint's Writings Selected, Adapted, and Arranged by Alexander Whyte, D.D. (1897) (Subject: Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582)

19            Sir Thomas Browne; An Appreciation with some of the best Passages of the Physician's Writings selected and arranged by Alexander Whyte, D.D. (1898) (Author: Whyte, Alexander, 1836-1921; Browne, Thomas, Sir, 1605-1682)

20            The Apostle Paul. (1903)

21            The Duty of Prayer. Illustrated and Recommended from Scripture, and from the Opinions and Conduct of Uninspired Persons. From the Second Aberdeen Edition. By the Rev. Alexander Whyte, A.M., Minister of Fettercairn. (microfilm) (1865)

22            The Four Temperaments. (1895)

23            The Walk, Conversation, and Character of Jesus Christ Our Lord. (1905)

24            Thirteen Appreciations. (1913) (1. St. Theresa. 2. Jacob Behman. 3. Bishop Andrewes. 4. Samuel Rutherford. 5. Thomas Shepard. 6. William Guthrie. 7 James Fraser. 8. Thomas Goodwin. 9. Sir Thomas Browne. 10 William Law. ll. Bishop Butler. 12. Cardinal Newman. 13. John Wesley.)

25            With Mercy and with Judgment. (N.D.)

 



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1               A Short Vindication of Presbytery: With Twelve Essays on the Church. By the Late George            Whytock, Minister of the Associate Congregation, Dalkeith. Edited by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie,            Edinburgh. (1843) (Author: Whytock, George, 1750-1805; McCrie, Thomas, 1797-1875, ed)

 


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1               A Summary of the History of San Francisco Theological Seminary. By the Rev. Edward Arthur      Wicher, D.D., Robert Dollar Professor of the New Testament Interpretation. (1921) (Subject:          San Francisco Theological Seminary; Presbyterian theological seminaries)

 


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1               Spanish Protestants in the Sixteenth Century. Compiled from the German of C. A. Wilkens,       Doctor of Theology and Philosophy, by Rachel Challice. With an Introduction by the late, most             Reverend Lord Plunket, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin. And Preface by the Rev. Canon Fleming, B.D.,            Chaplain-in-Ordinary to the Queen. (1897)

 


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1               Three Decades of Sermons Lately Preached to the University of St. Mary's Church in Oxford: By                 Henry Wilkinson, D.D., Principal of Magdalen Hall. (1660)


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1               William the Silent, by Agnes M. Miall. (1914) (Author: Miall, Agnes Mackenzie, 1892-)

2               William the Silent, by Frederic Harrison. (1897) (Author: Harrison, Frederic, 1831-1923)

3               William the Silent, by Jack Collings Squire, Late Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge. (1912)              (Author: Squire, John Collings, Sir, 1884-1958)

4               William the Silent; Prince of Orange (1533-1584) and the Revolt of the Netherlands. By Ruth    Putnam. (1911) (Author: Putnam, Ruth. [from old catalog])

5               William the Silent; Prince of Orange; The Moderate man of the Sixteenth Century. The Story of                 his Life as told from his own Letters, from those of his Friends and Enemies, and from Official           Documents. By Ruth Putnam. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1895) (Author: Putnam, Ruth, 1856-            1931)

6               William the Silent; Prince of Orange; The Moderate man of the Sixteenth Century. The Story of                 his Life as told from his own Letters, from those of his Friends and Enemies, and from Official           Documents. By Ruth Putnam. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1895) (Author: Putnam, Ruth, 1856-            1931)

7               William the Taciturn. Translated by J. P. Lacroix. From the French of L. Abelous. (1872) (Author:          Abelous, Louis David, 1823-; Lacroix, John Power, 1879-)

 


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1               Five Stuart Princesses, Margaret of Scotland, Elizabeth of Bohemia, Mary of Orange, Henrietta of Orleans, Sophia of Hanover. Edited by Robert S. Rait, Fellow and Lecturer of New College, Oxford. (1902) (Author: Rait, Robert S. (Robert Sangster), 1874-1936; Butler, Harold Edgeworth, 1878-; Hodgkin, Robert Howard, 1877-; Bridge, John Sergeant Cyprian; Cecil, Algernon, 1879-1953 Subject: Mary, Princess Royal of England and Princess of Orange, 1631-1660; Orléans, Henriette-Anne, duchesse d', 1644-1670; Sophie, consort of Ernest Augustus, Elector of Hanover, 1630-1714; Margaret, of Scotland, consort of Louis XI, King of France, 1425?-1445; Elizabeth, Queen, consort of Frederick I, King of Bohemia, 1596-1662)

2               The History of the House of Orange: William and Mary, King and Queen of England, Scotland, France, Ireland, Etc., Etc. With a Sketch of the Orange Institution to the Present Day, and the Reformation; and what it did for Scotland. (1897) (Author: R. B., 1632?-1725?
Subject:
William III, King of England, 1650-1702; Orange-Nassau, House of; Great Britain -- History William and Mary, 1689-1702)

3               The House of Orange. (1900) (Subject: William III, King of England, 1650-1702; Orange-Nassau, House of)

4               The Life of William III, Prince of Orange and King of Great Britain and Ireland. By Historicus, of Belfast, Ireland. (1876) (Author: Historicus Subject: William III, King of England, 1650-1702; Great Britain -- History William and Mary, 1689-1702)

 


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1               A Defense of Modern Calvinism: Containing an Examination of the Bishop of Lincoln's Work,     Entitled, "A Refutation of Calvinism." (1812) (Subject: Tomline, George Pretyman, Sir, Bart., Bp.      of Winchester, 1750-1827)

2               An Essay on the Equity of Divine Government, and the Sovereignty of Divine Grace. Wherein,   Particularly, the Latitudinarian Hypothesis of Indeterminate Redemption, and the Antinomian             Notion of the Divine Decrees being the Rule of Ministerial Conduct, are Carefully Examined.    (1809)

3               Antipaedobaptism Examined: or, A Strict and Impartial Inquiry into the Naturee and Design,   Subjects and Mode of Baptism. Including, also, an Investigation of the Nature of Positive                    Institutions in General, and Occasional Strictures on Human Ceremonies in Matters of Religion.            Containing, in Particular, a full reply to Mr. Booth's, 'Paedobaptism Examined.' In Two Volumes.     Volume 1 (1789)

4               Antipaedobaptism Examined: or, A Strict and Impartial Inquiry into the Naturee and Design,   Subjects and Mode of Baptism. Including, also, an Investigation of the Nature of Positive                    Institutions in General, and Occasional Strictures on Human Ceremonies in Matters of Religion.            Containing, in Particular, a full reply to Mr. Booth's, 'Paedobaptism Examined.' In Two Volumes.     Volume 2 (1789)

5               The Christian Preacher; or, Discourses on Preaching, by several Eminent Divines, English and                   Foreign. Revised and Abridged; with an Appendix on the Choice of Books. (1810)

6               The Works of the Rev. Edward Williams, D.D. Edited by Evan Davies. Volume 1 (1862) (Author:             Williams, Edward, 1750-1813; Davies, Evan, 1805-1864)

7               The Works of the Rev. Edward Williams, D.D. Edited by Evan Davies. Volume 2 (1862) (Author:             Williams, Edward, 1750-1813; Davies, Evan, 1805-1864)

8               The Works of the Rev. Edward Williams, D.D. Edited by Evan Davies. Volume 3 (1862) (Author:             Williams, Edward, 1750-1813; Davies, Evan, 1805-1864)

9               The Works of the Rev. Edward Williams, D.D. Edited by Evan Davies. Volume 4 (1862) (Author:             Williams, Edward, 1750-1813; Davies, Evan, 1805-1864)

 


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1               Christian Life in Germany, as seen in the State and in the Church. By Edward F. Williams, D.D.,                 Western Editor of the Congregationalist. (1896)

2               The Christian Religion: An Appeal for its Acceptance. (1918)

3               The Joy of the Christian Ministry. A Sermon Delivered in the Second Congregational Church,     Minneapolis, December 4th, 1883. At the Installation of the Rev. Horace C. Hovey, D.D. By Rev.           Edward F. Williams, D.D. (1883)

4               The Life of Dr. D. K. Pearsons, Friend of the Small College and of Missions. (1911) (Subject:     Pearsons, Daniel Kimball, 1820-1912)

 


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1               A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands; With remarks upon the Natural History of the Islands, Origin, Languages, Traditions, and Usages of the Inhabitants. By the Rev. John Williams, of the London Missionary Society. (1840) (Later edition was published under title: Missionary enterprises in the South-Sea Islands.)

2               Heroes of the South Seas. By Martha Burr Banks. (1896) (Author: Banks, Martha Burr
Subject:
Williams, John, 1796-1839; Patteson, John Coleridge, 1827-1871; Paton, John Gibson, 1824-1907)

3               John Williams; The Martyr Missionary of Polynesia. By Rev. James J. Ellis. (1890) (Author: Ellis, James Joseph)

4               Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. John Williams, Missionary to Polynesia. By Ebenezer Prout. (1846) (Author: Prout, Ebenezer)

5               Messengers of the Churches: First Series: Seven Pioneer Missionaries. By the Rev. Joseph Edward Sanderson, M.A. (1900) (Author: Sanderson, J. E. (Joseph Edward), 1830-1913 Subject: Coke, Thomas, 1747-1814; Carey, William, 1761-1834; Ousley, Gideon, 1762-1839; Martyn, Henry, 1781-1812; Case, William, 1780-1855; Williams, John, 1796-1839; Morrison, Robert, 1782-1834)

6               Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands. By John Williams of the London Missionary Society. With an Introduction by the Rev. William P. Breed, D.D. (1888) (Author: Williams, John, 1796-1839; Breed, William P. (William Pratt), 1816-1889)

7               The Life of John Williams; Missionary to the South Seas. Being mainly an abridgement of "Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands," by John Williams. The World-Wide Missionary Library. Volume 3 (1915)

8               The Martyr of Erromanga, or, The Philosophy of Missions, Illustrated from the Labors, Death, and Character of the Late Rev. John Williams. By John Campbell, D.D., Honorary Member of the Literary and Philosophical Society of St. Andrews. (1842) (Author: Campbell, John, 1794-1867)

9               The Missionary's Farewell ; Valedictory Services of the Rev. John Williams, Previous to his Departure for the South Seas; with his parting Dedicatory Address, to the British Churches and the Friends of Missions. (1838) (Author: Campbell, John, 1794-1867, ed; Williams, John, 1796-1839)

 


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1               Eighteen Sermons, by the Rev. Philip Henry, A.M., formerly of Christ Church College, 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.D.M. 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)

2               Letters on Puritanism and Nonconformity. By Sir John Bickerton Williams, Knight, LL.D., F.S.A.,                 and a Member of the American Antiquarian Society. The Second Series. (1846)

3               Memoir of the Rev. Philip Henry, by his Son Rev. Matthew Henry, the Commentator. Abridged                   from the Standard Edition, as Corrected and Enlarged by J. B. Williams, LL.D. (N.D.) (Author:             Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714; Williams, J. B. (John Bickerton), 1792-1855 Subject: Henry, Philip,      1631-1696)

4               Memoirs of the Life and Character of Mrs. Sarah Savage, Eldest Daughter of the Rev. Philip        Henry, A.M. By Sir J. B. Williams LL.D., F.S.A. With a Recommendatory Preface, by the Rev.                   William Jay of Bath. To which are added, Memoirs of the Life and Character of Mrs. Anne Hulton             and Mrs. Eleanor Radford, Daughters of the Rev. Philip Henry, A.M. By their Brother, Matthew    Henry, V.D.M. (1845) (Author: Williams, John Bickerton, Sir, 1792-1855; Jay, William, 1769-      1853; Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714 Subject: Savage, Sarah, 1664-1752; Hulton, Ann, 1668-1697;    Radford, Eleanor, 1667-1697)An address delivered and published at the request of the Young   men's auxiliary education society : Williams, Samuel Porter, 1779-1826 : Free Download &                   Streaming : Internet Archive

5               Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Writings, of the Rev. Matthew Henry. (1830) (Subject:     Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714; Dissenters, Religious)

6               Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Writings, of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight, Lord Chief Justice of England. (1835) (Subject: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676)

 


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1               A Funeral Sermon, Preached at Mansfield, First Society, Sept. 15, 1815, at the Funeral of Mrs. Mary Hanford Williams, consort of Rev. Samuel P. Williams, by Samuel Nott, Pastor of the Church of Christ in the First Society of Franklin. (1815) (Author: Nott, Samuel, 1754-1852
Subject:
Williams, Mary Hanford, 1780-1815)

2               A Sermon Preached to the First Congregational Church and Society in Exeter, on the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving in New-Hampshire, November 29, 1821. By Samuel P. Williams, Pastor of a Church in Newburyport. (1821)

3               An Address delivered and published at the Request of the Young Men's Auxiliary Education Society of Newburyport, September, 1822. (1822)

4               Historical Account of the First Presbyterian Church and Society in Newburyport, Massachusetts,  Addressed to the Congregation, Worshiping in Federal Street, July 9, 1826. (1826)

5               Plea for the Orphan, delivered on the Anniversary of the Female Charitable Society, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, May 21, 1822. (1822)

6               Sermons on Various Subjects, Chiefly Practical. By Samuel Porter Williams, Late Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Together with a Sketch of the Author's Life and Character. (1827)

7               The Source of Happiness: A Sermon Reprinted from the American Evangelist - Volume 1 Sermon 4 By the Late Rev. Samuel P. Williams, of Newburyport, Massachusetts. (1827)

 


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1               Chinese Immigration. A Paper read before the Social Science Association at Saratoga, September        10, 1879. (1879)

2               Notices of Fu-Sang, and other Countries lying east of China, in the Pacific Ocean. Translated from          the Antiquarian Researches of Ma Twan-Lin, with Notes.(1881) (Author: Williams, S. Wells         (Samuel Wells), 1812-1884; Ma, Duanlin, ca. 1254-ca. 1323)

3               Our Relations with the Chinese Empire. (1877)

4               Story of the World's Worship: Complete, Graphic, and Comparative History of the many Strange             Beliefs, Superstitious Practices, Domestic Peculiarities, Sacred Writings, Systems of Philosophy,                   Legends and Traditions, Customs and Habits of Mankind throughout the World. Ancient and                   Modern. This Dark and Mystic Picture strikingly compared with the Beauty and Purity of             Revealed Religion, the Whole forming the Fascinating Story of the World's Worship from the                Birth of Man to the Present Day. By Frank S. Dobbins, A.M., formerly Resident of Tokyo, Japan.                  Assisted by Hon. S. Wells Williams, LL.D., and Professor Isaac Hall, LL.B., Ph.D., The former forty   years resident in China, late Professor of Chinese Language and Literature in Yale College,                 Connecticut, Author, and President of the American Bible Society; the latter an eminent            Orientalist and late Professor of the College of Beirut, Syria, and Associate of the American      Oriental Society and the London Society of Biblical Archaeology. The Whole Profusely Illustrated           from Authentic and Trustworthy Sources. (1901) (Author: Dobbins, Frank S. (Frank Stockton),         1855-1916; Williams, S. Wells (Samuel Wells), 1812-1884, joint author; Hall, Isaac H. (Isaac     Hollister), 1837-1896 Subject: Religions; Mythology; Idols and images -- Worship)

5               The Life and Letters of Samuel Wells Williams, LL. D., Missionary, Diplomatist, Sinologue. By his            Son Frederick Wells Williams. (1889) (Author: Williams, Frederick Wells, 1857-1928)

6               The Middle Kingdom; A Survey of the Geography, Government, Literature, Social Life, Arts, and History of the Chinese Empire and its Inhabitants. Revised Edition, with Illustrations and a New Map of the Empire. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1913)

7               The Middle Kingdom; A Survey of the Geography, Government, Literature, Social Life, Arts, and History of the Chinese Empire and its Inhabitants. Revised Edition, with Illustrations and a New Map of the Empire. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1913)

 


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1               An Example of Plain Catechizing upon the Assembly's Shorter Catechism: Humbly offered as a help for instructing the Young and Ignorant in the Knowledge of the Principles and Duties of the Christian Religion, with the Grounds thereof, and that in a very comprehensive manner. With a Preface, Briefly Demonstrating the Truth of the Christian Religion and the Unreasonableness of Infidelity. Second Philadelphia Edition. (1832)

2               Queries to the Scots Innovators in Divine Service, and Particularly to the Liturgical Party in the Shire of Angus, and places adjacent thereto. Being a Compendious Collection of the choicest Arguments, against the present Innovations. By a Lover of the Church of Scotland. (1712) (Subject: Church of England; Episcopal Church in Scotland; Church of Scotland)

3               The Mother's Catechism; or, A Preparatory Catechism for the Young and the Ignorant, in order to the more easy Understanding the Assembly's Shorter Catechism. By the Late Rev. John Williston, Minister of the Gospel at Dundee. (N.D.)

4               The Whole Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. John Willison, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dundee. A New Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1816) (I. The Afflicted Man's Companion; or, Directions to Persons and Families under Affliction, by Sickness or Otherwise. II. The Church's Danger, and the Minister's Duty; A Sermon. III. The Sacramental Directory; or, A Treatise concerning the Sanctification of a Communion-Sabbath.)

5               The Whole Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. John Willison, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dundee. A New Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1816) (I. A Sacramental Catechism; or, A Familiar Instructor for Young Communicants. II. An Example of Plain Catechizing upon the Assembly's Shorter Catechism.)

6               The Whole Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. John Willison, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dundee. A New Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1816) (I. The Balm of Gilead, for Healing a Diseased Land, Etc., Etc., Etc. II. Sacramental Meditations, Etc. III. Christian Directory, Etc.)

7               The Whole Works of the Reverend and Learned Mr. John Willison, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dundee. A New Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1816) (I. A Treatise Concerning the Sanctification of, and Meditations on, The Lord's Day. II. A Fair and Impartial Testimony, Etc. III. Gospel Hymns in Memory of Redeeming Love.)

 


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1               A Vindication, of some of the most Essential Doctrines of the Reformation: Being a Reply to Objections raised against these Doctrines in a Late Publication, Entitled, "The Errors of Hopkinsianism Detected and Refuted; In Six Letters, by Nathan Bangs, Minister of the Gospel;" Addressed to the Author of the Present Work. To which is added a Sermon, on the Goodness of God, Manifested in Governing the Hearts of His Enemies. (1817) (Author: Williston, Seth, 1770-1851 Subject: Bangs, Nathan, 1778-1862)

2               Christ's Kingdom not of this World. The Spiritual Character of the Kingdom of Christ, in Three   Discourses. (1842)

3               Five Discourses on the Sabbath, Preached at Durham, New York. (1847)

4               Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. Volume VII. 1913-1914. (1914) (Included in this Volume are The Diaries of Seth Williston D. D. Edited by the Rev. John Quincy Adams, D.D.)

5               Lectures on the Moral Imperfection of Christians; Designed to show, that while Sinless               Perfection is Obligatory on All, it is Attained by None. (1846)

6               Sermons on Doctrinal and Experimental Subjects. (1812)

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)

8               The Errors of Hopkinsianism Detected and Refuted. In Six Letters to the Rev. S. Williston, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Durham, New York. By Nathan Bangs, Minister of the Gospel. (1815) (Author: Bangs, Nathan, 1778-1862; Williston, Seth, 1770-1851 Subject: Hopkins, Samuel, 1721-1803)

9               The Harmony of Divine Truth. (1836)

10            The Reformer reformed: or, A Second parts of The Errors of Hopkinsianism Detected and Refuted: Being an Examination of Mr. Seth Williston's "Vindication of some of the Most Essential Doctrines of the Reformation." By Nathan Bangs, Minister of the Gospel. (1818) (Author: Bangs, Nathan, 1778-1862 Subject: Williston, Seth, 1770-1851)

 


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1               Biblical Magistracy: or, Christ's Dominion over the Nations; With an Examination of the Civil   Institutions of the United States. (1842) (A Covenanter examination of the biblical doctrine of                   the kingship of Christ and the civil magistrate. Written in 1842 by James McLeod Willson, the                  son of James Renwick Willson, this book also contains a critique of the United States'             Constitution in light of scripture.)

2               Civil Government: An Exposition of Romans 13:1-7. (1853)

3               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 2     (1846) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

4               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 4     (1848) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

5               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 5     (1849) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

6               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 6     (1850) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

7               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 7-8                  (1851-1852) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

8               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 9     (1853) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

9               The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 10                    (1854) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

10            The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 11                    (1855) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

11            The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 12                    (1856) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

12            The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 14                    (1858) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

13            The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 15                    (1859) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

14            The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 16                    (1860) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

15            The Covenanter, Devoted to the Principles of The Reformed Presbyterian Church. Volume 17-18            (1861-1862) (Edited by James M. Willson.)

16            The Deacon: An Inquiry into the Nature, Duties, and Exercise of the Office of the Deacon, in the Christian Church. By James M. Willson, A.M., Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Philadelphia. (1841)

17            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 1 (1863) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

18            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 2 (1864) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

19            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 3 (1865) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

20            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 4 (1866) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

21            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 5 (1867) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

22            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 6 (1868) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

23            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 7 (1869) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

24            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 8 (1870) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

25            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 9 (1871) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

26            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 10 (1872) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

27            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 11 (1873) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

28            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 11-12 (1873-1874) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

29            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 13 (1875) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

30            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 14 (1876) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

31            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 15-16 (1877-1878) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

32            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 17 (1879) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

33            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 18 (1880) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

34            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 19 (1881) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

35            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 20 (1882) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

36            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 20-21 (1882-1883) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

37            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 22-23 (1884-1885) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

38            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 23 (1885) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

39            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 24 (1886) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

40            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 25-26 (1887-1888) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

41            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 26 (1888) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

42            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 27 (1889) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

43            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 28 (1890) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

44            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 29 (1891) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

45            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 30 (1892) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

46            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 31 (1893) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

47            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 32 (1894) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

48            The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Volume 33 (1895) (Author: John W. Sproull , Thomas Sproull , David Burt Willson , James McLeod Willson)

49            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 1 (1837) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Newburgh.)

50            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 7 (1843) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Newburgh.)

51            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 8 (1843) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Newburgh.)

52            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 8 (1844) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Newburgh.)

53            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 9 (1845) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Newburgh.)

54            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 10 (1846) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Newburgh.)

55            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 13 (1849) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M.)

56            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 15 (1851) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M.)

57            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 16 (1852) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M.)

58            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 17 (1853) (Edited by Rev. M. Roney, A.M.)

59            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 20 (1856) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

60            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 21 (1857) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

61            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 22 (1858) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

62            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 23 (1859) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

63            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 24 (1860) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

64            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 25 (1861) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

65            The Reformed Presbyterian. Volume 26 (1862) (Edited by Thomas Sproull, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.)

66            The Two Sons of Oil; or, The Faithful Witness for Magistracy and Ministry upon a Scriptural Basis. By Rev. Samuel B. Wylie, A.M. Third Edition. With an Essay on Submission to Civil Government. (1850) (Author: Wylie, Samuel Brown, 1773-1852; Willson, James McLeod, 1809-1866 Subject: Jesus Christ; Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America; Church and state -- Biblical teaching)

 


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1               A Historical Sketch of the 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. By James R. Willson, A.M. (1817) (Author: Willson, James Renwick, 1780-1853; Turrettini, François, 1623-1687)

2               An Address on West India Emancipation, Delivered on the First of August, 1838, before the Union Anti-Slavery Society of Philadelphia. (1838)

3               Dr. Watts, an Anti-Trinitarian; Demonstrated in a Review of Dr. Miller's Letter to the Editor of the Unitarian Miscellany. (1821) (Author: Willson, James Renwick, 1780-1853 Subject: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850; Unitarianism)

4               Tokens of the Divine Displeasure, in the Late Conflagrations in New-York, and other Judgments, Illustrated. By James R. Willson, D.D., Pastor of the Coldenham Congregation. (1836) (Subject: Slavery -- United States; New York (City) -- Fire, 1835.)

5               Turrettin on the Atonement of Christ. Translated by James R. Willson, D.D. A New Edition, carefully revised by Collation with the Last Edition of the Latin Original. (1859) (Author: Turrettini, François, 1623-1687; Willson, James R. (James Renwick), 1780-1853, tr)

 


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1               The Living Pulpit; or, Eighteen Sermons by Eminent Living Divines of the Presbyterian Church. With a Biographical sketch of the Editor, by George W. Bethune, D.D. Edited and Published by Rev. Elijah Wilson. Eleventh Edition. (1856) (Author: Wilson, Elijah; Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862)

 



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1               A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended. Being the Substance of Several Lectures on the Assembly's Larger Catechism. By Thomas Ridgley, D.D. With Notes, Original and Selected, by James P. Wilson, D.D. First American, from the Third European Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1814) (Author: Ridgley, Thomas, 1667?-1734)

2               A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended. Being the Substance of Several Lectures on the Assembly's Larger Catechism. By Thomas Ridgley, D.D. With Notes, Original and Selected, by James P. Wilson, D.D. First American, from the Third European Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1815) (Author: Ridgley, Thomas, 1667?-1734)

3               A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended. Being the Substance of Several Lectures on the Assembly's Larger Catechism. By Thomas Ridgley, D.D. With Notes, Original and Selected, by James P. Wilson, D.D. First American, from the Third European Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1815) (Author: Ridgley, Thomas, 1667?-1734)

4               A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended. Being the Substance of Several Lectures on the Assembly's Larger Catechism. By Thomas Ridgley, D.D. With Notes, Original and Selected, by James P. Wilson, D.D. First American, from the Third European Edition. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1815) (Author: Ridgley, Thomas, 1667?-1734)

5               A Free Conversation on the Unpardonable Sin: Wherein the Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, the Final Apostasy, and the Sin unto Death, are shown to have been Originally Distinct. (1830)

6               An Easy Introduction to the Knowledge of the Hebrew Language without the Points. By James P.             Wilson, D.D., Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in the City of Philadelphia. (1812)

7               An Essay, on the Probation of Fallen Men: or, The Scheme of Salvation, Founded in Sovereignty, and Demonstrative of Justice. Acts 4:12. (1827)

8               Common Objections to Christianity, Proposed and Answered in Two Dispassionate Conversations. (1829)

9               Hymns for Social Worship, Collected from Various Authors. (1817)

10            In Memoriam. John P. Jackson, Jr. Born February 6th, A. D. 1837. Died December 17th, A. D. 1880. (1881) (Author: South Park Presbyterian Church (Newark, N.Y.); Wilson, James P. (James Patriot), 1809-1889 Subject: Jackson, John P. (John Peter), 1837-1880)

11            Lectures upon some of the Parables, and Historical Passages of the New Testament. (1810)

12            Sacramental Selections: or, The Nature and Design of the Lord's Supper. With the Preparatory Self-Examination and Subsequent Walk of Communicants. From Various Authors. (1812)

13            Thanksgiving Sermon on the Perpetuity of the Union of the United States, by Rev. James P. Wilson, D.D., at the Central Presbyterian Church, N. L., on Thursday, December 12th, 1850. (1851)

14            The Primitive Government of Christian Churches. Also, Liturgical Considerations. By James P. Wilson, D.D., Late Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. To which is prefixed, the Sermon, Preached on the Occasion of the Death of the Author, by Rev. Thomas H. Skinner, D.D. (1833) (Author: Wilson, James P. (James Patriot), 1769-1830; Skinner, Thomas H)

 


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1               Ancestry and Descendants of Rev. John Wilson of Boston, Massachusetts. By Joseph Gardner                  Bartlett. (1907) (Author: Bartlett, Joseph Gardner, 1872-1927 Subject: Wilson family; Wilson,     John, 1588-1667)

2               Strength Out of Weakness. Or a Glorious Manifestation of the Further Progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New-England. Held forth in sundry Letters from divers Ministers and others to the Corporation established by Parliament for promoting the Gospel among the Heathen in New England, and to particular Members thereof since the late Treatise to that effect, formerly set forth by Mr. Henry Whitfield late Pastor of Gilford in New-England 1652. (1865) (Author: Society for Propagation of the Gospel in New England; Eliot, John, 1604-1690; Wilson, John, 1588-1667; Leverich, William, d. 1677; Bessey, Anthony, 1609?-1657?; Mayhew, Thomas, 1621-1657; Endecott, John, 1588?-1665; French, William, 1603?-1681; Allen, Thomas, 1608-1673; Whitfield, Henry, 1597-1660?; White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. fmo Subject: Massachuset Indians; Wampanoag Indians; Indians of North America)

3               The Day breaking if not the Sun Rising of the Gospel with the Indians in New England. (microfilm) (1865) (Author: Wilson, John, 1588-1667; Eliot, John, 1604-1690; Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649 Subject: Massachuset Indians -- Missions)

4               The Lives of John Wilson, John Norton, and John Davenport. By A. W. M'Clure. (1870) (Author:             M'Clure, Alexander W. (Alexander Wilson), 1808-1865 Subject: Wilson, John, 1588-1667;        Norton, John, 1606-1663; Davenport, John, 1597-1670; Puritans -- New England Biography)

 


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1               Memoirs of Rev. John Leighton Wilson, D.D., Missionary to Africa, and Secretary of Foreign Missions. By Hampden C. DuBose, D.D., for Twenty-Three Years a Missionary in China. (1895) (Author: DuBose, Hampden C Subject: Wilson, John Leighton, 1809-1886; Presbyterian Church)

2               Western Africa: Its History, Condition, and Prospects. By Rev. J. Leighton Wilson, Eighteen Years a Missionary in Africa, and now one of the Secretaries of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. (1856)

 


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1               The Mercies of Sanctified Afflictions: A Discourse, Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church in Lafayette, Sabbath morning, January 17, 1847, on the Death of Mrs. Nancy G. Ellsworth, (wife of Hon. H. L. Ellsworth,) who died January 14, 1847. By Rev. J. G. Wilson. (1847) (Subject: Ellsworth, Nancy G. (Nancy Allen Goodrich), d. 1847)

2               Two Lectures on the Inquisition, Delivered in Spring Street Church, Milwaukee, by Rev. Joseph G. Wilson, Professor, Milwaukee University, March, 1853. (1853)

 


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1               A Historical Inquiry concerning the Principles, Opinions, and Usages, of the English Presbyterians;  From the Restoration of Charles II to the Death of Queen Anne. By Joshua Wilson, Esquire, Inner Temple. Second Edition, Revised and Corrected. (1836)

2               Memoir of the Life and Character of Thomas Wilson, Esquire, Treasurer of Highbury College. By his Son. (1849) (Author: Wilson, Joshua Subject: Wilson, Thomas, 1764-1843)

 


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1               A Sermon, in Memory of the Death of William Henry Harrison, the Late President of the United                States: By the Rev. Joshua L. Wilson, D.D. Delivered, May 14, 1841. (1841) (Subject: Harrison,         William Henry, 1773-1841)

2               Original Sermons by Presbyterian Ministers in the Mississippi Valley. (1833) (Author: Wilson,             Joshua Lacy, 1774-1846; Gazlay, Sayrs; Hayden, Daniel, 1781-1835; Brookes, James Hall, fl.    1833; Blythe, James; Monfort, David, 1790-1860; Frame, Reuben, 1804-1891; Russell, Joshua T;    Matthews, John; M'Farlane, Alexander)

3               Trial and Acquittal of Lyman Beecher, D.D. before the Presbytery of Cincinnati, on Charges Preferred by Joshua Lacy Wilson, D.D. (1835) (Author: Wilson, Joshua Lacy; Stansbury, Arthur J; Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863; Loewy, Benno, 1854-1919. fmo; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of Cincinnati Subject: Heresy)

4               War, the Work of the Lord, and the Coward Cursed. A Sermon, Delivered in the First Presbyterian Meeting House in Cincinnati, Ohio, to the Cincinnati Light Companies, May 14, 1812. By Joshua Lacy Wilson, V.D.M. Published at the Request of Captain's Mansfield and Sloan, shortly before they marched to Detroit. (1812) (Subject: United States -- History War of 1812 Sermons)

5               Wilson's Plea in the Case of Lyman Beecher, D.D., made before the Synod of Cincinnati, October, 1835. (1837) (Subject: Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863)

 


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1               A Hebrew Grammar for Beginners. (1908)

2               Elements of Syriac Grammar by an Inductive Method. (1891)

3               Introductory Syriac Method and Manual. (1891)

4               Is the Higher Criticism Scholarly? Clearly Attested Facts Showing that the Destructive  "Assured Results of Modern Scholarship" are Indefensible. (1922)

5               Life and Work of Robert Dick Wilson. (2008)

6               Notes on Hebrew Syntax. (1892)

7               Studies in the Book of Daniel, a Discussion of the Historical Questions. (1917)

8               Studies in the Book of Daniel. Second Series. (1917)

9               The Lower Criticism of the Old Testament as a Preparation for the Higher Criticism. Inaugural Address of the Rev. Robert Dick Wilson, Ph.D., D.D., as Professor of Semitic Philology and Old Testament Criticism. Princeton Theological Seminary, September 21, 1900. (1901)

10            The Present State of the Daniel Controversy. (1919) (Extracted from the Biblical review, v. 4, April, 1919.)

 


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1               Discourse Delivered at the Dedication of the First Presbyterian Church in the City of Cincinnati, September 21, 1851. By Samuel R. Wilson, Pastor. (1851)

2               Hymns of the Church, Ancient and Modern, For the use of All who Love to Sing the Praises of God in Christ, in the Family, the School, or the Church; With a Discourse on Music as a Divine Ordinance of Worship. By Samuel R. Wilson, D.D., Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Louisville. (1872)

 


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1               Wilson's Art of Rhetoric (1560-Original 1909-This Edition) (Author: Wilson, Thomas, 1525?-    1581; Mair, George Herbert; Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536 Subject: Suffolk, Katharine     Willoughby Brandon, Duchess of, 1519-1580; Suffolk, Charles Brandon, Duke of, 1537?-1551;          Suffolk, Henry Brandon, Duke of, 1535-1551; Rhetoric; Oratory)

 


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1               Memoirs of the Life & Times of Daniel De Foe, Containing a Review of his Writings, & his Opinions upon a Variety of Important Matters, Civil & Eccl. Volume 1 (1830)

2               Memoirs of the Life & Times of Daniel De Foe, Containing a Review of his Writings, & his Opinions upon a Variety of Important Matters, Civil & Eccl. Volume 2 (1830)

3               Memoirs of the Life & Times of Daniel De Foe, Containing a Review of his Writings, & his Opinions upon a Variety of Important Matters, Civil & Eccl. Volume 3 (1830)

4               The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in London, Westminster, and Southwark; Including the Lives of their Ministers, from the Rise of Nonconformity to the Present Time. With an Appendix on the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Christianity in Britain. In Four Volumes. By Walter Wilson, of the Inner Temple. Volume 1 (1808)

5               The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in London, Westminster, and Southwark; Including the Lives of their Ministers, from the Rise of Nonconformity to the Present Time. With an Appendix on the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Christianity in Britain. In Four Volumes. By Walter Wilson, of the Inner Temple. Volume 2 (1808)

6               The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in London, Westminster, and Southwark; Including the Lives of their Ministers, from the Rise of Nonconformity to the Present Time. With an Appendix on the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Christianity in Britain. In Four Volumes. By Walter Wilson, of the Inner Temple. Volume 3 (1810)

7               The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in London, Westminster, and Southwark; Including the Lives of their Ministers, from the Rise of Nonconformity to the Present Time. With an Appendix on the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Christianity in Britain. In Four Volumes. By Walter Wilson, of the Inner Temple. Volume 4 (1814)

 


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1               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., Professor 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))

2               Paraphrase; or, Large Explicatory Poem upon the Song of Solomon. Wherein; The mutual Love of Christ and His Church, contained in that Old-Testament Song, is intimated in the Language of the New Testament, and adapted to the Gospel-Dispensation. By the late Reverend Ralph Erskine, M.A., Minister of the Gospel at Dumfermlin, and Author of the Gospel Sonnets. A New Edition Revised and Corrected. (1758) (Author: Erskine, Ralph, 1685-1752)

3               Sermons by the Reverend and Learned Mr. William Wilson, Late Minister of the Gospel at Perth, viz. I. The Church's Extremity Christ's Opportunity. II. The Lamb's Retinue attending Him whithersoever He Goeth. III. The Father's Promise to the Son, a clear Bow in the Church's darkest Cloud. IV. The Watchman's Duty and Desire. V. The Blessedness lost in the first Adam, to be found in Christ the Second Adam. (1748)

4               The Day of a Sinner's Believing in Christ a most Remarkable Day. A Sermon Preached in the New Church of Perth, immediately before the Administration of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper there, September 20, 1741; from Song of Solomon 3:11. To which are annexed Four Discourses; the First on the Evening of the Fast-Day, the Second on the Preparation-Day, the Third at the Service of the First Table, the Fourth on the Monday. (1742)

5               The Declaration of the True Presbyterians within the Kingdom of Scotland; Concerning Mr. George Whitefield, and the Work at Cambuslang. (1742) (Author: Wilson, William, 1690-1741
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1               A Peep at China, in Mr. Dunn's Chinese Collection; with Miscellaneous Notices Relating to the Institutions and Customs of the Chinese, and our Commercial intercourse with them. (1839) (Subject: Dunn, Nathan, 1782-1844; Peale's Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.))

2               A Treatise on Regeneration. (1863)

3               A Trip to Boston, in a Series of Letters to the Editor of the United States Gazette. (1838)

4               Adam and Christ: or, The Doctrine of Representation Stated and Explained. (1855)

5               An Essay on Temptation. (1865)

6               Commentaries on the Laws of the Ancient Hebrews; With an Introductory Essay on Civil Society and Government. (1853)

7               Hints on a System of Popular Education: Addressed to R. S. Field, Esquire, Chairman of the Committee on Education in the Legislature of New Jersey; and to Rev. A. B. Dod, Professor of Mathematics in the College of New Jersey. (1838)

8               Historical Discourse, Commemorative of the Presbyterian Church of Upper Ten-Mile, Pennsylvania, Delivered March 29, 1859. (1859)

9               How Shall I Govern My School? Addressed to Young Teachers; and also Adapted to assist Parents in Family Government. (1838) (Subject: School discipline)

10            International Congress on the Prevention and Repression of Crime, Including Penal and Reformatory Treatment: Preliminary Report of the Commissioner Appointed by the President to Represent the United States in the Congress, in Compliance with a Joint Resolution of March 7, 1871. (1872)

11            Letters to School Children; On their relation to their Teachers, and to one another; on their duties as School-Children; on the necessity of Government in Schools; on the Dangers to which School-Children are exposed; on the means of Improvement in Moral Excellence; on the Nature, Object, Means, and Advantages of Education; and on the Value of Time. (1839)

12            Reports on the International Penitentiary Congress of London, Held on July 3-13, 1872. To which is appended, the Second annual report of the National Prison Association of the United States, containing the Transactions of the National Prison Reform Congress, held at Baltimore, Maryland, January 21-24, 1873. (1873)

13            Report on the Prisons and Reformatories of the United States and Canada, made to the Legislature of New York, January, 1867. By E. C. Wines, D.D., LL.D., and Theodore W. Dwight, LL.D., Commissioners of the Prison Association of New York. (1867) (Author: Correctional Association of New York; New York (State). Legislature; Wines, Enoch Cobb, 1806-1879; Dwight, Theodore W. (Theodore William), 1822-1892)

14            The Actual State of Prison Reform throughout the Civilized World. A Discourse Pronounced at the opening of the International Prison Congress of Stockholm, August 20, 1878. (1878)

15            The Promises of God, considered in their Nature, Source, Certainty, Freeness, Preciousness, and Sanctifying Power. (1868)

16            The State of Prisons and of Child-Saving Institutions in the Civilized World. By E. C. Wines, D.D., LL.D., Honorary President of the International Penitentiary Congress of Stockholm. (1880)

17            The True Penitent Portrayed in a Practical Exposition of the Fifty-First Psalm: To which is added the Doctrine of Repentance, as Declared in Acts 17:30. (1864)

18            Two Years and a Half in the American Navy, A Journal of a Cruise to England, in the Mediterranean, and in the Levant, on board the U. S. Frigate Constellation, in the Years 1829, 1830, and 1831. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1833)

19            Two Years and a Half in the American Navy, A Journal of a Cruise to England, in the Mediterranean, and in the Levant, on board the U. S. Frigate Constellation, in the Years 1829, 1830, and 1831. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1833)

 


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1               Born Again; or, From Grace to Glory. (1864)

2               Christ Ever with You. Illustrated by Experiences Drawn from the Prayer Meeting, and Field and                Hospital Life. (1863) (Triumphs of Grace. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.)

3               Christ the Theme of the Home Missionary. An Argument for Home Missions. (microfilm) (1838)

4               Christ, the Theme of the Missionary; An Argument for the Specific Design and the Spiritual        Character of Christian Missions. (1840)

5               Experimental and Practical Views of the Atonement. (1838)

6               Gathered Flowers from a Bible Class; Being a Brief Memoir of Two Young Believers. (1860)

7               Glimpses of the Truth as it is in Jesus. (1856)

8               Go and Tell Jesus. (1869)

9               Hidden Life: Memorials of John Whitmore Winslow. (1872)

10            Life in Jesus: A Memoir of Mrs. Mary Winslow, arranged from her Correspondence, Diary, and                  Thoughts. By her Son Octavius Winslow, D.D. (1860) (Subject: Winslow, Mary Forbes, 1774-            1854)

11            Midnight Harmonies; or, Thoughts for the Season of Solitude and Sorrow. (1856)

12            My Times in God's Hand. (1868)

13            None Like Christ. (1868)

14            Objections to a Baptist Version of the New Testament; by William Theophilus Brantly, D.D. With            Additional Reasonings for Preferring the English Bible as it is, by Octavius Winslow, A.M. (1837)

15            Octavius Winslow Collection: Twenty Three Volumes. (2014)

16            Personal Declension and Revival of Religion in the Soul. (1847)

17            Pisgah Views: or, The Negative Aspects of Heaven. (1873)

18            The Inquirer Directed to the Work of the Holy Spirit. (1856)

19            The Ministry of Home; or, Brief Expository Lectures on Divine Truth. Designed Especially for      Family and Private Reading. (1867) (First Series.)

20            The Officer's Daughter: A Memoir of Miss Elizabeth Tatton. To which are added some Instances               of Divine Grace in the Army. (1848)

21            The Precious Things of God. (1867)

22            The Silver Trumpet; or, The Church Guided and Warned in Perilous Times. (1844)

23            The Sympathy of Christ with Man: His Teaching and its Consolation. (microfilm) (1863)

24            The Tree of Life; Its Shade, Fruit, and Repose. (1869)

25            The Work of the Holy Spirit, Viewed Experimentally and Practically. (1857)

26            Thus Saith the Lord; or, Words of Divine Truth. (1872)

 


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1               Discourses on Several Subjects. By William Wishart, D.D., Principal of the College of Edinburgh.              (1753) (Author: Wishart, William; Foot, William, 1707-1782. Plain account of the ordinance of   baptism) (1. An essay on the indispensible necessity of a holy and good life to the happiness of               Heaven -- 2. Charity the end of the commandment -- 3. The certain and unchangeable difference    betwixt moral good and evil -- 4. Public virtue recommended. With this is bound: A plain account                   of the ordinance of baptism / [William Foot. 1766])

2               Public Virtue Recommended. A Sermon Preached in the High-Church of Edinburgh, on Thursday,             May 8th, 1746, at the Opening of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. (1746)

3               The Attributes of God; As they may be Contemplated by the Christian for Edification, Peace, and Consolation: Selected from Charnock, Goodwin, Bates, and Wishart. By the Rev. William Wilson, D.D., Vicar of Holy Rhood, Southampton. (1835)

4               The Certain and Unchangeable Difference betwixt Moral Good and Evil. A Sermon Preached    before the Societies for Reformation of Manners, at Salters-Hall; on Monday the 3rd of July,                 1732. (1732)

5               The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the         History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. Volume 1 (1842) (Author: Wodrow,          Robert, 1679-1734; M'Crie, Thomas, 1772-1835)

 


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1               Derry and Enniskillen in the Year 1689. The Story of some Famous Battlefields in Ulster. (1913)

2               Historical and Literary Memorials of Presbyterianism in Ireland. (1623-1731.) By Thomas Witherow, Professor of Church History in Magee College, Londonderry. (1879)

3               Historical and Literary Memorials of Presbyterianism in Ireland. (1731-1800.) Second Series. By Thomas Witherow, Professor of Church History in Magee College, Londonderry. (1880)

4               The Boyne and Aghrim: or, The Story of some Famous Battlefields in Ireland. (1879)

5               The New Testament Elder: His Position, Powers, and Duties in the Christian Church. (microfilm) (1873)

6               Which is The Apostolic Church? An Inquiry at the Oracles of God as to whether any Existing form of Church Government is of Divine Right. By Thomas Witherow, Professor of Church History, Londonderry, Ireland. Edited and Annotated by the Rev. R. M. Patterson. (1873)

 


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1               The Faithful Servant Rewarded: A Sermon, Delivered at Princeton, before the Board of Trustees of the College of New-Jersey, May 6, 1795, Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. John Witherspoon, D.D., LL.D. President of said College. By John Rogers, D.D., Senior Minister of the United Presbyterian Churches, in the City of New-York. (1795) (Author: Rodgers, John, 1727-1811 Subject: Witherspoon, John, 1723-17)

2               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 1 (1815) (I. Life of the Author. II. An Essay on Justification; to which is prefixed, a Letter to the Rev. James Hervey. III. Treatise on Regeneration.)

3               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 2 (1815) (I. Sermon 1-15.)

4               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 3 (1804) (I. Nine Sermons on Practical Subjects. II. A Farewell Discourse Delivered at Paisley in April and May 1768.)

5               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 4 (1815) (I. Sermons 1-16.)

6               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 5 (1815) (I. Sermon 17-24.)

7               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 6 (1815) (I. An Address to the Students of the Senior Class. II. A Serious Inquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Stage. III. A Letter respecting Play-Actors. IV. Ecclesiastical Characteristics, or the Arcana of Church Polity. Being a Humble Attempt to open the Mystery of Moderation. Wherein is shown, a plain way of attaining to the character of a Moderate man, as at present in repute in the Church of Scotland. V. A Serious Apology for the Ecclesiastical Characteristics.)

8               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 7 (1815) (I. Ten Lectures on Moral Philosophy. II. Six Lectures on Politics. III. Sixteen Lectures on Eloquence.)

9               The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 8 (1815) (I. Seventeen Lectures on Divinity. II. Five Letters on Education. III. Three Letters on Marriage. IV. Defense in the Synod of Glasgow, when accused of being the Author of the Ecclesiastical Characteristics. V. A Humble Supplication of such of the Nobility and Gentry of Scotland as are Elders of the Church, and Members of the General Assembly. VI. Speech in the General Assembly, on the Transportation of Dr. C******. VII. Letter sent to Scotland, for the Scots Magazine. VIII. Ignorance of the British with respect to America. IX. Address to the Inhabitants of Jamaica, and other West-India Islands, in behalf of the College of New-Jersey.)

10            The Works of John Witherspoon, D. D., sometime Minister of the Gospel at Paisley, and Late President of Princeton College, in New Jersey. Containing Essays, Sermons, Etc. on Important Subjects; Intended to Illustrate and Establish the Doctrine of Salvation by Grace, and to point out its Influence on Holiness of Life. Together with his Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Eloquence, and Divinity; His Speeches in the American Congress; And many other Valuable pieces, never before Published in this Country. In Nine Volumes. Volume 9 (1815) (I. An Essay on Money, as a medium of Commerce, with Remarks on the advantages and disadvantages of Paper admitted into general circulation. II. Reflections on the present state of Public Affairs, and on the Duty and Interest of America in this important crisis. III. Thoughts on American Liberty. IV. On the Controversy about Independence. V. On Conducting the American Controversy. VI. Aristides. VII. Part of a Speech in Congress, on the Conference proposed by Lord Howe. VIII. Speech in Congress on the Convention with General Burgoyne. IX. Speech in Congress, on a Motion for Paying the Interest of Loan-Office Certificates. X. Part of a Speech in Congress, on the Finances. XI. Part of a Speech in Congress, upon the Confederation. XII. Speech in Congress, on the appointment of Plenipotentiaries. XIII. On the Proposed Market in General Washington's Camp. XIV. Address to General Washington. XV. Memorial and Manifesto of the United States of North America, to the mediating powers in the conferences for peace, to the other powers in Europe, and in general to all who shall see the same. XVI. On the Contest between Great Britain and America. XVII. On the Affairs of the United States. XVIII. Observations on the Improvement of America. XIX. Supplication of J. R********. XX. Recantation of Benjamin Towne. XXI. A Description of the State of New Jersey. XXII. A Few Reflections humbly submitted to the consideration of the Public in general, and in particular to the Congress of the United States. XXIII. On the Georgia Constitution. XXIV. The Druid.)

 


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1               Children of the Covenant. By Rev. Thomas Dwight Witherspoon, D.D., formerly Pastor of the    Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis. (1873) (Subject: Kerr, Mary Clarissa, 1847-1867. [from old catalog]; Kerr, Andrew Hart, 1853-1866. [from old catalog]; Kerr, Sarah Ward, 1859-1867.          [from old catalog]; Christian biography; Youth)

 


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1               Life of James Wodrow, A.M., Professor of Divinity in the University of Glasgow from 1692-1707.               Written by his Son Robert Wodrow, A.M., Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. (1828) (Author:          Robert Wodrow, James Wodrow)

 


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1               Analecta: or, Materials for a History of Remarkable Providences; Mostly relating to Scotch Ministers and Christians. In Volumes. Volume 1 (1842) (Author: Maitland Club (Glasgow); Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Leishman, Matthew; M. L)

2               Analecta: or, Materials for a History of Remarkable Providences; Mostly relating to Scotch Ministers and Christians. In Volumes. Volume 2 (1842) (Author: Maitland Club (Glasgow); Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Leishman, Matthew; M. L)

3               Analecta: or, Materials for a History of Remarkable Providences; Mostly relating to Scotch Ministers and Christians. In Volumes. Volume 3 (1843) (Author: Maitland Club (Glasgow); Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Leishman, Matthew; M. L)

4               Analecta: or, Materials for a History of Remarkable Providences; Mostly relating to Scotch Ministers and Christians. In Volumes. Volume 4 (1843) (Author: Maitland Club (Glasgow); Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Leishman, Matthew; M. L)

5               Collections upon the Lives of the Reformers and most Eminent Ministers of the Church of Scotland. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1834) (Author: Maitland Club (Glasgow); Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Duncan, William J)

6               Collections upon the Lives of the Reformers and most Eminent Ministers of the Church of Scotland. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1845) (Author: Maitland Club (Glasgow); Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Duncan, William J)

7               The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1842)

8               The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1842)

9               The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of Eastwood, and Author of the History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. Edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1842)

10            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E., Minister of St. George's, Paisley; Author of Historical Dissertations on the Poor of Scotland; Treatise on Pluralities, Etc. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1828) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869, ed)

11            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E., Minister of St. George's, Paisley; Author of Historical Dissertations on the Poor of Scotland; Treatise on Pluralities, Etc. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1830) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869, ed)

12            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E., Minister of St. George's, Paisley; Author of Historical Dissertations on the Poor of Scotland; Treatise on Pluralities, Etc. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1829) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869, ed)

13            The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution. By the Rev. Robert Wodrow, Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood. With an Original Memoir of the Author, Extracts from his Correspondence, a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes, by the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S.E., Minister of St. George's, Paisley; Author of Historical Dissertations on the Poor of Scotland; Treatise on Pluralities, Etc. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1835) (Author: Wodrow, Robert, 1679-1734; Burns, Robert, 1789-1869, ed)

 


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1               The Abridgement of Christian Divinity: So exactly and Methodically compiled, that it leads us, as it were by the Hand to the, I. Reading of the Holy Scriptures. II. Ordering of Common-Places. III. Understanding of Controversies. Iv. Clearing of some Cases of Conscience. By John Wollebius, Doctor of Divinity and Ordinary Professor in the University of Basil. Faithfully Translated into English, and in some obscure places Cleared and Enlarged, by Alexander Ross. The Third Edition. To which is adjoined, after the Alphabetical Table, the Anatomy of the whole body of Divinity, Delineated in Fourteen Short Tables, for the help of Weak Memories. (1660) (Author: Wolleb, Johannes, 1586-1629; Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654)

 



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1               Lectures on the Calling of a Christian Woman, and her Training to Fulfill it. Delivered During the Season of Lent, A. D. 1883. By Morgan Dix, S.T.D., Rector of Trinity Church, New York. (1883) (Author: Dix, Morgan, 1827-1908)

2               Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women. By Thomas Gibbon, D.D. A New Edition, Revised and Enlarged by the Rev. Samuel Burder, D.D. Volume 1 (1827) (Author: Burder, Samuel, 1773-1837; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785)

3               Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women of the British Empire. A New Edition, Revised and Enlarged by the Rev. Samuel Burder, M.A., Late of Clare Hall, Cambridge; Lecturer of the United Parishes of Christ Church, New Gate and St. Leonard, Foster Lane, London; and Chaplain to His late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent. Volume 2 (1823) (Author: Burder, Samuel, 1773-1837; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785)

4               Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women. By Thomas Gibbon, D.D. A New Edition, Revised and Enlarged by the Rev. Samuel Burder, D.D., Author of "Oriental Customs." Volume 3 (1827) (Author: Burder, Samuel, 1773-1837; Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785)

5               Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women of Britain and America. Collected and Edited by David Francis Bacon. (1833) (Author: Bacon, David Francis, 1813-1865)

6               Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, who were Ornaments of their Sex, Blessings to their Country, and Edifying Examples to the Church and World. By Thomas Gibbons, D.D. To which is now added, a Second Volume, containing the Lives of many others Equally Exemplary in Every Grace which can Adorn the Female Character. By the Rev. George Jerment. In Two Volumes, embellished with Fifteen Portraits. Volume 1 (1804) (Author: Gibbons, Tomas, 1720-1785)

7               Paul on Women Speaking in Church by B. B. Warfield. (1919) (From The Presbyterian, October 30, 1919, pages 8-9.) (Author: Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge)

8               The Poetical Works of George Sandys. Now first Collected. With Introduction and Notes by the Rev. Richard Hooper, M.A., Vicar of Upton and Aston Upthorpe, Berks, and Editor of Chapman's Homer. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1872) (Author: Sandys, George, 1578-1644)

9               Woman Preaching Viewed in the Light of God's Word and Church History. (microfilm) (1978) (Author: Cort, Cyrus)

10            Women in the Mission Field; Glimpses of Christian Women among the Heathen. By John Telford, B.A. (1895) (Author: Telford, John, 1851-1936)

11            Women in the Mission Field; Pioneers and Martyrs. By the Rev. Augustus R. Buckland, M.A., Morning Preacher at the Foundling Hospital. (microfilm) (1895) (Author: Buckland, A. R. (Augustus Robert), b. 1857)

 


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1               Exercises Connected with the Inauguration of Rev. James Wood, D. D., as President of Hanover College, Indiana, August 3rd, 1859. (1859)

2               Facts and Observations Concerning the Organization and State of the Churches in the Three Synods of Western New-York and the Synod of Western Reserve (1837) (Subject: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Utica; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Geneva; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Genesee; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Western Reserve)

3               Grace and Glory; or, The Young Convert Instructed in the Doctrines of Grace. (1859)

4               Memoir of Sylvester Scovel, D. D., late President of Hanover College, Ia., and formerly Domestic Missionary and Missionary Agent in the West. By James Wood, D.D., Professor New Albany Theological Seminary. (1851) (Subject: Scovel, Sylvester, 1796-1849)

5               Old and New Theology. Also, a review of Beman on the Atonement, from the Biblical Repertory. (1845) (Subject: Beman, Nathan S. S. (Nathan Sidney Smith), 1785-1871)

6               Old and New Theology: or, An Exhibition of those Differences with regard to Scripture Doctrines, which have Recently Agitated and now Divided the Presbyterian Church. (1838)

7               The Doctrinal Differences which have agitated and divided the Presbyterian Church: or, Old and New Theology. Enlarged Edition. (1853)

8               The Gospel Fountain; or, The Anxious Youth made Happy. (1859)

9               The Influence of the Bible in Improving the Understanding and Moral Character. By John Matthews, D.D., Professor of Theology in the Theological Seminary at Hanover and New Albany, Indiana, Author of "Letters on the Divine Purpose," Etc. With a Memoir of the Author, by James Wood, D.D., President of Hanover College, Indiana. (1864)

 


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1               The Works of Leonard Woods, D.D., Lately Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological   Seminary, Andover. In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1849) (Theological Lectures 1-41.)

2               The Works of Leonard Woods, D.D., Lately Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological   Seminary, Andover. In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1851) (Theological Lectures 42-86.)

3               The Works of Leonard Woods, D.D., Lately Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological   Seminary, Andover. In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1851) (Theological Lectures 87-128.)

4               The Works of Leonard Woods, D.D., Lately Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological   Seminary, Andover. In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1849) (I. Letters to Unitarians. II. Reply to Dr.      Ware's Letters to Unitarians and Calvinists. III. Remarks on Dr. Ware's Answer. IV. Letters to Dr.            N. W. Taylor. V. Appendix. 1. Quotations from Concio and Clerum. 2. Examination of the               Doctrine of Perfection. VI. Appendix. 1. Letter to Mr. Mahan. 2. Dissertation on Miracles. 3.         Course of Study.)

5               The Works of Leonard Woods, D.D., Lately Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological   Seminary, Andover. In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1851) (I. Letters to Young Mistresses. II.                  Philosophy of the Mind. III. Remarks on Cause and Effect, in Connection with Fatalism and Free               Agency. IV. Remarks to "Inquirer." V. Efficacy of the Word of God. VI. Nine Funeral Sermons. VII.          Five Ordination Sermons. VIII. Two Installation Sermons. IX. Ten Sermons Delivered at the    Chapel of the Theological Seminary, Andover.)

 


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1               A Dissuasive from Gaming. (1718)

2               A Dissuasive from the Sin of Drunkenness. (1711)

3               A Rebuke to the Sin of Uncleanness. (1711)

4               A Serious Reflection on the Grievous Scandal of Profane Language in Conversation. (1708)

5               A Short Answer to the Objections that are made by Ill, or Ignorant Men, Against those Pious and Highly Useful Persons, who give Information to the Magistrates of the Breeches of the Laws Against Profaneness and Immorality. (1705)

6               An Account of the Progress of the Reformation of Manners, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and Other Parts of Europe and America. With some Reasons and plain Directions for our hearty and vigorous Prosecution of this Glorious Work. In a Letter to a Friend. To which is added, the Special Obligations of Magistrates, to be diligent in the Execution of the Penal-Laws against Profaneness and Debauchery, for the Effecting of a National Reformation. The Twelfth Edition with considerable Additions. (1704)

7               An Account of the Societies for Reformation of Manners, in London and Westminster, and other parts of the Kingdom. With a Persuasive to Persons of all Ranks, to be Zealous and Diligent in Promoting the Execution of the Laws against Profaneness and Debauchery, for the Effecting a National Reformation. Published with the Approbation of a Considerable Number of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal. (1699)

8               Fair Warnings to a Careless World; or, The Serious Practice of Religion, Recommended by the Admonitions of Dying Men, and the Sentiments of all People in their most serious Hours: And other Testimonies of an extraordinary Nature. By Josiah Woodward, D.D. To which is added, Serious Advice to a Sick Person by Archbishop Tillotson. As  also a Prospect of Death: A Pindarique Essay. With suitable Cuts. Recommended as proper to be given at Funerals. (1712) (Author: Woodward, Josiah, 1660-1712; Tillotson, John, 1630-1694)

9               Pastoral Advice to Young Persons. (1824)

10            The Divine Original, and Incomparable Excellency of the Christian Religion, as founded on the                  Holy Scriptures, Asserted and Vindicated: In Sermons, Preached at the Lecture Founded by the          Honorable Robert Boyle Esquire; In the Year of Our Lord, 1709/1710. (1712)

11            The Seaman's Monitor. (1711)

12            The Soldier's Monitor. Being Serious Advice to Soldiers, to behave themselves with a just Regard           to Religion and true Manhood. (1722)

 



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1               Memorial of Rev. J. H. Worcester, Jr., D. D. Containing a Brief Biography and Selected Sermons. (1893)

 



Wright, Julia McNair (1840-1903)

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1               Almost a Priest. A Tale that Deals in Facts. (1870)

2               Among the Alaskans. (1883)

3               Astronomy; The Sun and his Family. (1898)

4               Botany; The Story of Plant Life. (1898)

5               Bricks from Babel: A Brief view of the Myths, Traditions, and Religious Beliefs of Races, with Concise Studies in Ethnography. (1885)

6               Mr. Grosvenor's Daughter. A Story of City Life. (1893)

7               Nature Readers - Seaside and Wayside. Volume 1 (1896)

8               Nature Readers - Seaside and Wayside. Volume 2 (1896)

9               Nature Readers - Seaside and Wayside. Volume 3 (1894)

10            Nature Readers - Seaside and Wayside. Volume 4 (1893)

11            On a Snow Bound Train. A Winter's Tale. (1893)

12            Patriot and Tory: One Hundred Years Ago. A Tale of the Revolution, embracing an Authentic account of the Thrilling Incidents and Exciting Episodes of the Struggle for Independence; Graphic Sketches of Revolutionary Celebrities; the Story of Deborah Sampson, the Woman Soldier; And a Complete Drama of American Life One Hundred Years Ago. Illustrated with authentic Portraits, Diagrams, and Sketches. (1876)

13            Practical Life; or, Ways and Means for Developing Character and Resources. The Individual considered in regard to Domestic Life, Common Sense, Physical Culture, Education, Social Relations, Trades, Clubs, Business, Books, Dress, Love, Manners, Flirtations, Divorce, Marriage, Information, Limitations, and Religion. The World's Wedding Day. (1881)

14            Secrets of the Convent and Confessional: An Exhibition of the Influence and Workings of Papacy upon Society and Republican Institutions. By Julia M'Nair Wright. With an Introduction by Rev. Daniel March, D.D. (1873)

15            The Captain's Bargain. (1889)

16            The Complete Home: An Encyclopedia of Domestic Life and Affairs. The Household in its Foundation, Order, Economy, Beauty, Healthfulness, Emergencies, Methods, Children, Literature, Amusements, Religion, Friendships, Manners, Hospitality, Servants, Industry, Money, and History. A Volume of Practical Experiences Popularly Illustrated. (1879)

17            The Heir of Athole. A Story. (1887)

18            Twelve Noble Men. (1879) (Martin Booz.--George Whitefield.--John and Charles Wesley.--William Wilberforce.--John Howard.--Girolamo Savonarola.--Luigi de Sanctis.--Frederick W. Krummacher.--John Newton.--Roger Miller.--Henry Lyman.--Rev. Jonas King.)

 


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1               Chinese Researches. (1897)

2               Labor, Leisure, and Luxury; A Contribution to Present Practical Political Economy. New Edition.              (1887)

3               Memorials of Protestant Missionaries to the Chinese: Giving a List of their Publications, and Obituary Notices of the Deceased. With Copious Indices. (1867) (Author: Wylie, A. (Alexander), 1815-1887; Gamble, William)

4               Notes on Chinese Literature: With Introductory Remarks on the Progressive Advancement of the Art; And a list of Translations from the Chinese into Various European Languages. New Edition. (1902)

 


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1               A History of Protestantism. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1902) (Book First. Progress from the                    First to the Fourteenth Century. Book Second. Wicliffe and his Times: or, Advent of       Protestantism. Book Ninth. History of Protestantism from the Diet of Worms, 1521, to the        Augsburg Confession, 1530.)

2               A History of Protestantism. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1902) (Book Tenth. Rise and Establishment of Protestantism in Sweden and Denmark. Book Eleventh. Protestantism in          Switzerland from its Establishment in Zurich (1525) to the Death of Zwingle (1531). Book             Twelfth. Protestantism in Germany from the Augsburg Confession to the Peace of Passau. Book       Thirteenth. From rise of Protestantism in France (1510) to Publication of the "Institutes" (1536).                   Book Fourteenth. Rise and Establishment of Protestantism at Geneva. Book Fifteenth. The       Jesuits. Book Sixteenth. Protestantism in the Waldensian Valleys. Book Seventeenth.         Protestantism in France from Death of Francis I (1547) to Edict of Nantes (1598).)

3               A History of Protestantism. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1902) (Book Eighteenth. History of      Protestantism in the Netherlands. Book Nineteenth. Protestantism in Poland and Bohemia. Book     Twentieth. Protestantism in Hungary and Transylvania. Book Twenty-First. The Thirty Years'    War. Book Twenty-Second. Protestantism in France from Death of Henry IV (1610) to the                    Revolution (1789). Book Twenty-Third. Protestantism in England from the Times of Henry VIII.            Book Twenty-Fourth. Protestantism in Scotland.)

4               A Journey over the Region of Fulfilled Prophecy; or, Wrecked Bible Lands. (1850)

5               Daybreak in Spain; or, Sketches of Spain and its New Reformation. A Tour of Two Months. (1870)

6               Disruption Worthies, a Memorial of 1843. With a Historical Sketch of the Free Church of             Scotland from 1843 down to the Present Time. (1881)

7               History of the Waldenses. (188?) (A reprint of the 16th book of his "History of Protestantism.")

8               Life and Missionary Travels of the Rev. J. Furniss Ogle, M.A., from his Letters, Selected by his   Sister, and Edited by Rev. J. A. Wylie, LL.D. (1873) (Author: Ogle, John Furniss; Ogle, Jane;           Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890, ed)

9               Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber: or, The Influence of Romanism on Trade, Justice, and Knowledge. (1856)

10            Rome and Civil Liberty: or, The Papal Aggression in its Relation to the Sovereignty of the Queen and the Independence of the Nation. (1865)

11            Ter-Centenary of the Scottish Reformation, as Commemorated at Edinburgh, August, 1860. With Introduction by Rev. James Begg, D.D. (1860) (Author: Wylie, James Aitken, 1808-1890; Begg, James, 1808-1883)

12            The Awakening of Italy and the Crisis of Rome. (N.D.)

13            The Gospel Ministry: Duty and Privilege of supporting it. Second Edition. (1857)

14            The History of the Scottish Nation. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1886) (Pre-Historic, Druidic, Roman, and Early Christian Scotland.)

15            The History of the Scottish Nation. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1887) (The Celtic Christianization: Embracing the Epochs of Ninian, Patrick, Columba, Columbanus, and the Culdee Church.)

16            The History of the Scottish Nation. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1890) (From Union of Scots and Picts, A. D. 843, to Death of Alexander III, A. D. 1286.)

17            The Jesuits Their Moral Maxims and Plots Against Kings, Nations, and Churches. With Dissertation on Ireland. (1881)

18            The Papacy; Its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects: Being the Evangelical Alliance First Prize Essay on Popery. Fourth Edition. (1867)

19            The Papal Hierarchy: An Exposure of the Tactics of Rome for the Overthrow of the Liberty and Christianity of Great Britain. (1878)

20            The Scots Worthies: Their Lives and Testimonies. Including many additional Notes, and Lives of Eminent Worthies not Contained in the Original Collection. Edited by J. A. Wylie, LL.D. Assisted by Rev. James Anderson. With an Introductory Sketch of the History of the Period, by the Editor. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1875) (Author: Wylie, J. A. (James Aitken), 1808-1890; Anderson, James, of Edinburgh, jt. ed)

21            The Scots Worthies: Their Lives and Testimonies. Including many additional Notes, and Lives of Eminent Worthies not Contained in the Original Collection. Edited by J. A. Wylie, LL.D. Assisted by Rev. James Anderson. With an Introductory Sketch of the History of the Period, by the Editor. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1875) (Author: Wylie, J. A. (James Aitken), 1808-1890; Anderson, James, of Edinburgh, jt. ed)

22            The Seventh Vial ; Being an Exposition of the Apocalypse, and in Particular the Pouring out of the Seventh Vial, with Special Reference to the Present Revolutions in Europe. (1848)

23            Wanderings and Musings in the Valleys of the Waldenses. (1858)

 


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1               An Introduction to the Knowledge of Greek Grammar. (1838)

2               Memoir of Alexander McLeod, D.D., New York. By Samuel Brown Wylie, D.D., Philadelphia.        (1855) (Author: Wylie, Samuel B. (Samuel Brown), 1773-1852; McLeod, John Niel, 1806-1874
            Subject:
M'Leod, Alexander, 1774-1833; Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America)

3               Observations on "The Two Sons of Oil:" Containing a Vindication of the American Constitutions, and Defending the Blessings of Religious Liberty and Toleration, Against the Illiberal Strictures of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie. By William Findley, Esquire, Member of Congress. (1812) (Author: Findley, William, 1741 or 2-1821; Patterson & Hopkins. bkp CUL; Engles, Silas, 1781?-1827
Subject:
Wylie, Samuel B. (Samuel Brown), 1773-1852; Church and state -- United States Presbyterian Church; Freedom of religion -- History; Freedom of religion -- United States)

4               Samuel Brown Wylie. A Biographical Sketch. (N.D.)

5               The Two Sons of Oil; or, The Faithful Witness of Magistry and Ministry upon a Scriptural Basis.                   Third Edition. With an Essay on Submission to Civil Government. (1850)

 


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1               Theological Theses, Containing the Chief Heads of the Christian Doctrine, Deduced From Axioms; Composed and publicly defended in Preference and under the Direction of the very Reverend and most judicious John Henry Ringier, V.D.M. and Professor of Controversial Divinity in the Academy at Bern. By Isaac Sigfrid, of Zoffingen in Bern, and Daniel Wyttenbach, of Bern, in Order to obtain the Honor of the S. Ministry. 1747. (Translated from Latin.) To which is added a Discourse by Gerrit Lydekker, A.B. (1766) (Author: Isaac Sigfrid , Daniel Wyttenbach , John Henry Ringier)

 


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