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Reformed Beliefs H 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 Presbyterian, Dutch Reformed, French Reformed, Puritans, Anglican, and German Reformed, and including such writers as Robert Haldane, Charles Hodge, and Frances Havergal.


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1               An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: With Remarks on the Commentaries of Dr. Macknight, Professor Tholuck, and Professor Moses Stuart. Fourth Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (Chapters 1-5) (1840)

2               An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: With Remarks on the Commentaries of Dr. Macknight, Professor Tholuck, and Professor Moses Stuart. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (Chapters 6-10) (1838)

3               An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: With Remarks on the Commentaries of Dr. Macknight, Professor Tholuck, and Professor Moses Stuart. New Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (Chapters 11-16) (1842)

4               Memoirs of the Lives of Robert Haldane of Airthery, and of His Brother, James Alexander Haldane. (1858) (Author: Haldane, Alexander, 1800-1882 Subject: Haldane, Robert, 1764-1842; Haldane, J. A. (James Alexander), 1768-1851)

5               Review of the Conduct of the Directors of the British and Foreign Bible Society Relative to the Apocrypha and to their Administration on the Continent: With an answer to the Rev. C. Simeon, and observations on the Cambridge remarks. (1828)

6               The Books of the Old and New Testaments Proved to be Canonical, And their Verbal Inspiration Maintained and Established; with an Account of the Introduction and Character of the Apocrypha. Sixth Edition, Enlarged. (1853)

7               The Evidence and Authority of Divine Revelation, Being a View of the Testimony of the Law and the Prophets to the Messiah, with the Subsequent Testimonies. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1839)

8               The Evidence and Authority of Divine Revelation, Being a View of the Testimony of the Law and the Prophets to the Messiah, with the Subsequent Testimonies. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1839)

 




Hale, George (Presbyterian) (1812-1888)

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1               A History of the Old Presbyterian Congregation of the “People of Maidenhead and Hopewell”: More Especially of the First Presbyterian Church of Hopewell, at Pennington, New Jersey, Delivered at the Pastor’s request, on Sabbath Morning, July 2, 1876. (1876)

2               A Sermon. (1889) (Author: Hale, George, 1812-1888; Wills, David, 1860-1922 Subject: Hale, George, 1812-1888; Presbyterian Church (Pennington, N.J.))

3               The Kirkpatrick Memorial: or, Biographical Sketches of Father and Son. (1867) (Author: Blackburn, William Maxwell, 1828-1898; Kirkpatrick, Jacob, 1828-1859; Hale, George, 1812-1888
Subject:
Kirkpatrick, Jacob, 1785-1866; Kirkpatrick, Jacob, 1828-1859)

 



Hale, Sir Matthew (Anglican) (1609-1676)

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1               A Discourse of the Knowledge of God, and of Ourselves, I. By the Light of Nature; II. By the Sacred Scriptures; to which are added: A Brief Abstract of the Christian Religion; and, Considerations Seasonable at all Times, for the Cleansing of the Heart and Life. (1688)

2               A Letter of Advice to his Grandchildren, Matthew, Gabriel, Anne, Mary, and Frances Hale. (1817)

3               A Short Treatise Touching Sheriff's Accompts. (1683)

4               Contemplations Moral and Divine: In Two Parts. By Sir Matthew Hale, Knight, Late Chief Justice of the King’s-Bench. (1711)

5               Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Writings of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight. Lord Chief Justice of England. (1835) (Author: Williams, J. B. (John Bickerton), 1792-1855)

6               The Judgment of the late Lord Chief Justice Sir Matthew Hale, Of the Nature of True Religion, the Causes of its Corruption, and the Church's Calamity, by Men's Additions and Violences: With the Desired Cure. In Three Discourses, written by himself at several times. Humbly Dedicated to the Honorable Judges and Learned Lawyers, who knew and honored the Author, because in their true Sentiments of Religion, and its Depravations, and the Cure, the welfare of England, under His Majesty, as well as their own, is eminently concerned. By the faithful Publisher, Richard Baxter. To which is annexed the Judgment of Sir Francis Bacon Lord Verulam (St. Albans) and Chancellor of England: and somewhat of Dr. Isaac Barrow’s on the same subject. (1684)

7               On the Knowledge of Christ Crucified: And Other Divine Contemplations (1828)

8               Serious Reflections on Time and Eternity. (1828)

9               The Councils of a Father: In four Letters of Sir Matthew Hale to his Children. To which is added, The Practical Life of a True Christian, in the account of the Good Steward and the Great Audit. (1817)

10            The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; or, A Commentary upon Littleton. Not the name of the Author only, but of the Law itself. Revised and Corrected with Additions of Notes, References, and Proper Tables, by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler, Esquires of Lincoln’s Inn, including also the Notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor Nottingham: An Analysis of Littleton, written by an unknown Hand in 1638-9. By Charles Butler, Esquire, one of His Majesty’s Counsel. The Nineteenth Edition, Corrected. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1832) (Author: Edward Coke, Thomas Littleton, Francis Hargrave, Charles Butler, Heneage Finch Nottingham, and Matthew Hale)

11            The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; or, A Commentary upon Littleton. Not the name of the Author only, but of the Law itself. Revised and Corrected with Additions of Notes, References, and Proper Tables, by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler, Esquires of Lincoln’s Inn, including also the Notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor Nottingham: An Analysis of Littleton, written by an unknown Hand in 1638-9. By Charles Butler, Esquire, one of His Majesty’s Counsel. The Nineteenth Edition, Corrected. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1832) (Author: Edward Coke, Thomas Littleton, Francis Hargrave, Charles Butler, Heneage Finch Nottingham, and Matthew Hale)

12            The History of the Common Law of England, and an Analysis of the civil part of the Law. (1820)

13            The History of the Pleas of the Crown. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1847) (Author: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676; Stokes, William Axton, 1814?-1877; Ingersoll, Edward, 1817-1893; Emlyn, Sollom, 1697-1754)

14            The History of the Pleas of the Crown. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1847) (Author: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676; Stokes, William Axton, 1814?-1877; Ingersoll, Edward, 1817-1893; Emlyn, Sollom, 1697-1754)

15            The Jurisdiction of the Lords House, or Parliament: Considered According to Ancient Records. (1796)

16            The Life of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight. (1856) (Author: Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715; Fell, John, 1625-1686 Subject: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676; Hammond, Henry, 1609-1676)

17            The Lives of Sir Matthew Hale, Lord Chief Justice of England, Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, and Queen Mary II. To this Edition are added, Richard Baxter’s additional Notes to the Life of Sir Matthew Hale, and a Sermon Preached at the Funeral of the Earl of Rochester. (1774) (Author: Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Parsons, Robert, 1647-1714 Subject: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676; Richester, John Wilmot, 2d Earl of, 1647-1680; Mary II, Queen of England, 1662-1694)

18            The Works, Moral and Religious, of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight, and Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King’s Bench: The Whole now first collected and revised. To which are prefixed his Life and Death, by Bishop Burnet, D.D. and an Appendix to the Life, including the Additional Notes of Richard Baxter. By the Rev. T. Thirlwall, M.A. Editor of the Latin and English Diatessarons. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1805) (Author: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Thirlwall, Thomas, d. 1827; Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. Life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight)

19            The Works, Moral and Religious, of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight, and Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King’s Bench: The Whole now first collected and revised. To which are prefixed his Life and Death, by Bishop Burnet, D.D. and an Appendix to the Life, including the Additional Notes of Richard Baxter. By the Rev. T. Thirlwall, M.A. Editor of the Latin and English Diatessarons. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1805) (Author: Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Thirlwall, Thomas, d. 1827; Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. Life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, Knight)

 



Hall, Edwin (Presbyterian) (1802-1877)

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1               A Refutation of Sundry Baptist Errors, Particularly as they are set forth in a recent work of Rev. J. J. Woolsey, and in the Third Annual Report of the American and Foreign Bible Society. By Edwin Hall, Pastor of the First Congregational Church, Norwalk, Connecticut. (1841)

2               An Address in behalf of the Temperance Society, Norwalk, Connecticut, on February 26, 1833. (1833)

3               An Exposition of the Law of Baptism: As it Regards the Mode and the Subjects. By Edwin Hall, D.D., Professor of Theology, Auburn Theological Seminary. (1864)

4               Colleges Essential to Home Missions. (1853)

5               Farewell to the First Congregational Church in Norwalk, Connecticut, on Sabbath, April 29, 1855. (1855)

6               Puritanism not genuine Protestantism: Being a Review of, “The Puritans and their Principals, by Edwin Hall.” (1847) (Author: Chapin, A. B. (Alonzo Bowen), 1808-1858)

7               The Ancient Historical Records of Norwalk, Connecticut: With a plan of the Ancient Settlement: And the Town in 1847. (1865)

8               The Puritans and their Principles. (1851)

9               The Rational Psychology and its Vindications. (1862)

10            The Shorter Catechism of the Westminster Assembly: With Analysis and Scripture Proofs. Prepared for the Committee, by Edwin Hall, D.D. (1859) (Author: Edwin Hall , Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A , Publication Committee Publisher: Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-school Work)

 



Hall, James (Presbyterian) (1744-1826)

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1               Centennial Addresses on the Life and Character of Rev. James Hall, D. D.: And Short Sketches of the Ministers of the Gospel who have Descended from James and Prudence Hall. (1885) (Author: Rockwell, E. F. (Elijah Frink), 1809-1888; Johnston, F. H)



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1               Poems. (1816)

 


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1               History of the Presbyterian Church in Trenton, New Jersey: From the first Settlement of the Town. (1912)

2               Memorial. Rev. John Hall, D.D. Born August 11, 1806. Died May 10, 1894. (1894) (Author: Dixon, John, 1847-1935 Subject: Hall, John, 1806-1894)

3               Preparing to Teach: For Study by Sabbath School Teachers and Training Classes. (1875)

4               Sermons Preached before the Congregation of the Presbyterian Church, corner of Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, at the “Memorial Services” October 9, 1859. Appointed in Reference to the Death of their Late Pastor, James Waddel Alexander, D.D. By Charles Hodge, D.D., and John Hall, D.D. Published at the Request of the Session of the Church. (1859) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Hall, John, 1806-1894 Subject: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859)

5               The Chief End of Man: An Exposition of the First Answer of the Westminster Shorter Catechism. (1841)

6               The Examples of the Revolution. (1859) (Subject: Fourth of July orations.)

7               The Life of Rev. Henry Martyn. (1832) (Author: Hall, John, 1806-1894; Sargent, John, 1780-1833. A memoir of Rev. Henry Martyn; American Sunday-School Union Subject: Martyn, Henry, 1781-1812; Abdool Messeeh)

8               The Sower and the Seed. (1856)

 


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1               Bishop Hall, his Life and Times; or, Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Sufferings, of the Right Reverend Joseph Hall, D.D., successively Bishop of Exeter and Norwich: With a view of the Times in which he Lived, and an Appendix containing some of his Unpublished Writings, his Funeral Sermon, Etc. By the Rev. John Jones, Perpetual Curate of Cradley, Worcestershire. (1826) (Author: Jones, John, fl. 1821-1826)

2               Contemplations on the Historical Passages of the Old and New Testament. In Three Volumes.  Volume 1 (1770)

3               Contemplations on the Historical Passages of the Old and New Testament. In Three Volumes.  Volume 2 (1770)

4               Contemplations on the Historical Passages of the Old and New Testament. In Three Volumes.  Volume 3 (1770)

5               The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 1 (1863)

6               The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 2 (1863)

7               The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 3 (1863)

8               The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 4 (1863)

9               The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 5 (1863)

10            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 6 (1863)

11            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 7 (1863)

12            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 8 (1863)

13            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 9 (1863)

14            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Ten Volumes. Volume 10 (1863)

15            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 11 (1839)

16            The Works of Joseph Hall. In Twelve Volumes. Volume 12 (1839)

 


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1               A Practical and Polemical Commentary or Exposition of II Timothy Chapters 3-4. (1658)

2               An Exposition by way of Supplement on the Book of Amos Chapters 4-9. (1661)

3               The Beauty of Magistry in an Exposition of Psalm 82, Where is set forth the Necessity, Utility, Dignity, Duty, and Morality of Magistrates. Here many other Texts of Scripture occasionally are cleared, many Queries and Cases of Conscience about the Magistrate’s Power, are resolved, many Anabaptist Cavils are Confuted, and many seasonable Observations containing many other Heads of Divinity, are raised. Together with References to such Authors as clear any Point more fully. By Thomas Hall, B.D., and Pastor of Kingsnorton. With an Additional Sermon on Verse 6. By George Swinnock, M.A., and Pastor of Rickmersworth. (1660) (Author: Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665; Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665. Men are Gods, or the beauty of magistracy ..; Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665. Apology for the ministry, and its maintenance)

4               The Prophecy of Hosea. By the Rev. Jeremiah Burroughs, Rector of Tivetshall, Norfolk. 1643. Completed by the Rev. Thomas Hall, B.D., Rector of King’s Norton, and the Right Rev. Edward Reynolds, D.D., Bishop of Norwich. Revised and Corrected by the Rev. James Sherman, Minister of Surrey Chapel. (1863) (Author: Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646; Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665; Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676




Halsey, Leroy Jones (Presbyterian) (1812-1896)

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1               A History of the McCormick Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church. (1893) (Subject: McCormick Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, Chicago)

2               A Sketch of the Life and Educational Labors of Philip Lindsley, D. D.: Late President of the University of Nashville. (1859) (Subject: Lindsley, Philip, 1786-1855)

3               Educational Discourses. (1859) (Author: Lindsley, Philip, 1786-1855; Halsey, Leroy J. (Leroy Jones), 1812-1896)

4               Legal Prohibition the only remedy for Drunkenness: Being the Substance of two Discourses, Delivered in the Chestnut Street Church, Louisville, on the First Sabbaths of April and July, 1855. (1855)

5               “Mark the Perfect Man, and Behold the Upright; for the End of that Man is Peace.”  A Discourse on the Occasion of the Death of James Elliot, Delivered in Jackson, Mississippi, on Feb. 4, 1844. (1846) (Subject: Elliot, James, 1775-1839)

6               Scotland's Influence on Civilization. (1885)

7               The Beauty of Immanuel: His Name Shall be called Wonderful. (1860)

8               The Literary Attractions of the Bible: or, A Plea for the Word of God Considered as a Classic. (1859)

 


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1               Memoirs of the Rev. Thomas Halyburton. With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. David Young, Perth. Preface, by Rev. Isaac Watts. (1838)

2               The Works of the Rev Thomas Halyburton; Containing, I. The Great Concern of Salvation, II. Treatise on Natural and Revealed Religion, III. Communion Sermons, and IV. Memoirs. With an Essay on his Life and Writings, By the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D. Paisley. Complete in One Volume. (1835)

 


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1               A Memoir of Lady Colquhoun. (1850) (Subject: Colquhoun, Janet Sinclair, Lady, 1781-1846; Free Church of Scotland; Women -- History and condition of women Early to 1900)

2               A Memoir of Richard Williams, Surgeon: Catechist to the Patagonian Missionary Society in Tierra Del Fuego. (1855) (Subject: Williams, Richard, 1815-1851)

3               Life of James Hamilton D.D. F.L.S. By William Arnot, Edinburgh Fourth Edition. (1870) (Author: Arnot, William, 1808-1875)

4               Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines, with Notices Biographical and Critical. In 1 Volumes. Volume 1 (1859)

5               Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines, with Notices Biographical and Critical. In 2 Volumes. Volume 2 (1859)

6               Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines, with Notices Biographical and Critical. In 3 Volumes. Volume 3 (1859)

7               Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines, with Notices Biographical and Critical. In 4 Volumes. Volume 4 (1859)

8               Works of the Late Rev. James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1883) (I. Life in Earnest; Lectures on Christian Activity and Ardor. II. The Mount of Olives and other Lectures on Prayer. III. A Morning Beside the Lake of Galilee. IV. The Happy Home.)

9               Works of the Late Rev. James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1883) (I. The Light to the Path. II. Emblems from Eden. III. The Prodigal Son. IV. The Church in the House. V. The Dew of Hermon; or, The True Source of Christian Unity. VI. Thankfulness.)

10            Works of the Late Rev. James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1883) (I. The Royal Preacher; Lectures on Ecclesiastes. II. Lessons from the Great Biography; A. Early Incidents. B. Miracles. C. Discourses. D. Interviews. E. Final Glimpses.)

11            Works of the Late Rev. James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1881) (I. Buckland’s Bridgewater Treatise. II. A Geological Apologue. III. The Opening of the Prison. IV. Recollections of the Rev. R. M. M’Cheyne. V. Lecture, Introductory to a Course of Pastoral Theology. VI. Address on the Evangelical Alliance. VII. Simeon and his Predecessors. VIII. Thomas Chalmers, D.D. IX. Address to Servants. X. Lecture to Heads of Families. XI. Address to Students. XII. A Glimpse of the Redeemed in Glory. XIII. On the Wisdom and Goodness of God as Displayed in the Progress of the useful Arts. XIV. A Sound Mind-A Lecture. XV. Days Numbered and Noted. XVI. Bartholomew Day, 1662. XVII. The Evangelical Alliance and what it has done. XVIII. A World upon Wheels. XIX. What Israel Ought to Do. XX. The Gardens of the East. XXI. Notes on the Book of Job. XXII. The Proverbs of Solomon. XXIII. Manna. XXIV. Early Years of Erasmus. XXV. Erasmus in England.)

12            Works of the Late Rev. James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1882) (I. Moses the Man of God. A. The Ark of Bulrushes. B. The Father of Chivalry. C. The Momentous Choice. D. The Father of History. E. The Call. F. The Burning Bush. G. Moses and Messiah. H. Signs and Wonders; the Plagues. I. The Passover. J. The Fiery-Cloudy Pillar. K. The Red Sea. L. Marah. M. Murmurs. N. The Decalogue. O. The Law and its Fulfiller. P. The Theocratic King and the Oath of Allegiance. Q. The Tabernacle. R. The Divine Glory. S. The Lawgiver. T. The Water of Meribah. U. The Hermit Nation. V. The Hermit Nation- continued. W. “A Prayer of Moses, the Man of God.” X. Death of Moses. II. The Golden Series; Lectures on 2 Peter, Chapter 1. A. The Golden Series. B. Faith and Fortitude. C. Knowledge. D. Temperance. E. Patience. F. Godliness. G. Brotherly Kindness and Charity. H. The Practical Application. III. Philosophy and Christianity. A. The Stoic. B. The Epicurean. C. Plato. D. Philosophy and Christianity. IV. The Ethics of the Gospel; Lectures on Philippians 4:8. A. Truth. B. Nobleness. C. Nobleness-continued. D. Justice. E. Purity. Loveableness. F. Things Reputable. G. The Christian Character.)

13            Works of the Late Rev. James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1885) (Thirty Nine Sermons and Lectures Selected from the Manuscripts of the Late James Hamilton, D.D. F.L.S.)

 



Hammond, Edward Payson (Presbyterian) (1831-1910)

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1               Gathered Lambs: Showing How Jesus the “Good Shepherd” Laid down His Life for us, and how many Little Lambs have been Gathered into His Fold. (1870)

2               Jesus the Way; or, The Child's Guide to Heaven, Teaching little children to find Jesus, Who says, “I am the Way.” (1869)

3               Roger's Travels: or, Scenes and Incidents Connected with the Journey of Two Boys in Foreign Lands. (microfilm) (1887)

4               Sketches of Palestine: Descriptive of the Visit of the Rev. Edward Payson Hammond, to the Holy Land. (1869)

5               The Conversion of Children. (1882)

6               The Harvest Work of the Holy Spirit: Illustrated in the Evangelistic Labors of Rev. Edward Payson Hammond. (1862) (Author: Headley, P. C. (Phineas Camp), 1819-1903)

7               The Reaper and the Harvest or Scenes and Incidents in Connection with the Work of the Holy Spirit in the Life and Labors of Rev. E. P. Hammond, M. A. (1884) (Author: Headley, P. C. (Phineas Camp), 1819-1903)

8               The Song Evangel: A Choice Collection of Hymns and Tunes (Old and New) for Sabbath Schools, Church Service, Prayer Meetings, and “Times of Refreshing.” (1873)

 



Hanna, Thomas Beveridge (Presbyterian) (1828-1852)

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1               Life and Diary of the Late Rev. Thomas Beveridge Hanna, A. M., Pastor of the Associate Congregation of Clinton, Pennsylvania. (1852) (Author: Beveridge, Thomas Hanna, 1830-1860.)

 


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1               A Letter to Professor F. Max Muller on the Sacred Books of China, by Inquirer. (1880)

2               Influence of the College in the Civilization of the World: A Sermon. (1894)

3               Is the Shang-ti of the Chinese Classics the Same Being as Jehovah of the Sacred Scriptures? (1877)

4               The State Religion of China: by Inquirer. (1881)

 


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1               Heaven; or, An Earnest and Scriptural Inquiry into the Abode of the Sainted Dead. (1853)

2               Heavenly Recognition: or, An Earnest Scriptural Enquiry of the Question, “Will we Know our Friends in Heaven?” (1857)

3               Hymns and Chants, with Offices of Devotion: For use in Sunday-Schools, Parochial and week-day Schools, Seminaries and Colleges; Arranged according to the Church Year. (1861)

4               Life of the Rev. Henry Harbaugh, D. D. (1900) (Author: Harbaugh, Linn, 1860-1916; Gerhart, Emanuel Vogel, 1817-1904)

5               Poems. (1860)

6               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1857) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

7               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1872) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

8               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1872) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

9               The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1872) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

10            The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1881) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

11            The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in Europe and America. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1888) (Author: Harbaugh, Henry, 1817-1867; Heisler, D. Y. (Daniel Yost), 1820-1888; Deatrick, William Miller, 1823-1901; Bready, Guy Pearre, 1882-)

12            The Golden Censer; or, Devotions for Young Christians. (1860)

13            The Heavenly Home; or, The Employments and Enjoyments of the Saints in Heaven. (1853)

14            The Heidelberg Catechism; or, Short Instruction in Christian Doctrine, as it is Conducted in the Churches and Schools of the Palatinate and Elsewhere; Explained and Confirmed with Proof from the Holy Scriptures. The Whole adapted to the use of Catechetical Classes, Sabbath Schools, and Family Instruction. Translated from the German by Jeremiah Haak Good and Henry Harbaugh. (1849)

15            The Hymns of the Church. By Henry Harbaugh, D.D. Professor of Didactic Theology, at Mercersburg, Pennsylvania. (1865) (From The American Presbyterian and theological review, v. 3, no. 10 (April 1865))

 

16            The Life of Rev. Michael Schlatter; with a Full Account of his Travels and Labors among the Germans in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia; including his services as Chaplain in the French and Indian War, and the War of the Revolution. (1857) (Subject: Schlatter, Michael, 1716-1790)

17            Treason and Law: A Discourse, Delivered at Clearspring, Maryland, June 1, 1865, the Day of National Mourning. (1865) (Subject: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865)

18            Union with the Church, the Solemn Duty, and the Blessed Privilege of All who would be saved. (1856)

 


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1               A Sad Prognostic of Approaching Judgment: or, The Happy Misery of Good Men in Bad Times. Set Forth in a Sermon on Isaiah 57:1, Preached at St. Gregory’s, on June 13, 1658. By Nathanael Hardy, M.A., Minister of St. Dyonis Back Church. (1658)

2               Death's Alarm or Security's Warning Piece. A Sermon Preached in St. Dyonis Back Church, at the Funeral of Mrs. Mary Smith (Daughter of Mr. Isaac Colfe, Formerly Minister of God’s Word at Chadwell in Essex, and Late Wife of Mr. Richard Smith of London, Draper) who Died the 9th Day of Nov., 1653, and was Buried the 16th of the Same Month. (1654)

3               Divinity in Mortality: or, The Gospel's Excellency and the Preacher's Frailty, Represented in a Sermon Preached at the Funerals of Mr. Richard Goddard, Late Minister of the Parish of St. Gregory’s by Paul’s; Who Died on Thursday the 12th of May 1653, and was Buried on Monday the 16th Day of the Same Month. (1653)

4               The First General Epistle of St. John the Apostle, Unfolded and Applied. By Nathanael Hardy, D.D. (1865)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Christian Faith, A System of Dogmatics. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1913) (Author: Häring, Theodor, 1848-1928; Dickie, John, 1875- tr; Ferries, George, joint tr)

2               Christian Faith, A System of Dogmatics. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1913) (Author: Häring, Theodor, 1848-1928; Dickie, John, 1875- tr; Ferries, George, joint tr)

3               The Ethics of the Christian Life. (1909) (Author: Häring, Theodor, 1848-1928; Hill, James Samuel)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Observations on Various Passages of Scripture, Placing them in a new Light; and Ascertaining the Meaning of Several, not Determinable by the Methods commonly made use of by the Learned; Originally compiled by the Rev. Thomas Harmer, from Relations incidentally Mentioned in Books of Voyages and Travels into the East. In Four Volumes. First American Edition from the Fourth London Edition. With a new Arrangement. Many Important Additions, and Innumerable Corrections, by Adam Clarke, L.L.D. Volume 1 (1815) (Author: Harmer, Thomas, 1714-1788; Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832)

2               Observations on Various Passages of Scripture, Placing them in a new Light; and Ascertaining the Meaning of Several, not Determinable by the Methods commonly made use of by the Learned; Originally compiled by the Rev. Thomas Harmer, from Relations incidentally Mentioned in Books of Voyages and Travels into the East. In Four Volumes. First American Edition from the Fourth London Edition. With a new Arrangement. Many Important Additions, and Innumerable Corrections, by Adam Clarke, L.L.D. Volume 2 (1816) (Author: Harmer, Thomas, 1714-1788; Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832)

3               Observations on Various Passages of Scripture, Placing them in a new Light; and Ascertaining the Meaning of Several, not Determinable by the Methods commonly made use of by the Learned; Originally compiled by the Rev. Thomas Harmer, from Relations incidentally Mentioned in Books of Voyages and Travels into the East. In Four Volumes. First American Edition from the Fourth London Edition. With a new Arrangement. Many Important Additions, and Innumerable Corrections, by Adam Clarke, L.L.D. Volume 3 (1817) (Author: Harmer, Thomas, 1714-1788; Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832)

4               Observations on Various Passages of Scripture, Placing them in a new Light; and Ascertaining the Meaning of Several, not Determinable by the Methods commonly made use of by the Learned; Originally compiled by the Rev. Thomas Harmer, from Relations incidentally Mentioned in Books of Voyages and Travels into the East. In Four Volumes. First American Edition from the Fourth London Edition. With a new Arrangement. Many Important Additions, and Innumerable Corrections, by Adam Clarke, L.L.D. Volume 4 (1817) (Author: Harmer, Thomas, 1714-1788; Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832)

5               The Outlines of a New Commentary on Solomon's Song, Drawn by the help of Instructions from the East. Containing, I. Remarks, on its General Nature. II. Observations, on Detached Places of it. III. Queries, concerning the Rest of this Poem. (1768)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               An Exposition in the form of Question and Answer of the Westminster Assembly's Shorter Catechism (1905)

2               Life of Principal Harper. (1882) (Author: Thomson, Andrew, 1814-1901)

3               Lives of Ebenezer Erskine, William Wilson, and Thomas Gillespie: Fathers of 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))

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Life of Howell Harris: The Welsh Reformer, by Hugh Joshua Hughes. (1892)




Harsha, David Addison (1827-1895)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Life of Philip Doddridge, D. D.: With Notices of some of his Contemporaries, and Specimens of his Style. (1865) (Subject: Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751)

2               Life of Rev. James Hervey. (1865) (Subject: Hervey, James, 1714-1758; Methodists)

3               Noted Living Albanians and State Officials. A Series of Biographical Sketches. (1891)

4               The Christian's Present for All Seasons: Containing Devotional Thoughts from Eminent Divines, from Joseph Hall to William Jay: with an Introductory Essay on Devotion by W. B. Sprague. (1866) (Author: Harsha, D. A. (David Addison), 1827-1895; Sprague, William Buell, 1795-1876)

5               The Heavenly Token: A Gift Book for Christians. (1855) (Author: Harsha, D. A. (David Addison), 1827-1895; Stewart, George Rippey, 1895-)

6               The Life and Choice Works of Isaac Watts. (1857) (Subject: Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748)

7               The Life of Charles Sumner; With Choice Specimens of his Eloquence, a Delineation of his Oratorical Character, and his Great Speech on Kansas. (1856) (Subject: Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874)

8               The Most Eminent Orators and Statesmen of Ancient and Modern Times; Containing Sketches of their Lives, Specimens of their Eloquence, and an Estimate of their Genius. (1854)

9               Wanderings of a Pilgrim. (1854)

 



Harvey, Gideon (Anglican) (1640-1700)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               The Conclave of Physicians, in Two Parts: Detecting their Intrigues, Frauds, and Plots, Against their Patients, and their Destroying the Faculty of Physic: Also a Peculiar Discourse of the Jesuit’s Bark, the History thereof, with its True Use and Abuse, Moreover an Account of some Eminent Cases and New Principles in Physic, of Greater Use than Any Yet Known. By Gideon Harvey, M.D., Physician in Ordinary to His Majesty. (1686)

2               The Vanities of Philosophy and Physic: Together with Directions and Medicines Easily Prepared by Any of the Least Skill, Whereby to Preserve Health, and Prolong Life, as Well in Those that Live Regularly, as Others that Live Irregularly. Comprising Moreover Hypotheses Different from those of the Schools Throughout Almost the Whole Art of Physic, and Particularly Relating to Indigestion, and Other Diseases of the Stomach, Fevers, Consumption, Stone, Gravel, Suppression of Urine, Apoplexy, Palsy, Madness, Diseases of the Eyes, and Others: With Variety of Medicines, and Rules Whereby to make Particular Choice of them. The Whole Being a Work Very Useful to All, but Especially to Those that have Any Relation to the Art of Physic. Bt Gideon Harvey, M.D., the King’s Physician to the Tower. (1700)

 



Hatfield, Edwin Francis (Presbyterian) (1807-1883)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Christ's Second Coming, is it Pre-Millennial or Post- Millennial?: The Great Question of the Day, Scripturally, Historically, and Philosophically considered, with a reply to Professor Shedd on “Eschatology” or the Millenarianism or Chiliasm of the Ancient, Medieval, and Modern, also, remarks on an Article Written upon the same Subject by the Rev. E. F. Hatfield. (1866) (Author: Shimeall, R. C. (Richard Cunningham), 1803-1874; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894; Hatfield, Edwin F. (Edwin Francis), 1807-1883)

2               Eminent Authors on Effective Revival Preaching. (1876) (Author: Doe, Walter P., 1813-; Hatfield, Edwin F. (Edwin Francis), 1807-1883) (Hatfield, Shepard, Park, Finney, Barnes, McIlvaine, McCosh, Beecher, Stowe, Murray, Cuyler, Taylor, Hall, Talmage, Spurgeon, Moody and others.)

3               General Catalog of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, 1836-1876. (1876)

4               History of Elizabeth, New Jersey: Including the Early History of Union County. (1868)

5               Patient Continuance in Well Doing: A Memoir of Elihu Whittlesey Baldwin. (1843) (Author: Hatfield, Edwin F. (Edwin Francis), 1807-1883; Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1793-1881 Subject: Baldwin, Elihu Whittlesey, 1789-1840; Presbyterian Church)

6               Saint Helena and the Cape of Good Hope: or, Incidents in the Missionary Life of the Rev. James M'Gregor Bertram of Saint Helena. (1852) (Subject: Bertram, James M'Gregor, b. 1806)

7               The Chapel Hymn Book, with Tunes: For the Worship of God. (1878)

8               The Early Annals of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. (1876)

9               The Poets of the Church: A Series of Biographical Sketches of Hymn Writers with Notes on their Hymns. (1884)

10            Universalism as it is: or, A Textbook of Modern Universalism in America. (1841)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A History of the New Testament Times. By Dr. A. Hausrath, Ordinary Professor of Theology in the University of Heidelberg. The Times of the Apostles. Translated, with the Author’s Sanction, from the Second German Edition, by L. Huxley, B.A. With a Preface by Mrs. Humphry Ward. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1895)

2               A History of the New Testament Times. By Dr. A. Hausrath, Ordinary Professor of Theology in the University of Heidelberg. The Times of the Apostles. Translated, with the Author’s Sanction, from the Second German Edition, by L. Huxley, B.A. With a Preface by Mrs. Humphry Ward. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1895)

3               A History of the New Testament Times. By Dr. A. Hausrath, Ordinary Professor of Theology in the University of Heidelberg. The Times of the Apostles. Translated, with the Author’s Sanction, from the Second German Edition, by L. Huxley, B.A. With a Preface by Mrs. Humphry Ward. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1895)

4               A History of the New Testament Times. By Dr. A. Hausrath, Ordinary Professor of Theology in the University of Heidelberg. The Times of the Apostles. Translated, with the Author’s Sanction, from the Second German Edition, by L. Huxley, B.A. With a Preface by Mrs. Humphry Ward. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1895)

5               Jetta: or, Heidelberg under the Romans. A Historical Novel. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1886) (Author: Hausrath, Adolf, 1837-1909; Corkran, Sutton)

6               Jetta: or, Heidelberg under the Romans. A Historical Novel. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1886) (Author: Hausrath, Adolf, 1837-1909; Corkran, Sutton)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Bells Across the Snow; Illustrated. (1883)

2               Birthday Blessings; a Havergal Birthday Book, with Twelve Colored Illustrations. (1904)

3               Bruey: A Little Worker for Christ. (1873)

4               Frances Ridley Havergal: The Last Week. (1879) (Author: Havergal, Maria V. G. (Maria Vernon Graham), 1821-1887)

5               Golden Thoughts from the Life and Works of Frances Ridley Havergal. (1895)

6               Kept for the Master's Use (1879)

7               Letters of the Late Frances Ridley Havergal. (1885) (Author: Havergal, Frances Ridley, 1836-1879; Havergal, Maria Vernon Graham, 1821-1887)

8               Life Echoes. With a few Selected Pieces by William Henry Havergal, M.A. and Twelve Illustration by the Baroness Helga Von Cramm. (1883)

9               Life Mosaic. The Ministry of Song and Under the Surface, with Twelve Illustrations by the Baroness Helga Von Cramm. (1879)

10            Little Pillows: or, Good-Night Thoughts for the Little Ones. (1891)

11            Loyal Responses: or, Daily Melodies for the King’s Minstrels. (1883)

12            Memorials of Frances Ridley Havergal. (1882) (Author: Havergal, Maria V. G. (Maria Vernon Graham), 1821-1887)

13            Morning Bells: or, Waking Thoughts for the Little Ones. (1893)

14            My King and His Service. My King, Royal Commandments, Royal Bounty, Royal Invitation, and Loyal Responses. (1892)

15            My King: or, Daily Thoughts for the King’s Children. (1877)

16            Royal Bounty: or, Evening Thoughts for the King’s Guests. (1877)

17            Royal Commandments: or, Morning Thoughts for the King’s Servants. (1877)

18            Songs of Grace and Glory: Hymnal and Musical Treasure of the Church of Christ from many Centuries. (1880) (Author: Havergal, Frances Ridley, 1836-1879; Snepp, Charles B
Subject:
Hymns, English; Church of England)

19            Starlight Through the Shadows, and other Gleams from the King’s Word. (1882)

20            Streamlets of Song for the Young. (1887)

21            The Ministry of Song (1879)

22            The Poetical Works of Frances Ridley Havergal (1902)

23            The Royal Invitation: or, Daily Thoughts of Coming to Christ. (1887)

24            Under His Shadow: The Last Poems of Frances Ridley Havergal. (1880)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Havergal’s Psalmody and Century of Chants from “Old Church Psalmody: Hundred Tunes & Unpublished Manuscripts of the Late Rev. W. H. Havergal, Honorary Canon of Worcester, with Prefaces, Indices, and Portrait.” (1871) (Author: Havergal, William Henry, 1793-1870; Havergal, Frances Ridley, 1836-1879 Subject: Hymns, English; Psalms (Music); Chants (Plain, Gregorian, etc.); Tune-books)

2               History of the Old Hundredth Psalm Tune, with Specimens. (1854)

3               Metrical Psalms and Hymns, for Singing in Churches. (1849)

4               Records of the Life of the Rev. Wm. H. Havergal, M.A.: Formerly Rector of St. Nicholas’, Worcester, and Honorary Canon of Worcester Cathedral. (1882) (Author: Crane, Jane Miriam Havergal)

5               Six Lectures on the Ark of the Covenant. (1867)

6               The Faithful Servant, and the Triumph of the Gospel. Two Sermons, Preached in the Parish Church of St. Michael, Bath, on Sunday, February 24, 1856, on the Death of the Rev. John East, M.A., Rector of the Parish. By William Henry Havergal, M.A., Hon. Canon, and Rector of St. Nicholas, Worcester, and Arthur John Macleane, M.A., Rector of Charlcombe, and Head Master of King Edward’s Grammar School, Bath. (1856)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Addresses Delivered at the Lane Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. at the Inauguration of William H. Roberts, as Professor of Practical Theology (1887) (Author: Lane Theological Seminary; Roberts, William Henry, 1844-1920; Hays, George Price, 1838-1897
Subject:
Lane Theological Seminary; Clergy Office; Pastoral theology)

2               History of the Second Presbyterian Church, Washington, Pa. - As Delivered before the Congregation on Sabbath July 9, 1876. (1876)

3               Presbyterians, A Popular Narrative of their Origin, Progress, Doctrines, and Achievements (1892)

 



Hayward, John (Anglican) (1564-1627)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Annals of the First four Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth (1840)

2               The First Part of the Reign of King Henry IV. (1599)

3               The Life and Reign of King Edward VI. (1630)

4               The Lives of the Three Normans, Kings of England: William I. William II. Henry I. (1613)

5               The Precious Blood of the Son of God, Shed Without the Gates of Jerusalem, for the Redemption of Lost and Undone Sinners. (1692)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hayward_(historian)

 



Heaton, William James (1845-?)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Our Own English Bible - History of the Bible (1913)

2               Our Own English Bible: Its Translators and their Work, the Manuscript Period. (1913)

3               The Bible of the Reformation: Its Translators and their Work. (1910)

4               The Puritan Bible and other Contemporaneous, Testament, Protestant Versions (1913)

 



Hefele, Karl Joseph von (1809-1893)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               A History of the Councils of the Church: From the Original Documents. Translated by William Robinson Clark (1829-1912). In Five Volumes. Volume 1 (1872) (v. 1. To the close of the Council of Nicaea, A.D. 325.)

2               A History of the Councils of the Church: From the Original Documents. Translated by William Robinson Clark (1829-1912). In Five Volumes. Volume 2 (1876) (v. 2. A.D. 326 to A.D. 429.)

3               A History of the Councils of the Church: From the Original Documents. Translated by William Robinson Clark (1829-1912). In Five Volumes. Volume 3 (1883) (v .3. A.D. 431 to A.D. 451.)

4               A History of the Councils of the Church: From the Original Documents. Translated by William Robinson Clark (1829-1912). In Five Volumes. Volume 4 (1895) (v.4. A.D. 451 to A.D. 680.)

5               A History of the Councils of the Church: From the Original Documents. Translated by William Robinson Clark (1829-1912). In Five Volumes. Volume 5 (1896) (v. 5. A.D. 626 to the close of the Second Council of Nicaea, A.D. 787.)

  


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Aid to the Heidelberg Catechism (1904) (Author: Good, James I. (James Isaac), 1850-1924; Van Horne, David, 1837-1930)

2               An Aid to the Heidelberg Catechism. (1896) (Author: Thelemann, Otto)

3               Exercises on the Heidelberg Catechism: Adapted to the use of Families, Sabbath Schools, and Catechetical Classes. (1854) (Author: Fisher, Samuel Reed, 1810-1881)

4               Expository Lectures on the Heidelberg Catechism. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1864) (Author: Bethune, George W. (George Washington), 1805-1862)

5               Expository Lectures on the Heidelberg Catechism. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1866) (Author: Bethune, George W. (George Washington), 1805-1862)

6               Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. (Lord’s Days 1-6 and 23-33) (1920) (Author: Schenck, Ferdinand Schureman, 1845-1925)

7               Heidelberg Catechism: A Short History of the Heidelberg Catechism, Introduction, Tercentenary Text, Selected Bible Passages, Suitable Hymns, Etc. (1907)

8               History and Genius of the Heidelberg Catechism. (1847) (Author: John Williamson Nevin)

9               Notes on the Heidelberg Catechism for Parents, Teachers, and Catechumens. (1878) (Author: Whitmer, A. C.)

10            Tercentenary Monument: In Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism. (1863) (Author: Reformed Church in the United States. General Convention, Jan. 17-23, 1863)

("The essays contained in this volume ... were read before a general convention of the church, held in Philadelphia, January 17-23, 1863, in honor of the three hundredth anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism."--Pref)

Historical introduction, by S.R. Fisher and L.H. Steiner: Preparation for the tercentenary convention. Proceedings of tercentenary convention, with sketches of addresses.--Theological, historical and biographical essays: Opening sermon, by S.R. Fisher. Undying life in Christ, by J.W. Nevin. The city and University of Heidelberg, by C.B. Hundeshagen; tr. by T.C. Porter. The Swiss reformers, by Dr. Herzog; tr. by H. Harbaugh. Melancthon, and the Melancthonian tendency in Germany, and its relation to the Reformed Church, by Dr. Ebrard; tr. by W.M. Reily. Sketches from the history of the Heidelberg Catechism in the land of its birth, by C. Ullmann; tr. by J.W. Nevin. A brief history of the Heidelberg Catechism in the Netherlands, by G.D.J. Schotel; tr. by H. Harbaugh. Frederick III, elector of the Palatinate, by B.S. Schneck. The authors of the Heidelberg Catechism, by T.C. Porter. Creed and cultus: with special reference to the relation of the Heidelberg Catechism to the Palatinate liturgy, by H. Harbaugh

The genius and mission of the German Reformed Church, in relation to the Lutheran Church and to those branches of the Reformed Church which are not German, by Theodore Appel. The organic structure of the Heidelberg Catechism, by T.G. Apple. The theological system in which the Heidelberg Catechism rests, the kind of religious life it cultivates, and the theory of practical religion which it assumes, by M. Kieffer. The Heidelberg Catechism in its relation to other confessions, by E.V. Gerhart. The Heidelberg Catechism in the Reformed Church of Holland and America, by Thomas De Witt. The authority of the Heidelberg Catechism, by G.B. Russel. The educational system of religion underlying the Heidelberg Catechism, by D. Gans. Catechetics and catechetical instruction, by B. Bausman. The fortunes of the Heidelberg Catechism in the United States, by J.H.A. Bomberger. The history of the theological seminary of the German Reformed Church in its relation to the Heidelberg Catechism, by B.C. Wolff
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11            The Apostles' Creed in the Twentieth Century: or, Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. (Lord's Days 7-22) (1918) (Author: Schenck, Ferdinand Schureman, 1845-1925)

12            The Commentary of Dr. Zacharias Ursinus, on the Heidelberg Catechism. Translated from the Original Latin, by the Rev. G. W. Williard, D.D. Third American Edition. (1888) (Author: Ursinus, Zacharias, 1534-1583; Williard, G. W., (George Washington), 1818-1900)

13            The Compendium Explained; A Popular Exposition of the Abridgement of the Heidelberg Catechism, known as the “Compendium of the Christian Religion,” of the Reformed Churches of Holland, and of Holland Origin. (1915) (Author: Beets, Henry, 1869-1947)

14            The Heidelberg Catechism in its Newest Light. (1914) (Author: Good, James I. (James Isaac), 1850-1924)

15            The Heidelberg Catechism or Short Instruction in Christian Doctrine, by Jeremiah Haak Good and Henry Harbaugh. (1849)

16            The Heidelberg Catechism, in German, Latin, and English: With a Historical Introduction. (1863) (Subject: Reformed Church)

17            The Heidelberg Catechism, Specially Arranged and Adapted for use in Sunday Schools and Catechetical Classes. (1889)

18            The History and Literature of the Heidelberg Catechism, and of its Introduction into the Netherlands. (1863) (Author: Alpen, Heinrich Simon von)

19            The Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer; A Sociological Study: or, Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism. (Lord's Days 34-52) (1902) (Author: Schenck, Ferdinand Schureman, 1845-1925)

20            The Three Forms of Unity: The Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession, and the Canons of Dort. (1900)

 



Heighway, Osborn W. Trenery (?-?)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Adeline or the Mysteries, Romance, & Realities of Jewish Life Volume 1 (1854)

2               Adeline or the Mysteries, Romance, & Realities of Jewish Life Volume 2 (1854)

3               Leila Ada, the Jewish Convert - an Authentic Memoir (1853)



Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Sermon Preached to the Honorable House of Commons at Their Late Solemn Fast, Wednesday, December 27, 1643. (1644)

2               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.
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3               Alexander Henderson, Churchman and Statesman. (Author: Orr, Robert Low, 1854-1944)

4               Alexander Henderson, the Covenanter. (1912) (Author: Thomson, James Pringle)

5               The Answers of some Brethren of the Ministry: To the Replies of the Ministers and Professors of Divinity in Aberdeen, Concerning the Late Covenant. (1638) (Author: Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646; Dickson, David, 1583?-1663)

6               Lives of Alexander Henderson and James Guthrie with Specimens of Their Writings. (1846) (Author: Alexander Henderson, James Guthrie, and Thomas M'Crie.)

7               Reformation of Church Government in Scotland: Cleared from some Mistakes and Prejudices. (1644)

8               Sermons, Prayers, and Pulpit Addresses. (1867)

9               The Evangelical Succession: A Course of Lectures Delivered in St. George's Free Church. (1883) (Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564; Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572; Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646; Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Leighton, Robert, 1611-1684; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von, 1700-1760; Reformation -- Biography)

10            The Government and Order of the Church of Scotland. (1641)

11            The Humble Petition of the Commissioners of the General Assembly to the King's Majesty: Their Declaration sent to the Parliament of England. Their Letter to some Brethren of the Ministry there; and their Commission to their Brother Master Alexander Henderson, January, 1643. (1643) (Author: Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission; Tyler, Evan
Subject:
Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649)

12            The Life and Times of Alexander Henderson, Giving a History of the Second Reformation of the Church of Scotland, and the Covenanters, during the Reign of Charles I. (1836) (Author: Aiton, John, 1797-1863)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia; including a Tour of the Crimea, and the Passage of the Caucasus: With Observations on the state of the Rabbinical and Karaite Jews, and the Mohammedan and Pagan Tribes, inhabiting the Southern Provinces of the Russian Empire; with Maps and Plates. (1826)

2               Divine Inspiration; or, The Supernatural Influence exerted on the Communication of Divine Truth; and its Special bearing on the Composition of the Sacred Scriptures: With Notes and Illustrations. (1836)

3               Iceland; or, The Journal of a Residence in that Island, during the Years 1814 and 1815. Containing, Observations on the Natural Phenomena, History, Literature, and Antiquities of the Island; and the Religion, Character, Manners, and Customs of the Inhabitants. With an Introduction and Appendix. Illustrated with a Map and Engravings. (1819)

4               Memoir of the Rev. E. Henderson, D.D., Ph.D. Including his Labors in Denmark, Iceland, Russia, Etc., Etc. By Thulia Susannah Henderson. (1859)

5               The Book of the Prophet Ezekiel, Translated from the Original Hebrew; with a Commentary, Critical Philological, and Exegetical. (1870)

6               The Book of the Prophet Jeremiah with Lamentations: Translated from the Original Hebrew; with a Commentary, Critical, Philological, and Exegetical. (1851)

7               The Book of the Twelve Minor Prophets: Translated from the Original Hebrew, with a Commentary, Critical, Philological, and Exegetical. (1845)

8               The Great Mystery of Godliness Incontrovertible; or, Sir Isaac Newton and the Socinians foiled in the Attempt to Prove a Corruption in the Text, I Tim. 3:16. Containing: A Review of the Charges brought Against the Passage; An Examination of the Various Readings; and a Confirmation of that in the Received Text on Principles of General and Biblical Criticism. By Ebenezer Henderson, Professor of Divinity and the Oriental Languages at Highbury College. (1830)

9               The Turkish New Testament incapable of Defense, and the True Principles of Biblical Translation Vindicated: In Answer to Professor Lee’s “Remarks on Dr. Henderson’s appeal to the Bible Society, on the subject of the Turkish version of the New Testament printed at Paris in 1819.” (1825)      

 



Henderson, Henry Fotheringham (Presbyterian) (?-1939)

Reformed Beliefs H

1           Erskine of Linlathen: Selections and Biography. (1899)

2           The Age of the Maccabees. (1900)

3           The Religious Controversies of Scotland. (1905)

 



Henderson, Robert (Presbyterian) (1764-1834)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Series of Sermons on Practical and Familiar Subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1823)

2               A Series of Sermons on Practical and Familiar Subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1823)

3               The Good News. (1847)

 



Hendrick, James Paul (Presbyterian) (1828-1898)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Rev. James Paul Hendrick, D. D. Memoirs with an Appendix Containing History of Ebenezer Presbytery and Other Papers. (1907) (Author: Hendrick, Wm. J. (William Jackson), b. 1855)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Christology of the Old Testament and Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1861)

2               Christology of the Old Testament and Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1861)

3               Christology of the Old Testament and Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1861)

4               Christology of the Old Testament and Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1861)

5               Commentary on Ecclesiastes, with Other Treatises. (1860)

6               Commentary on the Gospel of St. John. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1865)

7               Commentary on the Gospel of St. John. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1865)

8               Dissertations on the Genuineness of Daniel and the Integrity of Zechariah. (1848)

9               Dissertations on the Genuineness of the Pentateuch. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1847)

10            Dissertations on the Genuineness of the Pentateuch. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1847)

11            Egypt and the Books of Moses or the Books of Egypt with an Appendix. (1843)

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

13            History of German Theology in the Nineteenth Century. (1889) (Author: Lichtenberger, F. (Frédéric), 1832-1899)

14            History of the Kingdom of God under the Old Testament. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1871)

15            History of the Kingdom of God under the Old Testament. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1871)

16            The Lord's Day. (1853)

17            The Prophecies of the Prophet Ezekiel Elucidated. (1869)

18            The Psalms Translated and Explained. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1850)

19            The Psalms Translated and Explained. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1850)

20            The Psalms Translated and Explained. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1850)

21            The Revelation of St. John Expounded. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1851)

22            The Revelation of St. John Expounded. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1852)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               George Herbert. (1883) (Author: Wise, Daniel, 1813-1898)

2               George Herbert and his Times. (1906) (Author: Hyde, A. G)

3               Pilgrim’s Progress. The Lives of John Donne and George Herbert. (1909) (Author: Bunyan, John, 1628-1688; Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683 Subject: Donne, John, 1572-1631; Herbert, George, 1593-1633)

4               Poets in the Pulpit. (1899) (Author: Haweis, H. R. (Hugh Reginald), 1839-1901 Subject: Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882; Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892; Browning, Robert, 1812-1889; Keble, John, 1792-1866; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850)

5               Puritan and Anglican: Studies in Literature. (1901) (Author: Dowden, Edward, 1843-1913
Subject:
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Browne, Thomas, Sir, 1605-1682; Bunyan, John, 1628-1688; Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Milton, John, 1608-1674; Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667; Vaughan, Henry, 1621-1695; English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 History and criticism) (Puritanism and English literature.--Sir Thomas Browne.--Richard Hooker.--Anglo-Catholic poets; Herbert, Vaughan.--Milton; Civil liberty.--Milton II; ecclesiastical and theological liberty: poems.--An Anglican and a Puritan Eirenicon; Jeremy Taylor, Baxter.--John Bunyan.--Samuel Butler.--Transition to the eighteenth century)

 

6               The Life of George Herbert. (1858) (Author: Duyckinck, George L. (George Long), 1823-1863)

7               The Life of George Herbert of Bemerton. (1893) (Author: Daniell, John Jeremiah, 1819-1898)

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

9               The Works of George Herbert in Prose and Verse. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1846)

10            The Works of George Herbert in Prose and Verse. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1846)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend James Hervey, A. M.: Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonshire. In Six Volumes. Volume 1 (1779)

2               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend James Hervey, A. M.: Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonshire. In Six Volumes. Volume 2 (1779)

3               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend James Hervey, A. M.: Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonshire. In Six Volumes. Volume 3 (1779)

4               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend James Hervey, A. M.: Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonshire. In Six Volumes. Volume 4 (1779)

5               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend James Hervey, A. M.: Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonshire. In Six Volumes. Volume 5 (1779)

6               The Whole Works of the Late Reverend James Hervey, A. M.: Rector of Weston-Favell, in Northamptonshire. In Six Volumes. Volume 6 (1825)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               American Ornithology or the Natural History of the Birds of the United States. In Four Volumes.  Volume 1 (1831) (Author: Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813; Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857; Jameson, Robert, 1774-1854; Ord, George, 1781-1866; Hetherington, W. M. (William Maxwell), 1803-1865)

2               American Ornithology or the Natural History of the Birds of the United States. In Four Volumes.  Volume 2 (1831) (Author: Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813; Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857; Jameson, Robert, 1774-1854; Ord, George, 1781-1866; Hetherington, W. M. (William Maxwell), 1803-1865)

3               American Ornithology or the Natural History of the Birds of the United States. In Four Volumes.  Volume 3 (1831) (Author: Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813; Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857; Jameson, Robert, 1774-1854; Ord, George, 1781-1866; Hetherington, W. M. (William Maxwell), 1803-1865)

4               American Ornithology or the Natural History of the Birds of the United States. In Four Volumes.  Volume 4 (1831) (Author: Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813; Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857; Jameson, Robert, 1774-1854; Ord, George, 1781-1866; Hetherington, W. M. (William Maxwell), 1803-1865)

5               An Exposition of the Confession of Faith of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. (1857) (Author: Robert Shaw, William Maxwell Hetherington)

6               Coleridge and His Followers: A Lecture. (1853)

7               Family Life or Masters and Servants as They Were, Are, and Ought to Be. By the Rev. W. M. Hetherington, D.D., LL.D. and the Rev. Andrew Thomson, D.D. (1856)

8               History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of Christianity to the Period of the Disruption in 1843. (1851)

9               History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. (1878)

10            Poems on Various Subjects. (1851)

11            Twelve Dramatic Sketches, founded on the Pastoral Poetry of Scotland. (1829) (Author: Hetherington, W. M. (William Maxwell), 1803-1865; Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850.)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1779) (Author: Hewatt, Alexander; South Carolina. Constitution; Locke, John, 1632-1704)

2               An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1779) (Author: Hewatt, Alexander; South Carolina. Constitution; Locke, John, 1632-1704)

 



Hewit, Nathaniel (Presbyterian) (1788-1867)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Discourse, Delivered before the General Association of Connecticut, at its Annual Meeting, New-Haven, on June, 1840. (1840)

2               Discourse at the Funeral Solemnities, Observed at Bridgeport, on April 19, 1841, Commemorative of the Decease of William Henry Harrison. (1841) (Subject: Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841)

3               Importance of a Minister’s Reputation: A Sermon delivered at the Installation of the Rev. Nathaniel Hewit, D.D., as Pastor of the Second Congregational Church of Christ in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on December 1, 1830. (1831) (Author: Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854)

3               The Life and Character of Nathaniel Hewit, D. D.: A Discourse Preached at his Funeral, in the Presbyterian Church, Bridgeport, Conn., on February 6, 1867. (1867) (Author: Atwater, Lyman Hotchkiss, 1813-1883)

4               The Moral Law the Essential Element of American Liberty: The Substance of a Lecture, to the Bridgeport Lyceum, read on April 19, 1839. (1839)

5               The Wine Question. (1839)

 



Higgins, Francis Edmond (Presbyterian) (1865-1915)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               The Lumberjack Sky Pilot. (1908) (Author: Whittles, Thomas D. (Thomas Davis), 1873-; Winona Publishing Company. pbl Subject: Higgins, Francis Edmond, 1865-1915; Church work with loggers -- Minnesota; Presbyterian Church -- Clergy)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Compendium of the Laws of the Church of Scotland. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1830) (Author: Steuart, Walter, d. 1764. Collections and observations concerning the worship, discipline, and government of the Church of Scotland; Hill, George, 1750-1819. Theological institutes)

2               A Compendium of the Laws of the Church of Scotland. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1830) (Author: Steuart, Walter, d. 1764. Collections and observations concerning the worship, discipline, and government of the Church of Scotland; Hill, George, 1750-1819. Theological institutes)

3               Lectures on Divinity. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1833) (Author: Hill, George, 1750-1819; Hill, Alexander, 1785-1867)

4               Lectures on Divinity. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1833) (Author: Hill, George, 1750-1819; Hill, Alexander, 1785-1867)

5               Lectures on Divinity. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1825) (Author: Hill, George, 1750-1819; Hill, Alexander, 1785-1867)

6               Sermons by George Hill. D.D., F.R.S. Ed., Principal of St. Mary’s College in the University of St. Andrew, One of the Ministers of that City, and one of His Majesty’s Chaplains in Ordinary for Scotland. (1796)

7               Theological Institutes, In Three Parts: I. Heads of Lectures in Divinity. II. View of the Constitution of the Church of Scotland. III. Counsels respecting the Duties of the Pastoral Office. Appendix. (1803)

 



Hill, John (Independent) (1711-1745-6)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Sermons on Several Occasions (1795)

2               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)

3               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)

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 3 (1810)

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 4 (1814)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Collection of Psalms and Hymns: Chiefly Intended for Public Worship. (1783)

2               A Series of Letters Occasioned by the Late Pastoral Admonition of the Church of Scotland, as also, their Attempts to Suppress the Establishment of Sabbath Schools, Addressed to the Society for Propagating the Gospel at Home. (1799)

3               Christ Crucified: The Sum and Substance of the Scripture: A Sermon. (1839)

4               Friendly Remarks Occasioned by the Spirit and Doctrines Contained in the Rev. Mr. Fletcher's Vindication, and Second Check to Antinomianism. To which is added, a Postscript, Occasioned by his Third Check. In a Letter to the Author. (1772)

5               Journal of a Tour Through the North of England and Parts of Scotland. With Remarks on the Present State of the Established Church of Scotland, and the different Secessions there from.  Together with Reflections on some Party Distinctions in England; showing the Origin of these Disputes, and the Causes of their Separation. Designed to Promote Brotherly Love and Forbearance among Christians of All Denominations. Also some Remarks on the Propriety of what is called Lay and Itinerant Preaching. By Rowland Hill, A.M., Late of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and Minister of Surry Chapel. (1799)

6               Mature Reflections and Devotions of the Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M., in his Old Age. (microfilm) (1836)

7               Memoir of the Rev. Rowland Hill, M.A. (1845) (Author: Jones, William)

8               Rowland Hill: His Life, Anecdotes, and Pulpit Sayings. (1876) (Author: Vernon John Charlesworth, Rowland Hill, And American Tract Society)

9               Select Notes of the Preaching of Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M. (1837) (Author: Sidney, Edwin, 1798?-1872)

10            Select Thoughts on Religious Subjects, by the Late Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M. (1836) (Author: Rowland Hill, Crocker & Brewster, Lord Leavitt, and Co)

11            The Life of the Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M. (1834) (Author: Sidney, Edwin, 1798?-1872)

12            Village Dialogues, Between Farmer Littleworth, Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood, and Others, with Additional Dialogues. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1843)

13            Village Dialogues, Between Farmer Littleworth, Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood, and Others, with Additional Dialogues. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1818)

14            Village Dialogues, Between Farmer Littleworth, Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood, and Others, with Additional Dialogues. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1825)

15            Village Dialogues, Between Farmer Littleworth, Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood, and Others, with Additional Dialogues. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1825)

16            Village Dialogues, Between Farmer Littleworth, Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood, and Others, with Additional Dialogues. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1825)

 



Hill, William (Presbyterian) (1769-1852)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Sermon Delivered in the Presbyterian Meeting-House in Winchester, on Thursday, January 23, 1812, Being a Day of Fasting and Humiliation, appointed by the citizens of Winchester on Account of the Late Calamitous Fire at the Richmond Theatre. By the Rev. William Hill, of Winchester. (1812)

2               History of the Rise, Progress, Genius, and Character of American Presbyterianism: Together with a Review of, “The Constitutional History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America,” by Charles Hodge, D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, at Princeton, New Jersey. By William Hill, D.D., of Winchester, Virginia. (1839)

3               The reviewer Reviewed: or, An Answer to strictures contained in the Princeton Biblical Repertory, for July, 1840, on Dr. Hill’s History of the Rise, Progress, Genius, and Character of American Presbyterianism. By Simplex. (1842)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               An Autobiography. By Oscar Armstrong Hills. (1905)

2               Carmina Subseciva; Songs from Near and Far. By O. A. Hills, D.D., Pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Wooster, Ohio. (1900)

3               Familiar Talks on Sermon Building. (1918)

4               New Shafts in the Old Mine; An Exposition of some Classic Passages of Holy Scriptures. (1906)

5               The Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin T. Hills: At Crawfordsville, Indiana, on November 18, 1878. (1878) (Subject: Hills, Darwin Todd; Hill family Publisher: [Allegheny? Pa.] : Published by the Children)

6               The Testimony of Witnesses: A Devotional and Homiletical Exposition of the Acts of the Apostles. (1913)



Reformed Beliefs H

1               The Religion of Geology and its connected Sciences. (1852)



Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Collection of the Essays on the Subject of Episcopacy, which Originally appeared in the Albany             Centinel, and which are Ascribed Principally to the Rev. Dr. Linn, the Rev. Mr. Beasley, and                  Thomas Y. How, Esquire. With Additional Notes and Remarks. (1806) (Author: Linn, William, 1752-1808; Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845; How, Thomas Y. (Thomas Yardley), 1776-1855;          Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830)

2               A Companion for the Altar; Consisting of a short Explanation of the Lord's Supper, and                   Meditations and Prayers, Proper to be used before, and during, the Receiving of the Holy               Communion according to the form Prescribed by the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United            States of America. By John Henry Hobart, A.M., an Assistant Minister of Trinity Church, New-                  York. (1804)

3               A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States            of America. Principally Selected and Altered from Nelson's Companion for the Festivals and Fasts                of the Church of England. Second Edition. (1817) (Author: Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830;      Nelson, Robert, 1656-1715)

4               A Funeral Address Delivered at the Interment of the Right Reverend Benjamin Moore, D.D.,     Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York; and Rector of Trinity Church                   in the City of New-York, on Friday the First of March, 1816, in Trinity Church. To which is               annexed an Appendix on the Place of Departed Spirits, and the Descent of Christ into Hell.                 (1816) (Subject: Moore, Benjamin, 1748-1816)

5               A Memoir of the Life of the Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York. By the Rev. William Berrian, D.D., Rector of Trinity                   Church, New York. (1833) (Author: Berrian, William, 1787-1862)

6               Address of the Right Rev. Bishop Hobart to the Convention of the Diocese of New-York: Read at                Meeting of said Convention, in Trinity Church, New-York, on Wednesday, October 22, 1823.                (1823)

7               Archives of the General Convention; Edited by Order of the Commission on Archives. By Arthur                 Lowndes, Doctor in Divinity. The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart. In Six Volumes. Volume        1 (1911) (1757-1797)

8               Archives of the General Convention; Edited by Order of the Commission on Archives. By Arthur                 Lowndes, Doctor in Divinity. The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart. In Six Volumes. Volume        2 (1911) (1798-1801)

9               Archives of the General Convention; Edited by Order of the Commission on Archives. By Arthur                 Lowndes, Doctor in Divinity. The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart. In Six Volumes. Volume        3 (1912) (1802-September, 1804)

10            Archives of the General Convention; Edited by Order of the Commission on Archives. By Arthur                 Lowndes, Doctor in Divinity. The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart. In Six Volumes. Volume        4 (1912) (September 27, 1804-August, 1805)

11            Archives of the General Convention; Edited by Order of the Commission on Archives. By Arthur                 Lowndes, Doctor in Divinity. The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart. In Six Volumes. Volume        5 (1912) (September, 1805-April, 1808)

12            Archives of the General Convention; Edited by Order of the Commission on Archives. By Arthur                 Lowndes, Doctor in Divinity. The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart. In Six Volumes. Volume        6 (1912) (May, 1808-1812)

13            Instruction and Encouragement for Lent. (1859)

14            Memorial of Bishop Hobart. A Collection of Sermons on the Death of the Right Reverend John                   Henry Hobart, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York: With a            Memoir of his Life and Writings. (1831) (Author: Schroeder, John Frederick, 1800-1857)

15            Mistakes Concerning Repentance. Delay of Repentance. (1857)

16            The Christian's Manual of Faith and Devotion; Containing Dialogues and Prayers suited to the                 various Exercises of the Christian Life, and an Exhortation to Ejaculatory Prayer, with forms of                Ejaculatory and Other Prayers. (1849)

17            The Clergyman's Companion. Revised Edition. (microfilm) (1893) (Author: Hobart, John Henry,            1775-1830; Ives, L. Silliman (Levi Silliman), 1797-1867. Meditations and devotions for the clergy;          Episcopal Church)

8               The Early Life and Professional Years of Bishop Hobart. By John McVickar, D.D., Professor of      Moral and Intellectual Philosophy and Political Economy in Columbia College, New-York. With a       Preface Containing a History of the Church in America, by Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., Vicar of                Leeds, Prebendary of Lincoln, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen. (1838) (Author: McVickar,      John, 1787-1868; Hook, Walter Farquhar, 1798-1875)

19            The Early Years of the Late Bishop Hobart. By John McVickar, D.D. (1836) (Author: McVickar,   John, 1787-1868)

20            The Great man in Israel: A Discourse on the Character of the Right Reverend John Henry Hobart,            D.D., Delivered in Trinity Church, and St. Paul's and St. John's Chapels, in the City of New-York,           September, A.D. 1830. By John Frederick Schroeder, A.M., an Assistant Minister of Trinity          Church, in the City of New-York. Second Edition. (1830) (Author: Schroeder, John Frederick,            1800-1857)

21            The Posthumous Works of the Late Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, D.D., Bishop of the        Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York. With a Memoir of his Life, by the Rev.                 William Berrian, D.D., Rector of Trinity Church, New-York. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1833)                    (Memoir of John Henry Hobart, D.D.)(Author: Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830; Berrian, William,           1787-1862)

22            The Posthumous Works of the Late Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, D.D., Bishop of the         Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York. With a Memoir of his Life, by the Rev.                 William Berrian, D.D., Rector of Trinity Church, New-York. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1832)                    (Thirty-Seven Sermons on Various Occasions.)(Author: Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830; Berrian,     William, 1787-1862)

23            The Posthumous Works of the Late Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, D.D., Bishop of the         Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York. With a Memoir of his Life, by the Rev.                 William Berrian, D.D., Rector of Trinity Church, New-York. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1832)                    (Forty Sermons on Various Occasions.)(Author: Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830; Berrian,            William, 1787-1862)

24            The United States of America compared with some European Countries, particularly England: In            a Discourse Delivered in Trinity Church, and in St. Paul's and St. John's Chapels, in the City of          New-York, October, 1825. (1825)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Commentary on the Confession of Faith: With Questions for Theological Students and Bible Classes. (1869)

2               A Compendium of Evangelical Theology given in the Words of Holy Scripture, by William Passmore. (1873) (Author: William Passmore, Archibald Alexander Hodge)

3               A Discourse in Memory of Archibald Alexander Hodge. (1887) (Author: Patton, Francis Landey, 1843-1932)

4               Address at the Funeral of the Rev. Henry Augustus Boardman, D.D. (1881) (Author: Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; De Witt, John, 1842-1923. Sermon commemorative of the life and work of the Rev. Henry Augustus Boardman Subject: Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880)

5               Inspiration. Reprinted, by permission, from the “Presbyterian Review” of April, 1881. (1881) (Author: Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge)

6               Manual of Forms, for Baptism, Admission to the Communion, Administration of the Lord's Supper, Marriage and Funerals, Ordination of Deacons and Elders, Etc. Conformed to the Doctrine and Discipline of the Presbyterian Church. (1877)

7               Outlines of Theology. Rewritten and Enlarged. By Archibald Alexander Hodge, D.D., Professor of Systematic Theology in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. (1879)

8               Popular Lectures on Theological Themes. By the Rev. Archibald Alexander Hodge, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Didactic and Polemical Theology in Princeton Theological Seminary. (1887)

9               Princetoniana: Charles and A. A. Hodge: With Class and Table Talk of Hodge the Younger. (1888) (Author: Salmond, Charles A. (Charles Adamson), 1853-1932 Subject: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886)

10            Questions on the Text of the Systematic Theology of Dr. Charles Hodge: Together with an Exhibition of Various Schemes Illustrating the Principles of Theological Construction. (1885)

11            The Atonement. By the Rev. Archibald Alexander Hodge, D.D., Professor of Didactic, Historical, and Polemical Theology, in the Western Theological Seminary, at Allegheny, Pennsylvania. (1867)

12            The Law of Freedom and Bondage in the United States. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1858) (Author: Hurd, John Codman, 1816-1892) (From the Library of Archibald Alexander Hodge)

13            The Law of Freedom and Bondage in the United States. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1862) (Author: Hurd, John Codman, 1816-1892) (From the Library of Archibald Alexander Hodge)

14            The Life of Charles Hodge, D.D., LL.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. By his Son, A. A. Hodge. (1880)

15            The System of Theology Contained in the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Opened and Explained. (1888) (Author: Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; Hodge, J. Aspinwall (John Aspinwall), 1831-1901) (Part 1. Belief concerning God / by A. A. Hodge -- Part 2. Duty required of man / by J. Aspinwall Hodge)

16            Theism and Evolution: An Examination of Modern Speculative Theories as Related to Theistic Conceptions of the Universe. (1886) (Author: Van Dyke, Joseph Smith, 1832-1915; Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886)

17            Westminster Doctrine Anent Holy Scripture: Tractates by Professors A. A. Hodge and B. B. Warfield. (1891) (Author: Howie, Robert; Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge, 1851-1921)

 



Hodge, Caspar Wistar (Presbyterian-Old School) (1830-1891)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Caspar Wistar Hodge: A Memorial Address. (1891) (Author: Patton, Francis L. (Francis Landey), 1843-1932)

2               A Sermon Preached in the United States Congregational Church, at Newport, R. I., on Sunday, September 25, 1881. By Rev. Caspar Wistar Hodge, D.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. Published by Request. (1881)

3               Apostolic History and Literature: Prepared by the Senior Class for Students at Princeton Seminary. (1878)

4               Gospel History. A Syllabus of Professor C. W. Hodge's Gospel History, Printed-Not Published-Exclusively for the Use of Students of the Middle Class in Princeton Seminary. [Prepared by the Class of ‘77.] (1876)

5               New Testament Criticism: Lectures by C. W. Hodge, before the Junior Class, Princeton Theological Seminary: Collated from Phonographic Notes by W. J. Fraser, with Syllabus prepared by Dr. Hodge. (1880) (Author: Hodge, Caspar Wistar, 1830-1891; Speer, Robert E. (Robert Elliott), 1867-1947)

6               The Kantian Epistemology and Theism. (1894) (Subject: Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804; Knowledge, Theory of)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Dissertation on the Importance of Biblical Literature. (1822)

2               A Solemn Question! Can the Protestants conscientiously build up the Churches of the Pope? (microfilm) (1873) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Chiniquy, Charles, 1809-1899

3               An Exposition on the First Epistle to the Corinthians. (1860)

4               An Exposition on the Second Epistle to the Corinthians. (1860)

5               Arminianism and Grace. (microfilm) (1881)

6               Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians. (1875)

7               Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. (1873)

8               Conference Papers: or, Analyses of Discourses, Doctrinal and Practical; Delivered on Sabbath afternoons to the Students of the Theological Seminary. (1879)

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

10            Discussions in Church Polity: From Contributions to the “Princeton Review.” (1878)

11            England and America. From the Princeton Review for January 1862. Second Edition. (1862)

12            Essays and Reviews. Selected from the Princeton Review. (1857)

13            Infant Baptism and Infant Salvation in the Calvinistic System. A Review of Dr. Hodge’s Theology. (1874) (Author: Krauth, Charles Porterfield, 1823-1883)

14            Introductory Lecture Delivered in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey, on November 7, 1828. (1829)

15            Is The Bible Infallible? : Speeches in the Rev, Dr. Dods’ Case in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow on September Fifth and November Twenty-Seventh, 1877; with Dr. Charles Hodge of Princeton’s Letter, and an Appendix containing the Committee of Presbytery’s Report. (1878) (Author: Bremner, Robert; Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878)

16            Memoir of the Rev. Jacob J. Janeway, D.D. (1861) (Author: Janeway, Thomas Leiper, 1805-1895; Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Subject: Janeway, J. J. (Jacob Jones), 1774-1858)

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

18            On the Necessity of Knowledge of the Original Languages of the Scriptures. (1832)

19            President Lincoln. (1865) ("Article V, from the Princeton review, July 1865, vol. XXXVII, no. III.")

20            Princeton Sermons: Outlines of Discourses, Doctrinal and Practical, Delivered at Princeton Theological Seminary on Sabbath Afternoons. (1879)

21            Princetoniana: Charles and A. A. Hodge: With Class and Table Talk of Hodge the Younger. (1888) (Author: Salmond, Charles A. (Charles Adamson), 1853-1932 Subject: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886)

22            Proceedings connected with the Semi-Centennial Commemoration of the Professorship of Rev. Charles Hodge, D.D., LL.D.: In the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey, April 24, 1872. (1872)

23            Questions adapted to Dr. Hodge’s Exposition of the First Epistle to the Corinthians. (1857)

24            Questions on the Epistle to the Romans: Designed for Bible Classes and Sunday Schools. (1846)

25            Sermons Preached before the Congregation of the Presbyterian Church, corner of Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, at the “Memorial Services” October 9, 1859. Appointed in Reference to the Death of their Late Pastor, James Waddel Alexander, D.D. By Charles Hodge, D.D., and John Hall, D.D. Published at the Request of the Session of the Church. (1859) (Author: Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878; Hall, John, 1806-1894 Subject: Alexander, James W. (James Waddel), 1804-1859)

26            Systematic Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1874) (v. 1. Theology)

27            Systematic Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1872) (v. 2. Anthropology)

28            Systematic Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1874) (v. 3. Soteriology, Eschatology)

29            Systematic Theology. In Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1872) (Index)

30            The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review. Conducted by an Association of Gentlemen in Princeton. Volume 7 (1835)

31            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Volume 17 (1845)

32            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Volume 22 (1850)

33            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Volume 24 (1852)

34            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Volume 25 (1853)

35            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Volume 26 (1854)

36            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Volume 27 (1855)

37            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Edited by Charles Hodge, D.D. Volume 29 (1857)

38            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Edited by Charles Hodge, D.D. Volume 30 (1858)

39            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Edited by Charles Hodge, D.D. Volume 32 (1860)

40            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Edited by Charles Hodge, D.D.; Lyman H. Atwater, D.D. Volume 41 (1869)

41            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Edited by Charles Hodge, D.D.; Lyman H. Atwater, D.D. Volume 42 (1870)

42            The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review. Edited by Charles Hodge, D.D.; Lyman H. Atwater, D.D. Volume 43 (1871)

43            The Church and its Polity. (1879)

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

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

46            The Life of Charles Hodge, D.D., LL.D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. By his Son, A. A. Hodge. (1880)

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

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

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

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

51            The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review. Editors: Lyman H. Atwater: Henry B. Smith. New Series. Volume 1 (1872) (Author: Jonas M. Libbey, John Forsyth, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, Charles Hodge, Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood)

52            The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review. Editors: Lyman H. Atwater: Henry B. Smith. New Series. Volume 2 (1873) (Author: Jonas M. Libbey, John Forsyth, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, Charles Hodge, Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood)

53            The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review. Editors: Lyman H. Atwater: Henry B. Smith. New Series. Volume 3 (1874) (Author: Jonas M. Libbey, John Forsyth, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, Charles Hodge, Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood)

54            The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review. Editors: Lyman H. Atwater: Henry B. Smith. New Series. Volume 4 (1875) (Author: Jonas M. Libbey, John Forsyth, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, Charles Hodge, Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood)

55            The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review. Editors: Lyman H. Atwater: Henry B. Smith. New Series. Volume 5 (1876) (Author: Jonas M. Libbey, John Forsyth, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, Charles Hodge, Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood)

56            The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review. Editors: Lyman H. Atwater: Henry B. Smith. New Series. Volume 6 (1877) (Author: Jonas M. Libbey , Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater, John Forsyth , Henry Boynton Smith , Charles Hodge, James Manning Sherwood)

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

58            The Princeton Review. By Whom, all things; for Whom, all things. (1878) (January-June.) (Fifty-Fourth Year.)

59            The Princeton Review. By Whom, all things; for Whom, all things. (1878) (July-December.) (Fifty-Fourth Year.)

60            The Princeton Review. By Whom, all things; for Whom, all things. (1879) (July-December.) (Fifty-Fifth Year.)

61            The Princeton Review. By Whom, all things; for Whom, all things. (1880) (January-June.) (Fifty-Sixth Year.)

62            The Princeton Review. By Whom, all things; for Whom, all things. (1881) (January-June.) (Fifty-Seventh Year.)

63            The Princeton Review. Edited by Jonas M. Libbey. (1884) (January-June.) (Sixtieth Year.)

64            The Reunion of the Old and New School Presbyterian Churches. (1867)

65            The Spruce Street Lectures: Delivered by several Clergymen during the Autumn and Winter of 1831-32: To which is added, A Lecture on the Importance of Creeds and Confessions. (1833) (Introduction / Ashbel Green. -- Inability of sinners considered / Ezra Fisk. -- The fall of man and its effects / J. J. Janeway. -- The use of the means of grace / S. B. How. -- On church discipline / Alexander M'Farlane. -- On the nature of the atonement / Charles Hodge. -- On ecclesiastical polity / Samuel Miller. -- On regeneration / Samuel Martin. -- On justification / William Neill. -- On Christian missions / John Breckinridge. -- Lecture on creeds and confessions / Samuel Miller)

66            The State of the Country. Advanced Sheets of the Princeton Review for January, 1861. (1861)

67            The Way of Life. (1869)

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

69            Theological Essays. Second Series. (1847) (The Bible, a Key to the Phenomena of the Natural World [by Archibald Alexander, 1829] -- God the End of all Things [by Gardiner Spring, 1832] -- Systems of Theology [1832] -- On the Atonement [by Archibald Alexander, 1836] -- On Revivals of Religion [by Albert B. Dod, 1835] -- Dr. Beecher's Theology [by Albert B. Dod, 1836] -- The Doctrines of the New England Churches [by Charles Hodge, 1839] -- Christian Union [by Samuel Miller, 1836] -- The Division of the Presbyterian Church [by Charles Hodge, 1838] Slavery [by Charles Hodge, 1836] -- Abolitionism [by Charles Hodge, 1844] -- Capital Punishment [by Albert B. Dod, 1842] -- Phrenology [by Albert B. Dod, 1838] -- Vestiges of Creation [by Albert B. Dod, 1845] -- Analytical Geometry [by Albert B. Dod, 1841] -- Baptist Translation of the Bible [1838] -- The English Bible [by John Seely Hart, 1836] -- Oxford Architecture [by Albert B. Dod, 1844] -- A Treatise on Expository Preaching [by James Waddel Alexander, 1838] -- Fuerst's Hebrew Concordance [by Isaac Nordheimer, 1839] -- The Historical Statements of the Koran [by Joseph Addison Alexander, 1832])

 

70            What is Darwinism? (1874)

71            What is Presbyterianism? An Address delivered before the Presbyterian Historical Society at their Anniversary Meeting in Philadelphia, on Tuesday evening, May 1, 1855. (1855)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Recognition after Death. (1889)

2               The Ruling Elder at Work (microfilm) (1897)

3               The System of Theology Contained in the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Opened and Explained. (1888) (Author: Hodge, Archibald Alexander, 1823-1886; Hodge, J. Aspinwall (John Aspinwall), 1831-1901) (Part 1. Belief concerning God / by A. A. Hodge -- Part 2. Duty required of man / by J. Aspinwall Hodge)

4               What is Presbyterian Law as Defined by the Church Courts? (1899)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Amillennialism. (1977)

2               Jehovah's Witnesses. (1972)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Sermons Selected from the Manuscripts of the Late Moses Hoge, D.D. (1821)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Appeal to the People of Virginia. (1865)

2               Appreciations and Historical Addresses. (1914) (Author: Moore, Walter W. (Walter William), 1857-1926; Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Executive Committee of Publication Subject: Presbyterian Church in North Carolina) (Moses Drury Hoge.--Jacob Henry Smith.--William Henry Green.--Cyrus Hall McCormick.--William Wallace Spence.--Joseph Bryan.--The centennial celebration of Union seminary.--The first fifty years of Union seminary.--Beginnings and development of the Presbyterian church in North Carolina.)

3               Inauguration of the Jackson Statue. Introductory Address of Governor Kemper and Oration by Rev. Moses D. Hoge, D.D., on Tuesday, Oct 26, 1875. (1875) (Author: Virginia; Hoge, Moses D. (Moses Drury), 1818-1899; Kemper, James Lawson, 1823-1895 Subject: Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863; Richmond, Va. Jackson Statue)

4               Moses Drury Hoge: Life and Letters. (1899) (Author: Hoge, Peyton Harrison, 1858-1940)

5               Proceedings in Memoriam of Judge R. C. L. Moncure and Judge Robert Ould. (1883) (Subject: Moncure, R. C. L. (Richard Cassius Lee), 1805-1882; Ould, Robert, 1820-1882)

6               Stonewall Jackson: A Military Biography. By John Esten Cooke, Formerly of General Stuart’s Staff. With an Appendix, containing personal Reminiscences, with a full account of the Ceremonies attending the unveiling of Foley’s Statue, including the Orations by Moses D. Hoge, D.D. By Rev. J. Wm. Jones, D.D., Author of “Personal Reminiscences of General Lee.” (1876) (Author: Cooke, John Esten, 1830-1886; Hoge, Moses D. (Moses Drury), 1818-1899; Jones, J. William (John William), 1836-1909 Subject: Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863; Richmond, Va. Jackson Statue)

7               “The Christian Statesman.” A Discourse Delivered at the Funeral of Hon. John Hemphill, LL.D., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia, on January 7, 1862. (1862) (Subject: Hemphill, John, 1803-1862)

8               The Perfection of Beauty and Other Sermons. (1904)

9               The Victory Won: A Memorial of the Rev. William J. Hoge, D.D., Late Pastor of the Tabb Street Presbyterian Church, Petersburg, Virginia. (1864) (Author: Moore, T. V. (Thomas Verner), 1818-1871; Hoge, Moses D. (Moses Drury), 1818-1899 Subject: Hoge, William J. (William James), 1825-1864)

 



Hoge, Thomas (1775-1846)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Our Church and Our Village. (1899) (Author: Birch, George W. F., 1837-?) (1. History of the Claysville Presbyterian Church -- 2. Biographical sketch of Rev. Thomas Hoge -- 3. Reminiscences of Claysville, Pennsylvania.)



Reformed Beliefs H

1               Blind Bartimaeus: or, The Story of a Sightless Sinner, and his Great Physician. (1859)

2               Installation Services of the Rev. William J. Hoge, as Associate Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on May 22, 1859. Being the Sermon by Rev. Dr. Spring, Senior Pastor of the Church. Charge to the Pastor, by Rev. Dr. Krebs. Charge to the People, by Rev. Dr. Potts. (1859) (Author: Spring, Gardiner, 1785-1873)

3               Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison: Minister of the Gospel and Captain in the Army of the Confederate States of America. (1862) (Subject: Harrison, Dabney Carr, 1830-1862)

4               The Improvident Traveler. (1861)

5               The Victory Won: A Memorial of the Rev. William J. Hoge, D.D., Late Pastor of the Tabb Street Presbyterian Church, Petersburg, Virginia. (1864) (Author: Moore, T. V. (Thomas Verner), 1818-1871; Hoge, Moses D. (Moses Drury), 1818-1899 Subject: Hoge, William J. (William James), 1825-1864)

6               What wilt Thou that I should do? (1861)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Master-Builder on the Nile: Being a Record of the Life and Aims of John Hogg, D. D., Christian Missionary. (1914) (Author: Hogg, Rena L., 1867-1956)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Survey of the Insolent and Infamous Libel, Entitled, 'Naphtali Etc.': Wherein Several Things, Falling in Debate in these Times are Considered, and some Doctrines in ‘Lex Rex’ and the Apolog. Narration (Called by this Author Martyrs) are Brought to the Touchstone: Part I., Representing the Dreadful Aspect of Naphtali’s Principles upon the Powers Ordained by God, and Detecting the Horrid Consequences in Practice Necessarily Resulting from such Principles, if Owned and Received by the People. (1668)

2               Survey of Naphtali: Part II: Discoursing the Heads Proposed in the Preface of the Former: Together with an Examination of the Doctrines of the Apolog. Narration Concerning the King’s Supremacy in and About Ecclesiastical Affairs, and the Obligation of the Covenants. (1669)

3               The Hierarchical Bishops' Claim to a Divine Right, Tried at the Scripture Bar or A Consideration of the Pleadings for Prelacy, from Pretended Scriptural Arguments, Presented and Offered by Dr. Scott, in his Book Entitled, ‘The Christian Life’. (1699) (Author: Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706; Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. Full review and examination of Doctor Munor's Scripture-pleadings, upon the point of episcopacy ..; Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. Review and examination of the Scripture-grounds upon which the author of the Survey of Naphtali (supposed to be Mr. Andrew Honyman, Bishop of Orkney) pleads for the lawfulness of the Episcopal office ..
Subject:
Scott, John, 1639-1695; Monro, Alexander, d. 1715; Honyman, Andrew; Episcopacy; Puritans)

4               The People’s Right to Defend themselves and their Covenanted Religion Vindicated… :Being a full Reply to the First part of the Survey of Naphtali, Etc. (1669) (Author: Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713 Subject: Honyman, Andrew, 1619-1676; Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713; Civil rights)

5               The Seasonable Case of Submission to the Church Government, as now Re-established by Law, Briefly Stated and Determined (1662)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               Richard Hooker. (1907) (Author: Staley, Vernon, 1852-1933)

2               The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. Written by Isaak Walton. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1805) (Author: Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Subject: Donne, John, 1572-1631; Wotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639; Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663)

3               The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. Written by Isaak Walton. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1805) (Author: Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Subject: Donne, John, 1572-1631; Wotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639; Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663)

4               The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. By Isaac Walton. With Notes, and the Life of the Author. By Thomas Zouch, M.A. (1796) (Author: Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Zouch, Thomas, 1737-1815; Subject: Donne, John, 1572-1631; Wotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639; Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Herbert, George, 1593-1633; Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663)

5               The Works of That Learned and Judicious Divine Mr. Richard Hooker: With an Account of his Life and Death, by Isaac Walton. Arranged by the Rev. John Keble, M.A., Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, Professor of Poetry. Sixth Edition. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1874) (Author: Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Keble, John, 1792-1866; Travers, Walter, 1547 or 8-1635)

6               The Works of That Learned and Judicious Divine Mr. Richard Hooker: With an Account of his Life and Death, by Isaac Walton. Arranged by the Rev. John Keble, M.A., Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, Professor of Poetry. Sixth Edition.  In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1874) (Author: Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Keble, John, 1792-1866; Travers, Walter, 1547 or 8-1635)

7               The Works of That Learned and Judicious Divine Mr. Richard Hooker: With an Account of his Life and Death, by Isaac Walton. Arranged by the Rev. John Keble, M.A., Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, Professor of Poetry. Sixth Edition.  In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1874) ()Author: Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 4-1600; Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683; Keble, John, 1792-1866; Travers, Walter, 1547 or 8-1635

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               British Reformers, Volume 1 (Writings of the Rev. Thomas Becon) (1842)

2               British Reformers, Volume 3 (Writings of Thomas Cranmer) (1842)

3               British Reformers, Volume 4 (Writings of Edward VI, Queen Catherine Parr, Anne Askew, Lady Jane Grey, Hamilton, & Balnaves) (1842)

4               British Reformers, Volume 5 (Writings of Dr. John Hooper) (1842)

5               British Reformers, Volume 6 (Writings of John Jewell) (1842)

6               British Reformers, Volume 7 (Writings of the Rev. John Knox) (1842)

7               British Reformers, Volume 8 (Select Sermons and Letters of Bishop Hugh Latimer) (1842)

8               British Reformers, Volume 9 (Treatises and Letters of Dr. Nicholas Ridley) (1842)

9               British Reformers, Volume 10 (Writings of Tindal, Frith & Barnes) (1842)

10            British Reformers, Volume 11 (Treatises and Letters of Nicholas Ridley, Examinations and Letters of John Philpot) (1842)

11            British Reformers, Volume 12 (Writings of John Wickliff) (1842)

12            British Reformers, Volume 13 (Writings of John Fox, Bale, and Coverdale) (1842)

13            The Early Writings of John Hooper, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Worchester. Martyr, 1555. Comprising, I. The Declarations of Christ and His Office. II. Answer to Bishop Gardiner. III. Ten Commandments. IV. Sermons on Jonas. V. Funeral Sermon. Edited for the Parker Society, by the Rev. Samuel Carr, M.A., Rector of Eversden, Vicar of St. Peter’s, Colchester, Late Fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge. (1843) (Author: Hooper, John, bp. of Gloucester and Worcester, d. 1555; Carr, Samuel Subject: Gardiner, Stephen, bp. of Winchester, 1483?-1555)

14            Later Writings of Bishop Hooper, together with his Letters and other Pieces. Edited for the Parker Society, by the Rev. Charles Nevinson, M.A., Warden of Browne’s Hospital, Stamford, Late Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. (1852)

 



Hooper, Thomas Williamson (Presbyterian) (1832-1915)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               Lead me to the Rock (1892)




Hope, Matthew Boyd (1812-1859)

Reformed Beliefs H

1               A Discourse Designed to show that Physiological Inquiries are not Unfriendly to Religious Sentiment: Delivered  in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Jan. 18, 1845. (1845) (Author: Hope, M. B; Tenth Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, Pa.); Thomas Jefferson University Subject: Religion and Medicine; Research, Medical)

2               Letters on the True Relations of Church and State to Schools and Colleges. (1853) (Author: Brown, A. B; Maclean, John, 1800-1886; Hope, Matthew B. (Matthew Boyd), 1812-1859
Subject:
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A)

3               The Princeton Text Book in Rhetoric. (1859)

 


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1               A Discourse Commemorative of Amos Lawrence: Delivered by request of the Students, in the Chapel of Williams College, on February 21, 1853. (1853) (Subject: Lawrence, Amos, 1786-1852)

2               An Outline Study of Man; or, The Body and Mind in one System. (1888)

3               Baccalaureate Sermons and Occasional Discourses. (1865)

4               Burdens to be Cast upon the Lord: A Sermon before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at the Thirty-Sixth annual meeting, in Brooklyn, New York, September, 1845. (1845)

5               Evidence of Christianity. (1909)

6               Lectures on Moral Science, Delivered before the Lowell Institute, Boston. (1876)

7               Mark Hopkins. (1892) (Author: Carter, Franklin, 1837-1919)

8               Miscellaneous Essays and Discourses. (1847)

9               People’s College: An Address by Rev. Asa D. Smith, D.D.; Portions of Addresses by Mark Hopkins, D.D., Hon. H. Greeley, and others; and Correspondence. (1859) (Author: Montour Falls (N.Y.). People's college; Smith, Ada Dodge, 1804-1877; Hopkins, Mark, 1802-1887; Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872)

10            Prayer and the Prayer Gauge. (1874)

11            Sermon by the Rev. Mark Hopkins, delivered May 20, 1886, at the Dedication of the Memorial Church. A Gift by Mr. Elbert B. Monroe, from the Estate of the late Frederick Marquand, to the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. (1886)

12            Strength and Beauty, Discussions for Young Men. (1874)

13            Teachings and Counsels, Twenty Baccalaureate Sermons; with a Discourse on President Garfield. (1887) (Subject: Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Baccalaureate addresses)

14            The Law of Love and Love as a Law; or, Christian Ethics. (1884)

15            The Life, Speeches, and Public Services of General James A. Garfield of Ohio. (1880) (Author: Conwell, Russell Herman, 1843-1925; Hopkins, Mark, 1802-1887 Subject: Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Arthur, Chester Alan, 1830-1886)

16            The Scriptural Idea of Man: Six Lectures given before the Theological Students at Princeton on the L. P. Stone Foundation. (1883)

 


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1               Historical Memoirs Relating to the Housatunnuk Indians or An Account of the Methods Used, and Pains Taken, for the Propagation of the Gospel Among the Heathenish Tribe, and the Success Thereof, Under the Ministry of the Late Reverend Mr. John Sergeant: Together, With the Character of that Eminently Worthy Missionary; And an Address to the People of this Country, Representing the Very Great Importance of Attaching the Indians to their Interest, not Only by Treating them Justly and Kindly, but by Using Proper Endeavors to Settle Christianity Among them. By Samuel Hopkins, A.M. Pastor of a Church in Springfield. (1753)

 


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1               A New Edition of Two Discourses. (1793)

2               An Inquiry Concerning the Future State of those who Die in their Sins: Wherein the Dictates of Scripture and Reason upon this important Subject are Carefully Considered, and whether Endless Punishment be Consistent with Divine Justice, Wisdom, and Goodness; in which also Objections are Stated and Answered. (1783)

3               Correspondence between Roger Sherman and Samuel Hopkins. (1889) (Author: Sherman, Roger, 1721-1793; Peabody, Andrew P. (Andrew Preston), 1811-1893; Hopkins, Samuel, 1753-1819)

4               Memoir of the Life & Character of Samuel Hopkins, D. D. (1854) (Author: Park, Edwards Amasa, 1808-1900)

5               Memoirs of the Life of Mrs. Sarah Osborn: Who Died at Newport, Rhode Island, on August 2, 1796, in the Eighty Third Year of her Age. (1799) (Subject: Osborn, Sarah, 1714-1796)

6               Sketches of the Life of the late, Rev. Samuel Hopkins, D.D., Pastor of the Congregational Church in Newport, Written by himself; Interspersed with Marginal Notes Extracted from his Private Diary: To which is added; a Dialogue, by the same hand, on the Nature and Extent of True Christian Submission; also, a Serious Address to Professing Christians: Closed by Dr. Hart’s Sermon at his Funeral: With an Introduction to the Whole, by the Editor. Published by Stephen West, D.D., Pastor of the Church in Stockbridge. Published according to Act of Congress. (1805) (Author: Hopkins, Samuel, 1721-1803; West, Stephen, 1735-1819; Hart, Levi, 1738-1808)

7               Ten New England Leaders. (1901) (Author: Walker, Williston, 1860-1922 Subject: Cotton, John, 1584-1652; Mather, Richard, 1596-1669; Eliot, John, 1604-1690; Mather, Increase, 1639-1723; Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787; Hopkins, Samuel, 1721-1803; Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854; Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881; Bradford, William, 1590-1657; Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758)

8               The Life and Character of the late Reverend Jonathan Edwards, President of the College of New Jersey: Together with a number of his Sermons on Various Important Subjects. (1765) (Subject: Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758)

9               The System of Doctrines Contained in Divine Revelation, Explained and Defended. Showing their Consistence and Connection with each other. To which is added, A Treatise on the Millennium. Second Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1811)

10            The System of Doctrines Contained in Divine Revelation, Explained and Defended. Showing their Consistence and Connection with each other. To which is added, A Treatise on the Millennium. Second Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1811) 

11            The Works of Samuel Hopkins. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1854)

12            The Works of Samuel Hopkins. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1854)

13            The Works of Samuel Hopkins. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1854)

14            T

wenty One Sermons, on a Variety of Interesting Subjects, Sentimental and Practical. (1803)

 



Hopkins, Samuel (Congregationalist) (Grand Nephew of Samuel Hopkins 1721-1803; Brother of Mark) (1807-1875)

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1               The Puritans and Queen Elizabeth: or, The Church, Court, and Parliament of England, from the Reign of Edward VI to the Death of the Queen. With an Introductory Note by Mark Hopkins, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1875)

2               The Puritans and Queen Elizabeth: or, The Church, Court, and Parliament of England, from the Reign of Edward VI to the Death of the Queen. With an Introductory Note by Mark Hopkins, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1875)

3               The Puritans and Queen Elizabeth: or, The Church, Court, and Parliament of England, from the Reign of Edward VI to the Death of the Queen. With an Introductory Note by Mark Hopkins, D.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1875)

 


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1               Correspondence on the Principals of right Reasoning, applicable to Temperance: And to the effects of Fermented and Distilled Liquors. (1836) (Author: Hopkins, Samuel Miles, 1772-1837; Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1793-1881; Edwards, Justin, 1787-1853; Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874)

 

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1               A Short History of Presbyterianism from its Foundations to the Reunion of 1869. (1903) (Author: McGill, Alexander Taggart, 1807-1889; Hopkins, Samuel Miles, 1813-1901; Wilson, Samuel Jennings, 1828-1883) (The period from the founding of the Presbyterian church in the United States of America to the commencement of the war of the revolution, by the Rev. A. T. McGill.--The period from the war of the Revolution to the adoption of the "Presbyterian form of government" (1786) by the Rev. S. M. Hopkins.--The period from the adoption of the Presbyterian form of government to the reunion of 1869, by the Rev. S. J. Wilson.)

2               Manual of Church Polity (1878)

3               Protestantism in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Inaugural Address of Samuel M. Hopkins II, Professor of Church History, etc., Auburn Theological Seminary. (1849)

4               Sketch of the Public and Private Life of Samuel Miles Hopkins, of Salem, Connecticut (1898) (Author: Hopkins, Samuel Miles, 1772-1837; Hopkins, Samuel Miles, 1813-1901; Bradford, Sarah H. (Sarah Hopkins), b. 1818 Subject: Hopkins family)

 


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1               Saducimus Triumphatus: or, A Full and Plain Evidence Concerning Witches and Apparitions. In Two Parts. The First Treating of their Possibility. The Second of their Real Existence. By Joseph Galanvil, late Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, and Fellow of the Royal Society. The Third Edition with Additions. The Advantages whereof, above the former, the Reader may understand out of Dr. H. More’s Account prefixed thereunto. With Two Authentic, but Wonderful Stories of certain Swedish Witches. Done into English by Anthony Horneck, D.D. (1700) (Author: Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680; More, Henry, 1614-1687; Horneck, Anthony, 1641-1697) ("Saducismus triumphatus ... the first part thereof containing philosophical considerations, which defend their possibility ... London: Printed 1700"; "An appendage to this first part ... London: Printed 1700"; "An answer to a letter of a learned psychopyrist, concerning the true notion of a spirit ... By Henry More ... London: Printed 1700"; "A continuation of the collection. Or, An addition of some few more remarkable and true stories of apparitions and witchcraft. By Henry More ... London: Printed 1700"; "A whip for the droll, fiddler to the atheist ... London: Printed 1700"; "An account of what happened in the kingdom of Sweden, in the years 1669 and 1670 and upwards ... translated ... by Anthony Horneck, D.D. London: Printed 1700")

2               Several Sermons Upon the Fifth Chapter of St Matthew. To which is Added, the Life of the Author, by Richard Bishop of Bath and Wells. (1706)

3               The Crucified Jesus or a Full Account of the Nature, and Design, and Benefits of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. (1705)

4               The Glories of the Other World, A Sermon Preached at St. Mary le Savoy, on Easter Day, March 27, 1687. (1708)

5               The Great Law of Consideration: or, A Discourse, Wherein the Nature, Usefulness, and Absolute Necessity of Consideration, in order to a Truly Serious and Religious Life, is Laid Open. (1729)

6               The Lives of Bernard Gilpin, Philip de Mornay, William Bedell, and Anthony Horneck, by Rev. Richard B. Hone, M.A., Vicar of Hales Owen, Shropshire. (1836)

 


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1               An Address delivered by the Rev. S. B. How, at his Inauguration as Principal of Dickinson College, in Carlisle, PA., on Tuesday, March 30, 1830. (1830)

2               Bible Slaveholding not Sinful: A Reply to “Slaveholding not Sinful, by Samuel B. How, D.D.” By H. D. Ganse, Minister of the Reformed Dutch Church, Freehold, N.J. (1856) (Author: Ganse, Hervey Doddridge, 1822-1891)

3               Slaveholding not Sinful - An Argument before the General Synod of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, October, 1855. Volume 1 (1855)

4               Slaveholding not Sinful - An Argument before the General Synod of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, October, 1855. Volume 2 (1855)

5               Slaveholding not Sinful. Slavery, the Punishment of man’s sin, its Remedy, the Gospel of Christ. An Argument before the General Synod of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, October, 1855. (1856) (Author: How, Samuel Blanchard, 1790-1868. [from old catalog]; Reformed church in America. General synod.)

6               The use of the Means of Grace: Delivered on the Evening of the 25th of December, 1831. (1833)

 



Howie, John (Presbyterian) (1735-1793)

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1               Biographia Scoticana: or, The Scots Worthies. By John Howie, of Lochgoin. Revised, from the Author’s Original Edition, by the Rev. W. H. Carslaw, D.D. (1870) (The history of Scotland from the sixteenth to eighteenth century is one of the most remarkable testimonies to the covenantal faithfulness of God. The sturdy Scotch character forged in the furnace of relentless persecution, and coupled with the inspiring Christian theology articulated by men like John Knox, birthed a nation of genuine brave-hearts. Keep in mind that Americans owe more of their political freedom to Scotland â her theologians and Covenanters â than to any other people. It was Knox and Rutherford who laid the theological foundation for the War of American Independence. Tories described the war as a Presbyterian Rebellion because of the many Scotch-American clergymen calling for independence. It was John Witherspoon, the theological progeny of Knox and Rutherford, who personally taught many members of the Constitutional Convention. When John Howie set about to write The Scots Worthies, his chief aim was to communicate in such a way that readers would be encouraged to grasp the heroic, sacrificial, and glorious nature of a life consecrated unreservedly to Christ. Most of the mini-biographies in this epic work can be read in twenty minutes, making them perfect for family devotions. The Scots Worthies details the heroism of men who died for Jesus Christ. You will learn the true story of apostolic Knox, of majestic Bruce, and of wise Gillespie.)

2               Faithful Contending Displayed, the Suffering Scots 1681-1691, Warnings against Apostasy, and Rare and Valuable Sermons (1783) (Author: Howie, John, 1735-1793, ed; Binning, Hugh, 1627-1653. Useful case of conscience; Brown, John, 1610?-1679. History of the indulgence)

3               Sermons Delivered in Times of Persecution in Scotland. (1880) (Author: Howie, John, 1735-1793; Kerr, James)

4               The Scots Worthies or a Testament to the Worthy Sufferers for the Reformation in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.  (1853)

 


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1               Before the Table: An inquiry, Historical and Theological, into the True Meaning of the                    Consecration Rubric in the Communion Service of the Church of England. With Appendix and                    Supplement, containing Papers by the Right Rev. the Bishop of St. Andrews and the Rev. R. W.                  Kennion, M.A. (1875)

2               Essays on Cathedrals by Various Writers. (1872)

3               Life and Epistles of St. Paul. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1881) (Author: Conybeare, William    John, 1815-1857; Howson, J. S. (John Saul), 1816-1885)

4               Life and Epistles of St. Paul. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1881) (Author: Conybeare, William    John, 1815-1857; Howson, J. S. (John Saul), 1816-1885)

5               Scenes from the Life of Saint Paul and their Religious Lessons. (1909)

6               The Acts of the Apostles. International Revision Commentary on the New Testament based on                the Revised Version of 1881. By English and American Scholars and members of the revision               committee. Edited by Philip Schaff, D.D., LL. D., Professor of Sacred Literature in the Union       Theological Seminary of New York, President of the American Committee on Revision. Volume 5.   By J. S. Howson, D.D., and H. D. M. Spense, M.A. (1883) (Author: Howson, J. S. (John Saul),             1816-1885; Spence-Jones, Henry Donald Maurice, 1836-1917)

7               The Capabilities of our Cathedrals. (1869)

8               The Character of St. Paul. (1863)

9               The Companions of St. Paul. (1883)

10            The Life and Writings of St. John. (1877) (Author: MacDonald, James M. (James Madison),     1812-1876; Howson, J. S. (John Saul), 1816-1885)

11            Evidential Conclusions from the Four greater Epistles of St. Paul. (1836)

12            The Evidential value of the Acts of the Apostles. (1880)

13            The Metaphors of St. Paul. (1868)

 



Hubbard, Joseph Welton (Presbyterian) (1827-1907)

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1               The Presbyterian Church in Iowa, 1837-1900. (1907)

 



Hudson, Samuel (Presbyterian) (?-1683)

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1               A Vindication of the Essence and Unity of the Church Catholic Visible, and the Priority thereof in regard of Particular Churches. In Answer to the Objections made Against it, by Mr. John Ellis junior, and by that Reverend and worthy Divine Mr. Hooker, in his, “Survey of Church-Discipline. The Second Edition, with an Addition or Postscript to this Vindication, Etc. By Samuel Hudson, Minister of the Gospel at Chapell in Suffolk.  (1658)

 


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1               Africa and Colonization: An Address delivered before the American Colonization Society, January 21, 1873. (1873)

2               An Address delivered before the Literary Societies of Centre College, Kentucky, on June 25, 1850. (1850)

3               Memoirs of the Rev. Thomas Cleland, D.D., Composed from his Private Papers. (1859) (Author: Humphrey, Edward P. (Edward Porter), 1809-1887; Cleland, Thomas H. (Thomas Horace), 1816-1892, joint author Subject: Cleland, Thomas, 1778-1858)

4               Our Theology in its Developments. (1857)

5               Sacred History from the Creation to the Giving of the Law. By Edward P. Humphrey, D.D., LL.D., Sometime Professor in the Danville Theological Seminary. (1888)

6               The Color Question. A Letter written for the Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society, Washington, D. C., Jan. 16, 1877. (1877)

7               The Dead of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky: An Address delivered before the Two Synods of Kentucky at their Joint Centennial, Held at Harrodsburg, on October 12, 1883. (1883)

 


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1               Historical Sketch of the Synod of Kentucky, 1802-1902. (1902)

 



Humphrey, Zephaniah Moore (Presbyterian) (1824-1881)

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1               Memorial Sketch. Zephaniah Moore Humphrey and Five Selected Sermons (1883)

2               Memorial Sketches of Heman Humphrey and Sophia Porter Humphrey. (1869) (Author: Humphrey, Z. M. (Zephaniah Moore), 1824-1881; Neill, Henry Subject: Humphrey, Heman, 1779-1861; Humphrey, Sophia Porter, 1785-1868)

3               The First Presbyterian Church, 1833-1913. A History of the Oldest Organization in Chicago. With Biographical Sketches of the Ministers and Extracts from the Choir Records. By Philo Adams Otis, Member of the Committee on Music Since 1874. (1913)

 


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1               In Memoriam: A Brief Sketch of Rev. Holloway W. Hunt of the Presbytery of Elizabeth, Synod of New Jersey. (1880)

 


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1               Sacred Biography: or, The History of the Patriarchs. To which is added, the History of Deborah, Ruth, and Hannah. Being a course of Lectures delivered at the Scots Church, London Wall. By Henry Hunter, D.D. The Second American Edition. Complete in Four Volumes. Volume 1 (1806)

2               Sacred Biography: or, The History of the Patriarchs. To which is added, the History of Deborah, Ruth, and Hannah. Being a course of Lectures delivered at the Scots Church, London Wall. By Henry Hunter, D.D. The Second American Edition. Complete in Four Volumes. Volume 2 (1806)

3               Sacred Biography: or, The History of the Patriarchs. To which is added, the History of Deborah, Ruth, and Hannah. Being a course of Lectures delivered at the Scots Church, London Wall. By Henry Hunter, D.D. The Second American Edition. Complete in Four Volumes. Volume 3 (1806)

4               Sacred Biography: or, The History of the Patriarchs. To which is added, the History of Deborah, Ruth, and Hannah. Being a course of Lectures delivered at the Scots Church, London Wall. By Henry Hunter, D.D. The Second American Edition. Complete in Four Volumes. Volume 4 (1806)

5               Sermons Preached at Different Places and on Various Occasions; Collected and Republished in their Respective Order: To which are Subjoined, Memoirs, Anecdotes, and Illustrations, Relating to the Persons, Institutions, and Events, connected with the several subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1795)

6               Sermons Preached at Different Places and on Various Occasions; Collected and Republished in their Respective Order: To which are Subjoined, Memoirs, Anecdotes, and Illustrations, Relating to the Persons, Institutions, and Events, connected with the several subjects. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1795)

 


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1               Christ Crucified and Glorified. Sermons Preached at Merchant's-Lecture, in Pinner's-Hall. By the            Reverend and Learned Mr. John Hurrion, Late Dissenting Minister in London. To which is now                 Prefixed, an Account of the Author's Life. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1823)

2               Christ Crucified and Glorified. Sermons Preached at Merchant's-Lecture, in Pinner's-Hall. By the            Reverend and Learned Mr. John Hurrion, Late Dissenting Minister in London. To which is now                 Prefixed, an Account of the Author's Life. A New Edition. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1823)

3               The Whole Works of the Rev. John Hurrion, Late Minister of the Gospel in London; Now First    Collected; To which is Prefixed, The Life of the Author. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1823) (I.         The Life of the Author. II. The Knowledge of Christ, and Him Crucified, Opened and Applied in   Eight Sermons.) (Author: Hurrion, John, 1675 or 6-1731; Taylor, Abraham, fl. 1727-1740)

4               The Whole Works of the Rev. John Hurrion, Late Minister of the Gospel in London; Now First    Collected; To which is Prefixed, The Life of the Author. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1823) (I.         The Scriptural Doctrine of the Real Personality and the Internal and Extraordinary Work of the                Holy Spirit, Stated and Defended, in Sixteen Sermons.) (Author: Hurrion, John, 1675 or 6-1731; Taylor, Abraham, fl. 1727-1740)

 


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1               A Brief Exposition on the Twelve Small Prophets. The Second Edition. The First Volume. (1657)

2               History of the Hospital and School in Glasgow Founded by George and Thomas Hutcheson of Lambhill, A. D. 1639-41; with Notices of the Founders and of their Family, Properties, and Affairs. (1881) (Author: Hutchesons' Hospital (Glasgow); Hill, William H. (William Henry), b. 1837)

 



Hutchinson, Roger (Anglican) (?-1555)

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1               The Works of Roger Hutchinson, Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and afterwards of Eton College, A. D. 1550. Edited for the Parker Society, by John Bruce, Esquire F.S.A. (1842) (Author: Hutchinson, Roger, d. 1555; Bruce, John, 1802-1869) (Biographical notice of Roger Hutchinson. -- The image of God; or, Layman's book. -- Three sermons on the Lord's supper. -- Two sermons on oppression, affliction and patience. -- Index, containing also a glossary of obsolete and peculiar words and phrases.)

 


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1               Lectures Chiefly Expository on St. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians. With Notes and Illustrations. By John Hutchison, D.D., Bonnington, Edinburgh. (1887)

2               Lectures Chiefly Expository on St. Paul's First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians. With Notes and Illustrations. By John Hutchison, D.D., Bonnington, Edinburgh. (1884)

3               Our Lord’s Signs in St. John’s Gospel. Discussions Chiefly Exegetical and Doctrinal on the Eight Miracles in the Fourth Gospel. (1892)

 



Hutchison, John Russell (Presbyterian) (1807-1878)

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1               Reminiscences, Sketches, & Addresses selected from my Papers during a Ministry of forty-five Years in Mississippi, Louisiana, & Texas (1874)

 


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1               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Gospel of Matthew. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (Chapters  1-17) (1880) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Crombie, Frederick, 1826 or 7-1889; Stewart, William, 1835-1919; Meyer, Gustav)

2               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Gospel of Matthew. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (Chapters  18-28) (1880) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Crombie, Frederick, 1826 or 7-1889; Stewart, William, 1835-1919; Meyer, Gustav)

3               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Gospels of Mark and Luke. (1884) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Wallis, Robert Ernest, 1820-1900. tr; Dickson, William Purdie, 1823-1901, ed; Riddle, Matthew Brown, 1836-1916, ed)

4               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Gospel of John. (1884) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Urwick, William, 1826-1905, tr; Crombie, Frederick, 1826 or 7-1889, ed; Kendrick, A. C. (Asahel Clark), 1809-1895. ed)

5               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Acts of the Apostles. (1884) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Gloag, Paton James, 1823-1906, tr; Dickson, William Purdie, 1823-1901, ed;)

6               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistle to the Romans. (1884) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Moore, John C. tr; Johnson, Edwin, 1842-1901, tr; Dickson, William Purdie, 1823-1901, ed; Dwight, Timothy, 1828-1916, ed)

7               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistles to the Corinthians. (1884) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Bannerman, D. Douglas (David Douglas); Dickson, William Purdie, 1823-1901, ed; Chambers, Talbot Wilson, 1819-1896, ed)

8               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistle to the Galatians. (1884) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Venables, G. H., tr; Jacobs, Henry Eyster, 1844-1932. ed; Evans, Maurice J., tr; Dickson, William Purdie, 1823-1901, ed)

9               Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistle to the Ephesians and the Epistle to Philemon. (1880) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Dickson, William Purdie, 1823-1901)

10            Critical and Exegetical Handbook on the Epistle to the Philippians and the Epistle to the Colossians and the Epistle to Philemon. (1885) (Author: Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, 1800-1873; Lünemann, Gottlieb, 1819-1894; Moore, John C. tr; Dickson, William P. (William Purdie), 1823-1901, ed; Dwight, Timothy, 1828-1916, ed; Venables, G. H., tr; Evans, Maurice J., tr)

11            Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistles of Saint Paul to Timothy and Titus. (1881)

12            Critical and Exegetical Handbook on the Epistle to the Hebrews. (1882) (Lünemann, Gottlieb, 1819-1894; Evans, Maurice J., tr)

13            Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the General Epistles of Peter and Jude. (1881)

14            Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the General Epistles of James, Peter, John and Jude. (1887) (Author: Huther, Johann Eduard, 1807-1880; Gloag, Paton James, 1823-1906, tr; Croom, David B., tr; Irwin, Clarke Huston, 1858-1934, tr; Dwight, Timothy, 1828-1916, ed)

15            Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Revelation of John. (1887) (Author: Düsterdieck, Friedrich Hermann Christian, 1822-1906; Jacobs, Henry Eyster, 1844-1932, ed. and tr)

 


Reformed Beliefs H

1               An Answer to a Certain Treatise of the Cross in Baptism, Entitled, 'A Short Treatise of the Cross in Baptism', Contracted into this Syllogism. [A. No human Ordinance becoming an idol may lawfully be used in the service of God. B. But the sign of the Cross, being a human ordinance is become an idol. Ergo: C. The sign of the Cross, may not lawfully be used in the service of God.] Wherein not only the weakness of the Syllogism itself, but also of the Grounds and Proofs thereof, are plainly discovered. By L. H. Doctor of Divinity. (1605)

 


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