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British Culture: Series Two: British Theology                                            Author IndexAbbey, Charles John. ...
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  1. 1. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexAbbey, Charles John. Anderson, Robert. The English church and its bishops 1700-1800. Ballads in the Cumberland dialect.London, Longmans, Green, and co. 1887 Wigton, B. Crosby and co. [etc., etc.]. 1808Abbey, Charles John. Anderson, Robert. The English Church in the eighteenth century. Cumberland ballads, with autobiography, notesLondon: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1878 and glossary.by... and John M. Overton…; 2v. London, Bearose and sons; Carlisle, G. & T. Coward. 1893Abbott, Charles L. What comes from what; or, The relationships of [Annet, Peter].animals and plants. Critical examination of the life of St. Paul.St. Paul, Minn. The author. [c.1922] London, R. Carlie. 1823 Translated from the French of Boulanger.Abbott, Claude C. The life and letters of George Darley, poet and Annet, Peter.critic. Judging for ourselves; or, Freethinking, the greatLondon, H. Milford, Oxford university press. 1928 duty of religion, displayed in two lectures. London, printed 1739, Reprinted 1797, and sold by[Abbott, Edwin Abbott]. T.G. Ballard. 1739; 1797 Philochristus: memoirs of a disciple of the Lord. Delivered at Plaisterers hall.Boston, Roberts brothers. 1878 Annet, Peter.Abbott, Edwin Abbott. Lectures on the following subjects. The spirit on the waters, the evolution of the London, Printed for the booksellers. 1822divine from the human. viz. I. Introductory lecture. II. On consideration andLondon, MacMillan and co.; [etc., etc.]. 1897 social conversation. III. On pure and false religion. IV. Containing a proposal to unite all true ProtestantsAbraham, Israel. in one principle, and form a society of united Studies in Pharisaism and the Gospels. Protestants in order to vanquish popery. V. AnCambridge [Eng.] University press. 1917 endeavour to keep the unity of the spirit in the bondFirst series. of peace. VI. Against popery. VII. Ibid. IVVV. Of infallibility. IX. On mortification. X. Ibid. XI. Of theAdams, Eliphalet. light within. XII. Of spiritual understanding. XIII. Of God sometimes answers his people by terrible the word of God.things in righteousness.N. London, Printed and sold by T. Green. 1735 [Annet, Peter].A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap The resurrection of Jesus considered; in answer towhich struck the meeting-house in N. London, The tryal of the witnessess.August 31st, 1735. At which time one was killed London, M. Cooper. 1744outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, 3d ed., with great amendments. By a moralyet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with philosopher. N.B. The second edition is spurious andthe rest of the congregation, from immediate death. erroneous.As it was delivered (Sept. 7th) from Lords Dayfollowing. Anster, John. Xeniola.Address to Christians throughout the world. Dublin, Williken and son; [etc., etc.]. 1837[London, Strangeways and Walden, printers]. Poems, including translations from Schiller and De[1862?] La Motte Fouque.By the clergy of the Confederate states of America. [Anstey, Christopher].Alford, Henry. The new Bath guide; or, Memoirs of the B-n-r-d Life, journals and letters of Henry Alford, D.D. family.late dean of Canterbury. London, J. Dodsley. 1776London [etc.] Rivingtons. 1873 [Antrobus, Benjamin].Allsopp, Henry. Some buds and blossoms of piety, also, some fruit The woodman and other poems. of the spirit of love, which directs to the DivineOxford, B.H. Blackwell. 1910 wisdom. London, Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle. 1684[Amory, Thomas]. A dialogue on devotion, after the manner ofXenophon; in which the reasonableness, pleasure andadvantages of it are considered.[London ?]. [1745?] 1
  2. 2. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexBeing a collection of several papers, written by a Arnold, Thomas.young man, some of them in the time of his Faith.apprenticeship, some of them at several times since, Philadelphia, N. Altemus. [c.1896]and the latter part of them in his late confinement, bya writ De excommunicato capiendo... To which Arnold, Thomas.subjoyned is a Tripple plea, touching law, physick Fragment on the church.and divinitie, formerly printed and subscribed T.C. London, B. Fellowes. 1845Also, some Lines written by J.C. 2d ed, in which are contained appendices on the same subject.Argyll, George D.C., (8th duke of). The philosophy of belief; or, Law in Christian Arnold, Thomas.theology. Introductory lectures on modern history, deliveredNew York, C. Scribners Sons. 1896 in Lent. London, B. Fellowes. 1849Armour, Richard W. Barry Cornwall; a biography of Bryan Waller Arnold, Thomas.Procter, with a selected collection of hitherto The miscellaneous works of.unpublished letters. New-York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S.Boston, Meador publishing company. 1935 Appleton. 1845 1st American ed. With nine additional essays, notArnold, Edwin, Sir. included in the English collection. In my ladys praise, being poems, old and newwritten to honour of Fanny, Lady Arnold. Arnold, Thomas.London, Trubner & co. 1889 Sermons preached in the chapel of Rugby school, with an address before confirmation.Arnold, Matthew. New-York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S. Culture & anarchy, an essay in political and social Appleton. 1846criticism;... being the conversations, letters, and 1st American ed.opinions of the late Arainius, baron von Thunderten-Tronckh. Ash, Charles B.New York, Macmillan and co. 1883 The poetical works of C.B. Ash. London, Longman, Reese, Orme, Brown, and Green.Arnold, Matthew. 1831 Essays literary and critical. 2v.London, J.M. Dent & co.; New York, E.P. Dutton &co. [1907] Ashton, John. Eighteenth century waifs.Arnold, Matthew. London, Hurst and Blackett. 1887 The function of criticism at the present time(reprinted from "Essays in criticism") and An essay Aspland, Robert.on style, by Walter Pater. The future accession of good men in all climes toNew York and London, Macmillan and company. Christianity, and their final congregation in heaven.[1895] London, R. Hunter. 1833(reprinted from "Appreciations"). A sermon.Arnold, Matthew. Aspland, Robert. God & the Bible; a review of objections to The reunion of the wise and good in a future state."Literature & dogma". London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, andLondon, Smith Elder, & co. 1875 Green. 1825 A sermon, preached... on occasion of the lamentedArnold, Matthew. death of the Rev. Abraham Rees. Literature & dogma; an essay towards a betterapprehension of the Bible. Astaldi, Maria L.New York, Macmillan and co. 1895 Influensze tedesche sulla letteratura inglese del primo 600, con particolare riferimento a llopera diArnold, Matthew. Carlyle. St. Paul & Protestantism, with an essay on [Milano, F. Bocca]. [1955]Puritanism & the Church of England, and Last essayson church & religion. Athelstan.New York, Macmillan and co. 1883 London, Edward Moxon & co. 1862 a poem.Arnold, Thomas. The Christian life; its hopes, its fears, and its [Avity, Pierre d, sieur de Montmartin].close.Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston. 1856 2
  3. 3. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index Les estats, empires, et principavtez dv monde, Yet one warning more, to thee O England:repesenez par la description des pays, moeurs des together with a very tender lamentation with bowelshabitans, richesses des provinces, les forces, le of compassion & mourning, yet over thee O land.gouuernement, la religion, et les princes qui ont D.B. London, Printed for R. Wilson. 1660gouuerne chacun estat, avec lorigine de toutes les By one through whom the eternal, powerful, andreligions, et de tous les cheualiers et ordres militaires. heavenly Voice, is uttered and sounded forth as aA.S. Omer, Chez Charles Boscard, imprimeur. 1614 trumpet, to awaken the nations and inhabitants of thePar le s. D.T.V.Y. gentilhome ord. de la chambre du earth; and directed to the eares of thee O England,roy. and thine O lofty city London; which may eccho and ring again in the ears of New-England, and be heardBacon, Thomas S. throughout the whole earth... A prisoner I am in The reign of God, not "The reign of law". Worcester city-gaol, this 9th. month, the 16th. day,Baltimore, Turnbull brothers. 1878 and of the year accounted 1660.A new way (and yet very old) to decide the debatebetween "science" and religious faith. Baker, James. The life of Sir Thomas Bernard, baronet.Badstuber, Alfred. London, J. Murray. 1819 Joanna Baillies Plays on the passions.Wien und Leipzig, W. Braumuller. 1911 [Baker, Thomas]. Reflections upon learning; wherein is shewn theBagehot, Walter. insufficiency thereof, in its several particulars: in Literary studies. order to evince the usefulness and necessity ofLondon, Longmans, Green, and co. 1879 revelation.2v. London, W. Innys. 1756 By a Gentleman; Eighth ed.Bagot, Lewis, bp. of St. Asaph. A sermon preached before the incorporated Bale, John, bp. of Ossory.Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign Scriptorvm illustriu Maioris Brytannie, quam nuncparts: at their anniversary meeting... February, 1790. Angliam & Scotiam vocant: Catalogus.London, Printed by S. Brooke. 1790 Basileae, apud I. Oporinum. [1557-1559] 2v in 1.Baillie, Joanna. The dramatic and poetical works of Joanna Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of.Baillie. After a year.London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. London, Darling & son, limited. 19151853 Speech delivered at the London opera house, 4th2nd ed. August, 1915.Baillie, Joanna. Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of. Fugitive verses. Une anne de guerre.London, E. Moxon. 1842 London, Darling & son, limited. 1915New ed. Discours prononce... a lOpera de Londres, le 4 aout, 1915.Baird, Robert. The progress and prospects of Christianity in the Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of.United States of America; with remarks on the Arthur James Balfour as philosopher and thinker;subject of slavery in America; and on the intercourse a collection of the more important and interestingbetween British and American churches. passages in his non-political writings, speeches, andLondon, Partridge and Oakey; [etc., etc.]. [1851] addresses, 1879-1912; selected and arranged by Wilfrid K. Short.Baird, Robert. London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green and co. Religion in the United States of America. 1912Glasgow and Edinburgh. Blackie and son; [etc., etc.].1844 Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of.Or, An account of the origin, progress, relations to The foundations of belief: being notesthe state, and present condition of the evangelical introductory to the study of theology.churches in the United States. With notices of New York and London, Longmans, Green, and co.unevangelical denominations. 1895Baird, Robert. Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of. State and prospects of religion in America; being a The pleasures of reading.report made at the conference of the Evangelical Edinburgh, W. Blackwood & sons. 1888alliance, in Paris, August 25, 1855. An address delivered at St. Andrews university,London, E. Suter [etc.]. 1855 December 10, 1887, by Arthur James Balfour, lord rector.[Baker, Daniel]. 3
  4. 4. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexBalfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of. Theism and humanism: being the Gifford lectures Barrett, Eaton Stannard.delivered at the University of Glasgow, 1914. Woman, a poem.New York, Hodder and Stoughton, George M. Doran London, Printed for H. Colburn. 1818company. [1915] Occasional poems.Balfour, Frances C., lady. Barrow, John C., Sir. Life and letters of the Reverend James The seven cities of the dead, and other poems,MacGregor, D.C. minister of St. Cuthberts parish, lyrics and sonnets.Edinburgh, one of His Majestys chaplains. London, Longmans, Green and Co. 1893London, New York [etc.] Hodder and Stoughton.[1912] Barton, Bernard. Household verses.Balfour, Francis Maitland. Philadelphia, J.W. Moore. 1846 … The works of Francis Maitland Balfour.London, Macmillan and co. 1885 Barton, Bernard.Ed. by M. Foster... and Adam Sedgwick; 4v. Poems. Augusta, Me. W.M. Ladd. 1825Balguy, John. 2d American, from the latest London edition. A collection of tracts, moral and theological:placed in the order wherein they were first [Barton, Bernard].published... with some additional notes; and Poems by an amateur.supplement concerning Rectitute. London, Printed for the author by J. MCreary. 1818London, Printed for J. Pemerton. 1734 Barton, Bernard.Balguy, John. Poetic vigils. An essay on redemption. London, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1824Winchester, Printed for Lockyer Davis. 1785The second edition. [Baxter, Andrew]. An enquiry into the nature of the human soul;Balleine, George R. wherein the immateriality if the soul is envinced from A history of the Evangelical party in the Church the principles of reason and philosophy.of England. London, Printed by James Settenham, for the author.London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, and co. [1730?]1909 Bayley, Daniel, comp.Barham, Richard Harris. A new and compleat introduction to the grounds The Garrick club; notices of one hundred and and rules of musick, in two books.thirty-five of its former members. Printed for and sold by Bulkley Emerson, and Daniel]New York ?] Printed privately. 1896 Baley of Newbury. 1764 Book I. Containing The grounds and rules ofBarham, Richard Harris. musick,; or, An introduction to the art of singing by The Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels. note, taken from Thomas Walter, M.A. Book II:Philadelphia, J.B. Smith & co. 1860 Containing a new and correct introduction to the2v. grounds of musick, rudimental and practical; from William Tansurs Royal melody: the whole being a[Barham, Richard Harris]. collection of a variety of the choicest tunes from the My cousin Nicholas. most approved masters.London, New York, G. Routledge & co. 1856A new ed. Bayly, Thomas Hayne. Fifty lyrical ballads.[Barlas, John Evelyn]. Bath, Printed by Mary Meyler. 1829 Selections from Songs of a bayadere and Songs ofa troubadour. Bayly, Thomas Hayne.Dundee, James P. Mathew & co. 1893 Flowers of loveliness; twelve groups of female figures, emblematic of flowers: designed by variousBarnes, William. artists; with poetical illustrations. Selected poems. London, Ackermann and company; New York, J.London, Henry Frowde. 1908 Jackson. 1837Chosen and edited with a preface and glossarialnotes. Bayly, Thomas Hayne. Musings and prosings.[Baron, Richard, ed.]. Boulogne, Printed by F. Birle. 1833 The pillars of priestcraft and orthodoxy shaken.London, Printed for R. Griffiths. 1752 Bayly, Thomas Hayne.2v. Songs, ballads, and other poems. 4
  5. 5. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexLondon, R. Bentley. 1844 A family narrative based hitherto unpublished privateed. By his widow. With a memoir of the author; 2v. diaries, letters, and other documents.Bayly, Thomas Hayne. Beaven, James. Weeds of witchery. Recreations of a long vacation; or, A visit toLondon, Ackermann and co. 1837 Indian missions in Upper Canada.Poems. London, J. Burns; [etc., etc.]. 1846Bayne, Peter. [Beckford, William]. The chief actors in the Puritan revolution. Letters and observations written in a short tourLondon, J. Clarke & co. 1879 through France and Italy.2d ed. Salisbury, Printed by E. Easton. 1786 By a gentleman.Bayne, Peter. The Christian life, social and individual. [Beckford, William].Boston, Gould and Lincoln; New York, Sheldon, Recollections of an excursion to the monasteriesLamport & Blakeman. 1855 of Alcobaca and Batalba. London, R. Bentley. 1835Bayne, Peter. The Free church in Scotland, her origin, founders Beddoes, Thomas L.and testimony. Poems by the late Thomas Lovell Beddoes.Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark. 1894 London, William Pickering. 18512d ed. With a memoira [printers mark]; 2v.Bayne, Peter. Beddoes, Thomas L. The testimony of Christ to Christianity. The poetical works of Thomas Lovell Beddoes.Boston, Gould and Lincoln; New York, Sheldon and London, J.M. Dent and co. 1820company; [etc., etc.]. 1862 ed., with a memoir by Edmund Gosse…; 2v.Bearcroft, Philip. Beecher, Henry Ward. A sermon preached before the incorporated American rebellion.Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign Manchester, Union and emancipation society; [etc.,parts; at their anniversary meeting... February, 1744 etc.]. 1864[i.e. 1745]. Report of the speeches of the Rev. Henry WardLondon, Printed by E. Owen, and sold by J. Roberts Beecher, deliverd at public meetings in Manchester,[etc.]. 1744 [i.e. 1745] Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, and London; and at the farewell breakfasts in London, Manchester, andBeard, Charles. Liverpool. …The reformation of the sixteenth century in itsrelation to modern thought and knowledge. [Belsham, Thomas].London and Edinburgh, Williams and Norgate. 1883 An address to the inquirers after Christian truth, inLectures delivered at Oxford and in London. reply to the extracts from Dr. Magees book on atonement and sacrifice, published by the ReligiousBeatley, Richard. tract society of Glasgow. The works of. Glasgow, The Glasgow Unitarian fund. 1813[London, F. Macpherson]. [1836-1838]collected and edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce…; Belsham, Thomas.3v. American Unitarianism: or, A brief history of "The progress and present state of the UnitarianBeattie, James. churches in America.". Dissertations moral and critical; On memory and Boston, Printed by Nathaniel Willis. 1815imagination; On dreaming: Theory of languages; Onfable and romance; On the attachments of kindred; [Belsham, Thomas].On sublimity. Extracts from the writings of eminent divines ofLondon, W. Strahan. 1783 the Church of England, on the history of the creation and fall, on justification, and on the inspiration of theBeattie, James. apostles. Evidences of the Christian religion; briefly and London, R. Hunter. 1824plainly stated. Being an appendix to a vindication of Mr. BelshamsDublin, Printed by William Porter, for Messrs. translation and exposition of the Epistles of Paul.Moncrieffe, Colles, Wilson, White, Byrne, Cash, W.Porter, McKenzie, Moore, and Jones. 1786 Belsham, Thomas. Memoirs of the late Reverend TheophilusBeaven, Arthur N. Lindsey, M.A. James and Horace Smith. London, Printed for R. Hunter. 1820London, Hurst and Blackett, limited. 1899 5
  6. 6. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Indexincluding a brief analysis of his works; together with With a full answer to all the remarks of a lateanecdotes and letters of eminent persons, his friends pamphleteer. By a member of Trinity College, inand correspondents; also a general view of the Cambridge.progress of the Unitarian doctrine in England andAmerica; 2d ed, cor. Bentley, Richard. Dr. Bentleys proposals for printing a new editionBenn, Alfred William. of the Greek Testament, and St. Hieroms Latin The history of English rationalism in the version.nineteenth century. London, Printed for J. Knapton. 1721London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, and co. With a full answer to all the remarks of a late1906 pamphleteer (I.e., Conyers Middleton). By a member2v. of Trinity College in Cambridge.Bennet, Benjamin. [Bentley, Richard]. The truth, inspiration, and usefulness of the Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking.scriptures asserted and proved. London, J. Morphew. 1713London, Printed for John Gray. 1730 in a letter to P.W.D.D. by PhileleurherusIn several discourses in 2 Tim. III.XVI. By the late Lipsipsiensis [pseud.]. Part the second.Reverend and learned Mr. Benjamin Bennet.Published from his manuscripts by L. Latham, M.D. Bentley, Richard. Richardi Bentleii et doctorum virorum Epistolae,Benson, Arthur Christopher. partim mutuae. Alfred Tennyson. Londini, typis Bulmerianis. 1807London, Methuen & co. 1904 Bentley, Richard.Benson, George. A sermon upon popery: preachs before the The reasonableness of the Christian religion, as University of Cambridge, Nov. 5th, 1715.delivered in the Scriptures. Cambridge, University press. 1715London, J. Noon [etc.]. 1743Being answer to a late treatise, intitled, Christianity Bentom, Clark.not founded on argument. In three parts. Part I. A statement of facts and law, relative to theContains the arguments for the truth of the Christian prosecution of the Rev. Clark Bentom, Protestantreligion. Part II. The answers to the difficulties and missionary from the London missionary society, forobjections proposed by this author. Part III. An the assumption of the office of a dissenting ministerinterpretation of the texts, which he hath perverted. of the gospel in Quebec, by the Kings attorney general of Lower Canada.Benson, George. Troy, Printed for the author by O. Penniman & co. A summary view of the evidences of Christs 1804resurrection.London, Printed and sold by J. Waugh [etc.]. 1754 [Berettari, Sebastiano]. The lives of Father Joseph Anchieta, of theBentham, Jeremy. Society of Jesus; the Ven. Alvera von Virmundt, Church-of Englandism and its Catechism religious of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre; and theexamined, preceded by strictures on the exclusionary Ven. John Berchmans, of the Society of Jesus.system as pursued in the National Societys schools, London [etc.] T. Richardson and son. 1849interspersed with parallel views of the English andScottish established and non-established churches Berkeley, George, bp. of Cloyne.and concluding with remedies proposed for abuses A miscellany, containing several tracts on variousindicated. subjects.London, E. Wilson. 1818 London, Printed for J. and R. Tonson [etc.]. 1752[Bentham, Jeremy]. Berkeley, George, bp. of Cloyne. Not Paul, but Jesus. A sermon preached before the incorporatedLondon, Printed for John Hunt [by R. Taylor]. 1823 Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts; at their anniversary meeting... February, 1731Bentley, Richard. [I.e. 1732]. The correspondence of Richard Bentley, D.D., London, Printed by J. Downing. 1732master of Trinity college, Cambridge.London, J. Murray. 1842 Berkeley, George, bp. of Cloyne.2v. A word to the wise: or, An exhortation to the Roman Catholic clergy of Ireland.Bentley, Richard. Dublin, Printed by G. Faulkner. 1752 Dr. Bentleys proposals for printing a new editionof the Greek Testament, and St. Hieroms Latin [Berkeley, George] bp. of Cloyne.version.London, J. Knapton. 1721 6
  7. 7. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index A proposal for the better supplying of churches in In which the most considerable of those papersour foreign plantations, and for converting the savage communicated to the society, which have hitherto notAmericans to Christianity. been published, are inserted in their proper order, as aLondon, Printed by H. Woodfall. 1724 supplement to the Philosophical transactions..; 4v.Bernard, Thomas D. [Birch, Thomas]. The central teaching of Jesus Christ; a study and An inquiry into the share, which King Charles I,exposition of the five chapters of the Gospel had in the transactions of the Earl of Glamorgan,according to St. John, XIIX-XVII inclusive. afterwards Marquis of Worcester, for bringing over aNew York and London, Macmillan and co. 1892 body of Irish rebels to assist the king, in the year 1645 and 1646.Bible. English. 1855. Authorized. London, Printed for A. Millar. 1756 The pictorial Bible, being the Old and New In which Mr. Cartes imperfect account of that affair,Testaments. and his use of the ms. memoirs of the popes nuncioLondon, W. and R. Chambers. 1855-1856 Rinuccini, are impartially considered. The whole4v. drawn up from the best authorities, printed and manuscript.Bible. N.T. Epistles of Paul. Greek. The Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, Birch, Thomas.Galatians, Romans: with critical notes and The life of Archbishop Tillotson, from his originaldissertations. letters and papers.London, J. Murray. 1855 London. 1752By Benjamin Jowett…; 2v. Birch, Thomas.Bible. O.T. Isaiah. English. 1883. The life of Henry, prince of Wales, eldest son of Isaiah of Jerusalem in the authorised English King James I, compiled chiefly from his own papers,version, with an introduction, corrections and notes and other manuscripts, never before published.by Matthew Arnold. London, Printed for A. Millar. 1760London, Macmillan and co. 1883 Birch, Thomas.Bickersteth, Edward Henry, bp. of Exeter. Memoirs of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, from Christian psalmody. the year 1581 till her death. In which the secretLondon. [1841?] intrigues of her court, and the conduct of herEnl. ed; 70th thousand. favourite, Robert earl of Essex, both at home and abroad, are particularly illustrated.Bickersteth, Edward Henry, bp. of Exeter. London, Printed for A. Millar. 1754 The hymnal companion to the Book of common From the original papers of.. Anthony Bacon,prayer; with accompanying tunes. esquire, and other manuscripts never beforeLondon, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & published..; 2v.Rivington. 1880Under the musical editorship of Joseph Thomas Birks, T[homas] R.Cooper; Rev and enl. ed. The Bible and modern thought. London, Religious Tract Soc. [pref. 1861]Bickersteth, Edward Henry, bp. of Exeter. The two brothers, and other poems. Birks, Thomas R.New York, R. Carter and brothers. 1871 Memoir of the Rev. Edward Bickersteth, late rector of Watton, Herts.Bickersteth, Edward Henry, bp. of Exeter. New York, Harper & brothers. 1851 Yesterday, to-day and for ever; a poem in twelve With an introduction by Stephen H. Tyng, D.D…;books. 2v.New York, Robert Carter & Brothers. 1869 Birks, Thomas R.Birch, Thomas. Modern physical fatalism and the doctrine of The court and times of Charles the First. evolution, including an examination of Mr. H.London, H. Colburn. 1848 Spencers First principles. London, Macmillan and co. 1876Birch, Thomas. The court and times of James the First; containing Blackburne, Francis.a series of historical and confidential letters. Consideration on the present state of theLondon, H. Colburn. 1849 controversy between the Protestants and Papists ofIn Great Britain during that period…; 2v. Great Britain and Ireland; particularly on the question how far the latter are entitled to a toleration uponBirch, Thomas. Protestant principles. The history of the Royal society of London for London, A. Miller, and T. Cadell. 1768improving of natural knowledge, from its first rise.London, Printed for A. Millar. 1756-1757 7
  8. 8. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexBeing the substance of two discourses delivered to London, Printed by T. Bensley, for the proprietor,the clergy of the archdeaconry of Cleveland, in the R.H. Cromek, 2nd sold by Cadell and Davies [etc.].years 1765 and 1766. 1808 Illustrated by twelve etchings executed from originalBlackie, John Stuart. designs. The language and literature of the ScottishHighlands. Blood, William.Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas. 1876 A mission to the Indians of Orialla, South America.Blackie, John Stuart. London, Partridge and Oakey. [1853] On self-culture, intellectual, physical, and moral. To which is added, a narrative of the destruction, byNew York, Scribner, Armstrong, and company. 1874 fire, of "The Amazon". With reflections, by the Rev.A vade mecum for young men and students. William Blood, one of the survivors. With six illustrations.Blackmore, Richard, Sir. Creation. Bloomfield, Robert.London, A. Bettesworth [etc.]. 1718 The banks of Wye.A philosophical poem, demonstrating the existence London, Longmans, Hurst, Rees, Orme and co. [etc.].and providence of a God. In seven books. 1823 a poem.Blackmore, Richard, Sir. Redemption: a divine poem, in six books. Bloomfield, Robert.London, Printed for A. Bettesworth [etc.]. 1772 The farmers boy; a rural poem.The three first demonstrate the truth of the Christian London, Vernor and Hood. 1800religion, and the three last the deity of Christ. To 2d ed.which is added, a hymn to Christ the Redeemer. Bloomfield, Robert.[Blackwell, Thomas]. Hazelwood-hall: a village drama. Ratio sacra; or, an appeal unto the rational world, London, Baldwin Cradock and Joy. 1823about the reasonableness of revealed religion: In three acts.containing a... confutation of the... errours of thepresent day, to wit, atheism, deism, and Bloomfield, Robert.bourignonism. May day with the muses.Edinburgh, printed by the heirs and successors of London, Printed for the author and for Baldwin,Andrew Anderson. 1710 Cradock, and Joly. 1822[Blackwell, Thomas]. Bloomfield, Robert. Schema sacrum, or, A sacred scheme of natural The poetical works of Robert Bloomfield andand revealed religion. Henry Kirke White.Edinburgh, Printed by the heirs and successors of London, T. Nelson and sons. 1871Andrew Anderson. 1710 With memoirs of the authors.Blair, Hugh. Bloomfield, Robert. Sermons. Rural tales, ballads, and songs.London. 1734 London, Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe [etc.]. 1806by Hugh Blair, D.D. One of the ministers of the Highchurch, and professor of rhetorick, in the University Blunden, Edmund C.of Edinburgh. Votive tablets; studies chiefly appreciative of English authors and books.Blair, James, Sir. London, Cobden-Sanderson. [1931] Our Saviours divine Sermon on the Mount,containd in the Vth, VIth, and VIIth chapters of St. Blunt, Henry.Matthews gospel, explained: and the practice of it Eight lectures upon the history of Jacob; deliveredrecommended in divers sermons and discourses. during Lent, 1828, at the Church of St. Luke,London, Printed for J. Brotherton [etc.]. 1740 Chelsea.to which is prefixd, a paraphrase on the whole London, J. Hatchard & son [etc.]. 1836Sermon on the Mount: and two copious indexesannexd; one of the Scriptures explaind, the other of Blunt, John J.the particular heads treated of in the work. By James Undesigned coincidences in the writings both ofBlair, M.A., commissary of Virginia, president of the Old and New Testament.William and Mary.. with a recommendatory preface New York, Ro Carter. 1847by the Reverend Dr. Waterland; The 2d ed; 4v. 1st American from the 2nd London ed.Blair, Robert. Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen. The grave, a poem. A new pilgrimage, and other poems. London, Kegan Paul, Trench & co. 1889 8
  9. 9. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index A sermon preached before the incorporatedBoemus, Johann. Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign The manners, lawes, and customes of all nations. parts; at their anniversary meeting... February, 1721London, Printed by G. Eld. 1611 [I.e. 1722].Collected out of the best writers by... a Dutchman... London, Printed by J. Downing. 1722Written in Latin, and now newly translated intoEnglish. By Ed. Aston. Bowden, John Edward. The life and letters of Frederick William Faber,Bonar, Horatius. D.D., priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. Gods way of peace. Baltimore, J. Murphy & co.; New York, CatholicLondon, James Nisbet. 1863 publication society; [etc., etc.]. 1869A book for the anxious. With an introduction by an American clergyman.Bonar, Horatius. Bowden, John W. Hymns of faith and hope. The life and pontificate of Gregory the Seventh.New York, Robert Carter & brothers. 1876 London, Printed for J.G.P. & J. Rivington. 1840First series. 2v.Bonar, Horatius. Bownas, Samuel. Hymns of faith and hope. An account of the life, travels, and ChristianNew York, Robert Carter & brothers. 1876 experiences in the work of the ministry of SamuelSecond series. Bownas. London, Printed by L. Hinde. 1756Bonar, Horatius. Hymns of faith and hope. Bowring, John, Sir.New York, Robert Carter & brothers. 1877 Batavian anthology; or Specimens of the DutchThird series. poets; with remarks on the poetical literature and language of the Netherlands, to the end of theBonar, Horatius. seventeenth century. A memorial. London, Taylor and Hessey. 1824New York, Robert Carter & brothers. 1889 Bowring, John, Sir.Bonar, Horatius. Cheskian anthology: being a history of the The morning of joy; being a sequel to The night of poetical literature of Bohemia with translatedweeping. specimens.New York, R. Carter & brothers. 1854 London, R. Hunter. 1832 2d ed.Bonar, Horatius. The song of the new creation, and other pieces. Bowring, John, Sir.New York, Carter. 1872 The kingdom and people of Siam; with a narrative of the mission to that country in 1855.Bostwick, David. London, J.W. Parker and son. 1857 A fair and rational vindication of the right of 2v.infants to the ordinance of baptism: being thesubstance of several discourses from Acts ii.39. Bowring, John, Sir.New York printed: London, Re-printed for Edward Matins and vespers: with hymns and occasionaland Charles Dilly. 1765 devotional pieces.Containing I. The Scripture ground, on which the London, The author: sold by C. & W.B. Whittaker.rights of infants to baptism is founded. II. The 1824evidence by which it is supported. And, III. A 2d ed.solution of the most material objections. By DavidBostwick, A.M., late minister of the Presbyterian Bowring, John, Sir.church, in the city of New-York. A memorial volume of sacred poetry. London, Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1873Boswell, Alexander, Sir, bart.]. Skeldon Haughs: or, The sow is flitted. Bowring, John, Sir.Auchlaleck, Printed by James Sutherland. 1816 Minor morals for young people. London, Whittaker and co. 1834-1839[Boulanger, Nicolas Antoine]. Illustrated in tales and travels. With engravings by The origin and progress of despotism. George Cruikshank and William Heath; 3v.Amsterdam. 1764In the Oriental, and other empires of Africa, Europe, Bowring, John, Sir.and America. Poetry of the Magyars, preceded by a sketch of the language and literature of Hungary and Transylvania.Boulter, Hugh, apb. of Armagh. London, Printed for the author and sold by R. Heward [etc.]. 1830 9
  10. 10. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index Histoire du Canada, de son eglise et de sesBowring, John, Sir. missions, depuis a decouverte de lAmerique jusqua …Specimens of the Polish poets; with notes and nos jours, ecrite sur des documents inedits compulsesobservations on the literature of Poland. dans les archives de larcheveche et de la ville deLondon, Printed for the author, sold by Baldwin, Quebec, etc. Plancy [etc.] Society de Saint-Victor.Cradock, and Joy [etc.]. 1827 Paris, Sagnier & Bray. 1852Bowring, John, Sir. Bray, Charles. A visit to the Philippine Islands. Christianity: viewed in the light of our presentLondon, Smith, Elder & co. 1859 knowledge and moral sense. London, T. Scott. [1876]Bowring, John, Sir, ed. and tr. 2 pts in 1 v. Ancient poetry and romances of Spain.London, Printed for Taylor and Hessey. 1824 Bray, Charles. Phases of opinion and experience during a long[Boyd, Andrew K.H.]. life: an autobiography. The critical essays of a country parson. London, Longmans, Green and co. [1884]London, Longmans, Green, and co. 1867 Bray, Charles.[Boyd, Andrew K.H.]. The philosophy of necessity; or, The law of The recreations of a country parson. consequences; as applicable to mental, moral, andBoston, Ticknor & Fields. 1866 social science. London, Longmans, Orme, Brown, Green and[Boyd, Andrew K.H.]. Longmans. 1841 The recreations of a country parson. 2v.Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1861Second series. Bray, Thomas. A memorial representing the present state ofBoyer, Abel, comp. religion on the continent of North America. Letters of wit, politicks and morality. London, Printed by William Downing 1700…London, Printed for J. Hartley [etc.]. 1701 Reprinted for the Thomas Bray club [n.p.]. 1700Written originally in Italian, by the famous Cardinal [1916]Bentivoglio; in Spanish by Signior Don Guevara; inLatin by St. Jerome [and others]... in French by Bremond, Henri.Father Rapin, &c. Also select letters of gallantry out Linquietude religieuse. Premiere serie: Aubres etof the Greek, of Aristaenetus; the Spanish of Don lendemains de conversion.Quevedo... The French of Count Bussy Rabutin... Mr. Paris, Perrin et cie. 1919Fontenell, &c. Done in English, by the HonourableM---- H---- esq; Tho. Cheek, esq; Mr. Savage, Mr. Bremond, Henri.Boyer, &c. To which is added a large collection of The mystery of Newman.original letters of love and friendship. Written by London, Williams and Norgate. 1907several gentlemen and ladies. translated by M.C. Corrance, with an introduction by Rev. George Tyrrell.Boyse, Samuel. An impartial history of the late rebellion in 1745. Brerewood, Edward.Reading, D. Henry. 1648 [i.e. 1748] Enquiries touching the diversity of languages andFrom authentic memoirs; particularly, the journal of a religions, through the chief parts of the world.general officer, and other original papers, yet London, Printed for Samuel Hearne, John Martyn,unpublished. With the characters of the persons and Henry Herringman. 1674principally concerned. To which is prefixed, by wayof introduction, a compendious account of the royal Brett, Thomas.house of Stuart, from its original to the present time. The divine right of episcopacy and the necessity of an episcopal communion for preaching GodsBradley, George G. word, and for the valid ministration of Christian Recollections of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, late sacraments.dean of Westminster. London, Printed for Henry Clements. 1718New York, C. Scribners sons. 1883Three lectures delivered in Edinburgh in 1882. Brett, Thomas. A sermon of the honour of the ChristianBraley, Edward W. priesthood, and the necessity of a divine call to that Views in Suffolk, Norfolk, and Northamptonshire; office.illustrative of the works of Robert Bloomfield. London, Printed by J. Matthews, for John Wyat. 1712London, Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe [etc.]. 1806 Brett, Thomas.Brasseur de Bourbourg, Charles Etienne. A sermon on remission of sins, according to the Scriptures and the doctrine of the Church of England. 10
  11. 11. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexLondon, Printed by J. Matthews, for John Wyat. 1711 Dublin, Printed by George Faulkner. 1745Brett, William Henry, rev. Brooke, Henry. The Indian tribes of Guiana; their condition and The poems of Henry Brooke.habits. London. 1810London, Bell and Daldy. 1868With researches into their past history, superstitions, [Brooke, Henry].legends, antiquities, languages, &c. The spirit of party. [Dublin ?]. 1753Bricknell, William S. Chapter the first [-third] being an introduction to the The judgment of the bishops upon Tractarian History of the knight of the bridge...; 3pt. in 1v.theology.Oxford, J. Vincent. 1845 [Brooke, Henry].A complete analytical arrangement of the charges The tryal and cause of the Roman Catholics: on adelivered by the prelates of the Anglican church, special commission directed to Lord Chief Justicefrom 1837 to 1842 inclusive, so far as they relate to Reason, Lord Baron Interest, and Mr. Justicethe Tractarian movement. Clemency. Wednesday, August 5th, 1761. Dublin, Printed by G. Faulkner. 1761British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society, London. American slavery. Brooke, Stopford Augustus.[London]. [1846] Faith and freedom.Address of the committee of the British and foreign Boston, G.M. Ellis. 1881anti-slavery society to the moderator, office bearers,and members of the General assembly of the Free Brooke, Stopford Augustus.church of Scotland. The gospel of joy. New York, Dodd, Mead, and company. 1899British North America: comprising Canada, Britishcentral North America, British Columbia, Brooke, Stopford Augustus.Vancouvers island, Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, The Old Testament and modern life.New Brunswick, Prince Edwards island, New York, Dodd, Mead and company. 1896Newfoundland and Labrador.London, The Religious tract society. [186-?] Brooke, Stopford Augustus. Religion in literature and religion in life.The British sailors discovery: or, The Spanish New York, T.Y. Crowell & company. 1901pretensions confuted.London, Printed for T. Cooper. 1739 Brooke, Stopford Augustus.Containing a short history of the discoveries and Sermons preached in St. Jamess chapel, Yorkconquests of Spain in America, with a particular street, London.account of the illegal and unchristian means they Boston, Fields, Osgood, & co. 1869made use of to establish their settlements there:proving that the sovereign sole dominion, claimed by Brooke, Stopford Augustus.the Crown of Spain tot he West-Indies, is founded Theology in the English Poets.upon an unjustifiable possession; whilst the rights London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner. 1904and possessions of the British subjects in those parts Cowper-Coleridge-Worsdworth-and Burns; 9th ed.are both agreeable to the law of nations, andprinciples of Christianity. That America was Brothers, Thomas.discovered and planted by the ancient Britons 300 The United States of North America as they are;years before Columbus conducted the Spaniards now as they are generally described: being a cure forthither... Also the declaration of war against Spain by radicalism.Oliver Cromwell, in 1655, translated from the Latin London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green andoriginal. Longmans. 1840Brokesby, Francis. Brown, Simon. Some proposals towards propagating of the gospel A fit rebuke to a ludicrous infidel in some remarksin our American plantations. on Mr. Woolstools fifth discourse on the miracles ofLondon, G. Sawbridge. 1708 our Saviour, with a preface concerning theHumbly offerrd in a letter to Mr. Nelson, a worthy prosecution of such writers by the civil powers.member of the Society for propagating the gospel in London, R. Ford. 1732foreign parts. To which is prefixd, Mr. MorganGoodwins Brief account of religion in the Browne, Isaac Hawkins.plantations: with the causes of the neglect and decay Of the immortality of the soul.thereof in those parts. To which is added, a postscript London, B. Dod. 1754and contents; The 2d ed. A poem... Tr. from the Latin of Isaac Hawkins Browne, esq., by Richard Grey, D.D.[Brooke, Henry]. The farmers letter to the Protestants of Ireland. Browne, Peter, bp. of Cork and Ross. 11
  12. 12. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index A letter in answer to a book entitled, Christianity Bruce, Lewis.not mysterious. The happiness of man the glory of God.London, Printed for R. Clavell. 1697 London, Printed by D. Browne. 1744As also to all those who set up for reasons and A sermon preached before the Honourable Trusteesevidence in opposition to revelation and mysteries. for establishing the colony of Georgia in America, and the Associates of the late Rev. Dr. Bray; at their[Browne, Peter, bp. of Cork and Ross]. anniversary meeting, March 15, 1743, in the parish Of drinking in the memory of the dead. church of St. Margaret, Westminster.Dublin, Printed by A.R. and sold by Jer. Pepyat inSkinner-row. 1713 Bryant, Jacob.Being the substance of a discourse delivered to the Observations and inquiries relating to variousclergy of the diocese of Cork, November, 1713, by parts of ancient history; containing dessertations onthe bishop of that diocese. And published at their the wind Euroclydon, and on the island Melite,unanimous request. together with an account of Egypt in its most early state, and of the shepherd kings.[Browne, Peter, bp. of Cork and Ross]. Cambridge, Printed by J. Archdeacon. 1767 The procedure, extent, and limits of humanunderstanding. [Bryant, Jacob].London, Printed for W. Innys. 1728 A treatise upon the authenticity of the Scriptures, and the truth of the Christian religion.[Browne, Peter, bp. of Cork and Ross]. Cambridge, Printed by J. Archdeacon for T. Cadell, Things divine and supernatural conceived by and P. Elmsly, London. 1703analogy with things natural and human. 2d ed.London, W. Innays and R. Manby. 1733 Budd, Thomas.Browne, Simon. New-Englands Spirit of Persecution Transmitted A defence of the religion of nature and the to Pennsilvania, And the Pretended Quaker foundChristian revelation; against the defective account of Persecuting the True Christian-Quaker, In The Tryalthe one, and the exceptions against the other. of Peter Boss, George Keith, Thomas Budd, andLondon, printed for Richard Ford. 1732 William Bradford, At the Sessions held at Philadelphia the Nineth, Tenth and Twelfth Days ofBrowne, Simon. December, 1692. Hymns and spiritual songs in three books. [New York] Printed [by W. Bradford]. 1693London, Printed for Eman. Matthews. 1720 Giving an Account of the most Arbitrary Procedure of that Court.Browning, Elizabeth (Barrett). The letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Budgell, Eustace.New York, The Macmillan company; London, Memoirs of the lives and characters of theMacmillan & co., ltd. 1897 illustrious family of the Boyles; particularly of theed., with biographical additions, by Frederic G. late eminently learned Charles earl of Orrery.Kenyon…; 2v. London, O. Payne. 1737 In which is containd many curious pieces of EnglishBrowning, Elizabeth (Barrett). history, not extant in any other author.. With The poets enchiridion, a hitherto unpublished particular account of the famous controversy betweenpoem; with an inedited address to Uvedale Price on the Honourable Mr. Boyle, and the Reverend Dr.his eightieth birthday, an early invocation to sleep, Bentley, concerning the genuineness of Phararissand a preliminary draft of the renowned poem, Epistles; also the same translated from the originalCatarina to Canoens. Greek.Boston, Mass. Printed exclusively for members of theBibliophile society. 1914 [Budgell, Eustace]. A short history of prime ministers in GreatBrowning, Robert. Britain. Men and women. London, H. Haines. 1733Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1856 [Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, 1st earl of Lytton].Browning, Robert. Lucile. Parleyings with certain people of importance in Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1865their day; to wit, Bernard de Mandeville, Daniel By Owen Meredith [pseud.].Bartoli, Christopher Smart, George Bubb Dodington,Francis Furini, Gerard de Lairesse, and Charles Burgon, John W.Avison. Lives of twelve good men.London, Smith, Elder Co. 1887 New York, Scribner and Welford. 1891Introduced by a dialogue between Apollo and the New ed.fates; concluded by another between John Fust andhis friends. Burke, Walter. 12
  13. 13. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index The Joshuade: an heroi-sacred poem, containing aseries of the most important events which passed Butler, Samuel.upon the great theatre of the world, from the creation God the known and God the unknown.to the ever-memorable and important area of Our London, A.C. Fifield. 1909Saviours crucifixion.London, Printed for J. Parsons and J. Downes. 1794 Butler, Samuel. The humour of Homer and other essays.Burnham, Richard. New York, Mitchell Kennerley. 1914 Pious memorials; or, The power of religion uponthe mind, in sickness, and at death: exemplified in the Butler, Samuel.experience of many divines and other eminent The life and letters of Dr. Samuel Butler, head-persons at those important seasons. master of Shrewsbury school 1798-1836, andLondon, Printed for A. Millar, W. Law, and R. Cater. afterwards bishop of Lichfield…by Samuel Butler.1789 London, J. Murray. 1896Interspersed with what was most remarkable in theirlives. With a recommendatory preface, by the Butler, Samuel.Reverend Mr. James Hervey... New ed. To which is Luck, or cunning, as the main means of organicnow added, a large appendix, containing many modification?.valuable lives of ministers of the gospel, and other London, A.C. Fifield. 1920eminent Christians. An attempt to throw additional light upon Darwins theory of natural selection…; 2d ed, re-set, with[Burrough, Edward]. authors corrections and additions to index. A declaration of the sad and great persecution andmartyrdom of the people of God, called Quakers, in Butler, Samuel.New-England for the worshipping of God. Seven sonnets and A psalm of Montreal.London, Printed for Robert Wilson, in Martins le Cambridge [Eng.] Printed for private circulation.grand. [1660] 1904Butler, John, bp. Butler, Samuel. A sermon preached before the honourable House …The strange notes of Samuel Butler.of commons, at the church of St. Margarets, Girard, Kan., Haldeman-Julius company. [c.1923]Westminster, on Friday, December 13, 1776; being [by] John W. Gunn.the day appointed by His Majestys royalproclamation, to be observed as a day of solemn Butler, William A.fasting and humiliation. Letters on the development of Christian doctrine,London, Printed for T. Cadell. 1777 in reply to Mr. Newmans essay.By John Butler.. chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty. Dublin, Hodges and Smith. 1850 Edited by Thomas Woodward.Butler, Samuel. Alps and sanctuaries of Piedmont and the canton Butler, William A.Ticino (op. 6). Sermons, doctrinal and practical.New York, E.P. Dutton & company. 1913 Philadelphia, Parry and McMillan. 1857 Second series.Butler, Samuel. Evolution, old & new; or, The theories of Buffon, Butler, William A.Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with Sermons, doctrinal and practical.that of Charles Darwin. Philadelphia, Parry and McMillen. 1856New York, E.P. Dutton & company. [1914] First series. Edited with a memoir of the authors life, by the Very Rev. Thomas Woodward.Butler, Samuel. Ex voto: an account of the Sacro monte or New Caird, Edward.Jerusalem at Varallo-Sesia. Op. 9. Essays on literature and philosophy.London, Trubner & co. 1888 Glasgow, J. Maclehose and sons. 1892 2v.Butler, Samuel. The fair haven; a work in defence of the Caird, Edward.miraculous element in Our Lords ministry upon The evolution of religion; the Gifford lecturesearth, both as against rationalistic impugners and delivered before the University of St. Andrews incertain orthodox defenders. sessions 1890-91, and 1891-92.London, A.C. Fifield. 1913 Glasgow, J. MacLabose and sons. 1899 2v.Butler, Samuel. A first year in Canterbury settlement, with other Caird, Edward.early essays. The evolution of theology in the GreekLondon, A.C. Fifield. 1914 philosophers.ed. by R.A. Streetfield. Glasgow, J. Maclehose and sons. 1904 13
  14. 14. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexThe Gifford lectures, delivered in the University of Verses, translations and fly leaves.Glasgow in sessions 1900-1 and 1901-2…; 2v. London, George Bell and sons. 1904Caird, Edward. Campbell, George. Lay sermons and addresses delivered in the hall of A dissertation on miracles: containing anBalliol college, Oxford. examination of the principles advanced by DavidGlasgow, J. Maclehose and sons. 1907 Hume, esq.; in an essay on miracles: with a correspondence on the subject by Mr. Hume, Dr.Caird, Edward. Campbell, and Dr. Blair, now first published. The social philosophy and religion of Comte. Edinburgh, Printed for Bell & Bradfute; [etc., etc.].New York, Macmillan and co. 1893 17972nd ed. To which are added sermons and tracts…; 2v; The 3d ed, with additions and corrections.Caird, John. The fundamental ideas of Christianity. Campbell, George Douglas, 8th duke of Argyll.Glasgow, J. MacLabose and sons. 1899 Iona.2v. London, Strahan & co. 1871 2d ed.Caird, John. An introduction to the philosophy of religion. Campbell, George Douglas, 8th duke of Argyll.Glasgow, J. Maclehose and sons. 1904 The reign of law.New ed. London, A. Strahan. 1867Caird, John. [Campbell, John]. Religion in common life. The Spanish empire in America.New York, T.Y. Crowell & co. [1901] London, Printed for M. Cooper. 1747with a brief introductory note by J.A. MacVannel. Containing, a succinct relation of the discovery and settlement of its several colonies; a view of theirCaird, John. respective situations, extent, commodities, trade, Sermons. &c.... By an English merchant.Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and sons.1873 Campbell, John McLeod. Memorials or John MLeod Campbell, D.D. beingCaird, John. selections from his correspondence. Spinoza. London, Macmillan and co. 1877Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and sons; 2v.reprint. 1888; 1889Reprint 1889. Campbell, John McLeod. The nature of the atonement and its relation toCaird, John. remission of sins and eternal life. University addresses: being addresses on subjects London, Macmillan and co. 1869of academic study, delivered to the University ofGlasgow. Campbell, John McLeod.Glasgow, J. Maclehose and sons. 1899 Reminiscences and reflections, referring to his early ministry in the parish of Row, 1825-31.Calamy, Edmund. London, Macmillan and co. 1873 An historical account of my own life, with some Edited, with an introductory narrative, by his son,reflections on the times I have lived in (1671-1731). Donald Campbell.London, H. Colburn and R. Bentley. 1829Edited and illustrated with notes, historical and Campbell, Reginald John.biographical, by John Towill Rutt…; 2v. The new theology. New York. The Macmillan company. 1907California; its past history, its present position, itsfuture prospects: containing a history of the country Campbell, Reginald John.from its colonization by the Spaniards to the present A spiritual pilgrimage.time; a sketch of its geographical and physical London, Williams and Norgate. 1916features: and a minute and authentic account of thediscovery of the gold region, and the subsequent Candlish, Robert S.important proceedings. Including a history of the rise, The fatherhood of God.progress, and present condition of the Mormon Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black. 1865settlements. Being the first course of the Cunningham lecturesLondon, For the proprietors. 1850 delivered before the new college, Edinburgh, inWith an appendix, containing the official reports March 1864; 2d ed.made to the government of the United States. Careless, John.Calverley, Charles Stuart. 14
  15. 15. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index The old English squire; a jovial gay fox hunter, London, J.M. Dent & co. 1903bold, frank and free.London, Methuen. 1905 Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). …Theism in medieval India; lectures delivered inCarlyle, Thomas. Essex hall, London, October-December, 1919. The life of John Sterling. London, Williams & Norgate. 1921New York, Scribner, Welford & co. 1871 [Carter, Landon].Carlyle, Thomas. A letter to the Right Reverend father in God, the On heroes, hero-worship and the heroic in history. Lord B----p of L----n.Philadelphia, Henry Altemus. 1894 Printed in Virginia, and reprinted in London. 1760 Occasioned by a letter of His Lordships to the L---dsCarpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). of T---e, on the subject of the act of Assembly passed The Bible in the nineteenth century; eight lectures. in the year 1758, intituled, An act to enable theLondon, New York and Bombay, Longmans, Green, inhabitants of this colony to discharge their publickand co. 1903 dues, &c. in money for the ensuing year. From Virginia.Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). Comparative religion. Cary, Henry F.New York, H. Holt and company; [etc., etc.]. [1913?] …The early French poets. New York, A. & C. Boni. 1925Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). The composition of the Hexateuch. Cary, Henry F.London, New York and Bombay, Longmans, Green, Lives of English poets, from Johnson to Kirkeand co. 1902 White, design as a continuation of Johnsons lives.an introduction with select lists of words and phrases, London, H.C. Bohn. 1846and an appendix on laws and institutions, by GeorgeHarford, M.A. [Cassels, Walter R.]. A reply to Dr. Lightfoots essays.Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). London and New York, Longmans, Green, and co. Ethical and religious problems of the war, 1889fourteen addresses.London, The Lindsey press. 1916 [Cassels, Walter R.]. Supernatural religion: an inquiry into the reality ofCarpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). divine revelation. The first three Gospels, their origin and relations. London, Longmans, Green, and co. 1874-1877London, The Lindsey Press. 1906 3v.4th ed with index. [Castell, William].Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). A petition of W.C. exhibited to the high court of Freedom and truth; modern views of Unitarian Parliament now assembled, for the propagating of theChristianity. Gospel in America, and the West Indies; and for theLondon, The Lindsey press. 1925 settling of our plantations there; which petition is approved by 70 able English divines.Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). [London]. 1641 James Martineau, theologian and teacher; a study Also by Master Alexander Henderson, and someof his life and thought. other worthy ministers of Scotland.London, P. Green. 19052d issue, with index. Catcott, Alexander. A treatise on the deluge.Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). London, Printed for the author, by E. Allen. 1768 The Johannine writings, a study of the Apocalypse Containing I. Remarks on the Lord Bishop ofand the Fourth gospel. Cloghers account of that event. II. A full explanationBoston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company. of the Scripture history of it. III. A collection of all1927 the principal heathen accounts. IV. Natural proofs of the deluge, deduced from a great variety ofCarpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). circumstances, on and in the terraqueous globe…; The life and work of Mary Carpenter. The 2d ed considerably enl.London, Macmillan and co. 1881 Catholic Church. Liturgy and ritual. Hymnary.Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). English. …Phases of early Christianity, six lectures. Lyra Catholica, containing all of the hymns of theNew York and London, G.P. Putnams sons. 1916 Roman Breviary and Missal, with others from various sources, arranged for every day in the week,Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin). and the festivals and saints days throughout the Studies in theology. years. 15
  16. 16. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author IndexNew York, Edward Dunigan and brother. 1851With a selection of hymns, anthems, and sacred Chalmers, Thomas.poetry from approved sources. The expulsive power of a new affection. New York, T.Y. Crowell & co. [1901]Cattermole, Richard. with a brief introductory note by John Angus Mac The literature of the Church of England indicated Vannel.in selections from the writings of eminent divines:with memoirs of their lives, and historical sketches of Chalmers, Thomas.the times in which they lived. The importance of civil government to society,London, J.W. Parker. 1844 and the duty of Christians in regard to it.2v. Glasgow, Chalmers & Collins; [etc., etc.]. 1820 A sermon preached in St. Johns church, Glasgow onCecil, Algernon. Sabbath, the 30th April, 1820. Six Oxford thinkers: Edward Gibbon. John HenryNewman. R.W. Church. James Anthony Froude. Chalmers, Thomas.Walter Pater. Lord Morley of Blackburn. Lectures on the Epistle of Paul, the apostle to theLondon, J. Murray. 1909 Romans. New York, R. Carter; Pittsburg, T. Carter. 1843Cecil, Richard. 2d ed. Remains of the Rev. Richard Cecil.Andover [Mass.] M. Newman. 1824 Chalmers, Thomas.To which is prefixed a view of his character; 2d ed. The nature and season of repentance, no. 470.Cestre, Charles. Chalmers, Thomas. John Thelwall, a pioneer of democracy and social On the miraculous and internal evidence of thereform to England during the French revolution. Christian revelation, and the authority of its records.London, S. Sonnenschein & co lim.; New York, C. New York, R. Carter & brothers. 1857Scribners sons. 1906 2v.Chalmers, Thomas. Chalmers, Thomas. Chalmers on charity; a selection of passages and Posthumous works of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers.scenes to illustrate the social teaching and practical New York, Harper & brothers. 1848-1850work of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. edited by the Rev. William Hanna…; [v 1, 49] 9v.Westminster, A. constable and company. 1900Arranged and ed. by N. Masterman. Chalmers, Thomas. Remarks on the present position of the church ofChalmers, Thomas. Scotland. Chalmers on peace. Glasgow, W. Collins. 1839[New Vienna, O., Peace association of Friends in Occasioned by the publication of a letter from theAmerica]. [1869] Dean of faculty to the Lord chancellor.Chalmers, Thomas. Chalmers, Thomas. The Christian and civic economy of large towns. Select works of Thomas Chalmers.New York, C. Scribners sons. 1900 New York, R. Carter & brothers. 1850abridged and with an introduction by Charles R. comprising his miscellanies; lectures on Rocans;Henderson. astronomical, commercial, congregational, and posthumous sermons…; 4v.Chalmers, Thomas. Discourses on the Christian revelation viewed in Chalmers, Thomas.connexion with the modern estronomy; with others of A series of discourses on the Christian revelation,a kindred character. viewed in connexion with the modern astronomy.Edinburgh, T. Constable and co.; London, Hamilton, New York: Published by Kirk & Mercein. No. 22Adams, and co. 1852 Wall-street. 1817Chalmers, Thomas. [Chambers, Robert]. Dr. Chalmers and the poor laws. Explanations: a sequel to "Vestiges of the naturalEdinburgh, D. Douglas. 1911 history of creation.".A comparison of Scotch and English pauperism and New York: Wiley & Putnam. 1846Evidence before the Committee of the House ofcommons, with preface by Mrs. George Kerr... and [Chambers, Robert].introduction by Miss Grace Chalmers Wood. Vestiges of the natural history of creation. London, J. Churchill. 1844Chalmers, Thomas. The duty of giving an immediate diligence to the Chambers, Robert.business of the Christian life. Vestiges of the natural history of creation.New York, Published by Kirk and Mercein. 1817 London, J. Churchill. 1846 16
  17. 17. British Culture: Series Two: British Theology Author Index Natural and revealed..; 2v in 1.Chambers, William. Memoir of Robert Chambers, with autobiographic Cheyne, Thomas Kelly.reminiscences of William Chambers. Encyclopaedia biblica; a critical dictionary of theNew York, Scribner, Armstrong & co. 1872 literary, political and religious history, the archaeology, geography, and natural history of theChapman, John Jay. Bible. Emerson, and other essays. New York, The Macmillan company; [etc., etc.].New York, C. Scribners sons. 1898 1899-1908 4v.Charles, Robert M. A critical history of the doctrine of a future life in Cheyne, Thomas Kelly.Israel, in Judaism, and in Christianity; or, Hebrew, Founders of Old Testament criticism;Jewish, and Christian eschatology from pre-prophetic biographical, descriptive, and critical studies.times till the close of the New Testament canon, London, Methuen & co. 1893being the first Jowett lectures delivered in 1898-99.London, A. and C. Black. 1913 Cheyne, Thomas Kelly.2d ed, rev and enl. The origin and religious contents of the Psalter in the light of Old Testament criticism and the history ofCharlevoix, Pierre Francois Xavier de. religions. The history of Paraguay. London, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, & co., ltd. 1891London, L. Davis. 1769Containing… a full and authentic account of the Chorley, Henry F.establishments formed there by the Jesuits, from Memorials of Mrs. Hemans with illustrations ofamong the savage natives... Written originally in her literary character from her privateFrench…; 2v. correspondence. London, Saunders and Otley. 1837The Charters of the British colonies in America. 2v.London, Printed for J. Almon. [1774?] Christmas, Henry.Chaumonot, Pierre Joseph Marie. A concise history of the Hampden controversy, La vie du R.P. Pierre Joseph Marie Chaumonot, from the period of its commencement in 1832 to theDe la Compagnie de Jesus, Missionnaire dans la present time.Nouvelle France, Ecrite par lui meme par ordre de London, Smith, Elder and co. 1848son Superieur, lan 1688. With all the documents which have been publishedNouvelle York, Isle de Manate, A la Presse Cramoisy and a brief examination of the "Bampton lectures" forde Jean-marie Shea. 1858 1832, and of the "Observations on dissent.".[Chauncy, Charles]. Chubb, Thomas. A letter from a gentleman in Boston to Mr. The posthumous works of Mr. Thomas Chubb.George Wishart, one of the ministers of Edinburgh, London, Printed for R. Baldwin, jun.; and sold by E.concerning the state of religion in New-England. Easton, Sarum. 1748Edinburgh. 1742 Containing, I. Remarks of the Scriptures. II. Observations on the Reverend Mr. Warburtons[Checkley, John]. Divine legation of Moses. III. The authors Farewel to A modest proof of the order & government settled his readers; comprehending a variety of tracts, on theby Christ and his apostles in the church. most important subjects of religion. With anBoston: Re-printed by Tho. Fleet. 1723 appendix, including a postscript to his four lastBy shewing I. What sacred offices were instituted by dissertations, more particularly relative to that on thethem. II. How those offices were distinguished. III. history of Melchizedek. To which is prefixed, someThat they were to be perpetual and standing in the account of the author: written by himself…; 2v.church. And, IV. Who succeed in them, and rightlyexecute them to this day. Chubb, Thomas. The true gospel of Jesus Christ asserted.Chesterton, Gilbert K. London, Printed for T. Cox. 1738 Five types, a book of essays. Wherein is shewn what is, and what is not thatNew York, H. Holt and company; [etc., etc.]. 1911 gospel; what was the great and good end it was intended to serve; how it is excellently suited toChevrillon, Andrew. answer that purpose; and how, or by what means that Sydney Smith, et la renaissance des idees liberales end has in a great measure been frustrated. Humblyen Angleterre au xixe siecle. offered to publick consideration, and in particular toParis, Hachette et cie. 1894 all those who esteem themselves, or are esteemed by others to be ministers of Jesus Christ, and preachersCheyne, George. of his gospel; and more especially to all those who Philosophical principles of religion. have obtained the reputation of being the greatLondon, Printed for G. Strahan. 1734, 33 defender of Christianity. 17

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