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Translated from the Greek, with memoirs of the authors. London, 1854. (Bohn's Ecclesiastical Library.) Tregelles, 99.89, D. The Jansenists; their rise, persecutions by the Jesuits, and existing remnant. A chapter in Church history. By S. P. Tregelles, LL. D. London, 1851. Thden, 11103, O. The Anglican Church in the nineteenth century, indicating her relative position to dissent in every form, and presenting a clear and unprejudiced view of Puseyism and Orthodoxy. From the German of F. Uhden, by W. C. C. Humphreys. London, 1844. Updike, 11919, O. History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island, including a history of other Episcopal Churches in the State, with an appendix, containing a reprint of a work now extremely rare, entitled “America Dissected,” by the Rev. J. Macsparran, with notes containing genealogical and biographical accounts of distinguished men, families, &c. By Wilkins Updike. New York, 1847. Vitringa, 107 S2, O. 1. The Synagogue and the Church. Condensed from the original Latin work of Vitringa. By Joshua L. Bernard. London, 1S 42. Waddington, 10460, O. A history of the Reformation on the continent. By Geo. Waddington, D. D. 3 vols. London, 1841. Wagstaff, 11264, O. A history of the Society of Friends. By William R. Wagstaff, M. D. New York, and London, 1845. Waylen, 11770 and 11665, O. Ecclesiastical reminiscences of the United States. By the Rev. Edward Waylen, late Rector of Christ Church, Rockville, Maryland. New York and London, 1846. Weiss, 10693, D. History of the French Protestant refugees, from the revocation of the edict of Nantes to our own days. By M. Charles Weiss. Translated from the French by Henry William Herbert. With an American appendix, by a descendant of the Huguenots. 2 vols. N. York, 1854. Welsh, 11175, O. Elements of Church History. By David Welsh, D. D. Edinburgh, 1844. White, 9374, O. Memoirs of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, from its organization to the present day. By William White, D. D. 2d edition. New York, 1835. Gift of Bishop White, with his autograph. Wilberforce, 7858, D. A history of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America. By S. Wilberforce, M. A. London, 1844. Wilks, 12789, O. The Popes from Linus to Pius IX. By G. A. T. Wilks. London, 1851. Williams, 11242, O. The ecclesiastical antiquities of the ancient British Church; its history, doctrine, and rites. By the Rev. John Williams. London, 1844. 9239, D. Concilii Tridentini Canones et Decreta. Antverpiae, 1577. 10394, D. Cyclopedia of religious denominations, written by members of the respective bodies. London, 1853. 9932, O. Beschreibung aller Religionen in der Welt. Breslau und Leipzig, 1782. 8508, D. The German Reformation of the nineteenth century. By the German correspondent of “The Continental Echo.” London, 1846. 7158, D. The exiles of Lucerna; or the sufferings of the Waldenses during the persecutions of 1686. Edinburgh, 1841. 13147, O. The Waldenses. Sketches of the evangelical Christians of the valleys of Piedmont. With illustrations. Philadelphia, 1853. 1141, F. A history of abbots, priests and monks. A modern Greek manuscript, on paper. (Title-page wanting.) Gift of Henry Core, Esq., of Ireland. 9580, O. A history of Popery, containing an account of the origin, growth, and progress of the Papal power. London, 1838. 9788, O. Constitutiones Societatis Jesu. Anno, 1558. Romae, 1558. Reprinted London, 1838. 1349, F. Report from the Select Committee on the Ecclesiastical commission, together with the minutes of evidence, appendix, and index. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, 14 Aug., 1848. London. 9568, O. 4. Third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and tenth annual reports of the P. E. Sunday School Union. New York, 1829 to 1832. 9568, 0. 6. Third annual report of the Episcopal Education Society. Philadelphia, 1832. 9568, O. 7. The General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in U. S. Proceedings of the trustees, 1836. New York, 1836. 9568, 0.5. Second annual report of the trustees of the New York Protestant Episcopal Press. New York, 1830. 12949, O. 1. Journal of the general convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Sept. 1838. Together with the constitution and canons. New York, 1838. 12550, O. 6, & 12949, O. 2. Journal of the proceedings of the bishops, clergy and laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in general convention in 1844. With an appendix containing the constitution and canons, a list of the clergy, &c. New York, 1845. 9568, O. 1. Journal of 52d convention of the P. E. Church in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1836. 11006, 0.3, 4, and 5. Minutes of the proceedings of the 56th, 57th and 58th conventions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1840, 1842. 12085, O. 8. Journal of the sixty-fourth convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1848. Gift of J. J. Barclay, Esq. 13202, O. Journal of 70th convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church % the diocese of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1854. Gift of Francis Wharton, Sq. 11305, O. Journals of the conventions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the diocese of New York (from 1785 to 1819). New York, 1844. Gift of the New York Episcopal Convention. 12947, 0.1, & 13166, 0. 6. A full report of the proceedings of the special convention of the diocese of New Jersey, March 17th, 1851. Philadelphia, 1852. 12947, 0.8. A report of the sayings and doings in the special convention of the diocese of New Jersey, ð...o. 1852. Newark, 1852. 12947, O. 4, & 13166, 0.7. Diocese of New Jersey. Journal of proceedings of an adjourned convention: 14th July, 1852. Philadelphia, 1852. 12947, 0.7. The record of the proceedings of the court of bishops assembled for the trial of the Rt. Rev. George W. Doane, D. D. New York, 1852. 13195, O. 20. A vindication of the four laymen, who requested the three bishops to present charges against Bishop Doane. Trenton, 1853. 12947, § 5. Reply of Bishops Meade, McIlvaine and Burgess, to the argument presented by the committee of the convention of the diocese of New Jersey, to the court of bishops in session at Burlington, for the trial of Bishop Doane. Philadelphia, 1852. 9569, O. 7. The decision of the bishops who united in the consecration of the Rev. Henry U. Onderdonk, D. D., on the reasons presented to them against the act. Philadelphia, 1827. 13166, O. 9. A review of Bishop Meade's counter statement of the case of Bishop H. U. Onderdonk. By a member of the church. Philadelphia, 1854.

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9508, O. 2. Journal of the 8th convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Kentucky. Lexington, 1836. 13128, O. Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society for the *: 1851 (being vol. 1); also vol. 2, &c., to the present time. New York, 1851, &c. 17370, O. Records of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, from 1706 to 1788. Philadelphia, 1841. Gift of the Presbyterian Board of Publiration. 9379, D. The constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, containing the confession of faith, the catechism and the directory for the o of God, and the government and discipline. Philadelphia. Gift of sanze. 12369, O. Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, from its organization, 1789, to 1820. Philadelphia. Gift of the Presbyterian Board of Publication. 12769, O. The home and foreign record of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; being the organ of the boards of missions, education and publication. Vol. 2, 1851. Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of Jos. P. Engles, Esq. 11006, 0.2. Minutes of the general synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Church; session 18th, met in Pittsburg, Oct. 1836, Albany, 1836. 12774, O. Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, from 1707 to 1807; being the first 100 years of its existence. Edited by A. D. Gillette. Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of the Baptist Publication Society. 23:43, D. 1. A summary of the history, doctrine, and discipline of Friends, written for the Meeting for Sufferings in London. 7th edition. London, 1799.

HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION.

Llorente, 10135, 0. Histoire critique de l'Inquisition d'Espagne, par D. Jean Antoine Llorente. 2 ed. 4 vol. Traduit de l'Espagnol par Alexis Pellier. A Paris, 1818.

LIVES OF SAINTS : MARTYROLOGIES.

Butler, 10412, D. The lives of the fathers, martyrs, and other principal saints; compiled from original monuments, and other authentic records; illustrated with the remarks of judicious modern critics and historians. By the Rev. Alban Butler. 12 vols. Dublin, 1845. Irenaeus, 10496, O. An account of the life and writings of St. Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons and martyr. By James Beaven, M. A. London, 1841. Lardner, 1364, O. A history of the Apostles and Evangelists, writers of the New Testament. By N. Lardner, D. D. (In vol. 2 of Watson's tracts.) Cambridge, 1785. Rees, 9484, O. An essay on Welsh saints. By Rev. R. Rees. London, 1836. Tayler, 13085, O. & 10493, D. Memorials of the English martyrs. By the Rev. C. B. Tayler, M. A. London and New York, 1853.

BIBLE, MISSIONARY, AND OTHER SOCIETIES: LIVES AND TRAVELS OF MISSIONARIES.

Abeel, 6669, D. The missionary convention at Jerusalem. By Rev. David
Abeel. New York, 1838.
Bailey, 13128, O. vol. 2. The frontier missionary: a memoir of Rev. Jacob
Bailey, A. M., missionary at Pownalborough, Maine, Cornwallis, and
Annapolis, N. S. With illustrations, notes, and an appendix. By
Wm. S. Bartlet, A. M. With a preface by Rt. Rev. George Burgess,
D. D. New York, 1853.
Bernau, S671, D. Missionary labors in British Guiana. By Rev. J. H.
Bernau. London, 1847.
Brainerd, 449, D. An abridgment of David Brainerd's Journal among the
Indians. Edited by P. Doddridge, D. D. London, 1748.
Burchell, 9098, D. Memoir of Thomas Burchell, a missionary to Jamaica.
By his brother. London, 1849.
Burton, 10364, O. The state of religion and education in New South Wales.
By William Westbrook Burton, Esq. London, 1840.
Campbell, 98.87, O. British India in its relation to the decline of Hindooism
and the progress of Christianity. By the Rev. Wm. Campbell, Mis-
sionary in India. London, 1839.
10512, O. The life, times, and missionary enterprises of the Rev.
John Campbell. By Robert Philip, London, 1841.
Carey, 9429, O. Memoir of William Carey, D. D., late missionary to Bengal.
By Eustace Carey. London, 1836.
Christmas, 9427. D. The emigrant churchman in Canada. By a pioneer.
Edited by Rev. H. Christmas. 2 vols. London, 1849.
Cox, 7.465, D. History of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1792–1842. By
the Rev. F. A. Cox, LL. D. 2 vols. London, 1842.
Dibble, 666.2, D. History and general views of the Sandwich Islands Mission.
By the Rev. Sheldon Dibble. New York, 1839.
Drelincourt, 91.96, D. Dialogues familiers contre les missionaires. Par
Charles Drelincourt. Paris, 1648.
Duncan, 00:31, D. 1. A narrative of the Wesleyan Mission to Jamaica. By
- Rev. P. Duncan. London, 1849.
Dwight, 9620, D. Christianity revived in the East; or a narrative of the work
of God among the Armenians of Turkey. By II. G. O. Dwight,
missionary. New York, 1850.
Eckard, 7866, D. . A personal narrative of a residence as a missionary in
Ceylon and Southern Hindostan, with statements respecting those
countries and the operations of missionaries there. By James Read
Eckard. Philadelphia, 1844.
Ellis, 11285, O. History of the London Missionary Society. By Wm. Ellis.
London, 1844.
Fox, 12623, (). A brief history of the Wesleyan Missions on the Western
Coast of Africa; including biographical sketches of all the mission-
aries who have died in that important field of labor. With some
account of the European settlements, and of the slave trade. With
a map and six engravings. By William Fox. London, 1851.
Goodell, 10484, D. The old and the new, or the changes of thirty years in
the East; with some allusions to Oriental customs as elucidating
Scripture. By Wm. Goodell, missionary. With an introduction by
the Rev. William Adams. New York, 1853.
Ilardy, 13030, O. 10. The British Government and the idolatry of Ceylon.
By R. Spence Hardy, Wesleyan missionary. London, 1841.

Harris, 7361, D. The great commission: or the Christian Church, constituted and charged to convey the Gospel to the world. By the Rev. John Harris, D. D., with an introductory essay by William Williams, D. D. Boston, 1842. IIuie, 7.379, D. History of Christian missions from the Reformation to the present time. By James A. Huie. Edinburgh, 1842. Ienlery, 7676, D. Journals of the Rev. Messrs. Isenberg and Krapf, missionaries of the Church Missionary Society in the kingdom of Shoa, Abyssinia, in 1839, 1840, 1841, and 1842. London, 1843. Joly, 11335, O. Histoire de la Compagnie de Jésus, composée sur les documents inédits et authentigues. Par J. Crétineau Joly. 4 tomes. * Paris, 1844. o Jones, 10007, D. The religious instruction of the negroes in the United States. By Charles C. Jones. Savannah, 1842. Gift of Joseph P. Engles, Esq. Judson, ići, D. The Kathayan slave, and other papers connected with missionary life. By Emily Judson. Boston, 1853. 10627, D. Memoir of the life and labors of the Rev. Adoniram Judson, D. D. By Francis Mayland. 2 vols. Portrait. Boston, 18.53. 10647, D. The lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson, and Mrs. Sarah B. Judson, with a biographical sketch of Mrs. Emily C. Judson, missionaries to Burmah. In three parts. By Arabella W. Stuart. (Mrs. Arabella M. Wilson.) Auburn, 1853. Kosson, 10886, D. The cross and the dragon; or the fortunes of Christianity in China; with notices of the Christian missions and missionaries, and some account of the Chinese secret societies. By John Kesson, of the British Museum. London, 1854. Michriar, 6751, D. Sketches of a missionary's travels in Egypt, Syria, Western Africa, &c. &c. By R. Maxwell Macbriar. London, 1839. Maccheyne, 7367, D. Narrative of a mission of inquiry to the Jews from the Church of Scotland, in 1839. By R. M. Maccheyne. Edinburgh, 1842. Missie, 9372, O. Continental India. Travelling sketches and historical recollections, illustrating the antiquity, religion, and manners of the Hindoos, the extent of British conquests, and the progress of missionary operations. By J. W. Massie, M. R. I. A. 2 vols. London, 1840. Modhurst, 9962, O. China; its state and prospects, with reference to the spread of the Gospel. By W. H. Medhurst. London, 1838. Morriman, 10928, D. The Kafir, the Hottentot, and the frontier farmer. Passages of missionary life, from the journals of the Venerable Archdeacon Merriman. London, 1854. Joffat, 10617, O. Missionary labors and scenes in Southern Africa. By . Robert Moffat. London, 1842. Noel, 7331, D. Christian missions to heathen nations. By Baptist W. Noel. London, 1842. Porkins, 10773 & 10810, O. A residence of eight years in Persia, among the Nestorian Christians, with notices of the Muhammedans. By Rev. Justin Perkins. With a map and plates. Andover, Mass., 1843. Pters, 11004, O. 10. A brief answer to an official reply of the Board of Missions of the General Assembly to six letters of the Rev. A. Peters. Also Mr. Peters' reply to the Rev. J. L. Wilson's four propositions. New York, 1831. Phillips, 10808, D. The book and its story; a narrative for the young. On occasion of the jubilee of the B. and F. Bible Society. By L. N.

R. : with an introductory preface. By Rev. T. Phillips. Philadel. phia, 1854.

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