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634 3 An attempt to shew the evidence of Christianity equal to a strict me.

taphysical demonstration. By Thomas Comber. 3d edit. York,

1748. 4 and 5 Three charges given by Hugh, lord archbishop of Armagh and

primate of Ireland, at visitations of the clergy, in 1730, 1735, and

1736. Dublin. 6 A letter from the lord primate to the clergy of the diocese of Armagh. 7 Directions to ministers and people, in order to a confirmation. Lond. 8 List of clergymen's widow's relieved by the charity of 1742. 9 A sermon preached at the quarterly meeting in London, in March,

1738-9. By William Berriman. 2d edit. London, 1739. 10 A sermon on the nature and extent of charity. By Thomas, lord

bishop of Salisbury. London, 1735. 11 A sermon on the necessity of positive duty, or actual goodness. By

William Lupton. London, 1718. 13 A sermon on the Christian sabbath. By Richard Parry. London,

1753. 14 A sermon in vindication of the literal account of the fall; occasioned

by the objections of the late Dr. Middleton. By Abraham Lemoine,

London, 1751. 15 Two charges by the bishop of London to the clergy of his diocese, at

his visitations, in the years 1693, 1724, and in the year 1730. Lond. 17 A letter from the bishop of London to the clergy of his diocese. Lon.

don, 1741. 18 A solemn form of adoration, humiliation and prayer for the general fast,

on the fourth of February, 1740. London, 1741. 19 Ordonnance et instruction pastorale de Monseigneur l'Archevêsque de

Paris. A Paris, 1731. 644 1 Disney's sermon, preached at the visitation of the archdeacon of Lin

coln, May 28, 1777. London, 1777. 838 | Papist mis-represented and represented; or a twofold character of po

pery. London, 1685. 2 Stilling fleet's representation of the doctrines and practices of the

church of Rome. 2d edit. London, 1686. Gift of Charles Crawford. 3 Reflections on Dr. Stillingflect's representation of the doctrines, &c.

of the church of Rome. 4 Sherlock's reply to reflections on Dr. Stillingfeet. London, 1686. 5 Papists protesting agaings protestant-popery, London, 1686. Gift

of Charles Crawford. 6 Remarks upon the reflections on Dr. Stillingfeet. London, 1686. 7 Answer to a discourse, entitled “ Papists protesting against protestant

popery." London, 1686. Gift of Charles Crawford. 8 Amicable accommodation of the differences between the representer

and answerer. Manuscript. 1686. 10 Reply to the answer of the amicable accommodation, &c. London,

1686. Manuscript. 11 View of the whole controversy between the representer and the an

London, 1687. Gifi of Charles Crawford. 1 Discourse of the real presence of the body and blood of Christ in the

celebration of the eucharist. 2d edit. London, 1687.

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839 2 Ridley's brief declaration of the Lord's supper.

3 Bridoul's school of the eucharist established. Translated from the

French. London, 1687. Gift of Charles Crawford. 4 Discourse of the eucharist, in the two great points of the real presence

and the adoration of the host. London, 1687, 5 Woodhead's discourse on the eucharist; with two appendixes, by

Francis Nicholson and Obadiah Walker. Oxford, 1688. Gift of

Charles Crawford. 840 1 Discourse concerning penance; shewing how the doctrine of it, in

the church of Rome, makes void repentance. London, 1688. Gift

of Charles Crawford. 2 Dr. Patrick's treatise, shewing that the Roman church falsely claims

to be that church, and the pillar of that truth mentioned by St. Paul.

London, 1688. 3 Sherlock’s discourse concerning the nature, unity and communion of

the catholic church. London, 1688. Gift of Charles Crawford. 4 Whitby's treatise in confutation of the Latin service practised in the

church of Rome. London, 1687. 5 Incurable scepticism of the church of Rome. London, 1688. Gif

of Charles Crawford. 6 Allix's discourse concerning the merit of good works. Lond. 1688. 7 Wharton's treatise of the celibacy of the clergy, wherein its rise and

progress are historically considered. London, 1688. 862 1 Edward King's remarks on the signs of the times London, 1798.

2 Edward King's supplement to his remarks on the signs of the times.

London, 1799. 922 2 Bishop Shute's charge to the clergy of the diocese of Durham, at the

ordinary visitation in July, 1801. London, 1802. 1011 3 Parr's sermon, preached on the late fast-day, October 19, 1803.

London, 1804. 1235 2 Nine discourses on the beatitudes. By the Rev. William Smith, D.D.

Dean of Chester. London, 1782. 1251 A collection of sermons, from 1681 to 1786. 1304 A collection of sermons, from 1697 to 1740. 1307 A collection of sermons, from 1666 to 1792. 1319 A collection of sermons, from 1690 to 1694. 1331 A collection of sermons, from 1660 to 1716. 1332

1 Impartial account of Mr. John Mason and his sentiments. By Н. »

Maurice. London, 1695 —P. 2 A short account of Mr. Thomas Firmin. London, 1698.-P. 3 The protestants plea for a socinian. London, 1686.-P. 4 True notion of passive obedience stated. London, 1690.-P. 5 W. Nichol's answer to an heretical book, called the naked gospel.

London, 1691.-P. 6 Richard Kidder's reflections on a French testament, printed at Bør

deaux London, 1690.-P. 7 Matthew Poole's moderate enquiry into the warrantableness of the

preaching of gifted and unordained persons. 1658.-P.

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471 and 924 i Observations on the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul.

By Gilbert West. London, 1763. London, 1748. 469

1 A vindication of the histories of the old and new testaments.
2 Hervey's remarks on Bolingbroke's letters on the study and use of

history, so far as they relate to the history of the old testament. Lon

don, 1752. 3 Whalley's vindication of the evidences and authenticity of the gospels,

from the objections of Lord Bolingbroke. London, 1753. 4 Leland's reflections on Bolingbroke's letters on the study and use of

history, so far as they relate to Christianity. London, 1753. 518 4 Heathcote on the use of reason in matters of religion. 2d edit.

London, 1756. 618 3 An analysis of the philosophical works of the late Lord Viscount Bo

lingbroke. London, 1755. 801 6 A discourse on forgiveness. London, 1741. 926 2 Tennept's sermon on the lawfulness of a defensive war. Philad. 1747.

3 Tennent's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1748.
4 Tennent's serinon before the sacramental solemnity. Philad. 1748.
5 The doctrine of Christianity, as held by the people called quakers, vin-

dicated, by John Smith ; in answer to “ Tennent's sermon on the

lawfulness of defensive war.". 2d edit. Philadelphia. 1748. 6 Defensive war defended. By Gilbert Tennent. In reply to a pam

phlet, entitled, “ The doctrine of Christianity, as held by the people

called quakers, vindicated.” Philadelphia, 1748. 951 5 Elliot and Mayhew's narrative of the progress of the gospel among

the Indians in New England. London, 1653. 1059 4. The uncertainty of a death-bead repentance illustrated. Germantown,

1760. Gift of Anihony Benezet. 1109 2 The evening service of Rand Kippur; or the beginning of the

year, and day of atonement. New York, 1761. Gift of John Mur.

gatroyd. 1137 2 The substance of an address to an assembiy in Bridgewater, March

10, 1779. By Isaac Backus. 3 Policy, as well as honesty, forbids the use of secular force in religious

affairs. By Isaac Backus. Boston, 1779. This and the fireceding

pamphlet the gift of the author.
4 Witherspoon's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1776.

5 A sermon preached by the bishop of St. A saph. Philadelphia, 1773. 1150 7 The difficulties and discouragements which attend the study of the

scriptures in the way of private judgment. By Mr. Hare. 6th

edit. London, 1715. 1282 1 Priestley's letters to Dr. Newcomc, on the duration of our Saviour's

ministry. Birmingham, 1780. 2 Priestley's letters to a philosophical unbeliever; containing an exa

mination of the principal objections of natural religion. Bath, 1780. 1319 2 Swan's sermon, for the benefit of the humane society, Lond. 1785.

Gifi of Doctor Thomas Parke.

1319 4 Duché's sermon, before the humane society; with an hymn sung on

the occasion. London, 1781. Gift of Doctor Thomas Purke. 1388 3 Whitaker's dissertation on the prophecies relating to the final restora

tion of the Jews. Canterbury, 1784. 1454 1 Priestley's letters to the Jews; inviting them to an amicable discussion

of the evidences of Christianity. Birmingham, 1786. 2 An essay on the gift of tongues, proving that it was not the gift of lan

guages. Bath, 1786. 1462 2 and 1467 5 A tractate on church music; being an extract from

Pierce's vindication of the dissenters. London, 1786. Gift of sa

muel Vaughan. 1464 2 Thomson's sermon, preached for the benefit of the humane society.

London, 1735. Gift of Doctor Thomas Parke. 3 Two sermons preached on a fast-day during the late war with France.

London, 1778. 1468 1 A letter to the Roman catholics of the city of Worcester, from the

late chaplain of that society Philadelphia, 1784. 2 An address to the Roman catholics of the United States of America.

By a catholic clergyman. Annapolis, 1784. 3 A reply to an address to the Roman catholics of the United States of

America, By the author of a letter to the Roman catholics of the city of Worcester. With observations on a pamphlet, entitled, “ An

essay on matter.” Philadelphia, 1785. 4 A sermon, delivered at the opening of the convention of the protestant

episcopal church. By Bishop William White. Philadelphia, 1786. 5 Considerations on an act of the legislature of Virginia, entitled, “An

act for the establishment of religious freedom.” Philad. 1786. 1469 1 Jenyn's view of the internal evidence of the Christian religion. 8th

edit. Philadelphia, 1780. 1478 and 1484 I Stillman's sermon, preached on the death of Samuel

Ward. Philadelphia, 1776. 2 Coome's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 3 Smith's sermon on the present situation of American affairs. Phila

delphia, 1775. 4 Duché's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 5 Duché's sermon on the duty of standing fast in our spiritual and tem

poral liberties. Philadelphia, 1775. 7 Carmichael's sermon on the lawfulness of a self-defensive war. Phila

delphia, 1775. 8 Jones's sermon on defensive war in a just cause. Philadelphia, 1775. 9 Foster's sermon on true fortitude. Philadelphia, 1776. 10 Batwell's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 11 Montgomery's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775.

12 Zubly's sermon on the law of liberty. Philadelphia, 1775. 1512 2 Hopkins' historical memoirs, relating to the Housatunnuk Indians ;

or an account of the methods used by John Sergeant for the propa

gation of the gospel among them. Boston, 1753. 1522 5 Mayhew's thanksgiving-discourse, preached on the repeal of the

stamp-act. 2d edit. Boston, 1766. 1558 1 Chandler's appeal to the public in behalf of the church of England in

America. New York, 1767.

1558 2 Chauncey's answer to “ Chandler's appeal to the public;" in behalf of

the non-episcopal churches in America. Boston, 1768. 3 Chandler's defence of his “ Appeal to the public.” New York, 1769. 4 Chandler's further defence of his “ Appeal to the public.” New

York, 1771. 1559 1 Chauncey's remarks on certain passages in the Bishop of Landaff's

sermon. Boston, 1767. 2 A letter to the Bishop of Landaff; occasioned by some passages in

his sermon, on the 20th of February, 1767. By William Living

ston. New York, 1761. 3 A vindication of the Bishop of Landaff's sermon. New York, 1768. 4 A letter concerning an American bishop, &c. 1768. 5 An address from the clergy of New York and New Jersey, to the

episcopalians in Virginia. New York, 1771. 8. Chandler's examination of the critical commentary on Secker's letter

to Mr. Walpole New York, 1774. 9 The case of the episcopal churches in the United States, considered.

Philadelphia, 1782. 10 A critical commentary on Secker's letter to Walpole, concerning bi

shops in America. Philadelphia, 1771,
1560 i Zubly's sermon on American affairs. Philadelphia, 1775.

2 Witherspoon's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1776.
3 Hurt's serinon on the love of our country. Philadelphia, 1777.
4 Evans's discourse to the officers and soldiers of the western army.

Philadelphia, 1779.
5 Tennent's sermon on the lawfulness of defensive war. 2d edit. Phi-

ladelphia, 1747. 6 Fish's thanksgiving discourse on the repeal of the stamp act. Provi

dence, 1767. 7 Stillman's artillery-election sermon. Boston, 1770. 8 Batwell's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 9 Smith's sermon on the present situation of American affairs. Phila

delphia, 1775.

10 Montgomery's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 1561 1 Carmichael's sermon on the lawfulness of self-defensive war. Phila

delphia, 1775. 2 Gordon's thanksgiving discourse. Boston, 1775. S Tennent's address on the late invasion of the liberties of the Ameri

can colonies by the British parliament. Philadelphia, 1774. 4. Duché's sermon on the duty of standing fast in our spiritual and tem

poral liberties. Philadelphia, 1775. 5 Duché's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 6 Combe's fast-day sermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 7 Jones's sermon on defensive war in a just cause. Philadelphia, 1775. 8 Gordon's sermon before the house of representatives. Watertown,

1775.
9 Stillman's sermon on the death of Samuel Ward, Esq. Philadel.

phia, 1776.
10 Foster's sermon on true fortitude. Philadelphia, 1776.
11 Griffith's sermon on passive obedience. Williamsburg, 1776.

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