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*"Agony of a Father at the Ill Conduct of his Son." The Baptist Tract Magazine. 1: 17. November, 1828.399-400.

The father in question was Andrew Fuller. "I am afraid," Fuller writes of his son, "he will go into the army, that sink of immorality."  Dan Parkman Morgan generously donated the Center's copy of this periodical.

--Myron C. Noonkester   

*Anderson, Christopher. The Christian Spirit Which is Essential to the Triumph of the Kingdom of God: A Discourse Delivered at the Annual General Meeting of the Baptist Missionary Society, in London, 23d June, 1824, and Published at their Request. By Christopher Anderson. London: B. J. Holdsworth, St. Paul's Church Yard; W. Whittemore, 62, T. Hamilton, 33 Paternoster Row; J. Offor, 44, Newgate Street;: Waugh and Innes; W. Oliphant; H. S. Baynes; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh: Chalmers and Collins, Glasgow, 1824.

[Anonymous]. An Account of the Life, Ministry, and Writings of the Late Rev. John Fawcett, D. D. Who was Minister of the Gospel Fifty-Four Years, First at Wainsgate, and Afterwards at Hebdenbridge, in the Parish of Halifax; Comprehending Many Particulars Relative to the Revival and Progress of Religion in Yorkshire and Lancashire; and Illustrated by Copious Extracts from the Diary of the Deceased, from his Extensive Correspondence, and Other Documents. London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradok, and Joy, Paternoster Row; and P. K. Holden, Halifax, 1818.

*Appleton, Nathaniel. Gospel Ministers Must be Fit for the Master's Use, and Prepared to Every Good Work, if They Would be Vessels unto Honour : Illustrated in a Sermon Preached at Deerfield, August 31, 1735. At the ordination of Mr. John Sargent, to the Evangelical Ministry, with a Special Reference to the Indians of Houssatonnoc, who Have Lately Manifested their Desires to Receive the Gospel. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. Boston printed: Edinburgh re-printed, and sold by Messrs: Davidson and Trail at their shop in the Parliament-Close, MDCCXXXVI. [1736].

The Center's copy was owned John Ryland, Junior on September 1, 1786.

--Myron C. Noonkester

Barrett, Joseph. The Duty of Britons to Promote by Safe, Gradual and Efficacious Means, the Progress of Christianity and Civilisation In India. A Sermon Preached at the Meeting House, Carter Lane, on Sunday teh 4th of April, 1813. London: Printed for J. Johnson and Co., 1813.

Beeby, W. T. The Anabaptists of the 16th century, and the Baptists of the 19th Century Containing a Chronological Account of the Origin, Principles, and Practice of the Latter; and Shewing that the First British Christians for Five Hundred Years were Baptists; that Infant Baptism Originated at the Same Time as Many Other Corruptions in the Romish Church; that Immersion was the Mode of Baptism Immediately and for More Than 1300 Years Subsequent to the Apostles' Time, and Always has been, and is still, the Prescribed Manner of Administering the Oridinance in the Protestant Established Church of England. London: G. Wightman, 1837.

*Beecher, Lyman. The Bible a Code of Laws; A Sermon Delivered in Park Street Church in Boston, Sept. 3, 1817, at the Ordination of Mr. Sereno Edwards Dwight, as Pastor of that Church; and of Messrs. Elisha P. Swift, ALlen Graves, John Nichols, Levi Parsons & Daniel Buttrick, as Missionaries to the Heathen. By Lyman Beecher, A. M. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Litchfield, Conn. Andover: Printed by Flagg and Gould, 1818.

*"Biographical Sketch. The Late Rev. Thomas Robinson, M. A., Vicar of St. Mary's, Leicester. By the Editor." Scottish Christian Herald Second Series 1: 1839. pp. 510-512.

*"Biographical Sketch.  The Rev. David Bogue, D. D. Part I. By the Editor." Scottish Christian Herald Second Series 1: 1839. pp. 722-725.

*"Biographical Sketch.  The Rev. David Bogue, D. D. Part II. By the Editor." Scottish Christian Herald Second Series 1: 1839. pp. 748-752.

*Bogue, David.  Objections against a Mission to the Heathen, Stated and Considered.  A Sermon, Preached at Tottenham Court Road Chapel, Before the Founders of the Missionary Society, 24 Sep. 1795. The First American Edition. Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, for the "Society of inquiry on the subject of missions," in Divinity College, Andover. 1811.

__________. The Voice of God in the Churches.  A Sermon on the Death of the Rev. George Cran, Augustus Desgranges, and Jonathan Brain, Missionaries in India from the Missionary Society, Preached at Gosport, March 17, 1811. Ramsey:   , 1811.

*Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonie of the Church, According to the Use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America Together with the Psalter and the Psalms of David. New York: Printed for Campbell & Mitchell, No. 124 Pearl-Street, 1808.

The Center's copy is inscribed on flyleaf "John P. Lathrop[,] Decr 25, 1816[.] Ship Palladium" and on page facing title, "John P. Lathrop, River Hoogly, a board Ship Palladium of Salem lying off Fort William[,] July 4, 1817."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Booth, Abraham. An Essay on the Kingdom of Christ. By Abraham Booth. New York: Printed and Sold by W. Durell, at his Book-Store and Printing-Office, No. 19, Queen-Street, 1791.

The Center's copy is inscribed "The Gift of the Rev. William Vanhorn to the Morris County Library."

--Myron C. Noonkester 

*__________. Reign of Grace from its Rise to its Confirmation. Third American Edition. Hartford: Published by James Hadlock, 1814.

*_________.  The Works of Abraham Booth.  Volume One, Confession of Faith & Sermons.  Edited by Michael A. G. Haykin with Alison E. Haykin.  Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2006.

Bardley, Ian, "The Politics of Godliness: Evangelicals in Parliament, 1784-1832." D.Phil. thesis, Oxford University. 1974.

*Borrows, W. A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of St. Saviour, Southwark. September 12, 1826.  At the Visitation of the Hon. and Rev. T. De Grey, M. A. Archdeacon of Surrey. By the Rev. W. Borrows, M. A. Minister of St. Paul's Chapel, Clapham, and Sunday Evening Lecturer of St. Luke's Middlesex. London: Published by L. B. Seeley and Son,  Fleet Street, 1826.

*Boston, Thomas. A View of the Covenant of Works from the Sacred Records. Wherein The Parties in that Covenant; the Reality of It; Its Parts, Conditionary, Promissory, Minatory; Our Father Adam's Breaking of It; the Imputation of that Breach to his Posterity; and the State of Man Under that Broken Covenant, and Under the Curse thereof as Distinctly Considered. By the Late Thomas Boston, Minister of the Gospel at Ettrick. Edinburgh: Printed by George Caw, for William Coke, Bookseller, Leith, 1798.  

*Carey, Mrs. Eustace [Esther]. Eustace Carey: Missionary in India. A Memoir by Mrs. Eustace Carey. London: Pewtress & Co., 4 Ave Maria Lane; J. Heaton & Son, 21, Warwick Lane, 1857.

*Carey, S. Pearce.  Samuel Pearce, M.A., The Baptist Brainerd.  London: The Carey Press, n.d.

*Chalmers, Thomas.  A Series of Discourses on The Christian Revelation, Viewed in Connection with the Modern Astronomy.  New York: American Tract Society, 1850.

Chalmers, 1780-1847, was a Presbyterian minister in Fife, Scotland, and later in Tron parish, Glasgow, where he wrote A Series of Discourses on The Christian Revelation.  In 1819, he became minister in St. John's parish, Glasgow.  At St. John's, he concerned himself with relieving the poverty of Glasgow.  In 1823, he became chair of moral philosophy at the University of St. Andrews, and in 1828, he became professor of divinity at the University of Edinburgh.  In the mid 1840s, Chalmers was a leader in the Free Church of Scotland.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Clarke, W. Augustus. An Abridgement of the Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Mr Thomas Hog. Minister of the Gospel at Kiltearn, in Ross. Containing, Some Wonderful and Glorious Displays of the Dvine Condescension to him, and Others by him. To which is Annexed, An Abstract of Mr. Hog's Manner of Dealing with Souls under their First Awakenings. By W. Augustus Clarke. This Account is Truly Worthy of the Perusal of Every Gospel Minister, and Every True Follower of the Lamb. London: Printed and Sold by W. Oliver, No. 12, in Bartholomew Close; and G. Keith, in Gracechurch-Street, 1779.

The Center's copy is found in a volume of rare Baptist works, mostly from the 1780's.

--Myron C. Noonkester

Clipsham, E. F., "Andrew Fuller and Fullerism: A Study in Evangelical Calvinism," Baptist Quarterly 20 (1963-4): 110-113.

*Collins, The Rev. Canon R. The Parish Church of SS. Peter & Paul Olney. [Olney], n. d.

*"Copy of Letter from the Church at Clipston, On Joining the Northamptonshire association of Baptist Churches, 1789" in [John Taylor]. Antiquarian Memoranda and Biographies. Northamptonshire. Facsimile Illustrations and Portraits. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor & Son, 1901. no. XXVII, pp. 7-8

 Cowper, William. Olney Hymns  1779.

_____________. Anti-Thelyphthora; A Tale in Verse. 1781.

_____________. Poems. 2 vols. 1782.

*Culross, James.  The Three Rylands: A Hundred Years of Various Christian Service.  With an introduction by W. Ryland Dent Adkins.  London: Elliot Stock, 1897 [electronic edition].

*Davis, J. Memoir and Sermons of the Rev. Christmas Evans of Wales [2 volumes in 1, consecutively paginated]. Mount Pleasant, Pa.: J. Davis and S. Siegfried, 1840.

Christmas Evans was a Baptist evangelist in Wales. This volume notes (p. 152) that Evans embarked on his mission to Wales "some time before Thomas and Carey went to India." In a sermon entitled "The Reciprocal Glory of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in the Salvation of Sinners," Evans insisted that Bible translation and the sending of missionaries to India would be ineffectual without the aid of the Holy Spirit.  He quoted William Ward, the Serampore printer, as exclaiming at Bristol that "we need the help of your money; but we need more the help of your prayers, that God would crown our feeble efforts with his blessings, in the salvation of the heathen (p. 490)." In "On the Excellency of God's Thoughts and Ways," Evans remarks that when the "celebrated Thomas and Carey" arrived among "the worshippers of Juggernaut and Ganges," it would have seemed unlikely that "caste would ever be broken" or that "the heathen" would convert (p. 664). 

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Dealtry, William. The Character and Happiness of Them That Die in the Lord.  A Sermon Preached October 19, 1822, in Park Chapel, Chelsea, on Occasion of hte Death of the Late Rev. John Owen, M. A. Minister of Park Chapel, and One of the Secretaries of the British and Foreign Bible Society. By William Dealtry, B. D. F. R. S. Rector of Clapham, Surrey, and of Watton, Herts.; and Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Published by Request. London: Printed for J. Hatchard and Son, 187 Piccadilly, 1822.

The Center's copy is inscribed "From the author."

-Myron C. Noonkester

*____________. The Character and Happiness of Them That Die in the Lord.  A Sermon Preached October 19, 1822, in Park Chapel, Chelsea, on Occasion of hte Death of the Late Rev. John Owen, M. A. Minister of Park Chapel, and One of the Secretaries of the British and Foreign Bible Society. By William Dealtry, B. D. F. R. S. Rector of Clapham, Surrey, and of Watton, Herts.; and Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Published by Request. Second Edition. London: Printed for J. Hatchard and Son, 187 Piccadilly, 1822.

The Center's copy is inscribed by the author to the Bishop of Limerick.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*_____________. The Duty and Obligation of the Christian Preacher. A Sermon Preached to the Parish Church of Hatfield, Herts, at the Visitation of the Archdeacon of Huntingdon, May 5, 1823; and Published by the Request of the Archdeacon and Clergy. BY William Dealtry, B. D., F. R. S. REctor of Watton, Herts; and of Clapham, Surrey; and Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. London; Sold by J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly; and Baldwin Cradock, and Joy, 47 Paternoster Row, 1823.

*_____________. Suffering the Sure Consequence of Sin. An Assize Sermon, Preached at Bedford, July 30, 1824. By the Rev. William Dealtry, B. D. F. R. S. Rector of Clapham, Surry [sic], and of Watton, Herts.; Chaplain to Sir Robert Harry Inglis, Bart. M. P. The High Sheriff. Published by Desire of the Judges. London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson and Co. 90 Cheapside and 8 Pall Mall, 1824.

*_____________. A Sermon Preached at Clapham on Sunday, March 27th, 1825, in Aid of the Sufferers by Inundations in Hanover and Its Vicinity. By the Rev. William Dealtry, B. D. & F. R. S. Rector of Clapham. Printed, at the Particular Request of the Committee, for the Benefit of the Sufferers. Price One Shilling. London: Printed and Published by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street; Sold also by Seeley & Son, Fleet Street; Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; and Nisbet, Berner's Street, 1825.

*_____________. Sermons, Chiefly Practical, Preached in the Parish Church of Clapham, Surrey. London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Picadilly. and H. N. Batten, Clapham, 1827.

*____________. Religious Establishments Tried by the Word of God: A Sermon Preached in St. John's Chapel, Bedford Row, on Wednesday, MAy 1, 1833, Before the Prayer-Book and Homily Society. By William Dealtry, D. D. F. R. S., Chancellor of the Diocese of Wincehster. London: Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, Gough Square; and Sold by C. & J. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-yard and Waterloo Place; J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; and L. B. Seeley and Sons, Fleet Street, 1833.

The Center's copy is inscribed by the author to the Bishop of Limerick.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Dodge, Nehemiah. A Description of Gospel Ministers, and their Internal Call. Together with the Duty of Churches Towards Such Ministers. Presented to the Public by their Humble Servant [,] Nehemiah Dodge. Paster of the Baptist Church in Lebanon, Conn. Exeter: Printed for Josiah Richardson preacher of the Gospel, 1819.

*Doggett, J. C.  "Joseph Ivimey (1773-1834)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume III, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2003. pp. 112-31.

*Editor of Calmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible. Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism, in a Second Letter to a Deacon of a Baptist Church. London: Printed for C. Taylor, 108 Hatton Garden by Hatfield and Twigg, 20 Great New Street, Gough Square, 1815.

The Center's copy is bound with the 1815 volume of the Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle.

--Myron C. Noonkester

Fawcett, John. Considerations Relative to the Sending of Missionaries to Propagate the Gospel among the Heathens. Leeds: , 1793.

*Fawcett, John. Advice to Youth; or the Advantages of Early Piety; Designed for the Benefit of Sunday Scholars, as well as Apprentices, Servants, and Youth in General. By John Fawcett, D. D. Halifax: Nicholson & Wilson, Printers, Northgate, 1836.

[Fawcett, John, Jr.] An Account of the Life, Ministry and Writings of the Late Rev. John Fawcett, D.D.: Who was Minister of the Gospel Fifty-four Years, First at Wainsgate, and Afterwards at Hebdenbridge, in the Parish of Halifax: Comprehending Many Particulars Relative to the Revival and Progress of Religion in Yorkshire and Lancashire: and Illustrated by Copious Extracts from the Diary of the Deceased, from his Extensive Correspondence and Other Documents. London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row, and P. K. Holden, Halifax, 1818.

Finch, R. P. A Charge Delivered at a Meeting of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, on Tuesday, March 3, 1789 to the Rev. A. T. Clarke, Appointed, and then Going, Missionary to the East Indies... with the Rev. Mr. Clarke's Reply. London:   , 1789. 

*Foster, John.  A Discourse the Substance of Which Was Delivered at the Annual General Meeting of the Baptist Missionary Society, in Bristol, September, 1818.  London: Printed for Josiah Conder, St. Paul's Church Yard, 1819.
 
This missiological discourse (i.e. essay) of 132 pages concerns a host of varied topics under the same title.  Foster reviews Indian culture, the interplay of the Christian west and India, the translation of the Bible in India, and offers a passionate rationale for the christianization of India, which includes an urgent call for continued support of the missionary effort there despite arguments against the effort.  In support of continued missionary outreach, Foster opposes "religious fatalism, a term we have employed to signify a false application, in reasoning and feeling, of the doctrine which acknowledges God's sovereign and unalterable predestination of events" (p. 95; cf. pp. 67, 79, 81-95). 
 
In regard to Indian culture, he says the "Mission to India, which we cannot hesitate to represent as one of the most rational and efficient enterprises of the enlarging christian ambition to make war on the greatest and most inveterate evils of the moral world" (p. 24).  Casting the missionary outreach in militarisitc metaphor with terms such as "empire," "holy war," "the war," and "warfare" without force (pp. 117, 120, 129, 130-132), Foster expresses the hope that one day India will be Christian through the efforts of Christian missionaries. 
 
Foster gives a brief review of the positive effect of the Serampore mission and expresses concern for the inevitable decline (i.e. death) of the missionaries there.  He says, "While we pay the tribute of our admiration and gratitude to the devotedness, the disinteredness, and the astonishing performances, of the fraternity at Serampore, we cannot help being reminded that the chief of these labourers are considerably advancing in life, and the leader of the whole band verging fast, in point of years, to the decline.  We will not dwell on the irreparable loss which the cause sustained by them with so noble an energy is one day to suffer" (p. 120, emphasis mine).  Though the death of William Ward occurred in 1823, William Carey in 1834, and Joshua Marshman in 1837, Foster--here in 1818--appeals to the missionaries' potential decline as an encouragement to his audience for their financial support of the Indian mission.
 
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*___________. An Essay on the Evils of Popular Ignorance: and a Discourse on the Communication of Christianity to the Peoples of Hindostan. 2nd ed., London: B. J. Holdsworth, 1821. 

Foster, John. Lectures Delivered at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol. London: H. G. Bohn, 1853.

*Foster, John. Lectures Delivered at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol. Second ed.  London: Jackson and Walford, 1849.

Fuller, Andrew. The Gospel Worthy of all Acceptation.  , 1785.

*____________. The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation: or, The Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ. Second Edition, With Corrections and Additions. To Which is Added, An Appendix, On the Question, Whether the Existence of any Holy Disposition of Heart be Necessary  in Order to Believing in Christ. By A. Fuller. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris. Sold by Button, Gardiner, Ogle, and Williams, London: and Ogle, Edinburgh, 1801.

*____________. The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation: or, The Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ. With Corrections and Additions. To Which is Added, An Appendix, On the Question, Whether the Existence of any Holy Disposition of Heart be Necessary  in Order to Believing in Christ. By A. Fuller. Otsego: Printed by H. and E. Phinney, Jun. and Sold by them at their Bookstore, 1809.

_____________. The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation: or, The Obligation that All Men are Under to God. New Edition with Life of the Author. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada: James Haszard, 1833.

*Fuller, Andrew and John Ryland. The Qualifications and Encouragement of a Faithful Minister, Illustrated by the Character and Success of Barnabas. And, Paul's Charge to the Corinthians Respecting Their Treatment of Timothy, Applied to the Conduct of Churches Toward Their Pastors. Being the Substance of Two Discourses, Delivered at the Settlement of The Rev. Mr. Robert Fawkner, in the Pastoral Office, Over the Baptist Church at Thorn, in Bedfordshire, October 31, 1787. The Fromer by Andrew Fuller. The Latter by John Ryland, jun. London: Published at the Request of the Church. Sold by John Buckland [1787].

Fuller, Andrew. A Defence of a Treatise, Entitled, The Gospel of Christ Worthy of All Acceptation Containing a Reply to Mr. Button's remarks, and the Observations of Philanthropos. By Andrew Fuller. Northampton : printed by T. Dicey & Co. and sold by Buckland, Matthews, Socket, and Ash, in London; and Smith, Sheffield, 1787.

*____________. A Defence of a Treatise, Entitled, The Gospel of Christ Worthy of All Acceptation Containing a Reply to Mr. Button's remarks, and the Observations of Philanthropos. By Andrew Fuller. To Which is Added, an Address to Candidates for the Ministry. [Selected from Smith's Lectures on the Nature and End of the Sacred Office.] Philadelphia: Printed for, and Published by William W. Woodward, Corner of Second and Chestnut Streets, 1810.

The Center's copy is inscribed with the name of Daniel Sharp (1783-1853), who was pastor of the Charles Street Baptist Church in Boston from 1812 to 1853.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*___________. The Blessedness of the Dead, Who Die in the Lord. A Sermon delivered at Kettering in Northamptonshire, at the Funeral of Mr. Beeby Wallis, Who Departed This Life April 2d, 1792. Published at the request of the Church, and the Relations of the Deceased. London: Sold by Dilly, in the Poultry; Matthews, Strand; Ash, Little Tower-Street; and Gardiner, Prince's-Street, Oxford-Street. Kettering: Collis. Northampton: Birdsall, 1792.

The Center owns two copies of this sermon, one of which is bound with the Missionary Magazine for 1796.

--Myron C.  Noonkester

*___________. A Sermon on the Importance of a Deep and Intimate Knowledge of Divine Truth: Delivered at an Association of Baptist Ministers and Churches, at St. Alban's Hertfordshire, June 1, 1796. Published at the Request of Those Who Heard It. New York: Printed by Shepard Kollock, Elizabeth-town, New Jersey for Cornelius Davis, Water Street, [1797?].

Fuller mentions the "scarcity" of "able and evangelical ministers" (p. 6), defines universalism as refusal to accept the dotrine of eternal punishment (p. 10) and employs the extended version of 1 John 5: 7 (p. 11).

--Myron C. Noonkester

*___________. The Christian Doctrine of Rewards. A Sermon Delivered at the Circus, Edinburgh, Lord's Day Evening, Oct. 13, 1799. By Andrew Fuller. Published by Request. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris; Sold by J. Ogle and J. Guthrie; J. and A. Duuncan [sic], M. Ogle and R. Niven, Glasgow; Button, Gardiner, Ogle, and Williams, London. and Brightly, Bungay, [1799].

On p. 7 of the sermon Fuller refers to a "collection this evening for the printing of the New Testament in the Bengallee language."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*___________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris, 1799.

*___________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism. By Andrew Fuller, D. D. New York: Printed by Isaac Collins, no. 189, Pearl Street. For Cornelius Davis, no. 167, Water-Street, 1801.

*___________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism. By Andrew Fuller, D. D. New Haven: Printed by William W. Morse, 1801.

The Center's copy was owned by Daniel Robinson, who identifies the epigraph to Fuller's volume, stating "This is probably a quotation from the Earl of Rochester's funeral sermon, preached by Mr. Parsons."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*___________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism. By Andrew Fuller, D. D. Boston: Printed by and for Manning and Loring, No. 2 Cornhill, July, 1803.

*___________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism. In The Works of Andrew Fuller in Eight Volumes.  Vol. III.  New Haven: S. Converse, 1824 [electronic edition].

*____________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism: By the Rev. Andrew Fuller. With a Life of the Author. By the Rev. Thomas Nelson, M. W. S. Author of a Memoir of the Late Rev. W. Ritchie. D. D. &c. &c. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Peter Brown, 1830.

*____________. The Gospel its Own Witness: or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion Contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism: By the Rev. Andrew Fuller. With a Life of the Author. By the Rev. Thomas Nelson, M. W. S. Author of a Memoir of the Late Rev. W. Ritchie. D. D. &c. &c. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Peter Brown, 1843.

*____________. The Nature and Importance of Walking by Faith. By Andrew Fuller, Minister of the Gospel, Kettering.  The Third Edition. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ritchie. For the Society for Publishing Religious Tracts, 1800.

*____________. Memoirs of the Late Rev. Samuel Pearce, A. M. Minister of the Gospel in Birmingham, With Extracts from Some of His Most Interesting Letters. Compiled by Andrew Fuller, D. D. Author of "Teh Calvinistic and Socinian Systems Compared, as to their Moral Tendency" and "The Gospel its Own Witness." Boston: Printed by and for Manning & Loring, No. 2, Cornhill, August, 1801.

The Center's copy of this volume contains the markup for the Fifth American Edition published by Lincoln and Edmands of Boston.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*____________. Memoirs of the Late Rev. Samuel Pearce, A. M. With Extracts from Some of His Most Interesting Letters. Compiled by Andrew Fuller, D. D. To Which are Added An Oration, Delivered at the Grave by the Rev. J. Brewer. A Funeral Sermon on his Death by J. Ryland, D. D. An Elegy by Benjamin Francis, A. M. Together with The Memoirs of Mrs. Pearce, and Extracts from Letters. The Third American Edition. Philadelphia: Published by John Hellings. Dickinson, Printer-Whitehall, 1809. 

*____________.  Memoir of Rev. Samuel Pearce, A.M. Who Was United with Carey and Others in Establishing Missions in India, 1793.  With Additions from His Correspondence with Dr. Carey, &c. By His Son, Rev. W. H. Pearce, Missionary at Calcutta.  New York: American Tract Society, n.d. [1830s] [2 copies].

*_____________. The Backslider: or, an Enquiry into the Nature, Symptoms, and Effects of Religious Declension, with the Means of Recovery. By A. Fuller. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris.  Sold by Button & Son, Gardiner, Ogle, and Williams, London; and Ogle, Edinburgh, 1801. 

*_____________. The Backslider: or, an Enquiry into the Nature, Symptoms, and Effects of Religious Declension, with the Means of Recovery. By A. Fuller. New Haven: Printed by Joseph Barber, 1812.

The Center's copy of this edition is bound with John Newton, The Christian Character Exemplified, From the Papers of Margaret Magdalen Althens, late Wife of Frederick Charles Althens, of Goodman's Fields.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*_____________. The Backslider. With an Introduction by the Rev. John Angell James. New York: American Tract Society, n. d..

*_____________. Expository Discourses on the Book of Genesis, Interspersed with Practical Reflections. By Andrew Fuller. Vol. I. Dunstable: Printed by J. W. Morris, Dunstable, For J. Burditt, 60, Paternoster-Row, London; Sold also by W. Button, 24, Paternoster-Row; Williams and Smith, Stationers Court; and T. Gardiner, Princes Street, 1806.

*____________.  Dialogues, Letters, and Essays, on Various Subjects.  To Which is Annexed An Essay on Truth: Containing An Inquiry into its Nature and Importance; with the Causes of Error, and the Reasons of Its Being Permitted.  Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke, 1810.

*_____________. Dialogues, Letters, and Essays, on Various Subjects.  To Which is Annexed An Essay on Truth: Containing An Inquiry into its Nature and Importance; with the Causes of Error, and the Reasons of Its Being Permitted.  Middlebury, V[ermon]t.: Published by Samuel Swift. Printed by T. C. Strong, 1811.

*_____________. The Calvinistic and Socinian Systems Compared as to their Moral Tendency: In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Friends of Vital and Practical Religion. The First American; from the Second London, Edition. With Corrections and Additions. By Andrew Fuller. Philadelphia: Printed by Lang and Ustice, for C. Davis, Fly-Market, New-York; and T. Ustice, no. 79, North Third-Street, Philadelphia, 1796.

The Center's copy was provided as a gift by Audrey Morgan and Constantine Charoglu in honor of the sixtieth wedding anniversary of J. Ralph and Naomi Noonkester.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*_____________. The Calvinistic and Socinian Systems Compared as to their Moral Tendency: In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Friends of Vital and Practical Religion. Sixth Edition. To Which is Added a Postscript Establishing the Principle of the Work Against the Exceptions of Dr. Toulmin, Mr. Belsham, etc. By Andrew Fuller. London: Printed for T. Gardiner, Princes Street, Cavendish Square; T. Hamilton, 37 Paternoster Row, and R. Ogle, 295 Holborn; J. Ogle, Parliament Square, Edinburgh; and M. Ogle, Wilson Street, Glasgow, 1810.

*_____________. The Calvinistic and Socinian Systems Compared as to their Moral Tendency: In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Friends of Vital and Practical Religion. From a New and Correct London Edition. To Which is Added a Postscript Establishing the Principle of the Work Against the Exceptions of Dr. Toulmin, Mr. Belsham, etc. Boston: Printed and Published by Lincoln and Edmands, 1815. 

*_____________. The Calvinistic and Socinian Systems Compared as to their Moral Tendency: In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Friends of Vital and Practical Religion. From a New and Correct London Edition. To Which is Added a Postscript Establishing the Principle of the Work Against the Exceptions of Dr. Toulmin, Mr. Belsham, etc. s. n.: s. n.

This volume appears to have come from an American multi-volume publication of the works of Andrew Fuller of which one version was published in Philadelphia by W. Collier from 1820-1825. Another, apparently, was published by Converse in New Haven, Connecticut in 1824.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*_____________. Christian Patriotism: or, The Duty of Religious People Towards Their Country. A Discourse Delivered at the Baptist Meeting-House in Kettering, on Lord's-Day Evening, Aug. 14, 1803. By Andrew Fuller. Printed and Sold by J. W. Morris, Dunstable: Sold also by Button and Son, Paternoster-Row; Williams, Stationers' Court; Gardiner, Princes Street, London; and Ogle and Aikman, Edinburgh, 1803.

*_____________. "Preface" to John Satchell, Thornton Abbey: or, the Persecuted Daughter; Moral, Interesting and Religious; in a Series of Letters, for the Improvement of the Rising Generation. Written by Mr. John Satchell, of Kettering; with a Recommendatory Preface By the Late Rev. Andrew Fuller. In Two Volumes. Portsea: Printed for G. A. Stephens, No. 24, Union Road, n.d.

*_____________. An Inquiry into the Nature, Symptoms, and Effects of Religious Declension, with the Means of Recovery. By Andrew Fuller. Manchester: Printed for the Editor. Sold by J. Nisbet, Harvey and Darton, Wm. Darton, London; John Bradshaw, Manchester; Wm. Alexander, York; C. Bentham and Co., Liverpool; D. F. Gardiner, Dublin, 1829.

_______________. Open Communion Unscriptural : A Letter from the Late Rev. A. Fuller, of Kettering, (dated Sept. 21, 1800,) to the Rev. W. Ward, missionary at Serampore. London : Printed by J. Messeder, 1824.

*______________. No. 85. Future Punishment Endless! Proved by Reasons Drawn from the Bible. By Andrew Fuller. Philadelphia: Published by the American Baptist Publication and S[unday]. S[chool]. Society, No. 21 South Fourth Street, 1842.

*______________. No. 134. Reasons from the Bible for Believing that the Future Punishment of the Wicked Will be Endless. By Rev. Andrew Fuller. New York: Published by the American Tract Society, and Sold at their Depository, Nassau-Street, Opposite the City-Hall, New York; and by Agents of the Society, Its Branches and Auxiliaries in the Principal Cities and Towns of the United States, n. d.

*_____________. An Inquiry into the Nature, Symptoms, and Effects of Religious Declension, with the Means of Recovery: By Andrew Fuller. Together with Thoughts on Christian Retirement. By Frederick Myers. Philadelphia: Published by the Association of Friends for the Diffusion of Religious and Useful Knowledge, 109 North Tenth Street, 1859.

*Fuller, Andrew G. The Complete Works of Revd. Andrew Fuller, with a Memoir of his Life. London: William Ball and Co., 1841.

*______________. The Complete Works of Revd. Andrew Fuller, with a Memoir of his Life. Revised with additions by Joseph Belcher, D. D. 3 volumes. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1845.

*_______________. The Principal Works and Remains of the Rev. Andrew Fuller; with a new Memoir by his Son, the Rev. A. G. Fuller. New ed., London: Bell and Daldy, 1864.

*_______________.  "Three Conversations on Imputation, Substitution, and Particular Redemption" and "The Consistency of the Christian Doctrine, Particularly that of Salvation Through a Mediator, with Sober Reason."  In Sermons, Essays, and Extracts from Various Authors; Selected with Special Respect to the Great Doctrine of Atonement.  New York: George Forman, 1811.  Pp. 251-290; pp. 291-313, [electronic edition].

*_______________.  In Sermons, Essays, and Extracts from Various Authors; Selected with Special Respect to the Great Doctrine of Atonement.  New York: George Forman, 1811.  Pp. 251-290, [electronic edition].

*_______________.  Andrew Fuller. By His Son Andrew Gunton Fuller. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 27, Paternoster Row, 1882.

Fuller, Thomas E. A Memoir of the Life and Writings of Andrew Fuller. London: Heaton, 1863.

*Ghosh, P. R. "Macaulay and the Heritage of the Enlightenment," English Historical Review 112 (1997) : 358-395 .

Ghosh notes (p. 371) that Macaulay admired Robert Hall, a connection through Mackintosh. Hall's sermons were "an adjunct to Demosthenes."  Ghosh cites G. O. Trevelyan's life of Macaulay, 1:110; Macaulay's Letters, 1:23; 6:68; and his Works, 10: 415 (Bunyan).

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Gill, John. Infant-Baptism, A Part and Pillar of Popery: Being a Vindication of a Paragraph in a Preface to a Reply to Mr. Clarkes's Defence of Infant-Baptism. Fourth Edition. Exeter: Printed for Josiah Richardson, the Lord's Messenger to the People, 1819.

*_________. An Exposition of the New Testament: In Which the Sense of the Sacred Text is Taken; Doctrinal and Practical Truths Are Set in a Plain and Easy Light; Difficult Passages Explained; Seeming Contradictions Reconciled; and Whatever is Material in the Various Readings and Several Oriental Versions is Observed, the Whole Illustrated With Notes, Taken From the Most Ancient Jewish Writings. 2 Vols. London: Collinridge, 1852. 

*_________. An Exposition of the Old Testament; in Which Are Recoded the Origin of Mankind, of the Several Nations of the World, and of the Jewish Nation in Particular; the Lives of the Patriarchs of Israel: the Journey of that People From Egypt to the Land of Canaan, and Their Settlement in that Land: Their Laws, Moral, Ceremonial, and Judicial: Their Government and State Under Judges and Kings: Their Several Captivities; and Their Sacred Books of Devotion: in the Exposition of Which it is Attempted to Give an Account of Their Several Books and The Writers of Them; a Summary of Each Chapter and the Genuine Sense of Each Verse; and, throughout the Whole, the Original Text, and The Versions of it, Are Inspected and Compared; Interpretation of the Best Note, Both Jewish and Christian, Consulted; Difficult Places at Large Explained; Seeming Contradictions Reconciled; and Various Passages Illustrated and Confirmed, by Testimonies of Writers as Well as Gentile and Jewish. 4 Vols. London: Collinridge, 1852.

*Gill  *Gordon, Grant. "John Ryland, Jr. (1753-1825)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume II, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2000. pp. 77-95.

*Grant, Charles. A Poem on the Restoration of Learning in the East; Which Obtained Mr. Buchanan's Prize. Salem: Published by Cushing & Appleton, 1807.

*[Grant, Charles]. "Memoirs of the Late Charles Grant, Esq." Christian Observer 24, no. 2 (February 1824): 69-76.

This obituary notes Grant's attitude toward the charter renewal of 1813 (p. 76).

--Myron C. Noonkester

*[Grant, Charles]. "Memoirs of the Late Charles Grant, Esq. [continued]" Christian Observer 24, no. 3 (March 1824): 133-140.

*Greene, John. Reminiscences of the Rev. Robert Hall, A. M. Late of Bristol, and Sketches of his Sermons Preached at Cambridge Prior to 1806. By John Greene, Formerly Resident at Cambridge. Second Edition, with Additions. London: Frederick Westley, and A. H. Davis, Stationers' Hall Court, 1834.

*Hall, Robert, Sr. [in behalf of Northamptonshire Baptist Association]. The Nature and Importance of Family and Closet Religion, Considered in a Circular Letter from the Baptist Ministers and Messengers, Assembled at Leicester, May 29, 30, and 31, 1787. : s. n., 1787.

*Hall, Robert, Jr. A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Her Late Royal Highness The Princess Charlotte of Wales, Preached at Harvey-Lane, Leicester, November 16, 1817. 3rd ed., With Corrections, Leicester: Printed by Thomas Combe, 1818.

*_____________. "A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Her Late Royal Highness The Princess Charlotte of Wales, Preached at Harvey-Lane, Leicester, November 16, 1817."  Sixteenth Edition, 1827.  In  Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

*_____________.   "A Sermon Occasioned by The Death of the Rev. John Ryland, D.D. Preached at the Baptist Meeting, Broadmead, Bristol, June 5th, 1825.  Third Edition, 1826.  In  Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

*_____________. An Address to the Rev. Eustace Carey, January 19, 1814, on his Designation as a Christian Missionary to India. Fourth Edition. London: Sold by Hamilton, Adams, & Co. Pater Noster Row; T. Combe, Leicester; and I. James, Bristol, 1824 [Leicester: Printed by Thomas Combe, 1825].

Hall's address extols the virtues of imitation over the techniques of the "servile copyist;" refutes the infidel notion that diverse incarnations of polytheism are manifestations of the unity of God; denounces Sydney Smith's anti-missionary article in the Edinburgh Review with the aid of a quotation from Virgil characterizing Polyphemus; refers ironically to Eustace Carey taking advice from William Carey and senior colleagues at Serampore with whom he later quarreled; and notes evangelical developments in the Church of England in recent years.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*_____________. An Address to the Rev. Eustace Carey, January 19, 1814, on his Designation as a Christian Missionary to India. Fourth Edition, 1824.  In  Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

*_____________.  "Modern Infidelity Considered with Respect to Its Influence on Society in a Sermon Preached at the Baptist Meeting, Cambridge."  Twelfth Edition, 1827.   In  Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

*_____________.  "On the Discouragements and Supports of the Christian Minister.  A Discourse Delivered to The Rev. James Robertson, at his Ordination over the Independent Church, at Stretton, Warwickshire."  Eighth Edition, 1827.   In  Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

*_____________.  "The Advantages of Knowledge to the Lower Classes.  A Sermon, Preached at Harvey-Lane, Leicester, for the Benefit of A Sunday School."  Eighth Edition, 1827.  In  Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

*_____________.  "The Work of the Holy Spirit."  New Edition, 1827.  In Sermons on Various Important Public Occasions.  London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1828.

Haykin, Michael A. G.  One Heart and One Soul: John Sutcliff of Olney, His Friends and His Times . Darlington, England: Evangelical Press, 1994.

*_____________.  "John Sutcliff (1752-1814)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume III, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2003. pp. 21-42.

*_____________.  "Robert Hall, Sr. (1728-1791)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume I, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 1998. pp. 203-211.

_____________.  "The Elder Robert Hall and His Help to Zion's Travellers: 1," The Banner of Truth 343 (April 1992): 17-20, 27.

*Hazlitt, William. The Spirit of the Age or Contemporary Portraits, ed. E. D. Mackerness. London and Glasgow: Collins Publishers, 1969.

Hazlitt says of William Wilberforce (p. 241) that he "preaches vital Christianity to untutored savages, and tolerates its worst abuses in civilized states."  Mr. Wilberforce, Hazlitt continues, "is far from being a hypocrite; but he is, we think, as fine a specimen of moral equivocation as can well be conceived."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Henry, Matthew. A Brief Enquiry in the True Nature of Schism: Intended to Prove that Protestant Dissenters are Unjustly Charged with It. By the Rev. Matthew Henry, Author of the Exposition on the Bible. London: Printed by S. Couchamn, Throgmorton Street, for T. Conder, Bucklesbury; Williams and Smith, Stationers-Court; and J. Burditt, Paternoster-Row, 1807.

*Hill, George. Sermons. London : Printed for A. Strahan, and T. Cadell Junr and W. Davies (successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand, and sold by Bell & Bradfute, W. Creech, J. Dickson, E. Balfour, P. Hill, and J. Ogle, Edinburgh, 1796.

*Hopkins, Hugh Evan. Charles Simeon of Cambridge. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1977.

Horne, M. Letters on Missions: Addressed to the Protestant Ministers of the British Churches. Bristol, 1794.

*Innes, William. The Reign of Heaven; or, An Exposition of the Phrase Usually Rendered in Scripture, the "Kingdom of Heaven." By William Innes, Minister of the Gospel. Edinburgh: Printed for Waugh and Innes; M. Ogle, Glasgow; R. M. Tims, Dublin; and Wightman and Champ, London, 1827.

The Center's Copy is inscribed by the author to Eustace Carey, was formerly in possession of Esther Carey, Eustace Carey's widow, and contains a letter dated October 27, 1828 from the author to Eustace Carey.

--Myron C Noonkester

Ivimey, Joseph. A Preference for a Sect not Inconsistent with the Most Ardent Attachment to the Whole Church of Christ, in All the Denominations into which It is at Present Divided. London: J. Offor, 1822.

James, J. A. Missionary Prospects. A Sermon... Delivered in Hoxton Chapel, on Tuesday, October 10, at the Opening of Hoxton College as a Missionary Academy. Birmingham and London: Printed and published by B. Hudson ... Sold also in Westley and Davis, Hamilton, Adams and Co. and Baynes and son, 1826.

*Jay, William. An Essay on Marriage, or, The Duty of Christians to Marry Religiously. With a Few Reflection on Imprudent Marriages. By Wm. Jay. The Second Edition. Bath: Printed and Sold by M. Gye, Market-Place; Sold also by Hazard and Binns, and Godwin, Bath; Williams and Smith, Stationers-Court, Hatchard, Piccadilly, and Ogle, Great Turn-Stile, Holborn, London; James, Bristol; and Mrs. Richardson, Dean's-Gate, Manchester, 1807.

*Jones, William. A Dictionary of Religious Opinions: or, Concise Account of the Various Denominations, into which The Profession of Christianity is Divided; Including a View of the Ecclesiastical Government, and Order of Worship of Each Sect. A New Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. London: Printed for W. Simpkin and R. MArshall, Stationers'-Court, Ludgate-Street, 1821.

*Keble, John. A Few Very Plain Thoughts on the Proposed Admission of Dissenters to the University of Oxford. Oxford: Alexander Ambrose Masson; and Sold by J. H. Parker, Oxford, and 377 Strand, London, 1854.

*Kilpin, Samuel.  Memoir of Rev. Samuel Kilpin of Exeter, England; with Some Extracts from His Correspondence, to which is Added His Narrative of Samuel Wyke Kilpin.  New York: American Tract Society [1835?].

Kinghorn, Joseph. Remarks on "A Country Clergyman's Attempt to Explain the Nature of the Visible Church, the Divine Commission of the Clergy": Being a Defence of Dissenters in General and Baptists in Particular on New Testament Principles. Norwich: S. Wilkin, 1829.

Kingsford, William. A Vindication of the Baptists from the Criminality of a Charge Exhibited against them by the Rev. Mr. Wesley. Canterbury: J. Grove, 1789.

*Landels, William.  "Andrew Fuller, The Theologian."  In Baptist Worthies: A Series of Sketches of Distinguished Men Who Have Held and Advocated the Principles of The Baptist Denomination.  London: Baptist Tract and Book Society, 1883; Pp. 121-157.

*________.  "Robert Hall, The Preacher."  In Baptist Worthies: A Series of Sketches of Distinguished Men Who Have Held and Advocated the Principles of The Baptist Denomination.  London: Baptist Tract and Book Society, 1883; Pp. 197-231.

Laws, Gilbert. Andrew Fuller: Pastor, Theologian, Ropeholder. London: Carey Press, 1942.

Leifchild, J. Memoir of the Late Rev. Joseph Hughes, A.M., One of the Secretaries of the British and Foreign Bible Society. London: T. Ward, 1835.

*L. G. "To the Editor of the Recorder." Boston Recorder. 16: 16. Wednesday, April 20, 1831. [61].

This correspondent presents material indicating that Robert Hall favored open communion.

--Myron C. Noonkester

Liddon, H. P. Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey, Doctor of Divinity, Canon of Christ Church, Regius Professor of Hebrew in the University of Oxford  4 vols. (London, 1893).

Liddon notes that in 1823, upon departing for Calcutta, Bishop Heber recruited John Parker to prepare designs for churches in India (1: 26, n.1).  In 1823, John Henry Newman and E. B. Pusey walked and talked about "Henry Martyn and missionaries (1: 61)."  In 1826 Pusey donated to "Christian Knowledge Society Schools in India (1: 103)." On October 23, 1830, Pusey read "Life and Correspondence of Bishop Heber (1: 210)."  In 1831 there was a contest for the Professorship of Sanscrit in Oxford University.  It had been founded under the will of Colonel Boden based upon "opinion that a more general and critical knowledge of the Sanscrit language will be a means of enabling his countrymen to proceed in the conversion of the natives of India to the Christian religion, by disseminating a knowledge of the Sacred Scriptures amongst them, more effectually than all other means whatsoever." The holder of this professorship must "not hold or teach doctrines contrary to those of the Church of England." Despite the support of Newman, Keble and Pusey for Dr. W. H. Mill, Principal of Bishop's College , Calcutta, Horace Hayman Wilson was elected by a vote of 207 to 200 (1: 214).  

Pusey wrote (ironically) to R. W. Jelf in 1834 regarding prospective doubts that the "only motive" of the "Dissenters" was "the wish for the purity of a church to which they did not belong (1: 285)."  He clearly thought that "Dissenters" meant to dis-establish the Church of England.  Pusey also noted that the Church of England had been "rescued" from "destruction" by, among other things, the fact that "numbers have withdrawn from the religious societies in which they used to act with Dissenters; and now that the Branch for Foreign Bibles is being formed within the Christian Knowledge Society, I trust that this occasion of confounding Churchmen with Dissenters and disuniting the Church will be removed (1: 285-286)."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Long, Gary.  "William Knibb (1803-1845)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume III, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2003. pp. 210-31.

*Mason, Jonah. Poems on Various Subjects. London: G. B. Dyer, Paernoster Row; Ibbs and Collier, Thrapston; Toller, Kettering, n. d.

*Moon, Norman S. Education for Ministry: Bristol Baptist College 1679-1979. Bristol: Bristol Baptist College, 1979.

Morris, John Webster. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Andrew Fuller. London: Printed for the Author and Sold by T. Hamilton, 1816.

*_________________. First American Edition from the Last London Edition. Edited by Rufus Babcock, Jun. Boston: Published by Lincoln Edmands, 1830.

*"Mrs. Hannah More." Christian Mirror. 11: 17.  December 5, 1833. p. 68.

The celebrated Mrs. More left £100 in her will for printing the Bible at Serampore and the same amount for the Baptist Misssionary Society.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Naylor, Peter. "John Collett Ryland (1723-1792)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume I, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 1998. pp. 185-201.

*Nettles, Tom J. "Andrew Fuller (1754-1815)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume II, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2000. pp. 97-141.

*Newton, John.  The Christian Character Exemplified, From the Papers of Margaret Magdalen Althens, late Wife of Frederick Charles Althens, of Goodman's Fields. New-Haven: : Printed by Joseph Barber, 1812.

The Center's copy is bound with an 1812 edition of Andrew Fuller's The Backslider.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*___________. The Life of the Rev. John Newton: Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, London.  Written by Himself to A.D. 1763, and Continued to his Death in 1807, by Rev. Richard Cecil.  New York: American Tract Society, [1850].

*Noonkester, M. C. "Mr. Gibbon, Revd. Fuller and the Apocalypse," Notes and Queries 237 (1992): 486-489.

*"Obituary. William Wilberforce, Esq." in The Gentleman's Magazine. 103:2 (1833): 273-276.

Oldfield, J. R. Popular Politics and British Anti-Slavery; The Mobilisation of Public Opinion against the Slave Trade 1787-1807. London: Frank Cass, 1998.

*Olive, Dean.  "Joseph Kinghorn (1766-1832)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume III, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2003. pp. 85-112.

*Paley, William.  The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy.  The Seventh Edition, Corrected.  2 vols.  London: J. Davis, 1790.

Parker, John.  Letters to his Friends by Rev. John Parker Late Minister of the Gospel at Wainsgate in Wadsworth near Halifax with a Sketch of his Life and Character by John Fawcett. Leeds: Printed by Thomas Wright, 1794.

*Paton, James. Letters from a Father to his Son, a Student of Divinity. Edinburgh : Printed by G. Caw, for John Ogle: and sold by Messrs. Brash and Reid, Glasgow; Knight, Aberdeen; Morrison and Son, Perth; Matthews, Dilly, Bulton, Cahpman [sic], Ogilvy and Speare, Vernor and Hood, London, 1796.

*Pearce, Samuel. The Scripture Doctrine of Christian Baptism; with Some Historical Remarks on that Subject, in a Sermon, Preached April 20, 1794, at the Baptism of Twelve Persons, on a Profession of Faith and Repentance, at the Baptist Meeting- House, in Harvey- Lane, Leicester. Published at the Unanimous Request of the Church, and Many Individuals in the Congregation. Second Edition. Birmingham: Printed by J. Belcher and Son; And Sold by Button, and Burditt, Paternoster-Row, London; and at the Vestry of Cannon-Street Meeting, Birmingham, 1806.

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume entitled "Tracts on Baptism."

--Myron C. Noonkester 

*Pollock, John Charles.  Wilberforce: God's Statesman.  London: Constable, 1977.

Priest, Gerald L.  "Andrew Fullerís Response to the 'Modern Question'óA Reappraisal of the Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation."  Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 6 (Fall 2001): 

*Proceedings of the Colchester and East Essex Auxiliary Bible Society, at the Second Annual Meeting, Holden at the Moot Hall, Colchester, on Monday, December 7, 1812; Containing the First Public Address of the Rev. Mr. Steinkopff, Foreign Secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society, On His Return from the Continent, and Other Speeches, Delivered on the Occasion. Colchester: Printed and Sold by Marsden and Olive; Sold also by W. Keymer; Youngman, Witham and Maldon; Meggy and Chalk, and R. C. Staines, Chelmsford; Raw, Ipswich; Burkitt, Sudbury; Hill, Ballingdon; Smith, Braintree; Frost, Coggeshall; and in London by Seely, 169, Fleet Street; Hatchard, no. 190, Piccadilly; Crosby and Co., Stationers' Court; and Longman and Co. Paternoster Row, [1812?].

*Reports of the British and Foreign Bible Society, with Extracts of Correspondence, &c.  Volume the Second, for 1811, 1812, and 1813.  Reprinted from the Original Reports.  London: Printed for the Society, By J. Tilling, Governor-Row, Chelsea, 1813.

*"Rev. John Evans, LL.D." Gentleman's Magazine 97.1. 1827. 369-371.

*Riland, John. Two Letters Severally Addressed to the Editor of the Christian Observer and the Editor of the Christian Remembrancer Relative to the Slave-Cultured Estates of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. By the Rev. John Riland, M. A. Curate of Yoxall, Staffordshire. London: John Hatchard and Son, 187 Piccadilly, 1828.

*Rippon, John.  A Brief Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late Rev. John Gill, D.D., to which is Added An Elegy on the Death of Dr. Gill by Benjamin Francis.  London: J. Bennett, 1838 [facsimile edition, Harrisonburg, Virginia: Gano Books, 1992].

Robinson, Robert. Arcana: Or the Principles of the Late Petitioners to Parliament for Relief in the Matter of Subscription. Cambridge:   , 1774.

*_____________. The History of Baptism. London: Printed by Couchman and Fry, for Thomas Knott, Lombard-Street, 1790.

*_____________. A Plan of Lectures on the Principles of Nonconformity. For the Instruction of Catechumens. By R. Robinson. The Sixth Edition. Nottingham: Printed and Sold by C. Sutton, Sold also by Messrs Vernor and Hood, Lee and Hurst, and W. Baynes, London, 1797.

The Center's copy belonged to Micah Thomas of Abergavenny, founder of South Wales Bible College and contributor to the Baptist Magazine.  An inscription calls it "an admirable book."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Russel, Robert. Seven Sermons in Important Subjects. By Robert Russel, at Wardhurst, in Sussex. Sixty-Third Edition. Northampton: Published by S. & E. Butler, 1806.

*Ryland, John. God's Experimental Probation of Intelligent Agents. A Sermon, Preached at a Meeting of Ministers, at Kettering in Northamptonshire, October 3, 1780. Published at the REquest of Many that Heard It, Particularly of the Baptist Churches, at Arnesby, Soham, Olney, Oakham, Sutton and Walgrave. By John Ryland, Jun. of Northampton. Northampton: Printed for the Author by TYhomas Dicey and Sold by C. Dilly, J. Buckland, and G. Keith, in London, 1780.

The Center's copy is bound with several other rare Baptist works from the 1780's.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Ryland, John. Christ Manifested, and Satan Frustrated. A Sermon, Preached at the Meeting-House, in College-Lane, Northampton, December 25, 1781. By John Ryland, junior. Northampton: Printed by Thomas Dicey and Co. And Sold by C. Dilly, J. Buckland, and G. Keith, in London, 1782.

The Center's copy is bound with several other rare Baptist works from the 1780's.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Ryland, John. Seasonable Hints to a Bereaved Church; and The Blessedness of the Dead, Who Die in the Lord. Being the Substance of Two Discourses Delivered at Sheepshead, in Leicestershire, October 26, 1783; Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. William Guy, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church There. Published at the Request of the Church.  By John Ryland, Jun. Northampton: Printed by T. Dicey and Co. And Sold, for the Benefit of the Widow, by the Author and Other Ministers of the Northamptonshire and Leicestershire Association, [1783].

The Center's copy is bound with several other rare Baptist works from the 1780's.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Ryland, John and John Sutcliff. Christ, the Great Source of the Believer's Consolation, and the Grand Subject of the Gospel Ministry. A Sermon, Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Joshua Symonds, Past of the Congregational Church which Assembles at the Old Meeting in Bedford. Preached By John Ryland, jun. November 27, 1788. To Which is Annexed, The Address Immediately Preceding the Interment, By John Sutcliff. Published at the Request of the Congregation With an Appendix, Containing a Brief History of the First Rise of that Church, and of its Pastors in Succession, Before and since the Time of teh Celebrated John Bunyan. London: Sold by J. Buckland, Pater-noster-Row; and J. P. Lepard, No. 91, Newgate-Street, 1788.

The Center's copy is bound with several other rare Baptist works from the 1780's.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Ryland, John. "The Church-Meeting in Heaven" in [John Taylor]. Antiquarian Memoranda and Biographies. Northamptonshire. Facsimile Illustrations and Portraits. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor & Son, 1901. no. VII.

*Ryland, John; Andrew Fuller and John Sutcliff. The Difficulties of the Christian Ministry, and the Means of Surmounting Them; with the Obedience of Churches to their Pastors Explained and Enforced: A Charge by the Rev. J. Ryland, D. D. and a Sermon by the Rev. A. Fuller; Together with an Introductory Address by the Rev. J. Sutcliff; Delivered June 23, 1802, at the Ordination of Thomas Morgan, to the Pastoral Office over the Baptist Church, Meeting in Cannon Street, Birmingham: And, also, Mr. Morgan's Declaration of Religious Sentiments.  Birmingham: Printed for J. Belcher; and sold by Button and Son, Paternoster Row, London, 1802.

Ryland, John. The Necessity of the Trumpet's Giving a Certain Sound.  A Sermon Preached before the Ministers and Messengers of the Baptist Churches, Belonging to the Western Association at Their Annual Meeting Held at Lyme on Thursday, June 10th, 1813. Bristol: E. Bryan, 1813. 

*_____________. A Candid Statement of the Reasons which Induce the Baptists to Differ in Opinion and Practice from So Many of their Christian Brethren. By John Ryland, D. D. London: Published by W. Button, 23, Paternoster Row; and Sold by Browne, Harris, and James, Bristol, 1814.

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume entitled "Tracts on Baptism."

--Myron C. Noonkester 

*__________. The Work of Faith, the Labour of Love, and the Patience of Hope, illustrated; in the Life and Death of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society.... Chiefly Extracted from his Own Papers. London: Button and Son, 1816.

*__________. The Work of Faith, the Labour of Love, and the Patience of Hope, illustrated; in the Life and Death of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society from Its Commencement, in 1792.   Chiefly Extracted from his Own Papers.  2d ed., with Corrections and Additions.  London: Button and Son, 1818.

*__________. The Work of Faith, the Labour of Love, and the Patience of Hope, illustrated; in the Life and Death of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society from Its Commencement, in 1792.   Chiefly Extracted from his Own Papers.  2d ed., with Corrections and Additions.  Charlestown: Samuel Etheridge, 1818.

*__________. The Work of Faith, the Labour of Love, and the Patience of Hope, illustrated; in the Life and Death of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society from Its Commencement, in 1792.   Chiefly Extracted from his Own Papers.  2d ed., with Corrections and Additions.  Charlestown: Samuel Etheridge, 1818 [electronic edition].

__________. The Practical Influence of Evangelical Religion.  A Sermon Preached at the Baptist Meeting House in College Lane, Northampton, June 28, 1819. London: B. J. Holdsworth, 1819.

*Ryland, J. E., ed. The Life and Correspondence of John Foster: With Notices of Mr. Foster as a Preacher and a Companion, By John Sheppard, author of "Thoughts on Devotion," etc. etc. in Two Volumes. 2nd ed. London: Jackson and Walford, 18 St. Paul's Church Yard, 1848.

*________. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 59 Washington Street, 1850.

*Scott, Thomas.  A Vindication of the Divine Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, and of the Doctrines Contained in Them: Being an Answer to the Two Parts of Mr. T. Paine's Age of Reason. By Thomas Scott, Chaplain to the Lock Hospital. London, Printed: New York, Re-Printed by G. Forman, for C. Davis, Booksellers, No. 94, Water-Street, 1797.

*__________. Essays on the Most Important Subjects in Religion. By the Rev. Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. To Which is Prefixed a Memoir of the Author. London: Printed for The Book Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge. And Sold at their Depository, No. 19, Paternoster Row, 1828.

*__________. Essays on the Most Important Subjects in Religion. The Fourth Edition.  London: D. Jacques, 1800 [electronic edition].

*__________.  Remarks on the Refutation of Calvinism, by George Tomline.  Vol I.  London: C. Baldwin, 1811 [electronic edition].

*__________.  Sermons on Select Subjects.  3d ed.  Edinburgh and London: H. S. Baynes, 1826.

*__________.  Sermons on Select Subjects.  2d ed.  Buckingham: J. Seeley, 1796 [electronic edition].

*__________.  The Articles of the Synod of Dort, and Its Rejection of Errors: with the History of Events Which Made Way for That Synod, as Published by the Authority of the States-General; and the Documents Confirming Its Decisions.  Translated from the Latin with Notes, Remarks, and References.  By Thomas Scott.  Utica: William Williams, 1831 [electronic edition].

*__________.  The Force of Truth.  2nd ed.  London:  C. Watts, 1789.

*__________.  The Theological Works of the Rev. Thomas Scott.  Edinburgh: Sterling and Kenney and Waugh and Innes, 1829 [electronic edition].

Simeon, Charles. The Danger of Neglecting the Great Sacrifice. Cambridge:    , 1797.

*[Simeon, Charles]. "Obituary. Rev. Charles Simeon, M. A." Scottish Congregational Magazine. 3: 1837. pp. 60-62.

*Singers, William. A Statement of the Numbers, the Duties, the Families, and the Livings, of the Clergy of Scotland. Drawn up, in 1807, By the Rev. William Singers, Minister at Kirkpatrick-Juxta. Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsay and Company, for John Park, Opposite the Exchange; and John Harding; 36, St James' Street, London, 1808.

*Smalley, John.  The Perfection of the Divine Law; and Its Usefulness for the Conversion of Souls. A Sermon, Delivered in the College-Chapel, in New-Haven, on the Morning after the Commencement, A. D. 1787. By John Smalley, A. M. Pastor of a Church in Berlin. [Northampton]: Printed at New-Haven in Connecticut, 1787. Reprinted at Northampton in Old England, 1789. Sold by J. P. Lepard, No. 91, Newgate-Street, London.

The Center's copy is bound with several other rare Baptist works from the 1780's.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Smith, Daniel. Anecdotes and Illustrations of the Christian Ministry. Compiled by Rev. Daniel Smith. With an Introduction by Rev. D. W. Clark, A. M. New York: Published by Carlton & Porter, 200 Mulberry-Street, 1857.

Smith, John Pye. Scripture Testimony to the Messiah. An Inquiry with a View to a Satisfactory Determination of the Doctrine Taught in the Holy Scriptures Concerning the Person of Christ : Including a Careful Examination of the Rev. Thomas Belsham's Calm Inquiry, and of Other Unitarian Works on the Same Subject. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Rest Fenner, 1821.

*Southey, Robert [translator].  The Chronicle of The Cid.  Translated from the Spanish by Robert Southey with an Introduction by V. S. Pritchett and Illustrations by Renť Ben Sussan.  New York: The Heritage Press, 1958.

The Center gratefully acknowledges Dr. Mark Nicovich for this gift.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Sterne, Laurence. The Sermons of Mr. Yorick. Volume III. London: Printed for T. Caddel, Bookseller in the Strand, 1780.

*_________. The Sermons of Mr. Yorick. Volume IV. London: Printed for T. Caddel, Bookseller in the Strand, 1780.

*Styles, Jim. Let's Talk About Olney's Amazing Curate. Newport Pagnell; A. C. Todd for Olney Parish Church, [1983].

Sutcliff, John. The First Principles of the Oracles of God: Represented in a Plain and Familiar Catechism, for the Use of Children. Halifax: Printed and sold at Elwood Hall ,Sold also by the Author, at Olney, and by W. Button, 1780?.

Another edition. Hudson: Printed by Sampson, Chittenden and Croswell, 1803.

Another edition. Whitchurch: R. B. Jones, 1820.

Another edition. Northampton: Printed by T. Dicey and Co., n. d.

__________, Joseph Bellamy. Sermons upon the Following Subjects: viz. the Divinity of Jesus Christ, the Milennium, the Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin. Northampton: s.n., 1783.

__________. Jealousy for the Lord of Hosts, and, The Pernicious Influence of the Delay in Religious Concerns. Two Discourses Delivered at a Meeting of Ministers at Clipstone, in Northamptonshire, April 27, 1791. [London?]: Sold by Vernor and others, n. d.. 

__________. The Divinity of the Christian Religion Considered and Proved.  Circular Letter from... [Northamptonshire] Association at Leicester, 1797. S.I.: s.n., 1797. 

___________. The Discipline of the Primitive Churches Illustrated and Enforced: the Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of Several Baptist Churches of the Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Olney, Bucks, May 21, 22, 23, 1799. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris, 1799. 

___________. Qualifications for Church Fellowship.  The Circular Letter from... Northamptonshire Association Assembled at Nottingham...1800. S.I.: s.n., 1800.

___________, J. W. Morris. A Persuasive to Christian Fellowship. The Circular Letter from... Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Oakham...1801. S.I.; s.n., 1801.

___________, Richard Hopper. The Ordinance of the Lord's Supper Considered... The Circular Letter from... Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Sheepshead... 1803. S.I.: s.n., 1803.

___________. An Obedience to Positive Institutions. The Circular Letter from Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Olney... 1808. S.I.: s. n..

___________. On Reading the Word of God. The Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of the Several Baptist Churches of the Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Kettering June the 8th, 9th and 10th,1813. S.I.: s.n., 1813.

*[Taylor, Charles]. Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism; in a Letter to a Deacon of a Baptist Church. With Two Plates. By the Editor of Calmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible. London: Printed for C. Taylor, 108, Hatton-Garden, by G. Hazard, 50, Beech-Street, Barbican, 1815. 

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume entitled "Tracts on Baptism."

--Myron C. Noonkester 

*______________. Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism; in a Second Letter to a Deacon of a Baptist Church. By the Editor of Calmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible. London: Printed for C. Taylor, 108, Hatton-Garden. By Hatfield and Twigg, 20, Great New Street, Gough Square, 1815.

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume entitled "Tracts on Baptism."

--Myron C. Noonkester 

*Temple, Richard. Memoirs of the Rt. Hon. John Lord Teignmouth, Governor-General of India and First President of the British and Foreign Bible Society. New York: Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Evangelical Knowledge, 1859.

*The Evangelical Magazine.  Vol. I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII. IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXX.  London: 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822.

[Thomas, John] "On Wednesday the 20th Instant.  A Sermon Will be Preached in the Harvey-Lane Meeting House. By the Rev. Mr. Thomas." Leicester Herald. Saturday, March 16, 1793.

The notice continues: "Who has been for Six Years on a Mission to the Hindoos. For the Benefit of that Mission." The service was to "begin at Half Past Two O'Clock in the Afternoon."

-Jennie M. Noonkester

*Twenty -Third Report of the Committee of Management of the Theological Academy at Glasgow, under the Care of Mr. Ewing and Dr. Wardlaw. Read at the General Meeting Held in Dundee, on 26th April, 1837. Edinburgh: Printed by Balfour and Jack, 36, Niddry Street, 1837.

The Center's copy is bound with Scottish Congregational Magazine. 3: 1837.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Tucker, W. Predestination Calmly Considered from Principles of Reason, in Consistency with the Nature of Things and the Scriptures of Truth, in a Series of Letters to a Friend.  To Which are Added, Answers to Seven Queries on Predestination. [London]: Printed for the Author, 1798.

*Walker, John. A Dictionary of the English Language: Answering at Once the Purposes of Rhyming, Spelling, and Pronouncing, on a Plan not to Hitherto Attempted ... to Which is Prefixed a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work, with Critical and Practical Observations on Orthography, Syllabication, Pronunciation, and Rhyme, and for the Purposes of Poetry is Added an Index of Allowable Rhymes. London: Printed for T. Becket, 1775.

*Warner, Rebecca. Original Letters, from Richard Baxter, Matthew Prior, Lord Bolingbroke, Alexander Pope, Dr. Cheyne, Dr. Hartley, Dr. Samuel Johnson, Mrs. Montague, Rev. William Gilpin, Rev. John Newton, George Lord Lyttleton, Rev. Dr. Claudius Buchanan, &c. &c. with Biographical Illustrations. Edited by Rebecca Warner, of Beech Cottage, near Bath. Bath: Printed by Richard Cruttwell, St. James's-Street, Bath; and Sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, Pater-Noster Row, London, 1817.

[Watson, Richard K.] A Sermon Preached before the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in the Abbey Church, Westminster on Friday, January 30, 1784. London: Printed by J. Nichols, for J. Robson ... T. Evans ... and J. Debrett ..., 1784.

*Webster, Edward ("Scrutator") [or perhaps Charles Jerram]. Letters to an Universalist: Containing a Review of the Controversy between Mr. Vidler and Mr. Fuller on the Doctrine of Universal Salvation. Clipstone; Printed by and for J. W. Morris, 1802.

*Wells, Tom. "Samuel Pearce (1766-1799)," in The British Particular Baptists 1638-1910, Volume II, ed. Michael A. G. Haykin. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2000. pp. 183-199.

*Wheeler, Nigel David.  "Eminent Spirituality and Eminent Usefulness: Andrew Fuller's (1754-1815) pastoral Theology in his Ordination Sermons."  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pretoria, 2009 [electronic edition].

*White, Joseph. Sermons Containing a View of Christianity and Mahometanism, in their History, their Evidence, and their Effects. Preached before the University of Oxford, in the Year 1784, at the Lecture Founded by the Rev. John Bampton, M. A., Late Canon of Salisbury.  The Second Edition.  To Which is Now Added a Sermon Preached before the University of Oxford, July 4, 1784, On the Duty of Attempting the Propagation of the Gospel among our Mahometan and Gentoo Subjects in India. London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, 1785.

*________. A New Edition. By Joseph White, D.D. Regius Professor of Hebrew, Canon of Christ Church, and Archbishop Laud's Professor of Arabic. London: Printed for and Sold by F. C. and J. Rivington; and J. Parker, and Robert Bliss, Oxford, 1811.

*Wilberforce, William. A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Higher and Middle Classes in this Country, Contrasted with Real Christianity. By William Wilberforce, Esq. With an Introductory Essay by the Rev. Daniel Wilson, A. M., Vicar of Islington. Third Edition. Glasgow: Printed for William Collins; Oliver & Boyd, Wm Whyte & Co., and Wm. Oliphant, Edinburgh; W. F. Wakeman; and Wm. Curry, Jun and Co. Dublin; Whitaker, Treacher and Arnot; Hamilton, Adams and Co.: Simpkin and Marshall; Baldwin & Cradock; and Hurst, Chance, & Co., London, 1829.

*________________.  A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Higher and Middle Classes, Contrasted with Real Christianity.  From a late London edition.  New York: American Tract Society, n.d. [1830, 1839].

*[Wilberforce] "Chronicle, March 31st, 1784." The Annual Register, or a View of the History, Politics, and Literature, for the Years 1784 and 1785. London: Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, 1787.

Recounts poll numbers for William Wilberforce and others in Hull borough contest for 1784.

--Myron C. Noonkester

Wilkin, M. H. Joseph Kinghorn of Norwich. Norwich: , 1855.

*Wilson, Joseph. Horae Propheticae: or Dissertations on the Book of the Prophet Daniel. By Rev. Joseph Wilson, A. M. Minister of Laxton, Northamptonshire. Oundle: Printed and Published by T. and E. Bell; and Sold by T. Fountain, Oundle; Messrs. Rivington, London; and by All Other Booksellers, 1824.

[Wilson, Joshua.] A Memoir of the Life and Character of Thomas Wilson, esq., Treasurer of Highbury College. 2nd ed., London: J. Snow, 1849.

_____________. Jealousy for the Lord of Hosts: and, the Pernicious Influence of Delay in Religious Concerns: Two Discourses Delivered at a Meeting at Clipstone… The Former by John Sutcliff of Olney… London: , 1791.

*Worcester, Noah. Solemn Reasons for Declining to Adopt the Baptist Theory and Practice: in a Series of Letters to a Baptist Minister. By Noah Worcester, A. M. Pastor of a Church in Thornton. Fourth Edition. New York: Printed by George Forman, No. 178, Greenwich-Street, 1809.

*Worcester, Samuel. Two Discourses on the Perpetuity and Provision of God's Gracious Covenant with Abraham and His Seed. By Samuel Worcester, A. M., Pastor of the Tabernacle Church in Salem. Second Edition, Revised. To which are Annexed, Letter to the Rev. Thomas Baldwin, D. D. on his Book, Entitled the Baptism of Believers Only &c. Salem: Printed by Haven Pool, for the Author, 1807.

Young, Doyle. L. "The Place of Andrew Fuller in the Developing Modern Missions Movement."  Ph.D. dissertation.  Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Fort Worth, Texas, 1981.

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