Histories / Baptists
*American Baptist Magazine and Missionary Intelligencer. Boston: Loring, Lincoln and Edmands. New Series. 1: 1-12, January- November, 1817; 2: 3. May, 1819; 2:4, July, 1819; 3: 1-12, January-November, 1822; 4: 1-12. January-November, 1824; 5: 1-12, January- December 1825; 6:1-12. January-December, 1826; 7: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9. January, March, April, May, June, September, 1827; 8: 1-12. January- December, 1828; 9: 1-12, January-December, 1829; 10: 1-12. January- December 1830; 12: 1-12. January- December, 1832; 13: 1-12. January-December, 1833.
The Center's copies include vols. 2 and 6 bound together.
--Myron C. Noonkester
Anderson, H. The Life and Letters of Christopher Anderson. Edinburgh: W. P. Kennedy, 1854.
Armitage, Thomas. History of the Baptists. New York: Bryan Taylor and Company, 1887.
*Baldwin, Thomas. A Discourse Delivered before the Members of the Boston Female Asylum. September 26, 1806. Being their Sixth Aniversary. [Boston]: Russell & Cutler, Printers, 1806.
*Baptist Children's Magazine. Vol. V. New Series. Leicester: Printed and Published by Hull, Harvey, and Company; and Soldy by G. Wightman, Paternoster-Row, London, 1836.
*Baptist Magazine for 1809 , 1811, 1813-1818, 1820-1825, 1827, 1830, 1831, 1833-1867, 1879. Vols. I, III, V-X, XII, XIII- XV, XIX, XXII-XXIII, XXV-XLIX, L, LI, LII, LIV-LIX, LXII. [Vols. I, III]: London: Sold by J. Burditt, 60, and W. Button, 24, Paternoster Row; Tiverton: Printed by T. Smith, [1809, 1811]; [Vols. V-VII]: London: Sold by W. Button, 24, Paternoster Row, 1813-1815; [Vols. VIII-X]: London: Printed by J. Barfield, 91, Wardour-Street, Soho; and Sold by W. Button & Son, No. 24, Paternoster Row, 1816-1818; [Vols. XII-XVII]: London: Printed by J. Barfield, Wardour-Street, Soho; and Sold by B. J. Holdsworth, St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1820, 1821;[Vol. XIX]: ?, 1827; [Vols. XXII-XXIII, XXV-XXXII]: London: Published by George Wightman, 24, Paternoster Row, 1830, 1833-1840; [Vols. XXXIII-XLVIII]: London: Published by Houlston and Stoneman, , 65, Paternoster Row, 1841-1856; [Vols. XLIX-LII]: London: Pewtress & Co., 4 Ave Maria Lane; J. Heaton & Son, 21 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row, 1857-1860; [Vol.LIII-LV]: London: Pewtress Brothers, 4. Ave Maria Lane, 1861-1863; [Vol. LVI-LIX]: London: Eliot Stock, 62, Paternoster-Row, 1864-1867; [Vol. LXXI]: London: Yates and Alexander, 21 Castle Street, Holborn, 1879 [collation in progress].
*Baptist Magazine for 1819. Vol. XI. London: Printed by J. Barfield, Wardour Street, Soho, and Sold by W. Whittemore, Paternoster-Row, 1819 [electronic edition].
*Baptist Missionary Magazine. Published by the Executive Committee of the American Baptist of the American Baptist Missionary Union. 29. Boston: John Putnam, Printer, 81 Cornhill, 1849.
*Baptist Missionary Magazine. Published by the American Baptist Missionary Union. Volume LVII. 57. Boston: Missionary Rooms, Tremont Temple, 1877.
*Baptist Register. Volume I. Utica, New York: Edited by E. F. Willey, E. Galusha, J. Lothrop. Printed by Augustine G. Dauby, 1824-1825.
*"Baptists in Northamptonshire in the 17th Century." in [John Taylor]. Antiquarian Memoranda and Biographies. Northamptonshire. Facsimile Illustrations and Portraits. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor & Son, 1901. no. XII.
Bebbington, D. W., ed. The Baptists in Scotland: A History. Glasgow: , 1988.
*Beddome, Benjamin. A Scriptural Exposition of the Baptist Catechism by Way of Question and Answer. Second Edition, Corrected. Bristol: Printed by W. Pine, 1776.
Bennett, James. The History of the Dissenters During the Last Thirty Years. London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams and Co., 1839.
*Blount, T. "The Chadbands and Dickens's Views of Dissenters," Modern Language Quarterly 25 (1964): 295-307.
Bond, C. D. Gods Forgotten People: A History of Carey Baptist Church, Hackleton. :, n. d.).
*Boyd, Jesse Laney. A Popular History of the Baptists in Mississippi. Jackson: The Baptist Press, 1930.
*Briggs, John H. Y. "Baptists and the Campaign to Abolish the Slave Trade." Baptist Quarterly, 42 (October 2007):260-283 [electronic ed.]
Brown, John. The Love of God Inseparable from His People: A Sermon Preached at the Interment of Mr. William Wallis, at Kettering, In Northamptonshire... London: Printed for the Author, 1758.
*Brown, Raymond. The English Baptists of the Eighteenth Century. In A History of the English Baptists. Vol. 2. Gen. ed. B. R. White. London: Baptist Historical Society, 1986.
*Budge, Thos. J. "Date of 'Deathless Sermon.'" The Baptist Quarterly 33/7 (1990): 335 [electronic edition].
Budge answers Christopher Smith's point about the date of Carey's sermon from Smith's article ("The Spirit and the Letter of Carey’s Catalytic Watchword," The Baptist Quarterly 33 (1989-1990): 226-237), where he says, "Evidence remains to be brought forward to establish beyond reasonable doubt whether it was the 30th or 31st May that Carey preached so memorably." In Budge's one-page article, he argues that the textual evidence points to the last Wednesday of May 1792 (May 30th), despite various sources using the "31st" date. Budge summarizes, "All the evidence points to the fact that in the Periodical Accounts the date is wrong, an unintentional mistake which has been followed by far too many others. Rippon has made it plain on page 418 that the sermon was preached on the Wednesday." In addition, the plaque in Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, indicates May 30, 1792.
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
Burrage, C. The Early English Dissenters in the Light of Recent Research (1550-1641). 2 vols., Cambridge: 1912.
*Burrage, Henry S. Baptist Hymn Writers and Their Hymns. Portland, Maine: Brown Thurston and Co., 1888 [electronic edition].
Campbell, Russell S. "The Decline of Enlightenment Calvinism in the Theologies of Three 19th Century British Baptists." D.Phil. thesis, Oxford University, 2000.
*Christian, John T. A History of Baptists Together with Some Account of Their Principles and Practices. Nashville: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1922.
*Christian Review, The. James D. Knowles, ed. Boston: Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, vols. 1-2. 1836-1837.
*Confession of Faith Put Forth by the Elders and Faithful of Many Congregations of Christians (Baptized upon Profession of their Faith) in London and the Country.First Printed at London, 1688. [London?: 1791?].
*Cook, Richard B. The Story of Baptists in All Ages and Countries. Baltimore: H. M. Wharton and Co., Publishers, 1886.
*Cramp, J. M. Baptist History from the Foundation of the Christian Church to the Close of the Eighteenth Century . Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, n. d.
Cramp places Careys activities near the end of "The Quiet Period," a time of "backsliding and coldness" among "all religious communities in England."(p.500) He dates "religious progress" from Robert Hall's sermon, Help to Zion's Travelers, preached before the Northamptonshire Association in 1779. Cramp misdates Careys Enquiry to 1791, making it more the occasion, than the manifesto for the Baptist Missionary Society (pp. 501-503). Cramp refers to "Dr. Careys terse saying, Expect great things, attempt great things."(p. 576). Cramp confidently assigns Carey's work to an aggressive phase of Christian revival.
-Myron C. Noonkester
Crosby, T. History of the English Baptists. 4 vols., London: 1738-40.
Dix, Kenneth. "English Strict and Particular Baptists in the 19th Century." Ph. D. thesis, Keele University, 1998.
*________. Strict and Particular: English Strict and Particular Baptists in the Nineteenth Century. Didcot: England: The Baptist Historical Society, 2001.
*Doel. W. Twenty Golden Candlesticks! or A History of Baptist Nonconformity in Western Wiltshire by W. Doel. Pastor of the Old Baptist at Southwick. Trowbridge: D. Lansdown & Sons, and George Rose, Booksellers; London: Simpkin Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1890.
*Elwyn, T. S. H. The Northamptonshire Baptist Association: A Short History, 1764-1964. London: Carey Kingsgate Press, 1964.
*English Baptist Records 1. Edited by Roger Hayden. The General Baptist Church of Berkhansted, Chesham and Tring, 1712-1781. Transcribed by L. C. Champion. [London:] Baptist Historical Society, 1985.
*English Baptist Records 2. Edited by Roger Hayden. Church Book: St. Andrew's Street Baptist Church, Cambridge 1720-1832. [London:] Baptist Historical Society, 1991.
*English Baptist Records 3. Edited by Roger Hayden. Association Life of the Particular Baptists of Northern England 1699-1732 by S. L. Copson. [London:] Baptist Historical Society, 1991.
*Evans, John. An Address Humbly Designed to Promote, A Religious Revival, Amongst the General Baptists. By John Evans, A. M. Pastor of a Congregation, Meeting in Worship Street. London: Printed and SOld by J. Johnston, St. Paul's Church Yard; D. Taylor, No. 35, Union Street, Bishops-gate Street ; J. Marsom, No. 187, HIgh Holborn, and at the Printing-Office, No. 31, Fair-Street, Horsly-down, .
Fritze, Ronald H. "Baptists" in Historical Dictionary of Stuart England, 1603-1689, ed. Ronald H. Fritze and William B. Robison. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1996. pp. 35-38.
*"From the Journals of the House of Lords" in [John Taylor]. Antiquarian Memoranda and Biographies. Northamptonshire. Facsimile Illustrations and Portraits. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor & Son, 1901. no. XXVIII. pp. 1-2.
*Fuller Baptist Church, An Outline History, 1696-1991. Compiled by Ashley and Jenny Butlin. Line drawings by T. A. Millagan. Norwich: Coorlea Publishing .
*Gaustad, Edwin, ed. British Baptists. A Volume in the Arno Press Collection of The Baptist Tradition. New York, New York: Arno Press, 1980.
*General Baptist Juvenile Magazine. Vol. II. Loughborough: Printed for the General Baptist Book-Society, at Their Printing-Office, Leicester Road, by J. F. Winks, 1826.
*General Baptist Magazine for the Year 1798. Vol. I. London: Printed by J. C. Barnard, No. 14. George's Court, Clerkenwell; for D. Taylor, No. 20. Mile End Road; and Sold by W. Button, No. 24. Paternoster-Row; and J. Taylor. No. 15. Union-Street, Bishopsgate-Street, 1798.
*General Baptist Magazine for the Year 1799. Vol. II. London: Printed by J. C. Barnard, No. 14. George's Court, Clerkenwell; for D. Taylor, No. 20. Mile End Road; and Sold by W. Button, No. 24. Paternoster-Row; and J. Taylor. No. 15. Union-Street, Bishopsgate-Street, 1799.
*General Baptist Magazine for the Year 1800. Vol. III. London: Printed by J. C. Barnard, No. 14. George's Court, Clerkenwell; for D. Taylor, No. 20. Mile End Road; and Sold by W. Button, No. 24. Paternoster-Row; and J. Taylor. No. 15. Union-Street, Bishopsgate-Street, 1800.
*General Baptist Magazine, Repository, and Missionary Observer. 4-5. New Series: 1857-8. London: Simpkin and Marshall and Co., Stationers' Hall Court; Derby: Wm. and Geo. Wilkins, 1857-8.
*The General Baptist Magazine for 1868. London: E. Marlborough & Co., Ave Maria Lane; Leicester: Winks & Son, 1868.
*The General Baptist Magazine for 1879. London: E. Marlborough & Co., Ave Maria Lane; Leicester: Winks & Son, 1879.
*Gillette, A. D., ed. Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association 1707-1807, Being the First One Hundred Years of Its Existence. Tricentennial Edition, 1707 to 2007, Philadelphia Association Series. Springfield, Missouri: Particular Baptist Press, 2002 [reprint of 1851 American Baptist Publication Society book].
Carey wrote letters to the Philadelphia Baptist Association, all of which were read at the Association's meetings (October 6-8, 1801; October 1-4, 1805).
-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*Goadby, J. Jackson. Bye-Paths in Baptist History: A Collection of Interesting, Instructive, and Curious Information, Not Generaly Known, Concerning the Baptist Denomination. London: Elliot Stock, 1871.
Goadby, J. Jackson and John Taylor Brown. The Baptists and Quakers in Northamptonshire, 1650-1700. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor and Son; London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1882.
This item reports a lecture in College Street Chapel, Northampton, October 24, 1882.
-Myron C. Noonkester
*Greenall, R. L., ed. The Kettering Connection- Northamptonshire Baptists and Overseas Missions. Leicester: Department of Adult Education, University of Leicester, 1993.
The Center's copy was graciously provided by Mr. John Pemble, Archivist of the Fuller Baptist Church, Kettering.
-Myron C. Noonkester
*A Tresury of Bunyan. Introduction by John Gulliver. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981; reprint ed., Bradley & Company, 1871.
*Harrison, Fred M. W. It All Began Here: The Story of the East Midland Baptist Association. London: East Midland Baptist Association, 1986.
Hayden, Roger. "Evangelical Calvinism among Eighteenth Century British Baptists with Particular Reference to Bernard Foskett, Hugh and Caleb Evans and the Bristol Baptist Academy, 1690-1791" Ph.D. dissertation, University of Keele, 1991.
*"History of the Baptist Churches. For the New-England Galaxy." New-England Galaxy and Masonic Magazine. 1: 38. July 3, 1818. p. 2.
*Humphreys, Fisher. “Baptists and Their Theology.” Baptist History and Heritage 35/1 (Winter 2000):7-19 [electronic edition].
Ivimey, J. A History of the English Baptists (4 vols., London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by Burditt, Button, Hamilton, Baynes [etc., vol. 1]; Sold by Button and Son, [etc., vol. 2]; B. J. Holdsworth [vol. 3]; I. T. Hinton [vol. 4], 1811-1830).
*James, Muriel. Religious Liberty on Trial: Hanserd Knollys—Early Baptist Hero. Franklin, Tenn.: Providence House Publishers, 1997.
The Center's copy is courtesy of Dr. Dorman Laird, Emeritus Professor of Religion, William Carey University.
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*"John Hunt and the Anabaptists" in [John Taylor]. Antiquarian Memoranda and Biographies. Northamptonshire. Facsimile Illustrations and Portraits. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor & Son, 1901. no. XIII.
*"Jubilee Missionary Meeting at Kettering." Baptist Memorial and Monthly Chronicle. 1: 8. August, 1842. pp.
*Knowles, James D. An Address Delivered before the Trustees, Students and Friends of the Newton Theological Institution, November 14, 1832. Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, 1832.
*Landels, William. Baptist Worthies: A series of Sketches of Distinguished Men Who Have Held and Advocated the Principles of the Baptist Denomination. London: Baptist Tract & Book Society, 1883.
*Langley, Arthur S. Birmingham Baptists Past and Present. Prepared for the West Midland Baptist Association by Arthur S. Langley, F.R.Hist.S. With Foreword by the Rev. Charles Brown, D. D. London: The Kingsgate Press, 4, Southampton Row, London, W.C. 1, .
Lovegrove, D. W. "English Evangelical Dissent and the European Conflict," in W. J. Sheils, ed., The Church and War. Studies in Church History, 20. Oxford, 1983.
________________. Established Church, Sectarian People: Itineracy and the Transformation of English Dissent, 1780-1830. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.
*McBeth, H. Leon. "The Legacy of the Baptist Missionary Society." Baptist History and Heritage, 27 (1992): 3-13.
*Mann, Isaac. Twelve Lectures on Ecclesiastical History and Nonconformity, Exhibiting a Brief View of the Principal Facts and Persons Mentioned in Church History. By Isaac Mann, A. M. London: Printed for Ebenezer Palmer, 18 Paternoster Row, 1829.
Martin. R. H. Evangelicals United: Ecumenical Stirrings in Pre-Victorian Britain, 1795-1830. Metuchen, N. J. and London: , 1983.
*Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine. 1: September 1803; May 1805; 2: 1-12, March, 1808-December, 1810; 3: 7, September, 1812.
*McGlothlin, W. J. Baptist Confessions of Faith. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1911.
McGregor, J. F. " The Baptists: Fount of all Heresy" in J. F. McGregor and Barry Reay, eds., Radical Religion in the English Revolution. New York: Oxford University Press, 1984.
*Mills, Susan J. Probing the Past: A Toolbox for Baptist Historical Research. Didcot, England: The Baptist Historical Society, 2009.
Authored by the former librarian (1984-2006) of Regent's Park College, Oxford, and its famed Angus Library, this book is a guide for researchers seeking to understand Baptist history. The book includes detailed descriptions of both print and electronic collections.
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*Minutes of the Danbury Baptist Association, Hereafter to be Called the Hartford Baptist Association, Held at the First Baptist Meeting-House in Suffield, (Connecticut,) October 6 & &, 1813. Middletown: n. p., 1813.
*Minutes of the Salisbury Baptist Association. Held at the Baptist Meeting House in Bow. On Wednesday and Thursday, October 10 and 11, 1827. With their Ciricular and Corresponding Letters. Concord: Printed by Jacob B. Moore, 1827.
*Mitchell, Sheila. Not Disobedient . . . A History of United Baptist Church, Leicester, including Harvey Lane 1760-1845, Belvoir Street 1845-1940 and Charles Street, 1831-1940. With "A Brief History United Baptist Church 1940-1983, by Graham Lee." Leicester: n.p., 1984.
William Carey was the pastor of Harvey Lane Baptist Church, 1789-1793, and Harvey Lane was the church from which Carey left in order to go to India as a missionary. Mr. Roger T. Beeby, a member of Central Baptist Church, Leicester, England, and one of the curators of the Carey Museum there, generously donated this book in February 2013 from the Carey Museum.
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*New Baptist Miscellany. 4: 1830. London: Published by Holdsworth and Ball, 18, St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1830.
*Newman, Albert Henry. A History of hte Baptist Churches in the United States. Sixth ed., Revised and Enlarged. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1915.
*_________. A Manual of Church History. 2 vols. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1915.1903.
*Noonkester, Myron C. "‘God for Its Author’: John Locke as a Possible Source for the New Hampshire Confession." New England Quarterly 66 (1993): 448-450.
Nuttall, G. F. "Northamptonshire and the Modern Question: A Turning Point in Eighteenth Century Dissent," Journal of Theological Studies 16 (1965): 101-123.
__________. "Continental Pietism and the Evangelical Movement in Britain," in J. van den Berg and J. P. van Dooren, eds., Pietismus und Reveil. Leiden: , 1978.
*Orchard, G. H. "Historical. XVIII. A Brief Sketch of the History of the Baptists in Britain. Part I. From the First Ages, to the end of the Sixteenth Century. (Continued)." Baptist Memorial and Monthly Chronicle. 1: 10, October, 1842. pp. 293-297.
*[Owen, J. M. Gwynne]. Records of an Old Association Being a Memorial Volume of the 250th Anniversary of the Midland, Now the West Midland, Baptist Association, Formed in Warwick, May 3rd, 1655. n. p., .
Patterson, W. Morgan. "The Evangelical Revival and the Baptists" in William H. Brackney and Paul S. Fiddes with John H. Y. Briggs, eds. Pilgrim Pathways: Essays in Baptist History in Honour of B. R. White. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 1999. pp. 243-261.
*Payne, Ernest A. The First Generation: Early Leaders of the Baptist Missionary Society in England and India. London: Carey Press, 1936.
*____________. The Baptists of Towcester: A Study of Northamptonshire Nonconformity during Two Hundred and Fifty Years. Northampton: Billingham & Son, 1936.
*____________. The Great Succession: Leaders of the Baptist Missionary Society during the Nineteenth Century. by Ernest A. Payne, M.A., B.D., B.Litt. Lecturer on Modern Missions in the University of Oxford. London: Carey Press, 2nd ed., 1946.
_____________. The Baptist Union: A Short History. London: Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 1959.
*Pierce, Samuel Eyles. A Confession of Faith, Delivered to the Independent Church of Christ, Who Meet for Worship at the Octagon Chapel, in the Borough of Truro. By Samuel Eyles Pierce, Previous to his Ordination, which was September 15, 1784. Published at the Importunate Request of a Friend. Exeter: Printed by T. Brice, in NOrth Street. .
*Pike, Edward Carey. Four Lectures on English Nonconformity. London: Bible Christian Book-Room; Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1895.
Rinaldi, Frank W. "'The Tribe of Dan': the New Connexion of General Baptists, 1770-1891, A Study in the Transition from Revival Movement to Established Denomination." Ph.D. thesis, Glasgow University, 1996.
*Rippon, J., ed. The Baptist Annual Register, [4 volumes:] For 1790, 1791, 1792, And Part of 1793. Including Sketches of the State of Religion Among Different Denominations of Good Men at Home and Abroad; For 1794, 1795, 1796-1797... ; For 1798, 1799, 1800, and Part of 1801... ; For 1801 and 1802... . [London]: Sold by Messrs. Dilly, Button, and Thomas London; Brown, James and Cottle, Bristol; Ogle, Edinburgh; Allein, Dublin; And May be Had of the Baptist Ministers in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Richmond, Savannah and Charleston in America, [1793-1802].
Contains letters from Carey and John Fountain, a Bengali poem by Carey translated into English by Fountain, and a poem by William Ward written on the death of a missionary colleague who was once an "infidel." One of Carey's letters to Rippon outlines Hindu creation myth in detail. Carey compares the Indian epic poem the Mahabharata favorably with Homer.
--Myron C. Noonkester
Roberts, R. Phillip. Continuity and Change: London Calvinistic Baptists and the Evangelical Revival 1760-1820. Wheaton, Illinois: Richard Owen Roberts, 1989.
*Robinson, H. Wheeler. The Life and Faith of the Baptists. London: Methuen and Co., New York: George H. Doran Company, 1900.
O. C. Robison, "Particular Baptists in England, 1760-1820, (Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oxford, 1967).
*Sharp, Daniel. A Discourse Pronounced Before His Excellency William Eustis, esq. Governor, the Honorable Council, and the Two Houses, Composing the Legislature of Massachusetts, May 26, 1824. Being the Anniversary Election. Boston: Printed by Order of the Legislature. True and Greene, Printers to the State, 1824.
*___________. Hints on Modern Evangelism, and on the Elements of a Church's Prosperity: A Discourse, Delivered in the Charles Street Baptist Church, October 9, 1842. Published by Request. Boston: William D. Ticknor, 1843.
The Center's copy is inscribed "Providence Athenaeum with the respects of the Author."
-Myron C. Noonkester
*Stanley, Brian. "Baptists, Antislavery and the Legacy of Imperialism." Baptist Quarterly, 42 (October 2007):284-296 [electronic ed.].
Steane, E. Memoir of the Life of Joseph Gutteridge, Esq. London, 1850.
*Stillman, Samuel. Young People Called upon to Consider that for their Conduct Here, They Must be Accountable Hereafter, at the Judgment Seat of Christ. In a Sermon, Delivered on Wednesday Evening May 8, 1771, in Boston, at the Desire of a Number of Young Men. By Samuel Stillman, M. A. Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Boston. Published at the Request of Those Who Heard It. Boston: Printed by John Boyles, in Marlborough-Street, 1771.
*[Taylor, Charles]. Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism; 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.
*Thomas, Joshua. A History of the Baptist Association in Wales, from the Year 1650, to the Year 1799, Shewing the Times and Places of their Annual Meetings, Whether in Wales, London, or Bristol, etc. Including Several Other Interesting Articles. By Joshua Thomas of Leominster. London: Sold by Messrs. Dilly, Button, and Thomas, London; Brown, James, and Cottle, Bristol; Ogle, Edinburgh; Allein, Dublin; and may be had of the Baptist Ministers in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Richmond, Savannah, and Charleston, in America, 1795.
Tupper, H. A. Two Centuries of the First Baptist Church of South Carolina, 1683-1883. With Supplement. Baltimore: R. H. Woodward, 1889.
In 1805 and 1806 Dr. Furman "was active in raising funds for aiding the translations of the Scriptures by Drs. Carey and Marshman (p. 148)."
-Myron C. Noonkester
*Underhill, Edward Bean, ed. The Records of the Church of Christ Meeting in Broadmead, Bristol. 1640-1687. Edited for the Hanserd Knollys Society, with an Historical Introduction by Edward Bean Underhill. London: Printed for the Society, by J. Haddon, Catle Street, Finsbury, 1847.
*Underwood, A. C. A History of the English Baptists. London: The Carey Kingsgate Press Limited, 1947.
*Vedder, Henry C. A Short History of the Baptists. Philadelphia: The American Baptist Publication Society, 1907.
Ward, W. R. "The Baptists and the Transformation of the Church, 1780-1830," Baptist Quarterly 25 (1973): .
Warren, I. The Nonconformist Tradition. Northampton: Northamptonshire Leisure and Libraries, 1987.
*Wayland, Francis. The Elements of Moral Science. Boston: Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 1847.
*__________. The Elements of Moral Science. 4th ed. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1857.
*West, W. M. S. To be a Pilgrim: A Memoir of Ernest A. Payne. Guildford: Lutterworth Press, 1983.
*Weston, Stephen J. As of old, hosannas sing: A History of the Music at Fuller Baptist Church, Kettering. [Kettering: n.p., 1996].
Authored by the choirmaster of Fuller Baptist Church, Kettering, Dr. Weston also serves as a Curator of the Charles Moore Collection of Musical Instruments, University of Leicester, and as a volunteer curator of the Carey Museum at Fuller Baptist Church.
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*Whelan, Timothy, transcriber and ed. Baptist Autographs in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 1741-1845. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 2009.
*__________. "Robert Hall and the Bristol Slave-Trade Debate of 1787-1788." Baptist Quarterly, 38 (January 2000): 212-225 [electronic ed.].
White, B. R. The English Baptists of the Seventeenth Century. London: Baptist Historical Society, 1983.
*Winchell, James M. Two Discourses, Exhibiting an Historical Sketch of the First Baptist Church in Boston, from its First Formation in Charlestown, 1665, to the Beginning of 1818. Second Edition. Boston: Printed and Published by James Loring, No. 2, Cornhill, 1820.
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