**[D. 6. 44] Adams, Amos. The Pleasures Peculiar to the Ministerial Life Pointed Out : in a Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Revd. Mr. Jonathan Moore, to the Pastoral Care of the First Church in Rochester; (Colleague with the Revd. Mr. Ruggles.) Boston, New England : Printed and sold by Kneeland and Adams, at their printing-office in Milk-Street., 1768.
*Allein, Richard. The World Conquered, or a Believers Victory over the World. Laid Open in Several Sermons on I John 5:4. By R. A. London: n. p., 1668.
*Allestree, Richard. The Whole Duty of Man. Necessary for All Families. With Private Devotions for Several Occasions. [London?: 1752].
*Ambrose, Isaac. Looking Unto Jesus: A View of the Everlasting Gospel; Or, the Soul's Eying of Jesus, As Carrying on the Great Work of Man's Salvation, from First to Last. By Isaac Ambrose, Minister of the Gospel. Glasgow: Printed by John Robertson, Sold at his Shop, Salt-Mercat, [ca. 1750].
*Ambrose, Isaac. Looking Unto Jesus: A View of the Everlasting Gospel; Or, the Soul's Eying of Jesus, As Carrying on the Great Work of Man's Salvation, from First to Last. By Isaac Ambrose, Minister of the Gospel. Belfast: Printed by and for James Magee at the Bible and Crown in Bridge-Street, 1763 [electronic edition].
**[Y. 297]Andrewes, Lancelot. Sermons of the Nativitie, Preached on Several Occasions. London: , 1626.
*Arnold, Thomas and J. J. Cooper. The History of the Church of Doddridge. Kettering and Wellingborough: Northamptonshire Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, n.d.
*Bates, William. Harmony of the Divine Attributes in the Contrivance and Accomplishment of Man's Redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ: or, Discourses Wherein is Shewn How the Wisdom, Mercy, Justice, Holiness, Power, and Truth of God are Glorified in that Great and Blessed Work. By William Bates, D. D. London: Printed; Wilmington, Re-printed and Sold by James Adams, in Market-street, 1771.
**[C. 1. 4]__________. The Works of the Late Reverend and Learned William Bates ... : to Which are Added, Two Discourses Never Before Published ... : also Some account of the Author's Life and Character, in a Funeral Sermon Preach'd by the Reverend Mr. Howe : with an Alphabetical Table to the Whole. London : Printed for B. Aylmer ... and J. Robinson ..., 1700.
*Baxter, Richard. The Reasons of the Christian Religion. The First Part, of Godliness . . . The Second Part, of Christianity. London: R. White, 1667 [electronic ed.].
*[Baxter, Richard.] The Saints' Everlasting Rest, by the Rev. Richard Baxter. Abridged by Benjamin Fawcett, A.M. New York: American Tract Society, n.d.
Beattie, James. An Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth. 1770.
____________. Evidences of the Christian Religion. 2 vols. 1786.
____________. Elements of Moral Science. 2 vols. 1790-1793.
**[D. 1. 9] Bellamy, Joseph. True Religion Delineated or, Experimental Religion, as Distinguished from Formality on the One Hand, and Enthusiasm on the Other, Set in a Scriptural and Rational Light. In Two Discourses. In which Some of the Principal Errors both of the Arminians and Antinomians are Confuted, the Foundation and Superstructure of their Different Schemes Demolished, and the Truth as it is in Jesus, Explained and Proved. The Whole Adapted to the Weakest Capacities, and Designed for the Establishment, Comfort and Quickening of the People of God, in these Evil Times. By Joseph Bellamy, A.M. Minister of the Gospel at Bethlem in Connecticut. With a Preface by the Rev. Mr. Edwards. Boston : Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen-Street, 1750.
**[D. 6. 44] Bernard, Edward. A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Thomas Carey. Boston: 1768.
*Berrow, Capel. Theological Dissertations, By Capel Berrow, A. M. Rector of Rossington, Northamptonshire; Lecturer of St. Bennet's and St. Peter's, Paul's Wharf; and Chaplain to the Honourable Society of Judges and Serjeants in Serjeants-Inn. London: Printed for J. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, 1772.
Boehme, Jacob. The Third Book of the Authour being the Highe and Deepe Searching out of the Threefold Life of Man (or according to) The Three Principles, trans. John Sparrow. London: , 1650.
_____________. Mysterium Magnum, Or an Exposition of the First Book of Moses called Genesis. trans. John Ellistone. London: , 1654.
*Bolton, Robert. Some Generall Directions for a Comfortable Walking with God : Delivered in the Lecture at Kettering in Northhamptonshire, with Enlargement ... London : Imprinted by J. Legatt, for E. Weaver, 1638.
The Center's copy lacks a title-page.
--Myron C. Noonkester
*____________. Mr. Bolton's Last and Learned Worke of the Foure Last Things, Death, Judgement, Hell and Heaven. With his Assise-Sermons, and Notes on Justice Nicolls his Funerall. Together with the Life and Death of the Authour. Published by E. B. And Re-viewed, with Marginall Notes, and an Alphabeticall Table Added Therunto. Hereunto is Added the Sermon at M. Boltons Funerall, by M. Nic Estwick. The Fourth Edition. London: Printed by George Miller, Dwelling in the Black-Friers, 1639.
*_____________. Two Sermons Preached at Northampton at Two Severall Assises There. The One in the Time of the Shrevalty of Sir Erasmus Dryden Baronet. Anno Domini, 1621. The Other in the Time of the Shrevalty of Sir Henry Robinson Knight, Anno Domini, 1629. By Robert Bolton Bachelour in Divinity, Late Minister of Broughton in Northampton-shire, and Sometimes Fellow of Brasen-nose College in Oxford. Published by E. B. London: Printed by George Miller dwelling in the Black-Fryers, 1639.
*_____________. A Cordiall for Christians in the Time of Affliction. Or, A Sermon Preached at Kettering Lecture by Master Robert Bolton, Bachelour of Divinity, and Sometimes Fellow of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford. Published by I. S. London: Printed by George Miller dwelling in the Blacke-Fryers, 1640.
*_____________. Instructions for a Right Comforting Afflicted Consciences: with Speciall Antidotes against Some Grievous Temptations. Delivered for the Most Part in the Lecture at Kettering in Northamptonshire. The Third Edition, Divided into Chapters, with a Table of Contents Annexed. London: Printed by Tho. Badger, for Tho. Weaver, 1640.
**[Y. 95-96] Boyle, Robert. A Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion: Being a Collection of the Sermons Preached at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, esq.; (from the Year 1691 to the Year 1732). With the Additions and Amendments of the Several Authors, and General Indexes... 3 vols. London: Printed for D. Midwinter, 1739.
The Serampore copy lacks the third volume.
--Myron C, Noonkester
*Brainerd, David. An Abridgment of Mr. David Brainerd's Journal Among the Indians. Or, the Rise and Progress of a Remarkable Work of Grace Among a Number of the Indians iu the Provinces of New-Jersey and Pennsylvania. London; Printed for John Oswald, 1748.
*____________. The Life of Rev. David Brainerd, Chiefly Extracted from his Diary. By President Edwards. Somewhat Abridged. Embracing, in the Chronological Order, Brainerd's Public Journal of the Most Successful Year of his Missionary Labors. The Evangelical Family Library, Vol. VII. New York: American Tract Society, No. 150 Nassau Street, D. Fanshaw, Printer, n. d.
*Brine, John. A Treatise on Various Subjects. London: Printed for, and Sold by John Ward, at the Corner of Pope's Head Alley in Cornhill: and John Eynon, at a Print-Shop on the North Side of the Royal Exchange, 1750.
*__________. The Moral Law A Rule of Conduct to Believers, And its Various Uses to them Shewn. By the late Rev. John Brine. S. n.: [1785 or later].
The Center's copy is to be found in a volume of rare Baptist pamphlets from the 1780's.
--Myron C. Noonkester
*Brown, John. The Christian, the Student, and the Pastor, Exemplified; in the Lives of Mess. James Frazer, James Hogg, Thomas Halyburton, in Scotland; Owen Stockton, MAtthew Henry, Philip Doddridge, in England; Thomas Shepeherd, Cotton Mather, and Jonathan Edwards, in America. By John Brown, Minister of the Gospel at Haddington. Edinburgh: Printed by and for Gavin Alston, 1781.
Brownrigg, Ralph. Twenty-Five Sermons by the Right Reverend Father in God, Ralph Brownrigg, Late Bishop of Exeter. London: , 1685.
*Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That which is to come: Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream Wherein is Discovered, The manner of his setting out, His Dangerous Journey; And safe Arrival at the Desired Countrey. London: Printed for Nath. Ponder at the Peacock in the Poultrey near Cornhil, 1678 [electronic edition].
*_____________. The Pilgrim's Progress. With Biographical Introduction by Edmund Venables (revised by Miss Mabel Peacock) and New Index. Illustrated with 25 Drawings by George Cruikshank. Oxford Edition. London, New York, Toronto, and Melbourne: Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1912 [electronic edition].
*_____________. The Pilgrim's Progress. Introduction by Hugh Ross Williamson. In Collins New Classics. Gen. ed. G. F. Maine. London and Glasgow: Collins, 1953.
*[Bunyan] "Biographical Sketch of John Bunyan. Author of the 'Pilgrim's Progress,' &c." Scottish Christian Herald. 1 (1836): 290-296.
*Burgess, Daniel. Rules and Motives to Holy Prayer. By Daniel Burgess. London: Printed for Thomas Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns near Mercers Chapel, 1696
--Myron C. Noonkester
*Calamy, Benjamin. A Discourse about a Scrupulous Conscience, Preached at the Parish Church of St. Mary Aldermanbury, London. By Benjamin Calamy, D. D. One of His Majesties Chaplains in Ordinary. The Second Edition. London; Printed for Rowland Reynolds, next door to the Middle Exchange in the Strand, 1683.
**[C. 1. 28]Calvin, John. The Sermons Of M. Iohn Calvin vpon the Fifth Booke Of Moses called Deuteronomie : Faithfully Gathered Word for Word as he Preached them in Open Pulpet. London: [Pr]inted by Henry Middleton for George Bishop, 1583.
**[D. 6. 44] Chandler, James. Ministers of the Gospel, gifts of the Lord to his churches; and to be obtained by prayer A sermon preached at Newbury-Port, June 25, 1767. A fast, sanctified by the Congregational church and society there, under bereavement of their pastor. (Published at the desire of many of said society.) By James Chandler, A.M. Pastor of the West Church in Rowley. Boston, New-England : Printed by Edes & Gill, for Buckeley [i.e., Bulkeley] Emerson, of Newbury-Port, 1767.
**[X. 715] Clagett, Nicholas. A sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts at their anniversary meeting in the parish-church of St. Mary-le-Bow, on Friday, February 18, 1736. By Nicolas Lord Bishop of St. Davids. London : Printed for J. and J. Pemberton, 1737.
*Carter, Terry G. “The Calvinism of William Carey and Its Effect on His Mission Work.” A paper presented at the Evangelical Theological Society, Annual Meeting. Colorado Springs, Colorado, November, 2001. Accessed March 17, 2015. <http://reclaimingthemind.org/papers/ets/2001/Carter/Carter.pdf>
*Clarke, Samuel, late Rector of St. James's, Westminster. Sermons on the Following Subjects, Viz. Published from the Author's Manuscript, By John Clarke, D.D. Dean of Sarum. Vol. VII. London: Printed for W. Botham, for James and John Knapton, 1731.
**[D. 6. 44] Clarke, William. A charge and sermon : together with an introductory discourse and confession of faith delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Abraham Booth, Feb. 16, 1769, in Goodman's Fields. London : Printed for G. Keith, 1769.
*Coleman, Thomas. Memorials of the Independent Churches in Northamptonshire: with Biographical Notices of their Pastors. And Some Account of the Puritan Ministers Who Laboured in the County. By Thomas Coleman. London: John Snow, 35, Paternoster Row, 1853.
Coleman refers (p. 373) to Paulerspury as "the birth-place of the celebrated Dr. Carey, of the Baptist Mission at Serampore."
--Myron C. Noonkester
*Collinson, Patrick. "Toward a Broader Understanding of the Early Dissenting Tradition" in C. Robert Cole and Michael E. Moody, eds. Essays for Leland H. Carlson The Dissenting Tradition. Athen, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1975, pp. 3-38.
*[Coney, Thomas] Orthodoxus. The Invalidity of Schismatical and Heretical Baptism Proved from Reason, Scripture, Councils, and Fathers. London: Printed for Staples Steare, at no. 93, in Fleet-Street, 1768.
*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?].
*Cooper, J. J. "572. Dr. Doddridge and Colonel Gardiner." in Northamptonshire Notes and Queries (1892), 4: 43-45.
**[D. 6. 44] Crosley, David. Samson a Type of Christ. : Being a Sermon Preached in London, July the 28th, 1691, at a Morning-lecture: upon Judges xiv. 5. ... The Second Impression. By David Crosley. London : Printed for the author ; And sold by Mr. John Sims ; and at the Tabernacle near Moorfields, 1744.
*Doddridge, Philip. Sermons on Regeneration. Northampton, June 13, 1745.
Ten sermons appear in this collection: I. Of the Character of the Unregenerate. Ephes. ii. 1, 2; II. Of the Nature of Regeneration, and the particularly of the Change it produces in Mens Apprehension, 2 Cor. v, 17; III. Of the Nature of Regeneration, with respect to the Change it produces in Mens Affections, Resolutions, Labours, Enjoyments and Hopes, 2 Cor. v, 17; IV. The Necessity of Regeneration, argued from the Immutable Constitution of God, John iii, 3; V. Of the Incapacity of the Unregenerate Person for relishing the Enjoyments of the Heavenly World, John iii, 3; VI. Of the Importance of entering into the Kingdom of Heaven, John iii, 3; VII. Of the Necessity of Divine Influences to produce Regeneration in the Soul, Titus iii. 5, 6; VIII. Of the Various Methods of the Divine Operation in the Production of this Saving Change, 1 Cor. xii. 6; IX. Directions to awaken'd Sinners, Acts ix, 6; X. An Address in the Regenerate, founded on the preceding Discourses, James i. 18.
-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*______________. The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul; Illustrated in a Course of Serious and Practical Addresses, Suited to Persons of Every Character and Circumstance; with a Devout Meditation, or Prayer, Subjoined to each Chapter. New York: The American Tract Society, 183?.
______________. The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, P. T. Jones Publishing Agent, 1843.
*Doddridge, P[hilip]. The Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes; and a Practical Improvement of each Section. Volume the First, Containing the Former Part of The History of our Lord Jesus Christ, As recorded by the Four Evangelists, Disposed in the Order of an Harmony. London: James Rivington and James Fletcher, at the Oxford Theatre; and Henry Payne, at Dryden’s Head, in Pater-noster Row, 1760.
*Doddridge, P[hilip]. The Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes; and a Practical Improvement of each Section. Volume the Second, Containing the Latter Part of The History of our Lord Jesus Christ, As recorded by the Four Evangelists, Disposed in the Order of an Harmony. London: C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Buckland, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, S. Crowder and Co., T. Longman, B. Law, T. Field, 1761.
*Doddridge, P[hilip]. The Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes; and a Practical Improvement of each Section. VOL. III, Containing the Acts of the Apostles; With additional notes on The Harmony of the Evangelists; And Two Dissertations, I. On Sir Isaac Newton's System of the Harmony; II. On the Inspiration of the New Testament. London: J. Waugh, 1748.
______________. The Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes; and a Practical Improvement of each Section. Volume the Third, Containing the Acts of the Apostles; with additional notes on The Harmony of the Evangelists. And Two Dissertations, I. On Sir Isaac Newton's system of the Harmony; II. On the Inspiration of the New Testament. The Seventh Edition. London: T. Longman, B. Law and Son; G. G. J. and J. Robinson, R. Baldwin, R. and C. Rivington, W. Richardson, J. Mathews, S. Hayes, W. Bent, W. Goldsmith, T. Vernon, D. Ogilvy and J. Speare, J. Deighton, J. Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, and Bowles and Wack, 1792.
*Doddridge, P[hilip]. The Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes; and a Practical Improvement of each Section. Volume the Fifth: Containing the Epistles of Paul the Apostle to the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1-2 Thessalonians, 1-2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon. London: C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Buckland, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, S. Crowder and Co., T. Longman, B. Law, T. Field, and H. Payne and W. Cropley, 1761.
*Doddridge, P[hilip]. The Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes; and a Practical Improvement of each Section. Volume the Sixth: Containing the Epistles of, Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews, James, 1-2 Peter, 1, 2, 3 John, Jude, Revelation. Edited by J.Orton. London: C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Buckland, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, S. Crowder and Co., T. Longman, B. Law, T. Field, and H. Payne and W. Cropley, 1762.
Doddridge (1702-1751), was an evangelical dissenting minister in Northampton, England. After his death, his wife published these volumes in 1760-1762, though Doddridge originally drafted the books in 1738 (vol. I), 1740 (vol. II), and 1746-1750 (vols. V-VI).
These four volumes include paragraph-by-paragraph commentary on the New Testament, often including line-by-line exegesis. For each New Testament text, the "new Version" (e.g. Authorized Version—King James Version) is quoted alongside Doddridge’s paraphrase of the text. In the paraphrases, Doddridge italicizes quotations from the King James text. Also included for each biblical section is Doddridge’s "Improvement" discussions, which are expository and practical interpretations of the text.
Possibly, the most important material in the commentary is Doddridge’s notes, which are printed at the bottom of the page. In the notes, Doddridge cites lexical, historical, theological, and textual issues, including various patristic sources and occasional New Testament Greek manuscript differences .
Specifically related to Matt. 28:18-20, Doddridge refers to the passage as "the Commission," referring to the universal nature of the Christian message, and he insists upon "adult baptism" being the sense of the text. Also, Doddridge points out the Authorized Version’s mistranslation of Matt. 28:19, "teach all nations." Suggesting that the translation of the verb maqhteusate should not "confound" with the use of didaskonteV ("teaching") in the next verse (28:20), Doddridge renders 28:19 as "proselyte all nations." He says (Vol. II, p. 668),
(l) Proselyte all the Nations of the Earth.] The whole Tenour of the succeeding Books of the New Testament shews, that Christ designed by this Commission, that the Gospel should be preached to all Mankind without Exception, not only to Jews, but to all the idolatrous Gentiles: But the Prejudices of the Apostles led them at first to mistake the Sense, and to imagine, that it referred only to their going to preach the Gospel to the Jews among all Nations, or to those who should be willing to become Jews.—I render the Word maqhteusate, proselyte, that it may be duly distinguished from didaskonteV, teaching, (in the next Verse,) with which our Version confounds it. The former seems to import Instruction in the Essentials of Religion, which it was necessary adult Persons should know and submit to, before they could regularly be admitted to Baptism; the latter may be related to those more particular Admonitions in Regard to Christian Faith and Practice, which were built upon that Foundation.—It is certain, that no Argument can be drawn from hence to the Prejudice of Infant Baptism; for had Christ sent out these Missionaries to propagate Judaism in the World, he might have used the same Language; "Go, and proselyte all Nations, circumcising them in the Name of the God of Israel, and teaching them to observe all that Moses commanded."
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*[Doddridge]. "Biographical Sketch of Dr. Philip Doddridge." Scottish Christian Herald. 1 (1836): 131-136.
*Doddridge, Philip. Three Sermons on the Evidences of the Christian Religion, To Which are Added Extracts from Several Celebrated Authors on the Same Important Subject. Providence: Bennett Wheeler, 1789.
The respective sermons include: "Sermon I. The evidence of Christianity briefly stated, and the new Testament proved to be genuine. 2 Peter 1:16," (p. 5); "Sermon II. The Evidences of Christianity, deduced from the new Testament proved to be genuine. 2 Peter 1:16," (p. 44); "Sermon III. Additional Evidences of Christianity, and Reflections on the whole. 2 Peter 1;16," (p. 77). Extracts from Several Celebrated Authors, on the Truth of the Christian Religion includes material from Grotius (pp. 115-119), Locke (pp. 119-120), Addison (pp. 120-122), Baron Haller (pp. 122-123), Mons. Pascal (pp. 123-124), Lord Lyttleton (pp. 124-127), Young (pp. 128-130), Beattie (pp. 130-132), White, one of the king's preachers at Whitehall ( pp. 132-136), Bishop of Landaff (pp. 136-139), and Soame Jenyns (pp. 139-143).
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
*Eccles, Samuel. Sixteen Sermons on Different Subjects; Most of them Preached before the University of Oxford. By Samuel Eccles, M. A. of Brazen Nose College. London: Printed by J. Meres, in the Little Old Baily, 1755.
*Edwards, Jonathan. An Account of the Life of the Late Mr. David Brainerd. 1749.
*Edwards, Jonathan. An Account of the Life of the Late Reverend Mr David Brainerd, Minister of the Gospel, Missionary to the Indians, from the Honourable Society in Scotland, for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, and Pastor of a Church of Christian Indians in New-Jersey. Who Died at Northampton in New England , October 9, 1747, in the 30th Year of His Age. Chiefly Taken from his Own Diary, and Other Private Writings, Written for his Own Use; and Now Published. Edinburgh: Printed by John Gray and Gavin Alston. For William Gray in front of the Exchange, 1765.
*Edwards, Jonathan. The Life and Diary of David Brainerd. With a Biographical Sketch of the Life and Work of Jonathan Edwards by Philip E. Howard, Jr. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1989.
Edwards, Jonathan. An Humble Attempt to Promote Explicit Agreement and Visible Union of Gods People in Extraordinary Prayer. Northampton: T. Dicey, 1789.
*[Edwards, Jonathan]. The Holy Tendency of the Doctrine of Grace, Exemplify'd. Northampton: Printed by Tho. Dicey, [1780's?].
The Center's copy is found in a volume of rare Baptist tracts from the 1780's.
--Myron C. Noonkester
*______________. A Narrative of the Revival of Religion in New England; with Thoughts on that Revival. By Jonathan Edwards, A. M. With an Introductory Essay, by John Pye Smith, D. D. Homerton. Glasgow: Printed for William Collins; William Whyte & Co. and William Oliphant, Edinburgh; W. F. Wakeman; and Wm. Curry, Jun. and Co. Dublin; Whittaker, Treacher & Arnot; Hamilton, Adams & Co. [;] Simpkin and Marshall; Baldwin & Cradock; and Hurst, Chance, & Co. London, 1829.
_________. An Inquiry into the Modern Prevailing Notions Respecting that Freedom of the Will which is Supposed to be Essential to Moral Agency, Virtue and Vice, Reward and Punishment, Praise and Blame. London: J. Duncan, 1831; Andover, N. Y.: Gould, Newman and Saxton, 1840.
*_________. The Nature of True Virtue. Foreword by William K. Frankena. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1960.
*Estwick, Nicholas. A Learned and Godly Sermon Preached on the XIX. Day of December, Anno. Dom. MDCXXXI. at the Funerall of Mr. Robert Bolton, Batchelour in Divinity and Minister of Broughton in Northampton-shire. By Mr. Nicholas Estwick, Bachelour in Divinity and Sometimes Fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge, and Now Minister of Warkton in Northampton-shire. Revised and Somewaht Enlarged by teh Author, and Now at the Importunity of Some Friends Published. London: Printed by George Miller dwelling in Black-Friers, 1639.
*Evangelical Biography, being a Complete and Faithful Account of the Lives, Sufferings, Experiences & Happy Deaths, of Eminent Christians ~ Who have shone with Distinguished Lustre. Vol. 1. London: Printed for I. Stratford, 1807.
Some of the more famous biographies included are: Richard Baxter, Theodore Beza, David Brainerd, Martin Bucer, Henry Bullinger, John Bunyan, John Calvin, Miles Coverdale, William Cowper, and Thomas Cranmer.
-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
Evans, Caleb. The Kingdom of God: A Sermon... Preached before the Bristol Education Society, August 16, 1775. Bristol: Printed and Sold by W. Pine, 1775.
*_________. Christ Crucified; or the Scripture Doctrine of the Atonement Briefly Illustrated and Defended. In Four Discourses upon that Subject. By Caleb Evans, M. A. Bristol: Printed by William Pine. Sold in London by Buckland, Button, and Reynolds; and in Bristol by Browne, Evans and Allen, James at the Circulating Library, and other Booksellers, 1789.
*Evans, C. Stephen. The Historical Christ and the Jesus of Faith: the Incarnational Narrative as History. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.
Evans considers, in another connection, matters of implicit concern to Carey scholarship. These include "a paradox that lies at the heart of the moral life," namely that those who are most "morally advanced" struggle with "feelings of guilt and moral inadequacy (84-86)." He also considers the problem, well known to Carey, of whether "accidents of history and geography... decide the eternal destiny of an individual (103)." He also concerns himself with the doctrine of election (113).
--Myron C. Noonkester
*Flavell, John. Divine Conduct.: or, the Mysterie of Providence. Wherein the Being and Efficacy of Providence is Asserted and Vindicated: The Methods of Providence as it Passes through the Several Stages of our Lives Opened; and the Proper Course of Improving All Providences Directed, in a Treatise upon Psalm 57. Ver. 2. By John Flavell, Preacher of the Gospel. London: Printed for R. W. for Francis Tyton at the Three Daggers in Fleetstreet, 1678.
*___________. Divine Conduct.: or, the Mysterie of Providence. Wherein the Being and Efficacy of Providence is Asserted and Vindicated: The Methods of Providence as it Passes through the Several Stages of our Lives Opened; and the Proper Course of Improving All Providences Directed, in a Treatise upon Psalm lvii. 2. By John Flavel, Late Preacher of the Gospel. London: Sold by Scatchard & Whitaker, T. Cowthrope, and T. Scollick: and T. Wilson, and R. Spence, in York, 1786.
**[C. 1. 30-31] Foster, James. Discourses on all the principal branches of natural religion and social virtue. By James Foster, D.D. ... London : Printed for the author : And sold by Mr. Noon in Cheapside ; Messieurs J. and P. Knapton in Ludgate-Street ; Mr. Millar in the Strand ; Mr. Whitridge near the Royal Exchange ; and Mr. Dodsley in Pall-Mall : And by Mr. Kincaid and Messieurs Hamilton and Balfour in Edinburgh ; Mr. Barry and Messieurs Fowlis in Glasgow ; Mr. Smith in Dublin; and other Booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, 1749-52.
*Gibbons, Thomas. The Hidden Life of a Christian Exemplified in the Diary, Meditations, and Letters of a Young Minister. Published from Authentic Manuscripts. By Thomas Gibbons. The Second Edition. London: Printed for James Buckland, in Pater-noster-Row; and John Ward, in Cornhill, 1756.
**[X. 716] Gibson, John. The Unlimited Extent and Final Blessed-ness of God's Spiritual Kingdom: : a Sermon, Preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, at their Anniversary Meeting, in the High Church of Edinburgh, on ... June 3. 1768. By John Gibson, ... Edinburgh : printed by Sands, Murray, and Cochran. Sold by W. Gray, and J. Dickson, 1768.
*Gill, John. "Christ, the Ransom Found." A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mr. John Davenport, Who Departed this Life, October 4th, Aged Forty-eight. Preached October 13. 1754. Published at the Request of the Relations. London: G. Keith and J. Robinson, 1754.
*__________. The Doctrine of Justification, By the Righteousness of Christ, Stated and Maintained, Being the Substance of several Sermons. 4th ed. London: G. Keith and J. Robinson, 1756.
*__________. The Doctrine of Predestination Stated, And set in the Scripture-Light; In Opposition to Mr. Wesley's Predestination calmly Consider'd. 3rd ed. London: G. Keith, J. Robinson, Mr. Edwards, Mr. Akenhead, and Mr. Taylor, 1752.
*__________. The Doctrine of the Saints Final Perseverance, Asserted and Vindicated: In Answer to a late Pamphlet, called Serious Thoughts, On that Subject. 3rd ed. London: G. Keith and J. Robinson, 1754.
*__________. The Doctrines of God's Everlasting Love to His Elect, And Their Eternal Union with Christ: Together With some other Truths, Stated and Defended. In a Letter to Dr. Abraham Taylor. 3rd ed. London: G. Keith and J. Robinson, 1752.
*__________. An Exposition of the Book of Solomon's Song Common Called Canticles. Wherein the Authority of it is Established against Objections both Ancient and Modern; Several Versions Compared with the Original Text; The Different Senses both of the Christian and Jewish Interpreters Considered; and the Whole Opened and Explained in Proper and Useful Observations. By John Gill, D. D. The Fourth Edition, with Many Additions. London: Printed for George Keith in Gracechurch-Street, 1776.
*__________. Sermons on Important Subjects; Preached by the Late Reverend and Learned John Gill, D. D. A New Edition. London: Printed by T. Smith, 29, Winchester Row, for W. Hardcastle, Lamb's Conduit-Street, 1814.
**[X. 716] Glas, John. A Sermon Preached in the Congregational Church of Dundee, February 4th, 1741, the Day Appointed by His Majesty for a Fast : with a Note on the History of Mordecai and Haman, in the Book of Esther. Edinburgh : Printed by P. Matthie, and sold by the booksellers in town and country, 1741.
*Goodwin, Thomas. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D. D. Sometime President of Magdalen College, Oxford. With General Preface by John C. Miller and Memoir by Robert Halley. Nichol's Series of Standard Divines. Puritan Period. 12 vols. Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1861.
**[E. 2. 29]Gualtherus, Rudolf. In Johannis Apostoli et Evangelistae Epistolam Canonicam, Homiliae XXXVII ; in ejusdem Apostoli Duas Posteriores Epistolas Homiliarum Sylvae. Heidelbergæ: Typis Johannis Lancelotti ..., 1619.
*Hall, Robert. Help to Zions Travellers: Being an Attempt to Remove Various Stumbling blocks Out of the Way, Relating to Doctrinal Experimental, and Practical Religion Bristol: Printed by William Pine. Sold by Buckland and Keith, in London; T. Evans, T. Mills, &c. in Bristol, 1781.
*_________. Help to Zion’s Travellers:
Being an Attempt to Remove Various Stumbling blocks Out of the Way Relating to
Doctrinal Experimental, and Practical Religion. First American
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*Hill, Thomas. The Good Old Way, Gods Way, to Soule-Refreshing Rest: Discovered in a Sermon Preached to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior and Court of Aldermen of the Citie of London, at their Anniversary Meeting on Wednesday in Easter Weeke at Christ-Church, Apr. 24. 1644. being the day of the Monethly Publike Fast. By Thomas Hill B. D. Pastor of Tychmersh in Northampton shire. Imprimatur, Charles Herle. London: Printed by Ric. Cotes, for John Bellamie and Philemon Stephens, 1644.
*Hindmarsh, D. Bruce. John Newton and the English Evangelical Tradition: Between the Conversions of Wesley and Wilberforce. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1996.
**[D. 6. 44] Horne, George. Christ and the Holy Ghost the supporters of the spiritual life. And repentance the forerunner of faith. : Two sermons preached before the University of Oxford, the former at St. Mary's, on Sunday, Apr. 13. The latter in St. Mary Magdalen College chappel, on St. John Baptist's day, 1755. By George Horne, M.A. and Fellow of that college. Oxford : Printed at the Theatre for S. Parker; and sold by J. Rivington in St. Paul's Church Yard, and E. Withers at the Seven Stars in Fleet-Street, London, 
*Howe, John. The Carnality of Religious Contention. In Two Sermons Preach'd at the Merchant's Lecture in Broadstreet. By John Howe, Minister of the Gospel. London: Printed by J. A. for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns at the Lower End of Cheap-side near Mercer's Chappel [sic], 1693.
**[C. 9. 32] Hurd, Richard. An Introduction to the Study of the Prophecies Concerning the Christian Church; and, in Particular, Concerning the Church of Papal Rome : In Twelve Sermons, Preached in Lincoln's-Inn-Chapel, at the Lecture of the Right Reverend William Warburton Lord Bishop of Gloucester. By Richard Hurd, D.D. Preacher to the Honourable Society of Lincoln's-Inn. London : Printed by W. Bowyer and J. Nichols: for T. Cadell, in the Strand, MDCCLXXII. .
*Ivimey, Joseph. The Life of Mr. John Bunyan, Minister of the Gospel at Bedford; In Which is Exemplified the Power of Evangelical Principles. London:Printed by R. Edwards, Crane-Court, Fleet-Street; For Button, and Burditt, Paternoster-Row; Maxwell and Wilson, Skinner-Street; Otridge, and Bagster, Strand; Gardiner, Princes-Street, Cavendish-Street; Taylor, Mile-End; and Miller, Chancery Lane, 1809.
*James, John Angell. The True Christian, Exemplified in a Series of Addresses from a Pastor to His Own People. New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1854.
*Jones, William. The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity Proved by Above an Hundred Short and Clear Arguments, Expressed in Terms of the Holy Scripture, Compared after a Manner Entirely New, and Digested, under the Four Following Titles: 1. The Divinity of Christ. 2. The Divinity of the Holy Ghost. 3. The Plurality of Persons. 4. The Trinity in Unity. with a Few Reflection, Occasionally Interspersed, upon Some of the Arian Writers, Particularly Dr. S. Clarke: To Which is Added, A Letter to the Common People, in Answer to Some Popular Arguments against the Trinity. By the Late William Jones, M.A. F.R.S. Rector of Paston, in Northamptonshire, and Minister of Nayland, in Suffolk. The Eleventh Edition. London: Printed for C. and J. Rivington. Booksellers to teh Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; St. Paul's Church-Yard, and Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall, 1824.
The Center's copy is bound with [Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge]. Charges Delivered to Missionaries, of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, at Different Periods, on their Departing for their Several Missions; Together with their Replies to the General Board of the Society. London: Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington, Booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; 62, St. Paul's Church-yard and 3, Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall, 1822.
--Myron C. Noonkester
*Keach, Benjamin. Tropologia: A Key to Open Scripture Metaphors, in Four Books. To Which are Prefixed Arguments to Prove the Divine Authority of the Holy Scriptures... Together With Types of the Old Testament. London: Printed by J. W. Pasham, Black-Friars: For William Otridge, No. 134, and James Matthews, No. 18, in the Strand, 1779.
*Lamont, William M. Marginal Prynne, 1600-1669. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1963.
*______________. Godly Rule: Politics and Religion, 1603-1660. London: Macmillan, 1969.
*______________. Richard Baxter and the Millennium: Protestant Imperialism and the English Revolution. London: Croom Helm, 1979.
*______________. Puritanism and Historical Controversy. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996.
Law, William. A Practical Treatise upon Christian Perfection. London: , 1726.
___________. A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life. Adapted to the State and Condition of All Orders of Christians. By William Law, A. M. London: , 1729.
*___________. A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life. Adapted to the State and Condition of All Orders of Christians. By William Law, A. M. The Eighth Edition. Dublin: Printed for W. and H. Whitestone, No. 29, Capel-Street, 1779.
____________. The Case of Reason, or Natural Religion, Fairly and Fully Stated. In Answer to a Book Entitul'd, Christianity as Old as the Creation. London: , 1731.
____________. A Short but Sufficient Confutation of the Reverend Dr. Warburton's Projected Defence (As He Calls It) Of Christianity, In His Divine Legation of Moses. In a Letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London. London: , 1757.
**[D. 6. 44]Lloyd, John. The Well-spring of Life Opened in Christ : or, an Invitation to Thirsty Souls, to Come and to Take the Water of Life Freely. A Sermon Preached on February 24, 1768, to a Society of the Children of God at Hampstead, near London ... By John Lloyd. ... London : Printed by M. Lewis : And sold by William Otridge : And by the author, at Mr Kirk's, Norton-Falgate, 1768.
*Marsden, George M. Jonathan Edwards: A Life. New Haven; Yale University Press, 2003.
Marsden suggests (315) that "exclusivist-conversionist Christianity" and "inclusivist Protestant nationalism" furthered a "revolutionary world missionary movement." Marsden discusses (330ff.) the relationship between Edwards and Brainerd. Edwards (389) did not have a high regard for Amerindian languages, which he considered "extremely barbarous and barren." Marsden's comments (440) on how Edwards treated theological issues concerning "free will" are valuable.
--Myron C. Noonkester
*[Newton, John]. An Authentic Narrative of Some Remarkable and Interesting Particulars in the Life of ********. Communicated in a Series of Letters to the Reverend Mr. Haweis, Rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire; And by Him (at the Request of Friends) Now Made Public. The Fourth Edition. London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church Yard, 1775.
*[Newton, John]. Twenty-Six Letters on Religious Subjects[.] By Omicron. To Which are now Added Fourteen Letters By the Same Author, Formerly Published under the Signature of Vigil; And Three Fugitive Pieces in Verse. London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Churchyard, 1793.
*Newton, John. Forty-One Letters on Religious Subjects Originally Published Under the Signatures Omicron and Vigil. London: Printed for James Nisbet, 1825.
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*Nicholls, Bruce J. “The Theology of William Carey.” Evangelical Review of Theology 17 (1993):369-80. [electronic edition]
*Nuttall, Geoffrey F. Calendar of the Correspondence of Philip Doddridge DD (1702-1751). Historical Manuscripts Commission J[oint] P[ublication] 26. [Northants Record Society Vol. XXIX]. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, .
Okely, Francis. Twenty one Discourses or Dissertations upon the Augsburg-Confession ... Deliver'd by the Ordinary of the Brethren's Churches before the Seminary. To which is prefixed, a Synodal Writing Relating to the Same Ssubject. Translated from the High Dutch, by F. Okeley. [By Count N. L. von Zinzendorf.]. London: J. Beecroft, 1753.
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____________. The Nature and Necessity of the New Creature in Christ : Stated and Described, According to he Art's [sic] Experience and True Practice. By Joanna Eleonora de Merlau. Translated from the German, by Francis Okely. ... London : Printed for the editor ; And sold by M. Lewis ; also by J. Lacy and R. Smith, a Northampton, 1772.
____________. A Seasonable and Salutary Word, Humbly Offered to the Wise in Heart, through the Re-publication of a Late Tract, Entituled, The Love-Conquest, or, the Little Strength of Philadelphia. Together with a Few Other Choice Extracts from Different Pieces of the Same and Two Other Authors. [Edited by Francis Okely.]. London: M. Lewis, 1774.
____________. Seasonably Alarming and . Exhilarating Truths Respecting the Nature and Design of Christ's Passion . and Concerning the Fallen and Apostate Condition of Universal Christendom in these Last Days. In a Metrical Version of Certain Select Passages Taken from the Works of W. Law . By an Ardent Expectant of the Unparading Kingdom of God, [Francis Okely] etc. London: , 1774.
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____________. The Distinguished Pre-eminence of the Son of Man Exhibited in a Series of Very Striking Particulars, Taken Out of the Sacred Records, and Reduced into the Form of a Hymn. Wherein is also Included, a Summary Detail of All Our Saviour's Miracles. Attempted by Francis Okely ... Northampton : Printed by Thomas Dicey for the author; and sold there by him, and by T. Burnham: and in London by M. Lewis, 1776.
____________. Memoirs of the Life, Death, Burial and Wonderful Writings of Jacob Behmen. Northampton : Printed by Tho. Dicey for the translator, and for J. Lackington, London. Sold also at Bristol by T. Mills, and at Leeds by J. Binns, 1780.
____________. The Divine Visions of John Engelbrecht, A Lutheran Protestant, Whom God Sent from the Dead to be a Preacher of Repentance and Faith to the Christian World. Northampton: , 1780.
____________. A Display of God's Wonders, Done upon the Person and Appearing in the Life and Divine Experiences of John Engelbrecht of Brunswic : being an Epistle in Verse Composed upon his Name's Day, June 24, 1638. Northampton : Printed by Thomas Dicey, for the translator ..., 1780.
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____________. A Faithful Narrative of God's Gracious Dealings with Hiel [i.e. Hendrik Jansen.] ... Now first ... Englished from the High-Dutch ... by F. Okely.. Northampton: , 1781.
____________. The Disjointed Watch, Or Truth Rent Asunder and Divided: A Similitude, Attempted in Metre. Northampton, 1783.
____________. Certain Select Passages of the New Testament, Metrically Paraphrased. Northampton : Printed by Tho. Dicey and Co. for the author : and sold by J. Lackington, J. Denis and Son, London; T. Mills, Bristol; and J. Binns, Leeds, 1783.
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*_________. Religious Exercises Recommended: Or Discourses on Secret and Family Worship, and the Religious Observation of the Lord's Day. With Two Discourses on the Heavenly State, Considered under the Idea of a Sabbath. By Job Orton, The Second Edition. Shrewsbury; Printed by J. Eddowes; and Sold by J. Buckland and T. Longman, in Pater-Noster-Row, London, 1772.
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*Plutarch's Lives. Translated from the Greek by Several Hands. To which is Prefixt the Life of Plutarch. The First Volume. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1683.
*Preston, John. Sermons Preached Before his Maiestie, and upon Other Speciall Occasions. Viz. 1 The Pillar and Ground of Truth, in 1 Tim.3.15. page 1. 2 The New Life, 1 John 5.12. page 27. 3 A Sensible Demonstration of the Deity, Isa.64.4. page 59. 4 Exact Walking, Ephes. 5. 15. page 97. 5 Samuels Support of Sorrowfull Sinners, in 1 Sam.12. ver.20 ,21, 22. page 125. By the Late Faithfull and Worthy Minister of Iesus Christ, John Preston, Dr. in Divinity, Chaplaine in Ordinary to his Majesty, Master of Emanuel, College in Cambridge, and Sometimes Preacher of Lincolnes Inne. The Fourth Impression, Corrected and Amended. London: Printed for James and BOler and Joane Greene, and are to be Sold at rthe Mrigold in Pauls Church-yard, 1634.
In "The Pillar and Ground of Truth," (p. 10) Preston refers to "the fanaticall fancies of the Anabaptists."
--Myron C. Noonkester
*Robertson, Frederick. W. "Christianity and Hindooism." In Sermons Preached at Brighton. New edition. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, .
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*Roxborogh, John. "The Legacy of Thomas Chalmers." International Bulletin of Missionary Research 23 (October 1999):170-76 [electronic edition].
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This article originally appeared in Enlightenment and Dissent XIX (2000).
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
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*Spinckes, Nathaniel. The Sick Man Visited; and Furnish'd with Instructions, Meditation and Prayers, Suitable to his Condition, for Putting him in Mind of his Change, for Supporting him under His Distemper, and for Preparing him for, and Carrying him Through his Last Conflict with Death. By N. Spinckes, a Presbyter in the Church of England. London: Printed by J. N. for W. Freeman, at the Bible against the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleet-street, 1712..
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*Stewart, Kenneth J. "Calvinism and Missions: The Contested Relationship Revisited." Themelios 34/1 (2009):63-78 [electronic edition].
Stewart correctly contextualizes Carey into the larger eighteenth century missionary movement Stewart identifies as the "Early Protestant Transoceanic Mission."
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.
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*Taylor, Jeremy. XXVIII Sermons Preached at Golden Grove; Being for the Summer Half-Year, Beginning on Whit-Sunday, And Ending on the XXV Sunday after Trinity. Together with a Discourse of the Divine Institution, Necessity, Sacredness and Separation of the Office Minsteriall. By Jer. Taylor, D. D. London: Printed by R. N. For Richard Royston at the Angel in Ivie Lane, 1651.
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