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CHARLES HADDON SPURGEON COLLECTION

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WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE

LIBERTY, MISSOURI

Authority for inclusion in this bibliography comes from one of the following:

  • Brook, Benjamin. The Lives of the Puritans. London: Printed for James Black, 1813. 3 v.
  • Kistler, Don. Puritan scholar.
  • Marsden, John Buxton. The History of the Early Puritans. 2nd ed. London: Hamilton, Adams & co., 1853
  • Marsden, John Buxton. The History of the Later Puritans. 2nd ed. London: Hamilton, Adams & Co., 1854.
  • New Catholic Encyclopedia. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1967. v.11

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As1
ADAMS, Thomas fl 1612-1653.
An exposition upon the second epistle general of St. Peter...London: Bohn, 1848. Revised and corrected by James Sherman.
252
Ad1
ADAMS, Thomas fl 1612-1653.
Works. Being the sum of his sermons, meditations, & other divine & moral discourses with memoir by Joseph Angus, 3v...Edinburgh:Nichol, 1861-2.
221.7
f Ai 1
AINSWORTH, Henry 1571-1623.
Annotations upon the booke of Psalmes...London: Parson, 1639.
221.7
f Ai l
AINSWORTH, Henry 1571-1623.
Annotations upon the first book of Moses called Genesis; compared with the Greeke & Chaldee versions... London, Parson, 1639.
240
Ai 6
AINSWORTH, Henry 1571-1623.
Communion of saints. A treatise of the fellowship that the faithful have with God, and his angels, and one with another in this present life... n.p., 1628. Bound with: An arrow against idolatrie, Taken out of the quiver of the Lord of Hosts.
221.7
f Ai l
AINSWORTH, Henry 1571-1623.
Solomons song of songs, in English metre... London, Parsons, 1639.
227.6
Ai 7
AIRAY, Henry.
Lectures upon the whole Epistle of St. Paul to the Phillippians, delivered in St. Peter's church in Oxford... Edinburgh, Nichol, 1864.
234
Al5a
ALLEINE, Joseph
[An Alarm to uncoverted sinners...whereunto are annexed Divers practical cases of conscience judiciously resolv'd. s.1., s.n.]
234
Al 5
ALLEINE, Joseph.
(A) sure guide to heaven... London, Parkhurst, 1700.
252
Aw
ALLEINE, Richard.
Conquered, or a believers victory over the world. Laid upon in several sermons on I John 5:4... London, 1668.
234.2
A
ALLEINE, Richard.
Heaven opened, or a brief and plain discovery of the riches of God's covenant of grace.
Title page missing.
252
Al 54
ALLEINE, Richard.
Vindicie Pietatis: or a vindication of godliness...London, n.p., 1663.
208
f Am 1
AMBROSE, Issac.
Complete works... London, Reynolds, 1674.
234
Am l
AMBROSE, Issac.
Looking unto Jesus; a view of the everlasting gospel... London, Mottershed, 1658.
234.4
Am F
AMBROSE, Issac.
Prima: The first things, in reference to the middle and last things... London, Webb, 1659
.
227.9
Am 36
AMES, William 1576-1633.
Analytical exposition of both epistles of the Apostle Peter...London, Rothwell, 1641.
230
Am 3
AMES, William 1576-1633.
Marrow of sacred divinity... London, Griffin, 1642.
223.2
Am 3
AMESIO, Guilielmo.
Lectiones in omnes Psalmos Davidis... London, Kembe, 1647. Bound with Vtriusque epistolae divi petri apostoli
.
227.86
At 8
ATTERSOLL, William.
Commentarie upon the Epistle of Saint Paule to Philemon... London, Jaggard, 1612.
222.14
At 8
ATTERSOLL, William.
(A) commentarie upon the fourth booke of Moses, called Numbers... London, jaggard, 1618.
942
f B 17
BAKER, Sir Richard, Kt.
(A) chronicle of the Kings of England from the time of the Roman government unto the death of King James... London, Sawbridge, 1670.
223.2
B 17
BAKER, Sir Richard, Kt.
Meditations and disquisitions upon the first psalm; the penitential psalms; and seven consolatory psalms... London, Higham, 1882.
208
B 19
BALE, John 1495-1563 bp. of Ossory.
Select works of John Bale...edited for the Parker society by the Rev. Henry Christmas... Cambridge, University Press, 1849.
234.2
B 19
BALL, John 1585-1640.
Treatise of faith, divided into two parts... London, Miller, 1632. 2nd ed.
227.84
B 24
BARLOW, John.
Exposition of the first and second chapters of the latter Epistle of the Apostle Paul to Timothie... London, R.Y., 1632.
239
B 31
BATES, William.
Considerations of the existence of God, 2nd ed... London, Aylmer, 1677.
231.4
B 31
BATES, William.
Harmony of the divine attributes... London, Seeley, 1825.
208
f B 31
BATES, William.
Works, 2nd ed... London, 1723.
250
B 33
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
Hints & helps for ministers... abridged from "Reformed pastor."... Dublin, n.d.
245
B 33P
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
Poetical fragments... London, Pickering, 1821.
250
B 33r
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
(The) reformed pastor; the duty of personal instruction and catechising... London, Buckland, 1766.
251
B 33
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
(The) reformed pastor; the duty of personal instruction and catechising... abridged and revised, NY, Am Tract Soc., 1829.
B
q B33s
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
Reliquise baxterianae: or, Mr. Richard Baxter's narrative of the most memorable passage of his life & times...from his own original manuscript by Matthew Sylvester...London, Parkhurst, 1696.
234
B 33
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
(The) saints everlasting rest...8th ed... London, Underhill, 1659.
234
B 336
BAXTER, Richard 1615-1691.
(The) saints everlasting rest...11th ed...London, Tyton, 1677.
227.7
B34
BAYNE, Paul.
(A) commentarie upon the first and second chapters of Saint Paul to the Colossians... London, Badger, 1634.
227.5
q B34
BAYNE, Paul.
(An) entire commentarie upon the whole epistle of the apostle Paul to the Ephesians... London, M.F., 1645.
208
B389
BECON, Thomas 1512-1567.
Catechism...with other pieces written by him in the reign of King Edward the
6th ed. for the Parker society by Rev. John Ayre... Cambridge, University Press,
1943.
208
B388
BECON, Thomas 1512-1567.
Early works...being the treatises published by him in the reign of King Henry VIII, ed. for the Parker society by Rev. John Ayre... Cambridge, University Press, 1843.
208
B 388p
BECON, Thomas 1512-1567.
Prayers and other pieces...ed. for the Parker society by Rev. John Ayre... Cambridge, University Press, 1844,
224.8
B43
BENEFIELD, Sebastian 1559-1630.
Commentary or exposition on...Amos. Delivered in XXI sermons in the parish church of Meysey Hampton in the diocesse of Glochester...London, Hauiland, 1629.
224.91
q ST6
BERNARD, Richard.
Ruth's reconpence... Edinburgh, Nichol, 1865. (in STOCK, Richard. Commentary on the prophecy of Malachi, 1865.)
242
B47
BIFIELD, Nicholas.
The promises, or a treatise shewing how a godly Christian may support his heart with comfort. 1647.
252
B51
BINNING, Hugh.
Fellowship with God. Edin. Glen. 1671.
227.1
B51
BINNING, Hugh.
The sinners sanctuary. Edin. Swintown. 1670.
208
B51
BINNING, Hugh.
Works. Ed.4. Edinburgh. 1858.
226.2
B56
BLACKWOOD, Christopher.
Exposition upon the ten first chapters of the gospel of Jesus Christ. London, Hills, 1659.
252
B 63d
BOLTON, Robert 1631-1672.
A discourse about the state of true happiness. ed.7. London, Legatt, 1638.
236
B63
BOLTON, Robert 1631-1672.
Last & learned worke of the foure last things, death, judgement, hell & heaven... London, Miller, 1632.
240
B639
BOLTON, Robert 1631-1672.
Saints soule-exalting humiliation... London, Haviland, 1634.
240
B638
BOLTON, Robert 1631-1672.
Some general directions for a comfortable walking with God... London, Legatt, 1634.
240
B638
BOLTON, Robert 1631-1672.
Same. London, Relig. Tract Soc., 1837.
208
B63
BOLTON, Robert
Works... London, Miller, 1614.
225.7
q B71
BOYS, John
An exposition of the dominicall Epistles & Gospels used in our English liturgie. Lond. Badger. 1638.
227.82
B72
BRADSHAW, William 1571-1607.
Plaine and pithy exposition of the second epistle to the Thessalonicans... London, Griffin, 1620.
228
B76
BRIGHTMAN, Thomas 1562-1607.
The Revelation of St. John illustrated with an analysis and scholions. ed.4... London, Cartwright, 1644.
208
B79
BROOKES, Thomas
Complete works. Ed. with a memoir, by Rev. A.B. Grosart. 6v. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1866-67.
252
B7917
BROOKES, Thomas
An arke for all God's Noahs in a gloomy stormy day. Lond. Hancock. 1662.
252
B79
BROOKES, Thomas
An ark for all God's Noahs in a gloomy stormy day. Lond. Cripps. 1662.
234.5
B88
BUNYAN, John.
Acceptable sacrifice; or, the excellency of a broken heart... London, Blackes, 1873.
240
B88c
BUNYAN, John.
Come & welcome to Jesus Christ; a plain & profitable dicourse on John VI, 37... London, Blackie, 1873.
234
B88
BUNYAN, John.
Greatness of the soul, & unspeakable of the loss thereof; with the causes of the losing it... London, Blackie, 1873.
823.4
B88h
BUNYAN, John.
(The) holy war... Edinburgh, Stevenson, n.d.
244
B88
BUNYAN, John.
Jerusalem sinner saved or good news for the vilest of men... London, Religious Tract Soc., 1886.
230.7
B88
BUNYAN, John.
Justification by an imputed righteousness... London, Blackie, 1873.
226.8
B88
BUNYAN, John.
(The) parable of the Pharisee and Publican... Aberdeen, King, n.d.
823.4
B885
BUNYAN, John.
Pilgrim's progress... Edinburgh, Stevenson, n.d.
823.4
B88Jp
BUNYAN, John.
Pilgrim's progress... Tr. by Rev. W.J. White, n.p.n.d. (in Japanese).
823.4
B88
BUNYAN, John.
(The) pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. Edited for hte Hanserd Knollys society with an introductin by George Offor... London, Haddon, 1847.
823.4
B886w
BUNYAN, John.
Works. Being several discourses upon various divine subjects, ed. 2... London, garnder, 1736. 2v.
823.4
B886
BUNYAN, John.
Works, with an introduction to each treatise, notes, &
a sketch of his life, times, & contemporaries. 3v... London, Blackie, 1856.
292
B91
BURGESS, Anthony.
Spirituall refinings; in two parts. Ed. 2. Lond. Streater. 1658.
234.7
B91
BURGESS, Anthony.
True doctrine of justification asserted and vincdicated. Lond. Miller. 1651.
230.7
B91
BURGESS, Anthony.
Vindicae legis. Lond. Young. 1646.
226.5
B91
BURGESS, Anthony.
CXLV espository sermons upon the whole 17th chapter of the gospel according to St. John. Lond. Miller. 1656.
234.1
B91
BURGESS, Daniel.
Characters of a Godly man. Lond. Parkhurst. 1691.
179
B91
BURGESS, Daniel.
Foolish talking and jesting described and condemned. Lond. Bell. 1694.
252
B91g
BURGESS, Daniel.
The golden snuffers; Lond. Darby. 1697.
179.8
B91
BURGESS, Daniel.
Hastiness unto anger described and disgraced. Lond. Robinson. 1698.
233.2
B91
BURGESSE, Anthony.
The doctrine of original sin, asserted and vindicated against the old and new adveraries thereof, both Socinians, Papists, Arminians and Anabaptists. Lond. Miller. 1659
227.3
fB9l
BURGESSE, Anthony.
An expository comment, doctrinal, controversal & practical upon the whole first chapter of the Second Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians. Lond. A.M. 1661.
227.2
qB9l
BURGESSE, Anthony.
Scripture directory for church-officers and people. Lond. Miller. 1659.
222.14
B 94
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Excellency of a gracious spirit...London, Dawlman, 1639. Bound with, "Moses, his self-denial."
224.6
B 945
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Exposition with practical observations continued upon the eighth, ninth, and tenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea...London, Cale, 1650.
224.6
B 94
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Exposition of the propesie of Hosea...London, Dawlman, 1643-51. 4 volumes, (#3 missing).
252
B 945g
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Gospel reconciliation...London, Cole, 1657.
230
B 94
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Gospel conversation...London, Cole, 1653.
252
B 945
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Gospel-worship...London, Cole, 1653.
252
B 945i
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Irenicum, to the lovers of truth and peace...London, Dawlman, 1653.
227.87
B 94
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Moses, his choice. London, Ratcliffe, 1660.
226.2
B 94
BURROUGHS, Jeremiah 1599-1646.
Saints' happiness...Edinburgh, Nichol, 1867.
252
B 95
BURTON, William.
Certain questions and answers concerning the attribute of God...London, Rivington, 1602.
227.92
f B99
BYFIELD, Nicholas 1579-1622.
Commentary upon the three first chapters of the first epistle general of St. Peter...London, Flesher, 1637.
227.7
B 99
BYFIELD, Nicholas 1579-1622.
Exposition upon the epistle to the Collossians...Edinburgh, Nichol, 1869.
244
B 47
BYFIELD, Nicholas 1579-1622.
(The) Marrow of the Oracles of God...London, Legatt, 1633. ed. 9.
283
C 16
CANNE, John.
Necessity of seperation from the church of England proved by the nonconformists principles...London, Haddon, 1849. Edited by Charles Stovel.
233.2
C 17
CAPEL, Richard 1586-1656.
Tentations: Their nature, anger, and cure...London, Bartlet, 1655.
226.2
C 24
CARTER, John.
A plaine and compendious exposition of Christ's sermon on the mount...London, Man, 1627.
227.6
Ai 7
CARTWRIGHT, Thomas.
Commentary upon the Epistle of St. Paul written to the Colossians...Edin., Nichol, 1864. In Airay lecture upon the whole epistle of St. Paul.
223.6
C 25
CARYL, Joseph.
Exposition with practical observation upon...the book of Job. Lond. 1647-66.
223.1
C 25
CARYL, Joseph.
Exposition with practical observation upon...the book of Job.
227.8L
C 26
CASE, Thomas.
Mount Pisgah. Lond. Milbourn. 1670.
270.2
C 31
CAVE, Rev. William, D.D.
Primitive Christianity. London. Chiswel. 1682.
230
C 382
CHARNOCK, Stephen.
Complete Works. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1864-66.
232.4
C 38
CHARNOCK, Rev. Stephen.
Discourses on Christ Crucified. Lond. Religious tract society. 1837.
231.4
C 38
CHARNOCKE, Stephen.
Discourses upon the Existence and Attrubutes of God. Lond. Bohn. 1849.
230
fc38
CHARNOCKE, Stephen.
Several Discourses upon the Existence and Attributes of God. 2v. Lond. Newman. 1682.
252
C 56
CLARKSON, David.
Practical works. 3v. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1864.
248
C 63
COBBET, Thomas 1608-1685.
Practical discourse of prayer...London, R.T., 1657.
231.5
C 68
COLLINGES, Rev. John, D.D.
Several discourses concerning the actual providence of God. Lond. Parkhurst. 1671.
234.1
C 69
COLLINGS, John.
(A) cordial for a faining soule. Lond. Tomlins. 1652.
252
C 69
COLLINS, John.
Five lessons for a Christian to learn. Lond. Rich. 1650.
227.94
g C82
COTTON, John 1584-1652.
(A) practical Commentary... London, S.I., 1656.
252
C 82
COTTON, John 1584-1652.
(The) way of life... London, Fawne, 1641.
208
C 837r
COVERDALE, Myles.
Remains of Myles Coverdale, Bishop of Exeter... Cambridge, University Press, 1846.
240
W 49
COVERDALE, Myles.
(A) Spiritual and Most Precious Pearl... London, Tegg, n.d.
208
C837
COVERDALE, Myles.
Writings and Translations... Cambridge, University Press, 1844.
252
C 46
CRISP, Samuel c. 1704.
Christ made sin, exemplified in several scriptures, 1689.
252
C868
CRISP, Rev. Tobias, D.D.
Christ Alone Exalted, in the Perfection and Encouragement of the Saints. Lond. Bennett. 1832. 2 v.
244
qC 88
CROOK, Samuel.
Divine Characters in Two Parts. Lond. Byfield. 1658.
240
C89
CULVERWEL, Nathanael. d.1651.
(An) elegant an dlearned discourse of the light of nature, with several other treatises. Lond. Rothwell. 1654.
227.87
D 36
DERRING, Edward.
Prelections upon certain of the first chapters of the epistle to the Hebrews. Lond. 1590.
223.2
D 569
DIKE, Daniel.
Comfortable sermons upon the CXXIIII Psalme. Being thankful remembrances for God's wonderful deliverance of us from the late gunpowder-treason. Lond. Beale. 1635.
240
D 72
DOOLITTLE, Rev. Thomas.
Love to Christ, necessary to escape the curse at His coming. Lond. Religious tract society. 1839.
220.7
f An 7
DOWNAME, John. d.1682.
Annotations upon all the books of the Old and New Testament. Lond. Legatt. 1651. 2 v.
252
D 93c
DURANT, John. b. 1620.
(A) cluster of grapes taken out of the basket of the women of Canaan. Or, counsel and comfort for beleeving soules...being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Matthew 15. from verse 22 to verse 29. Lond. n.d.
252
D931
DURANT, John
Sips of sweetness; or, consolation for weak believers. ... Lond. Gilbertson. 1652.
224.2
q D93
DURHAM, Rev. James.
Christ crucified; pr, the marrow of the gospel evidently set forth in LXXII sermons on the whole 53rd chapter of Isaiah. Ed. 4. Lond. Ward. 1723.
223.9
D 93
DURHAM, James.
Clavis Cantici: or, an expositio of the song of Solomon. Lond. Newman. 1669.
228
q D93
DURHAM, James.
Commentarie upon the book of Revelation. Amsterdam. Fredericksz. 1660.
223.1
D93
DURHAM, James.
(An) exposition of the whole book of Job... Glasgow. Bryce. 1759.
222.16
D 93
DURHAM, James.
(The) law unsealed; or a practical expositio of the ten commandments. ... Edinburgh. Anderson. 1676.
234.5
D99
DYKE, Daniel. d. 1614.
Mystery of selfe-deceiving: or, a discourse and discovery of the deceitfulnesse of man's heart. Lond. Stansby. 1634.
226.5
D 98
DYKE, Daniel.
Sixe evangelical histories, of water turned into wine, the temple's purgation, Christ & Nichodemus, John's last testimonie, Christ, and the woman of Samaria, the ruler's sonnes healing. Lond. Milbourne. 163?
171.6
D98
DYKE, Jeremiah. 1584-1639.
Good conscience, or, a treatise shewing the nature, meanes, markes, benefit, and necessitie thereof. Lond. Mythous. 1632.
240
D99
DYKE Jeremiah.
Of quenching, and not quenching of the spirit. Lond. Paine. 1640.
234
D99
DYKE, Jeremiah.
(The) righteous mans tower. Or, the way to be safe in case of danger. Lond. Rothwell. 1639.
265.3
D 99
DYKE, Jeremiah.
(A) worthy communicant: or, a treatise shewing the due order of receiving the sacrament of the Lord's supper. Lond. Macock. 1657.
234.7
Ea 8
EATON, John. fl. 1619.
Honey-combe of free justificatio by Christ alone. collected out of the meere authorities of scripture, and common and unanimous consent fo the faithful interpreters and dispensers of God's mysteries upon the same, especially as they expressed the excellency of free justification. Lond. Lancaster. 1642.
234.3
Ed 9
EDWARDS, Jonathan.
History of redemption, on a plan entirely original: exhibitin the gradual discovery and accomplishment of the Divine purposes in the salvatio of man; including a comprehensive view of church history, & the fulfillment of scripture prophecies... with the life and experience of the author. Bungay. Morris. 1821.
208
Ed 96
EDWARDS, Jonathan.
Selections fr. the unpublished writings. Ed. fr. the original mss., with facsimilies & an introduction, by Rev. A.B. Grosart. n.p. 1865.
227.7
qE 18
ELTON, Edward.
Exposition of the Epistles of Saint Paul to the Colossians, delivered in sundry sermons. Lond. Kyngston. 1620.
227.1
qe18
ELTON, Edward.
Three excellent & pious treatises. viz. 1. the complaint of a sanctified sinner. 2. the triumph of a true chrisitan. 3. the great mystery of godliness opened. In Sunday sermons, upon the whole seventh, eight, & ninth chapters of the Epistle to the Romans. Lond. Meredith. 1653.
252
fF31
FEATLEY, Rev. Daniel.
Clavis mystica: a key opening divers difficult & mysterious texts of Holy Scripture, handled in seventy sermons. Lond. Bourne. 1636.
252.9
qF 31
FEATLY, Daniel, & others.
The house of mourning: furnished with directions for, preparations to, meditations of, consolations at the hour of death... Lond. Dawson. 1660.
250
F 36
FENNER, William.
Christ's alarm to drowsie saints: or, Christ's epistle to his churches. Lond. Rothwell. 1650.
234.5
F 36
FENNER, William.
(The) danger of deferring repentance, discovered in a sermon preached at Maidstone in Kent. Lond. Stafford. n.d.
252
F36
FENNER, William.
(A) treatise of the affections; or, the soule's pulse. Whereby a christian may know whether he is living or dying. Together with a lively description of their nature, signes, and symptomes. Lond. Rothwell. 1642.
252
F36
FENNER,William.
Works. Lond. Gilbertson. 1657.
240
F 51
FIRMAN, Giles.
Real Christian, or a treatise of effectual calling. Lond. Newman. 1670.
240
F61
FLAVEL, John.
Navigation spiritualized; or, a new compass for seamen. Consisting of thirty-two points. Of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections; all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Lond. Baynes. 1802.
208
F61
FLAVEL, Rev. John.
Whole works. 6v. Lond. Baynes.1820.
208
F 617
FLAVEL, Rev. John.
(The) whole works. Ed.2. Lond Nicholson. 1761.
240
F75
FORD, Simon.
(The) spirit of bondage and adoption: largely and practically handled, with reference to the way and manner of working both those effects, and the proper cases of conscience belonging to them both. Lond. Maxey. 1655.
240
F 83
FOX, John.
Time and the end of time: or, two discourses. Lond. Calvert. 1670.
220.5
F 95
FULKE, William. 1538-1589.
Defence of the sincere and true tanslations of the holy scriptures into the English tongue, against the cavils of Gregory Martin. Ed. for the Parker Society by Rev. C.H. Hartshorne. Camb. Univ. Press. 1843.
282
F 957
FULKE, William.
Stapleton's fortress overthrown. A rejoinder to Martiall's reply. A discovery of the dangerous rock of the Popish church commended by Sanders. Ed. for the Parker society by Rev. Richard Gibbings. Camb. University Press. 1848.
244
F 95
FULLER, Thomas. 1608-1661.
(The) cause and cure of a wounded conscience; also, Triana; or, a three-fold romanza, of Mariana, Paduana, and Sabina; ornithologie, or, the speech of birds; and antheologia, or, the speech of flowers. Lond. Tegg. 1867.
244
F 959
FULLER, Thomas.
Good thoughts in bad times; good thoughts in worse times; mixt contemplations in better times. Liverpool. Howell. 1863.
274.2
F 95
FULLER, Thomas.
History of the university of Cambridge, and of Waltham Abbey. With the appeal of injured innocence. Lond. Tegg. 1840.
227.2
F 95
FULLER, Thomas.
Joseph's party-coloured coat: a comment of I Cor. XI., with several sermons: And David's heinous sin, hearty repentance, heavy punishment: a poem. Ed. by William Nichols. Lond. Tegg.. 1867.
227.2
F 95
FULLER, Thomas.
Wit & wisdom. With a brief biography. Lond. Relig. tract soc. 1886.
208
Sm 5
FULLER, Thomas.
Works of Henry Smith; including sermons, treaise, prayers, and poems. 2 v. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1866-1867.
252
f G 22
GATAKER, M. Thomas. 1574-1654.
Certaine sermons first preached, and after published at several times. Lond. Haviland. 1637.
235
G 42
GILPIN, Richard.
Daemonologia Sacra; or, a treatise of Satan's temptations. Lond. Randel. 1677.
235
G426
GILPIN, Richard.
Daemonologia sacra: or, a treatise of Satan's temptations. With memoir by the Rev. Grosart. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1867.
208
f G 63
GOODWIN, Thomas.
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Christian directions shewing how to walk with God all the day long. Lond. Sprint. 1729.
177.7
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Riches increds'd by giving to the poor: or, Surest & safest way of thriving, with recommendatory prefaces by Dr. Owen, Dr. Manton, Dr. Bates, & Mr. Baxter. Lond. Matthews. 1734.
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The whole armour of God.
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Commentary on the whole epistle to the Hebrews, being the substance of thirty years' Wednesday's lectures at Blackfriars, London. 3v. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1866-1867.
220.7
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GOUGE, William.
Exposition on the whole fifth chapter of St. John's gospell: also notes on other choice places of scripture... Lond. Bartlett. 1640.
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GOUGE, William.
Guide to goe to God; or, an explanation of the perfect patterne of prayer, the Lords prayer. Ed.2. Lond. 1636.
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Saint's sacrifice: or, a commentary on Psalm CXVI. Which is a gratulatory Psalm, for deliverance from deadly distress. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1868. (in Smith, Samuel. David's blessed man. 1868.)
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GREENHAM, Richard. 1535?-1594?
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Greenland missions, with biographical sketches of some of the principal converts. Dublin. Religious tract society. 1831.
226.4
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GREW, Rev. Obadiah.
Meditations upon the parable of the prodigal son, being serveral sermons on the fifteenth chapter of St. Luke. Lond. Parkhurst. 1684.
252
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GROSSE, Alexander. 1596-1658.
(The) happines of enjoying, & making a true & speedy use of Christ. Setting forth, first, the fulnes of Christ. Secondly, the danger of neglecting Christ & the opportunity of grace. Thirdly, the Lord Jesus the soules last refuge. All tending to the making of Christ most amiable & glorious in the eyes & most joyous & pleasant, sweet and satisfactory to the soules of all beleeving christians. Lond. Brudenell. 1647.
248
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GURNALL, William.
(The) christian in complete armour; a treatise of the saints' war against the Devil... with a biographical introduction, by Rev. J.C. Ryle. 2v. Lond. Blackie. n.d.
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GURNALL, William.
Christian in complete armour, or, a treatise of the saints war against the Devil... 2v. Smith. 1655.
224.8
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An exposition by way of supplement, on the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth chapters of the prophecy of Amos. Lond. Mortlock. 1661.
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Practical and polemical commentary; or, exposition upon the third and fourth chapters of the latter epistle of St. Paul to Timothy. ... Lond. Tyler. 1658
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HARDY, Rev. Nathanael.
First general epistle of St. John the apostle unfolded and applied. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1865.
252
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Justice triumphing, or, the spoilers spoiled. Laid forth in a gratulatory sermon for the miraculous discovery of, and our glorious delivery from the barbarous powder-plot: preached at Paul's, Nov. 5, 1646. Lond. Webb. 1848.
252
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HARRIS, Robert.
Judas, his miserie. A sermon preached at the universitie of Oxford. Lond. Bartlet. 1653.
252
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HARRIS, Robert.
(A) treatise of the new covenant: delivered sermon-wise upon, Exechiel 11. verse 19, 20. Lond. Bartlet. 1632.
226.2
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HARRIS, Robert.
(The) way to true happiness. Delivered in XXIV sermons upon the beatitudes. Also, a treatise of the new covenant; set forth sermon-wise, on Exechiel the XI. by the same author. Lond. Bartlet. 1632.
225.7
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HENRY, Matthew.
Exposition of the New Testament...with preface by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. 10v. Lond. Jack. n.d.
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HENRY, Matthew.
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HENRY, Matthew.
Pleasantness of a religious life: recommended to the consideration of all, particularly of young people. Glasgow. Chalmers. 1825.
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HEWLETT, Rev. J.
(The) works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A. as published during his life comprising the whole of the two fold volumes, edit. 1734. With a life of the author. 3v. Lond. Tegg. 1848.
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(The) sure mercies of David: or, a second part of heart-treasure. Lond. Parkhurst. 1672.
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HEYWOOD, Oliver.
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HIERON, Samuel. 1576?-1617.
All the sermons. Hereunto are annexed of the same authors, 1. the preachers plea. 2. An answer to Poish rime. 3. The doctrine of the beginning of Christ, in forme of a catechisme. 4. An helpe unto devotion. Lond. Legatt. 1614.
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HIERON, Samuel.
Workes. Lond. Stansby. pref. 1620.
226.5
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HILDERSAM, Arthur. 1563-1632.
CVIII lectures upon the fourth of John. Preached, at Ashby-Delazovch in Leicester-shire. Lond. Miller. 1632.
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HILDERSAM, Arthur.
CLII lectures upon Psalme LI. Lond. Miller. 1635.
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HILDERSAM, Arthur.
Doctrine of fasting, and prayer, and humiliation for sinne. Delivered in Sunday sermons at the fast appointed by publike authority, in the yeare 1625. Lond. Brewster. 1636.
226.5
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HOOKER, Thomas. 1586-1647.
Comment upon Christ's last prayer in the seventeenth of John. Wherein is opened, the union beleevers have with god and Christ, and the glorious priviledges thereof. Lond. Cole. 1656.
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(The) poore doubting christian drawne to Christ. Wherein the maine letts and hindrances which keeps men from comming to Christ are discovered. Ed.4. Lond. Dawlman. 1637.
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Saints dignitie, and duty. Together with the danger of ignorance and hardness. Lond. Eglesfield. 1651.
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Soule's exaltation. A treatise containing the soules union with Christ, on I. Cor. 6:17. The soules benefit from union with Christ, on I. Cor. 1:30. The soules justification, on II Cor. 5:21. Lond. Haviland. 1638.
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Soules implantation. A treatise containing, the broken heart, on Esay 57:15, The preparation of the heart, on Luke 1:17, the soules ingrassing into Christ, on Mal. 3:1. Spiritual love and joy, on Gal. 5:22. Lond. Young. 1637.
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Soules preparation for Christ. Or, a treatise of contrition wherein is discovered how God breakes the heart, and wounds the soule, in the conversion of a sinner to himself. Lond. Allot. 1635.
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HORTON, Rev. Thomas.
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227.1
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HORTON, Rev. Thomas.
Forty six sermons upon the whole eighth chapter of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Romans. Lond. Maxwell. 1674.
252
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HORTON, Rev. Thomas.
One hundred sermons upon several texts; fifty upon the old testament, & fifty upon the new. Lond. Parkhurst. 1679.
222.1
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HUGHES, George.
(An) analytical exposition of the whole first book of Moses called Genesis, & of twenty three chapters of his second book called Exodus. 1672.
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HUTCHESON, George.
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223.1
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HUTCHESON, George.
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223.2
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HUTCHESON, George.
Forty-five sermons upon the CXXX psalm. Edinburgh. Hart. 1691.
240
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JANEWAY, James. 1636?-1674.
Heaven upon earth; or, Jesus the best friend of man. Lond. Nelson. 1847.
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JENKYN, Rev. William.
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JENKYN, William.
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JESSE, Henry.
(The) exceeding riches of grace advanced by the spirit of grace, in an empty nothing creature, viz. Mris. Sarah Wight, lately hopeles and restles, her soule dwelling far from peace or hopes thereof. Now hopefull, & joyfull in the Lord, that hath caused light to shine out of darknes that in & by this earthly vessell, holds forth his own eternal love, & the glorious grace of Jesus Christ, to the chiefest of sinners. Ed.2. Lond. Simmons. 1647.
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KING, John, Lord bp. of London.
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Lectures upon the twentieth chapter of Exodus, and certaine other places of scripture. Harrison. 1577.
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Foelix consortium; or, a fit of conjuncture of religion & learning. Lond. Adams. 1663.
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(A) treatise of the divine promises. Lond. Miller. 1657.
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Christ's communion with his church militant. Lond. Rothwell. 1650.
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Grace: the truth & growth, & different degrees thereof. Lond. Rothwell. 1657.
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(The) naturall mans case stated: or, an exact map of the little world man, considered in both his capacities, either in the state of nature or grace. Lond. Cotes. 1652.
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Penitent pardoned. A treatise wherein is handled the duty of confession of sin, & the privilege of the pardon of sin. Lond. Rothwell. 1657.
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Remains. Containing his last sixteen sermons, six letters in prison, & his prophecy; in which weakness & strength in grace, areabley defined: with a sketch of his life, & notes on the accomplishment of his predictions, from Cromwell's time, to the present awful crisis. Bungay. Brightly. 1807.
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Essays to do good; addressed to all Christians, whether in public or private capacities. Lond. Dennett. 1807.
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REYNOLDS, Edward.
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REYNOLDS, Rev. Edward.
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SALTMARSH, John.
Sparkles of glory; or, some beams of the morning star: wherein are many discoveries as to truth and peace, to the establishment and pure enlargement of a christian in spirit and truth. Lond. Huntington. 1811.
224.99
Scp 1
SCLATER, Rev. William.
(A) brief, and plain commentary, with notes: Not more useful, than seasonable, upon the whole prophecie of Malachy. Lond. Meredith. 1650.
227..81
Scl
SCLATER, Rev. William.
An exposition with notes upon the first epistle to the Thessalonians. Lond. Stansby. 1619.
227.8
Scl 1
SCLATOR, Rev. William.
Exposition with notes upon the first epistle to the Thessalonians. Lond. Stansby. 1619.
240
Scu 3
SCUDDER, Henry.
Christians daily walk in holy security and peace. Lond. Overton. 1633.
240
Scu 2
SCUDDER, Rev. Henry.
(The) Christian's daily walk in holy security and peace. With an introductory essay, by Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Ed.2. Glasgow. 1834.
252
Se 27 a
SEDGWICK, Obadiah. 1600?-1658.
Anatomy of secret sins, presumptous sins, sins of dominion, and uprightness, wherein divers weighty cases are resolved in relation to all those particulars: delivered in divers sermons. Aberdeen. Chalmers. 1818.
252
q Se 2
SEDGWICK, Rev. Obadiah.
Bowels of tender mercy sealed in the everlasting covenant. Lond. Mottershed. 1661.
228
Se 2
SEDGWICK, Obadiah.
Christ's counsel to his languishing church of Sardis. Or, the dying or decaying christian, with the means and helps of his recovery and strengthening. Lond. Fawn. 1640.
284
Se 27
SEDGWICK, Obadiah.
(The) doubting believer; or, a treatise containing 1. The nature. 2. The kinds. 3. The springs. 4. The remedies of remedies of doubtings incident to weak believers. Lond. Bowtell. 1653.
252
Se 27
SEDGWICK, Obadiah.
(The) fountain opened: & the water of life flowing forth, for the refreshing of thristy sinner... In several sermons preached on Isa. 55, 1,2,3. Lond. Printed by T.R... for Adoniram Byfield. 1657.
234.2
Se 2
SEDGWICK, Obadiah.
(The) humbled sinner resolved what he should do to be saved. Or, faith in the Lord Jesus Christ the only way of salvation for sensible sinners. Lond. Byfield. 1656.
226.8
Se 2
SEDGEWICK, Obadiah.
(The) parable of theprodigal, containing the riotous prodigal, or the sinners aversion from God. Returning prodigal, or the penitents conversion to God. Prodigal's acceptation, or favorable entertainment with God. Lond. Maxwel. 1658.
223.9
Si 1
SIBBES, Richard.
Bowels opened, or a discovery of the neere & deere love, union & communion betwixt Christ & the church, & consequently Him & every beleeving soul. Delivered in divers sermons on the fourth, fifth & sixth chapter of the Canticles. Lond. Edwards. 1639.
208
Si 1
SIBBES, Rev. Richard.
Complete works. Ed. with a memoir by Rev. A.B. Grosart. 7v. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1862-64.
252
f Si 1
SIBBES, Richard.
Saints cordials, as they were delivered in sundry sermons. Lond. Dolman. 1629.
227.3
q Si 1
SIBBS, Richard.
(A) learned commentary or exposition upon the first chapter of the second Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians. Being the substance of many sermons formerly preached at Grayes-Inne, London. Lond. F.L. 1655.
239
Sm 5
SMITH, Henry.
God's arrow against Atheism. Lond. Tegg. n.d.
252
Sm 57
SMITH, Henry.
Sermons. Lond. Kyngston. 1611.
240
St 3a
STEELE, Richard.
Antidote against distractions. n.p. n.d.
240
St 3
STEELE, Richard.
(The) husbandman's calling. Lond. Relig. tract soc. 1841.
224.91
q St 6
STOCK, Richard.
Commentary upon the prophecy of Malachi... whereunto is added an exercitation upon the same prophecy, by Samuel Torshell. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1865.
231
St 16
STOCK, Richard.
Stock of divine knowledge. Being a lively description of the divine nature... The first, shewing us what God is: the second, what we ought to be. Lond. Nevil. 1641.
237.5
St 8
STRONG, William
(The) worm that dyeth not, or, hell torments, in the certainty and eternity of them, plainly discovered in several sermons, preached on Mark chap. the 9th and the 48th v. Lond. T.R. 1672.
208
Sw6
SWINNOCK,George.
Works. 5v. Edinburgh. Nichol. 1868.
234.4
Sw 6
SWINNOCKE, George.
Door of salvation opened by the key of regeneration: or, a treatise containing the nature, necessity, marks and means of regeneration; as also the duty of the regenerate. Ed.2. Lond. Parkhurst. 1664.
234.4
Sw 6 d
SWINNOCKE, George.
(The) door of salvation opened by the key of regeneration... Lond. Parkhurst. 1660.
252
Sy 23
SYDENHAM, Humphrey.
Royall passing-bell: or, Davids summons to the grave. (A) sermon preached in the Parish-church of Orchard Portman in Sommerset. At the funeral of the most hopeful, and truely noble, Sir Hugh Portman... Lond. Stansby. 1630.
240
Sy 6
SYMONDS, Joseph.
Case and cure of deserted soule. Or, a treatise concerning the nature, kinds, degrees, symptomes, causes, cure of, and mistakes about spiritual desertions. Lond. Badger. 1641.
234.2
Sy 6
SYMONDS, Joseph.
No title page. Chapters on salvation.
252
Sy 6
SYMONS, Edward.
Sermons wherein is made a foure-fold discovery; viz. of Ecclesiastical selfe-seeking. A wifemans carriage in evill times. The benefit of christian patience. The right nature and temper of the spirit of the gospel. Lond. Crooke. 1642.
220.6
T 13
TAYLOR, Rev. Thomas.
Christ revealed; or, the old testament explained... Lond. Dawlman. 1635.
228
T 21
TAYLOR, Thomas.
Christs victorie over the dragon: or, Satan's downfall.... In a plain and pithy exposition of the twelfth chapter of St. John's Revelation. Lond. Dawlman. 1633.
227.85
qT21
TAYLOR, Thomas.
Commentary upon the epistle of St. Paul written to Titus. Lond. A.K. 1658.
232.12
f T 21
TAYLOR, Thomas.
Exposition of Christ's temptations, or Christ's combate & conquest: being the lyon of th tribe of Judah, vanquishing the roaring lyon, assaulting him in three most fierce & hellish temptations. Lond. Printed for A.K.& R.I. & are to be sold by Elisha Wallis at the Golden Horse-shooe. 1659.
240
T 218
TAYLOR, Rev. Thomas.
Three treatises: the pearle of the gospell, the pilgrims profession: and a glasse for gentlewomen to dresse themselves by. ... Lond. Bartlet. 1633.
208
q T 218
TAYLOR, Thomas.
Works. Lond. T.R. 1653.
222.3
T 62
TOPSELL, Edward.
(The) reward of religion. Delivered in sundrie lectures upon the booke of Ruth. Lond. Stansby. 1613.
224.7
T 62
TOPSELL, Edward.
Times Lamentation: or, an exposition on the prophet Joel, in sundry sermons or meditations. Lond. Bollifant. 1599.
244
T 63
TORSHELL, Samuell.
(The) hypocrite discovered & cured. The definition, the kindes, the subject, the symptoms of hypocrisie. The prognosticks, the causes, the cure, of hypocrisie. Lond. Bellamy. 1644.
252
T 799
TUCKNEY, Rev. Anthony.
(The) balm of gilead for the wounds of England; applied in a sermon. Camb. Rothwel. 1659.
252
T 79
TUCKNEY, Rev. Anthony.
Forty sermons upon several occasions. Lond. Robinson. 1676.
244
f T 83
TURNER, William.
Compleat history of the most remarkable providences both of judgment & mercy which have hapened in this present age. Lond. Dunton. 1697.
234.9
q T 92
TWISSE, Rev. William.
Riches of Gods love unto the vessells of mercy, consistent with his absolute hatred or reprobation of the vessells of wrath or an answer unto a book entitled Gods love unto mankind, manifested by disproving his absolute decree for their damnation. Oxford. L.L. 1653.
224.1
Ud 2
UDALL, John, d. 1592.
Commentarie upon the lamentations of Jeremy. Lond. Man. 1637.
252
V 72
VINCENT, Nathanael.
Cure of distractions in attending upon God: in several sermons preached from I Cor. 7:35. Lond. Aylmer. 1695.
248
V 74
VINCENT, Nathanael.
Discourse on prayer... Lond. Parkhurst. 1674.
252
V 74
VINCENT, Nathanael.
(A) present for such as have been sick and are recoverd; Or, a discourse concerning the good which comes out of the evil of affliction. Being several sermons, preached after his being raised froma bed of languishing. Lond. Parkhurst. 1693.
242
V 74
VINCENT, Rev. Nathanael.
(The) true touchstone which shews both grace and nature; or, a discourse concerning self-examination, by which both saints and sinners may come to know themselves. Whereunto are added sundry meditations relating to the Lord's Supper. Lond. Richardson. 1681.
240
V 74
VINCENT, Thomas.
(The) true christians love of the unseen Christ: or, a discourse chiefly tending to excite and promote the decaying love of Christ in the hearts of christians. Lond. Sprint. 1701.
265.3
V 75
VINES, Rev. Richard.
(A) treatise of the institution, right administration, and receiving of the sacrament of the Lord's supper. Delivered in XX sermons at St. Lawrence-Jury, London. Lond. Underhill. 1657.
231
W 15
WALKER, George.
God made visible in his works, or, a treatise of the externall workes of God. First, in generall, out of the words of the psamlist, Psal. 135.6. Secondly, in particular of the creation, out of the words of Moses, Genesis, chap. 1. and 2. Thirdly, of God's actuall providence. Lond. Bartlet. 1641.
240
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WATSON, Thomas.
Au'tapkeia; or the art of divine contentment. Ed.12. Lond. Smith. 1670.
252
W 33
WATSON, Rev. Thomas.
Discourses on important and interesting subjects, being the select works. 2v. Glasgow. Blackie. 1829.
240
W33
WATSON, Thomas.
(A) divine cordial: Or, the transcendent privilege of those that love God and are savingly called. Lond. Parkhurst. 1619.
234
W 33
WATSON, Thomas.
Heaven taken by storm: or, the holy violence of a christian is to put forth the pursuit after glory. Lond. Parkhurst. 1669.
244
W 33
WATSON, Thomas.
Plea for the Godly, wherein is shown the excellency of a righteous person. Lond. Hamilton. 1838.
224.99
D 33
WATSON, Thomas.
Religion our true interest: or practical notes upon the third chapter of Malachy, the sixteen, seventeen, & eighteen verses. Lond. Astwood. 1682.
234.4
W 55
WHATELY, William.
(The) new birth: or, a treatise of regeneration, delivered in certaine sermons. Lond. Kyngston. 1619.
220.6
W 58
WHITAKER, William. 1548-1595.
(A) disputation on Holy Scripture, against the Papist, especially Bellarmine & Stapleton. By William Whitaker, D.D. Tr. & ed. for the Parker Society by Rev. William Fitzgerald. Camb. Univ. press. 1849.
223.2
W 64
WILCOCKS, Thomas.
(A) right godly and learned exposition upon the whole book of psalms: Wherein is set forth the true division, sence, and doctrine contained in every psalm: for the great furtherance and necessarie instruction of every christian reader. Newly and faithfully set forth by a godly minister and preacher of the word of God. Lond. Man. 1586.
223
f W 64
WILCOCKS, Thomas.
Works. Lond. Haviland. 1624.
223
q W 642
WILCOCKS, Thomas.
Works. Containing an exposition upon the whole booke of Davids Psalmes, Salamons proverbs, the canticles, & part of the 8th chapter of St. Pauls epistle to the Romans. Lond. Haviland. 1624.
222.4
W 66
WILLET, Andrew. 1562-1621.
Catholicon, that is, a generall preservative or remedie against the Pseudocat Ho-like religion, gathered out of the Catholike epistle of S. Iude... with a preface seruing as a preparatiue to the Catholicon, and a dyet prescribed after. n.p. Legat. 1614. (in his Harmonie upon the first booke of Samuel. 1614.)
222.4
W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Harmonie upon the first booke of Samuel... The divers readings compared, doubtfull questions explained... wherein aboue fowre hundred theologicall questions are handled, with great breuitie... n.p. Legge. 1614.
222.4
W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Harmonie upon the second booke of Samuel... The diverss readings compared doubtfull questions explained... wherein neere fowre hundred theologicall questions are handled, with great breuitie... n.p. Lond. 1614. (in his Harmonie upon the first book of Samuel. 1614).
227.1
q W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Hexapla: that is, a six-fold commentarie upon the most divine Epistle of the Holy Apostle St. Paul to the Romanes. Cambridge. Legge. 1611.
222.11
q W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Hexapla in Genesin, that is, a six-fold commentary upon Genesis. Lond. Creede. 1608.
222.12
q W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Hexapla in Exodum: that is, a six-fold commentary upon the second booke of Moses called Exodus. Lond. Kyngston. 1608.
222.13
q W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Hexapla in Leviticum, that is, a sixfold commentarie upon the third booke of Moses, called Leviticus. Lond. Matthewes. 1631.
224.5
q W 66
WILLET, Andrew.
Hexapla in Danielem: that is, a sixfold commentarie upon the most divine prophesie of Daniel. Camb. Legge. 1610.
282
W 66
WILLET, Rev. Andrew.
Synopsis Papismi; or, a general view of the papacy: with confutations of Romish errors from the scriptures, fathers, councils. 10v. Lond. Society office. 1852.
262.8
W 67
WILLIAMS, Roger. 1604-1683.
(The) bloudy tenent of persecution for cause of conscience discussed; and Mr. Cotton's letter examined and answered. Ed. for the Hanserd Knollys Soc. by E.B. Underhill. Lond. Haddon. 1848.
223.2
W 73
WINSLOW, Rev. Octavius.
Soul depths and soul heights; an exposition of the hundred and thirtieth psalm. Lond. Shaw. pref. 1874.
234
W 69
WILSON, John.
Zacheus converted, in which the mysteries of the doctrine of conversion are sweetly laid open & applied for the establishment of the weakest. Lond. Bellamy. 1631.
220.3
W 697
WILSON, Thomas.
(A) christian dictionary. Opening the significations of the chiefe words dispersed generally through holy scripture of the old and new testament, rending to increase christian knowledge. Lond. Cotes. n.d.
227.1
q W 69
WILSON, Thomas.
Commentary on the most divine Epistle of St. Paul to the Roman. Ed.3. Lond. Cotes. 1653.
220.3
f W 69
WILSON, Thomas.
Complete christian dictionary: wherein the signification & several acceptations of all the words mentioned in the Holy Scriptures of the Old & New Testament, are fully opened, expressed, explained. Lond. Williams. 1678.
226.5
W 91
WOTTON, Anthony.
Sermons upon a part of the first chap. of the Gospel of St. John. Lond. H.L. 1609.

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