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Taylor (Bp. J.) on the Office Ministerial. (Works, Vol. XIV.)
Taylor's (Bp. J.) Golden Grove; or, a Manual of Daily Prayers and
Litanies. (Works, Vol. XV.)

Taylor's (Bp. J.) Psalter of David; with Titles and Collects, according to the matter of each Psalm; and Devotions in all occasions and necessities. (Works, Vol. XV.)

Taylor's (Bp. J.) Worthy Communicant; or, a Discourse of the Nature, Effects, and Blessings of the Lord's Supper. (Works, Vol. XV.) [Tempest's (Stephen)] Religio Laici; or, a Layman's Thoughts upon his Duty to God, his neighbour, and himself. 8vo. 8vo. London, 1764. Tillotson's (Abp.) Rule of Faith; or, an Answer to J. S[argent's] Treatise entitled Sure-footing. (Works, Vol. I.)

Tomline's (Bp. George) Elements of Christian Theology; containing Proofs of the Authenticity of the Scriptures, Summary of the History of the Jews, Contents of the Books of the Old and New Testaments, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820.

Tomline's (Bp. G.) Refutation of Calvinism. 8vo. London, 1811. Tucker's (Abraham) Light of Nature pursued; with his Life by Sir H. P. St. John Mildmay. 7 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1805.

Twyne (Thos.), the Garlande of Godly Flowers, bewtifully adorned, as most freshly they flourish in the Gardeins of right faithfull Christian Writers. Black letter, small 8vo. London, W. How, 1574.

Tyndall's (William) Frutefull and Godly Treatise, expressing the right institution and usage of the Sacramentes. (Works.)

Tyndall (W.), the Supper of the Lord, after the true meaning of John, vi. and 1 Corinth. xi. (Works.)

Tyndall (W.), the Parable of the Wicked Mammon,-that Fayth, the mother of all good workes, justifieth us before we can bringe forth anye good works. Small 8vo. black letter. Marlborrowe, by Hans Lust, M.D.XXVIII. (Works.)

Tyndall (W.), the Obedience of a Christen Man, and how Christen Rulers ought to governe, set forth 1528. (Works.)

Tyndall (W.), an Aunswere unto Syr Thomas More's Dialogue, made 1530; wherein he declareth what the Church is, and giveth a reason of certaine words which Master More rebuketh in the Translation of the New Testament; after that he aunswereth particularly every Chapter. (Works.)

Tyndall's (W.) Practise of Papistical Prelates, made in 1530. (Works.) Venn's (Henry) Complete Duty of Man; or, a System of Doctrinal and Practical Christianity. 12mo. London, 1817.

Venn's (H.) Mistakes in Religion exposed: an Essay on the Prophecy of Zacharias. 12mo. Lond. 1807.

Wall's (W.) History of Infant Baptism; being an impartial Collection of all such Passages in the Writers of the Four first Centuries as make for or against it: with a Defence of the History against Mr. Gale and others. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819.

Warburton's (Bp.) Divine Legation of Moses demonstrated on the principles of a Religious Deist. (Works, Vols. I. to VI.)

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Warburton's (Bp.) Rational Account of the Nature and End of the Lord's Supper. (Works.)

Warburton's (Bp.) Doctrine of Grace. (Works, Vol. VIII.)

Warburton's (Bp.) Controversial Tracts. (Works, Vols. XI. and XII.)

Wardlaw (Ralph) on the principal Points of the Socinian Controversy. 8vo. Lond. 1819.

Wardlaw's (R.) Unitarianism incapable of Vindication, in Reply to Yates. 8vo. Lond. 1816.

Waterland's (Daniel) Vindications of Christ's Divinity. (Works, Vols. I. and III.)

Waterland's Answer to Dr. Whitby's Reply respecting his Disquisitiones Modesta. (Works, Vol. II.)

Waterland's Case of the Arian Subscription considered; with Supplement. (Works, Vol. II.)

Waterland's Answer to some Queries relating to the Arian Controversy ;the Scriptures and Arians compared ;-V. Letters to Mr. Staunton;on the Argument, à priori, for proving the Existence of a First Cause. (Works, Vol. IV.)

Waterland's Importance of the Doctrine of the Trinity. (Works, Vol. V.) Waterland's Remarks on Dr. Clarke's Exposition of the Church Catechism. (Works, Vol. V.)

Waterland's Nature, Obligation, and Efficacy, of the Christian Sacraments considered; with Supplement. (Works, Vol. V.)

Waterland's Scripture Vindicated; in Answer to Christianity as Old as the Creation. (Works, Vol. VI.)

Waterland's Defence of the Bishop of St. David's;-and Regeneration stated and explained. (Works, Vol. VI.)

Waterland's Review of the Doctrine of the Eucharist, as laid down in Scripture and Antiquity. (Works, Vol. VII.) Waterland's Summary of the Doctrine of Justification ;-Inquiry concerning the Antiquity of Infant Communion. (Works, Vol. IX.) Waterland's Letters on Lay - Baptism, to the Rev. Mr. Lewis and others; and Notes by Dr. W. on his own Writings. (Works, Vol. X.)

Watson's (Bp. Richard) Apologies for Christianity and for the Bible, in Answer to Gibbon and Paine. 8vo. Lond. 1806.

Watson's (Bp. R.) Collection of Theological Tracts [on the most interesting subjects of Sacred Literature]. 6 vols. Lond. 1791.

West's (Gilbert) Observations on the History and Evidences of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. 8vo. Lond. 1785.

Wilberforce's (William) View of the prevailing System of professed Christians in this Country, contrasted with real Christianity. 8vo. Lond. 1818.

Wilson (Bp. Thomas) on the Lord's Supper;-Sacra Privata. (Works, Vol. II.)

Wilson's (Bp. T.) Instructions for the Indians. (Works, Vol. III.)

Wilson's (Bp. T.) Parochialia;-Maxims of Piety. (Works, Vol. IV.). Witherspoon (John) on Regeneration. (Works, Vol. I.)

Witherspoon's (J.) Address to Students; and on the Nature and Effects of the Stage. (Works, Vol. VI.)

Witherspoon's (J.) Lectures on Divinity. (Works, Vol. VIII.)

York (Duchess of)--Controversy between Dryden and Stillingfleet concerning the Duchess of York's Paper [on the Grounds of her Conversion to the Catholic Faith]. (Dryden's Works, Vol. XVII.)

Zeal without Innovation; or, the Present State of Morals and Religion considered. Lond. 1808.

Zuinglii (Huld.) Opus Articulorum ;-de licitis Sacerdotum Connubiis ;de Canone Missæ. (Op. Vol. I.)

Zuinglius (H.) de Certitudine Verbi Dei;-de Divinâ et Humanâ Justitiâ; de Providentiâ Dei. (Op. Vol. I.)

Zuinglii (H.) in Evang. Doctrinæ brevis Pastorum Isagoge; et Pastor. (Op. Vol. I.)

Zuinglius (H.) contra Catabaptistos; Ecclesiastes, sive de Ratione et
Officio concionandi liber. (Op. Vol. II.)

Zuinglius (H.) de Baptismo; de Peccato Originali. (Op. Vol. II.)
Zuinglius (H.) de Verâ et Falsâ Religione. (Op. Vol. II.)
Zuinglius (H.) de Eucharistiâ; ad Lutheri Librum de Sacramento Re-
sponsio; ad Lutheri Confessionem Responsiones. (Op. Vol. II.)
Zuinglii (H.) ad Carolum Imp. Fidei Ratio; Fidei Christianæ Expositio;
Acta Disputat. quæ Tigurini consensum est. (Op. Vol. II.)

SECT. IX.-SERMONS.

Cooke's (John) Preacher's Assistant; containing a Series of the Texts of Sermons and Discourses, published by Divines of the Church of England, and by the Dissenting Clergy, since the Restoration. 2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1783.

Boyle Lectures in Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion:1692. Confutation of Atheism, by R. Bentley. 8vo.

1693 and 4. Demonstration of the Messias, by Bp. R. Kidder.

3 vols. 8vo.

1695 and 6. On Divine Revelation, by Bp. J. Williams. 4to.
1697. The Certainty and Necessity of Revelation, by Bp. F. Gastrell.
8vo.

1698. On the Attributes, by J. Harris. 4to.

1699. On the Credibility of Revelation, by Bp. S. Bradford. 4to. 1700. The Sufficiency of Revelation, by Bp. O. Blackhall. 8vo. 1701. The Truth and Excellency of the Christian Religion, by Bp. G. Stanhope. 4to.

1704. On the Attributes, by S. Clarke. 8vo.

1705. On Natural and Revealed Religion, by S. Clarke. 8vo.
1706. Proving the Being of a God, by J. Hancock.

8vo.

Boyle Lectures:

1707. The Accomplishment of Scripture Prophecies, by W. Whiston. 8vo.

1708. On Redemption, by J. Turner. 8vo.

1709. Religion no Matter of Shame, by L. Butler. 8vo.

1710. Divine Original, &c. of the Christian Religion, by J. Woodward. 8vo.

1711 and 12. Physico-Theology, by W. Derham. 8vo.

1713 and 14. On Freethinking, by B. Ibbot. 2 vols. 8vo.

1717 and 18. Natural Obligations to believe Revelation, by Bp. J. Leng. 8vo.

1719 and 20. On the Origin of Evil, by J. Clarke. 2 vols. 8vo. 1721 and 22. Difficulties no excuse for Infidelity, by R. Gurdon. 8vo. 1724 and 25. Demonstration of True Religion, by T. Burnett. 2 vols. 8vo.

1730 to 32. Gradual Revelation of the Gospel, by W. Berriman. 2 vols. 8vo.

1736 to 38. On the Acts of the Apostles by R. Biscoe. 8vo. 1739 to 41. [On various subjects] by L. Twells. 8vo.

1747 to 49. Christianity justified on Scripture Foundation, by H. Stebbing. 8vo.

1766 to 68. Evidence of Christianity deduced from Facts, by W. Worthington. 2 vols. 8vo.

1769 to 71. Intent of Scripture Miracles, by H. Owen. 2 vols. 8vo. 1778 to 80. Comparison of Revelation with the Mind, by J. Williamson. 8vo.

1802 to 4. Rise and Progress of Infidelity, by Bp. W. Van Mildert. 2 vols. 8vo.

Moyer Lectures in Defence of the Divinity of Christ :

1719 and 20. On the Divinity of Christ, by D. Waterland. (Works.) 1720 and 21. The Divinity of Christ proved from the Old Testament, by J. Knight. 8vo.

1723 and 24. Historical Account of the Trinitarian Controversy, by W. Berriman.

8vo.

1724 and 25. On the Errors and Absurdities of the Arian Scheme, by T. Bishop. 8vo.

1728 and 29. Christian Faith asserted, by H. Felton. Svo.

1729 and 30. Summary View of the Trinitarian Controversy, by J. Trapp. 8vo.

1731 and 32. [On various subjects] by J. Browne. 8vo.

1732 and 33. [On various subjects] by J. Seed. 2 vols. 8vo.

1734 and 35. The Nicene and Athanasian Creeds explained and confirmed, by C. Wheatley. 8vo.

1737 and 38. Critical Dissertation on 1 Timothy, iii. 16, by J. Berriman. 8vo.

1738 and 39. On several Subjects, by E. Twells. 8vo.

Moyer Lectures :

1739 and 40. Incarnation of Christ proved from the Testimony of the most ancient Jews, by A. Bedford. 8vo.

1740 and 41. On the Holy Ghost, by G. Ridley. 8vo.

1757. On several Subjects, by W. Clements. 8vo.

1764 and 65. On the Logos, by B. Dawson. 8vo.

Bampton Lectures :

8vo.

1780. On the Christian Faith and Character, by J. Bandinel. 1781. Proving Jesus Christ to be the Saviour, by T. Neve. 8vo. 1782. On the Prophecies of John the Baptist, by R. Holmes. 8vo. 1783. Christian Happiness, by J. Cobb. 8vo.

1784. Comparison of Mahommedism and Christianity, by J. White. 8vo.

Gabriel's (R. B.) Facts relating to Dr. White's Bampton Lec-
tures;-Dr. White's Statement of his Literary Obligations
to Mr. Badcock and Dr. Parr. 1 vol. 8vo. Oxford, 1790.

1785. Destruction of Jerusalem, by R. Churton. 8vo.
1786. Defence of Church of Englandism, by G. Croft. 8vo.
1787. Scripture Mysteries, by W. Hawkins. 8vo.

1788. Ground and Credibility of the Christian Religion, by R. Shepherd. 8vo.

1789. On the Conduct and Opinions of the Primitive Christians, by H. Kett. 8vo.

1790. Chart and Scale of Truth, by which to find the Cause of Error, by E. Tatham. 2 vols. 8vo.

1791. On Faith, by R. Morres. 8vo.

1792. On Christian Theology, by J. Eveleigh. 8vo.

8vo.

1793. On the Truth, &c. of the Scriptures, by J. Williamson. 8vo. 1794. Christian Redemption illustrated, by T. Wintle. 1795. On the Doctrine of the Atonement, by D. Veysie. 8vo. 1796. Principles of the Reformation in England, by R. Gray. 8vo. 1797. Objections against Christianity answered, by W. Finch. 8vo. 1798. On the Fulness of Time, by C. H. Hall. 8vo. 1799. Variety of Opinions, &c. on Christianity, by W. Barrow. 8vo. 1800. Divine Origin of Prophecy, by G. Richards. 8vo. 1801. Hora Mosaicæ; or, Dissertation on the Credibility and Theology of the Pentateuch, by G. S. Faber. 2 vols. 8vo.

1802. Religious Enthusiasm considered, by G. F. Nott. 8vo. 1803. The Mission and Character of Christ, and the Beatitudes, by J. Farrer. 8vo.

1804. The Articles termed Calvinistical of the Church of England, by R. Lawrence. 8vo.

1805. The Evidences of Christianity at the close of the Age of Reason, by E. Nares.

8vo.

1806. Divine Revelation, by J. Browne. 8vo.

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