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Publications of Free Church Ministers:

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Publications either by or about a minister are generally included under his name in Ewing’s Annals, in the case of Free Church ministers, or, in the case of others, in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers. However, in some cases the list is so extensive that it is not convenient to burden a relatively short biographical article with a long list of publications. In these cases, his publications are found here.
 



 

DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER DYCE

 
Publications – by him

Funeral sermon, preached on Sunday the 16th October, 1836, in the West Church, Aberdeen, on the occasion of the death of Provost Blaikie, Aberdeen, D. Chalmers, 1836

The food that perisheth and the living bread, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1848

Lectures, Expository and Practical, on the Book of Esther , Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1859

Sermons of Rev. Alexander Dyce Davidson, Free West Church, Aberdeen, 1832-72.

Lectures and sermons, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1872

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.229, The Reasons why and how Christ’s Name is to be Perpetuated
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Alexander Dyce Davidson

Disruption Worthies on this website: Davidson, Alexander Dyce

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.14, William Robertson Nicoll ‎, Davidson, Alexander Dyce

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchel, Davidson, Alexander Dyce (1807–1872), Free Church of Scotland minister

The Aberdeen pulpit and universities, series of sketches of the Aberdeen clergy and of the professors in the Aberdeen colleges, James Bruce, Aberdeen, J. Strachan, 1844

 

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DAVIDSON, GEORGE RAMSAY

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, January, 1840, Drumblade, Vol.12, p.297

Pastoral address to Lady Glenorchy’s congregation, Edinburgh in connexion with the Free Church of Scotland, being the substance of a sermon preached on the first Sabbath of the year, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1845

Circular letter and questionnaire regarding Sabbath observance, with others, Edinburgh, 1845

Pastoral address to Lady Glenorchy’s Free Church congregation, delivered on the occasion of the visitation appointed by the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Murray & Gibb, 1846

Benefit and blessing of the holy Sabbath, a sermon preached before the Associate Edinburgh Young Men’s Society, on Sabbath the 12th April 1846, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1846

Britain’s past policy, penitence, and pledge. a sermon delivered on the day of the national fast, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1857

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnote 858 and 859. (Note this link takes you to the end of the quote.)

 

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DAVIDSON, JOHN THAIN

 

Publications – by him

“Jehovah-jireh”, a sermon, preached in Free St. George’s Church, Montrose, 19th November, 1856, Montrose, James Watt, 1856

Jesus Christ, the healer of the body, a sermon, London, 1873

Cyprus: England’s new possession, its place in Bible history, Hodder and Stoughton, 1878

Talks with young men, 1884

Forewarned – forearmed, London, 1885

The city youth, London, 1886

Sure to succeed, London, 1888

A good start, a book for young men, London, 1890

Brave and true, Talks to young men, London, 1891

Thoroughness, Talks to young men, London, 1892

Moral muscle, and how to use it. A brotherly chat with young men, by Frederick A. Atkins, with an introduction by Thain Davidson, 2001, Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey Ltd.
 

Publications – about him

Dictionary of National Biography, 1912 supplement, Clarke Huston Irwin, Davidson, John Thain

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, C. H. Irwin, revised by Anne Pimlott Baker, Davidson, John Thain (1833–1904), minister of the Presbyterian Church of England

John Thain Davidson. Reminiscences, by his daughter Mrs. – Newson, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1906

 

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DICKSON, JOHN BATTERS

 

Publications – by him

Speech delivered by the Rev. J. B. Dickson, on Wednesday, 20th October, 1852, at a public meeting on behalf of Francesco and Rosa Madiai, Paisley, Robert Stewart, 1852

Lecture on the Fundamental Law of Christian Ethics, Paisley, Robert Stewart, 1852

The mercy and judgment of God, a discourse, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1855

The Life, Labours and Genius of Alexander Wilson, a Lecture, Paisley, James Cook, 1856

Pictures and pleadings, Leicester, Crossley and Clarke, 1871

God in nature and grace:, a harvest thanksgiving sermon preached in St. Andrew’s, Leicester, London, 1877

Glimpses of Kelso, Kelso, 1883

 

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DODDS, JAMES S.

 

Publications – by him

A century of Scottish Church history: an historical sketch of the Church of Scotland, from the Secession to the Disruption, with an account of the Free Church , Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1846

A faithful ministry, by Walker, John, Edinburgh, 1864

True Strength, a Sermon to Young Men, G. Johnston, 1864

The eminent men of Dumfriesshire , a lecture, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1873

Lays of the Covenanters, by James Dodds, with a memoir of the author, by the Rev. James Dodds, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren & Son, 1880

Personal reminiscences and biographical sketches, with a brief memoir by his wife, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1888

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.191, The raising of the widow’s son at Nain

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 106; 255; 340 and 384. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Dodds

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.15, William Garden Blaikie, Dodds, James (1812-1885)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchell, Dodds, James (1812–1885), Free Church of Scotland minister and author

 

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DOIG, THOMAS

 

Publications – by him

The character and prospects of the Church of Scotland, a sermon preached in the parish church of Cupar at the opening of the Provincial Synod of Fife on Tuesday, 8th October 1833, Edinburgh, Laing & Forbes, 1833

New Statistical Account, December, 1833, Arbroath, Vol.11, Forfar, p.74; January, 1843, Torryburn, Vol.9, Fife, p.727

Correspondence between Erskine Beveridge, Esq., Dunfermline, and the Rev. Thomas Doig, and the Rev. Peter Chalmers>, Edinburgh, M. Paterson, 1837

The protesting church of Israel, a sermon on 2nd Chronicles 11:13-16, Perth, 1845

Account book of the Reverend Thomas Doig

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.3, p.225, Communion with Angels; p.473, The Second Coming of the Lord; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.201, Zion’s Desolations Contemplated and Improved; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.360, An Old Disciple

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.184, The certainty of the fulfilment of God’s threatened judgments and promised mercies, Numbers 26:63-65; Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.265, The translation of Elijah
 

Publications – about him

The three false witnesses, or, Remarks on various slanderous charges urged against the Catholic Church by the Rev. Messrs McCorkle, Doig and Beith, in the Free Kirk Synod, held at Stirling on the 7th of October 1845, Paul Maclachlan

Image: Hill & Adamson, 1847

Death, the last enemy, a sermon preached in the Free Church of Torryburn, on 1st October, 1866, on the occasion of the death of Thomas Doig, Andrew Brydie, Edinburgh, printed for private circulation, 1866

 

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DONALDSON, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Answers to the objections most commonly urged against the entire sanctification of the Lord’s Day, Dundee, 1847

On the character of the true divine, an inaugural oration delivered at Franeker, 1675, Herman Witsius, translated by John Donaldson, Edinburgh, James Wood, 1856

Outlines of a discourse addressed to the Jews and Summary of the differences between modern Judaism and Christianity, John Love, with a prefatory note by John Donaldson, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1861

Letters to David Laing, 19th February, 7th March, and 25th October, 1867; and 6th March, 1874

The question: Was Moses the author of the Pentateuch? answered in the affirmative, Herman Witsius, translated, prefaced and annotated by John Donaldson, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1877

On the character of a true theologian, an inaugural address, delivered at Franeker, 1675, Herman Witsius, translated by John Donaldson, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1877

The theatre, John Foster, with a prefatory note by John Donaldson, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Donaldson

 

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DRUMMOND, HENRY

 

Publications – by him

Natural Law in the Spiritual World, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1883

A college of colleges: led by D.L. Moody, and taught by Henry Drummond and others, Chicago, New York, F.H. Revell, 1887

Tropical Africa, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1888

German: Inner-afrika: Erlebnisse und Beobachtungen, Gotha, Perthes, 1890

Nyassaland, travel-sketches in our new Protectorate, selected from ‘Tropical Africa’, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1890

Finnish: Rakkaus, suurin kaikista (Love the Greatest of All), Porvoo, Soderstrom, 1890

German: Das beste in der welt, New York, New York book depository, 1890

Danish: Det nye liv: en tale (The New Life), Christiania, A. Cammermeyers Forlag, 1891

What is a Christian?: and A talk on books, with a biographical sketch of the author by James MacArthur. New York, John Knox and Co., 1891

Baxter’s second innings, specially reported for the school eleven, New York, James Potts, 1892

The changed life, an address, New York, James Pott, 1892

Brilliants from Henry Drummond, compiled by Anna Letitia Waring, Boston, Massachusetts, 1892

The programme of Christianity, an address, London, 1892

My Point of View, Representative Selections from the Works of Prof. Henry Drummond, collated by William Shepard, Philadelphia, Henry Altemus, 1892

The city without a church, an address, New York, James Potts, 1893

The Drummond Year, arranged by Ada L. Sutton, New York, The Merriam Co., 1893

Eternal Life, Philadelphia, Henry Altemus, 1896

Best thoughts, selections from the writings of Henry Drummond, Philadelphia, Henry Altemus, 1896

The monkey that would not kill, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1898

The ideal life and other unpublished addresses, with memorial sketches by W. Roberston Nicoll and Ian Maclaren, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1898

The new evangelism, and other papers, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1899

German: Das Naturgesetz in der Geisteswelt, Leipzig, 1899

Dwight L. Moody, impressions and facts, New York, McClure, Phillips, 1900

Stones rolled away, and other addresses to young men delivered in America, London, 1900

Helpful Thoughts from Henry Drummond, Boston, De Wolfe. Fiske and Co. 1900

The evolution of Bible study, and Temptation: a psychological study, New York, E.S. Gorham, 1901

The book of joy, Henry Drummond and others. New York, Dodge Pub. Co., c1903

Our boys, one way to help them, London, Samuel Bagster and Sons Ltd., 1904

The Kingdom of God and your part in it, London, S. Bagster, 1904

A complete life, London, S. Bagster, 1904

Things unseen, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1908

A golden month, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1909

Portuguese: A mudança que é possivel na vida, 1916

The making of men: or the value of temptation, London, Alliance of Honour 1921

L’évolution de l’Homme, translated by John Jaques

Beautiful Thoughts, arranged by Elizabeth Cureton

Miscellaneous ephemera from the Drummond papers

Addresses, including “Love, the greatest thing in the world “, “Lessons from The Angelus”, “Pax vobiscum”, First! An address to boys “, “The changed life, the greatest need of the world”, “Dealing with doubt”

The Ascent Of Man, Hodder and Stoughton, London

Letters, poems and pensées, collected for private circulation, Robert W. Barbour, preface by Henry Drummond

The unsearchable riches of Christ, and other sermons, John F. Ewing, with a biographical sketch of the author by Henry Drummond
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Henry Drummond (but it gives few facts)
Wikipedia

Bebbington, David W., Scottish Church History Society, Henry Drummond, evangelicism and science

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Paterson, James Beresford; Awarding Body: University of St Andrews; Awarded: 1985: The work of Henry Drummond as a basis for a practical spirituality

An examination by William Woods Smyth of Mr. Henry Drummond’s work, “Natural law in the spiritual world”, London, 1883

Remarks by Benjamin Wills Newton on “Natural law in the spiritual world”, London, Houlston and Sons, 1884

Biological religion: an essay in criticism of Professor Henry Drummond’s “Natural law in the spiritual world”, T. Campbell Finlayson, Manchester, Brook & Chrystal, 1885

The gospel of evolution: an examination by William Adamson of “Natural law in the spiritual world”, Edinburgh, 1885

The gospel of evolution: an examination of H. Drummond’s “Natural law in the spiritual world”, William Anderson, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1885

“Natural law in the spiritual world”, a review: also a lecture on Christianity v. Socialism, A.C. Denholm, Dundee, W. & D. C. Thomson, 1888

“Natural law in the spiritual world”: a review by John S. Davenport, London, C. Goodwin Norton, 1888

The strangest thing in the world: “A gospel with the gospel omitted”, a criticism of “Pax Vobiscum” and “The greatest thing in the world”, Charles Bullock, London, 1891

“The ascent of man” by Professor Henry Drummond: a review by Samuel Smith, London, Morgan and Scott, 1894?

Confutation of “The ascent of man”, and the vivisection of its unhappy author, Harry Alfred Long, Glasgow, 1895

“The ascent of man”: its note of theology, George Clark Hutton, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1895

Memories of Henry Drummond: for his mother, Edinburgh, for private circulation, 1897

Henry Drummond, George Adam Smith, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1899

The Memoirs of Henry Drummond, and the Dawn of an Era of Friendship between Science and Religion, in Great books as life-teachers, studies of character, real and ideal, p 207, Newell Dwight Hillis, Chicago, Fleming H. Revell, 1899

Henry Drummond, James Y. Simpson, Edinburgh and London, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier 1901

The Practical Life Work of Henry Drummond, Cuthbert Lennox New York, James Pott and Co., 1901

Henry Drummond in spirit life, Carrie E. S. Twing, medium, Springfield, Massachusetts, Star Publishing Co., 1902

Henry Drummond: some recollections, T. Hunter Boyd, London, Headley Brothers, 1907?

Organic evolution: a sketch, Henry Drummond memorial, Anna Augusta Gaskell, Chicago, 1907

Henry Drummond in Religious experience exemplified in the lives of illustrious Christians, p.91, Cincinnati, Jennings and Graham, 1913

Henry Drummond in Reminiscences of present-day saints, Francis Greenwood, p.205, Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company, 1927

Smith, George Adam, The Life of Henry Drummond (1851-1897), a shortened version published in 1997 by the Drummond Trust, Stirling

Henry Drummond: a perpetual benediction, essays to commemorate the centennial of his death, edited by Thomas E. Corts. Edinburgh, T. & T .Clark, 1999

Portrait, in Human documents: portraits and biographies of eminent men, pp.232-233

 

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DUFF ALEXANDER

 

Publications – by him

Extract of a letter respecting the wreck of the Lady Holland, East Indiaman, Edinburgh, John Waugh, 1830

The Church of Scotland’s India mission, or, a Brief exposition of the principles on which that mission has been conducted in Calcutta, being the substance of an address delivered before the General Assembly of the Church, on Monday, 25th May 1835, Edinburgh, John Waugh, 1835

The Church of Scotland’s foreign missions: account of Dr. Duff’s tour through the presbyteries of Scotland, Edinburgh?, 1836?

A vindication of the Church of Scotland’s India missions, being the substance of an address, delivered before the General Assembly of the Church, on Wednesday, May 24, 1837, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1837

Speech delivered in Exeter Hall, on Wednesday, May 3, 1837, at the anniversary of the Church of Scotland’s foreign missions, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1837

New era of the English language and English literature in India, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1837

The mutual duties and responsibilities of pastor and people, a sermon, preached on September 4, 1836, in the South Parish Church, Aberdeen, on occasion of the introduction of the Rev. W. K. Tweedie to the pastoral charge of that church, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1837

Life and death of the Rev. Joseph Alleine, with a recommendatory preface by Alexander Duff, Edinburgh, John Lindsay & Co., 1838

Missions the chief end of the Christian Church, also, the qualifications, duties, and trials, of an Indian missionary, being the substance of services held on the 7th March, in St Andrew’s Church, Edinburgh, at the ordination of Thomas Smith to India, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Farewell address, on the subject of the Church of Scotland’s India mission, being the substance of a speech delivered before the General Assembly of the Church, on Thursday, the 23d May, 1839, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Female education in India, being the substance of an address delivered at the first Annual meeting of the Scottish Ladies Association, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

India and India missions, including sketches of the gigantic system of Hinduism, both in theory and in practice, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1839

Bombay in April 1840, with special reference to the Church of Scotland’s mission there, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

Brief statement relative to the objects and operations of the General Assembly’s Institution, Calcutta, Calcutta, Baptist Mission Press, 1841

Missionary sympathy with the Free Church, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Popery and Jesuitism, the enemies of true knowledge: and consequently of mental, moral and social improvement, Calcutta, Baptist Mission Press, 1843

Explanatory statement respecting the recent proceedings of the missionaries of the Church of Scotland in Calcutta, Edinburgh?, Balfour and Jack, 1843?

The cause of Christ and the cause of Satan, or, The hopes and expectations of the righteous and the wicked, with special reference to the defeats and triumphs that signalize the history of redemption, a discourse or address delivered on Sunday, 13th August, at the first meeting for public worship, in connection with the Free Protesting Church of Scotland, Calcutta, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1843

The sole and supreme headship of the Lord Jesus Christ over the church explained and vindicated, being a lecture expository of the principles which led to the recent Disruption of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1844

Explanatory statement addressed to the friends of the India Mission of the Church of Scotland, as it existed previous to the disruption in May 1843, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1844

Work of grace at Calcutta, being a narrative of the circumstances attending the recent conversions there, with Thomas Smith, missionaries at Calcutta, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1845

Mr. Scott and the Calcutta Mission Library and Apparatus, being a Series of Remarks on a Statement Inserted by Mr. Thomas Scott, Auditor of Accounts, in the September Number, (1844) of the Home and Foreign Missionary Record of the Established Church of Scotland, W. Rushton, 1845

Proposal for the erection of a monument to John Knox on the spot where he resided in Edinburgh, to consist of a massive tower, with churches annexed, Calcutta, 1846?

A description of the Durga and Kali festivals, celebrated in Calcutta, at an expense of three millions of dollars, Troy, New York, 1846

A letter from Alexander Duff, being a statement of reasons for declining the proposed permanent recall from India, addressed to the Rev. W.K. Tweedie, Edinburgh, London, John Johnstone, 1849

Missionary addresses with papers on female education and the Danish mission to India, Edinburgh, 1850

Speeches delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, May 1850, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1850

Speech of the Rev. Alexander Duff, D.D., at the annual meeting of the Church Missionary Society at Exeter Hall, May 6, 1851, London, Church Missionary Society, 1851

India and its evangelization, a lecture delivered before the Young Men’s Christian Association, in Exeter Hall, 1850, London, J. Nisbet, 1851?

Addresses delivered at the Opening and Conclusion of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, 1851, together with the Addresses to the Deputations from Evangelical Churches, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

The headship of Christ over individuals, the church, and the nations, practically considered, being a discourse preached before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Thursday, May 20, 1852, Free Church of Scotland. General Assembly, 1852

The claims of Christian missions and their relation to the unity of the Church, a speech delivered at the Conference of the Evangelical Alliance, 1853, London, Partridge, Oakey & Co., 1853

The worship of the Lord in his sanctuary, a discourse delivered on April 30th, 1854, at the opening of the First Reformed Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Session of the First Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1854

Proceedings of the Union Missionary Convention held in New York, May 4, 1854, together with the address of the Rev. Dr. Duff, at the public meeting in the Broadway Tabernacle, New York, Taylor & Hogg, 1854

Speech of the Rev. Dr. Duff, on foreign missions and America, delivered in the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on the evening of May 29, 1854, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1854

More fruits from India: or, The outcast safe in Christ, the life and happy death of Charlotte Green, a poor orphan, brought up in the Calcutta Institution for Destitute Girls, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1854?

An Address delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, at Edinburgh, upon his return from his visit to the United States. Also, Bedini and Dr. Duff contrasted. By Kirwan, Washington, Henry Polinhorn, 1854

Farewell address of Dr. Duff, delivered before the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, Cincinnati, S. Findley, 1855

Letter by Rev. Dr. Duff of Calcutta, on the present state of India, Edinburgh, 1857

The Indian rebellion: its causes and results, in a series of letters, New York, Robert Carter, 1858

What is Caste? How is a Christian Government to Deal with It?, Calcutta, Baptist Mission Press, 1858

A prince and a great man fallen in Israel, a discourse occasioned by the death of the Rev. A. F. Lacroix, missionary of the London Missionary Society, Calcutta, C. B. Lewis, 1859

Report of proceedings at the Conference on Foreign Missions, held at Edinburgh, November 1861, with an appendix containing Letter from Mr. Duff, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1862?

Proposed modes of extending the foreign mission operations of the Free Church of Scotland, with an appeal for increase of means and more fervent prayer, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1865

United States’ Christian Commission, includes letter signed by Alexander Duff dated Edinburgh, March 7, 1865
Foreign missions”>, being the substance of an address delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Friday evening, June 1, 1866, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1866

Foreign missions, an address delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Friday evening, May 31, 1867, Edinburgh, Printed by Ballantyne, 1867

The Sabbath on the rock, and, The Gospel in the decalogue, with a recommendatory preface by Alexander Duff, London, S. W. Partridge & Co., 1867

The late Dr. Cotton, Bishop of Calcutta, and Metropolitan of all India, Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons, 1867

The apologetics of the Christian faith, William M. Hetherington, with an introductory notice by Alexander Duff, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1867

Sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the Rev. John G. Lorimer, with Robert Buchanan and Samuel Miller, Glasgow, W. R. McPhun & Son, 1868

Evangelistic theology, an inaugural address, delivered in New College, Edinburgh, on 7th November 1867, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1868

The true nobility: sketches of the life and character of Lord Haddo, Fifth Earl of Aberdeen, and of his son, the Hon. J.H.H. Gordon, London, 1868

Foreign missions, an address delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Monday evening, May 24, 1869, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1869

Appeal by the Foreign Missions’ Committee of the Free Church of Scotland for the formation of a mission building fund, containing speech of Duff, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1869

The union question, Edinburgh?, 1869?

Memoir, including letters and select remains, of John Urquhart, late of the University of St. Andrews, William Orme, with a prefatory notice and recommendation by Alexander Duff, London, J. Nisbet, 1869

The Jesuits: their origin and order, morality and practices, suppression and restoration, Edinburgh, Scottish Reformation Society, 1869

Union not incompatible with Free Church principles, and suggestions with a view to peace and harmony, a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Edinburgh, 8th Nov. 1870, Edinburgh, John Maclaren and Andrew Elliot, 1870

Report of a mission of inquiry to Lebanon in 1870, with James Lumsden, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1870

Liberality as a means of sanctification, or, The spiritual benefit to the giver of freely giving to the Lord, being an address delivered before the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Wednesday, 14th August, 1872, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1872

Foreign missions, an address delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Monday evening, May 27, 1872, Edinburgh, Printed by Ballantyne & Company, 1872

Dr. Duff to the children: New Year offering, 1872

Light for the heathen and the Church’s duty, a sermon preached before the Free Synod of Aberdeen, October, 1872, Thomas Gardiner, with prefatory note by Alexander Duff, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1872?

Closing address to the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, 3rd June, 1873, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1873

The world-wide crisis, being an address delivered at the opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland on Thursday, 22nd May, 1873, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1873

Remarks on colportage, Edinburgh?, 1873?

Explanatory statement relative to the recently published correspondence on the principalship of the New College, Edinburgh, 1874

Principalship of the New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh?, 1874?

Correspondence between the Rev. Dr. Buchanan and the Rev. Dr. Duff in reference to the principalship of New College, Edinburgh Edinburgh?: 1874?

Charlotte, the Hindoo orphan and other tales from the East, London, 1874

The proposed mission to Lake Nyassa: evangelistic, educational and industrial, being the substance of an explanatory statement submitted to the Commission of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1875

The life and labours of the Rev. Dr. John Wilson, Lal Behari Day, with a preface by Alexander Duff, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1876

Letters of the Rev. Samuel Rutherford, edited by Thomas Smith, with a preface by Alexander Duff, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1881

Farewell address of the Rev. Dr. Duff on the eve of leaving Scotland, Edinburgh?

Dr. Duff on Indian womanhood, Macdonald, Kenneth Somerled, Calcutta?

Erskine’s celebrated speech on the trial of the publisher of Paine’s Age of reason, with remarks prefatory and explanatory by Duff, Calcutta?, Baptist Mission Press

Infidels challenged to submit their own system to examination. Part II, Dr. Bennett, Prefatory Note signed by Duff, Calcutta?: Baptist Mission Press

Christianity: what is it?, Robert Haldane, with an introduction by Duff, Calcutta?: Baptist Mission

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.105, On the External Homage and Private Neglect of the Bible; p.423, Cruelties of Indian Superstition; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.1, Designs of Providence in Subjecting India to Britain; p.372, The Founding of the First Protestant Church in Egypt; 2nd series, Vol.3, Notes on Egypt, pp. 6, 30, 36, 173, 198 and 246
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Alexander Duff

Disruption Worthies on this website: Duff, Alexander

Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 16, William Garden Blaikie, Duff, Alexander

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, W. G. Blaikie revised by David W. Savage, Duff, Alexander (1806–1878), missionary

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Maxwell, Ian Douglas; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1995: Alexander Duff and the theological and philosophical background to the General Assembly’s Mission in Calcutta to 1840

Duff, Alexander in Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions

The Psalms of David in metre, printed by Sir D. Hunter Blair and J. Bruce, 1823. Psalm book presented to Dr. Duff by friends in St Andrews after his appointment to India. Shipwrecked along with Dr. Duff near the Cape of Good Hope, this book was cast up on the beach and later was found there.

An appeal to the Churches on behalf of the Highlanders, a letter to the Reverend Dr. Duff, Moderator of the last General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, J.D. Lowe, 1852

A letter to Alexander Duff, D.D., on God’s order in the evangelization of the world, with an appeal in behalf of the famishing Jews in Palestine, Edinburgh, 1854

Notes by Rev. Dr. Buchanan: with reference to recent “explanatory statement” by Rev. Dr. Duff, Scotland?, 1874?

Disruption worthies of the Highlands, Edinburgh, J. Greig & Son, 1877

In memoriam, Rev. Alexander Duff, D.D., LL.D., Duff, W. Pirie, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1878

Recollections of Alexander Duff and of the Mission College in Calcutta, Lal Behari Day, London, Nelson, 1879

Two standard bearers in the East: sketches of Dr Duff and Dr Wilson, Jabez Marrat, London, T. Woolmer, 1882

Alexander Duff, D.D., LL.D., Vol.1, Vol.2, Thomas Smith, New York, A.C. Armstrong,

Alexander Duff in Heroes of the Indian empire, or, Stories of valour and victory, p.185, Ernest Foster, London, Cassell & Co., 1886

Memorials of Alexander Duff, D.D., W. Pirie Duff, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1890

The Life of Alexander Duff, Elizabeth B. Vermilye, The Bible Institute Colportage Association, 1890

Alexander Duff in Men of might in India missions, the leaders and their epochs, 1706-1899, p.213, Helen Harriet Halcomb, New York, Fleming H. Revell company 1901

Alexander Duff in Pioneer missionaries of the church, p.102, Charles C. Creegan, New York, American Tract Society, 1903

Alexander Duff, the Christian Student and the World’s Education in Some great leaders in the world movement, p.101, Robert Elliott Speer, New York, Fleming H. Revell Co. 1911,

Alexander Duff in Epoch makers of modern missions, p.173, Archibald McLean, 1912

Alexander Duff in The apostles of India: from the days of St. Thomas to modern times, p.380, J. N. Ogilvie, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1915

Alexander Duff, William Paton, London, Student Christian Movement, 1923

Alexander Duff, India’s educational pioneer, New York, Baptist Board of Education, 1926

Alexander Duff in Modern heroes of the mission field, p.247, William PakenhamWalsh, New York, Thomas Whittaker

Alexander Duff in Fifty portraits of religious and philanthropic celebrities, p.80, London, S.W. Partridge

Alexander Duff – Pioneer Missionary in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

 

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DUNCAN, HENRY

 

Publications – by him

An essay on the nature and advantages of parish banks, together with a corrected copy of the rules and regulations of the parent institution in Ruthwell, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Waugh & Innes, 1815

A letter to John H. Forbes, Esq. Advocate, containing an answer to some remarks and statements in his “Observations on banks for savings”, and his “Letter to the editor of the Quarterly review”, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Waugh and Innes, 1817

Circular letter to the managers of banks for savings in Scotland, comprehending some observations on the Parish Bank Act, and hints for framing the rules of institutions taking the benefit of that statute, Dumfries, John McDiarmid & Co., 1820

The young south country weaver, or, A journey to Glasgow, a tale for the radicals, and, Maitland Smith, the murderer, a true narrative, Edinburgh, Waugh & Innes, 1821

The peculiar nature of the Church of Scotland, and the effects of that establishment on the character of the people, a sermon preached, January 28, 1822, before the Society for the Benefit of the Sons of the Clergy of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, Alex. Smellie, 1822

Statement and representation respecting the parochial schoolmasters of Scotland, with a view to the bill about to be brought into parliament for the amelioration of their condition, Dumfries, 1825

William Douglas, or, The Scottish exiles, a historical novel in three volumes, Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd, 1826

Presbyter’s letters on the West India question, addressed to the Right Honourable Sir George Murray, G.C.B., M.P. colonial secretary, London, T. and G. Underwood, 1830

Account of the remarkable monument, in the shape of a cross, inscribed with Roman and Runic letters, preserved in the garden of Ruthwell Manse, Dumfriesshire, Edinburgh, Thomas Allen, 1833

A series of letters to the Rev. George Cook, D.D., on the late enactment of the General Assembly, relative to patronage and calls, occasioned by his recent attack on that measure, in a pamphlet entitled “A few plain observations,” Edinburgh, Waugh & Innes, 1834

Sacred philosophy of the seasons, illustrating the perfections of God in the phenomena of the year, Edinburgh, W. Oliphant, 1837-1838

A sermon on the constitution of the Church of Scotland: and its effects on the moral and religious character of the people, preached, June 22, 1828, Manchester, James and Charles Galt, 1839

Alternate periods of revival and decay, a sermon, preached at the opening of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, on Thursday, May 21, 1840, Edinburgh, William Oliphant and Son, 1840

Overture anent printer to the Church, 1840?

Overtures from the Presbytery of Annan: anent the present position of the Church, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, printer, 1840?

A letter from the minister of Ruthwell to his flock on the resolutions adopted by the late convocation, Dumfries, 1842?

Prospectus of a new weekly newspaper proposed to be published in Dumfries, on the afternoon of every Wednesday, to be called The Presbyterian Standard, Dumfries, D. Halliday, 1843?

Tales of the Scottish peasantry, New York, Robert Carter, 1847

The cottage fireside, or, The parish schoolmaster, Edinburgh, 1863

Account of the Tracks of Foot-Marks of Animals found impressed in Sandstone in the Quarry of Corncockle Muir, Dumfries-shire, American Journal of Science and Arts, Vol.15 (1), p.84

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, Letters to a Lady in Distress of Mind, pp. 150, 189 and 215; p.573, Form of Admitting Catechumens to the Privilege of Partaking of the Lord’s Supper, in the Parish of Ruthwell; Vol.2, p.545, The Value of the Bible

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.250, The intercession of Christ

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 40; 121; 133; 153; 232; 307; 491; 513 and 521. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)

For his contributions to the Edinburgh Encyclopedia see Vol.1, p.xi
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Duncan, Henry

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.1, p. 502

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.16, William Garden Blaikie, Duncan, Henry

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchell, Duncan, Henry (1774–1846), Church of Scotland minister and savings bank founder

New Statistical Account, March, 1834, Ruthwell, Vol.4, Dumfries, p.218

For photo by Hill and Adamson see here

Remarks on a pamphlet entitled “Statement and representation respecting the parochial schoolmasters of Scotland”, Edinburgh, A. Macredie, 1825

The path of the just, exhibited in the character of the Rev. Henry Duncan, D.D., late minister of the Free Chuch at Ruthwell, in a sermon preached on the occasion of his lamented death, Robert Brydon, Dumfries:, J.G. Montgomery, 1846

Memoir of the Rev. Henry Duncan, George John C. Duncan, Edinburgh, William Oliphant and Sons, 1848

Henry Duncan, D.D., Edinburgh?, Publication Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, 1848

Commemoration of the Centenary of the Death of the Rev. Henry Duncan, founder of Savings Banks, Dumfries, R. Dinwiddie & Co., 1946

Ruthwell Parish bank and its founder the Rev Henry Duncan D.D., Dumfries: Robert Dinwiddie & Co., 194-?

The life and times of the Reverend Dr Duncan of Ruthwell, 1774-1846, father of savings banks:, a bicentenary tribute – on the occasion of the official opening of the Duncan Savings Bank Museum, Ruthwell, Dumfriesshire, 8th October, 1974, Noel Dinwiddie, 1974

Review of Dr. H. Duncan’s Letters on the West India question, Andrew Thomson

The Ruthwell cross, and, the Ruthwell Savings Bank, a handbook for tourists and students, John Linton Dinwiddie, Dumfries, MacCreedon

 

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DUNCAN, JOHN, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

The work of the Holy Spirit in connection with the conversion of the Jews: a lecture, Glasgow, William Collins, 1839

The designs which a people should have in calling a minister to labour among them: a sermon, Thomas Halyburton, with a prefatory note by John Duncan, Cupar, Fife Sentinel office, 1844

Letter to the congregation of the West Free church, Rothesay, occasioned by the death of Peter McBride, Rothesay, J. Wilson, 1846

In the pulpit and at the communion table, with biographical supplement, edited by David Brown, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1874

Colloquia peripatetica: deep-sea soundings, being notes of conversations, William Knight, Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1879

Rich gleanings after the vintage from “Rabbi” Duncan, being Evangelical sermons, lectures & addresses, Free Presbyterian, 1984

Lectures on Protestantism. No. 5, Work of the spirit, sanctification, scripture doctrine of repentance, of confession and mortification of sin, &c., opus operatum, auricular confession, penance, Glasgow, E. Khull

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.4, p.226, Man’s Obligation to Return to God; Vol.4, p.229, Man’s Obligation to Return to God
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Duncan, John

John Duncan, The Original Secession magazine. New Series 10 (1871-72), p.803

John Duncan (Review of his biography), The Original Secession magazine. New Series 11 (1873-74), p.20

Barr, James, Scottish Church History Society, Professor John Duncan (1796-1870)

Statement, with probatory documents, for the Rev. John Duncan, A.M., Milton Church, Glasgow, as a candidate for the Professorship of Oriental languages in the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scottish Guardian Office, 1839

Recollections of the late John Duncan, LL.D., professor of Hebrew and Oriental languages, New College, Edinburgh, A. Moody Stuart, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1872

Life of the late John Duncan, LL.D., professor of Hebrew and Oriental languages, New College, Edinburgh, David Brown, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1872

Dr. John Duncan of Edinburgh, Edinburgh?

John Duncan – Missionary and Scholar in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

 

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DUNCAN, WILLIAM WALLACE

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, March, 1834, Hoddam, Vol.4, Dumfries, p.289; April, 1839, Vol.9, Kinross, p.38

A new Hebrew and English and English and Hebrew lexicon, in three parts to which is appended a new Hebrew grammar, London, Thomas Tegg, 1841

Church and state: an allegory, Cupar, Fife Sentinel Office, 184-?

The old year and the new, designed as a help in seeking to improve the last day of the old year and the first day of the new, Edinburgh, James Taylor

Gideon, son of Joash, Edinburgh, 1860

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.256, The Christian’s Joy; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.135, Stanzas to the Memory of Mrs W.W. Duncan; p.280, Jesus, the Source of all Spiritual Blessings; p.721, An Address to one of the Congregations of the AssociateSynod which have recently joined the Communion of theChurch of Scotland; Vol.3, p.56, The Blessed Consequences of True Repentance; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.225, On the Great Ends of the Ministerial Office

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 62; 161; 249; 346 and 350. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publication – about him
Obituary notice on this web-site: W. Wallace Duncan

Publications – his wife

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.3, Biographical Sketch of Mrs W.W. Duncan, pp. 630, 646 and 662

 

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DUNS, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Biblical natural science, being the explanation of all references in holy scripture to geology, botany, zoology, and physical geography in 2 volumes, London, Wlliam Mackenzie, Vol.2

Memoir of the late Rev. Samuel Martin: minister of the Free Church, Bathgate, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1854

The brotherhood, or, Some social aspects of Christianity, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1856

The Lithology of Edinburgh, John Fleming, edited with a memoir of the author by John Duns, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1859

Reviews of articles and a book on ornithology, Edinburgh, North British Review, 1859

Christianity and Science, the introductory lecture delivered 13th November 1860, in the class of Natural Science, New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1860

The Purpose and Form of Holy Scripture in Christianity and recent speculations. Six lectures by ministers of the Free church, p.99, Edinburgh, J. MacLaren, 1866

Science and Christian thought, London, The Religious Tract Society, 1866?

Creation According to the Book of Genesis and the Confession of Faith: Speculative Natural Science and Theology, Edinburgh, Maclaren, 1870

Life and hope, sermons preached in Free St. John’s Church, Edinburgh, in connection with the death of Sir James Y. Simpson, Bart., with others, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Memoir of Sir James Y. Simpson, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1873

Zoological notes, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1875?

Fishes and reptiles from Old Calabar, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1875?

On the tree mallow (Lavatera arborea) as an agricultural plant for cattle-feeding, papermaking, and other purposes, with others, Edinburgh, Neill & Co., 1877

On the ruff (Machetes pugnax), Edinburgh, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1877?

Notice of a Bohemian executioner’s sword, Edinburgh?, 1878

Notice of the recent explorations in the kitchen middens of extinct Indian tribes, Santa Barbara, California, Edinburgh?, 1878

Notes on smoothing stones now presented to the museum, on cure stones and on an adze of shell, Edinburgh?, 1879

The influence of the recent storm on bird life, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1879

On an undescribed variety of amethyst, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1880?

Notice of an ancient Celtic reliquary ornamented with interlaced work, Edinburgh?, 1880

On the habits of the water vole (Arvicola amphibia), Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1880

The beginnings of Scottish natural science, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1881

Migration of mammals, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1881?

On stone implements from Shetland, Edinburgh?, 1881

Zoology of Mid-Lochaber, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1882?

The nesting of the eider duck, Edinburgh, Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1882?

On a misleading word, D.D., F.R.S.E., 1882

Jottings in Mid-Lochaber, Edinburgh?, 1882

On the theory of natural selection and the theory of design, being a paper read before the Victoria Institute, or Philosophical Society of Great Britain, London?: Victoria Institute?, 1885?

On the theory of natural selection and the theory of design. Part II, London?: Victoria Institute?, 1887?

Obituary notice of His Excellency R.H. Gunning, Esq., Edinburgh, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1901?

Statement for Senatus, New College, Edinburgh, to be laid before the Scottish universities commissioners., with Robert Rainy, Edinburgh
 

Publications – about him

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Duns, John (1820–1909), United Free Church of Scotland minister and university teacher

Testimonials in favour of the Rev. John Duns, Torphichen, candidate for the chair of natural science, New College, Edinburgh, (Part II), Edinburgh, 1859

 

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DYKES, JAMES OSWALD

 

Publications – by him

The dignity of praise, London, Family treasury, 1853 or 1854

Presbyterianism in finance, a statement of the principles of the new Sustentation Fund, London, Ranken and Co., between 1850 and 1859?

Apostolic times revived, a lecture on the present progress of Christ’s kingdom in the north of Ireland, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1859

Farewell address of the Rev. J. Oswald Dykes, read from the pulpit of Free St. Georges, Edinburgh, at the close of the communion service, on Sabbath, 29th January, 1865, Edinburgh, printed for private circulation in the Congregation, 1865

Preaching Christ crucified: a sermon, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1866

Weep not, a funeral sermon, Melbourne, 1866

The perfect example, a lecture to young men delivered in the Mechanics’ Hall, Geelong, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1867

On the written word, London, 1868

The first Christian apology, a sermon, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1869

Thoughts on the book of Revelation and the Church of Christ, a sermon at the induction of Rev. J. Oswald Dykes, Adolph Saphir, London, James Nisbet, 1869

Words about the War Spoken in Regent Square, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1870

The Conditions of Ministerial Success: a Sermon, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1870

A New-Year Pastoral addressed to the Congregation of the Presbyterian Church, Regent Square, 2nd January, 1870, London, James Nisbet, 1870

The conversion of St. Paul, a lecture delivered at Regent Square Presbyterian Church, on Sunday morning, October 9th, 1870, London, J. Paul, 1870

Charge to a missionary to the Jews, address to the Rev. Theodore Meyer, on occasion of his admission to the office of Missionary to the Jews in London, London, Ranken & Co., 1871

The Office of the Eldership in Primitive and Present Times, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1872

Christian manliness, a sermon preached at the close of the English synod of the United Church, in Highbury Park Church, London, October 12, 1871, Melbourne, Samuel Mullen, 1872

The beatitudes of the Kingdom, London, James Nisbet, 1873

The laws of the Kingdom, New York, Robert Carter, 1873

Some present Difficulties in Theology, being lectures to young men delivered at the English Presbyterian College, London, with preface by James Oswald Dykes, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1873

God our comforter, a sermon, London, 1873

From Jerusalem to Antioch: Sketches of the Primitive Church, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1874

Disputed Questions of Belief, being lectures delivered at the English Presbyterian College, London, with a preface by James Oswald Dykes, Hodder and Stoughton, 1874

The relations of the kingdom to the world, London, 1874

Our Father’s Voice, a pastoral, James Nisbet, London, 1875

Problems of Faith, a contribution to present controversies, being a third series of lectures, with a preface by James Oswald Dykes, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1875

A Glance at our Prospects and Duties in The Presbyterian Church of England: a memorial of the Union, p.84, London, James Nisbet, 1876

Correspondence with the Rev. George Smeaton, D.D. Professor, Free Church College, Edinburgh Rev. Robert Rainy, D.D. Principal, Free Church College, Edinburgh Rev. J. Oswald Dykes, D.D. Minister, Presbyterian Church, Regent Square, London, showing the bearing of creed-subscription, as at present enforced in the Presbyterian churches, on the proper investigation of the truth, and on the truthful expression of religious sentiment, D Milne, London, Spottiswoode, 1877

Abraham, the Friend of God: A Study from Old Testament History, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1878

Religion the best safeguard against the dangers of business life, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1878

Aims and methods of Sunday school teaching: a sermon, London, 1879

The claims of the heathen: a call for help: a missionary sermon, Melbourne, M.L. Hutchinson, 1879

The blessed dead, a sermon preached in Regent Square Presbyterian Church on the 12th September, 1880, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1880?

Sowing the seed a plea for the Religious Tract Society, preached in the Presbyterian Church, Regent Square, London, London, Religious Tract Society, 1881

Daily prayers for the household for a month, London, 1881

Sermons, New York, Robert Carter, 1882

The law of the Ten words, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1884

Nearer to Jesus: memorials of Robert Walter Fergus, by his mother, with a prefatory notice by J. Oswald Dykes, 1886

Pagoda shadows: studies from life in China, Adele M. Fielde, with an introduction by J. Oswald Dykes, London, T. Ogilvie Smith, 1887

The Gospel according to St. Paul, studies in the first eight chapters of his epistle to the Romans, London, 1888

Autobiography of the late Donald Fraser: and a selection from his sermons, with a preface by J. Oswald Dykes, London, J. Nisbet & Co., 1892

Plain words on great themes, London, 1892

Links between science and Christ, a discourse preached in the Presbyterian Church Ipswich in connection with the meeting of the British Association, 15th September 1895, London, Publishing Office of the Presbyterian Church of England, 1895

Shakespeare, Puritan and Recusant, Thomas Carter, with a prefatory note by J. Oswald Dykes, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1897

The Anglican view of the church, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work, 1897

The manifesto of the king: an exposition of the sermon on the mount, London, James Nisbet, 1897

Memorials of Hugh M Matheson, preface by James Oswald Dykes, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1899

An Evangelical Free Church Catechism for use in home and school, London, Thomas Law, 1899?

The rootlets of the banyan, or, Church, youth and missions, C. Mann, with introduction by J. Oswald Dykes, London, T. French Downie, 1907

The Christian minister and his duties, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1908

School praise: a hymn book for the young, with others, London, J. Nisbet & Co., 1908

The divine worker in creation and providence, the twenty-first series of Cunningham lectures, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1909

Calvin commemoration (400th anniversary), report of the speeches delivered at Marylebone Presbyterian Church, London, on Friday, 7th May, 1909, with others, London, Presbyterian Church Committee, 1909

In memoriam: sermons and addresses, with others, Swansea, Lewis Evans

 

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ELDER, ROBERT

 

Publications – by him

Information on the non-intrusion question, being addresses delivered on this great principle of the Church of Scotland, with others, at the Dumfries and Maxwelltown non-intrusion meeting, on 13th January 1840, with prefatory and concluding remarks, by the Dumfries and Maxwelltown Non-Intrusion Committee, Dumfries, John Anderson, 1840

Vindication of the Church from the charge of rebellion in her present position, Edinburgh?, J. Johnstone?, 1840?

Danger of spiritual ignorance, a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge on Thursday, June 3, 1841, Edinburgh, Printed for the Society, and sold by William Whyte and Co., 1841

The Lord’s people brought through the fire, being the substance of a discourse preached in the Free Church, Portobello, on Sabbath, the 26th October 1851, being the Sabbath immediately following the funeral of Mrs. Francis Robson, wife of the Rev. Alexander Philip, Portobello , Edinburgh, 1851

Present trial and future glory, two sermons preached on 6th December, 1868, in the Free Church of Dunoon, on the occasion of the death of the Rev. Charles Calder Mackintosh, D.D., Free Church Minister of Dunoon, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1868

The Irish church question, considered with special reference to Free Church principles and the present duty of members of the Free Church, a lecture, delivered in the West Free Church, Rothesay, on the 3rd November, 1868, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1868

A course of three lectures on Free Church principles, considered in the light of Holy Scripture, history and recent legislation, with others, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1877

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.50, The character of Christ as the shepherd of Israel, and the fellow of God; and the sufferings inflicted upon him

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.2, The Fifth of a Series of Lectures on the Jews, pp. 184 and 201; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.793, The Believer’s Prayer for Temporal Blessings

The Modern Scottish Pulpit, From the Excellent Glory, Matthew 17:5, p.179

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 597; 605; 782; 828 and 907. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Robert Elder

Extract minutes of Free Presbytery of Dunoon and Inverary, and reasons of translation in the case of the Reverend Robert Elder, Edinburgh, James Walker, 1847?

Answers by the congregation of Free St. Paul’s, Edinburgh, to reasons for translating the Reverend Robert Elder to Rothesay, Edinburgh, Colston, printer; 1847?

Puritan theology, or, law, grace, and truth, being discourses polemical, practical, and historical, George Macaulay, with a prefatory letter to the Rev. Robert Elder, Glasgow, Francis Orr & Sons, 1872, in two volumes, Vol.1 ; Vol.2

 

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FAIRBAIRN, PATRICK

 

Publications – by him

The increase of knowledge in the latter times, a sermon preached in St. Magnus, Kirkwall, on 23d August, 1835, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1835

Exposition of the first Epistle of Peter, considered in reference to the whole system of divine truth, Wilhelm Steiger, translated by Patrick Fairbairn, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1836: Vol.1, Vol.2

The parables of Jesus explained and illustrated, Frederick Gustav Lisco, translated by P. Fairbairn, Edinburgh, T. Clark, 1840

The real opinions of the most eminent reformers, regarding the Sabbath, carefully examined, and shown not to be the lax and unsound description they are commonly supposed, and have of late been openly asserted to be, Edinburgh, 1842

Letter to Rev Phelps, (manuscript), 1843

The typology of scripture, or, The doctrine of types investigated in its principles, and applied to the explanation of the earlier revelations of God, considered as preparatory exhibitions of the leading truths of the Gospel, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1845-47

Jonah, his life, character, and mission, viewed in connexion with the prophet’s own times, and future manifestations of God’s mind and will in prophecy, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1849

Selections from the Proverbs of Solomon, arranged under appropriate heads, so as to aid the memory and form a series of lessons for the young, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

Ezekiel, and the book of his prophecy, an exposition, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1851

The Revelation of St John, expounded for those who search the Scriptures, E.W. Hengstenberg, translated from the original by Patrick Fairbairn, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1851-52: Vol.1, Vol.2

The calling and acquirements of the Christian ministry viewed in connection with the leading tendancies of the age, an introductory lecture delivered at the opening of the Free Church College, Aberdeen, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1852

The typology of Scripture, viewed in connection with the entire scheme of the divine dispensations, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1854

Thoughts on college matters in connection with the Free Church, and with an especial reference to the Hall at Aberdeen, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1854

Discourses, essays, and poems, selected from the writings of the late W. Ewan, edited, with an introductory biographical notice, by Patrick Fairbairn, Aberdeen, 1855

Prophecy viewed in respect to its distinctive nature, its special function, and proper interpretation, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1856

Papers in the case of the Rev. Walter C. Smith for the use of the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, Patrick Fairbairn, Convener, Glasgow, printed by Bell & Bain, 1866

Theological essays, reprinted from The Princeton Review, first series, with a preface by Patrick Fairbairn, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1856

Hermeneutical manual, or, Introduction to the exegetical study of the Scriptures of the New Testament, Edinburgh, 1858

The Christ of scripture, and the Christ of modern theorists, in Lectures delivered before the Dublin Young Men’s Christian Association, in connexion with the United Church of England and Ireland, during the year 1864., with others, Dublin, Hodges, Smith and Co., 1865

The proper work of a Theological College, and the means necessary to its accomplishment, being the introductory lecture at the opening of the Free Church College, Glasgow, on 2nd November, 1865, Glasgow, 1865

Divine revelation explained and vindicated, a course of lectures for the times, with others, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1866

Imperial Bible-dictionary, historical, biographical, geographical, and doctrinal, including the natural history, antiquities, manners, customs, and religious rites and ceremonies mentioned in the Scriptures, and an account of the several books of the Old and New Testaments / edited by Patrick Fairbairn, Glasgow, Blackie, 1866: Vol. 1, Vol.2

Commentary on the Psalms, Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg, translated by Patrick Fairbairn, Edinburgh, Clark, 1869-1870: Vol.1, Vol.2, Vol. 3

The revelation of law in Scripture, considered with respect both to its own nature, and to its relative place in successive dispensations, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1869

The Pastoral Epistles, the Greek text and translation, with introduction, expository notes, and dissertations, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1874

Pastoral theology, a treatise on the office and duties of the Christian pastor, with a biographical sketch of the author by James Dodds, Dunbar, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1875

The book of the prophet Ezekiel, theologically and homiletically expounded, Fr. Wilhelm Julius Schröder, translated, enlarged and edited by Patrick Fairbairn and others, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1876

Salvation by water and blood, 1 John 5: 6 in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877

History of the development of the doctrine of the person of Christ, I.A Dorner, Edinburgh, T. Clark, 1889-1892; Part 2, vol. 3 has an appendix by Patrick Fairbairn, reviewing the controversies in Britain on the subject since the middle of the 17th century see here

The teachers’ and students’ illustrated, comprehensive, critical, practical and explanatory Bible encyclopedia, together with a combined chronological record of contemporaneous events in Biblical and secular history, and a self-pronouncing dictionary of Scripture proper names, giving their meaning in the original language, Toledo, Ohio, Browning-Dixon Co., 1902

The interpretation of prophecy, London, Banner of Truth Trust, 1964, (limited search)

Spanish: La profecía, su naturaleza, función e interpretación, Barcelona, Libros CLIE, 1985

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.349, Christ on the cross drawing all men to him, John 12:32
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Fairbairn, Patrick

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.3, p. 610

Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 18, William Garden Blaikie, Fairbairn, Patrick

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Fairbairn, Patrick (1805–1874), theologian

Messiah’s kingdom coming on the earth, a reply to the mystic interpretation of scripture, James Payne, Sovereign Grace Advent Testimony, 1965: contains a review of ‘The interpretation of prophecy’, by Patrick Fairbairn

Patrick Fairbairn in Biblical hermeneutics as related to quotations of the Old Testament in the New, Roger R Nicole, Robert E Morosco, Evangelical Theological Society, Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, Ontario Bible College and Theological Seminary, 1981

A study of Scottish hermeneutical method from John Knox to the early twentieth century, from Christian to secular, Marc Clauson, Lewiston, New York, Edwin Mellen Press, 2004

 

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FERGUSON, ARCHIBALD

 

Publications – by him

Jehovah the covenant-God of departed saints, a sermon on the death of the Rev. William Brown, Dundee, 1853

The microscope, its revelations and application in science and art, Edinburgh, T. Constable, 1858

Spiritual illumination, or, Jesus anointed to preach recovering of sight to the blind, a sermon delivered before the Free Synod of Angus and Mearns, on October 23rd, 1860, Dundee, W. & J. Middleton, 1860

Christ dying for the helpless and ungodly, a communion sermon, Aberdeen, George and Robert King, 1861

The heavenly bridegroom’s desire for his bride, a communion sermon, preached in the Free Church, Alyth, on August 9th, 1868, Aberdeen, James Murray, 1868

Particular Redemption and the Universal Gospel Offer, Edinburgh, 1870

Addresses delivered at the induction of the Rev. James Masson on August 7th, 1884, Alyth, Thomas McMurray, 1884
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Archibald Ferguson

 

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FLEMING, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Short account of the rocks which occur in the neighbourhood of Dundee, Wernerian Natural History Society, Edinburgh?, 1812

On the changes of colour in the feathers of birds, independent of moulting, London, Zoological Society, 1819?

The Philosophy of Zoology, Or a General View of the Structure, Functions, and Classification of Animals, 1822 Vol.1, Vol.2

On the British testaceous annelides, 1825

The geological deluge, as interpreted by Baron Cuvier and Professor Buckland, inconsistent with the testimony of Moses and the phenomena of nature, from the Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Edinburgh, 1826

Letter, 1827 Sept. 3, Fask, (Flisk?) to David Laing

History of British animals, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1828

On the occurrence of the scales of vertebrated animals in the old red sandstone of Fifeshire, Wernerian Natural History Society, 1831

Letter, 1836 Mar. 31, King’s College, Aberdeen, to Cosmo Innes

Molluscous animals, including shell fish, containing an exposition of their structure, systematical arrangement, physical distribution, and dietetical uses, with reference to the extinct races, Edinburgh, A. and C. Black, 1837

Zoology and botany, in The Bass Rock, its civil and ecclesiastic history, Edinburgh, J. Greig & son, 1848

The temperature of the seasons, and its influence on inorganic objects and on plants and animals, Edinburgh, 1851

Correspondence between William Gillespie, Esq. of Torbanehill, and the Rev. Dr. John Fleming, professor of natural science in the New College, Edinburgh, in reference to certain matters connected with minerals and morals, Edinburgh, M. Macphail, 1854

On the different branches of natural history, the chairs which have been instituted for their illustration, and the manner in which they should be subordinated, 1856

The institutes of natural science, exhibiting the arrangement followed in the lectures , Edinburgh, printed for the author, 1857

Lithology of the environs of Edinburgh, with a memoir by John Duns., Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1859

Observations on the mineralogy of the neighbourhood of Cork, Wernerian Natural History Society, Edinburgh, 18–?

To be revised and completed

 

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FOOTE, ALEXANDER LEITH ROSS

 

Publications – by him

Obadiah, or, The fear of the Lord in youth, a sermon addressed to the young of the Sabbath schools in connexion with the Old Church of Brechin, on the evening of Sabbath, 27th June, 1841, Brechin, Black, 1841

Report of the Committee on the State of Religion in the Congregations within the Free Presbytery of Brechin and the means of reviving the same, approved of 4th February 1845, Montrose, J. Mitchell, 1845?

Christianity a life, a sermon, preached in Free St. George’s Church, Edinburgh, Nov. 24, 1853, on behalf of the Edinburgh Bible Society

Christ, the great reformer, Stirling, 1854

Christianity viewed in some of its leading aspects, Edinburgh, 1854

Incidents in the life of Our Saviour, illustrative of his divine character and mission, London, J. Nisbet, 1854

The spirit of the Lord not straitened, 185-?

Closing scenes in the life of Christ, London, J. Nisbet, 1857

The great Indian revolt and its lessons, a sermon preached in the West Free Church, Brechin, on the national fast, October 7, 1857, Montrose, George Walker, 1857

Address from a Pastor to his People, at their meeting as a congregation to render thanks for his recovery from a season of severe sickness, James Brewster, and Alexander L.R .Foote, George Walker, Montrose, 1860.

Views of faith, London, 1866

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.337, On the Choice of Companions; p.633, The Restoration of Salvation’s Joy; Vol.2, p.716, A Testimony to the Superiority of Religious Character in the History of Jabez; Vol.3, p.65, The Journey of Life; p.137, Second Stage of the Journey of Life, or, The Bible the Best Guide of Youth; p.584, Heaven, a Place of Active Service
 

Publication – about him

In memoriam. Rev. A.L.R. Foote, D.D., David Herschell Edwards, Brechin, 1878

 

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FOOTE, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

The duty of Christians to persevere in the cause of religion, a sermon, preached on 4th September, 1816, in aid of the funds of the Aberdeen Auxiliary Missionary Society, Aberdeen, 1816

The Perpetuity, Happiness, and Extent, of the Redeemer’s Kingdom, a Sermon Dundee, Colville and Son, 1818

The wilderness made glad, a sermon, preached before The Missionary Society, at The Tabernacle, on Wednesday evening, May 12, 1819, London, printed for the Society, 1819

The Aberdeen pulpit, a series of sketches of the Aberdeen clergy, James Bruce, Aberdeen, Strachan, 1840

Pastoral letter, Aberdeen, 1844

A doctrinal, experimental, and practical treatise on effectual calling, Edinburgh, 1846

Plea for the extension of theological education in the Free Church of Scotland and for the immediate appointment of another professor in the Divinity Hall at Aberdeen, addressed to the members of the General Assembly of May, 1850, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1850

The parable of the ten virgins, opened and applied by Thomas Shepard, with a biographical preface by James Foote, Aberdeen, G. & R. King, 1853

Communion week sermons1, Edinburgh, 1854

Lectures on the Gospel according to Luke, Edinburgh, Ogle & Murray, 1858

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.4, p.85, Wisdom to be obtained from God alone; Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.265, This world not our rest, Micah 2:10; Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.97, The Spirit of the lord not straitened, Micah 2:7

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, On the Evil of Vain Curiosity and Indeterminable and Useless Speculations, pp. 581; 621 and 652

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 1; 248 and 904. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)

 

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FORBES, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Lectures on Protestantism. No. 4, The true church, Christ its head, its safety and preservation, the authority of its ministers, false claims to infallibility and supremacy, usurped power, Glasgow, E. Khull

Three sermons for the Lord’s Day, Glasgow, M. Ogle, 1831

On the rule of faith , and Popery, the enemy of freedom, and the bane of national prosperity, in Lectures on popery, delivered in Glasgow, at the request of the Glasgow Protestant Association, Glasgow, William Collins, 1836

A sermon preached in St. Paul’s Church, Glasgow, on Thursday, 23d November, 1837, being the day of public thanksgiving appointed by the Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, Glasgow, William Collins, 1837

The theory of the differential and integral calculus, derived synthetically from an original principle, Glasgow, William Collins, 1837

A letter requesting the vote for Dr Makellar of Pencaitland as moderator of the 1840’s General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, with others, Edinburgh?, 1840?

Introductory lecture, on the physical, educational & religious improvement of the people, especially of the great towns, Glasgow, William Collins, 1842

A sermon preached in Langton Free Church on Sabbath, the 9th July, 1848, on occasion of the death of the Rev. John Brown, D.D., Edinburgh, 1848

The atonement, or, the death of Christ the redemption of His people, a posthumous treatise, Andrew Marshall, edited by John Forbes, Glasgow, T. Murray, 1868

The union question, what is to be substituted for the sustentation fund?, being the minutes of meeting of the Union Committee of December 17, 1867, and a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, on February 5, 1868, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1868

Minute of the Committee of the Free Church Defence Association, the new proposal of incorporation made by the Union Committee, signed by order of the Committee, 1872?

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.49, The Sin of Overcarefulness concerning Temporal Objects; Vol.2, p.169, On Venial Sin, and Auricular Confession; Vol.4, p.181, Subjection to Civil Authorities; Vol.5, p.397, The Sin of Cruelty to Animd; Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.37, Moses a type of Christ, Deuteronomy, 18:16-18

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.1, p.41, On Living to the Glory of God; p.632, Christ the Source and Support of Spiritual Life

 

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FORBES, ROBERT

 

Publications – by him

Questions for the use of parents preparatory to their receiving the ordinance of baptism for their children, with brief addresses on parental qualifications and duties, Aberdeen, G. King, 1839

Pastoral retrospects of the years 1840-50, annual sermons preached in Woodside, at the beginning of the following year, Aberdeen, George and Robert King, Woodside, David Ferrier

Questions for the use of young persons, preparatory to their receiving the ordinance of the Lord’s supper for the first time, Aberdeen, George King, 1842

Remains of the Rev. Robert Forbes, late minister of Woodside, being a selection from his public discourses and popular lectures, with a sketch of his life, Aberdeen, George & Robert King, 1861

Digest of rules and procedure in the inferior courts of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter & Co., 1869

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.23, The gathering of God’s people

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 68; 90; 122; 136; 292; 452; 653 and 790. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publication – about him

Presentation of a testimonial to the Rev. Robert Forbes, A.M., at a meeting in the Free Church, Woodside, on the 28th June, 1856, Aberdeen, 1856

 

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FORDYCE, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Limited monarchy, or, Ruling self, London, 1865

Tried and true, London, 1865

For friends, India?, 1870?

Efficacy of prayer as taught by the Lord Jesus, a tract, Simla, Book and Tract Depot, 1873

Resolutions versus a revolution, Stirling, Drummond’s Tract Depot, 1901

Fellow travellers, or, Views from Mount Clear

 

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FORRESTER, ALEXANDER

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, December, 1838, Sorbie, Vol.4, Wigtown, p.22

Circular, to the adherents of the Free Church, and other Presbyterians, in the lower provinces of British North America, Halifax? Nova Scotia

The sustentation of the gospel ministry, a sermon preached at the opening of the synod of the Free Church of Nova Scotia, at Halifax, June 25th, 1851, Halifax, Nova Scotia ?, 1851

Duty of the Legislature of Nova Scotia with respect to collegiate education, Halifax, Nova Scotia?, 1852

The object, benefits and history of Normal Schools, with act of legislature of Nova Scotia anent Normal School, Halifax, Nova Scotia, James Barnes, 1855

Register and circular with brief history and condition of the Normal School of Nova-Scotia, 1862, Halifax, Nova Scotia?, 1862?

Address to the people of Nova Scotia on the support of the common schools, 186-?

The teacher’s text book, Halifax, Nova Scotia, A. & W. Mackinlay, 1867
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Alexander Forrester

History of the Forrester Memorial, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1872

The Forrester memorial Halifax, Nova Scotia, published under the direction of the Memorial Committee, 1872

The founding of the Normal and Model schools at Truro, with special reference to Alexander Forrester, their first principal, 1855-1869, Robert Paton Harvey, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Dalhousie University, 1972

Alexander Forrester and the establishment of a normal school, Truro, Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Teachers College, 1989.

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FRASER ALEXANDER CAMPBELL

 

Publications – by him

Inaugural lecture delivered by Professor Fraser, at the opening of the class of logic and metaphysics, in the New College, 10th December, 1846, Edinburgh, John D. Lowe, 1847

Essays in philosophy, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1856

Rational philosophy in history and in system, an introduction to a logical and metaphysical course, Edinburgh, T. Constable, 1858

Archbishop Whately and the restoration of the study and logic, a lecture, London, 1864

The literary life of Isaac Taylor, 1865?

Course of mental philosophy in Edinburgh Ladies’ Educational Association, Introductory lectures, Edinburgh, 1868

On Mental Philosophy, in Edinburgh Ladies’ Educational Association, Introductory lectures of the Second Session, 1868-69

Life and letters of George Berkeley, D.D., formerly Bishop of Cloyne, and an account of his philosophy, with many writings of Bishop Berkeley hitherto unpublished, metaphysical, descriptive, theological, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1871

Biographical notice of J.S. Mill, Edinburgh, 1874?

Notebook of Sir James Matthew Barrie, for rough notes on Alexander Campbell Fraser’s lectures on logic and metaphysics, 1880-1881

The two-hundredth birthday of Bishop George Berkeley, a discourse given at Yale college on the 12th of March, 1885, Noah Porter., most of the material taken from the writings of Alexander Campbell Fraser, New York, C. Scribner’s, 1885

Reminiscences of Yarrow, James Russel, with preface by Professor Campbell Fraser, Edinburgh, 1886.

Recent and prospective reform in the Faculty of Arts, address at the graduation ceremonial of the University of Edinburgh, April 20, 1887, Edinburgh, Thin, 1887

Locke, Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1890

An essay concerning human understanding, by John Locke, collated and annotated, with prolegomena, biographical, critical, and historical, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1894: Vol.1, Vol.2

Philosophy of theism, being the Gifford lectures delivered before the University of Edinburgh in 1894-96, Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1895-1896

Thomas Reid, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1898

The works of George Berkeley, including his posthumous works, with prefaces, annotations, appendices, and an account of his life, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1901: Vol.1, Vol.2, Vol.3, Vol.4

Biographia philosophica, a retrospect, Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1905

John Locke as a factor in modern thought, London?, 1905

Berkeley and spiritual realism, London, A. Constable, 1908

Berkeley, Edinburgh, 1909

Selections from Berkeley, annotated, an introduction to the problems of modern philosophy for the use of students in colleges and universities, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1910

Various Letters to William Angus Knight, manuscripts

Modern metaphysicians in a compilation by John Russell Amberley, Viscount
 

Publications – about him

Some considerations on the educational system of the Scottish universities as compared with those of England, with a particular reference to the universities of Edinburgh and Oxford, in a letter to the Rev. A.C. Fraser, Robert Couper Black, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1850

Testimonials in behalf of Professor Fraser’s application for the Chair of Logic and Metaphysics in the University of Edinburgh, part 1, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1856

Testimonials in behalf of Professor Fraser, as candidate for the Chair of Logic and Metaphysics in the University of Edinburgh, part 2, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable 1856

Alexander Campbell Fraser, a sketch of his life and philosophical position, John Kellie, Edinburgh, R. Anderson & Son, 1909

Alexander Campbell Fraser, A. Seth Pringle-Pattison, London, 1914?
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FRASER, DONALD

 

Publications – by him

Leaves from a minister’s portfolio, London, J. Nisbet, 1858

Concerning the King, a discourse, Inverness, printed and published at the Advertiser Office, 1859

On full assurance, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1860

Christ or mammon, an address delivered in the Stafford rooms, Titchborne Street, Edgware Road, London, J. B. Sumner, 1864

Comprehensive Presbyterian union in Scotland, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1867

Apostolic doctrine concerning Israel, a sermon preached before the British Society for the Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews, May 16, 1870, London, James Nisbet, 1870

The church of God and the apostacy, London, 1872

Christ and the Church, a sermon preached on October 5th, 1873, London, F. E. Longley, 1873

The consequences of the Bennett judgment as seen from the outside, a paper read to the office-bearers of the Presbyterian Church in London, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1873

Canada, as I remember it, and as it is, London?, 1876?

The comparative effects of Judaism and Christianity upon the world in The Jews in relation to the church and the world, a course of lectures, London, Hodder and Stoughton 1877

The ritualistic claim of spiritual independence, distinguished from that of the Free Church of Scotland, a lecture, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1877

1 Samuel; 2 Samuel: homilies by various authors, 1880

The Living One, a sermon on Revelation 1:17-18, West London Auxiliary Sunday School Union, 1880

The Lord’s Day, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1880

Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL. D., New York, A.C. Armstrong and Son, 1882

Speeches of the Holy Apostles, Edinburgh, MacNiven & Wallace, 1882

1 Corinthians, Homilies, 1883

2 Corinthians, Homilies, 1885.

Metaphors in the Gospels, a series of short studies, New York, R. Carter, 1885

Thomas à Kempis and the “De Imitatione Christi”, Edinburgh?, between 1880 and 1889?

Synoptical lectures on the books of Holy Scripture, New York, Robert Carter, 1886: Vol.1, Vol.2

A presbyterian on the situation, London, The Liberal Unionist Association, printed and published by Cassell & Co., 1887

Seven promises expounded, London, James Nisbet, 1889

Mary Jane Kinnaird, London, Nisbet, 1890

The Presbyterian Church of England, an outline of its doctrine, worship, polity history, London, Publishing Office of the Presbyterian Church of England, 1890

Autobiography of Donald Fraser and a selection from his sermons, London, 1892

Sound doctrine, a commentary on the Articles of the faith of the Presbyterian Church of England, London, 1892
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Donald Fraser

Dictionary of National Biography, 1901 supplement, Edward Irving Carlyle, Fraser, Donald

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, E. I. Carlyle, revised by H. C. G. Matthew, Fraser, Donald (1826–1892), minister of the Presbyterian Church of England

 

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GALL, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Home missions the people’s work, an address delivered at a meeting of the Friends of Sabbath Schools and Missionary Effort, 28th June 1858, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1858

The Carrubbers close mission, Edinburgh, Gall and Inglis, 1860

The complete shorter catechism, divided into twenty-five sections, with a minute tabular analysis, a catechetical exercise on each question, Edinburgh, James Gall, 1860

The People’s Atlas of the Stars with key maps, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1862

An Interpreting Concordance of the New Testament, with the Greek original of every word, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1863

Immediate salvation for the chief of sinners; or, A practical guide for anxious inquirers, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1864

Dipping not baptism, showing that what is called believer’s baptism is not Christian baptism, in mode, meaning, or purpose, being a sign of the old covenant, not a seal of the new, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1864

Instant salvation, by the instant acceptance of a mediator and surety, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1864?

“Dipping not baptism” as yet unanswered, being an exposure of the failure of the Rev. Francis Johnston’s recent lectures in reply, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1865?

Johnston’s illustrations of astronomy, Sheet no. 1, The solar system, Edinburgh, 186-

Wherein the Morisonians are wrong, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, between 1860 and 1869?

Six letters to the Rev. Dr. Begg and his protesting minority, shewing that their “Statement, explanatory and defensive,” involves an abandonment of Free Church principles; a denial of the divine authority of Presbyterianism, and the adoption of the distinctive principle of the seceders, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1868?

A seventh letter to the Rev. Dr Begg and his protesting minority, shewing that endowments are a political, not a theological question, and according to their “Statement,” either an impossibility or a sin, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1868?

An easy guide to the constellations, with a miniature atlas of the stars and key maps, Edinburgh, Gall and Inglis, 1869?

A catechism on Christian baptism, with scripture proofs, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1870?

Hymns and spiritual songs, with music, compiled and edited by James Gall, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, between 1860-1880

Primeval man unveiled, or, the anthropology of the Bible, London, Hamilton, Adams, 1871

The Gospel of Christ and the omnipotence of prayer consistent with law, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1873

Handbook of astronomy, Sheet 2, Astronomical diagrams, London, W. & A.K. Johnston, 1874

Handbook of astronomy, Sheet 1, The solar system, London, W. & A.K. Johnston, 1874

The use of wine at the Lord’s Supper, not sanctioned in Scripture, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1874

Congregational work, the hope of the world, Edinburgh, Lorimer and Gillies, 1875?

Handbook of astronomy, Sheet 3, Celestial objects, London, W. & A.K. Johnston, 1875

Tonic sol-fa, harmonized edition of the two hundred hymns & spiritual songs, edited by James Gall, Edinburgh; London, Gall & Inglis, 1877?

The evangelistic baptism indispensable to the Church for the conversion of the world , Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1878

A condensed history of Carrubber’s Close Mission, from its projection in 1857 till the death of Mr. Jenkinson in 1880, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1880?

Congregational evangelism, the hope of the world, with a first report of the Canongate Christian Institute, Edinburgh, Canongate Christian Institute, 1880

The Salvation Army, and the secret of its success, Edinburgh, Religious Tract Society, 1881

Good Friday a chronological mistake, or, The real history of our Lord’s burial recovered, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1882

John Knox’s open Bible-readings, being an address to the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Religious Tract & Book Society of Scotland, 1882?

An early guide to the constellations with a miniature atlas of the stars and key maps, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 188-

Wherein millenarians are wrong, or, Christ’s second coming proved to be impossible until the Father has made his enemies his footstool, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, 1887

The synagogue, not the temple, the germ and model of the Christian Church, London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1890

The engaged ring, a guide to anxious inquirers, Stirling, Drummond’s Tract Depot, 1901?

The railway, an illustration of the way of salvation by Christ, Stirling, Drummond’s Tract Depot, 1901?

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.2, p.102, On the Indifference of Parents to the Scriptural Education of their Children
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Gall

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Wherein the “Morisonians” are right, a letter to Mr. James Gall, Jun., George T. M.Inglis, Edinburgh, 1861

 

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GARDNER, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Memoirs of Christian females, with an essay on the influences of female piety, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Memoirs of Christian Missionaries, with Essay on the Extension of the Missionary Spirit, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Christ on the mount, a practical exposition of the fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of the Gospel according to Matthew, Edinburgh, an Bell and Bradfute, 1849

Unto the Venerable the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, the Memorial and Representation of the Rev. James Gardner, M.D. and A.M., formerly Minister of the Free Church Congregation at Dunnichen, Presbytery of Forfar, Edinburgh, printed by Johnstone & Hunter, 1853

The great fight of afflictions, Memoirs of deeply tried Christians, London, T. Nelson, 1858

The Christian cyclopaedia, or repertory of biblical and theological literature , Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1860

The faiths of the world, an account of all religions and religious sects, their doctrines, rites, ceremonies, and customs, Edinburgh, 1858?-1860?: Vol.1, Vol.2, Vol.3

Heroines of Missionary Enterprise and Christian Influence, London, Dean and Son, 1864
 

Publications – about him

Testimonials in Favour of Rev James Gardner

 

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GARDNER, WILLIAM ROBERT WARDROP

 

Publications – by him

Christianity and Muḥammadanism, London, Madras and Colombo, Christian Literature Society for India, 1910

The doctrine of man, London, Christian Literature Society for India, 1913

The Qur’ānic doctrine of salvation, London, Christian Literature Society for India, 1914

The Qur’ānic doctrine of sin, Madras, Christian Literature Society for India, 1914

The Qur’ānic doctrine of God, Madras, Christian Literature Society for India, 1916

Al-Ghazali, Madras, Christian Literature Society for India, 1919

Jihad in The legacy of Jihad, Islamic holy war and the fate of non-Muslims, edited by Andrew G. Bostom, Amherst, New York, Prometheus Books, 2005

 

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GEMMEL, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

A discourse delivered at Fairlie on Sabbath 3rd November, 1844, being the anniversary of the day on which the congregation of the Free Church was deprived of church and school-house, and driven to worship God in a stable, Glasgow, William Collins & Co., 1844

A sermon, preached at Fairlie after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., with some reminiscences of the author, Edinburgh, 1847

The study of the works of creation in connection with the word of God, a discourse on occasion of the death of the Rev. Dr. Landsborough of Saltcoats preached in Fairlie Free Church, 1st October, 1854, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1854

The Gospel in Isaiah, being an exposition of the 55th & 56th chapters of his prophecies, Edinburgh, 1872

Hymns to the blessed Trinity, Edinburgh, Maclaren and Macniven, 1873

The renewal of the soul, being an exposition of the third chapter of the Gospel according to John, Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1878

Didactic Poem, in Three Books, Glasgow, James Maclehose, 1880

The atonement, a poem in two parts, Glasgow, Dunn & Wright, 1883

 

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GIBB, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Some present difficulties in theology, being lectures to young men, delivered at the English Presbyterian College, London, London, 1873

Biblical studies and their influence upon the Church, an introductory lecture delivered in the College of the Presbyterian Church of England, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1877

Gudrun and other stories, from the epics of the Middle Ages, London, Marshall, Japp and Co., 1881

The table talk of Martin Luther, IVth centenary edition, with an introduction signed John Gibb, London, T. Fisher Unwin, 1883

Erasmus of Rotterdam, London, Religious Tract Society, 188-

Martin Luther, the reformer of Germany, London, Religious Tract Society, 188-

Fénelon, Archbishop of Cambrai, London, Religious Tract Society, 1892?

The confessions of Augustine, edited by John Gibb and William Montgomery, Cambridge University Press, 1908

The works of Aurelius Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, a new translation, edited by Marcus Dods. Vol.10, Lectures or tractates on the Gospel according to St. John, translated by John Gibb. Vol.1
 

Publications – about him

Image by John Peddie

The mind of John Gibb, a miniature portrait, London, Nisbet & Co., Ltd., 1923

 

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GIBSON, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Remarks on the speech of A. C. Dick, Esq. Advocate, with the expenditure of the Glasgow city churches; and a glance at the spirit of the speeches delivered at the formation of the Glasgow Voluntary Church Society; with a short review of Dr. Wardlaw’s sermon “On civil establishments of Christianity”, Glasgow, M. Ogle, 1833

The principle of voluntary churches, and not the principle of an establishment, proved to be the real origin of Romish and priestly domination, an historical essay, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1833

The poor man’s enemies exposed, being a plain statement of matters of fact, principally for the consideration of the poor themselves, Glasgow, W. Collins, 183-?

Lectures on church establishments, on the tendency of the voluntary principle to make the church either a slave or a tyrant, as illustrated by ecclesiastical history, with an answer to the objection, that the establishment principle interferes with the private rights of conscience, and necessarily leads to injustice and persecution, Lecture 6, Glasgow, William Collins, 1835

The compulsory challenge evaporating, or, The report of the proceedings at Crieff in April 1835, including the correspondence between the Rev. W. Ramsay of Crieff and the Rev. James Gibson of Glasgow, Crieff, W. McDonald & Son, Printers, 1835?

Bible burning in Glasgow, containing the whole correspondence between the Right Rev. John Murdoch, D.D., and the Rev. James Gibson, of the College Church, together with the depositions on both sides of the question, 1836

Family worship, a series of prayers with doctrinal and practical remarks on passages of Sacred Scripture for every morning and evening throughout the war; adapted to the services of domestic worship, by one hundred and eighty clergymen of the Church of Scotland, edited by James Gibson, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1841

The union of church and state, what is it? and what is it not, Glasgow, Robert Munsie, 1842?

A plain but friendly remonstrance addressed to the Glasgow Memomorialists to Government, regarding the affairs of the Church of Scotland, together with a few words of warning to the friends of the Church in Glasgow, Glasgow, William Blackwood, 1843?

Exposure of the evasions, misrepresentations and abuse contained in “the book” recently published by the Rev. William Arnot, entitled “Temperance and total abstinence”, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1846

Objections to the principles of the proposed evangelical alliance, stated in the speeches of the Rev. Andrew King, A.M., and Rev. James Gibson, A.M., in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, February 4, 1846, Glasgow, William Blackwood, 1846

Speeches of the Rev. James Gibson and Rev. Andrew King in the synod of Glasgow and Ayr, with a review of the principles maintained in the speeches of the Rev. Dr. Candlish and others, on Christian union, delivered in Glasgow, on the 28th October, 1845; also, remarks on the “Narrative” and “Address” of the Liverpool conference, Glasgow, William Blackwood, 1846

Public thanksgiving, or the duty of nationally recognising God’s authority, government, and law, a discourse delivered in Free Kingston Church, Glasgow, November 15, 1849, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1849

Extension of divinity halls, a letter addressed to Free Churchmen, and especially to the Free Churchmen of Glasgow, with a reply to the pamphlets of the Rev. Dr. Cavendish and Rev. Dr. James Buchanan, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1850

Marriage affinity question, or marriage with the sister of a deceased wife fully discussed in light of history, ecclesiastical and civil law, scripture, reason and expediency, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1854

Supplement to Reasons assigned by an Elder of the Free Church for declining to sign a petition to Parliament against a bill for legalising marriage with the sister of a deceased wife, with some remarks on a speech delivered by the Rev. James Gibson, before the Glasgow Free Church Presbytery, Henry Tod, Glasgow, David Robertson, 1854

Principles of Bible temperance, a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, May 2, 1855; Glasgow, W. R. McPhun, 1855

Some brief conclusions, historical, scriptural, legal and moral, against the marriage of a man with the sister of a deceased wife, addressed to members of Parliament, 1855

What is the infidel standard of truth?, with a review of the doctrines of modern spiritualism; being the introductory lecture delivered at the opening of the Free Church College, Glasgow, November 3, session 1858-59, Glasgow, T. Murray, 1858

Glasgow College case, Professor Gibson and students, Glasgow?, 1859?

Truth vindicated & contrasted with error, and error tried & contrasted with truth, being a statement prepared for the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, in the case of certain students of Glasgow Free Church College, Thomas Murray and Son, 1859

Speeches of the Rev. Professor Gibson in the case of the Rev. W.C. Smith, with notes and brief appendix, Glasgow, Thomas Murray, 1866

The Decalogue in the Old Testament and morality in the New, or, The Decalogue not dead and buried, but alive, “together with Christ”, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1866

The union question, its present position, delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, September 5, 1866, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1866

The union question, speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, March 23, 1868, with a statement on the question of doctrine intended for the General Assembly, 1867, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1868

The Public Worship of God, Its Authority and Modes, Hymns and Hymn Books Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1869

The true freedom of the church of Christ in the light of scripture, and how it can be secured, speeches delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, March 10, 1869, with others, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1869?

Correspondence between Murdoch MacDonald and James Gibson on the union negotiations between the Free Church of Scotland and United Presbyterian Church, reprinted from the Inverness Courier, 1870?

The union question, re-statement of the difference, Free churchism v. broad churchism, a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, November 9, 1870, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter & Co., 1870

Reply by the Committee of the Free Church of Scotland Defence Association to a paper issued “in name of the Elders’ Union Committees of Edinburgh and Glasgow”, and subscribed by F. Brown Douglas, Gilbert Beith, John Greig, Glasgow, 1871

The Church in relation to the State, edited by J. McNaught, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter and Co., 1872

The Waldenses, their home and their history, Edinburgh, Religious Tract and Book Society of Scotland, 19??

The Inability of Man, Both Natural and Moral, to Receive the Testimony of God, with Its Relation to Gospel Doctrine and Moral Responsibility

Lectures on Protestantism, No. 8, Connexion between popery and infidelity, historical illustrations, Glasgow, E. Khull, printer to the University

The minute of the Free Church College Committee in the case of the Glasgow Free Church College, with strictures and relative evidence

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.2, p.461, The Service of God the only True Dignity; Vol.5, p.21, The Truth as it is in Jesus, the only Instrument of Moral Renovation; Vol.5, p.463, Commemoration of the Third Centenary of the Reformation from Popery

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.105, Discourse, Psalm 34:1-5
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Gibson, James

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.21, James Tait, Gibson, James (1799-1871)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, James Lachlan MacLeod, Gibson, James (1799–1871), Free Church of Scotland minister and theologian

? Letters to the Rev. James Gibson by R. Thomson, Esq., relative to Mr. Macbeth’s case, Glasgow, J. Buckie & Co. 1849

 

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GORDON, ROBERT

 

Publications – by him

The Farmer’s Magazine, 1810 (Vol.11), Estimate of the Expense of Enclosing by Hedge and Ditch, pp.35-37; On the Education of Farmers etc., pp.281-286; Observations concerning the Natural History of Marl, pp.500-507; 1811 (Vol.12), Thoughts on the Character and Qualities which belong to a good Land Steward or Factor pp.197-202; 1812 (Vol.13), On the Utility of Meteorological Journals, pp.346-351; On Dividing up a Triangle into any number of equal parts, p.351; 1813 (Vol.14), A system of book-keeping for farmers, pp.139 to 153

Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics, Natural History, Agriculture, and the Arts, 1816, Vol.7, Meteorological Table; extracted from the Register kept at Rose Bank, Perth. Latitude, 56° 25′. Elevation, 130 feet, pp.362-366

Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Observations made at Kinfauns near Perth pp.337-338; Account of a Meteorological Journal for 1819 kept at Kinfauns by the Reverend Robert Gordon, in a Letter to Dr Brewster, Vol.2, pp.369-373

Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Meteorological Table, January, 1817, p.118; April, 1817, p.226; May, 1817, p.338; June, 1817, p.449; July, 1817, p.556; August, 1817, p.665; September, 1817, p.122; October, 1817, p.243; November, 1817, p.355; December, 1817, p.470; January, 1818, “p.721; March, 1818, p.117; April, 1818, p.243; May, 1818, p.369; June, 1818, p.488; July, 1818, p.627; August, 1818, p.736; September, 1818, p.109; October, 1818, p.246; November, 1818, p. 378; December, 1818, p.495; January, 1819, p.628; February, 1819, p.760; March, 1819, p.114; April, 1819, p.249; May, 1819, p.369; June, 1819, p.503; July, 1819, p.622; August, 1819, p.754; September, 1819, p.114; October, 1819, p.228; November, 1819, p.357; December, 1819, p.477; January,1820, p.604; February, 1820, p.724; March, 1820, p.114; April, 1820, p. 228; May, 1820, p.339; June, 1830, p.458; July, 1820, p.580; August, 1820, p.702; September, 1820, p.115; October, 1820, p.237; November, 1820,p.348; December, 1820, p.480; Abstract of Meterological Observations, for the Year 1817, pp.433-437; for 1818, p.472; for 1819, p.505

Description of a Self-Registering Hygrometer, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, March, 1818, pp.643-645

The Redeemer’s tears wept over lost souls, and two discourses, On self-dedication, and, On yielding ourselves to God, John Howe, with an introductory essay by Robert Gordon, Glasgow, William Collins, 1822

The duty of searching the Scriptures, a sermon, preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, at their anniversary meeting in the High Church of Edinburgh, on Thursday, June 5, 1823, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1823

The mourner’s companion, with an introductory essay by Robert Gordon, Glasgow, printed for Chalmers and Collins, 1825.

Sermons, Edinburgh, Waugh & Innes, 1825

Emmanuel, or, a discovery of true religion, as it imports a living principle in the minds of men, and on communion with God, Samuel Shaw, with an introductory essay, by Robert Gordon, Glasgow, printed for William Collins, 1829

Two Sermons, the first by A. Brunton, the second by Robert Gordon preached in the Old Greyfriars’ Church, on Sabbath, 12th January 1834, being the day after the funeral of the Rev. John Inglis, Edinburgh, John Waugh, 1834

Report of the speeches of the Rev. Dr. Gordon, Mr. Buchan of Kelloe, and Rev. R.S. Candlish, in the Commission of the General Assembly, on Wednesday, August 14, 1839 on the Auchterarder case, revised by the speakers, Edinburgh,John Johnston, 1839

Report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, for Promoting the Religious Interests of Scottish Presbyterians in the British Colonies, 23d May 1839, and deliverance of the Assembly, with appendix, containing correspondence with the Colonial Office, and other documents, with a state of accounts, includes, Report of the Committee appointed by the Commission of the General Assembly, with reference to the Presbyterian Church of New South Wales, by Robert Gordon, Appendix No. 1. and No. 2,.Edinburgh, J. Johnstone 1839

Manuscript letter on the choice of Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly of 1840, Edinburgh?, 1840, recipient not stated

Report of speeches, delivered by Dr. Gordon, Dr. Chalmers, Dr. MacFarlan, Dr. Brewster, Dr. Buchanan, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Candlish at meetings held in Edinburgh, August 25, 1841, Edinburgh, John Johnstone; 1841

Memorial addressed to the members of Her Majesty’s Government, by Robert Gordon, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and others, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841?

Memorial on non-intrusion and spiritual jurisdiction of the church addressed to Her Majesty’s government, by Robert Gordon, D.D. and others, Commissioners appointed by the Church, September, 1841, Glasgow, 1841

Pastoral address by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, relative to the appointment of a day of humiliation, thanksgiving and prayer, Form letter to be posted to ministers of the Church of Scotland, signed and dated (p. 1), Edinburgh, 31st May, 1841, John Lee, Clerk; signed in the name of the Assembly (p. 4), Robert Gordon, moderator, Edinburgh?, 1841?

Pastoral address, relative to the appointment of Thursday, July 22, 1841, as a day of humiliation, thanksgiving and prayer, by the authority of the General Assembly, signed at end by Robert Gordon, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Remonstrance and warning against holding communion with ministers deposed by this church, addressed to certain brethren alleged to have committed that offence, and published to the church at large, signed, Robert Gordon, moderator, Edinburgh, John Johnstone 1841?

Statement respecting the non-intrusion principle of the Church of Scotland and the modes of its legislative recognition, respectfully submitted to the members of Her Majesty’s government, December, 1841, by the Non-Intrusion Committee, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

To the children of Israel in all the lands of their dispersion, the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, signed at the end, In name and by appointment of the General Assembly, Robert Gordon, moderator, Edinburgh, John Johnstone

To the shareholders and proprietors of the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway, the following representation of the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, is most respectfully addressed, signed, Robert Gordon, Moderator, 1841

Minute of the General Assembly’s Special Commission, in reply to the answer by Her Majesty’s Government to the General Assembly’s Claim of Right, and address to the Queen, adopted at a meeting held January 12, 1842, Robert Gordon, Moderator of the Special Commission, Glasgow, William Collins, 1842

Minute of the General Assembly’s Special Commission, in reply to the answer by Her Majesty’s government to the General Assembly’s claim of right, and address to the queen, adopted at a meeting held January 12, 1842, signed by Robert Gordon, moderator of the Special Commission, Glasgow, William

Proceedings of the General Assembly’s Non-Intrusion Committees, in relation to a settlement of the Church Question, on the footing of the Liberum Arbitrium, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842?

The Church of Scotland’s claim of right, to which are prefixed the speeches of Dr. Chalmers, Dr. Gordon, and Mr. Dunlop in the General Assembly, in support of the same, May 24, 1842, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

Address of the special commission of the Free-Church to the inhabitants of Ross-shire, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843?

Circular letter on the scheme of deputations to assess the needs of presbyteries, signed Robert Gordon, moderator and Robert S. Candlish, convener, and headed Edinburgh, June 25, 1843

Circular regarding lack of trained ministers in the Highlands, in particular Gaelic speakers, Free Church of Scotland. Special Commission, Edinburgh, 1843

Correspondence with the India Committee of the Establishment, Edinburgh?, 1843 (correspondence between Robert Gordon, Convener of the Sub-Committee appointed by the General Committee on Foreign Missions of the Free Church of Scotland, and the Rev. Dr Brunton, Convener of the Committee on Foreign Missions of the General Assembly of the Established Church of Scotland, concerning missionary work in India)

Letter from Sir James Graham, principal secretary for the Home Department, to the Moderator of the General Assembly, with the reply, being the minute of the General Assembly’s Special Commission, adopted at a meeting held of date January 12, 1843, and Speech of Earle Monteath, delivered in the High Church of Edinburgh, on Friday, January 13, 1843, signed, Robert Gordon, moderator of the Special Commission, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Minute of the Special Commission of the Free Church of Scotland, held at Edinburgh, August 8th, 1843, signed at end, Thomas Chalmers, Moderator of the General Assembly, Robert Gordon, Moderator of the Special Commission, Edinburgh, 1843

Pastoral address, issued by authority of the Special Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, in terms of their deliverance of the 21st March last, inviting such of the ministers and people of this Church o set apart, for the purposes of solemn humiliation and prayer, in reference to the approaching crisis, the 4th day of May that it may be spent in worship, suitable to this grave emergency, Edinburgh, signed at end, Robert Gordon, Moderator, 25th April 1843.

Private circular on the motion to exclude quoad sacra ministers from taking part in elections, signed at end, Pat. M’Farlan; Robert Gordon; Patrick Clason; W. Cunningham; C.J. Brown; R.S. Candlish; Robert Elder, Letter headed, Edinburgh, March 17, 1843

The church Special Commission’s answer to Sir James Graham’s letter, minute of the General Assembly’s Special Commission, adopted at a meeting held of date January 12, 1843, signed, Robert Gordon, Moderator of the Special Commission, Aberdeen, Geo. Cornwall, 1843

Christ’s victory over death, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1853

Christ as made known to the ancient Church, an exposition of the revelation of divine grace, as unfolded in the Old Testament Scriptures, in four volumes, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1854, Vol.2

Sermon (specially referred to in the life of Principal Cunningham), Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1871

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.37, The Danger of Formal Worship; Vol.2, p.97, Mercy Mixed with Judgment; Vol.2, p.181, The Doctrine of the Atonement ; Vol.4, p.25, The Lord the Shepherd of his People; The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.4, p.151, The present Declension of Religion

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.8, Discourse, Hebrews 12:14; p.113, The Importance of the Scriptures; p.152, Discourse, Psalm 26:6; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.201, The Parable of the Rich Man, spoken against covetousness; p.777, The Invitation of Christ to Sinners

He gave evidence before the Committee on Sites (Scotland) – see the Report of this Committee from Question 908 on p.61 of First Report

Robert Gordon was involved in a number of court cases, and relevant papers are held in the National Records of Scotland, as follow:

Perhaps this refers to Dr Robert Gordon: Rev. Robert Gordon & others v Edward Rogers, 1817, NRS CS271/1292

Decreet of declarator and adjudication in implement, the Rev Dr Robert Gordon, trustee for the late Miss Jane Gray v Thomas Davidson Esq. and others, February, 1835, NRS CS46/1835/2/130

Earl of Kinnoul and others v Presbytery of Auchterarder: Declarator , Production in process: Judgment of the House of Lords upon the petition and appeal of the Rev Robert Gordon DD, one of the ministers of Edinburgh, afterwards of the Rev James Grant DD, one of the ministers of Edinburgh, against Thomas Robert Earl of Kinnoul, reversing the interlocutors of the Court of Session complained of, dated 17 Apr 1845, 1837, NRS CS230/K/5/1

Decreet of declarator and adjudication in implement, the Rev Dr Robert Gordon v William Davidson Esq and others, March 1837, NRS CS46/1837/3/158

Decree for payment, the Rev Dr Robert Gordon v Janet McLeod and others, September, 1839, NRS CS46/1839/9/3

Rev Dr Robert Gordon v Mckenzie: Furthcoming, 1839, NRS CS238/G/12/45

Rev Dr Robert Gordon v Rev Walter Traill and others, 1841, NRS CS237/G/14/24

Rev. John Cruickshank & Others: Execution of Int. in Suspension & Interdict: Respondent: Rev. Dr. Robert Gordon & Others, 1841, NRS CS275/3/236

Rev Dr Robert Gordon v Ross and Allan, 1842, NRS CS237/G/14/33

Robert Gordon’s personal papers are kept in the National Records of Scotland:

Notes [These Notes appear to be notes of a University class], On accelerated motion, 28th November – 23rd December, 1808, NRS CH2/653/12; Of hydraulics, 18th January -16th February, 1809, NRS CH2/653/13; On astronomy, 17th February – 10th March, 1809, NRS CH2/653/14

Diaries [These ‘Diaries’ consist of brief notes on the content of his outgoing correspondence during this period], 1812-1817, NRS CH2/653/3

Journals [Unfortunately these Journals are written in short hand; they appear to be simply notes about engagements – not extensive comments about current affairs], 1812-1814, NRS CH2/653/4; 1816-1822, NRS CH2/653/5; 1823-1831, NRS CH2/653/6; 1832-1838, NRS CH2/653/7; 1839-1845, NRS CH2/653/8; 1846-1850, NRS CH2/653/9; 1851-1853, NRS CH2/653/10

Household expenses at Kinfauns manse etc. 1816-1819 and 1826-1832, 1816-1832, NRS CH2/653/11

Sermon by Rev. Robert Gordon at the anniversary meeting; report of proceedings; scheme of SSPCK’s establishment from 1st May 1823 to 1st May 1824; and list of directors and office bearers, 5th June 1823, NRS GD95/13/108

Letters, ‘Kirk negotiations’, writers include Lord Aberdeen, Sir Robert Peel, Sir James Graham, J. C. Colquhoun; many addressed to Sir George Sinclair, some with scroll shorthand answers from Robert Gordon, 1840-1851, NRS CH2/653/1

Letter book [Mainly letters to missionaries], 1843-1846, NRS CH2/653/2

For his contributions to the Edinburgh Encyclopedia see Vol.1, p.xi
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Gordon, Robert

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.2, p. 131

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.22, Charles Lethbridge Kingsford, Gordon, Robert (1786-1853)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Stewart J. Brown, Gordon, Robert (1786–1853), Free Church of Scotland minister

Modern Athenians, a series of original portraits of memorable citizens of Edinburgh, Benjamin W. Crombie, Edinburgh, A and C. Black, 1882, p.19

The Farmer’s Magazine,1811 (Vol.12), A Table for Dividing a Triangle into Ten or any lesser number of parts by J.M., pp.444-446; A Table for Dividing a Triangle into Ten or any lesser number of parts by James Leslie, Edinburgh, 1812 (Vol.13) pp.471-474; 1813 (Vol.14) Of the Division of a Triangle into Ten or any lesser number of parts by Calculator, pp.275-278

Answer to the “Remonstrance and warning” of a committee of the Commission of the General Assembly against holding Communion with the Strathbogie ministers, includes an appendix signed by Robert Gordon, Alexander Cushny and others, Edinburgh, Peter Brown, 1841

Circular letter, Central Church Defence Committee, accompanied by manuscript letter, dated 10th June 1842, from M. Stewart to Robert Gordon requesting permission to add his signature to the circular, and citing names of prominent Church men who have already agreed to sign it.

General circular on forthcoming Convocation of Ministers in the light of the Auchterarder case, accompanying letter dated September 28,1842, signed by Thomas Chalmers with handwritten note to Robert Gordon

Letter from Sir James Graham, principal secretary for the Home Department, to the Moderator of the General Assembly, with the reply, being the minute of the General Assembly’s Special Commission, adopted at a meeting held of date January 12, 1843, signed, Robert Gordon, moderator of the Special Commission, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

At a meeting of a few friends of the late Rev. Dr. Robert Gordon, called by private circular, to consult on the propriety of offering to his family some special testimony of respect for his memory, held at Edinburgh, 8th November, 1853, Edinburgh, 1853

Two sermons, preached in the Free High Church, Edinburgh, November 6, 1853, after the funeral of Robert Gordon, by P. Clason and W. Cunningham, Edinburgh, 1853

 

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GRANT, DUNCAN

 

Publications – by him

The claims of the afflicted on the compassion of friends, a sermon, preached in the West Church of Aberdeen, on the evening of February 18, 1816, for the benefit of the Female Society of Aberdeen, for the relief of aged and indigent women, Aberdeen, D. Chalmers and Co., 1816

Gaelic: Dleasdanas na cloinne, bhi ‘g iarruidh agus a’ gràdhachadh Chriosd [The Duty of Children to Love Christ], Edinburgh, Oliphant, 1829

Addresses to children in Sunday-schools, Philadelphia, American Sunday-School Union, 1829

Modern voluntary churches incapable of defence, on account of their practical inefficiency, and uniform tendency to become not only compulsory, but also oppressively burdensome; and the Established Church defended, as efficient and Scriptural, Elgin, A.C. Brander, 1833.

The publication of the Gospel, first at Jerusalem, a display of righteousness, truth, and grace, and a justification of Christian exertions at home, a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge at their meeting in the High Church of Edinburgh on Thursday, June 4, 1835, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1835

The duty of children to love and seek Christ, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.32, To “The Scottish Christian Herald”; p.224, Sacred Poetry: “A Sabbath School Hymn”; Vol.2, p.16, Lines Suggested by the Death of Donald Fraser, Kirkhill
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Duncan Grant

New Statistical Account, February, 1842, Forres , Vol.13, Elgin, p.159

A refutation of the Rev. Duncan Grant’s calumnies against dissenters, Thomas Stark, Edinburgh, Wardlaw, 1833

An examination of the Rev. Duncan Grant’s account of the number, orthodoxy, and morality of dissenters, with a view of the deplorable state of religion and the established church in the Highlands of Scotland, Thomas Stark, Edinburgh, Wardlaw, 1833, in reply to Charles Lennox Cummin Bruce, and the Rev. Duncan Grant, Thomas Stark, Edinburgh, Wardlaw, 1833

Some examination of the claims of religion to the support of the state, with remarks on the method in which that support is administered to the Church of Scotland, in a letter addressed to the Rev. Duncan Grant, minister of Forres, C.L. Cumming Bruce, Elgin, printed and published by John Grant, 1833

Vindication of voluntary churches, containing the alleged arguments for tithes and ecclesiastical establishments, in reply to Duncan Grant, Antimonopolist, Edinburgh, 1835

 

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GRAY, ANDREW

 

Publications – by him

Statement by the Committee of the Aberdeen Bible Society, in reply to various representations contained in the last report of the Aberdeen Auxiliary to the British and Foreign Bible Society, Aberdeen, Brown, 1828

Irish education, reply to the Rev. Henry Angus, Moderator of the Aberdeen Presbytery of the United Secession Church, Aberdeen, Peter Gray, 1832

Letter to the Rev. Henry Angus, Moderator of the Aberdeen Presbytery of the United Secession Church, containing remarks on the Presbytery’s petition to Parliament, in favour of the new scheme of education in Ireland, Aberdeen, John Davidson and Co., 1832

The chapel question considered, in a letter to the Rev. George Cook, D.D. Edinburgh, Whyte, 1834

Lecture on the means of promoting a return to the parochial economy of the Church of Scotland, and on the true character and the highest dignity of that Church, as pre-eminently the Church of the people, the Church of the poor, delivered at Edinburgh on the 30th of April 1835, Edinburgh, Fraser & Co., 1835

The progress of the chapel question, from its first discussion in 1825, to its settlement in 1834, by its elevation of the ministers of chapels to the rank of parochial clergy, also, the unsuccessful attempts of 1835 to disturb the Chapel Acts of the previous year, and the final triumph of the chapel cause in 1836, by the election of a chapel minister to the chair of the General Assembly, Aberdeen, 1836

The present conflict between the civil and ecclesiastical courts examined, with historical and statutory evidence for the jurisdiction of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnstone, 1839

A letter to the inhabitants of Aberdeenshire, and the neighbouring counties, in answer to the address of the Rev. James Paull and the Rev. W.R. Pirie, to the people of Scotland, on the subject of the intrusion of ministers, and the present position of the Church of Scotland, Aberdeen, P. Gray, 1840

Substance of a speech at the close of the debate upon patronage, in the presbytery of Perth, Perth, James Dewar, 1841

The duty and the liberty of a Christian church, asserted against Popery, Puseyism and Erastianism, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Persecution, the lairds, the lawyers, and the moderate clergy, against the Free Church of Scotland, being the substance of a speech delivered before the Free Presbytery of Perth, on Wednesday, 30th August, 1843, Perth?, 1843?

Religious divisions, a sermon preached at the opening of the Free Synod of Perth, 16th April, 1844, Perth, James Dewar, 1844

Dr. Struthers on the Free Church, Perth, J. Dewar & Son, 1845

Catechism on the principles and constitution of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1845

Public religious intercourse with the office-bearers of the establishment, a speech, Perth J. Dewar & Son 1846

Letter to the Duke of Argyll, in reference to certain passages in his recently published work, entitled, “Presbytery examined”, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1848

Our sins, our dangers, our duties, an address to the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, delivered on Friday the 19th of May 1848, Edinburgh, J. Greig, 1848

Correspondence between the Duke of Argyll and the Rev. Andrew Gray, Perth, in reference to his Grace’s essay, entitled, “Presbytery Examined”, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1849

National education, speech, Perth Scotland, James Dewar & Son, 1850

The College question, Perth, James Dewar & Son, 1850

Oxford Tractarianism, the Scottish Episcopal College, and the Scottish Episcopal Church, the substance of a speech, Perth James Dewar & Son, 1851

Popery in the germ, or, Puseyism, Perth, James Dewar & Son, 1851

Puseyism at Perth, a speech delivered at the Protestant meeting held in the City Hall, Perth, 24th December 1850, Perth, J. Dewar & Son, 1851

The Mary-worship of Rome, Dundee, William Middleton, 1851

Gold! Gold! Gold!, without crossing the sea for it, James Dewar & Son, 1852

Representation of presbyteries in the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1857

Gospel contrasts and parallels, sermons, edited, with a memoir, by Robert S. Candlish, Edinburgh, Maclaren, 1862
The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.312, Discourse, Revelation 3:17; 2nd series, Vol.1, A Contrast between the Spiritual State of the Sinner and the Saint, pp. 536 and 552

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.295, Religious divisions, Luke 12:51
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Gray, Andrew

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.23, Gray, Andrew (1805-1861)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Anon., revised by R. H. Campbell, Gray, Andrew (1805–1861), Free Church of Scotland minister

Reply to the letter of the Rev. Andrew Gray, Minister of Woodside Chapel of Ease, “Containing remarks on the petition to Parliament of the Aberdeen Presbytery of the United Secession Church, in favour of the new scheme of education in Ireland”, Henry Angus, Aberdeen, George King, 1832

The Revolution settlement considered in reference to the Independence and present position of the Church of Scotland, with remarks on certain statements of the Rev. Andrew Gray and other writers on the Church controversy, by a minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Glasgow, William Collins, 1840

Non-intrusion, some notice taken of the Rev. Andrew Gray, minister of West Parish, Perth, Paull and Pirie, Aberdeen, A. Brown & Co, 1840.

More falsehoods, for the edification of the Rev. Mr. Gray’s admirers, and for the information of other “inquiring friends”, David Peacock, Perth, 1842, David Dron

“A Free Churchman” sifted; or an answer to a pamphlet, entitled, “Dr. Struthers on the Free Church, by a Free Churchman”, Gavin Struthers, Glasgow, R. Jackson, 1845

Collegiate education versus collegiate extension, with animadversions on the pamphlet of the Rev. Andrew Gray, W. Bruce Cunningham, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1850

For photo by Hill and Adamson see here.

 

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GREY, HENRY

 

Publications – by him

The Diffusion of Christianity Dependent on the Exertions of Christians, a Sermon on Acts 16:9, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Waugh and Innes, 1818

The vail of Moses done away in Christ, a sermon, preached in Lady Glenorchy’s Chapel, on December 2, 1819, at the baptism of Joseph Davis, a converted Jew, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1820

Man’s judgment at variance with God’s, a sermon preached in St. George’s Church, on February 5, 1824, in behalf of the Edinburgh and Leith Seaman’s Friend Societ, Edinburgh, William Oliphant, 1824.

A catechism on baptism, in which are considered its nature, its subjects and the obligations resulting from it Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1826

Gaelic: Leabhar ceasnuiche mu Ordugh a Bhaistidh [Catechism on Baptism]

Statements of dissentient members of the Committee of the Edinburgh Bible Society, in reference to its separation from the British and Foreign Bible Society, and publication of its “Second statement.” Edinburgh, David Brown, 1826

View of the Character, Position, and Prospects of the Edinburgh Bible Society, in seven letters, by Anglicanus, edited by Henry Grey, Edinburgh, Brown & Wardlaw, 1827

A letter from John Grey in reply to the calumnies of the Rev. Andrew Thomson in his Christian Instructor, for January, 1828, with a letter from the Rev. Henry Grey explanatory of his share in the publication of the letters of Anglicanus, Grey, John, of Dilston, Newcastle, 1828

View of the character, position, and prospects, of the Edinburgh Bible Society, in seven letters, to which are added remarks explanatory and illustrative of the preceding view in an eighth letter, Anglicanus, Edinburgh, Brown & Wardlaw, 1828

The Edinburgh Christian instructor. No. CCXI, February 1828, vol. XXVII, no. II, Edinburgh, 1828

The duty and desirableness of frequent communion with Christ in the sacrament of the Supper, in three discourses, Edinburgh, William Oliphant, 1832

Sermon preached in St. George’s Church, on Thursday, 16th March 1815, in behalf of the Edinburgh Lunatic Asylum in Sermons, occasional, 1800?

The Farewell Services of Robert Moffat, in Edinburgh, Manchester, and London, including an address by Henry Grey, edited by John Campbell, London, John Snow, 1843

Address to the congregation and parishioners of St Mary’s, on the present position and duty of the church, delivered in St. Mary’s Church on Tuesday, 3rd January 1843, Edinburgh, J. Lindsay & Co., 7 St. Andrew Street, 1843

Thoughts suggested by the present crisis of the church, a sermon preached before the Edinburgh Presbytery of the Free Church of Scotland, at its first meeting, on Wednesday, June 7, 1843, to which is appended an address to the congregation of St Mary’s, in the prospect of his quitting that church, on Sunday the 15th of May, Edinburgh, John Lindsay & Co., 1843

The slave-holding American churches: to the editor of the Witness, letter signed at end, Henry Grey, 24 Warriston Crescent, 21st March 1845, Edinburgh, 1845

Unto the venerable the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, indicted to meet at Edinburgh on the 24th day of May 1855, the petition of the Rev. Dr. Henry Grey, and others, the Trustees of Free St Mary’s Church, Edinburgh, and of the Deacons’ Court of said Church, Edinburgh, John Greig and Son, 1855

A parting memorial, London, T. Nelson, 1858

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.13, The Character of the Gospel and the Character and Blessedness of Believers; Vol.1, p.145, Celebration of the Sacrament in St, Mark’s Church, Edinburgh; Vol.3, p.85, The Moral Influence of Faith; Vol.4, p.74, On the Abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.1, p.532, A Tribute to the Memory of a Sabbath School Teacher; p.627, A Narrative of Personal Experience; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.133, A Brief Notice of the late Mrs Duncan of Cleish; p.168, The Fourth of a Series of Lectures on the Jews; 2nd series, Vol.3, Remarks on the Millennium, pp. 385 and 401; p.696, The Christian’s Duty in Common Life
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Henry Grey

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.23, William Garden Blaikie, Grey, Henry (1778-1859)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Grey, Henry (1778–1859), Free Church of Scotland minister

Anglicanus, the falsehood of his account of the meeting of the Newcastle, North Shields, South Shields, and Sunderland Bible Society, attested and exposed, Edinburgh, Whyte, 1827

Exposure of the Rev. H. Grey’s personal misrepresentations, doctrinal heresies, and important mis-statements, respecting the Bible Society, as contained in the letters of Anglicanus, Robert Haldane, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1828

Letter to the Rev. Henry Grey, on certain passages contained in the letters of Anglicanus, Charles Thomson, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1828

Two letters to the Rev. A. Brandram, respecting the proceedings of the Earl Street Committee… and containing statements about concealment and mutilation in the pamphlet of Anglicanus, Robert Haldane, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1828

Anglicanus Scotched, Marcus Dods, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1828

A Comment on the Rev. Mr. G.’s communications to the Newspapers, respecting his share in the letters of Anglicanus, and the Review of them in the Christian Instructor, Extracted from the Christian Instructor for February, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1828

Remarks relative to his connection with the letters of Anglicanus, with a reply to Mr. Haldane’s professed “exposure of personal misrepresentations, doctrinal heresies, and important misstatements, respecting the Bible society” by the Rev. Henry Grey, John Grey, Edinburgh, Brown & Wardlaw, 1828

Review of View of the Character… of the Edinburgh Bible Society, in seven letters by Anglicanus. Extracted from the Edinburgh Christian Instructor, Edinburgh, 1828

A comment on the Rev. Henry Grey’s communication to the newspapers, respecting his share in the letters of Anglicanus, and a review of them in the Christian instructor, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1828

Reviews in the case of the Rev. Dr. A. Thomson, and the Rev. Henry Grey, and of the proceedings in the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Senex (i.e. Andrew Crichton), Edinburgh, 1828

Second letter to the Rev. Henry Grey, containing strictures on his newspaper letters respecting the pamphlet of Anglicanus, Charles Thomson, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1828

The Edinburgh Christian instructor. No. CCXVI. July 1828, review of remarks relative to his connection with the letters of Anglicanus, Edinburgh, 1828

Image, 1843-47

Address by the Elders and Deacons to the Congregation of the The Free Church of St. Mary’s, Edinburgh

 

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GRIERSON, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Believers reminded of the increasing nearness of their salvation, a sermon preached in the old Church of Errol, on March 10th, 1833, being the Sabbath when divine worship was observed in it for the last time, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1833

Speeches of the Rev. Dr. Thomson of Perth, and the Rev. James Grierson of Errol, on the subject of patronage, delivered at the meeting of the Presbytery of Perth, on the 19th March 1834, Perth, J. Taylor, 1834

New Statistical Account, December, 1837, Errol, Vol.10, p.378

A doctrinal and practical treatise on the Lord’s Supper, containing copious illustrations of the leading doctrines of the Gospel, and of the leading duties and varied experience of the Christian life, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Speech delivered by the Rev. Mr. Grierson, of Errol, on proposing resolutions regarding the Marnoch case, and the independence of the church, on Wednesday, the 27th of January, 1841, at the Presbytery of Perth, Perth, 1841

Which day the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland being met and duly constituted, includes, ‘Pastoral address from the Commission of the Free Church of Scotland, met at Edinburgh on the 15th of November 1854, to the people under their charge’ by James Grierson, Edinburgh, 1854

Voices from the Cross; or the words uttered by Our Lord during the hours of his crucifixion, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1855

Heaven on Earth, or, Interviews with the risen Saviour, including his Ascension, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1856

Earthly and heavenly things, or, The truths unfolded by our Lord in his interview with Nicodemus, Edinburgh, 1859

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.98, The glorified Jesus reveals himself to John in Patmos; Vol.3, p.373, Jesus anointed b a weeping penitent in the house of Simon the Pharisee: much love shown where much sin has been forgiven

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.265, The Lord‘s Supper

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 123; 139; 163; 242; 304; 477; 504; 510; 515; 750 and 857. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Grierson

In memoriam, notices of the Rev. James Grierson, D.D., given in Errol Free Church, on Sabbath, the 31st January 1875, Robert Cowan and Kenneth Moody-Stuart, Glasgow, David Bryce and Son, 1875

Image: see here for a picture of early Free Church Moderators.

 

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GUTHRIE THOMAS

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, January, 1835, Arbirlot, Vol.11, Forfar, p.332

Church extension, report of the speeches delivered by Mr. Hog of Newliston, the Mr. Guthrie and the Dr. Simpson of Kirknewton, members of a deputation of the General Assembly’s Church Extension Committee at the public meeting held in the South Church, Aberdeen, on Tusday, the 9th Ocotber, 1838, Aberdeen, Chalmers, 1838?

Memorandum of instructions from the committee appointed at Edinburgh for the purpose of obtaining petitions to Parliament against the intrusion of ministers, petition signed at end, Walter Brown, Graham Speirs, Charles J. Brown, minister, Thomas Guthrie, minister, Edinburgh, 1839

Address delivered by the Rev. Mr. Guthrie, on occasion of the opening St John’s Church, on Thursday the 19th November, 1840, Edinburgh?, Johnstone and Fairly, 1840

Information on the non-intrusion question, being addresses delivered on this great principle of the Church of Scotland by Messrs. Elder, Guthrie, and Begg, at the Dumfries and Maxwelltown non-intrusion meeting, on 13th January 1840, Dumfries, John Anderson, 1840

The present duty and prospects of the Church in Scotland, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1840

Tracts on the intrusion of ministers, No. VI, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840?

Rev. Sutherland Sinclair and the anti-patronage petition, letter to the editor of the “Greenock Advertiser,” in reply to the letter of the Rev. Sutherland Sinclair, of date 5th February, 1841, with others, Greenock, John Malcom, 1841

The Claims and Grievances of the Church of Scotland Briefly Stated, being a Report of the Speeches Delivered by the Rev. Dr. Cunningham, Rev. W.K. Tweedie, Rev. John Sym, and Rev. Thomas Guthrie, at a Meeting of the Members of Lady Yester’s Congregation, Favourable to the Spiritual Independence of the Church of Scotland;, held at Edinburgh on the 4th and 13th Days of April, 1843, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Speech of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie in behalf of the Manse Fund of the Free Church, Edinburgh, J. Menzies, c.1844

Manse fund of the Free Church of Scotland, speech of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, at the great public meeting held in the City Hall, Glasgow, on the 9th July, 1845, Glasgow, printed by William Collins & Co., 1845

Sermons on Interesting Subjects, by the late Rev. R. Coutts., with some sketches of his life, with a preface by Thomas Chalmers and a memoir by Thomas Guthrie, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

A Plea for Ragged Schools, or, Prevention Better Than Cure, Edinburgh, John Elder, 1847

Supplement to “A Plea for Ragged Schools”, Edinburgh, John Elder, 1847

Report of a discussion regarding ragged schools, with the speeches of Lord Murray, Sheriff Speirs, Professor Gregory, Rev. Thomas Guthrie, James Simpson, Esq., Rev. Dr Alexander, Rev. Mr Drummond. And James Tytler, Esq., held in the Music Hall, Edinburgh, on Friday, July 2, 1847, Edinburgh, John Elder, 1847

Speeches delivered at the second annual meeting of the Edinburgh Original Ragged School Association, Thomas Guthrie and others, Edinburgh, 1849

A Plea on Behalf of Drunkards and Against Drunkenness, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

Letter on national education, read at a public meeting held in the Music Hall, Edinburgh, April 9, 1850, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

A sermon preached in Free St. John’s church on 19th October, on occasion of the death of William M. Gunn, LL.D., Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1851

A second Plea for Ragged Schools, Edinburgh, J.MacLaren, 1851

New-Year’s drinking, Edinburgh, Scottish Association for Suppressing Drunkenness, 1851

A Short Plea for the Free and Full Use of the Bible in Ragged Schools, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1852

A Sufficient Maintenance and an Efficient Ministry, a sermon on Isaiah 23:18, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1852

Memorial on the claim of ragged industrial schools to government support, presented to the Most Honourable the Marquis of Lansdowne, and prepared by Thomas Guthrie, Edinburgh, 1852

Religion a daily duty, a sermon delivered on Sunday morning, February 20, 1853, at the Marylebone Presbyterian Church, London, London, James Paul, 1853

Report of the speeches delivered by the Rt. Hon. Earl of Carlisle, Rt. Hon. Lord Panmure, David Milne Home, Esq. of Milnegraden, and the Rev. Dr. Guthrie, at a great public meeting to promote the establishment of an industrial farm in connection with the Edinburgh Original Ragged Schools, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1853

Christian World Unmasked, John Berridge, with a life of the author by Thomas Guthrie, Boston, Gould and Lincoln, 1854

The War, in Some of Its Social, Political, and Religious Aspects, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1854

A memoir of the late Mr. John Pounds, of Portsmouth, shoe-mender, and gratuitous teacher of poor children, preface extract from The Witness of Dr. Guthrie’s speech, David Brent Price, Edinburgh, W.F. Watson, 1855

Popular innocent entertainments, a letter by Dr. G., defending his appearance at the opening of Dunedin Hall, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Scottish Temperance League, 1856

The Gospel in Ezekiel, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1857

To the Reverend the Moderator and brethren of the Free Church Presbyterian Synod of Victoria, Edinburgh, November 14th, 1857, signed by William Cunningham, Robert S. Candlish, Thomas Guthrie, James Begg, William Wilson, and William Nixon, Edinburgh, 1857

The street preacher, being the autobiography of R. Flockhart, edited by Thomas Guthrie, Edinburgh, A. and C. Black, 1858

Christ and the Inheritance of the Saints, illustrated in a Series of Discourses from the Colossians, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1858

The Principles of the Free Church of Scotland, and a Plea for the Ante-disruption Ministers, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1859

Inaugural discourse and address at the opening of the Chambers Institution, Peebles, Edinburgh, W. and R. Chambers, Edinburgh, 1859

God’s truth and man’s freedom, a sermon, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1860

Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?, a sermon on Acts 9:6, London, James Nisbet, 1860

Seed-time and Harvest of Ragged Schools, or, A Third Plea with new editions of the First & Second Pleas.Edinburgh, Adam And Charles Black, 1860

Ragged Schools in Lectures delivered before the Young Men’s Christian Association, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1850-1865

A Report of the speeches at the meeting in Edinburgh on January 14, 1861, preceded by a narrative of the Cardross case, with others, Edinburgh, T. Nelson & Sons, 1861

A voice from the counter; or a plea for early closing, by one who has had personal experience of the evils of the late-hour system, with a preface by the Rev. James Begg, D.D., and a letter to the author from the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, D.D., Edinburgh, 1861

The infallible word, a sermon preached at the opening of Mansefield Church, 26th September, 1861, a jubilee offering, Kilwinning, A.W. Cross, 1861

The liberty of the Christian church, a report of the speeches at the meeting in Edinburgh on January 14, 1861, Edinburgh?, 1861?

The City, Its Sins and Sorrows, being a Series of Sermons from Luke 19:41, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1877

Danish: Hovedstaden, dens synder og sorger, Fire taler, [The city, its sins and its sorrows], Riessenhavn, Schonberg, 1862

The Way to Life, Sermons, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1862

Dutch: Werken op den weg ten leven, [The Way to Life], Kampen, S. van Velzen, Jr. 1864

Y Ffordd i’r Bywyd [The Way to Life], Carnarvon, Humphreys

The Disruption, its obligations and responsibilities, being the address delivered at the close of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, 1862, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1862

“Bear ye one another’s burdens”, an address on practical sympathy and prompt beneficence, delivered in the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, December 17, 1862, in aid of the Lancashire Relief Fund, London, Nisbet, 1863

A continental tour in 1861, Brechin, 1863

Circular letter from ministers of the churches in Scotland condemning slavery as a crime, Edinburgh, Nelson & Sons, 1863

Man and the Gospel, Alexander Strahan, London, 1865

The Angels’ Song T, London and New York, Alexander Strahan, 1866

Anecdotes & Stories, including the Platform Sayings of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, London, Houlston & Wright, 1866

The Parables Read in the Light of the Present Day, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1866

Earth to be our heaven, or, A restored earth the future and final residence of the Saints, the whole subject illustrated and confirmed, London, Pattie, 1867?

“Out of Harness”, Sketches, Narrative and Descriptive, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1867

An Unspoken Speech, or, Plea for Union, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1867

Our Father’s Business, New York, Strahan, 1867

The poor and how to help them, an address delivered in London, in December, 1867, London, Morgan and Chase

Early piety, London, Alexander Strahan, 1868

Saving Knowledge, Addressed to Young Men, Thomas Guthrie and William Garden Blaikie, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1870

Letters from the Continent to His Family, printed for private circulation, 1870

Lyra resurrectionis, a collection of sacred poetry, with an extract from the works of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, Issette Teresa Torr, London, Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1870?

Hugh Miller’s letter and the “Watchword”, to the editor of the “Daily Review”, 1871?

Sundays Abroad, London, Strahan, 1872

Studies of Character from the Old Testament, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1872

The Scotch Education Bill, letter from Dr. Guthrie to my fellow countrymen, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1872

Gaelic: Do mo cho-luchd-duthcha [To my Fellow Countrymen], Scotland, 1872

Speaking to the Heart, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1873

Autobiography of Thomas Guthrie, D.D. and Memoir, edited by David K. Guthrie and Charles J. Guthrie, 1877

Gems of illustration from the sermons and other writings of Thomas Guthrie, arranged under the subjects which they illustrate by an American clergyman, New York, Funk & Wagnalls, c.1882

“He afflicts”, Edinburgh, Shepherd & Elliot

“Ten minutes’ warning!”, Stirling, Peter Drummond

Extent of the atonement, Dr Guthrie, Dr. Chalmers, Dr. Candlish, and R.M. McCheyne

“Wind Wafted Seed”, edited by Norman Macleod and Thomas Guthrie

Pastoral address to masters and servants in the families under their care, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

The Old Year’s Warning, an Address against Drunkenness, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.1, p.248, Christians bound to cultivate Holiness of heart and life; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.9, Christ Made of God to his People Wisdom

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.257, The presence of God promised to his church

He gave evidence before the Committee on Sites (Scotland) – see the Report of this Committee from Question 1068 on p.70 of First Report

He was for a time editor of The Sunday Magazine. Here is a sample copy: The Sunday Magazine, edited by Thomas Guthrie, London, Strahan
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Thomas Guthrie

Disruption Worthies on this website: Guthrie, Thomas

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.3, p. 623

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.23, Charles John Guthrie, Guthrie, Thomas

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Guthrie, Thomas (1803–1873), Free Church of Scotland minister and philanthropist

A letter to Thomas Chalmers and Rev. Thomas Guthrie, on the question of co-operation with dissenters, with special reference to the case of W.L. Alexander, Peter Hately Waddell, Glasgow, John Miller, 1843

Eight Months’ Experience of the Edinburgh Original Ragged Or Industrial Schools, Castle Hill and Ramsay Lane, Conducted on the Principles Advocated by the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, The Committee of Management, Edinburgh, J. Elder, 1848

The British League evening classes; or, Water versus whisky & tobacco, an answer to Fox Maule, the Duke of Argyll and Thomas Guthrie in regard to certain statements made by them at meeting of the Apprentice School Association, 31st December, 1850, John Hope, Edinburgh, 1851

Dr. Guthrie on “the offertory”, “church extension”, according to the Church, the Bible, and common sense, questions submitted to Dr. Thomas Guthrie, of Edinburgh with his replies, London, National Association for Promoting Freedom of Public Worship in the Church of England, 1863

Funeral sermons in connection with the death of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, D.D., preached in Free St. John’s Church, Edinburgh, on Sabbath, 2nd March, 1873, Robert S. Candlish and George Philip, Edinburgh, MacLaren and MacNiven, 1873

Life for Christ, and death gain, a funeral sermon for Thomas Guthrie, D.D. preached in Kemnay Chapel, on Sunday evening, March 2nd. 1873, Alexander G. Burnett, Aberdeen, James Murray, 1873

Memoir of Thomas Guthrie, D.D., with account of last illness, funeral, & funeral sermons, reprinted from the Edinburgh “Daily Review”, Edinburgh, 1873

Thomas Guthrie, sa vie, son œuvre, sa mort, Rosseeuw Saint-Hilaire, Eugène François Achille, Paris, 1873

Thomas Guthrie; a tribute and a memorial; a sermon, Arthur Mursell, London, 1873

Thomas Guthrie, der Vater der Lumpenschulen. Ein Lebensbild aus der Geschichte der innern Mission in Schottland, Robert Koenig, Leipzig, 1874

Life of Thomas Guthrie, Jean L. Watson, Edinburgh, J. Gemmell 1882

Leaders in modern philanthropy, Religious Tract Society, 1884

Modern Athenians, a series of original portraits of memorable citizens of Edinburgh, Benjamin W. Crombie, Edinburgh, A and C. Black, 1882, p.83

Thomas Guthrie by W.G. Blaikie, in Leaders upward and onward, brief biographies of noble workers, edited by Henry C. Ewart, London, William Isbister, 1887?

Dr. Thomas Guthrie, J. Radford Thomson, London, Religious Tract Society, 1889?

Thomas Guthrie, preacher and philanthropist, Charles John Guthrie, Edinburgh, A. Elliot 1899

Thomas Guthrie, Oliphant Smeaton, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1900, limited search

Genealogy of the descendants of Rev. Thomas Guthrie, D.D., and Mrs. Anne Burns or Guthrie, Charles John Guthrie, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1902

Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873, inRepresentative modern preachers (limited search), Lewis Orsmond Brastow, New York, The Macmillan company, 1904

Memorial service, 13th December, 1908, the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, first minister of the church 1840-1843, Rev. Robert Blair, late minister of the church 1892-1907, Edinburgh, 1909

Thomas Guthrie, Preacher, Pastor, Philanthropist, by Andrew James Symington, Ardrossan, A. Guthrie

Reminiscences of the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, in Scottish nationality, and other papers, by the late Rev. John Ker, p.218

Thomas Guthrie, in Personal reminiscences and biographical sketches, J. Dodds, p.109

Murray, Andrew J., A Mission of Mercy: The Life and Legacy of Dr Thomas Guthrie, Ragged Theology, 2014, Kindle Edition

Thomas Guthrie – Pastor and Social Reformer in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

Thomas Guthrie in Fifty portraits of religious and philanthropic celebrities, p.32, London, S.W. Partridge

For photos by Hill and Adamson see here, extreme right, and here

 

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HAMILTON, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

The sermons and expository treatises of Isaac Barrow, with a life of the author by James Hamilton, Edinburgh, Thomas Nelson, 1839, Vol.1 and Vol.2

The Church in the House, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1843

Farewell to Egypt, or, The departure of the Free Church of Scotland out of the Erastian establishment, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1843

On the Rev. Robert M. M’Cheyne, late minister of St. Peter’s Church, Dundee, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

The Harp on the Willows, in, The Trials and Triumph of the Free Church of Scotland, Montreal, John C. Becket, 1844

The harp on the willows; Remembering Zion; Farewell to Egypt; The church in the house; The dew of Hermon and Destination of the Jews, New York, Robert Carter, 1844

Thankfulness, a sermon preached before the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1844

The opening of the prison, Belfast, Wm. McComb, 1844

Proposed Evangelical Alliance, An Address on Behalf of the London of the Provisional Committee, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1845

The Jerusalem sinner saved; the Pharisee and the Publican; the Trinity and a Christian; the law and a Christian; &c., John Bunyan, to which is appended an exhortation to peace and unity, with a life of Bunyan, by James Hamilton, New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1846

Address, Evangelistic work in Great Britain, London, T. C. Johns, 1846?

The Mount of Olives, and other lectures on prayer, New York, R. Carter, 1847

The Sabbath, its adaptation to man’s intellectual and moral nature, Glasgow, MacLehose, 1848?

Memoir of Elizabeth Lindsay, Charlotte D. Greville, with a recommendatory preface by James Hamilton, London, James Nisbet, 1849

Hints towards the improvement of the Liturgy and Services of the Church of England, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1850

Memoir of Lady Colquhoun, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1851

Solomon the Prince, and Solomon the Preacher, a Lecture delivered in Exeter Hall, February 4, 1851, Boston, T.R. Marvin, 1851

Dutch: Ernstig leven, opwekkingen tot Christelijke waakzaamheid en ijver [Life in Earnest], Amsterdam, W. Willems, 1851

Dutch: Het geluk in alle omstandigheden des levens, vriendschappelijk opgedragen aan den ambachtsman [The happy home], Amsterdam, Goossens, 1852

Life in earnest, six lectures, on Christian activity and ardor, New York, R. Carter & brothers, 1853

Lives of Bunyan, Henry, and Hall, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1853

The Lamp and the Lantern, Or, Light for the Tent and the Traveller, New York, Robert Carter & Brothers, 1853

A Memoir of Richard Williams, Surgeon, Catechist to the Patagonian Missionary Society in Tierra Del Fuego, London, James Nisbet And Co., 1854

An early outset and a long career, a sermon delivered on occasion of the death of Mr. James Nisbet, publisher, one of the elders of the Church, London, James Paul, 1854

The Old Testament Story, Notes for the Use of Teachers on a Second Series of Lessons for the Somers Town and Regent Square Sabbath Schools, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1855

The palm, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, 185-?

Qualifications of a Sabbath-school teacher, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, between 1850 and 1859?

Emblems from Eden, London, James Nisbet And Co., 1856

Our Christian Classics, readings from the Best Divines with Notices Biographical and Critical, London, James Nisbet And Co., 1857, Vol.1; Vol.2 and Vol.4

Lessons from the Great Biography, New York, Robert Carter & Brothers, 1857

Memoirs of the life of James Wilson, Esq., of Woodville, New York, Robert Carter & Brothers, 1859

The happy home, affectionately inscribed to the working people, New York, R. Carter & brothers, 1860

The works of Isaac Barrow, with a life of the author by James Hamilton, London, Nelson, 1861, Vol.1; Vol.2 and Vol.3

French: Le divin guide du voyageur, Toulouse, Société Des Livres Religieux, 1862

A Morning Beside the Lake of Galilee, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1863

The Psalter and Hymn Book, Three Lectures, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1865

In memoriam. Jane May Gladstone and her children, John Hall Gladstone, with a sermon on Jeremiah 15:9, preached by James Hamilton, D.D., March 27th, 1864, London, 1865?

The Royal Preacher, Lectures On Ecclesiastes, London, James Nisbet And Co., 1866

The Pearl of Parables. Notes on Luke 15:11-32, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1868

Memoir and Remains of the Rev. James D. Burns, M.A. of Hampstead, London, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1869

The comprehensive unabridged Henry’s commentary on the New Testament, with a memoir of Henry, by James Hamilton, London, 1870-1871?

The Light to the Path. What the Bible Has Been to Others, and what it Can Do for Ourselves, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1871

Moses, the man of God, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1871

Works of the late Rev. James Hamilton, London, J. Nisbet & Co., 1873, Vol.1; Vol.2; Vol.3; Vol.4; Vol.5 and Vol.6

Sermons and Lectures, Selected from the Manuscripts of James Hamilton, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1873

Burden-bearing, three sermons, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1874

The pilgrim’s progress from this world to that which is to come, delivered under the similitude of a dream, John Bunyan, with a life by James Hamilton, London, T. Nelson and sons, 1877

Can the Church accept the Government plan of education, A letter to the Rev. Dr. Hook, Cambridge, Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994

Daily communion with God;

Christianity no sect; The Sabbath; The promises of God; The worth of the soul; A church in the house, Matthew Henry, with life of Henry by James Hamilton

French: Le Mont des Olivers, ou, Méditations sur la prière [The Mount of Olives, or Meditations on Prayer], Toulouse, A. Chauvin

French: Le sérieux de la vie, discours sur l’activité et l’ardeur chrétiennes [Life in Earnest], Toulouse, Société Des Livres Religieux
 

Publications – about him

In Memory of James Hamilton, D.D., the Beloved Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Regent Square, died 24th November, 1867

Memorial church to the Rev. James Hamilton, D.D., F.L.S., Laird Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire, Alexander Duff, 1868.

Life of James Hamilton, D.D., F.L.S., William Arnot, New York Robert Carter and Brothers, 1870

Fifty portraits of religious and philanthropic celebrities, with brief literary notices, London, S.W. Partridge & Co., 1872

Memoir of Rev. James Hamilton, D.D., F.L.S., Robert Naismith, of Chirnside, London, 1896

 

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HANNA, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

Memoirs of the life and writings of Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, Sutherland and Knox, 1850-52, Vol.1; Vol.2; Vol.3 and Vol.4

The West Port, a chapter from the life of Dr. Chalmers, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1852

A selection from the correspondence of the late Thomas Chalmers, edited by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Constable, 1853

Select works of Thomas Chalmers, edited by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1854-1857, Vol.1, Miscellanies; Vol.2, Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans; Vol.3,

Sermons, 1 – including the Astronomical Discourses; Vol.4, Sermons, 2;

Vol.5, Natural Theology. Lectures on Butler’s Analogy. Introductory Lectures, etc.

Vol.6, Evidences of the Christian revelation and lectures on Paley’s evidences;; Vol.7, Institutes of Theology, 1; Vol.8, Institutes of Theology, 2; Vol.9, Political Economy in connexion with the Moral State and Prospects of Society. With essays on cognate subjects; Vol.10, Christian and economic polity of a nation, with special reference to large towns;; Vol.11, Church and College Establishments, Church Extension, and the Parochial System; and Vol.12, Sketches of Moral and Mental Philosophy, Their Connexion with Each Other, and Their Bearings on Doctrinal and Practical Christianity, Introductory Essays, and Tracts and Essays

Posthumous works of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, edited by William Hanna, in nine volumes, Vol.1, Daily Scripture Readings, 1; Vol.2, Daily Scripture Readings, 2; Vol.3, Daily Scripture Readings, 3; Vol.4, Sabbath Scripture Readings, 1; Vol.5, Sabbath Scripture Readings, 2; Vol.6, Sermons; Vol.7, Institutes of Theology, 1; Vol.8, Institutes of Theology, 2 and Vol.9, Prelections on Butler’s Analogy

Communications to the members and friends of the Free Church of Scotland on the principles of the Church, No. VIII, November 1854, by the General Assembly’s Committee, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, Edinburgh, 1854

The martyrs of the Scottish Reformation, in Communications to the members and friends of the Free Church of Scotland on the principles of the Church, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1854

Speech on the Sustentation Fund delivered before the General Assembly of the Free Church, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1855

Reply by the Rev. Dr. Hanna, to the speech of the Rev. Dr Buchanan, before the Presbytery of Glasgow, on Wednesday, February 28, 1855, 1855

French: Vie du Dr Thomas Chalmers [Life of Dr Chalmers], extracted from Hanna’s Memoirs, 1856

Religion in earnest; tales illustrative of Christian life in Germany, with prefatory notice by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Shepherd & Elliot, 1857

Essays by Ministers of the Free Church of Scotland, edited by William Hanna, Thomas Constable and Co, 1858

The Church and its Living Head, a Sermon on Romans 13:7 on the Principles of the Free Church, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1859

The Church and its Living Head, a sermon on the Principles of the Free Church preached in Free St. John’s, Edinburgh, on 13th November 1859, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1859

The headship of Christ over the visible Church, a correspondence between W. Hanna and J. Begg, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1860

Wycliffe and the Huguenots, Or, Sketches of the Rise of the Reformation in England and of the Early History of Protestantism in France, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1860

The true idea of the church, Charles Hodge, with prefatory note by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1860

Wycliffe and the Huguenots, or, Sketches of the rise of the Reformation in England and of the early history of Protestantism in France, Philosophical Institution, Edinburgh, T. Constable, 1860

The forty days after Our Lord’s resurrection, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1863

The life of Christ, previously published in 6 separate volumes with special titles, forming a series known as “The life of Our Lord”, New York, American Tract Society, 1863

French: Le dernier jour de le Passion [The last day of the Passion], Toulouse, Société Des Livres Religieux, 1865

Afrikaans: Levensschets van Thomas Chalmers, in leven hoogleeraar en predikant in Schotland [Sketch of Chalmers’ Life], abridged and translated into Afrikaans from Hanna’s Memoirs, Cape Town, N.H. Marais, 1865

French: Les 40 jours après la résurrection [The 40 days after the resurrection], Toulouse, Société Des Livres Religieux, 1867

The Ministry in Galilee, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1868

Living unto others, a sermon, printed for private circulation, 1869

The last day of Our Lord’s passion, New York, R. Carter & Brothers, 1870

Close of the ministry, New York, Robert Carter & Brothers, 1870

The wars of the Huguenots, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1871

No man liveth to himself, a sermon, 1871

The resurrection of the dead, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1872

The resurrection of the dead, New York, R. Carter and Bros., 1873

Home Mission Work, its duties, difficulties, and encouragements, with prefatory note by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co. 1873

Twenty Years in a Mission Field. A record of the Pleasance Church, Edinburgh, Thomas Cochrane, with prefatory note by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1873

Letters from 1800 till 1840, Thomas Erskine of Linlathen, edited by William Hanna, New York, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1877

Our Lord’s life on earth, London, Religious Tract Society, 1882

The patriarchs, W. Hanna and Canon J.P. Norris, Cassell Petter & Galpin, London, Paris & New York

German: Der letzte Tag der Passion unseres Herrn und Heilandes Jesu Christi [The last day of the Passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ]

He was the Editor of the North British Review for two years.
 

Publications – about him

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.24, William Garden Blaikie, Hanna, William

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchell, Hanna, William (1808–1882), Free Church of Scotland minister and writer

Testimonials in favour of the Rev. William Hanna, assistant at Larbert, near Falkirk, Edinburgh, 1835

Four Catholic lectures, dedicated to the Hon. Lord Ardmillan, in answer to the four Protestant lectures of the Rev. William Hanna, LL.D., on “The dawn of the Reformation” in England and Bohemia”, in sketches delivered in connection with the Philosophical Institution, February 1858, John Stewart McCorry, Edinburgh, Marsh & Beattie, 1858

Letter on the foreign missions of the Free Church, addressed to the Rev. William Hanna, Kenneth MacQueen, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1862

 

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HENDERSON, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Lectures on popery. Lecture V, Popery the Antichrist of Scripture, its character as developed, and its doom as denounced, in prophetic Scripture, Glasgow, William Collins, 183

The reception due to the Word of God, a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge on Thursday, June 5, 1828, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1828

Popery unchanged, the creed of Pope Pius IV still the creed of the Church of Rome, Glasgow, William Collins, 1836?

A letter requesting the vote for Dr Makellar of Pencaitland as moderator of the 1840’s General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, with others, Edinburgh?, 1840?

Prevailing evils examined in detail: Irreligion in Lectures on the social and physical condition of the people, especially in large towns, William Collins, Glasgow, 1842?

The Redeemer’s claims upon his redeemed people, a sermon, preached on Sabbath, 5th February, in St. Enoch’s Church, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1843

Sermons preached in Free St. George’s Church, Glasgow, on Sabbath, 4th November, 1860, on the occasion of the death of the Rev. John Smyth, D.D., James Henderson and Robert S. Candlish, Edinburgh, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1860?

Lectures on Protestantism. No. 1, The written Word of God, the only and sufficient rule of faith, supreme and independent in its authority, and paramount and personal in its obligations, Glasgow, E. Khull

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.2, p.217, Giving more blessed than Receiving; Vol.2, p.308, The Love of Christ to Young Children

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.136, Discourse, 1 John 3:14; Vol.2, p.659, Henry Venn: a Biographical Sketch; Vol.3, p.609, The Conversion of Abraham, a Polish Jew; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.233, Discourse, 1 John 3:14
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Henderson

In memoriam. Notices of the Rev. James Henderson, D.D., given in Free St. Enoch’s Church, September 1874, Andrew Melville, A.N. Somerville, Thomas Main, Glasgow, 1874

Image: see here for a picture of early Free Church Moderators.

 

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HETHERINGTON, WILLIAM MAXWELL

 

Publications – by him

Twelve Dramatic Sketches, Founded on the Pastoral Poetry of Scotland, Edinburgh, Constable and Co., 1829

The fulness of time, London, H. Adams, 1834

The minister’s family, New York, Robert Carter, 1839

Thoughts on the connexion between Church and State, applied to the present position of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

Lectures on the revival of religion, edited by W.M. Hetherington, Glasgow, William Collins, 1840

History of the Church of Scotland to 1841, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

Narrative of Proceedings in the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1842, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

New Statistical Account, April, 1843, Torphichen, Vol.2, Linlithgow, p.34

History of the Westminster Assembly of divines, Edinburgh, 1843

Our desires concerning unity in religion, and uniformity of Church government, as a special mean to conserve peace in His Majesty’s dominions, Published, 1843

An exposition of the confession of faith of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, Robert Shaw, with an introductory essay by William M. Hetherington, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1845

Authoritative exposition of the principles of the Free Church of Scotland, as contained in the pastoral address of the General Assembly of May 1845 – the claim of right – the protest – and the Act of Separation and Deed of Demission, Edinburgh, Lowe, 1845

Practical works of the Rev. John Willison, with an essay on his life and times by W. M. Hetherington, Glasgow, 1846

History of the church of Scotland from the introduction of Christianity to the period of the disruption, May 18, 1843, with an introductory essay on the principles and constitution of the church of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1848

The harmony existing between Christianity and true science, a lecture. delivered before the Scottish Young Men’s Society, March 5, 1850, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

Poems on various subjects, 1851

Coleridge and his followers, a lecture, London, Barclay, 1853?

Communications to the members and friends of the Free Church of Scotland on the principles of the Church, No. VII, October 1854 , Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1854

The Si[g?]ns of the Times, a Discourse on Zechariah 12:10, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1854

Toleration, or, The principles of religious liberty, being the substance of a lecture on Popery, Edinburgh, 1854

A Lecture on 1 Kings 8:44-45 on the religious aspects of the War, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1855

Copy letter to Mr. Ainslie, of date 6th September, 1847, Edinburgh, 1858

Good Will to Men, a narrative of the evangelistic labours of E. P. Hammond, and of the blessed results which attended them during his visit to Glasgow in the spring of 1861, with introductory note by W. M. Hetherington, London, 1861

The apologetics of the Christian faith, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1867

The martyrs of Scotland. A short narrative of their sufferings for Christ, London, 1874

On the moral influence of modern poetical literature in A course of lectures to young men on science, literature and religion, Cambridge, Chadwyck-Healey, 1995

The History of Rome, with an Account of the Statistics of Rome, from the Encyclopædia Britannica

Memoir and Correspondence of Mrs. Coutts, widow of the late Rev. Robert Coutts, Brechin, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren & J. Menzies

The Works of George Gillespie, now first collected, with memoir of his life and writings by W. M. Hetherington

The Sabbath, historical notices on the subject of Sabbath observance showing its influence on the prosperity of churches, Glasgow, Bell and Bain

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.424, The High Privilege of Public Worship; p.448, On the Death of J.B. Patterson; p.528, The Spirit of the Seasons; On the Common Phrase “The Laws of Nature”, pp. 641, 673 and 735; Vol.3, p.16, The Alpine Horn; p.80, True Greatness; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.657, A Brief Account of the Revival of Religion at Kilsyth; p.725, To the Rev. Alexander Duff, D.D; p.93, The Hope of Israel; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.72, The Christian Education of the Young; p.664, The Importance and Practical Bearing of the Headship and Government of the Lord Jesus Christ; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.441, Affliction Necessary and Beneficial to Man

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.61, The nature of prayer, the answer of prayer, and the encouragements to prayer
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: William Maxwell Hetherington;

Disruption Worthies on this website: Hetherington, William Maxwell

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.26, Thomas Wilson Bayne, Hetherington, William Maxwell

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, T. W. Bayne, revised by S. R. J. Baudry, Hetherington, William Maxwell (1803–1865), poet and minister of the Free Church of Scotland

 

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HEWITSON, WILLIAM HEPBURN

 

Publications – by him

The oil of joy for the afflicted and the bereaved, from the writings of W.H. Hewitson, J. Baillie, London, 1854

Manna for the pilgrim for each morning of the month, from the writings of the Rev. W.H. Hewitson, John Baillie, London, 1854.

Brief Sacramental Addresses, London, Birmingham, 1855?

Select letters and remains of the late W. H. Hewitson, edited by John Baillie, 1855

The Madeira persecutions, chiefly compiled from the Rev. John Baillie’s “Life of Hewitson,” and Mr. Roddam Tate’s “Madeira in 1846”, Carus Wilson, London, Religious Tract Society, 1856

Walk ye in Him” , from a pastoral letter, London, Religious Tract Society, 1867
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: W. H. Hewitson;

Memoir of the Rev. W. H. Hewitson, late minister of the Free church of Scotland, John Baillie, 1851

J. H. Hewitson in Biography of Eminent Christians, London, R.T.S., 1856-69

 

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HISLOP ALEXANDER

 

Publications – by him

The light of prophecy let in on the dark places of the papacy, being an exposition of 2nd Thessalonians 2:3-12, showing its exact fulfilment in the Church of Rome, with special reference to the aspect of that Church in the present day, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1846

The red republic, or, Scarlet-coloured beast of the apocalypse, being an inquiry into the period of the prophesying of the two witnesses, and the character of beast that kills them; wiith strictures on the views of Fleming, Elliot and the “Seventh vial”, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1849

The two Babylons, their identity and the present Antichrist also the last, Edinburgh, W. Whyte & Co., 1853

The moral identity of Babylon and Rome, London, 1855

Infant baptism, according to the word of God and confession of faith, being a review, in five letters, of the new theory of Professor Lumsden, as advocated in his treatise entitled “Infant baptism, its nature and objects”, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1856

A plea for charity & mutual forbearance, suggested by the Reverend Alexander Hislop’s pamphlet entitled “The scriptural principles of the Solemn League and Covenant, in their bearing on the present state of the Episcopal Churches”, by Irenicus, Arbroath, Kennedy & Buncle, 1858

The scriptural principles of the Solemn League and Covenant, in their bearing on the present state of the Episcopal churches, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1858

Truth and peace, in reply to the pamphlet entitled “Charity and mutual forbearance” by Irenicus, Arbroath, Kennedy & Buncle, 1858

Unto the Venerable the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, the petition of the undersigned, Edinburgh, Andrew Jack, 1860

Christ’s crown and covenant or national covenanting essentially connected with national revival, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1860

The trial of Bishop Forbes, a lecture delivered in the Free Church, Arbroath, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1860

The two Babylons or the Papal worship proved to be worship of Nimrod and his wife, London, Adam and Charles Black, 1862

Von Babylon Nach Rom [The Two Babylons], Bielefeld, 2019

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.169, Communion with God
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Alexander Hislop.

 

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HISLOP, STEPHEN

 

Publications – by him

On the goodness of God as seen in the effects produced by the action of heat on the present condition of the earth, a lecture, 1851

Temptations of the awakened and converted, Montrose, George Walker, 1860

On the tertiary deposits, associated with trap-rock, in the East Indies, with descriptions of the fossil shells, London, Geological Society of London, 1860

Copies of letters, notes and other papers of Stephen Hislop, 1837-1862, undated

Miscellaneous pamphlets and other printed items belonging to Stephen Hislop or preserved with his papers

Papers of Stephen Hislop, missionary in Nagpur. including his Diary

Nagpur and the connection of the British Government with idolatry there, an address

Papers of Stephen Hislop consisting of copies of postal regulations, 1854-1855, 1861, and a list of letters posted, 1854-1863; and extracts from books, periodicals and newspapers concerning Indian history and customs, and missions.

Letter-book of Stephen Hislop, containing copies or notes of his outgoing letters chiefly to army and government officers, but also to other missionaries; with some private letters, and notes on financial transactions

Papers relating to the aboriginal tribes of the Central Provinces, left in Mss. by the late Revd. Stephen Hislop
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Stephen Hislop.

Letters to Stephen Hislop, chiefly from fellow missionaries and from others with an interest in geology and anthropology, with a few letters to Hislop’s wife

The call for missions to India, an ordination sermon, preached on the occasion of the ordination of the Rev. Stephen Hislop as a missionary from the Free Church of Scotland to Nagpur, in Central India, by the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, on the 5th of September 1844

Picture, 1843–47

The late Rev. Stephen Hislop of Nagpore, c.1863

Memorial discourse on the death of the Rev. Stephen Hislop, of Nagpur, John Wilson, Bombay, Bombay Tract and Book Society, 1864

Stephen Hislop, pioneer missionary and naturalist in Central India, from 1844 to 1863, George Smith, London, John Murray, 1888

 

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HUNTER, ROBERT

 

Publications – by him

The history of India, from the earliest ages to the fall of the East India Company, and the proclamation of Queen Victoria in 1858, London, T. Nelson, 1872

History of the missions of the Free Church of Scotland in India and Africa, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1873

The American encyclopaedic dictionary, edited by Robert Hunter, assisted by John A. Williams and S. J. Heritage, Chicago, Illinois, Ogilvie Publishing Company, c1894. See here for links to the various volumes.

The Sunday School teacher’s Bible manual, London, Cassell and Company Limited, 189?

The new national dictionary, encyclopedia and atlas, edited by Robert Hunter and Charles Morris, Chicago, Belford, Middlebrook, 1898. See here for links to the various volumes.

Cassell’s concise Bible dictionary; or, Illustrated Bible manual, London, Cassell and Company, 1901

The modern eclectic dictionary of the English language, comprising also a compendium of the historical, biographical, geographical, scientific, religious, and sociological names, edited by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris, New York, Collier, 1904. See here for links to the various volumes.

Universal dictionary of the English language; a new and original work presenting for convenient reference the orthography, pronuciation, meaning, use, origin and development of every word in the English language, edited by Robert Hunter and Charles Morris, New York, P. F Collier, 1900. See here for links to the various volumes.

International dictionary and cyclopædia, edited by Robert Hunter and Prof. Charles Morris, Philadelphia, Pa., Syndicate Publishing Co., c1901. See here for links to the various volumes. This ppeared also under other titles, for example, Peoples’ dictionary; International Encyclopædic Dictionary, etc.

 

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