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our dayes. Being a sermon [on Pa. xc. 12]



preached June 17, 1659, at the funeral of Mr
Samuel Jacornb, B.D. London, 1659. 4

The witnesses to Christianity ; or, the cer-
tainty of our faith and hope, in a discourse
upon 1 John, v. 7, 8. [Wants title.] [Part i.]
[London, 1675.] 8*

The parable of the pilgrim ; written to a
friend. 5th ed. London, 1678. 4

Sixth edition. London, 1687. 4

A paraphrase upon the Book of Ecclesiastea
and the Song of Solomon. With arguments
to each chapter, and annotations thereupon.

London, 1685. 8
The Proverbs of Solomon paraphrased.

London, 1694. 8
The Book of Job paraphrased.

London, 1697. 8

Jesus and the resurrection justified by wit-
nesses in heaven and in earth. In two parts.
The first shewing that Jesus is the Son of
God ; the second, that in him we have eternal
life. 2d ed. London, 1703. 8

A commentary upon the two Books of Samuel.

London, 1703. 4

Mensa mystica : or, a discourse concerning the
sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Hereunto is
added, Aqua genitalis : a discourse concerning
baptism. 7th ed. London, 1717. 8

Fifteen sermons upon contentment, and resig-
nation to the will of God. As also two ser-
mons on the ministration of angels. With a
prayer at the end of each discourse, suitable
to the particular subject of it.

London, 1719. 8

The Books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesi-
astes, and the Song of Solomon, paraphras'd :
with arguments to each chapter, and annota-
tions thereupon. London, 1727. fol.
The devout Christian instructed how to pray
and give thanks to God. 16th ed.

London, 1730. 12

A commentary upon the historical Books of
the Old Testament. 2 vol. 5th ed.

London, 1738. 4

Consolatory discourses, comprehending, I. The
heart's ease ; or a remedy against trouble.
II. A consolatory discourse to prevent immo-
derate grief for the death of friends. III. An
exhortation to those who are shut up from so-
ciety by sickness. IV. A consolatory dis-
course in times of trouble and danger. 10th
ed. To which is added, a suitable collection
of devotions, adapted to each of the discourses,
from the best writers in that way.

Edin., 1783. 8

A commentary upon the Old and New Testa-
ments, with the Apocrypha. From Genesis to
Canticles, by S. P. ; the Prophets by William
LOWTH, B.D. ; the Apocrypha by Richard
ARNALD, B.D. ; the New Testament by Daniel
WHITBY, D.D. 7 vol. A new edition.

London, 1808, 9. 4

The second note of the Church examined, on
Antiquity ; [Notes of the Church, as laid down
by Card. BELLARMINE, examined and confuted,
p. 83]. 1839

75



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PATRIOT-PATRONAGE.



A treatise of the necessity and frequency of
receiving the holy communion. Edited by the
Rev. William Bentinck Hawkins.

London, 1844. 8

PATRIOT. The patriot. Addressed to the peo-
ple, on the present state of affairs in r.ritain
and in France, with observations on republi-
can government, and discussions of the prin-
ciples advanced in the writings of Thomas
Paine. [By Thomas HARDY.]

Edin., 1793. 8

PATRONAGE. The right of patronages consi-
dered, and some of the antient and modern
arguments for the exercise of that right in pre-
senting to churches, surveyed. Together with
remarks on an anonymous writ industriously
handed about among ministers, probationers,
and students of divinity, called, The case of
patronage. /:</;., 1731. 8

The right of patronages reconsider'd : wherein
an anonymous manuscript entituled The case
of patronage, is vindicated from the mistakes
and misrepresentations of a pamphlet, enti-
tuled, The right of patronages considered, &c.

s. I, 1731. 8

Modern Erastianism unvaried : or, a further
survey of The right of patronages. In which
the rights of the Church, and the privileges of
its members in the call and maintenance of
the ministry, and the duty of the magistrate
with respect to these, are cleared and vindi-
cated from the unjust representations of a
pamphlet, entitled, The right of patronages
reconsidered. With an appendix containing
answers to some questions moved upon occa-
sion of the overture of the General Assembly
1731. By a minister of the Church of Scot-
land. Edin., 1732. 8

Another copy.

- A seasonable address to the citizens of GLAS-
GOW upon the present important question,
whether the churches of that city shall con-
tinue free, or be enslaved to patronage. [By
Patrick NISBET.] s. I., [1762]. 4

Considerations on the right of patronage.

Edin., 1766. 8

Thoughts of a layman concerning patronage
and presentations. Edin., 1769. 8

An attempt to prove, that every species of pa-
tronage is foreign to the nature of the Church
...In six dissertations. By a friend to the
natural and religious rights of mankind. 2d ed.

Edin., 1769. 8

Patronage demolished, and the rights of the
Christian people restored ; or, eight reasons,
drawn from Scripture, common sense, and ex-
perience, why the ensuing General Assembly
should apply to parliament for the repeal of
the act restoring patronages in Scotland.

Edin,, 1769. 8

Tracts concerning patronage, by some eminent
hands ; [Sir David DALRYMPLE, Dr Francis
HXJTCHESON, Lord President DUNDAS, and Dr
DODDRIDGE]. With a candid inquiry into the
constitution of the Church of Scotland, in re-
lation to the settlement of ministers ; and re-



marks upon a late pamphlet, intitlod, Obser-
vations on the overture concerning patronage,
in answer to the Thoughts of a layman con-
cerning patronage and presentations.

A'./,/,., 1770. 12

Another copy.

Another copy.

Another copy.

An inquiry into the principles of ecclesiastical
patronage and presentation, in which are con-
tained, views of the influence of this species of
patronage, on the manners and character of
the people. Divided into three parts.

Edin., 1783. 8
Another copy.
Another copy.

An appeal to all classes, on the subject of
Church patronage in Scotland : with a plan
for its amendment. Glasgoic, 1824. 8

Account of the proceedings of the first annual
meeting of the Society for improving the sys-
tem of Church patronage in Scotland. Held
...Nov. 18, 1825. Edin., 1826. 8
Hints for the consideration of the orthodox
clergy of the Church of Scotland ; suggested
in consequence of a meeting lately held in
Edinburgh, on the subject of Church patron-
age. By a Presbyterian layman.

Edin., 1825. 8

Remarks on the society lately established for
improving the system of Church patronage in
Scotland. 2d ed. Edin., 1825. 8

Account of the proceedings of the first annual
meeting of the Aberdeen auxiliary Society for
improving the system of Church patronage in
Scotland... Held... May 14, 1826.

Aberdeen, 1826. 8

Church patronage Society. Account of the
proceedings of the third [fifth, and sixth] an-
nual meeting of the Aberdeen auxiliary So-
ciety for improving the system of Church pa-
tronage in Scotland.

Aberdeen, 1828, 30, 31. 8
Account of the proceedings of the fourth an-
nual meeting of the Society for improving the
system of Church patronage in Scotland... held
in... Dundee, Nov. 11, 1829.

Dundee, 1829. 8

The Church patronage reporter. Nos. ii. to
xix. Edin., 1829-34. 8

Annual report of the directors of the Church
patronage society for the year 1830.

s. Z.,[1830]. 8

Observations on patronage and calls. By a
minister of the Church of Scotland.

Edin., 1833. 8

The early history of Church patronage... By a
member of the Faculty of advocates.

Edin., 1833. 8

The question of Church patronage in Scotland,
attempted to be rightly stated, and fairly con-
sidered ; in a series of short essays, which ori-
ginally appeared in the Edinburgh Advertiser.

Edin., 1833. 8

An historical view of the state of Church pa-
tronage in Scotland ; with a summary of the



PATRONAGE- PAUL.



695



arguments advanced in support of the various
plans proposed for removing the evils of the
present system. Edin., 1833. 8

Another copy.

Report of the debate in the General Assembly
of the Church of Scotland, on the overtures
anent patronage, May 25, 1833.

Edin., 1833. 8

A full report of the speeches against patronage
in the Church of Scotland, delivered at the
public meetings held in Glasgow and Edin-
burgh, on 14th November, and 2d December,
1833. Glasgow, 1833. 8

Another copy.

A speech delivered in the Presbytery of Edin-
burgh, on the subject of Church patronage,
April 30, 1834. [By Andrew BALFOUB.]

Edin., 1834. 8

Report from the select committee on Church
patronage (Scotland) ; with the minutes of
evidence, appendix and index.

[London], 1834. fol.
Another copy.

Aye or no ? on the patronage question. A few
words to the Church of Scotland.

Edin., 1834. 8

Report of the proceedings in the Middle church,
Perth, July 11, at a meeting opposed to abso-
lute patronage and violent settlements.

Perth, 1839. 12

Report of the speeches delivered at the great
anti - patronage meeting held in St Luke's
church, Edinburgh, on Thursday, 17th Sep-
tember, 1840. Edin., 1840. 8
Petition for the total abolition of patronage,
agreed to at the anti-patronage meeting, held
in the Assembly Rooms, on 9th December
1840. Edin., 1840. 8
To the electors of the city of Edinburgh. Ad-
dress by the Church defence and anti-patron-
age electoral association. Edin., 1840. 8
The anti-patronage catechism.

Edin., 1841. 12

Anti-patronage society, Edinburgh. Friendly
address to the dissenters of Scotland on the
present position of the Established Church.

Edin., [134:1]. 8

Plea for the total abolition of Church patron-
age in Scotland, respectfully addressed to Her
Majesty's government, and to the members of
both Houses of Parliament, by members and
friends of the Church of Scotland, associated
together for that end. Edin., 1842. 8

Another copy.

The select anti-patronage library: consisting
chiefly of reprints of scarce pamphlets connect-
ed with lay-patronage in the Church of Scot-
land. [By John OWEN, Sir David DALRYM-
PLE, John CURKIE, Philip DODDRIDGE, Lord
PRESTONGRANGE, Andrew CROSBIE, and James
BEGG.] Edin., 1842. 8

The Church and people's right to the patron-
age of Scotland ; with reasons for the repeal
of the Act of Queen Anne. Perth, [1842]. 8
Another copy.
1. An act of the General Session of Edinburgh,



17C2. 2. Petition to parliament in 1788 against
Church patronage. Reprinted, s. I. et a. 8

PATRONS. The clergyman's intelligencer : or,
a compleat alphabetical list of all the patrons
in England and Wales, with the dignities, liv-
ings, and benefices in their gift ; and their
valuation annex'd. London, 1745. 8

PATTERSON (ALEXANDER SIMPSON), D.D., Mi-
nister of Hutchesontown Free church, Glasgow.
A brief commentary on the First Epistle of
St Paul to the Thessalonians.

Edin., 1846. 12

A brief commentary, analytical, exegetical,
and practical on the Epistles of Paul to Timo-
thy and Titus. Edin., 1848. 12

Another copy.

A brief commentary on the Epistle of James.

Paisley, 1851. 12

A commentary, expository and practical, on
the Epistle to the Hebrews. Edin., 1856. 8

Commentaries, expository and practical, on
the First Epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians,
the Epistle of James, and the First Epistle of
John. New edition. Edin., 1857. 8

Another copy.

The cradle and the cross of Jesus : two sacra-
mental discourses. Glasgow, 1859. 12

PATTERSON (JOHN BROWN), A.M., Minister of
Falkirk. On the national character of the
Athenians, and the causes of those peculiari-
ties by which it was distinguished. An essay
which gained the prize of one hundred guineas,
proposed to the students of the university of
Edinburgh, by His Majesty's commissioners
for visiting the universities and colleges of
Scotland. Edin., 1828. 8

Discourses. To which is prefixed a memoir
of his life, and select literary and religious re-
mains. 2 vol. Edin., 1837. 8

Another copy.

Lectures on the fourteenth, fifteenth, and six-
teenth chapters of St John's Gospel.

Glasgow, 1840. 12

Second edition. Edin., 1859. 8
PAUL, Father. See Pietro SARPI.

PAUL V. [CAMILLO BORGHESE], Pope. Contro-
versies memorabilis inter Paulum V. Pontifi-
cem Max. et Venetos ; de excommunicatione
contra eosdem Venetos Romse promulgata xvii.
Aprilis anno 1606. Acta et scripta varia sum-
ma fide ex Italico in Latinum sermonem con-
versa. In Villa Sanvincentiana, 1607. 8

Traduites de Latin et d'ltalien en Francois,

sur les exemplaires imprimez a Rome et a Ve-
nise. -8. Vincent, 1607. 8

PAUL (ARTHUR). Coalition of interests not the
unity of the faith, A review of the union ne-
gotiations between the Synod of Victoria and
the Free Presbyterian Synod of Victoria.

Melbourne, 1856. 8

Suffering truths a Church's crown, a discourse
[on Rev. iii. 11] delivered in John Knox's
church, Melbourne, on Sabbath, 18th August,
1861. Melbourne, 1861. 8

PAUL (JOHN), Barrister at law. Select law li-
brary ; or, every man his own lawyer : com-



0'J6



PAUL-PAXTON.



prising nil tho laws and adjudged cases upon
the following important subjects of universal
interest, and daily occurrence, viz. landlords
and tenants, parish officers, game, tythes, and
bankrupts. With appendixes of practical

forms, copious indexes, bills of costs, iVc \

new edition, with considerable additions, re-
vised and corrected to the present timo. [ 1 ' y
John Irving Maxwell, and John Williams.]

London, s. a. 8

PAUL (JOHN), D.D., Carrickfergus. Works of
the late Rev. J. P., D.D. Comprising I. A
refutation of Arianism, II. Creeds and confes-
sions defended, III. Review of Dr Montgo-
mery's speech. With a memoir and introduc-
tion by the editor, Stewart Bates, D.D., Glas-
gow. Belfast, 1855. 8

Creeds and confessions defended, and attacks
made on covenanters, seceders, &c. repelled
in a series of letters addressed to the anony-
mous author of " The battle of the two dia-
logues." Paisley, 1826. 8'

A refutation of Arianism, or, a defence of tho
plenary inspiration of the holy Scriptures, tho
supreme deity of the Son and Holy Ghost, the
atonement, original sin, predestination, the
perseverance of the saints, &c. In reply to
the sermons of the Rev. William Bruce, D.D.,
senior minister of the First Presbyterian con-
gregation of Belfast. Together with occasional
animadversions on certain statements and rea-
sonings of Dr Mant, now Lord Bishop of
Down and Connor ; Dr Millar, of Armagh ;
and Dr Graves, King's professor in Trinity
college, Dublin. Belfast, 1826. 8

Another copy.

PAUL (JOHN). A popular treatise on the sacri-
fice of Christ : its nature and extent.

London, 1851. 8 C

PAULINUS. A letter to the people of England
Occasioned by the falling away of the clergy
from the doctrines of the Reformation.

London, 1735. 8'

PAULINUS (PONTIUS MEROPIUS), Saint, Bishop
of Nola. Opera. Ad MSS. codices Gallica
nos, Italicos, Anglicanos, Belgicos, atque at
editiones antiquiores emendata et aucta, ne
non variorum notis ac dissertationibus illus
trata ; nunc vero primum quatuor integris
poematibus qua? ex Ambrosiana bibliotheca
pridem eruta modo secundis curis recognovil
D. Ludovicus Antonius Muratorius auctiora
demum atque absoluta. Veronw, 1736. fol

PAULINUS, Saint, Patriarch of Aquileia.
Opera. Ex editis ineditisque primum collegit
notis, et dissertationibus illustravit, addita
duplici actorum veterum appendice, Joannis
Franciscus Madrisius Utinensis, congregatio
nis Oratorii Presbyter. Venetiis, 1737. fol

PAULSEN (HERMANNUS CHRISTIANUS). Histo
ria Tartarorum ecclesiastica...

Helmstadii, 1741. 4

[The above work is commonly attributed to
MOSHEIM.]

PAULUS, ^EGINETA. The medical works oj
Paulus ^Egineta, the Greek physician, trans-



lated into English : with a copious commen-
tary, containing a comprehensive view of tho
knowledge possessed by the Greeks, Romans,
and Arabians, on all subjects connected with
medicine and surgery. Vol. i. By Francis
Adams, surgeon. London, 1834. 8

PAULL (JAMES), D.D., Minister of TullynestU.
Letter in explanation of the present position
of parties in the Church, more especially with
reference to the subjects of the veto act, and
tho non-intrusion of ministers, addressed to
the people of Scotland. By the Rev. J. P.
and W. R. PIUIE. Aberdeen, 1840. 8

Another copy.

Another copy.

Some notice taken of the Rev. Andrew Gray,
by Messrs Paull and PIRIB, authors of " A
letter to the people of Scotland," &c.

Aberdeen, 1840. 8

Another copy.

PAULUS (HENR. EBERH. GOTTL.), Professor of
theology and philology at Heidelberg. Berich-
tigende Resultate aus dem neuesten Versuch
dcs Supernaturalismus gegen den biblisch
Christlichen Rationalismus.

Wiesbaden, 1830. 8

PAULUS (MARCUS). De regionibus Orientalibus
libri iii. Cum codice manuscripto bibliothecaa
Electoralis Brandenburgicfe collati, exque eo
adjectis notis plurimum turn suppleti turn il-
lustrati. Accedit, propter cognationem mate-
rise, HAITHONI Arrneni Historia Orientalis :
qufe et De Tartaris inscribitur ; itemque An-
drea) MULLERI, Greiffenhagii, de Chataja, cu-
jus prsedictorum auctorum uterque mentionem
facit, Disquisitio ; inque ipsum Marcum Pau-
lum Venetum prtefatio, et locupletissimi in-
dices. Colonice Brandenburgicce, 1671. 4

PAULY (ANDREAS). Prolegomena bipartita in
S. Scripturam, cum appendice de vindiciis li-
broruin deutero-canonicorum V. et N. Testa-
menti, ex variis authoribus collecta, digesta,
et usui studiosse prsesertim juventutis ordinis
et provincise Fratrum Minorum Recollectorum.
Germanise inferioris accommodata, studio et
opera A. P. Lovanii, s. a. 8

PAUPERISM. Remarks on two articles in the
Edinburgh review, on the causes and cure of
pauperism. By the author of " Letters from
Scotland." Manchester, 1818. 8

Fifth report of the Society for the prevention
of pauperism in the city of New- York, Dec.
17, 1821. New-York, 1821. 8

Association for obtaining an official inquiry
into the pauperism of Scotland.

[E din., 1840.] 8

PAUSANIAS, Ccesariensis. Grsecise descriptio
accurata qua lector ceu manu per earn regio-
nem circumducitur : cum Latina Romuli Ama-
ssei interpretatione. Accesserunt Gul. Xylan-
dri et Frid. Sylburgii annotationes, ac novae
notse Joachimi Kuhnii. [Gr. et Lat.]

Lipsice, 1696. fol.

PAXTON (GEORGE), D.D., Professor of theology
in the General Associate Synod, Edinburgh.
The duty of the Church to her rulers. A ser-



PAXTON PEARCE.



697



mon [on 1 Thess. v. 12] preached at Kilwin-
ning, at the ordination of the Rev. Robert
Smith, 15th June, 1796. Glasgow, 1796. 8

An inquiry into the obligation of religious
covenants upon posterity. Edin., 1801. 8

- Another copy.

Illustrations of the holy Scriptures : in three
parts. I. From the geography of the East.

II. From the natural history of the East.

III. From the customs of ancient and modern
nations. 2vol. Edin., 1819. 8

Another copy.

Third edition, revised and greatly enlarged
by the Rev. R. Jamieson. 4 vol.

Edin., 1842. 8

The sin and danger of circulating the Apocry-
pha in connection with the holy Scriptures ;
with a brief statement of what is known
concerning the authors of the Apocryphal
books ; the time of their publication, and their
introduction into the canon.

Edin., 1828. 8

PAXTON (JAMES), Member of the Royal college of

Surgeons, London. Illustrations of Paley's

Natural theology ; with descriptive letter press.

Oxford, 1826. 8

PAYBODY (THOMAS). A iust apologie for the
gesture of kneeling in the act of receiving the
Lord's Supper. Against the manifold excep-
tions of all opposers in the Churches of Eng-
land and Scotland. Wherein this controver-
sie is handled, fully, soundly, plainly, metho-
dically. London, 1629. 4
PAYNE (GEORGE), LL.D., Professor of divinity
in tJie Western college. Youth admonished to
submit to the guidance of God. A sermon
[on Jer. iii. 4] preached at Kingston-upon-
Hull, Jan. 8, 1809. 2d ed. Hull, 1809. 8

Britain's danger and security ; or, the conduct
of Jehoshaphat considered and recommended.
A sermon [on 2 Chron. xx. 3] preached at
Kingston-upon-Hull, Feb. 6, 1812.

Hull, 1812. 8

Elements of mental and moral science ; de-
signed to exhibit the original susceptibilities
of the mind, and the rule by which the recti-
tude of any of its states or feelings should be
judged. London, 1828. 8

Second edition. London, 1842. 8

- The doctrine of original sin ; or the native
state and character of man unfolded. [Con-
gregational lecture.] London, 1845. 8

Another copy.

- Second edition. London, 1854. 8

- Lectures on divine sovereignty, election, the
atonement, justification, and regeneration.
To which are appended strictures upon recent
publications by Dr Marshall and Mr Haldanc,
on the atonement ; and upon the statements
of Dr Jenkyn on the influences of the Holy
Spirit. 3d ed. London, 1846. 8

Another copy.

Lectures on Christian theology. With a me-
moir by Rev. John Pyer, and reminiscences by
Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Edited by Evan
Davies. 2 vol. London, 1850. 8



PAYNE (WILLIAM), D.D, Prebendary of West-
minster. A discourse of the COMMUNION in
one kind. 1687

The sixth note of the Church examined ; viz.
Agreement in doctrine with the primitive
Church ; [Notes of the Church, as laid down
by Card. BELLARMINE, examined and confuted,
p. 149]. 1839

PA YSON (EDWARD), D.D., Pastor of the second

church in Portland, United States. Sermons.

Aberdeen, 1842. 12

Another copy.

* A memoir of the Rev. E. P. [By Asa Cum-
mings.] Portland, 1830. 12

Another copy.

Another edition. New York, s. a. 12

To-day ; or, the danger of delay.

London, 1859. 12

Memoir, select thoughts and sermons of the
late Rev. E. P. Compiled by Rev. Asa Cum-
miiigs. 3 vol. Philadelphia, 1859. 8

PEACE. Some thoughts concerning the peace,
and the thanksgiving appointed by authority
to be observed for it. In a letter from an
elder, to a minister of the Church of Scotland.
[By George RIDPATH.] s. I, 1713. 4

The external peace of the Church, only attain-
able by a zeal for Scripture in its just latitude,
and by mutual charity ; not by a pretense of

uniformity of opinions, In a letter to .

By a lover of truth and peace, [Anthony Ash-
ley SYKES]. London, 1716. 8

PEADINE (ALEXANDER). See A. PEDEN.

PEARCE (A. E.). Inspiration. What is it ?
where is it ? and how ascertained ? In three
lectures. London, 1857. 12

PEARCE (SAMUEL), Minister of the Gospel in Bir-
mingham. * Memoirs of the Rev. S. P. ; with
extracts from some of his most interesting let-
ters. Compiled by the late Rev. Andrew
Fuller. 5th ed. Birmingham, 1819. 12

PEARCE (ZACHARY), D.D., Bishop of Rochester.
The MIRACLES of Jesus vindicated. 1729

A reply to the Letter to Dr WATERLAND [by
Conyers Middleton]. 1731

A reply to the Defence of the Letter [by Con-
yers Middleton] to Dr WATERLAND. 1732

A sermon [on Ps. xx. 7] preached before the
Lords spiritual and temporal in the Abby-
church, Westminster, on Friday March 14,
1760, being the day appointed by Hia Majes-
ty's proclamation for a general fast and humi-
liation. London, 1760. 4

A commentary, with notes, on the four Evan-
gelists, and the Acts of the Apostles ; together
with a new translation of St Paul's first Epis-
tle to the Corinthians, with a paraphrase and
notes. To which are added other theological
pieces. To the whole is prefixed, some ac-
count of his Lordship's life and character,
written by himself. Published from the ori-
ginal manuscript, by John Derby, A.M. 2 vol.

Lvndvn, 1777. 4

Sermons on several subjects. Published from
the original manuscripts; by John Derby.
4 vol. Lwulon, 1778. 8



B08



PEARS PEDDIE.



Life of Z. P. ; [with Lives of Dr Edward Po-
COCK, Dr Thomas NEWTON, and the llov. Phi-
lip SKKLTON]. 1816

PEARS (J. R.), M.A. The one cure for Popery
in our Protestant Church ; a letter to the Rev.
M. H. Maxwell. Bath, 1860. 12

PEARSALL (RICHARD), Dissenting minister at
Taunton. Contemplations on the ocean, har-
vest, sickness, and the last judgment. In a
series of letters to a friend. 2d ed.

London, 1755. 8

PEARSE (EDWARD), Minister of St Margaret's,
Westminster. The best match ; or, the soul's
espousal to Christ, opened and improved.

London, 1839. 12

PEARSON (EDWARD), D.D., Master of Sidney
college, Cambridge. A letter addressed to the
editor of the Orthodox Churchman's maga-
zine ; containing remarks on the Rev. Mr Si-
meon's sermon, entitled, " The Churchman's
confession." Broxbourn, Herts, [1800]. 8

Cautions to the hearers and readers of the
Rev. Mr Simeon's sermon, entitled, ' ' Evan-
gelical and Pharisaical righteousness com-
pared." Broxbourn, Herts, [1810]. 8

Remarks on the Rev. Mr Simeon's " Fresh
cautions to the public."



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