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WALKER (THOMAS). The whole proceedings on
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benefit by it, capableness of it, and right unto
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WALL (CHARLES WILLIAM), D.D. , Professor of
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\\ n!i an appendix taining the additions
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WALLACE (ROBERT), F.G.S. Antitrinitarian
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WALLACE (WILLIAM), LL.D., Professor of ma-
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Geometrical theorems and analytical formulae,
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WALLER (EDMOND). Poems, &c. Written \
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WALLIN (BENJAMIN), Minister of a Baptist con-
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WALLIS (JOHN), D.D., Savilian professor of geo-
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WALPOLE (HORACE), Fourth Earl of Orford.
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WALPOLE (ROBERT), M. A. Memoirs relating
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WALSH (ROBERT). An appeal from the judg-
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WALSH (ROBERT), LL.D. An essay on ancient
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WALSH (THOMAS).* The life and death of Mr
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WALSH (THOMAS), Capt. 93d regiment. Journal
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WALTER (RICHARD), M.A. A voyage round the
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WALTHER (DAVID). Some notice of Professor
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WALTHERUS (CHRISTOPHORUS THEODOSIVS).
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WALTON (BRIAN), S.T.D., Bishop of Chester.
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* Memoirs of the life and writings of the Right
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Bible. With notices of his coadjutors in that
illustrious work ; of the cultivation of Oriental
learning, in this country, preceding and dur-
ing their time ; and of the authorized English
version of the Bible, to a projected revision of
which Dr W. and some of his assistants in the
Polyglot were appointed. To which is added,
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WALTONUS (BRIAN.). See Brian WALTON.
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Sir Henry Wotton, Mr Richard Hooker, Mr
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Second edition. With notes, and a life of the
author, by Thomas Zouch, D.D.
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The complete angler ; or, contemplative man's
recreation : being a discourse on rivers, fish-
ponds, fish, and fishing. In two parts : the
first written by Mr I. W. ; the second by
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WALWOOD (JOHN). A sermon upon the diffi-
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causes of national judgments. By Patrick
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WAR^EUS (JACOBUS), Equet auratus. Stf. S!r
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WARBURTON (WILLIAM), 1
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some account of the life, writings, and charac-
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12 vol. London, 1811. 8
The divine legation of Moses demonstrated.
To which is prefixed an account of the life,
writings, and character of the author, by
Richard Hurd, D.D. A new edition. 2 vol.
London, 1837. 8
*A brief examination of the Rev. W. War-
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ciety of gentlemen. [By T. MORGAN.]
London, 1742. 8
* An examination of Mr Warburton's second
proposition, in his projected demonstration of
The divine legation of Moses, in which the
faith of the ancient Jewish Church, touching
the doctrine of a future state, is asserted
and cleared from the author's objections... To
which is added, an appendix. Containing
considerations on the command to Abraham, to
offer up his son Isaac. [By Henry STEBBINO.
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Remarks on several occasional reflections : in
answer to the Rev. Dr Middleton, Dr Pococke,
The master of the Charter House, Dr Richard
Grey, and others ; serving to explain and jus-
tify divfirs passages in The divine legation,
objected to by those learned writers. To
which is added, a general review of the argu-
ment of The divine legation, as far as is yet
advanced : wherein is considered the relation
the several parts bear to each other, and to the
whole. With an appendix, in answer to a late
pamphlet [by Henry Stebbing, D.D.] entitled,
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tion. London, 1744. 8
Faith working by charity to Christian edifica-
tion. A sermon [on 2 Pet. i. 5-7].
London, 1738. 8
A vindication of Mr Pope's Essay on man from
the misrepresentations of M. de Crousaz. In
six letters. London, 1740. 16
A sermon preached at St James's church, West-
minster. London, 1745. 8
Julian. Or a discourse concerning the earth-
quake and fiery eruption, which defeated that
emperor's attempt to rebuild the temple at
Jerusalem. In which the reality of a divine
interposition is shewn ; the objections to it are
answered ; and the nature of that evidence
which demands the assent of every reasonable
man to a miraculous fact, is considered and
explained. London, 1750. 8
The principles of natural and revealed religion
occasionally opened and explained ; in a course
of sermons. Dublin, 1753. 8
The alliance between Church and State : or,
the necessity and equity of an established re-
ligion and a test law demonstrated. In three
books. 4th ed. London, 1766. 8
Letters from a late eminent Prelate [Warbur-
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WARD (EDWARD), M.A., Minister of Tver, Bucks.
The substance of a sermon, preached in Iver,
Bucks, April 28, 1833, on occasion of the death
of the Bight Hon. Lord Gambier.
Uxbridge, . 8
WARD (JOHN), Minister of the Gospel in Ipswich.
God judging among the gods. Opened in a
sermon [on Ps. Ixxxii. 1] before the Hon.
House of Commons assembled in parliament,
upon the solemn day of monethly fast, March
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WARD (JOHN). The young mathematician's
guide : being a plain and easy introduction to
the mathematicks. In five parts... To which
is now first added, a supplement containing
the history of logarithms, and an index to the
whole work. London, 1740. 8
WARD (JOHN), LL.D. Dissertations upon seve-
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London, 1761. 8
WARD (NATHANIEL). The simple cobbler of
Aggawamm in America. Willing to help 'mend
his native country, lamentably tattered, both
in the upper-leather and sole, with all the
honest stitches he can take. And as willing
never to bee paid for his work, by old Eng-
lish wonted pay. It is his trade to patch
all the year long, gratis. Therefore I pray
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WARD (SAMUEL), S.T.D., Master of Sidney col-
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minationes theologicae, tractatus de justifica-
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a Setho Wardo, S.T.D. Londini, 1658. fol.
Sermons and treatises. With memoir by the
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WARD (THOMAS). England's reformation. A
poem. In four cantos. To which is prefixed
a life of the author. Manchester, 1815. 8
WARD (WILLIAM). Short grounds of CATE-
CHISME : delivered by way of question and an-
swer, with plaine proofes for the answers set
downe at large. Cambridge, 1627. 8
WARD (WILLIAM), Baptist missionary at Seram-
pore. The design of the death of Christ ex-
plained ; and its influence, in constraining
Christians to " live to him who died for them,"
enforced : [in a sermon from 2 Cor. v. 14, 15].
London, 1820. 8
Farewell letters to a few friends in Britain and
America, on returning to Bengal in 1821.
London, 1821. 12
A view of the history, literature, and mytho-
logy of the Hindoos : including a minute de-
scription of their manners and customs, and
translations from their principal works. A
new edition arranged according to the order of
the original work printed at Serampore. 3 vol.
London, 1822. 8
A plain account of conversion, and of the
doctrines contained in St Paul's Epistle to the
Romans. London, s. a. 8
WARD (WILLIAM GEORGE), M.A., Fdlow of Bal-
liol college, Oxford. The ideal of a Christian
Church considered in comparison with exist-
ing practice, containing a defence of certain
articles in the British critic in reply to remarks
on them in Mr Palmer's ' Narrative.' 2d ed.
London, 1844. 8
WARDEN (D. B.), Consul for the United States
at Paris. A statistical, political, and histori-
cal account of the United States of North
America ; from the period of their first colo-
nization to the present day. 3 vol.
Edin., 1819. 8
WARDEN (JOHN), Minister of the Gospel at Gar-
gunnock. A practical essay on the sacrament
of baptism ; wherein the doctrine of that di-
vine ordinance is opened and explained ; the
controversies concerning it are stated and de-
termined ; several questions of great moment
are proposed, and answered ; practical obser-
vations from each particular head are noticed ;
the constitution and practice of the Establish-
ed Church of Scotland vindicated ; and the
Christian improvement of this valuable privi-
lege is pointed at. Edin., 1724. 8
A system of revealed religion, digested under
proper heads, and composed in the express
words of Scripture ; containing all that the
sacred records reveal, with respect to doctrine
and duty. Revised and published by his son
the Rev. John Warden, minister of the Gos-
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WARDLAW (GILBERT), A.M. Experimental
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WARDLAW (RALPH), D.D., Independent minis-
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points of the Socinian controversy. 2d ed.
Glasgow, 1815. 8
Fourth edition. London, 1828. 8
Fifth edition. London, 1837. 8
Unitarianism incapable of vindication : a reply
to the Rev. James Yates's Vindication of Uni-
tarianism. London, 1816. 8
An essay on benevolent associations for the
relief of the poor : of which the substance was
read to the Literary and commercial society of
Glasgow, April, 1817. Glasgow, 1818. 8
The duty of imitating departed worth : a ser-
mon occasioned by the lamented death of the
late Robert Balfour, D.D., preached in... Glas-
gow, Oct. 25th, 1818. Glasgow, 1818. 8
Lectures on the Book of Ecclesiastes. Vol. i.
Glasgow, 1821. 8
The divino dissuasion to the young, against
the enticements of sinners : a sermon [on Prov.
i. 10-19]. Glasgow, 1825. 8
Man responsible for his belief. Two sermons
[on John, iii. 18, 19J occasioned by a passage
in the inaugural discourse of Hertry Brougham,
Esq. M.P. on his installation as Lord Rector
of the university of Glasgow, April 6, 1825.
Glasgow, 1825. 8
" Christ the first fruits :" a sermon [on 1 Cor.
xv. 23] preached in Nile Street chapel, Glas-
gow, on the afternoon of Lord's Day, Sept. 21,
1828, on occasion of the lamented death of
Mrs Greville Ewing. Glasgow, 1828. 8
Two essays : I. On the asstirance of faith.
II. On the extent of the atonement, and uni-
versal pardon. Glasgow, 1830. 12
Discourses on the Sabbath.
Glasgow, 1832. 12
Sermon. Civil establishments of Christianity
tried by their only authoritative test, the word
of God. Glasgow, 1833. 8
Exposure exposed : a statement of facts rela-
tive to West George Street chapel, Glasgow,
in refutation of the falsehoods of Anglo-Sco-
tus ; with remarks. Glasgow, 1834. 8
Speech at the public meeting in Glasgow, for
the separation of Church and State, March
6th, 1834. With the memorial to Earl Grey,
and the petition to parliament, adopted at the
meeting. Glasgow, 1834. 12
Christian ethics : or, moral philosophy on the
principles of divine revelation. 3d ed. [Con-
gregational lecture.] London, 1837. 8
Fourth edition. London, 1844. 8
Another edition. London, 1852. 8
The importance of the Church controversy,
and the spirit and manner in which it ought
to be conducted : a lecture, delivered in...
London, March 13th, 1838.
Glasgow, 1838. 8
National Church establishments examined : a
course of lectures delivered in London, during
April and May 1839. Ninth thousand.
London, 1839. 8
The principle of Christian communion : a ser-
mon, preached in West George Street chapel,
Glasgow, Sept. 4th, 1842. Glasgow, 1842. 8
Lectures on female prostitution : its nature,
extent, effects, guilt, causes, and remedy.
Glasgow, 1842. 8
"The end," the time of divine interpretation ;
and the duty and peace of " waiting for it ; "
a sermon [on Dan. xii. 13] preached in West
George Street chapel, Glasgow, on Lord's Day,
August 4th, 1843, on occasion of the lamented
death of the Rev. John Morell Mackenzie,
A. M. , who perished in the wreck of the steamer
" Pegasus," on the morning of 20th July, 1843.
With a documentary appendix.
Glasgow, 1843. 12
Second edition. Glasgow, 1843. 8
The sentiments and conduct of dissenters to-
\vunl their non-intni.sioii oivtlnvn in tin.- Estab-
lished Church, in a speech delivered at the
anim.-il meeting of the Congregational union
of Scotland, held at Aberdeen, 6th April I si: 1 ..
, 1843. 8 J
Discourses on the nature and extent of the
atonement of Christ. Third thousand. *
Glasgow, 1844. 8
* Review of Dr Wardlaw's work on the nature
and extent of the atonement. Extracted from
the Scottish Presbyterian, for November, 1843.
Glasgow, 1844. 1 _
Reviewers reviewed : or, remarks on the re-
views in the United Secession and Scottish
Presbyterian magazines, of "Discourses on
the nature and extent of the atonement of
Christ." Being the prefatory matter to the
new edition of that work. Glasgow, 1844. 8
A catholic spirit : its consistency with con-
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A dissertation on the scriptural authority, na-
ture, and uses of infant baptism. 3d ed. With
an appendix, containing strictures on the views
advocated by Dr Halley, in his volume en-
titled "The sacraments," on John's baptism,
and on the scriptural requisites to Christian
baptism. Glasgow, 1846. 8
Congregational Independency in contradistinc-
tion to Episcopacy and Presbyterianism : the
Church polity of the New Testament.
Glasgow, 1848. 8'
On miracles. Edin., 1852. 8
Systematic theology. Edited by James R.
Campbell, M.A. 3 vol.
^m.,1856, 57. 8
* Memoirs of the life and writings of R. W.
By William Lindsay Alexander, D.D.
Edin., 1856. 8
Second edition. Edin., 1856. 8
WARE (HENRY), D.D. Letters addressed to
Unitarians and Calvinists, occasioned by Dr
Wood's Letters to Unitarians. 2d ed.