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economical uses. Illustrated by thirty-three
coloured plates, with... memoir of Salviani.
[Nat. Lib., vol. xxvii.] Edin., 1840. 8

BUSHNELL (HORACE), D.D. The vicarious
sacrifice grounded on principles of universal
obligation. London, 1866. 8

BUSK (M. M.). The history of SPAIN and Por-
tugal. 1833

BUTLER (JOSEPH), LL.D., Bishop of Bristol,
afterwards of Durham. The analogy of reli-
gion, natural and revealed, to the constitution
and course of nature. To which are added
two brief dissertations : I. Of personal iden-
tity. II. Of the nature of virtue. With a
life of the author, copious notes, and index,
by William Fitzgerald, A.M.

Dublin, 1849. 8

BUTLER (SAMUEL). Hudibras, in three parts.
Written in the time of the late wars. With
annotations. [British poets, vol. 5, 6.] 2vol.

Edin., 1773. 8

BUTTMANN (PHILIP CHARLES), LL.D. Aus-
filrliche Griechische Sprachlehre. 2 Biinde.
Zweite Ausgabe. Berlin, 1830, 39. 8

BUXTORFIUS (JOANNES), fit, Professor of Ori-
ental languages at Basle. Tractatus de punc-
torum vocalium, et accentuum, in Libris Ve-
teris Testamenti Hebraicis, origine, antiqui-
tate, et authoritate : oppositus Arcano punc-
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Basilece, 1648. 4

BYRON (GEORGE GORDON NOEL), sixth Lord
Byron. The siege of Corinth. A poem. Pa-
risina. A poem. London, 1816. 8



APPENDIX.]



C. CARDROSS CASE.



899



C. (S.). Mock poem, or Whiggs supplication.

2 parts. [By S. C., i. e. S. Colvil.]

London, 1681. 8
CABRERA (FRANCISCUS). Vitse efc gesta sum-

morum Pontificuin, per Alphonsum CIACO-

NIUM, continuatae per F. C. et Andream VICTO-

RELLUM. 1630

C-iESAREA, ARCHBISHOP OF. See BASILIUS

MAGNUS.

C^ESAREA, BISHOP OF. See EUSEBIUS.
C^ESAREA, BISHOP or. See GELASIUS.
CALAMY (EDMUND). A discourse concerning

the rise and antiquity of Cathedral worship.

In a letter to a friend. By N. N.

London, 1699. 4
CALCUTTA, BISHOP OF. See Thomas Fanshawe

MlDDLETON.

CALCUTTA, BISHOP OF. See Daniel WILSON.

CALDER (ROBERT), Minister of the Episcopal
Church of Scotland. Queries to the PRESBY-
TERIANS of Scotland. 1702

A short answer to Mr William JAMESON, his
impugning the authority of St Ignatius's Epis-
tles. 1708

CALLERY ( ). L'insurrection en Chine de-

puis son origine jusqu' a la prise de Nankin.
Par MM. Callery et YVAN. Paris, 1853. 12

CALVIN (JOHN). Opera quse supersunt om-
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Brunsvigce, 1865-1867. 4

Institvtio Christianse religionis nvnc uere de-
mum suo titule respondens. Autore ALCUINO.
[Pseud.] Cum indice locupletissimo.

Argentorati, per Vuendelinum Rihelium.
Mense Augusto anno M.D.XXXIX. fol.
[The second edition of Calvin's Institutes, and,
like the first, which is also in the New Col-
lege Library, of extreme rarity. For an
account of it, see the Translation, published
by the Calvin translation society, vol. i., in-
troductory notice, pp. xli.-xliii. ; and Corpus
reformatorum, vol. xxix., prolegomena, pp.
xxxii.-xxxiv.]

* Posthumum Calvini stigma in tria lilia, sive
tres libros dispertitum. A rhetoribus Collegii
Societatis lesu Bruxellis, anno 1611.

Bruxellce, 1611. 8

CALVINUS MINOR. Remarks on Dr Ward-
law's recently published pamphlet on the atone-
ment, entitled, " Reviewers reviewed." By
Calvinus Minor. Edin., 1844. 12

The present differences in regard to the atone-
ment of Christ not "a mere war of words."
By Calvinus Minor. Edin., 1844. 12

CAMBRAY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See F. de S. de
Lamotte FENELON.

CAMBRIDGE. Museum criticum ; or, Cam-
bridge classical researches. 2 vol.

Cambridge, 1826. 8

The Cambridge university calendar for the
year 1849. Cambridge, [1849]. 12

CAMDEN SOCIETY. Publications of the Cam-
den Society. Vol. Ixxxv.-xcv.

London, 1864-67. 4



CAMPBELL (JOHN), of Carbrook. Letter to his
friends, containing a vindication of his con-
duct from the mis-statements of the Rev. Dr
Thomson. Edin., 1827. 8

CANDLISH (ROBERT SMITH), D.D., Principal of
the New College, and minister of Free St
George's, Edinburgh. Speech on thesustenta-
tion of schoolmasters. Edin., [1846]. 12

The First Epistle of John expounded in a
series of lectures. Edin. , 1866. 8

Another copy.

The fatherhood of God, being the first course
of the Cunningham lectures, delivered before
the New College, Edinburgh, in March, 1864.
With a reply to Professor Crawford's stric-
tures, and a notice of other objections.

Edin., 1867. 8

CANE (JOHN VINCENT). * Animadversions on a
treatise [by J. V. C.] intituled Fiat Lux : or,
a guide in differences of religion between Pa-
pist and Protestant, Presbyterian and Inde-
pendent. By a Protestant ; [John OWEN].

London, 1662. 8
CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP or. See George

ABBOT.
CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See ANSEL-

MUS.

CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See Thomas

BRADWARDINUS.
CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See LAN-

FRANCUS.

CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See Matthew

PARKER.
CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See Reginald

POLE.
CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See John

POTTER.
CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF.' See John

TlLLOTSON.

CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. See John
WHITGIFT.

CAPELLA (MARTIANUS MINEUS FELIX). De
nuptiis philologies et Mercurij libri nouem ;
[cum Originn. ISIDORI]. s. a.

CAPELLUS (JACOBUS), Professor of Hebrew and
theology at Sedan. Observationes in Novum
Testamentum, exceptis Actibus Apostolorum,
et Apocalypsi D. Joannis. Nunc demum...in
lucem editse : procurante Ludovico Capello.
Una cum ejusdem Ludovici Capelli spiciiegio.
Amstel., 1657. 4

CAPPELLARI (MAURO). See GREGORIUS XVI.
Pope.

CARALI, BISHOP OF. See LUCIFERUS.

CARDONNEL (ADAM DE). Picturesque antiqui-
ties of Scotland, scotched by A. de C.

London, 1788. 4

CARDROSS CASE. Record in reduction Mr
John M'Millan v. The General Assembly of the
Free Church of Scotland. s. I, [1858]. 4

Case for Mr M'Millan, lodged 19th October
1859. s. I, [1859]. 4

Revised case for pursuer, in reduction and
damages, Rev. John M'Millan against the As-
sembly of the Free Church of Scotland, and
others. s. I,, [1859]. 4



900






[ API'!



Case for the defenders in conjoined act ,
M'Millon r. The General Assembly of the
Free Church. s. /., [1859]. 4

Revised case for defenders in conjoined acti< >ns
-M'.Millan r. The (iiiK-ral Assembly of the
Free Church. . /., [IS.V.ij. 4

Addition by Mr Chirk to case for defenders,
nth Nov. i8iV.'. *. I., [1850 1. 4

Defences for the General Assembly of the
Free Church, and their moderator, and others,
in conjoined actions at the instance of Air
John M'Hillan against them, A.T.

s. /., [I860]. 4

Interlocutors of Lord Jerviswoode, Ordinary,
(13th Nov. 1800) and <>f the First division of
the Court of Session, (19th July, 18C1) in the
conjoined action of reduction and damages at
the instance of Mr John M'Millan, pursuer ;
against the General Assembly of the Free
Church of Scotland, and the Rev. Dr Alex-
ander Beith, Stirling, the moderator... and the
Rev. Patrick Clason, D.D., and the Rev. Sir
H. W. Moncreiif, the principal clerks of the
said General Assembly, defenders ; as also
against the said Dr A. Beith, the Rev. Dr
R. S. Candlish, and the Rev. Dr James Ban-
nerman... defenders in the second action.

s. I, [18G1]. 4

CARE (HENRY). A modest inquiry whether St
PETER were ever at Rome, and Bishop of that
Church. 1687

CARLILE (JAMES), Minister of the Scots chun-l,
in St Mary's Abbey, Ihiblin. The apocryphal
controversy summed up, and directed to use-
ful purposes. Glasgow, 1827. 8

Letter to the editor of the Scottish Guardian,
on the success of the system of national edu-
cation in Ireland. Ellin., 1837. 12

CARPENTER (WILLIAM B.), M.D. The phy-
siology of temperance and total abstinence.
Being an examination of the effects of the ex-
cessive, moderate, and occasional use of alco-
holic liquors on the healthy human system.

London, 1*853. 8

CARROLL (WILLIAM). SPINOZA revived. 1709

CARTHAGE, BISHOP OF. See CYPRIANUS.

CART WRIGHT (THOMAS). A ful] and plaine
declaration of ecclesiastical DISCIPLINE owt of
the word of God, and of the declininge off the
Churche off England from the same. 1580
[An English translation by Cartwright from
the Latin work of Walter TRAVERS.]

In Librum Salomonis, qui iiiscribitur Eccle-
siastes, cum metaphrasi, homilia;, quae et justi
commentarii loco esse possint.

<lini, 1604. 4

CASHEL, ARCHBISHOP or. S^e Richard LAU-
RENCE.
CASTABALA, R. C. BISHOP or. See John

MlLNER.

CASTABALA, R. C. BISHOP Of.-See J. MUR-
DOCH.

CATALOGUE. Catalogue of parliamentary re-
ports, and a breviate of their contents : ar-
ranged under heads according to the subjects.
1696-1834. [L<-, i. fol.



Catalogue of the works of art funning tin-

;i i.l" I!..' .inlon,

iMimhartoiisliiiv. Mainly compiled by J. C.
Robinson. I > \.

Lon'i"n. /" '/, 18G5. 8

CATECHISM. Catechism on the principKs and
constitution of the Free I'lmrch of Scotland.
[By Andrew GKAY.] A new edition.

/;./

An evangelical catechism compiled from tho
Scriptures for young persons. 13y William
JoHBnon.

Controversial catechism. By the Rev. Stephen
KEENAN. l. v '4'

LUTHER'S catechism. [In Armenian.] 1845

The ecclesiastical catechism ; being a series of
questions, n-lative to the Christian Church,
stated and answered with the Scripture proofs.
By Alexander M'Li:i.. 1819

The Protestant controversial catechism. By
William MITCHELL. 1857

A catechism ; or, an abridgment of faith, di-
vided into four parts. To which are added,
a catechism of the sacrament of confirmation,

and morning and evening prayers. [By

REILLY.] " 1.^4

A confirming catechism : shewing the reasons
of the Christian religion. By John REYNOLDS.

A Protestant catechism for the use of schools
and families. By B. RICHINGS, M.A. . a.

An ecclesiastical catechism of the Presbyterian
Church. By Thomas SMYTH, D.D. 1841

Catechism on Messianic prophecy. By Wil-
liam STOBBS. [1860]

A catechism for the times. By David A. STUR-
Rot/K. 1843

A catechism on Popery. By David A. STUR-
ROCK. 1851

The Congregational catechism. By Edward
R. TYLER. 1844

Shorter catechism, in Hebrew, Samaritan,
Greek and Latin, &c. By Robert Yoi

s. a.

The Assembly's shorter catechism. [In Arme-
nian.] : irna, 1846. 12 J

The Churchman's catechism upon the head-
ship and kingdom of Christ, or reasons found-
ed on Scripture for adhering to the Scottish
Establishment. [With supplement.]

., s. a. 8

The ZETETIC SOCIETY'S shorter catechism, s. a.
CAVENDISH (WILLIAM), Earl of Newcastle.

A declaration made by the Earl of Newcastle,
governour of the town and county of New-
castle. [Reprints of rare tracts, &c. by M. A.
Richardson.] Newcastle, 18"43. 8

CHAKRABATTI (KABI KANKAN). Kabi i
kan Chakti. Calcutta, 1251, A.H. 8

CHALMERS (THOMAS), D.D., LL.D., i

and professor _ in the New Colle.ijn,

huryh, and curi-<.*]ion<.lin<i ;///<'< /' of the
Royal Institute of France. On cruelty to ani-
mals : a sermon [on Prov. xii. 10] preached in
Edinburgh on the 5th of March, 1826. 2d el.
Glasgow, 182(1.



APPENDIX.]



CHANDLER CHURCH.



901



A sermon [on Heb. xi. 4] preached in St
George's church, Edinburgh, on Sabbath, Feb.
20, 1831, on occasion of the death of the Rev.
Dr Andrew Thomson. Glasgow, 1831. 8

Prelections on Butler's analogy, Paley's evi-
dences of Christianity, and Hill's lectures on
divinity. With two introductory lectures, and
four addresses delivered in the New College,
Edinburgh. Edin., 1849. 8

CHANDLER (SAMUEL), D.D., Minuter of the
Presbyterian congregation at Peckham. Fune-
ral oration ; [with A sermon occasioned by the
death of Isaac Watts, D.D., by David JEN-
NINGS]. 1749

CHANDRA (DUA'RIKA' NATH). Puija Harish
Chandra. Calcutta, 1260, A.H. 8

CHAPMAN (SAMUEL). Report of an examina-
tion of poor-houses, jails, &c. in the State of
New- York, and in the counties of Berkshire,
Massachusetts ; Litchfield, Connecticut ; and
Binnington, Vermont, &c. ...

Albany, 1834. 8

CHARACTERISTICS. Ecclesiastical character-
istics ; or, the arcana of Church policy : being
an humble attempt to open the mystery of
Moderation, wherein is shewn a plain and easy
way of attaining to the character of a Mode-
rate man as at present in repute in the Church
of Scotland. [By John WITHERSPOON.] 5th ed.

Edin., 1763. 8

Another copy.

A serious apology for the Ecclesiastical charac-
teristics. By the real author of that perform-
ance ; [John WITHERSPOON].

Edin., 1763. 8 C

Another copy.

CHARITA (RA'M CHANDRA). Mahanatak.

Calcutta, 1271, A.H. 8

CHARLES II., King of Scotland, England, and
Ireland. The laws and acts made in the first
[second and third] parliament of Charles the
Second. [Scots Acts.] Edin., 1683. 12

CHARLESTON, BISHOP OF. See John ENG-
LAND.

CHARNOCK (STEPHEN), B.D. The complete
works of S. C. With introduction by Rev.
James M'Cosh, LL.D. Vol. v.

Edin., 1866. 8

CHARTRES, BISHOP OP. See JOANNES, Sares-
beriensis.

CHATURA'G (NA'RA'YAN). Krishna-Lila Ra-
shodaya. Serampore, 1251, A.H. 8

Manu-Shanghita. Serampore, s. a. 8
CHESTER, BISHOP OF. See John PEARSON.
CHESTER, BISHOP OF. See Brian WALTON.
CHESTER, BISHOP OF. See John WILKINS.
CHIARAMONTI (GREGORIO LUIGI BARN ABA).

See Pius VII. Pope.
CHICHESTER, BISHOP OF. See Lancelot AN-

DREWES.

CHICHESTER, BISHOP OF. See Francis HARE.

CHILLINGWORTH (WILLIAM), M.A., Chancel-
lor and prebendary of Salisbury. The aposto-
licall institution of EPISCOPACY. 1644

CHONIATES (NICETAS ACOMINATUS). D. Nice-
tx Colossensis vita, cum ejusdem in suiun or-



thodoxEe fidei thesaurum indice, et fragmento
libri xx. de ritu qui tune observatur, cum
Saracemis ad Christianismum se recipit. Ac-
cessit D. PETRI Laodicensis Expositio in Ora-
tionein Dominican). Una cum politicis D.
GERMAXI Constantinopolitani Patriarch* de
cruce Domini nostri Jesu Christi versibus.

Lutetue, 1568. 8

CHRIST. Christ our example. By the author

of " The Listener ; " [Caroline FRY]. 6th ed.

London, 1838. 8

Ecce homo, a survey of the life and work of
Jesus Christ. 2d ed. London, 1866. 8 D

Ecce Deus ; essays on the life and doctrine of
Jesus Christ. With controversial notes on
"Ecce Homo." Edin., 1867. 8

CHRISTI AN ISME. L'esprit du Christianisme.
[Par Rene' RAPIN.] Paris, 1672. . 8

La perfection du Christianisme, tire'e de la
morale de Jesus-Christ. [Par ReneRAPiN.]

Paris, 1673. 8

CHRYSOSTOMUS (JOANNES), Saint, Archbishop
of Constantinople. Opera selecta Greece et
Latine codicibus antiquis denuo excussis einen-
davit Frid. Diibner. Vol. i.

Parisiis, 1861. 8

Duse orationes in laudem Pauli Apostoli ; [cum
Orationibus T. HEMSTERHUSII]. 1784

T TTgji TJjj- otvcf/vaaias TUV Tgcttpuv otvetvioe..
[In modern Greek.] E 'Mthtry, 1836. 8

CHURCH. An enquiry into the constitution,
discipline, unity and worship, of the primitive
Church, that nourish'd within the first three
hundred years after Christ. Faithfully col-
lected out of the extant writings of those ages.
By an impartial hand ; [Lord KING].

London, 1691. 8

Another edition. s. I., 1712. 8

Another copy.

Another edition. London, 1839. 16

A defence of the rights of the Christian Church.
In two parts. Part I. Against Mr Wotton's
visitation sermon, preached at Newport- Pag-
nel. Part II. Occasioned by two late indict-
ments against a bookseller and his servant, for
selling one of the said books. With some
tracts of Hugo Grotius, and Mr John Hales of
Eaton. 2d ed. To which is added, a letter
from a countiy attorney to a country parson,
concerning the rights of the Church, never
published before. And likewise, Mons. Le
Clerc's extract and judgment of the said book,
translated from his Bibliotheque Choisie. [By
Matthew TINDAL.] London, 1709. 8

A view in miniature of a scriptural Christian
Church. Humbly and sincerely dedicated to
the members of Established Churches, and
those who have seceded from the Establish-
ment. Glasgow, 1844. 8

The Scotch Church ; the Free Church ; the
English Church. Extracted from " The Re-
cord" newspaper. London, 1847. 12

The liberty of the Christian Church. [Con-
taining] I. Narrative of the Cardross case.
II. Speeches at the meeting in Edinburgh,
Jan. 14, 1861 ; by the Lord Provost, Rev.



902



CICERO-CL'



[APPEMM.V



I*rmcipal Cunningham, Rev. Dr Cairns, Rev.
Dr W. L. Alexander, Rev. Dr Somervillo,
Rev. Dr Goold, Rev. Dr Guthrie. III. Rev.
Dr Candlish's speech at the meeting of the
Commission of the Free Church General As-
sembly, Nov. 21, I860. EJin., [1861]. 8

COMMUNION. A resolution of some cases of
conscience which respect Church-communion
...[By William SHERLOCK.]

London, 1686. 4

GOVERNMENT. An answer to a book called
A letter from a parochial Bishop to a prelati-
cal gentleman, wherein the Presbyterians of
Scotland are proved to be a schismatick party,
and the primitive government of the Church
by Bishops is vindicated, and the substance of
that which the parochial Bishop says against
it, is answered and refuted in very few words.
By a lover of the truth and order of the
Church ; [J. S.]. Ediu., 1715. 8

Some reflections upon the preface, and some
paragraphs of a book printed for Mr James
M'Euen at Edinburgh, 1716 ; called, A trea-
tise concerning the sanctifying of the Lord's
Day. Together with an exact answer to its
postscript. Wherein the answer to the paro-
chial Bishop's letter is vindicated, the primi-
tive government of the Church by Bishops
is farther established, and the Presbyterians
in Scotland are plainly proved to be a schis-
matick party, and consequently that their com-
munion is unlawful. By the author of the
said answer ; [J. S.]. Edin., 1717. 8

An apology for the true Church of Scotland ;
being a short reply to a book published by
J. W. called, An apology for the Church of
Scotland against the accusations of Prelatists
and Jacobites, and particularly the Reflections
of J. S. Whereby the ancient and Aposto-
lic government of the Church by Bishops is
farther confirmed. By J. S. Author of the
answer to the parochial Bishop's letter. 1719

HISTORY. The history of the Church, in re-
spect both to its ancient and present condition.
To which is added, a continuation of the same ;
with the opinions of several Bishops and learn-
ed divines concerning the doctrine and discip-
line of the Church of England. By one called
an High-Churchman. [Continuation imper-
fect.] ' London, 1706. 4

Church history. A poem. Part first Pre-
sent times. London, 1844. 8

De Kerckelicke Historic, vervatende verschey-
den ghedenckwaerdige saken in de Christen-
heyt voor-gevallen. Van het laer vier hondert
af , tot in het laer sesthienhondert ende ne-
genthien. Yoornamentlijck in dese Geunieerde
Provintien. [Door J. WTENBOGAERT] 5 Deel.
Na de copye 1647. s. I. et a. fol.

CICERO (MARCUS TULLIUS). Opera omnia quae
extant. Ex sola fere codd. MSS. fide emen-
data studio atque industria Jani Gulielmii et
Jani Gruteri. Additis notis et indd. accura-
tiss. confectis. 4 torn. Hamburgi, 1618. fol.

CLARISSE (JOANNES), Professor of theology at
Ley den. Encyclopaedias theologicae epitome,



prrpetua annotatione, lit-raria potLsHinium,
illustrata. Fnturis theologis scripsit J. C.
Editio altera auctir.

Lugd. Batav., 1836. 8

CLARK (ALEXANDER), A.M., Mini*t. r <it 1,
nets. * The two Mr Clarks. [From the " Wit-
ness" of 12th April, 1843. J [By Hugh MILLKK. J

, is4:;. r_"

CLARK (JAMES), Jedburyh. Two sermons on
Scriptural union. Jedburgh, 1820. 8

CLARKE (SAMUEL), D.D., Rector of St James s,
Westminster. * Historical memoirs of the life
and writings of Dr S. C., including certain
memoirs of several of his friends. The 3d ed.,
to which is added an appendix, containing
I. Dr Sykes's Elogium of Dr C. II. M
lyn's Memoirs of the life and sentiments of Dr
C. By William Whiston, M.A.

London, 1748. 8

* Observations on Mr Whiston's Historical
memoirs of the life and writings of Dr S. C. ;
containing a vindication of Dr C.'s conduct
and behaviour at the time the Convocation
fell upon him, from the unjust aspersions cast
upon him by Mr Whiston and others ; and
from the weak objections made to his conduct
by some of his friends. London, 1748. 8

CLAUDE (JEAN), Minister of Charenton. Con-
siderations sur les lettres circulaires de 1'As-
semblee du CLERGE' DE FRANCE. 1G;5

CLEMENS, ROMANUS, Saint. The first [and
second] epistle of Clement. [Ante-Nicene
Christ. Lib., vol. i.] 1867

Recognitions of Clement. Translated by Rev.
Thomas Smith, D.D. [Ante-Nicene Christ.
Lib., vol. iii.] 1867

CLEMENS (TiTus FLAVIUS), Alexandrines. The
writings of Clement. Translated by the Rev.
William Wilson, M.A. [Ante-Nicene Christ.
Lib., vol. iv.] 1867

j CLEMENT XIV. [J.-V.-A. LORENZO GANGANEL-
LI], Pope. Lettres inte'ressantes du Pape Cle-
ment XIV. , traduites de 1'Italien et du Latin.
Nouvelle Edition. 2 torn. Paris, 1776. 12

CLERGY. A modest plea for the clergy. [By
George HICKES.] [With Three treatises pub-
lished by G. HICKES.] 1709

CLERICUS. Organs and Presbyterians ; being
a few observations intended for the particular
benefit of the anti-organists ; with strictures
on some of their recent meetings in Edinburgh.
By Clericus. Edin., 1829. 8

CLERICUS. The Biblical student's assistant ;
containing references to works on doctrinal
and practical theology, with occasional notes ;
together with an appendix to four thousand
texts of sermons by eminent divines.

Edin., 1844. 8

Another copy.

CLERMONT, BISHOP OF. See J.-B. MASSILLON.
CLOGHER, BISHOP OF. See James SPOTTLS-

WOOD.

CLOSE (FRANCIS), A.M., Dean of Carlisle. A.
lecture on the merciful adaptation of the Sab-
bath to the wants and necessities of man...
Together with a sermon on the universal obli-



APPENDIX.]



CLOUGH COOK.



903



gation of the Christian Sabbath...

London, s. a. 12

CLOUGH (SIMON), Minister of the first Christian
society in the city of New- York. An account
of the rise, progress, and establishment, in
twenty five years, in the United States of Ame-
rica, of one thousand Unitarian Christian con-
gregations. Glasgow, 1832. 12 U

CLOWES (JOHN). An affectionate address to
the clergy of the united kingdom of Great Bri-
tain and Ireland, on the theological writings
of the Hon. Emanuel SWEDENBOKG. s. a.

CLOYNE, BISHOP OF. See Richard WOODWARD.

COCHRANE (J. G.). Catalogue of the library
at Abbotsford. [Printed by the Bannatyne
Club.] Edin., 1838. 4

CODDINGTON (HENRY), M.A., Fellow of Tri-
nity college, Cambridge. An elementary trea-
tise on optics. Cambridge, 1823. 8

COLENSO (JOHN W.), D.D., Bishop of Natal
The Pentateuch and Book of Joshua critically
examined. Parts ii., iv., v.

London, 1863, 65. 8

COLERIDGE (SAMUEL TAYLOR). Confessions of

an inquiring spirit. Edited from the author's

MS. by Henry Nelson Coleridge, M. A. 4th ed.

London, 1863. 8

COLLEGE QUESTION. A crack about the col-
lege, and Dr Guthrie's new theory of the li-
berty of speech. By a Free Church member.

Edin., 1855. 12

Our College question. By a Free Church lay-
man, s. I. et a. 8

COLLEGIUM THOMANUM. Ad audendas
oratiunculas quse in schola Thomana recita-
buntur, bonarum literarum fautores.-.invitan-
tur ab Collegio Thomano. Lipsice, 1759. 4

Ad audiendas oratiunculas iv. in schola Tho-
mana... recitandas, patronus antistitesque scho-
lse...invitat Collegium Thomanum. Praemissa
defensione locorum quorundam Platonicorum.

Lipsice, 1767. 4
COLOGNE, ARCHBISHOP OF. See Clement- Au-

guste de DROST DE VISCHERINTG.
COMBE (GEORGE). The suppressed documents :
or, an appeal to the public against the con-
ductors of the Scottish Guardian.

Glasgow, 1836. 8

On the relation between religion and science.

Edin., 1847. 8

COMBE (WILLIAM). A word in season to the
traders and MANUFACTURERS in Great Britain.

1792

COMBER (THOMAS), D.D., Dean of Durham.
The PROTESTANT mask taken off from the
jesuited Englishman. 169|

[Entered also under MASK.]

COMHAIRLE. See ADVICE.

COMMUNION. A discourse of the communion
in one kind, in answer to a treatise of the
Bishop of Meaux's [Bossuet] of communion
under both species. [By William PAYNE.]

London, 1687. 4

COMPANION. The Christian's morning com-
panion : or, meditations selected from various
authors. Edin., 1825. 12



CONCORDANCE. A concordance to the holy
Scriptures of the Old and New Testament.
Whereby not only any passage in the Bible
may be found, by the recollection of any ma-
terial word of it ; but also all the several texts
relating to every Christian virtue and doctrine
are pointed out at one view ; as likewise the
most remarkable parallel texts of Scripture.



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