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introductions. Edin., 1776. 8

- Another edition. With an introductory essay
by Thomas Chalmers, D.D. 2d ed.

Glasgow, 1828. 12

- Coir Mhor a Chriosduidh ; an da earrain.

1. D'fheuchainn mu choir shlainteil an Criosd.

2. An doigh chum ruigheachd air. Eadar
theangaicht' o Bheurla W. G. , le P. MacPhar-
lain. San Eaglais-Bhric, 1783. 12

- Christs care of his people under afflicting dis-
pensations. Two sermons preached on 17th
August 1662 from Matthew xiv. 24, 25, 26.

Glasgow, 17-87. 12

- Another copy.

Another copy.

Another copy.

- Two sermons... on Matt. xvi. 25, and on Matt.
xvi. 20. Edin., 1739. 8

GUTHRIE (WILLIAM). A general history of
Scotland from the earliest accounts to the pre-
sent time. 10 vol. London, 1767, 68. 8

A new system of modern geography... The as-
tronomical part by J. Ferguson, F.S.A.

London, 1792. 4

- A new geographical, historical, and commer-
cial grammar. 2 vol. 17th ed.

London, 1798. 8

GUTHRY (HENRY), Bishop of Dunkeld. Me-
moirs of H. G., late Bishop of Dunkel in Scot-
land : wherein the conspiracies and rebellion
against King Charles I. of blessed memory, to
the time of the murther of that monarch, are
briefly and faithfully related.

London, 1702. 8

- Another copy.

- Second edition. Glasgow, 1747. 8

Another copy.

GUYLFORDE (Sir RICHARD).* The pilgrimage
of Sir R. G. to the Holy Land, A.D. 1506, from
a copy believed to be unique, from the press
of Richard Pynson. Edited [for the Camden
Society] by Sir Henry Ellis.

London, 1851. 4

GUYON (Madame JEANNE-MARIE BOUVIERES DE
LA MOTHE). Les Livres de 1'Ancien [et du
Nouveau] Testament, avec des explications.
1713-1715. See BIBLES FRENCH. A.

- LETTRES Chretiennes et spirituelles sur divers
sujets. 1717, 18

- La vie de Madame J. M. B. de la M. G. Ecrite
par elle-meme. 3 torn. Cologne, 1720. 12

- The exemplary life of the pious Lady Guion,
translated from her own account in the origi-
nal French. To which is added a new trans-



lation of her short and easy method of prayer,
by Thomas Digby Brooke. Bristol, 1806. 8
*Life, religious opinions and experience of
Madame de la M. G. Together with some
account of the personal history and religious
opinions of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray.
By Thomas C. Upham. Edited and revised
by a clergyman of the Church of England.

London, 1854. 8

GUYS (AMBROSE). The genuine history of A. G.

London, 1759. 8

GUYSE (JOHN), D.D., Independent minister of a
congregation in New Broad Street, London.
A collection of seventeen practical sermons
on various and important subjects : To which
is added a ministerial exhortation.

London, 1756. 8

The practical expositor : or, an exposition of
the New Testament, in the form of a para-
phrase ; with occasional notes in their proper
places, and serious recollections at the close
of every chapter. 3 vol. 2d ed.

London, 1761. 4

Sixth edition. To which is prefixed, a life of
the author. 6 vol. Edin., 1818. 8

The standing use of the Scripture, to all the
purposes of revelation ... in eleven sermons.
With an account of the life of the author.

London, 1790. 8

Jesus Christ God-Man : or, the constitution of
Christ's person, with the evidence and im-
portance of the doctrine of his true and proper
Godhead. Also, the Holy Spirit a divine per-
son : or, the doctrine of his Godhead repre-
sented as evident and important. Considered
in several plain and practical sermons, on Rom.
ix. 5, and 1 Cor. xii. 11. Glasgow, 1790. 8

GWATKIN (THOMAS). A letter to the clergy of
New York and New Jersey, occasioned by an
address to the Episcopalians in Virginia.

Williamsburg, 1772. 8

GWYNNE (JOHN). Military memoirs of the
great civil war. Being the military memoirs
of J. G. ; and an account of the Earl of Glen-
cairn's expedition, as general of His Majesty's
forces, in the Highlands of Scotland, in the
years 1653 and 1654. By a person who was
eye and ear witness to every transaction. [Edit-
ed by Sir Walter Scott.] Edin., 1822. 4

GWYTHER (HENRY), M.A., Vicar of Yardley,
Worcestershire. The Psalmist. A selection of
psalms and hymns for divine worship. By
H. G. and the Rev. John Gwyther.

London, 1830. 12

GWYTHER (JOHN), B.A., Curate of Sheldon,
Wanvickshire. The Psalmist. By the Rev.
H. Gwyther, and J. G. 1830



H. HAFFNER.



II. (A.), i. e. Adam HARSXKT.

H. (E.), i. e. Ebenezer HENDERSON.

H. (-I.), i. e. James HOG.

II. (J.), t. e. John HUTCHINSON.

H. (J.). Sermons. [Wants title.] 4

If. (J. C.), i. e. Julius Charles HAKE.

H. (N.), i. e. Richard MAYO.

H. (P.). A true and demonstrative way to union,
by the education of youth in he establisht
principles of the Church of England.

Londo-n, 1701. 4

- Another copy.

H. (S.), t. e. Samuel HOLDEN.

H. (T.). A treatise of marriage, with a defence
of the 32d article of religion of the Church of
England. London, 1673. 16

H. (T.). Political aphorisms: or, The true
maxims of government displayed. 3d ed.

London, 1691. 4

H. (T.), i. e. Thomas HOOKER.

HAAG (Eua.). La France Protestante on vies
des Protestants Fran9ais qui se sont fait un
nom dans 1'histoire depuis les premiers temps
de la Reformation jusqu' a la reconnaissance
du principe de la liberte' des cultes par 1'assem-
ble'e nationale. Ouvrage prece'de' d'une notice
historique sur le Protestantisme en France,
suivi de pieces justificatives et redige sur des
documents en grande partie inedits par MM.
Eug. et Em. Haag. 9 torn.

Pom, 1846-59. 8

- Another copy.

HAAG (EM.). La France Protestante, par Eug.
HAAG et E. H. . 1846-59

HAAK (THEODORE). The Dutch annotations
upon the whole Bible. Together with their own
translation, as both were ordered by the Synod
of Dort. 1657. See BIBLES ENGLISH. A.

HABERSHON (MATTHEW). An historical expo-
sition of the prophecies of the Revelation of
St John ; shewing their connection with and
confirmation of those of Daniel, and of the Old
Testament in general ; particularly in their
most important aspect on the present times.
2 vol. 2d ed. London, 1844. 12

HABESSINUS (GREGORIUS). Theologia ^Ethio-
pica ; [cum Salutari luce Evangelii per J. A.
FABRICIUM]. 1732

HACINE (JULES). A monograph of British Fos-
sil Corals. By H. Milne EDWARDS, and J. H.

1850-1854

HACKSPAJST (THEODORICUS). Notse philologies
in varia et difficilia Scripturse loca. 3 vol.

Altdorfii, 1664. 8

IIADDOW (JAMES). See James HADOW.

HADLEY (JOHN).* Instructions for the use of
Hadley's quadrant. [Wants title.] 8



HADOW (JAMES). Principal of tlm university of
]:/; itlmrijk. Remarks upon the case of the
EPISCOPAL CLERGY [of SCOTLAND], \7> '.'

The doctrine and practice of the Church of
Scotland anent the sacrament of BAPTISM, vin-
dicated. 17<iJ

The. antinomianism of the Marrow of modern
divinity detected. Wherein the letter to a
private Christian, about believers receiving the
law, as the law of Christ, is specially cons i.

Edin., 1721. 8

* The politick disputant : choice instructions
for quashing a stubborn adversary. Gathered
from, and exemplified in, Principal Hadow's
conduct in his late appearances against the
Marrow of modern divinity, and its friends.

Edin., 1722. 8

* The scope and substance of the Marrow of
modem divinity : wherein several passages ex-
cepted against therein are explained and vin-
dicated. Being an introductory essay unto a
more particular confutation of Principal Had-
dow's pretended detection of the antinomian-
ism of the Marrow. [By James HOG.]

Edin., 1722. 8

* A sober enquiry into the grounds of the pre-
sent differences in the Church of Scotland.
Wherein the matters under debate are fairly
stated ; the differences adjusted ; and Mr Ha-
dow's detections considered and weighed. [By
Robert RICCALTOCN.] s. I., 1723. 12

Another copy.

Another copy.

HAENSEL (JOHN GOTTFRIED). Letters on the
Nicobar islands, their natural productions, and
the manners, customs, and superstitions of
the natives ; with an account of an attempt
made by the Church of the United Brethren,
to convert them to Christianity. Addressed
to the Rev. C. J. Latrobe.

London, 1812. 8

HJERETICI, HERETICS. De hsereticis, an
sint persequendi, et omnino quomodo sit cum
eis agendum, multorum turn veterum, turn re-
centiorum sentential ... Recensuit Joachimus
Cluten. Argentorati, 1610. 8

[A reprint of the work published at Magde-
burg, in 1554, and answered by Beza in his
work, " De hsereticis a civili magistratu pu-
niendis." The author was either Sebastian
CASTALIO, under the name of Martinus BEL-
LIUS ; or Laelius SOCINUS. Probably they were
both engaged in it.]

HJSSELER (GEORGIUS HENRICUS). De discip-
lina Christiana, disputatio theologica.

Lipsite, 1769. 4
HAFFNER (ISAAC), S. T. P. * Review of the



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transactions respecting Professor Haifner's pre-
face to the Strasburg Bible ; with remarks on
letter from one of the founders of the British
and Foreign Bible society. Edin. , 1827. 8
HAGENBACH (K. R.), D.D., Professor of theo-
logy in the university of Bash. Compendium
of the history of doctrines. Translated by
Carl W. Buch. 2 vol. [Clark's For. Theol.
Lib.] Edin., 1846, 47. 8

- Encyclopiidie und Methodologie der theolo-
gischen Wissenschafften. Vierte verbesserte
Auflage. Leipzig, 1854. 8

German rationalism, in its rise, progress, and
decline, in relation to theologians, scholars,
poets, philosophers, and the people : a contri-
bution to the Church history of the eighteenth
and nineteenth centuries. Edited and trans-
lated by Rev. Wm. Leonhard Gage, and Rev.
J. H. W. Stuckenberg. Edin., 1865. 8

HAGGITT (GEORGE), M.A., Rector of Beecham-
irell, Norfolk. Sermons to country congrega-
tions. 2 vol. 2d ed. London, 1797. 8

HAIG (D.), Assistant librarian to the Faculty of
advocates. An historical account of the Sena-
tors of the College of Justice. By G. BRUNTON
and D. H. 1832

HAILAND (MARCUS). Brevis consideratio trium
qusestionum, respondentibus Georgio HEHL et
M. H. 1624

HAILES, LORD. See Sir David DALRYMPLE.

HAKEWILL (GEORGE), D.D., Archdeacon of
Surrey. An apologie or declaration of the
power and providence of God in the govern-
ment of the world. Consisting in an exami-
nation and censvre of the common errovr
tovching natvres perpetuall and vniversall de-
cay, divided into fovre bookes.

Oxford, 1630. fol.

HAKEWILL (JAMES). A series of views of the
neighbourhood of Windsor . . . Engraved by
Landseer, Middiman, Cooke, &c.

London, 1820. fol.

HAIN (LUDOVICUS). Repertorium bibliographi-
cum, in quo libri omnes ab arte typographica
inventa usque ad annum MD. typis expressi
ordine alphabetico vel simpliciter enumerantur
vel adcuratius recensentur. 2 vol. 4 partt.
Stuttgartice, 1826-1838. 8

HAITHOISTUS, ARMENUS. Historia Orientalis ;
[cum Marco PAULO de regionibus Orientali-
bus]. 1671

HALDANE (ALEXANDER). Two letters to the
Rev. Andrew Brandram, respecting the pro-
ceedings of the Earl Street committee, on the
17th of December last, and on the 7th of Ja-
nuary, and containing statements about con-
cealment and mutilation in the pamphlet of
Anglicanus. Edin., 1828. 8

Another copy.

- Answer to the statement of the Edinburgh
corresponding board ; more especially as it re-
lates to the concealment and mutilation of do-
cuments by the Earl Street committee and to
Dr Leander Van Ess. Edin. , 1828. 8

A letter to the committee of the Bradford
Bible society, relative to certain misrepre-



sentations made by the Rev. Andrew Brand-
ram, in his late visit to Bradford.

Edin., s. a. 8

* Letter to A. H. , Esq. on the proceedings of
the London committee respecting the Septua-
gint. By a layman. Edin., 1829. 8

HALDANE (JAMES ALEXANDER). Journal of a
tour through the Northern counties of Scot-
land and the Orkney isles, in autumn 1797.
Undertaken with a view to promote the know-
ledge of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Edin., 1798. 12

- The foundation of the observance of the Lord's
day, and of the Lord's Supper vindicated from
the objections published in the Scots Presby-
terian Magazine, for February last.

Edin., 1807. 8

Remarks on Mr Jones' review of Observations
on forbearance. Edin. , 1812. 12

Two letters to the Rev. Dr CHALMERS, on his
proposal for increasing the number of churches
in Glasgow. 1818

The importance of hearing the voice of God :
A sermon [on Amos, iii. 6] preached... after the
late fire in the city of Edinburgh.

Edin., 1824. 8

Another copy.

Answer to Mr Henry Drummond's defence of
the heretical doctrine promulgated by Mr Ir-
ving respecting the person and atonement of
the Lord Jesus Christ, and to his denial of
original sin, and of the imputation of Christ's
righteousness. Edin., 1830. 12

Observations on universal pardon, the extent
of the atonement, and personal assurance of
salvation. Edin., 1831. 16

Another copy.

The signs of the times considered ; with the
duty of preparation for the approaching crisis ;
being the substance of five discourses.

Edin., 1832. 12

Man's responsibility ; the nature and extent
of the atonement ; and the work of the Holy
Spirit ; in reply to Mr Howard Hinton and the
Baptist midland association. Edin. , 1842. 12

Another copy.

The doctrine of the atonement. With stric-
tures on the recent publications of Drs Ward-
law and Jenkyn on the subject.

Edin., 1845. 8

Another copy.

* Memoirs of the lives of Robert HALDANE of
Airthrey, and of his brother, J. A. H. 1852

HALDANE (ROBERT). An answer to Mr Gre-
ville Ewing's pamphlet, entitled, Facts and
documents, &c. Edin., 1810. 8

The evidence and authority of divine revela-
tion. Being a view of the testimony of the
law and the Prophets to the Messiah, with the
subsequent testimonies. 2 vol.

Edin., 1816. 8

Second edition. London, 1834. 8

Third edition. London, 1839. 8

- Letter to Dr Ryland. [Edin., 1816]. 8

A letter to the editor of the Edinburgh Chris-
tian Instructor ; containing strictxires on War-



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11ALDANE HALE.



burton, Lardner, Paley, Campbell, and Mac-
knight. Edin., 1820. 8

- Letter to M. J. J. Cheneviere, pastor and pro-
fessor of divinity at Geneva : occasioned by
his " Summary of the theological controver-
sies which of late years have agitated the city
of Geneva." i. '/;., 1824. 12

- Another copy.

- Another copy.

- Review of the conduct of the directors of the
British and Foreign Bible society, relative to
the Apocrypha, and to their administration on
the continent. With an answer to the Rev.
C. Simeon, and observations on the Cambridge
remarks. /:<// u., 1825. 8
Another copy.

A second review of the conduct of the directors
of the British and Foreign Bible society, con-
taining an account of the religious state of the
continent : in answer to a letter addressed to
the author, by the Rev. Dr Steinkopf.

Eilin., 1826. 8
Another copy.

The authenticity and inspiration of the Holy
Scriptures considered ; in opposition to the er-
roneous opinions that are circulated on the
subject. Edin., 1827. 8

Another copy.

The books of the Old and New Testaments
proved to be canonical, and their verbal in-
spiration maintained and established ; with an
account of the introduction and character of
the Apocrypha. [Fourth edition of the pre-
vious work, with a new title.]

Edin., 1832. 8
Another copy.

Fifth edition. Edin., 1845. 8

Another copy.

Exposure of the Rev. Henry Grey's personal
misrepresentations, doctrinal heresies, and im-
portant mis-statements, respecting the Bible
society, as contained in the letters of Angli-
canus. Edin., 1828. 8

Another copy.

Answer to the Rev. Henry Grey's reply to Mr
Haldane's exposure of his personal misrepre-
sentations, doctrinal heresies, and important
mis-statements respecting the Bible society, as
contained in the letters of Anglicanus.

Edin., 1828. 8
Another copy.

Exposure of the statement recently published
by the Edinburgh corresponding board, re-
specting the claims of the British and Foreign
Bible society on the support of the Christian
public. Edin., 1828. 8

Review of the conduct of the Rev. Daniel Wil-
son, on the continent, and as a member of the
Society for promoting Christian knowledge,
and of the British and Foreign Bible society,
and of his manner of preaching the Gospel ;
with remarks on the seminary at Basle, of the
Church of England missionary society, and on
the religious state of Germany

'Eilin., 1820. 12
Another copy.



Review of the sixteenth annual report of the
(ihisgow auxiliary Bible soci<

, 1829. 8

Review of the speeches of Dr Dick and Dr
Wardlaw dclivmil ;it tlio last meeting of tho
Glasgow auxiliary Bible soc;

, 1830. 8

Another copy.

Review of the Rev. John Scott's apology for
the proceedings of the committee of the Bri-
tish and Foreign Bible society, in which the
object of a Bible society, and the duty of
prayer, and of the exclusion of Socinians are
considered. Edin., 1832. 8

Mr John Joseph Gurney's defence of union
with Socinians in the British and Foreign Bible-
society, and of the omission of prayer by that
society, proved to be untenable.

Edin., 1833. 8

Letters to the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, occa-
sioned by the pamphlet addressed to his Lord-
ship by the Rev. S. C. Wilks, " on the Bible
society question, in its principle and details."

Edin., 1833. 8

Letter to the Rev. Dr Morison, editor of the
Evangelical Magazine, respecting the commen-
tary of Professor Stuart, on the Epistle to the
Romans. London, 1836. 8

For the consideration of the ministers of the
Church of Scotland. Remarks on Dr Tho-
luck's exposition of St Paul's Epistle to the
Romans, translated by one of themselves.

Edin., 1838. 8

Further considerations for the ministers of the
Church of Scotland, occasioned by the Rev. Mr
Menzies' apology for Dr Tholuck's perversions
of the word of God, and his attack on some of
the most important scriptural doctrines.

Edin., 1838. 8

Another copy.

Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans :
with remarks on the commentaries of Dr Mac-
knight, Professor Tholuck, and Professor Mo-
ses Stuart. 3d ed. [Vol. ii., 2d ed.]

London, 1838, 39. 8

New edition. Edin., 1842. 8

Another copy.

Eighth edition. Edin., 1859. 8

Desecration of the Sabbath. Part ii.

Edin., 1842. 12

* Memoirs of the lives of R. H., and of his
brother, James Alexander HALDANE. By Alex-
ander Haldane. London, 1852. 8

- Third edition. London, 1853. 8

HALE (Sir MATTHEW), Lord Chief Justice of the
court of King's Bench. The works moral and
religious of Sir M. H. The whole now first
collected and revised. To which are prefixed
his life and death by Bishop Burnet, and an
appendix to the life. By the Rev. T. Thir-
wall, M.A. 2 vol. London, 1805. 8

Another copy.

The primitive origination of mankind, consi-
dered and examined according to the light of
nature. London, 1677. fol.

Several tracts written by Sir M, H., viz. I. A



HALE HALL.



discourse of religion on three heads... II. A
treatise touching provision for the poor. III. A
letter to his children, advising them how to
behave themselves in their speech. IV. A let-
ter to one of his sons, after his recovery from
the small-pox. London, 1684. 8

- Contemplations moral and divine. To which
is prefixed, an account of his life and death,
by Gilbert Burnet, D.D. 2 vol.

Glasgow, 1763. 12

Another copy.

- Fifth edition. 2 vol. London, 1792. 12

On the knowledge of Christ crucified, and other
divine contemplations. With an introductory
essay by the Rev. David Young.

Glasgow, 1828. 12

- * The life and death of Sir M. H. By Gilbert
BURNET. London, 1682. 8

HALE (WILLIAM). Considerations on the causes
and the prevalence of female prostitution ; and
on the most practicable and efficient means of
abating and preventing that, and all other
crimes, against the virtue and safety of the
community. London, 1812. 8

HALE (WILLIAM HALE), M. A., Archdeacon of
London. The history of the Jews, from the
time of Alexander the Great to the destruction
of Jerusalem by Titus, A.M. 3595, B.C. 409, to
A.D. 70. [Encyclopaedia Metropolitana, 2ded.]
London, 1850. 8

HALES (JOHN), M.A., Canon of Windsor. The
works of the ever memorable J. H. of Eton.
3 vol. Glasgow, 1765. 8

Another copy.

A tract concerning schisme and schismatiques,
wherein is briefly discovered the originall
causes of all schisrne. London, 1642. 4

- Golden remains. Second impression. With
additions from the author's own copy, viz.
Sermons and miscellanies. Also, Letters and
expresses concerning the Synod of Dort, not
before printed. London, 1673. 4

- Fourth edition. London, 1711. 8

- Historia concilii Dordraceni. J. L. Moshe-
mius ex Anglico sermone Latine vertit, variis
observationibus et vita Halesii auxit. Accedit
ejusdem de autoritate concilii Dordraceni paci
sacra? noxia consultatio.

Hamburgi, 1724. 8

- A tract concerning the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper ; [with A defence of the plain account
of the nature and end of the sacrament of the
LORD'S SUPPER]. 1735

HALES (WILLIAM), D.D., Rector of Kilksandra.
Dissertations on the principal prophecies :
representing the divine and the human charac-
ter of our Lord Jesus Christ. 2d ed.

London, 1808. 8

- A new analysis of chronology and geography,
history and prophecy ; in which their elements
are attempted to be explained, harmonized and
vindicated, upon scriptural and scientific prin-
ciples ; tending to remove the imperfection
and discordance of preceding systems, and to
obviate the cavils of sceptics, Jews, and infi-
dels. 2d ed. 4 vol. London, 1830. 8



HALESIUS (ALEXANDER). (See ALEXANDER de
Ales.

HALESIUS (JOANNES). -See John HALES.

HALHED (NATHANIEL BRASSEY), M. P. Testi-
mony of the authenticity of the prophecy of
Richard Brothers, and of his mission to recall
the Jews. 2d-ed. London, 1795. 8

A calculation on the commencement of the
millennium, and a short reply to Dr Home's
pamphlet, entituled, ' ' Sound argument, dictat-
ed by common sense." Together with cursory
observations on the " Age of credulity." To
which is added, an original letter from Mr
Brothers, to Philip Stevens, Esq. with his an-
swer. A paper is subjoined, pointing out those
parts of Mr Brothers's prophecies that have
been already fulfilled. London, 1795. 8

HALIFAX, MARQUIS OF. See George SAVILE.

HALKERSTON (PETER), LL.D. A translation
and explanation of the principal technical
terms and phrases used in Mr Erskine's Insti-
tute of the law of Scotland.

Edin., 1820. 8

HALL (ARCHIBALD). An humble attempt to ex-
hibit a scriptural view of the constitution, or-
der, discipline, and fellowship of the Gospel-
Church. With an appendix, containing a few
remarks on the case of James Smith, late mi-
nister at Newburn, and of Robert Ferrier, late
minister at Largo. Edin. , 1769. 12 3

Second edition. London, 1795. 8

Gospel- worship. Being an attempt to exhibit
a scriptural view of the nature, obligations,
manner, and ordinances, of the worship of
God, in the New Testament. 2 vol.

Edin., 1770. 12

Another copy.

HALL (CHARLES), D.D., Rector of Backing. Na-
tional humiliation peculiarly seasonable in
times of national success. A sermon [on Job,
i. 5] preached before the Hon. House of Com-
mons, March 14th, 1760. London, 1760. 4

HALL (CHARLES), M.D. The effects of civiliza-
tion on the people in European states. Ori-
ginally printed in 1805. [Phoenix Lib.]

London, 1850. 12

HALL (CHARLES HENRY), D.D., Dean of Dur-
ham. Sermons preached before the Univer-
sity of Oxford in the year 1798, at the lecture
founded by the Rev. John Bampton, M.A.

Oxford, 1799. 8

HALL (GORDON). The conversion of the world :
or, the claims of six- hundred millions of hea-
then, and the ability and duty of the Churches
respecting them. By G. H. and Samuel
NEWELL. London, s. a. 12

HALL (HENRY), Viscount Gage. The question
of marriage with the sister of a deceased wife,
earnestly submitted to those whom it may con-
cern, socially or politically.

London, I860. 12

HALL (JAMES), M.A. Comfort to the Christian,
under all the troubles of life. A sermon
preached April 12, 1789. 3d ed.

Aberdeen, 1789. 8

HALL (JAMES). Geology of New York. Part

44



Stf



HALL- HALL.



iv., comprising the survey of the f>un
logical district. [Natural history of New
partiv.J A llm nil, 1843. 4 U

Palteontology of New York. Vol. i. '
taining descriptions of the organic remains of
the lower division of the New- York ts\
(equivalent of the lowir Silurian rocks
rope). [Natural history of New- York, part \ i. ]

All,a)iii, 1847. 4

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