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Drew University Library 19th Century Collection

Unitarian Pamphlet Collection

Unitarian Tracts Sorted by Author and Title
Unitarian Tracts Sorted by Series and Number

Finding List

This comprehensive finding list includes Drew's holdings of the individual tracts published by the American Unitarian Association and provides their series and tract number. There are separate lists of the tracts by author and by number and series. The tracts are shelved separately (19 CENT BX9813 .A5)

The Unitarianism collection also contains the following serials, cataloged and shelved separately. Most have some gaps in coverage.

  • Anniversary of the American Unitarian Association. 1870-1897 (19 CENT BX9803 .A5)
  • Annual report of the American Unitarian Association. 1898-1908 (19 CENT BX9803 .A5)
  • Annual report of the Executive Committee of the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches. 1846-1847; 1853; 1857-1868; 1871; 1882; 1885 (19 CENT BX9803 .B5)

  • Annual report of the Sunday School Society. 1833-1834; 1839; 1845; 1852 (19 CENT BX9818 .S86)

  • Reports of the American Unitarian Association. 7th (1832)–28th (1853) (19 CENT BX9803 .A5)
  • Manual [of the] National Alliance of Unitarian and Other Liberal Christian Women, 1894-1896 (19 CENT BX9803 .A4)
  • Report of the ... meeting of the National Conference of Unitarian and Other Christian Churches. 1868-1878 (19 CENT BX9805 .N2)
  • Official report of the ... proceedings of the meeting of the National Conference of Unitarian and Other Christian Churches. 1884-1897 (19 CENT BX9805 .N2)
  • The Unitarian annual register, for the year 1846. (19 CENT BX9811 .U5)
  • The Unitarian Congregational register. 1848-1855 (19 CENT BX9811 .U5)
  • The Year-book of the Unitarian Congregational churches. 1856-1898, (19 CENT BX9811 .U5)
  • Unitarian year book. 1900-1931 (19 CENT BX9811 .U5)

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Part 1: Unitarian History and Works

 

 

Tract no.

Coll. no.

Acton, Henry.
Religious Opinions and Example of Milton, Locke, and Newton.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 77.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  40 p.

Ser. 1 No. 077

 

Alger, William R.
Nature, Grounds, and Uses of Faith. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 278. Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, n.d.  30 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 1 No. 278

 

Allen, Charles A.
The Christian Enthusiasm.  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1888.  24 p.

 

1

Allen, Charles A.
Lessons in Religion for the Older Classes in Sunday Schools.  Lessons I-IV for September, 1892. Boston: Unitarian Sunday-School Society, 1892.  11 p.

 

2

Allen, Joseph Henry.
The Present Aspect of the Liberal Movement, an Essay … Read at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Moral and Spiritual Education, Connected with the Second Unitarian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., Sunday Evening, May 30, 1886, with an Abstract of the Proceedings of the Meeting. Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, printer, 1886.  25 p.

 

3

American Unitarian Association. Sunday-School Society. Ladies' Commission.
A Catalogue of Books for Sunday-School Libraries, and of Books of Reference for Sunday-School Teachers. New ed., rev. and enl.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1871.  64, 16 p.

 

4

American Unitarian Association.
Publications of the American Unitarian Association, 7 Tremont Place, Boston, Mass.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  16 p.

 

5

American Unitarian Association. Sunday-School Society. Ladies' Commission.
Supplement to a Catalogue of Books for Sunday-School Libraries. Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1874.  19 p.

 

6

Ames, Charles G.
Christianity and Unitarianism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 96.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  18 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 096

 

Ames, Charles G.
Will Mankind Outgrow Religion?  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 84.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  18 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 084

 

The Apostle Paul a Unitarian.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 19.  Boston: Printed
for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  35 p.

Ser. 1 No. 019

 

The Apostle Peter a Unitarian.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 55.  Boston: Printed
for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  23 p.

Ser. 1 No. 055

 

Atkinson, Edward.
Religion and Life.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 73.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  18 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 073

 

Barbauld, Mrs.
A Discourse on Being Born Again.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 13.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.  12 p.

Ser. 1 No. 013

 

Barber, Henry H.
Sunday-School and Congregation.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 40.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  19 p.

Ser. 4 No. 040

 

[Barnard, Charles F.]
Mr. Barnard's First Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 76. Boston: Charles Bowen, 1833. 16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 076

 

[Barnard, Charles F.]
Mr. Barnard's Second Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 83. Boston: Charles Bowen, 1834. 16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 083

 

Barnard, Thomas.
A Sermon, Delivered June 7th, 1809, at the Ordination of the Rev. Ichabod Nichols, as Colleague Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Portland. Portland: M'Kown, 1809.  23 p.

 

7

Barnard, Thomas.
A Sermon, Delivered Before the Congregational Ministers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at Their Annual Convention in Boston, May 30, 1793.  Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1793.  23 p.  2 copies.

 

8

Barrett, Samuel.
Apologies for Indifference to Religion and Its Institutions Examined.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 90.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 090

 

Barrett, Samuel.
The Doctrine of Religious Experience, Explained and Enforced. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 28. Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1829.  24 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 028

 

Barrows, Samuel J.
The Laymen's League. [Unitarian Tracts], 7th series, no. 12.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  5 p.

Ser. 7 No. 012

 

Bartol, C. A.
Jesus and His Critics.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 19.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  12 p.

Ser. 4 No. 019

 

Bartol, C. A.
The Key of the Kingdom. An Address Before the Ministerial Conference in Bedford Street, Boston. Reprinted from the Monthly Religious Magazine. Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1859. 24 p.

 

9

Bartol, C. A.
The Voice of Twenty Years: a Discourse Preached in the West Church on the First Day of March, Being the Twentieth Anniversary of His Ordination. Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son, 1857.  19 p.

 

10

Batchelor, George.
Religion Its Own Evidence.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 62. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  23 p.
 

Ser. 4 No. 062

 

Batchelor, George.
Unitarianism: Religion with Liberty. [Unitarian Tracts], 8th series, no. 10. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  7 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 8 No. 010

 

Beach, Seth C.
Experiencing Religion.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 97.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  11 p.

Ser. 4 No. 097

 

Beane, Samuel Collins.
The Spirit Greater Than the Temple; the Annual Sermon Delivered in the South Congregational Church, Boston, Before the Massachusetts Convention of Congregational Ministers, June 1, 1893.  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1894.  19 p.  2 copies.

 

11

Belden, Mrs. D. D.
The World's Need of Unitarianism; a Paper Read Before the Woman's Alliance of Unit Church, Denver, Colorado, October 15, 1896. Denver, Col.: Ladies of Unity Church, 1896. 14 p.

 

12

Belknap, Jeremy.
A Sermon, Delivered Before the Convention of the Clergy of Massachusetts, in Boston, May 26, 1796.  Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1796.  29 p.  4 copies.

 

13

Belknap, Jeremy.
A Sermon, Delivered on the 9th of May, 1798, the Day of the National Fast, Recommended by the President of the United States. Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1798. 29 p.  2 copies.

 

14

Belknap, Jeremy.
A Sermon, Preached at the Installation of the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, A.M. to the Pastoral Care of the Church and Congregation in Charlestown, on the 30th of April, 1789. Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1789.  32 p.

 

15

Bellows, Henry W.
Orthodoxy and Liberal Christianity Compared and Contrasted.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 14.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  15 p.

Ser. 4 No. 014

 

Bellows, Henry W.
Religious Liberty. The Alleged Failure of Protestantism: a Sermon Preached in the Unitarian Church at Washington, on Washington's Birth-day, February 22, 1852. Washington: 1852. 15 p.

 

16

Bellows, Henry W.
Sermon Preached November 26, 1843, at the Ordination of Mr. Dexter Clapp, Over the Unitarian Church at Savannah, Ga.  New York: Charles S. Francis and Co., 1844. 24 p.  2 copies.

 

17

Bixby, James T.
Our Beliefs: and Some of the Reasons for Them. [Unitarian Tracts], no. 116.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  16 p.

No. 116

 

Blake, James Vila.
The Undertone of Life. Fortnightly Sermon, vol. 2, no. 13 (Feb. 1, 1891). Chicago: Third Church Publishing Committee, 1891.  p. 171-185.
 

 

18

Blanchard, Henry.
Christianity and Unitarianism. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 29. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  11 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 029

 

Bowie, A. Copeland.
Unitarian Churches in Great Britain and Ireland. London, [1905]. 31 p. [Köhler 7147a]

 

19

Brazer, John.
The Efficacy of Prayer.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 88.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 088

 

Brazer, John.
The Power of Unitarianism Over the Affections. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 27. Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1829.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 027

 

Brigham, C. H.
Unitarian Principles and Doctrines. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 17. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  27 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 017

 

British and Foreign Unitarian Association.
A Farewell Soirée to Baboo Keshub Chunder Sen, in the Hanover Square Rooms, London, September 12th, 1870, on the Invitation of the Committee of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association. London: Woodfall and Kinder, Printers, 1870. 20 p.

 

20

Brooke, Stopford A.
What Think Ye of Christ? A Sermon Preached at the Annual Meeting of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, Unity Church, London, June 4, 1884.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 47. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  3 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 047

 

Brooks, Arthur A.
The History of Unitarianism in the Southern Churches: Charleston, New Orleans, Louisville, Richmond. [Unitarian Tracts], no. 226. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  25 p.

No. 226

 

Brown, Howard N.
The Real Jesus.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 79.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  14 p.

Ser. 4 No. 079

 

Brown, Howard N.
Sermons in King's Chapel: The Pattern Life. Redemption. The Great Problem. No. 2.  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, printer, 1898. 26 p.

 

21

Brundage, William Milton.
Do Unitarians Reject the Bible? Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 8 (Oct. 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 13 p. 

 

22

Brundage, William Milton.
The Forward Movement of Unitarianism. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 9 (Nov. 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 11 p.

 

23

Brundage, William Milton.
How Jesus Came to be Worshipped as God. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 2 (Feb. 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 14 p.

 

24

Brundage, William Milton.
Is the Ethical Teaching of Jesus Practicable? Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 2, no. 3 (March 1898). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1898. 12 p.

 

25

Brundage, William Milton.
Jesus' Treatment of the Fallen. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 2, no. 2 (Feb. 1898). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1898. 12 p.

 

26

Brundage, William Milton.
The Only Way of Salvation. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 4 (April 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 14 p. 2 copies.

 

27

Brundage, William Milton.
The Place of Jesus in Universal Religion. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 3 (March 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 13 p.

 

28

Brundage, William Milton.
The Real Jesus of History. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 11 p. 

 

29

Brundage, William Milton.
Some Things for Which the Unitarian Church Stands: Sermons Preached…. Albany, N.Y.: Alliance of the First Unitarian Church, 1895.  55 p.

 

30

Brundage, William Milton.
Who is the Real Infidel? Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 1, no. 5 (May 1897). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1897. 11 p.

 

31

Brundage, William Milton.
Why We Can Not Believe in an Eternal Hell. Liberal Sermons From an Albany Pulpit, vol. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1898). Albany: Post Office Mission Committee of the First Unitarian Society of Albany, N.Y., 1898. 12 p.

 

32

Buckminster, Joseph S.
A Sermon Preached at the Church in Brattle Street, Boston, December 18th, 1808, the Lord's Day after the Publick Funeral of his Excellency James Sullivan, Governour of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston: J. Belcher, Printer, 1809.  41 p.

 

33

Bulfinch, S. G.
An Argument from Scripture History Against the Trinity.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 104.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1836.  14 p.

Ser. 1 No. 104

 

Bulfinch, S. G.
Romanism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 264.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1849.  23 p.

Ser. 1 No. 264

 

Burnap, George W.
Charges of Unbelief.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 250.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1848.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 250

 

Burnap, George W.
The Position of Unitarianism Defined: a Discourse Delivered at the Re-opening of the First Independent Church of Baltimore, on Sunday, January 23, 1848. Baltimore: Printed by John D. Toy, 1848. 31 p. 2 copies.

 

34

Burton, Warren.
My Religious Experience at My Native Home.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 65.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 065

 

Butler, P. E.
The Essential Passages of a Letter, Addressed … to the Unitarians of Ipswich, England, on the Occasion of the Rev. Joseph Ketley's Renunciation of Unitarianism. Boston: James B. Dow, 1842. 24 p.

 

35

Calthrop, Samuel R.
God.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 68. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  20 p.  3 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 068

 

Carpenter, Lant.
The Beneficial Tendency of Unitarianism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 43.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1830.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 043

 

Carpenter, Lant.
The Scriptural Doctrine of Redemption by Christ Jesus.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 52.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  12 p.

Ser. 1 No. 052

 

Causes of the Progress of Liberal Christianity in New England.  [Unitarian Tracts,
1st series], no. 9.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 009

 

Chadwick, John W.
The Great Salvation: a Sermon. 1875-76, November. New York: Charles P. Somerby, 1875.  23 p.

 

36

Chadwick, John W.
Henry W. Bellows: His Life and Character.  New York: S. W. Green's Son, 1882. 32 p.

 

37

Chadwick, John W.
Historical Discourse… Sunday, April Fourteenth, Nineteen Hundred and One, with Other Services in Recognition of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Meeting of the Second Unitarian Society, Brooklyn, New York. New York: Printed by William Green, 1901.  62 p.

 

38

Chadwick, John W.
Immortal Hope. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 42. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  21 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 042

 

Chadwick, John W.
The Living God: a Poem … Read at a Commemoration by the Western Unitarian Conference of the 50th Anniversary of Emerson's Divinity School Address, which was Delivered in Cambridge, July 15, 1838. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co., 1888. 7 p.

 

39

Chadwick, John W.
The Punishment of Sin.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 99.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  15 p.

Ser. 4 No. 099

 

Chadwick, John W.
A Revival of Religion, a Sermon … Preached Sunday Morning, October 31st, 1875. Brooklyn: Daily Eagle Print., 1875. 24 p.

 

40

Chadwick, John W.
The Unitarian Church in England and America. Tracts for the Times, vol. 2, no. 13. London: British and Foreign Unitarian Association, 1893. 24 p.  [Köhler 7150]

 

41

Chaffin, William L.
Popular Objections to Unitarianism Considered.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 39. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 039

 

Channing, William Henry.
The Gospel of To-day: a Discourse Delivered at the Ordination of T. W. Higginson, as Minister of the First Religious Society in Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 15, 1847 … Together with The Charge, Right Hand of Fellowship, and Address to the People. Boston: Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1847. 63 p.

 

42

Claims of the Gospel on Unitarian Christians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 75.
Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 075

 

Clark, Lyman.
Civil and Religious History of Andover Center, N. H. Haverhill, Mass.: C. C. Morse, 1901. 18 p.

 

43

Clarke, James Freeman.
The Bible.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 80.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  18 p.

Ser. 4 No. 080

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
Christ and His Antichrists. Sermons of James Freeman Clarke. Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1891. 28 p.

 

44

Clarke, James Freeman.
Church-Going:  Past, Present, and Future.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 53.  11 p.

Ser. 4 No. 053

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
False Witnesses Answered.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 97.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1835.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 097

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
Has Unitarianism Done Its Work? A Sermon Preached to the Church of the Disciples, Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 34. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 034

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
Inspiration of the New Testament.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  41 p.

 

45

Clarke, James Freeman.
Orthodox Views of the Atonement Examined, with Especial Reference to Some Recent Statements of Rev. Joseph Cook.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 23.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  26 p.

Ser. 4 No. 023

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
Revivals, Natural and Artificial.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 16.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  16 p.

Ser. 4 No. 016

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
Unitarian Belief: XII. The Brotherhood of Man. Sermons of James Freeman Clarke.  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1892. 13 p.

 

46

Clarke, James Freeman.
Unitarian Belief: VI. The Unitarian Belief in Regard to Vicarious Sacrifice as the Central Idea in Christianity. Sermons of James Freeman Clarke.  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1891.  15 p.

 

47

Clarke, James Freeman.
The Unitarian Reform.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 138.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1839.  15 p.

Ser. 1 No. 138

 

Clarke, James Freeman.
Why am I a Unitarian? [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 28.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  22 p.  3 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 028

 

Clarke, John.
An Answer to the Question, Why are You a Christian?  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 51.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  34 p.

Ser. 1 No. 051

 

Collyer, Robert.
Worship.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 31. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 031

 

Colton, G. Q.
A Layman's Letter to a Friend, by a Member of the Church of the Messiah, New York.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 41. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  15 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 041

 

Colton, G. Q.
A Layman's Letter to a Friend, by a Member of the Church of the Messiah. 2d ed.  New York, 1881.  12 p.

 

48

Connor, Rowland.
An Open Letter to All Unitarian Ministers. East Saginaw, Mich.: Evening News Printing and Binding House, 1885.  16 p.

 

49

Conway, Moncure D.
The Old and the New: a Sermon Containing the History of the First Unitarian Church in Washington City. Washington, D. C.: Buell and Blanchard, printers, 1855.  15 p.

 

50

Conway, Moncure D.
A Discourse Delivered in the Unitarian Church, Washington City, on Sunday, September 16, 1855, in Behalf of the Norfolk and Portsmouth Sufferers.  Washington, D. C.: Taylor & Maury, 1855. 20 p.

 

51

Cordner, John.
The Philosophic Origin and Historic Progress of the Doctrine of the Trinity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 276.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, n. d.  34 p.

Ser. 1 No. 276

 

Cowdin, Elliot C.
Christian Progress: an Address … at the Unitarian Festival in Music Hall, Boston, May 28th, 1874.  N.p., 1874.  12 p.

 

52

Craig, Austin.
The Gospel of Luke the Apostles' Creed.  Reprinted from the Christian Inquirer. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 266. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, n.d.  27 p.

Ser. 1 No. 266

 

Cressey, George Croswell.
Rational Spirituality.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 59.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  11 p.

Ser. 4 No. 059

 

Crooker, Joseph Henry.
Different New Testament Views of Jesus. Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1891.  80 p. 

 

53

Crooker, Joseph Henry.
The Unitarian Church, a Statement. [Unitarian Tracts], no. 2. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  64 p.

No. 002

 

Crooker, Joseph Henry.
The Unitarian Church: Its History and Characteristics, a Statement. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  64 p.

 

54

Crooker, Joseph Henry.
Unitarians as Congregationalists, with some Reference to the Issue in the West.  Madison, Wis.: David Atwood, 1886.  21 p.

 

55

Crothers, Samuel M.
The Faith of a Free Church.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 98.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  39 p.

Ser. 4 No. 098

 

Crothers, Samuel M.
The Unitarian Attitude Toward Theology. [Unitarian Tracts], 8th series, no. 4. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  7 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 8 No. 004

 

Davis, Horace.
The Patriotic Services of Thomas Staff King, an Address. San Francisco: n.p., 1899. 10 p.

 

56

Day, John W.
Unitarianism as a Religion for Every Day. [Unitarian Tracts], 8th series, no. 11.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  7 p.
 

Ser. 8 No. 011

 

Dendy, John.
Unitarian Christianity and Citizenship.  Unitarian Tracts, new series, no. 21. London: British and Foreign Unitarian Association, n.d.  14 p. [Köhler 7155]

 

57

Dewey, Orville.
Anniversary Address before the American Unitarian Association.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 252.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1848.  25 p.

Ser. 1 No. 252

 

Dewey, Orville.
A Brief Statement and Explanation of the Unitarian Belief. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 96.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1835.  24 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 096

 

Dewey, Orville.
On Erroneous Views of Death.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 70.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 070

 

Dewey, Orville.
On Experimental Religion. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 183. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1842.  14 p.

Ser. 1 No. 183

 

Dewey, Orville.
On Profession of Religion.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 109.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1836.  42 p.

Ser. 1 No. 109

 

Dewey, Orville.
Remarks on the Sacred Scriptures, and on Belief and Unbelief.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 142.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1839.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 142

 

Dewey, Orville.
The Unitarian's Answer.  3d ed.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series, no. 7].  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  47 p.

Ser. 1 No. 007

 

A Dialog between a Christian and a Deist.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 23.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1829.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 023

 

A Dialog on Some of the Causes of Infidelity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 21.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 021

 

A Dialogue on Providence, Faith, and Prayer.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 12.
Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 012

 

The Divine Authority of the Christian Revelation Acknowledged.  [Unitarian Tracts],
1st series, no. 25.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1829.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 025

 

Divine Revelation Advocated and Illustrated.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no.
24.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1829.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 024

 

The Divinity of Jesus Christ. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 34. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 28 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 034

 

The Doctrines of the Trinity and Transubstantiation Compared.  [Unitarian Tracts],
1st series, no. 69.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  12 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 1 No. 069

 

Dole, Charles F.
The Doctrine of Prayer.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 43.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  22 p.

Ser. 4 No. 043

 

Dole, Charles F.
Mighty Contrasts of Life. For the Perplexed and the Questioning. [Unitarian Tracts], 5th series, no. 31. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d. 16 p.

Ser. 5 No. 031

 

Dole, Charles F.
Two Stories of the King. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 22. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  12 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 022

 

Dole, Charles F.
What the World Wants of Us.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 87.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  12 p.

Ser. 4 No. 087

 

Eddowes, R.
The Unity of God, and the Worship That Is Due to Him Alone: a Discourse Delivered at the Opening of the Church Erected by the First Society of Unitarian Christians in the City of Philadelphia, on the 14th February, 1813. Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1813.  39 p.

 

58

Eddy, Samuel.
Reasons Offered by Samuel Eddy, Ll.D., Late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of R. Island, for his Opinions to the First Baptist Church in Providence, from Which He Was Compelled to Withdraw for Heterodoxy. 6th ed.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 164. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1841.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 164

 

The Eighth Report of the American Unitarian Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, May 28, 1833. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 73. Boston: Charles Bowen, 1833. 56 p.

Ser. 1 No. 073

 

The Eleventh Report of the American Unitarian Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, May 24, 1836. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 107. Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1836. 63 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 107

 

Eliot, Thomas L.
Is Not This Joseph's Son?  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 77.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  9 p.

Ser. 4 No. 077

 

Eliot, Thomas L.
The Radical Difference between Liberal Christianity and Orthodoxy.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 94.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  12 p.

Ser. 4 No. 094

 

Eliot, William G.
Christ, the Son of God; and Christ, the Son of Man.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 2.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  28 p.

Ser. 4 No. 002

 

Eliot, William G.
Religious and Moral Wants of the West.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 117.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 117

 

Eliot, William G.
Argument from History.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 291.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Crosby, Nichols, and Company, n.d.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 291

 

Eliot, William G., Jr.
Retribution.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 295. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Crosby, Nichols, and Co., n.d.  p. 141-150.
 

Ser. 1 No. 295

 

Ellis, George E.
Discourse Delivered in Harvard Church, Charlestown, on Sunday, March 12, 1865, on the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of his Ordination … with a Historical Note. Charlestown: Abram E. Cutter, 1865. 43 p.

 

59

Ellis, George E.
The Nature of Jesus Christ a Mystery: a Sermon Preached in Harvard Church, Charlestown, May 6, 1855.  Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Co., 1855. 29 p.

 

60

Ellis, George E.
Repentance, the Condition of Forgiveness. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 275. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, n.d.  24 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 275

 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo.
An Address … Delivered Before the Senior Class in Divinity College, Cambridge, Sunday Evening, July 15, 1838. Unity Mission, no. 8. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co., 1838. 11 p.  2 copies.

 

61

Emerson, Ralph Waldo.
Passages from His Writings, Selected by W. C. Gannett. Unity Mission, no. 20. Chicago: Unity Office, n.d.  30 p.

 

62

Emmons, Henry.
A Sermon Preached in the Unitarian Church, Vernon, N.Y., May 27, 1844, at the Funeral of Abraham Van Eps. Utica: John F. Kittle, Printer, 1844.  15 p.

 

63

The Episcopal Church.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 9.  Boston:  American
Unitarian Association.  16 p.

Ser. 4 No. 009

 

Everett, Charles C.
The Faith of Charity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 92.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  15 p.

Ser. 4 No. 092

 

Everett, Charles C.
Human Nature Not Ruined, but Incomplete.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 3.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  11 p.

Ser. 4 No. 003

 

Everett, Charles C.
The Theology of Unitarians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 101.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association. 22 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 101

 

Everett, Oliver C.
Ministry at Large: Sixth Semi-Annual Report of the Ministry at Large, with the Report of the Edgeworth Chapel Sunday School in Charlestown.  Boston: William Chadwick, printer, 1851. 24 p.

 

64

Excuses for the Neglect of the Communion Considered.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series,
no. 22.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1829.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 022

 

The Faith Once Delivered to the Saints. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian
Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1825.  24 p.

 

65

The Faith Once Delivered to the Saints, 2d_._ ed.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series, no. 1].
Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 001

 

[Farley, Frederick A.]
An Explanation of the Words, 'By Nature Children of Wrath'; Found in Ephesians II.3.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 44.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  12 p.

Ser. 1 No. 044

 

Fenn, William W.
The Bible in Theology.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 85.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  24 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 085

 

Ferencz, Bishop, comp.
A Short Account of the Unitarian Church of Hungary. Budapest: Jókao Printing-Office, 1907.  39 p.  2 copies.  [Köhler 7156]

 

66

Field, Joseph.
On Zeal.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 57.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  19 p.

Ser. 1 No. 057

 

Foote, Henry Wilder.
The Bible in the Light of Modern Thought. [Unitarian Tracts], no. 208.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  16 p.

No. 208

 

Fox, W. J.
The History of Christ, a Testimony that the Father is the Only God and Sole Object of Adoration.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 116.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 116

 

Fox, W. J.
The Practical Importance of the Unitarian Controversy.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 67.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 067

 

Francis, Convers.
The Christian Change Described by the Apostle Peter.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 63.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 063

 

Francis, Convers.
Christianity as a Purely Internal Principle.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 105.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1836.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 105

 

Frothingham, Octavius B.
The Great Hope: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 1, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  26 p.

 

67

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Interests Material and Spiritual: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 7, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  24 p.
 

 

68

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Irreverence: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 19, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1876.  26 p.
 

 

69

Frothingham, Octavius B.
The Living God: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 9, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  26 p.
 

 

70

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Moral Narcotics a Sermon.  New Series, no. 22, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1876.  25 p.
 

 

71

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Paying Debts: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 6, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  24 p.

 

72

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Pharisees: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 4, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  25 p.

 

73

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Reasonable Religion: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 2, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  27 p.
 

 

74

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Thoughts About God: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 11, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1875.  27 p.
 

 

75

Frothingham, Octavius B.
The Three Pentecosts: a Sermon.  New Series, no. 44; vol. 4, no. 8. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1877.  p. 171-191.
 

 

76

Frothingham, Octavius B.
The Unisons of the Liberal Faith: a Discourse. New York: David G. Francis, 1865. 24 p.

 

77

Frothingham, Octavius B.
Visions of Heaven. N.p., n.d. 21 p.

 

78

Furness, William H.
A Brief Statement of the Christian View of the Atonement.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 221.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1845.  14 p.

Ser. 1 No. 221

 

Furness, William H.
The Genius of Christianity. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 35. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 24 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 035

 

Furness, William H.
The Kingdom of Heaven: a Sermon Preached at the Installation of Rev. John T. Sargent, as Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Somerville, Mass., Wednesday, February 18, 1846 … with the Charge, Right Hand of Fellowship, and Address to the People. Somerville: Edmund Tufts, 1846. 46 p.

 

79

Gannett, Ezra Stiles.
Atonement. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 149.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1839. 30 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 149

 

Gannett, Ezra Stiles.
Christian Unitarianism Not a Negative System.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 94.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1835.  26 p.

Ser. 1 No. 094

 

Gannett, Ezra Stiles.
A Comparison of the Good and the Evil of Revivals.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 50.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 050

 

Gannett, Ezra Stiles.
The Faith of the Unitarian Christian Explained, Justified, and Distinguished: a Discourse Delivered at the Dedication of the Unitarian Church, Montreal, on Sunday, May 11, 1845. Boston: Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1845.  40 p.

 

80

Gannett, Ezra Stiles.
The Object, Subjects, and Methods of the Ministry at Large. A Discourse Delivered Before the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, in the Federal Street Meeting-House, April 9, 1848.  Boston: Printed by John Wilson, 1848. 36 p.

 

81

Gannett, Ezra Stiles.
Unitarian Christianity Suited to Make Men Holy: a Discourse Delivered at the Ordination of Rev. Artemas B. Muzzey, as Pastor of the First Church and Society in Framingham, June 10, 1830.  Liverpool: Printed and Sold by F. B. Wright, 1831.  39 p.

 

82

Gannett, William C.
Blessed be Drudgery!  [Unitarian Tracts], no. 144.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  19 p.

No. 144

 

Gannett, William C.
Incarnation.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 103.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  20 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 103

 

Gannett, William C.
The Three Stages of a Bible's Life. Unity Mission, no. 40. Chicago: Unity Office, n.d.  18 p.

 

83

Gannett, William C.
Wrestling and Blessing.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 44. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  19 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 044

 

Geikie, John C.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, His Writings and Opinions: a Lecture. Our New Religions_._ Toronto: John C. Geikie, 1859. 28 p.

 

84

Gilman, Samuel.
Unitarian Christianity Free from Objectionable Extremes. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 29. Boston: gray and Bowen, 1829. 24 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 29

 

Goodwin, E. S.
Some Scriptural Readings, Compared with Some Unscriptural Sayings.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 68.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 068

 

Green, James D.
Virtue, Not Happiness, the End of Man's Creation.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 114.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  15 p.

Ser. 1 No. 114

 

Greenwood, F. W. P.
On the New Testament Conformed to Griesbach's Text. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 30. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1829. 24 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 030

 

Greenwood, F. W. P.
The Promise of Jesus to the Pure in Heart.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 93.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1835.  11 p.

Ser. 1 No. 093

 

Greenwood, F. W. P.
Remarks on a Popular Error respecting the Lord's Supper.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 10.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  12 p.

Ser. 1 No. 010

 

Greenwood, F. W. P.
The Theology of the Cambridge Divinity School. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 32. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 20 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 032

 

Hale, Edward Everett.
The Duty of the Church in Cities.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 57.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  18 p.

Ser. 4 No. 057

 

Hale, Edward Everett.
Real Christianity. [Unitarian Tracts], no. 207.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d. 11 p.

No. 207

 

Hale, Edward Everett.
The Unitarian Principles. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 51. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 051

 

Hale, Edward Everett.
The Unitarians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 91.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  20 p.

Ser. 4 No. 091

 

Hall, Edward B.
On the Atonement.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 140.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1839.  56 p.

Ser. 1 No. 140

 

Hall, Edward B.
The Scriptural Doctrine of Good Works. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 111.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1836.  22 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 111

 

Hall, Edward B.
The Spirit of Truth: a Discourse Delivered at the Dedication of the New Divinity Hall of the Meadville Theological School (Meadville, Pa.), June 28, 1854.  N.p.: Western Unitarian Conference, 1854. 43 p.

 

85

Hall, Edward B.
What is it to be a Unitarian?  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 59.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 059

 

Hargrove, Charles.
What do Unitarians Believe? Unitarian Tracts, new series, no. 19.  London: British and Foreign Unitarian Association, n.d.  8 p. [Köhler 7159]

 

86

Harrington, Henry F.
The Responsibleness of American Citizenship: a Sermon Preached on Occasion of the "Anti-Rend" Disturbances, Sunday, December 22, 1844. Albany: Weare C. Little, 1845. 23 p.

 

87

Harrison, J. B.
A Word to the Thoughtful. [Unitarian Tracts], 5th series, no. 9.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  7 p.

Ser. 5 No. 009

 

Hedge, F. H.
The Atonement in connection with the Death of Christ.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 4.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  12 p.

Ser. 4 No. 004

 

Hedge, F. H.
The Sick Woman: a Sermon for the Time. Boston: Prentiss & Deland, Printers, 1863.  16 p.

 

88

Hepworth, George H.
_Christ and His Church: Two Sermons Delivered in the Church of the Messiah Previous to His Withdrawal from the Unitarian Denomination.  _New York: D. Appleton, 1872. 43 p.

 

89

Herford, Brooke.
A Brief Account of Unitarianism. New ed.  London: British and Foreign Unitarian Association, 1903.  24 p.  [Köhler 7160]

 

90

Herford, Brooke.
Christianity as Christ Preached It.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 48. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 048

 

Herford, Brooke.
The Day of Judgment. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 27. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  13 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 027

 

Herford, Brooke.
The Main Lines of Religion as Held by Unitarians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 46. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  15 p.  3 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 046

 

Herford, Brooke.
Main Lines of Unitarianism.  Unitarian Tracts, new series, no. 18.
London: British and Foreign Unitarian Association, n.d.  22 p. [Köhler 7161a]

 

91

Herford, Brooke.
Main Lines of Unitarianism.  Tracts for the Times, no. 20.  London: Philip Green, 1902.  10 p.  [Köhler 7161]

 

92

Herford, Brooke.
The Mind of Christ. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 70. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  12 p.
 

Ser. 4 No. 070

 

Herford, Brooke.
Revival Extravagance Caused by Respectable Indifference.  A Sermon Preached in the Church of the Messiah, at Chicago, by Rev. Brooke Herford, during the Revival Meetings of Messrs. Moody and Sankey.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 18.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  15 p.

Ser. 4 No. 018

 

Herford, Brooke.
What is Left after the Questionings of our Time?  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 54. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  22 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 054

 

Holland, F. W.
Trinitarian Admissions:  Mostly from John Wilson's Large Work; All the Extracts being in the Exact Words of Trinitarian Writers.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 223.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1846.  36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 223

 

Holmes, Abiel.
A Sermon, Delivered at the Ordination of Rev. Thomas Brattle Gannett to the Pastoral Care of the Church in Cambridgeport, Jan. 19, 1814. Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1814.  38 p.

 

93

Holmes, John Haynes.
The Enduring Significance of Emerson's Divinity School Address … Delivered as the Ware Lecture on May 25, 1938, in Commemoration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of this Memorable Address.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1938.  32 p.
 

 

94

Hopgood, James.
A Statement of the Principles of Unitarian Christianity. N.p., n.d. 11 p.

 

95

Hornbrooke, Francis B.
Christianity Permanent.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 55.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  13 p.

Ser. 4 No. 055

 

Horner, Thomas Jay.
The Unitarian Awakening: a Sermon Preached … in the Unitarian Church in Melrose, Mass., April 29th, 1900.  Melrose, Mass.: The Church, 1900.  20 p.

 

96

Horton, E. A.
Unitarianism: What Does it Stand for? [Unitarian Tracts] No. 9.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  14 p.

No. 009

 

Hosmer, Frederick L.
What is Truth? A Discourse Preached to the Congregation of the Church of the Unity, Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday, February 6, 1881. Cleveland, Ohio: DeVeny, Printer, 1881.  17 p. 

 

97

Humphreys, Charles A.
Distinctive Doctrines of Unitarianism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 10.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  12 p.

Ser. 4 No. 010

 

Huntington, Frederic D.
The Lord's Day.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 249.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1848.  22 p.

Ser. 1 No. 249

 

Hurlbut, M. L.
Presumptive Arguments in Favor of Unitarianism.  2d ed.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no.79.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  39 p.

Ser. 1 No. 079

 

Hutton, Hugh.
_An Appeal to Scripture Principles in Support of the Claims of Unitarian Christians: a Sermon Preached at Yeovil, on Wednesday, July 16, 1828, Before the Western Unitarian Society….  _Bristol: Printed for William Browne, 1829.  46 p.

 

99

Hutton, Joseph.
The False Accusers of the Brethren Reproved, and the Accused Instructed How to Reply: a Sermon Preached Before the Supporters of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association at Their Annual Meeting, May 28th, 1828. London: Unitarian Association, 1828. 48 p.

 

98

Hutton, Joseph.
Omniscience: the Attribute of the Father Only.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series, no. 4].  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 004

 

Hutton, Joseph.
Omniscience: the Attribute of the Father Only. 2d ed.  Boston: Printed by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  36 p.

 

100

Hutton, Joseph.
Repentance the Ground of Forgiveness.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 134.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 134

 

Hutton, Joseph.
Unitarians Entitled to the Name of Christians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 64.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 064

 

In Memoriam: Ebenezer Gay, 1792-1886.  N.p., 1886. 20 p.

 

101

International Congress of Free Christians and Other Religious Liberals.
Forty Portraits and Biographical Sketches for the Fourth International Congress of Religious Liberals, Held at Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A., September 22-28, 1907. N.p., 1907.  47 p.

 

102

Jaynes, Julian C.
The Place of Jesus in the Religion of To-Day.  [Unitarian Tracts], no. 134.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d. 16 p.

No. 134

 

John Milton's Last Thoughts on the Trinity.  Extracted from his Posthumous Work
Entitled "A Treatise on Christian Doctrine, Compiled from the Holy Scriptures Alone."  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 236.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1847.  95 p.

Ser. 1 No. 236

 

Kay, James.
Twenty Questions to Trinitarians, with Answers from Scripture.  Meadville: Michell & Sears, Printers, 1855. 12 p.

 

103

Kendall, James.
A Discourse Delivered in King's Chapel, Boston, Before the Humane Society of Massachusetts, at Their Semiannual Meeting, June 8, 1813. Boston: Printed by John Eliot, 1813. 31 p.

 

104

Kendall, James.
A Sermon, Delivered at Plymouth, September 4th, 1803. Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. David Tappan, D. D., Hollis Professor of Divinity, in Harvard College, Who Died August 27 – Aged Fifty-One.  Boston: Printed by Gilbert and Dean, 1803.  22 p.

 

105

Kimball, John C.
Christ and the Creeds.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 25.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  8 p.

Ser. 4 No. 025

 

Kimball, John C.
God's Children Judged by What They Are. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 20.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  16 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 020

 

Kimball, John C.
The Need of Liberal Christianity in the Midst of Liberal Orthodoxy. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 38. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  19 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 038

 

King, Thomas Starr.
The Doctrine of Endless Punishment for the Sins of This Life, Unchristian and Unreasonable: Two Discourses Delivered in Hollis Street Church. Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Co., 1858.  66 p.

 

106

King, Thomas Starr.
Eternal Punishment.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 26. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  16 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 026

 

King, Thomas Starr.
A Short Review of Dr. Edward Beecher's Work on "The Conflict of Ages.  Re-printed from the Universalist Quarterly. Boston: Abel Tompkins, 1854.  42 p.

 

107

King, Thomas Starr.
Spiritual Christianity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 35.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  34 p.

Ser. 4 No. 035

 

King, Thomas Starr.
Trinitarianism Not the Doctrine of the New Testament: Two Lectures Delivered Party in Review of Rev. Dr. Huntington's Discourse on the Trinity in the Hollis Street Church, January 7 & 14, 1860.  Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Co., 1860.  48 p.

 

108

King, Thomas Starr.
Words at Parting: a Sermon Preached in Hollis Street Church, Sunday Morning, March 25, 1860, at the Close of a Ministry of Eleven Years.  Boston: walker, Wise, & Co., 1860.  27 p.  2 copies.

 

109

Knapp, Arthur M.
Semi-Detached Unitarians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 50. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  16 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 050

 

Lamson, Alvan.
The Foundation of Our Confidence in the Saviour.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 89.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 089

 

Lamson, Alvan.
On the Doctrine of Two Natures in Jesus Christ.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 20.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 020

 

A Letter on the Principles of the Missionary Enterprise.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series,
no. 6].  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  40 p.

Ser. 1 No. 006

 

Livermore, A. A.
Reason and Revelation.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 136.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  19 p.

Ser. 1 No. 136

 

Livermore, L. J.
Baptism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 6.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  9 p.

Ser. 4 No. 006

 

Liverpool Unitarian Annual, 1893. Liverpool: F. and E. Gibbons, 1893. 108 p.

 

109a

Locke, John.
An Essay for the Understanding of St. Paul's Epistles.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 45.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 045

 

Longfellow, Samuel.
Parting Words: a Discourse Preached Sunday, June 24, 1860, in the New Chapel, Brooklyn. New York: John A. Gray, Printer, 1860.  24 p.

 

110

Longfellow, Samuel.
A Spiritual and Working Church: a Sermon Preached Before the Second Unitarian Society of Brooklyn, on Sunday, October 30th, 1853. New-York: John C. Beale, 1853.  20 p.
 

 

111

Lothrop, Samuel K.
An Address Delivered at the Opening of the Rooms of the American Unitarian Association, 21 Bromfield Street March 9, 1854. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 298.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1854. 39 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 298

 

Lothrop, Samuel K.
The Divine Presence a Support to Human Frailty: a Sermon Preached in the Brattle Square Church, on the Sunday Succeeding the Death of Hon. Daniel Webster.  Boston: Eastburn's Press, 1852.  20 p.
 

 

112

Lothrop, Samuel K.
I am the Way.  Addressed to Those Who "Cannot See Their Way Clear" to Observe the Communion.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 103.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1836.  14 p.

Ser. 1 No. 103

 

Lothrop, Samuel K.
The Moral Power of Character: a Sermon Preached in the Church in Brattle Square, January 9th, 1853, after the Funeral of Amos Lawrence.  Boston: Eastburn's Press, 1853. 26 p.

 

113

Lothrop, Samuel K.
Why Should We Labor to Extend Our Faith?  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 115.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  12 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 1 No. 115

 

Lowe, Charles.
The Unitarian Position: an Address Before the American Unitarian Association, May 24, 1870.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1870.  16 p.
 

 

114

Lunt, William P.
Jesus Christ the Faithful Witness.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 224.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1846.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 224

 

Lyon, William H.
Children in Church.  Tract Series, no. 9. Boston: Unitarian Sunday-School Society, n.d. 16 p.

 

115

Lyon, William H.
The Divine Election: a Sermon Preached in the Church of the First Parish Brookline, Sunday, March 20, 1898.  Brookline, Mass.: Printed by Request, 1898. 16 p.

 

116

Lyon, William H.
An Old-Fashioned Virtue; a Sermon Preached to the First Parish, Brookline, Mass., Sunday, March 4, 1900.  Brookline, Mass.: Published by the Parish, 1900.  14 p.

 

117

Lyon, William H.
The Perfect Law of the Lord.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 86.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 086

 

Lyon, William H.
The Preaching of the Cross.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 88.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  13 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 088

 

Lyon, William H.
The Religious Gains of the Nineteenth Century.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 132.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  13 p.

Ser. 4 No. 132

 

Lyon, William H.
What do the Evangelical Denominations hold in Common?  [Unitarian Tracts], 8th series, no. 2.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.6 p.

Ser. 8 No. 002

 

Martineau, James.
The Bible and the Child: a Discourse. Boston: B. H. Greene, 1845. 23 p.

 

118

Martineau, James.
The Existing State of Theology as an Intellectual Pursuit, and Religion as a Moral Influence.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 98.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1835.  23 p.

Ser. 1 No. 098

 

Martineau, James.
Ideal Substitutes for God.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 65. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  27 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 065

 

Martineau, James.
The Relation between Ethics and Religion. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 66. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  24 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 066

 

Martineau, James.
The Three Stages of Unitarian Theology. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 89. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  18 p. 5 copies

Ser. 4 No. 089

 

Martineau, James.
The Watch-Night Lamps: a Discourse Preached on the First Sunday of Public Worship (October 21, 1849) in Hope-Street New Church, Liverpool. London: John Chapman, 1849.  27 p.

 

119

Maurice and Genevieve, or Self-Sacrifice Rewarded. [Unitarian Tracts] 3d series, no. 3. Boston: Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, n.d.  44 p.

Ser. 3 No. 003

 

May, Joseph.
The Strict and Normal Humanity of Jesus.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 105.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  22 p.

Ser. 4 No. 105

 

May, Joseph.
The Unity of the Spirit: a Sermon.  Philadelphia: Unitarian Book-Room, n.d. 14 p.

 

120

May, Samuel J.
On Prejudice.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 41.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1830.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 041

 

May, Samuel J.
On Redemption by Jesus Christ.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 234.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1847.  27 p.

Ser. 1 No. 234

 

May, Samuel J.
What Do Unitarians Believe?  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d. 14 p.  2 copies.

 

121

M'Crie, Thomas.
The Position and Tendencies of English Unitarianism. An Introductory Address Delivered at the English Presbyterian College, 29 Queen Square, London, October 4, 1859.  London: James Nisbet, 1860. 44 p.

 

122

Metcalf, Richard.
Something Above Morality.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 36.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  10 p.

Ser. 4 No. 036

 

Miles, Henry A.
God's Commandments and Man's Traditions.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 232.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1846.  18 p.

Ser. 1 No. 232

 

Miles, Henry A.
The Gospel Narratives:  Their Origin, Peculiarities, and Transmission.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 254-256.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1848.  118 p.

Ser. 1 No. 254-256

 

Milsted, Thomas.
The Growth of Christianity from the Mustard Seed.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 75.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  17 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 075

 

Montgomery, Henry.
The Importance and Method of Early Religious Education.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 40.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1830.  48 p.

Ser. 1 No. 040

 

Morison, J. H.
On Vicarious Atonement.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 271. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, n.d. 22 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 271

 

Mott, Frederick B.
Unitarianism, What Does it Mean? Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  4 p.

 

123

Muzzey, A. B.
Christ Our Head. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 212. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1845.  14 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 212

 

Muzzey, A. B.
Doctrinal Distinctions, Not Always Doctrinal Differences.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 100.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1835.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 100

 

Muzzey, A. B.
Man Born Upright. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 165. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1841. 16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 165

 

National Alliance of Unitarian Women.
Circular to Applicants for Unitarian Literature. N.p., n.d.  2 p.
 

 

124

National Unitarian Convention.
Proceedings at the Festival Given to the Delegates of the National Unitarian Convention at the Academy of Music, New York, April 6, 1865.  New York: Baker & Godwin, 1865. 36 p.
 

 

125

New York League of Unitarian Women.
New York League of Unitarian Women, Associate Branch of the National Alliance of Unitarian and Other Liberal Christian Women, 1891-1892. New York, 1891.  4 p.

 

126

Newton, R. Heber.
The Mission of Unitarianism. Boston: Christian Register Association, 1882.  23 p.

 

127

The Ninth Report of the American Unitarian Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, May 27, 1834. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 84. Boston: Charles Bowen, 1834. 64 p.

Ser. 1 No. 84

 

Noyes, George R.
The Christian Doctrine of Retribution.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 106.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1836.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 106

 

Noyes, George R.
Explanations of Isaiah, IX, 6. and John, I, 1.  2d ed.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no.78.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 078

 

Noyes, George R.
The Gospel Exhibited in a Unitarian Minister's Preaching. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 62. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832. 36 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 062

 

Noyes, George R.
The Gospel Exhibited in a Unitarian Minister's Preaching.  2d ed.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 62. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1832.  36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 062

 

Noyes, George R.
Remarks on the Books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Canticles.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 269, 270.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, n. d. 80 p.

Ser. 1 No. 269-270

 

On Experimental Religion.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 14.  Boston: Printed for
the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.  19 p.

Ser. 1 No. 014

 

On Some Corruptions of Scripture.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no.16.  Boston:
Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 016

 

On Tests of True Religion.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 17.  Boston: Printed for
the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 017

 

On the Evidence Necessary to Establish the Doctrine of the Trinity.  [Unitarian
Tracts, 1st series], no. 18.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 018

 

On the Original Text of the New Testament. [Unitarian tracts, 1st series, no. 26].      Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1829. 23 p.

Ser. 1 No. 026

 

On the Religious Phraseology of the New Testament and of the Present Day. 
[Unitarian Tracts, 1st series, no. 5].  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  34 p.

Ser. 1 No. 005

 

One Hundred Scriptural Arguments for the Unitarian Faith.  2d. ed.  [Unitarian
Tracts, 1st series, no. 2].  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 002

 

Osgood, Samuel.
David and the Psalms.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 260.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1849.  22 p.

Ser. 1 No. 260

 

Osgood, Samuel.
Moses and the Law.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 259.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1849.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 259

 

Osgood, Samuel.
Truths Joined by God not to be Sundered by Man.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 139.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1839.  18 p.

Ser. 1 No. 139

 

Palfrey, Cazneau.
On Change of Heart.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 53.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 053

 

Palfrey, John G.
The Prospects and Claims of Pure Christianity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 42.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1830.  36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 042

 

Pardee, J. N.
The Cause and the Cure.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 45. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 045

 

Parsons, J. C.
Unitarian Belief Stated in Bible Language.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 24.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  12 p.

Ser. 4 No. 024

 

Patterson, A. C.
A View of American Unitarian Missions: with Thoughts on the Missionary Cause, and the Interest of Unitarians in it.  Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1838. 60 p.

 

128

Peabody, Andrew P.
Christianity the Absolute Religion.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 32. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  13 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 032

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
Excuses for the Neglect of Benevolent Efforts Considered.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 85.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  15 p.

Ser. 1 No. 085

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
Fidelity in Duty, not Accuracy in Belief, our Test of the Christian Character. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 137.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  15 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 137

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
Forgiveness.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 280. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Crosby, Nichols, and Co., n.d. 16 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 280

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
God, the Father.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 1.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  14 p.

Ser. 4 No. 001

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
Jesus Christ. Sermons on Great Themes, Special Series. Brooklyn: Tremlett & Co., 1886.  52 p.

 

129

Peabody, Andrew P.
Jesus Christ.  Was Jesus of Nazareth Identical with the Almighty Creator?  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 13.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  28 p.

Ser. 4 No. 013

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
On Religious Forms. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 253. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1848.  14 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 253

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
The Revival of Religion: a Sermon Preached at Portsmouth, N. H., February 23, 1840.  3d ed. Worcester: Chas. Hamilton, 1878.  23 p.

 

130

Peabody, Andrew P.
The Unpardonable Sin. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 30. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  12 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 030

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
What is Truth? [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 127.  Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  15 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 127

 

Peabody, Andrew P.
The Work of the Ministry: a Sermon Preached Before the Graduating Class of the Meadville Theological School at Meadville, Pa., June 26, 1850.  Boston: Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1850. 21 p.

 

131

Peabody, Ephraim.
Charges Against Unitarianism.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 123.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  19 p.

Ser. 1 No. 123

 

Peabody, Ephraim.
"Come Over and Help Us."  A Letter to Rev. George Putnam.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 120.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  42 p.

Ser. 1 No. 120

 

Peabody, Ephraim.
The Religious Culture of the Young. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 273. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, n.d.  24 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 273

 

Peabody, William B. O.
'Come and See.' Or The Duty of those who Dread the Sentiments of Other Christians.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 71.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 071

 

Pierpont, John.
Jesus Christ Not a Literal Sacrifice.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 81.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  24 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 081

 

Pierpont, John.
On Substitutes for Religion.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 56. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  23 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 1 No. 056

 

Potter, Charles Francis.
The New Statement of Faith.  No. 10.  Boston: Press of Geo. H. Ellis, 1921. 21 p.

 

132

Powers, J. D. O.
Love Never Faileth.  Seattle: Alice Harriman Co., 1909.  24 p.

 

133

Practical Infidelity Briefly Considered in Reference to the Present Times. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 37. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 037

 

Priestley, Joseph.
Extracts from Doctor Priestley's Catechism.  Salem: Printed by S. Hall, 1785.  12 p.

 

134

Putnam, A. P.
The Life to Come.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no.  11.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  26 p.

Ser. 4 No. 011

 

Putnam, George.
True Grounds of Christian Unity.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 129.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  27 p.

Ser. 1 No. 129

 

A Rational Faith Competent to the Wants of Man.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no.
130.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  18 p.

Ser. 1 No. 130

 

The Reports of the American Unitarian Association, Prepared for the Sixth Anniversary, May 24, 1831. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 49. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1831. 44 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 049

 

The Reports of the American Unitarian Association, Presented at the Seventh Anniversary, May 29, 1832. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 61. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1832. 96 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 061

 

Reynolds, Grindall.
The Mistakes, the Opportunities, and the Needs of Unitarianism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 74.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  19 p.

Ser. 4 No. 074

 

[Roberts, William]
A Letter to the Unitarian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue by the Distribution of Books, by a Native Unitarian Christian of Madras. To which is Prefixed an Introduction by the Rev. Thomas Belsham.  London: Printed for the Unitarian Society by Richard and Arthur Taylor, 1818.

 

135

Robinson, George D.
The Layman's Responsibility for the Church.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 52. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  10 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 052

 

Sanders, Z. J.
Transcendentalism.  From the Quarterly Review of the United Brethren in Christ. N.p., n.d.  18 p.

 

136

Sargent, John T.
Obstacles to the Truth: a Sermon Preached in Hollis Street Church, on Sunday Morning, Dec. 8, 1844.  Boston: Samuel N. Dickinson, Printer, 1845.  16 p.

 

137

Savage, Minot J.
Dr. Abbott and Christian Evolution. Unity Pulpit, Boston, vol. 13, no. 18 (Feb. 12, 1892).  Boston: George H. Ellis, 1892. 19 p.

 

138

Savage, Minot J.
How to Die.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 78.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  17 p.

Ser. 4 No. 078

 

Savage, Minot J.
The Human Jesus More Helpful to the Religious Life Than the Deified Christ: a Christmas sermon. Messiah Pulpit, New York. Vol. 5, no. 12 (Dec. 28, 1900).  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1900.  16 p.

 

139

Savage, Minot J.
The Modern Conception of God.  [Unitarian Tracts], 8th series, no. 5. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  8 p.

Ser. 8 No. 005

 

Savage, Minot J.
The Modern Minister. Messiah Pulpit, New York. Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 9, 1896).  Boston, Geo. H. Ellis, 1896. 16 p.

 

140

Savage, Minot J.
Our Gospel.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 100.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  23 p.

Ser. 4 No. 100

 

Savage, Minot J.
Our Mission and Our Missions; a Message to Unitarians. Series 9, no. 1.  N.p., n.d.  15 p.

 

141

Savage, Minot J.
The Religious Education of Children.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 67. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  13 p.
 

Ser. 4 No. 067

 

Savage, Minot J.
Sacrifice, the Law of Life. Messiah Pulpit, New York, vol. 2, no. 2 (Oct. 16, 1896). Boston: Geo. Hl Ellis, 1896. 17 p.

 

142

Savage, Minot J.
Series on the Religion of Jesus: X. Jesus and the Spiritual World. Messiah Pulpit, New York. Vol. 7, no. 27 (April 10, 1903). Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1903. 17 p.

 

143

Savage, Minot J.
The Story of the Empty Tomb, an Easter Sermon. Messiah Pulpit, New York. Vol. 7, no. 28 (April 17, 1903).  Boston: Geo. Hl Ellis Co., 1903. 17 p.

 

144

Savage, Minot J.
Unitarian Catechism, with an Introduction by E. A. Horton. Rev. ed.  Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1891.  67 p.

 

145

Savage, Minot J.
Unitarianism: It Is a Positive Faith, and Rightly Claims Our Loyalty.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 58. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  17 p.  3 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 058

 

Savage, Minot J.
A Word with the Pew; or, Helping the Minister.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 49.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  19 p.

Ser. 4 No. 049

 

Savage, William H.
The Liberal Church of To-Day: Is It Christianity?  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 60. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  14 p.

Ser. 4 No. 060

 

Sears, Edmund H.
Worship.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 274.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, n. d.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 274

 

Second Unitarian Society, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the First Meeting of the Second Unitarian Society, Brooklyn, N.Y.  Services at New Chapel, Sunday Morning, April 16, and Thursday Evening, April 20, 1876.  New-York: S. W. Green, 1876. 64 p.

 

146

A Serious and Friendly Address to Every One Who is Halting Between Two
Opinions, and is Willing to Have His Doubts, Fears, and Suspicions Removed. [Unitarian Tracts], 2d series, no. 2. [Boston]: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts, n.d.  18 p.

Ser. 2 No. 002

 

Sewall, Edmund Q.
Discourse on Human Depravity.  2d. ed.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series, no. 3].  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1825.  42.

Ser. 1 No. 003

 

Sewall, Edmund Q.
On Spirituality of Character.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 102.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1836.  48 p.

Ser. 1 No. 102

 

[Sewall, Henry D.]
An Appeal from the Denunciations of the Rev. Dr. Mason, against Rational Christians; Addressed to all Who Acknowledge the Religion of Jesus Christ and Fear God Rather than Man. By a Unitarian of New-York.  New York: New-York Unitarian Book Society, 1822.  24 p.

 

147

Seward, Josiah L.
Easter Sermon Delivered in the Unitarian Church, Waterville, Me., April 21, 1889. N.p.: Printed at the Democrat Office, 1889.  12 p.

 

148

Seward, Josiah L.
Formation of the Constitution: Oration … in the Unitarian Church, Waterville, Me., April 30, 1889, being the Hundredth Anniversary of the Inauguration of George Washington as President of the United States.  N.p., [1889].  23 p.

 

149

Shippen, Rush R.
Unitarianism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 71.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  29 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 4 No. 071

 

Sin and its Penalties.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 242.  Boston: Printed for the
American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, 1847.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 242

 

Sin Wrongs the Soul.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 243.  Boston: Printed for
the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1847.  23 p.

Ser. 1 No. 243

 

Slicer, Thomas R.
The Old Motives and the New Motives in Religion Contrasted.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 95.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  14 p.

Ser. 4 No. 095

 

Sober Thoughts on the State of the Times, Addressed to the Unitarian Community.
[Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 99.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1835.  48 p.  2 copies.

Ser. 1 No. 099

 

Society of Unitarian Christians, Established in the West of England for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue by the Distribution of Books.
Rules of the Unitarian Society, for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue, by Distributing Such Books as Appear to the Members of the Society to Contain the Most Rational Views of the Gospel … to Which Are Added a List of the Members, and a Catalogue of Books Distributed by the Society.  London: Printed by Richard and Arthur Taylor, 1818. 24 p.

 

150

Stanley, Arthur P.
Our Common Christianity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 21.  Boston: American Unitarian Association.  16 p.

Ser. 4 No. 021

 

Stebbins, R. P.
Prayer.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 5.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  14 p.

Ser. 4 No. 005

 

Stetson, Caleb.
On Piety at Home.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 46.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 046

 

Sunderland, Jabez Thomas.
Der Unitarianismus in seiner tieferen Bedeutung, nach dem englischen…. London: British and Foreign Unitarian Association, n.d.  34 p.

 

153

Sunderland, Jabez Thomas.
How to Study the Bible. A College Town Pulpit, series 3, no. 2.  Ann Arbor: n.p., n.d.  16 p.

 

151

[Sunderland, Jabez Thomas]
The Issue in the West: Is Western Unitarianism Ready to Give Up Its Christian Character? Is It Ready to Give Up Its Theistic Character? N.p., n.d.  45 p.

 

152

Sunderland, Jabez Thomas.
Orthodoxy an Enemy of Christianity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 15.  Boston:  American Unitarian Association.  26 p.

Ser. 4 No. 015

 

Sunderland, T. J.
True and False Liberalism.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 56. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  19 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 056

 

Tenney, William C.
Ten Points of Difference between Unitarianism and "Orthodoxy." [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 12. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  13 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 012

 

The Tenth Report of the American Unitarian Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, May 26, 1835. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 95. Boston: Charles Bowen, 1835. 64 p.

Ser. 1 No. 095

 

Thacher, Samuel C.
The Unity of God, a Sermon Delivered in America, September, 1815. 2d American ed.  Liverpool: Printed by Smith and Galway; Worcester: Reprinted by William Manning, 1817.  24 p.

 

154

The Thirteenth Report of the American Unitarian Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, May 29, 1838. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 131. Boston: James Munroe, 1838. 57 p.

Ser. 1 No. 131

 

Thomas, Moses G.
Jesus Christ Our Pattern.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 238.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1847.  26 p.

Ser. 1 No. 238

 

Thompson, J. S.
Unitarianism, the Religion of Jesus, or, Critical Lectures on the Unity of Go, and the Salvation of All Men. Philadelphia: Edwin T. Scott, 1823.60 p.

 

155

Thompson, James W.
Christ the Image of God.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 86.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  12 p.

Ser. 1 No. 086

 

Thoughts on Vital Religion. 2nd ed. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 38. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 038

 

Tilden, William P.
The Rising Star of the Liberal Faith. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 37. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  16 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 037

 

Tilden, William P.
What Does the Unitarianism of To-day Stand For?  N.p., n.d.  18 p.

 

156

Tilden, William P.
Word of God. [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 33. Boston: American Unitarian Association.  15 p.  2 copies.
 

Ser. 4 No. 033

 

Toulmin, Joshua.
A Free and Serious Address to the Christian Laity, Especially Such as Embracing Unitarian Sentiments Conform to Trinitarian Worship. To Which is Prefixed an Introduction; Wherein the Worship of the Holy Scriptures is Contrasted with the Worship of the Church of England, and of Dissenters. London: J. Johnson, 1781.  114 p.

 

157

Toulmin, Joshua.
A Review of the Preaching of the Apostles: or, the Practical Efficacy of the Unitarian Doctrine; Proved and Illustrated from the Acts OF the Apostles, and the Epistle of Paul to Timothy and Titus. New ed.  London: Printed for Longman, Hurst Rees, Orme and Brown by William Hawkes Smith, 1819.  46 p.

 

158

Towne, Edward C.
Unitarian Fellowship and Liberty: a Letter to Rev. Henry W. Bellows, D.D.  Cambridge: John Wilson and Sons, 1866.  32 p.

 

159

[Tuckerman, Joseph.]
Mr. Tuckerman's Eighth Semiannual Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 54. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1831. 48 p.

Ser. 1 No. 054

 

[Tuckerman, Joseph.]
Mr. Tuckerman's Eleventh Semiannual Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 72. Boston: Charles Bowen, 1833. 48 p.

Ser. 1 No. 072

 

[Tuckerman, Joseph.]
Mr. Tuckerman's Ninth Semiannual Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 60. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1832. 36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 060

 

[Tuckerman, Joseph.]
Mr. Tuckerman's Seventh Semiannual Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 48. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1831. 36 p.

Ser. 1 No. 048

 

[Tuckerman, Joseph.]
Mr. Tuckerman's Tenth Semiannual Report of His Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 66. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1832. 44 p.

Ser. 1 No. 066

 

[Tuckerman, Joseph.]
Report to the Executive Committee of the American Unitarian Association […on] the Condition of the Morally Neglected and Vicious Children ….  Boston, 1831.  36 p.

 

160

Tuckerman, Joseph.
A Sermon Preached on Sunday Evening, Nov. 2, 1834, at the Ordination of Charles F. Barnard and Frederick T. Gray, as Ministers at Large in Boston, by Joseph Tuckerman; with the Charge by William E. Channing.  Boston: Russell, Odiorne and Metcalf, and James Munroe and Co., 1834.  50 p.

 

161

Turner, Henry.
The Doctrine of Atonement.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 74.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1833.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 074

 

Turner, William.
The Excellence and Advantage of Public Social Worship, and the Necessity of Holiness to its Acceptable Performance.  No. 15.  Newcastle: J. Marshall, n.d.  23 p.

 

162

Turner, William.
An Address Delivered on Laying the Foundation Stone of a New Chapel, at Sunderland, for the Worship of the One God, in the Name of the One Mediator, the Man Christ Jesus.  Newcastle: J. Marshall, n.d.  4 p.

 

163

The Twelfth Report of the American Unitarian Association, with the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, May 30, 1837. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 119. Boston: James Munroe, 1837. 72 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 119

 

Union with God and Man.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 245.  Boston: Printed for
the American Unitarian Association by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1847.  16 p.

Ser. 1 No. 245

 

The Unitarian. Vol. 1, no. 8 (Aug. 1, 1834).  p. 351-398.

 

164

Unitarianism Vindicated Against the Charge of Not Going Far Enough.  2d ed.
[Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 11.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 011

 

Unity Church-Door Pulpit, for Freedom, Fellowship and Character in Religion.
Series II, no. 20 (March 19, 1888).  "The Bible: Passages from Various Authors Selected by Mrs. Eliza R. Sunderland."  Chicago. 12 p.
 

 

165

Van Ness, Thomas.
Is There a Righteous God? [Unitarian Tracts], no. 204.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.14 p.

No. 204

 

Van Ness, Thomas.
The Search for God Traced in Hebrew and Christian Sources. Boston: Unitarian Sun day-School Society, 1910.  97 p.

 

166

Walker, James.
A Discourse on the Law of the Spiritual Life.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 101.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1835.  14 p.

Ser. 1 No. 101

 

Walker, James.
On the Exclusive System.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no.  39.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1830.  34 p.

Ser. 1 No. 039

 

Walker, James.
The Philosophy of Man's Spiritual Nature in Regard to the Foundations of Faith.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 87.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  21 p.

Ser. 1 No. 087

 

Walker, James.
A Sermon Preached in Brooklyn, Connecticut, at the Installation of Rev. Samuel Joseph May, November 5, 1823. Boston: Printed by John B. Russell, 1824. 40 p.

 

167

Walker, James.
"To the Law and to the Testimony."  A Discourse on the Deference Paid to the Scriptures by Unitarians.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 121.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 121

 

Walker, James.
Unitarianism Vindicated Against the Charge of Skeptical Tendencies. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 141.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1839.  27 p.

Ser. 1 No. 141

 

Walker, James.
Unitarianism Vindicated Against the Charge of Sceptical Tendencies. [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 141. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  27 p. 

Ser. 1 No. 141

 

Ware, Henry.
An Address, Delivered at Kennebunk, before the York County Unitarian Association, October 24, 1827.  Kennebunk: James K. Remich, 1828. 35 p.

 167a

Ware, Henry.
On the Use and Meaning of the Phrase "Holy Spirit."  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 112.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1836.  22 p.

Ser. 1 No. 112

 

Ware, Henry, Jr.
The Duty of Promoting Christianity by the Circulation of Books.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 132.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 132

 

Ware, Henry.
Letters Addressed to Trinitarians and Calvinists, Occasioned by Dr. Woods’ Letters to Unitarians. Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf, 1820. 150 p.

 167b

Ware, Henry, Jr.
The Nature, Reality, and Power of Christian Faith.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 125.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  15 p.

Ser. 1 No. 125

 

Ware, Henry, Jr.
Outline of the Testimony of Scripture against the Trinity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 58.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1832.  22 p.

Ser. 1 No. 058

 

Ware, Henry.
A Sermon, Delivered … on the Anniversary Election, May 30, 1821. Boston: B. Russell, 1821.  24 p.

 167c

Ware, Henry, Jr.
Three Important Questions Answered, Relating to the Christian Name, Character, and Hopes.  8th ed.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 82.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 082

 

Ware, Henry.
The Vision of Liberty, Recited before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University, Aug. 26, 1824. Boston: Oliver Everett, 1824.  12 p.

 167d

Ware, John F. W.
Self-Consecration.  [Unitarian Tracts], 4th series, no. 8.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n. d.  11 p.

Ser. 4 No. 008

 

Ware, William.
The Antiquity and Revival of Unitarian Christianity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 47.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Gray and Bowen, 1831.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 047

 

Ware, William.
The Danger of Delay. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 31. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1829. 28 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 031

 

Watts, Isaac.
A Solemn Address to the Great and Blessed God … With a Biographical Introduction Containing a Statement of the Evidence of Dr. Watts Having Rejected the Popular Doctrine of the Trinity … London: Unitarian Association, 1840. 16 p.
 

 

168

Wendté, Charles W.
Eine kurze Darstellung des Unitarianismus. Unitarian Tracts, Deutsche Serie., no. 1.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  24 p.

 

168a

Wendté, Charles W.
What Do Unitarians Believe? A Statement of Faith … Together with Appendices on the Unitarian Church and the Unitarian Fellowship. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  40 p. 

 

169

Wendté, Charles W.
What Do Unitarians Believe? A Statement of Faith … Together with Appendices on the Unitarian Church and the Unitarian Fellowship. [Unitarian Tracts], no. 8.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  40 p.  2 copies

No. 008

 

Wendté, Charles W.
What is it to be a Liberal in Religion? [Unitarian Tracts], no. 227.  Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  13 p.

No. 227

 

What Will He Preach About?  [Unitarian Tracts], 5th series, no. 22. Boston:
American Unitarian Association, n.d. 7 p.

Ser. 5 No. 022

 

White, Charles.
The Practical Element in Christianity.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 286.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Crosby, Nichols, and Company, n. d.  30 p.

Ser. 1 No. 286

 

Whitman, Bernard.
An Answer to Eliphalet Pearson's Letter to the Candid. Boston: Christian Register Office, 1832.  32 p.

 

170

Whitman, Bernard.
On Christian Salvation. [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 33. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830.  44 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 033

 

Whitman, Bernard.
On Denying the Lord Jesus.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 118.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  46 p.

Ser. 1 No. 118

 

Whitman, Jason.
Hints on Religious Feelings.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 91.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1835.  32 p.

Ser. 1 No. 091

 

Whitney, George.
Piety and Morality Their Mutual Importance as Elements of Christian Character.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 92.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1835.  18 p.

Ser. 1 No. 092

 

Williams, Theodore C.
Sermons on Great Themes, Special Series: IV. Sin. Brooklyn, Tremlett & Co., 1886. p. 53-64.

 

171

Wilson, Joshua.
Are Unitarians Christians? The Judgment of Baxter and the English Presbyterian Fathers and Founders, Including Animadversions on a Review of the Author's "Historical Inquiry." London: Ball, Arnold & Co., 1839. 52 p.
 

 

172

Wood, Samuel.
The Present State and the Prospects of Unitarian Christianity in the United States of North America. From The Christian Reformer for September 1837. Hackney: George Smallfield, 1837. 19 p.

 

173

Worchester, Noah.
The Doctrine of Pronouns Applied to Christ's Testimony of Himself.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series], no. 15.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 015

 

Worchester, Noah.
A Review of Atheism, for Unlearned Christians.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 113.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1836.  46 p.

Ser. 1 No. 113

 

Worchester, Noah.
Testimonies from the Neighborhood of the Eternal World, on Acceptance with God.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 80.  Boston: Printed for The American Unitarian Association by Charles Bowen, 1834.  28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 080

 

Worchester, Noah.
Thoughts on the Personality of the Word of God.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 110.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1836.  23 p.

Ser. 1 No. 110

 

Young, Alexander.
Evangelical Unitarianism Adapted to the Poor and Unlearned.  Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 28 p.
 

 

174

Young, Alexander.
Evangelical Unitarianism Adapted to the Poor and Unlearned.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 36. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. 28 p.

Ser. 1 No. 36

 

A Young Man's Account of His Conversion from Calvinism.  A Statement of Facts.
[Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 128.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  34 p.

Ser. 1 No. 128

 

 

Part 2: William Ellery Channing (Works by and about)

 

 

Tract no.

Coll. no.

Abolitionist.
Extracts from Remarks on Dr. Channing’s Slavery, with Comments. Boston: D.K. Hitchcock, 1836.  55 p.

 0

Bellows, Henry W.
A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of William Ellery Channing, D. D. Pronounced before the Unitarian Societies of New-York and Brooklyn, in the Church of the Messiah, October 13th, 1842.  New-York: Charles S. Francis and Co., 1842.  26 p.

 

1

Bellows, Henry W.
William Ellery Channing: His Opinions, Genius and Character, a Discourse Given at Newport, R. I., on the Celebration of the Centenary of His Birth, April 7, 1880.  New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1880.  39 p.

 

2

Channing, William Ellery.
An Address Delivered at Lenox on the First of August, 1842, the Anniversary of Emancipation in the British West Indies.  Lenox, Mass.: J. G. Stanly, 1842.  38 p.

 

3

Channing, William Ellery.
An Address Delivered Before the Mercantile Library Company of Philadelphia, May 11, 1841. Philadelphia: J. Crissy, Printer, 1841. 45 p.

 

4

Channing, William Ellery.
Analysis of the Character of Napoleon Bonaparte, Suggested by the Publication of Scott's Life of Napoleon. 2d ed. Boston, Printed; London, Reprinted: For Edward Rainford, 1828. 52 p.
 

 

5

Channing, William Ellery.
The Church: a Discourse Delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, Sunday, May 30th, 1841. Philadelphia: J. Crissy, Printer, 1841.  57 p.

 

6

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Delivered at the Dedication of the Unitarian Congregational Church in Newport, Rhode Island, July 27, 1836.  Boston: S. N. Dickinson, 1836.  44 p.

 

7

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Delivered at the Installation of the Rev. Mellish Irving Motte, as Pastor of the South Congregational Society in Boston, May 21, 1828. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1828. 43 p.

 

8

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Frederick A. Farley, as Pastor of the Westminster Congregational Society in Providence, Rhode Island, September 10, 1828.  Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.  36 p.

 

9

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Delivered in Boston at the Solemn Festival in Commemoration of the Goodness of God in Delivering the Christian World from Military Despotism, June 15, 1814.  Boston: Henry Channing, 1814. 16, 8 p.

 

10

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Dr. Follen.  Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1840. 29 p.

 

11

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Dr. Follen. 2d ed. Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1840. 29 p.

 

12

Channing, William E.
A Discourse on Some of the Distinguishing Opinions of Unitarians, Delivered at Baltimore in 1819.  12th ed.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 108.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Leonard C. Bowles, 1836.  47 p.

Ser. 1 No. 108

 

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse on the Church.  Unitarian Tracts, 1st series, no. 194. Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1843.  2 copies.

Ser. 1 No. 194

 

Channing, William E.
A Discourse on the Evidences of Revealed Religion.  2d ed.  [Unitarian Tracts, 1st series,] no. 8.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts and Co., 1826.  35 p.

Ser. 1 No. 008

 

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse on the Evidences of Revealed Religion, Delivered Before the University in Cambridge at the Dudleian Lecture, March 14, 1821. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1821.  36 p.

 

13

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Preached at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, New York, December 7, 1826. New York: Published for the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, 1826. 57 p.

 

14

Channing, William Ellery.
A Discourse Preached at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, New York, December 7, 1826.  2d ed. New York: Published for the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, 1827. 57 p.

 

15

Channing, William Ellery.
Dr. Channing's Last Address, Delivered at Lenox on the First of August, 1842, the Anniversary of Emancipation in the British West Indies.  Boston: Oliver Johnson, 1842. 24 p.

 

16

Channing, William Ellery.
The Duties of Children: a Sermon Delivered on Lord's Day, April 12, 1807, to the Religious Society in Federal Street, Boston.  5th ed.  Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf, 1822. 12 p.

 

17

Channing, William Ellery.
The Duty of the Free States, 2d part.  Boston: William Crosby and Co., 1842. 93 p.

 

18

Channing, William Ellery.
Emancipation. Boston: E. P. Peabody, 1840.  111 p.

 

19

Channing, William Ellery.
The Free Mind.  No. 338. Boston, Mass.: American Unitarian Association, 1935. 7 p.

 

20

Channing, William Ellery.
The Future Life.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 133. Boston: American Unitarian Association, n.d.  21 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 133

 

Channing, William Ellery.
The Future Life: a Sermon Preached on Easter Sunday, 1834, in the Federal Street Church, Boston.  Boston: James Munroe, 1835. 24 p.

 

21

Channing, William Ellery.
Lecture on War.  Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1839.  50 p.

 

22

Channing, William Ellery.
Letter of the Rev. William E. Channing to the Standing Committee of the Proprietors of the Meeting-House in Federal Street, in the Town of Boston, Read at the Annual Meeting, May 6, 1840; and the Reply of the Proprietors Thereto. Boston: Joseph Dowe, 1840.  15 p.

 

23

Channing, William Ellery.
Letter of William E. Channing to James G. Birney.  Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1837.  36 p.
 

 

24

Channing, William Ellery.
A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States. Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1837.  72 p.

 

25

Channing, William Ellery.
A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher on the Aspersions Contained in a Late Number of the Panoplist, on the Ministers of Boston and the Vicinity.  2d ed.  Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.  35 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 4

Channing, William Ellery.
A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher on the Aspersions Contained in a Late Number of the Panoplist, on the Ministers of Boston and the Vicinity.  3d ed. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.  36 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 5

Channing, William Ellery.
The Ministry for the Poor: a Discourse Delivered Before the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches in Boston, April 9, 1835.  Boston: Russell, Odiorne, and Metcalf, 1835.  48 p.

 

26

[Channing, William Ellery]
Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered.  Unitarian Tracts, 2d series, no. 1. Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by Isaac R. Butts, n.d.  18 p.

Ser. 2 No. 001

 

Channing, William Ellery.
The Power of Unitarian Christianity to Produce an Enlightened and Fervent Piety.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 159. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1840.  43 p.
 

Ser. 1 No. 159

 

Channing, William Ellery.
Religion a Social Principle: a Sermon Delivered in the Church in Federal Street, Boston, December 10, 1820.  2d. ed.  Boston: Russell & Gardner, 1820.  19 p.

 

27

Channing, William Ellery.
Remarks on Creeds, Intolerance, and Exclusion. London: John Mardon, 1839. 36 p.

 

28

Channing, William E.
Remarks on Creeds, Intolerance, and Exclusion.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 122.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  20 p.

Ser. 1 No. 122

 

Channing, William Ellery.
Remarks on the Character and Writings of Fenelon. From the Christian Examiner, March 1829.  London: Edward Rainford, 1829.  34 p.

 

29

Channing, William Ellery.
Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Worcester's Letter to Mr. Channing on the "Review of American Unitarianism" in a Late Panoplist. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.  31, 5 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 6

Channing, William Ellery.
Self-Culture: an Address Introductory to the Franklin Lectures, Delivered at Boston, September, 1838.  Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1839. 57 p.

 

30

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett, as Colleague Pastor of the Church of Christ, in Federal-Street, Boston, June 30, 1824.  Boston: Published at the Christian Register Office, John B. Russell, Printer, 1824. 47 p.

 

31

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett, as Colleague Pastor of the Church of Christ, in Federal-Street, Boston, June 30, 1824. 3d ed.  Boston: Published at the Christian Register Office, Thomas G. Wells, Printer, 1824. 32 p.

 

32

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks, to the Pastoral Care of the First Independent Church of Baltimore, May 5, 1819. Baltimore: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1819.  71 p.

 

33

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks, to the Pastoral Care of the First Independent Church of Baltimore, May 5, 1819. 2d ed. Baltimore: Printed by J. Robinson, 1819.  72 p.

 

34

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. John Emery Abbot to the Pastoral Care of the North Church of Christ in Salem, April 20, 1815.  Salem: Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1815.  39 p.

 

35

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Preached at the Annual Election, May 26, 1830, before His Excellency Levi Lincoln, Governor, His Honor Thomas L. Winthrop, Lieutenant Governor, the Honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusetts. Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1830.  46 p. 2 copies

 

36

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Preached at the Annual Election, May 26, 1830, before His Excellency Levi Lincoln, Governor, His Honor Thomas L. Winthrop, Lieutenant Governor, the Honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusetts. Boston: Published by Carter and Hendee; Dutton and Wentworth, Printers, 1830.  46 p.

 

37

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Preached in Boston, July 23, 1812, the Day of the Publick Fast, Appointed by the Executive of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in Consequence of the Declaration of War Against Great Britain.  Boston: Printed by Greenough and Stebbins, 1812. 20 p.

 

38

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon on War, Delivered Before the Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts, May 20, 1816, and Published at the Request of the Officers of the Peace Society of Massachusetts.  Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816. 36 p.
 

 

39

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Preached in Boston, April 5, 1810, the Day of the Public Fast.  Boston: Press of John Eliot, 1810.  23 p.

 

40

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Preached in Boston, April 5, 1810, the Day of the Public Fast.  3d ed. Boston: Press of John Eliot, 1810.  23 p.
 

 

41

Channing, William Ellery.
A Sermon Preached in Boston, August 20, 1812, the Day of Humiliation and Prayer, Appointed by the President of the United States, in Consequence of the Declaration of War Against Great Britain.  Boston: Printed by C. Stebbins, 1812. 15 p.

 

42

Channing, William E.
The Sunday School.  A Discourse Pronounced before the Sunday School Society.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 126.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  34 p.

Ser. 1 No. 126

 

Channing, William E.
A Tribute to the Memory of Rev. Noah Worcester, D. D.  [Unitarian Tracts] 1st series, no. 124.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1837.  24 p.

Ser. 1 No. 124

 

Channing, William Ellery.
Two Sermons on Infidelity, Delivered October 24, 1813.  Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1813. 36 p.

 

43

Channing, William Ellery.
Tribute to the Memory of the Rev. Noah Worcester, D.D. in a Discourse Delivered in Boston, November 12, 1837. Boston: Joseph Dowe, 1837.  28 p.  2 copies.

 

44

Channing, William E.
The Worship of the Father, a Service of Gratitude and Joy.  [Unitarian Tracts], 1st series, no. 135.  Boston: Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., 1838.  46 p.

Ser. 1 No. 135

 

Clarke, James Freeman,
A Sermon Preached in Amory Hall, October 9th, 1842, Being the Sunday Succeeding the Death of William Ellery Channing.  Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1842.

 

45

Dewey, Orville.
A Discourse on the Character and Writings of Rev. William Ellery Channing, D.D.  New-York: Charles S. Francis and Co., 1843.

 

46

Dewey, Orville.
Memorial Discourse on the Life and Writings of Rev. William Ellery Channing, D.D.  New York: James Miller, n.d.  33 p.

 

47

Ellis, George E.
The Influence of a Great mind When Imbued with the Spirit of the Christian Religion. A Sermon Preached in the Meeting-House of the Harvard Church and Society in Charlestown, on Sunday, October 9, 1842, on Occasion of the Death of Rev. William Ellery Channing, D.D.  Boston: William Crosby, 1842. 24 p.

 

48

Gannett, Ezra S.
An Address Delivered at the Funeral of Rev. William Ellery Channing, D. D. in the Federal Street Meeting-House, October 7, 1842.  Boston: William Crosby and Co., 1842. 41 p.

 

49

Gannett, Ezra S.
A Sermon Delivered in the Federal Street Meeting-House in Boston, October 9, 1842, the Sunday after the Death of Rev. William Ellery Channing, D. D.  Boston: William Crosby and Co., 1842. 32 p.

 

50

Gannett, W. C.
Channing, and the Unitarian Movement in American. "Unity" Sunday School Lessons, Series V, Lessons 1-12.  Chicago: Western Unitarian Sunday School Society, 1893.  42 p.

 

51

Hall, Edward B.
A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of William Ellery Channing, Delivered in the First Congregational Church, Providence, R. I., October 12, 1842. Providence: B. Cranston and Co., 1842.   34 p.

 

52

Hedge, Frederic H.
A Sermon on the Character and Ministry of the Late Rev. William Ellery Channing, D. D., Preached in the Independent Congregational Church, Bangor, at the Annual Thanksgiving, November 17th, 1842.  Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, Printer, 1842.  19 p.

 

53

Norton, Jacob.
A Candid and Conciliatory Review of the Late Correspondence of the Reverend Dr. Worcester with the Reverend William E. Channing, on the Subject of Unitarianism, by a Serious inquirer.  Boston: Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, 1817.  88 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 15

Rice, Madeleine Hooke.
William Ellery Channing: the Making of a Social Gospel. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 97, no. 1 (Feb. 1953). Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1953. p. 31-43.

 

54

Services in Memory of Rev. William E. Channing, D. D., at the Arlington-Street
Church, Boston, on Sunday Evening, October 6, 1867.  Boston: Press of John Wilson and Son, 1867.  44 p.

 

55

Stuart, Moses.
A Letter to William E. Channing D. D. on the Subject of Religious Liberty.  2d ed. Boston: Perkins & Marvin, 1830.  52 p.

 

56

Tuckerman, Joseph.
A Sermon Preached on Sunday Evening, Nov. 2, 1834, at the Ordination of Charles F. Barnard and Frederick T. Gray, as Ministers at Large in Boston … With the Charge by William E. Channing.  Boston: Russell, Odiorne and Metcalf, and James Munroe and Co., 1834.  50 p.

 

Pt. 1 No. 173

Worcester, Samuel.
A Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the Subject of his Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thatcher, Relating to the Review in the Panoplist of American Unitarianism.  Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1815.   36 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 29

Worcester, Samuel.
A Second Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the Subject of Unitarianism. 2d ed. Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1815.  44 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 30

 

Part 3: Theodore Parker (Works by and about)

 

 

 

Coll. no.

Hubbard, Elbert.
Little Journeys to Homes of Reformers: Theodore Parker. Vol. 21, no. 3. East Aurora, N. Y.: Roycrofters, 1907.  p. 57-83.

 

1

National Federation of Religious Liberals (U.S.).
Theodore Parker Commemoration Programme, Tuesday Evening, May 10 …. N.p., 1910.  7 p.

 

2

Parker, Theodore.
A Discourse of the Function of a Teacher of Religion in These Times, Preached at the Ordination of Moses G. Kimball… on Wednesday, June 13, 1855. Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1855.   56 p.  2 copies.

 

3

Parker, Theodore.
A Discourse on the Transient and Permanent in Christianity; Preached at the Ordination of Mr. Charles C. Shackford … May 19, 1841. Boston, 1841. 39 p.

 3a

Parker, Theodore.
The Excellence of Goodness: a Sermon Preached in the Church of the Disciples, in Boston, on Sunday, January 26, 1845. Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1845. 16 p.

 

4

Parker, Theodore.
A Friendly Letter to the Executive Committee of the American Unitarian Association, Touching Their New Unitarian Creed or General Proclamation of Unitarian Views.  Boston: Benjamin B. Mussey & Co., 1853. 20 p.

 

5

Parker, Theodore.
A New Lesson for the Day: a Sermon Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, May 25, 1856.  Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1856. 40 p.

 

6

Parker, Theodore.
The Present Aspect of Slavery in America and the Immediate Duty of the North: a Speech Delivered in the Hall of the State House, Before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Convention on Friday Night, January 20, 1858. Boston: Bela Marsh, 1858. 44 p.

 

7

Parker, Theodore.
The Public Education of the People: an Oration Delivered Before the Onondaga Teachers' Institute, at Syracuse, N.Y., on the 4th of October, 1849. Boston: Wm. Crosby & H. P. Nichols, 1850.  59 p.  2 copies.

 

8

Parker, Theodore.
The Relation of Jesus to His Age and the Ages: a Sermon Preached at the Thursday Lecture, in Boston, December 26, 1844. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1845.  18 p.

 

9

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of Immortal Life: Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday September 20th, 1846.  Boston: Printed by George Coolidge, 1846.  32 p.

 

10

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of Merchants: Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, November 22d, 1846.  Boston: Printed by George Coolidge, 1847. 47 p.

 

11

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of the Consequences of an Immoral Principle and False Idea of Life, Preached at the Music Hall in Boston, on Sunday, November 26, 1854.  Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1855. 32 p.

 

12

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of the Dangerous Classes in Society, Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, Jan. 31. Boston: C. & J. M. Spear, 1847. 48 p.

 

13

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of the Mexican War: Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, June 25th, 1848. Boston: Coolidge and Wiley, 1848.  56 p.

 13a

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of the Moral Condition of Boston, Preached at the Melodeon on Sunday, Feb. 11, 1849.  Boston: Crosby and Nichols, 1849.  74 p.

 

14

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of the Moral Dangers Incident to Prosperity, Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, November 5, 1854. Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1855.  29 p.

 

15

Parker, Theodore.
A Sermon of War, Preached at the Melodeon on Sunday, June 7, 1846. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1846.  43 p.

 

16

Parker, Theodore.
The True Idea of a Christian Church, a Discourse Preached at His Installation as Minister of the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Church in Boston, January 4, 1846.  The Prophets, no. 2. N.p.: Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice, 1910. 21 p.

 

17

[Sargent, John T.]
The True Position of Rev. Theodore Parker, Being a Review of Rev. R. C. Waterston's Letter, in the Fourth Quarterly Report of the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches.  Boston: Andrews, Prentiss & Studley, 1845. 22 p.

 

18

The South-Boston Unitarian Ordination. Boston: Saxton & Peirce, 1841.  64 p.

 

Pt. 4 No. 23

Willis, Fred. L. H.
Theodore Parker in Spirit Life; a Narration of Personal Experience Inspirationally given to ….  Boston: William White & Co., 1868. 22 p.

 

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Part 4: Unitarian Doctrine

 

 

 

Coll. no.

Adams, Nehemiah.
A Letter to Rev. Ezra S. Gannett, of Boston, Occasioned by his Tract on Atonement. Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1840.  64 p.

 

1

Belsham, Thomas.
American Unitarianism: or a Brief History of the "Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America." Compiled, from Documents and Information Communicated by the Rev. James Freeman, D. D. and William Wells Jun. Esq. of Boston, and from Other Unitarian Gentlemen in this Country. 2d ed.  Boston: Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1815.  48 p.
 

 

2

Belsham, Thomas.
American Unitarianism: or a Brief History of the "Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America." Compiled, from Documents and Information Communicated by the Rev. James Freeman, D. D. and William Wells Jun. Esq. of Boston, and from Other Unitarian Gentlemen in this Country. 4th ed.  Boston: Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1815.  48 p.

 

3

Blanchard, Joshua P.
Review of a "Letter from a Gentleman in Boston to a Unitarian Clergyman of That City." 3d ed.  Boston: Wait, Greene, & Co., 1828.  24 p.

 

4

Channing, William Ellery.
A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher on the Aspersions Contained in a Late Number of the Panoplist, on the Ministers of Boston and the Vicinity.  2d ed.  Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.  35 p.

 

5

Channing, William Ellery.
A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher on the Aspersions Contained in a Late Number of the Panoplist, on the Ministers of Boston and the Vicinity.  3d ed. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.  36 p.

 

6

Channing, William Ellery.
Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Worcester's Letter to Mr. Channing on the "Review of American Unitarianism" in a Late Panoplist. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.  31, 5 p.

 

7

Cheever, George B.
Some of the Principles According to Which this World is Managed, Contracted with the Government of God, and the Principles Exhibited for Man's Guidance in the Bible, Delivered as an Address at the Religious Celebration, on the Fourth of July, in Salem. 2d ed.  Boston: Printed by Perkins & Marvin, 1833.  60 p.

 

8

Dalton, Henry.
Unitarianism Unmasked: a Letter to the Congregation of St. John's Church, Wolverhampton, Occasioned by and Address, Entitled, "Unitarianism the Religion of the Bible." Wolverhampton: Smart and Parke, 1831. 28 p.

 

9

Everett, James.
Objections to the Doctrine of the Miraculous Conception, Examined and Refuted: Being a Reply to a Sermon Entitled "Jesus of Nazareth the Son of Joseph," Preached on Christmas-Day, 1808, by Mr. David Davies, at the Unitarian Chapel, Belper, Derbyshire. London: Printed by George Nicholson, 1808.

 

10

Gardiner, John S. J.
A Preservative Against Unitarianism: a Sermon, Preached on Trinity Sunday, at Trinity Church, June 9, 1811. Boston: Munroe & Francis, 1811.  23 p.

 

11

Gillett, E. H.
"Bibliography of the Unitarian Controversy" from his "History and Literature of the Unitarian Controversy."  Historical Magazine 9 [2d ser.] (1871). p. 316-324 of p. 221-324.

 

12

[Goffe, Joseph].
The Result of Council at Princeton Incapable of Vindication: or, a Review of Dr. Bancroft's Vindication of the Result of the Late mutual Council Convened in Princeton. By a Member of the Council. Worcester: Printed by William Manning, 1817. 44 p.
 

 

13

Henry, Matthew.
Matthew Henry at Hackney. To Which is Added, Strictures on the Unitarian Writings of the Rev. Lant Carpenter, LL.D. London: Seeley and Son, 1824. 136 p.

 

14

An Impartial Investigation of the Nature and Tendency of the Unitarian Doctrines,
by a Friend of Truth. New-York: Printed for the Author by Hoyt & Bolmore, 1821. 20 p.
 

 

15

[Morse, Jedidiah].
Review of American Unitarianism [Extracted from the "Panoplist]. 2d ed. Boston: Samuel T. Armstrong, [1815].  31 p.  2 copies.

 

16

[Morse, Jedidiah].
Socinianism Unmasked: a Review of "American Unitarianism, or a Brief History of the Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America Compiled from Documents and information Communicated by the Rev. Js. Freeman, D. D. and W. Wells, jun. Esq. of Boston, and from Other Unitarian Gentlemen in this Country [America] by the Rev. Thomas Belsham of London." Extracted from the "Panoplist", a Periodical Work Published at Boston, in North America. With an Appendix, Containing Letters of President Jefferson and Dr. Priestley.  London: Printed for Williams and Son, [1815]. 48 p.

 

17

Norton, Jacob.
A Candid and Conciliatory Review of the Late Correspondence of the Reverend Dr. Worcester with the Reverend William E. Channing, on the Subject of Unitarianism, by a Serious inquirer.  Boston: Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, 1817.  88 p.

 

18

[Pond, Enoch].
Review of Mr. Whitman's Letters to Professor Stuart, on Religious Liberty, with an Appendix Not Before Published. 2d ed.  Boston: Peirce & Parker, 1831. 84 p.

 

19

[Proud, Joseph]
The Unitarian Doctrine that "Jesus Christ is a Mere Man, in All Respects Like unto Other Men, and no More" Completely Refuted. London: Printed by G. Davidson, 1806.  103 p.  [Drew's copy lacks cover and title page]

 

20

Refutation of a Tract Entitled, "One Hundred Scriptural Arguments for the
Unitarian Faith." London: James Nisbet & Co., 1855.  59 p.

 

21

[Savage, George].
Remarks on "American Unitarianism." By Amana.  Also, Two Letters to Dr. Priestley by the Rev. A. M. Toplady. Boston: Printed for the Author by T. G. Bangs, 1815.  36 p.

 

22

The South-Boston Unitarian Ordination. Boston: Saxton & Peirce, 1841.  64 p.

 

23

Tisent, Aaron.
Unitarian Logic Displayed; or Rev. John Grundy's Short, and Easy Method of Refuting Trinitarians Pointed Out in a Few Remarks on That Gentleman's Fist Lecture. Rochdale: Printed by J. Hartley, 1813.  12 p.

 

24

[Upham, Charles Wentworth].
The Charge of Ignorance and Misrepresentation Proved Against Rev. George B. Cheever. From the "Salem Gazette."  Salem, 1833.  24 p.

 

25

[Upham, Charles Wentworth.]
Charity Supported by Orthodoxy; Mr. Cheever Convicted of Ignorance and Misrepresentation, and the Unitarian Faith Vindicated.  From the Salem Gazette. Salem, 1834.  72 p.

 

26

[Wood, Thomas.]
A Letter Addressed to the Rev. John Grundy, Containing Structures upon a Sermon Delivered by Him Before an Assembly of Unitarian Ministers, at the Unitarian Chapel, in Lincoln, June 29, 1808.  Manchester: Printed by C. Wheeler and Son, 1810.  64 p.

 

27

Woods, Leonard.
Letters to Unitarians Occasioned by the Sermon of the Reverend William E. Channing at the Ordination of the Rev. J. Sparks. Andover: Flagg and Gould, 1820.  160 p.

 

28

Worcester, Samuel.
A Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the Subject of his Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thatcher, Relating to the Review in the Panoplist of American Unitarianism.  Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1815. 36 p.

 

29

Worcester, Samuel.
A Second Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the Subject of Unitarianism. 2d ed. Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1815.  44 p.

 

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