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Whitefield, George. Letter from ... in Answer to the Querists. 8vo., pp. 13. Boston, 1740.
■ Trial of His Spirit, in Remarks on his Fourth Journal. 8vo., pp. 46. [Rep.] Boston, 174.1.
— Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wefley, in Answer to his Sermon, entituled Free Grace. 8vo., pp. 31. Lond., 1741.
Vindication and Confirmation of the Remarkable Work of God
in New England. 8vo., pp. 32. [Rep.] Lond., 1742.
Letter from a Gentleman in Scotland to his Friend in New England, gontaining an Aceount of the Reception and Conduct of, in Scotland. 8vo., pp. 1$. Boston, 1743.
—— Four Letters by Jonah Smith, of Charlestown, taken from the London Weekly History of the Progress of the Gofpel, in reserence to. 8vo. [Impersect.] Edinburgh, 1743.
The Testimony of the President, etc., of Harvard College, in
Cambridge, against the Rev. George Whitefield, and his Conduct. 8vo. • Boston, 1744.
Testimony of an Association of Ministers, convened at Marlborough, 22d Jan., 1745. Also, Testimony of Ministers in the County of Bristol, against. 8vo., pp. 8. Boston, 1745.
Sentiments and Resolutions of an Association of Ministers at
Weymouth, 15th January, 1745, with the Opinion of Neh. Walter, of Roxbury, and Advice of N. Stone of Harwich. i2mo., pp. 15. Boston, 1745.
Reasons of the Western Association, why they Disapprove of
. . . 'Preaching in the New England Church. i2mo., pp. 8.
The Declaration of the New Haven Association concerning his
Conduct, etc. 8vo., pp. 8. Boston, 1745.
A Letter to . . . publicly calling upon him to vindicate his
conduct, or consess his faults. Third Edition. 8vo., pp. 8.
Letter to the Rev. the President and Prosessors, Tutors and
Hebrew Instructor, of Harvard College, in Cambridge, in Answer to a Testimony published by them against the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, and his Conduct. 4to. Boston, 1745.
An Elegiac Poem, Sacred to the Memory of the Rev. George
Whitefield, who died September 30, 1770, at Newburypoit. 4t0.
Whitefield, Henry. Fast Day Sermon at St. Margaret's, Lothbury, April 19th, 1793. 4to. Lond., 1793.
Whitehead, W. A Hymn to the Nymph of Bristol Springs. 4to., pp. 37. Lond., 1751.
Whitehead, William A. A Biographical Sketch of William Franklin, Governor from 1763 to 17 76. Read before New Jersey Historical Society, September 27th, 1848. 8vo.
Whitehouse, W. F. Agricola's Letters and Essays on Sugar Fanning in Jamaica. 8vo. Lond., 1845.
Whitelaw, J. (L Warburton and Robert Walsh). History of the City of Dublin, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time, etc. 2 vols., 4to. Lond., 1818.
Whitilock, Henry. Sermon delivered June 2d, 1812, at the Institution of the Rev. Philander Chase as Rector of Christ Church, Hartford. 8vo. Hartford, 18i2.
— Sermon, December 9th, 1812, at the Funeral of the Rev. Bela Hubbard, D. D. 8vo., pp. 22. New Haven, 1812.
Whitelocke, General. His Trial by Court Martial, etc. Portrait. 8vo., pp. 94. Lond. .
Whiting, Henry. Revolutionary Orders of General Washington, issued during the years 1778, '80, '81 and '82. Selected from the MSS. of John Whiting, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1844.
Whiting, William. Memoir of Rev. Jofeph Harrington. 12mo.
Whitman, Benjamin, Jr. The Heroes of the North; or, the Battles of Lake Erie and Champlain. 8vo. Boston, 1816.
Whitman, Bernard. Artillery Election Sermon, June 1, 1829. 12mo. Second Edition. Boston.
Whitman, Kilborn. Oration at ^ridgewater, October 4 th, 1798, at the request of the Columbian Society. 8vo., pp. 39.
Whitman, Levi. Sermon at Wellfleet, March 9th, 1800, on the Death of Captain William Chipman, Murdered by Pirates in the West Indies. 8vo., pp. 20. Boston, 1800.
Whitney, Josiah. Connecticut Election Sermon, May 8th, 17185. 8vo. Hartford.
Whitney, Peter. The History of the County of Worcester, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 8vo. Worcester, 1793.
Discourse at Quincy, October 19th, 1811, at the Interment of
Hon. Richard Cranch. 8vo., pp. 19. Boston, 1811.
— Fast Day Discourse at Quincy and Hingham, July 23d, 1812. 8vo., pp. 16. Boston, 1812.
Whitney, Reuben M. Memorial to the House of Representatives, United States, in relation to the Charges made against him, as a Witness before the Committee of Investigation into the Affairs of the Bank of the United States, March, 1832. 8vo.
Whiton, John M. Sketches of the History of New Hampshire, from its Settlement in 1623 to 1833, comprising Notices of the Memorable Events, etc. 12mo. Concord, 1834.
Whittelsey, Samuel. Sermon at the Ordination of Mr. Samuel Whittelsey, Jr., Milford, December 9th, 1737. 8vo.
Whittier, John G. Poems by . . . i2mo. Phil., 1838.
Supernaturalism of New England. i2mo. N. Y., 1847.
Whittingham, William R. A Letter to the Right Rev. Francis Patrick Kenrick, Romish Bishop . . . and Coadjutor of the Bishop of Philadelphia. 8vo. N. Y., 1841.
Whitwell, Benjamin. Eulogy on the Virtues of General George Washington, Augusta, 22d February, 1800. 8vo., pp. 18.
Whitwell, William. Discourse occasioned by the Lofs of a number of Vessels, with their Mariners, delivered December 17th, 1769. 8vo., pp. 21. Salem, 1770.
1 Sermon occasioned by the Death of John Barnard, delivered 29th January, 1770. 8vo., pp. 31. Salem.
Whitworth, Sir Charles. Seq Davenant.
Wicks, Thomas. Historical Discourse commemorative of the Organi2ation of the Congregational Church in Marietta (Ohio), delivered at the First Semi-Centennial Celebration, December 6th, 1846. 8vo. Marietta, 1847.
Wier2bicki, F. P. California as it is, and as it may be; or, a Guide to the Gold Region. Second Edition. 8vo. San Francisco, 1849.
Wigglesworth, Edward. Discourse concerning the Duration of the Punishment of the Wicked in a Future State. 8vo., pp. 19.
■ Two Lectures on the Trial of Spirits, Harvard College, April 22d and 29th, 1735. 8vo., pp. 33. Boston, 1735.
Two Lectures after Rev. Mr. Whitefield's Preaching at Cambridge, Harvard College, November i2th and 19th, 1754. 8vo., pp. 34. Boston, 1754.
Two Discourses on the Distinguishing Characters of the Extraordinary and Ordinary Ministers of the Church of Christ. 8vo., pp. 34. Boston, 1754.
Dudleian Lecture, Harvard College, May 11th, 1757. 8vo.,
pp. 31. Boston, 1757.
— The Doctrine of Reprobation briefly Considered, etc. 8vo., pp. 48. Boston, 1763.
Wigglesworth, Edward. Dudleian Lecture, Harvard College, November 5th, 1777. 8vo. Boston, 1778.
Wigglesworth, Samuel. Sermon occasioned by the Earthquake of October 29th, 1727, at Ipswich, November 1st, 1727. 8vo., pp. 42. Boston, 1728.
—— and John Chipman. Remarks on some Points of Doctrine, etc., Propagated by the Rev. Mr. William Baleh, etc. 4to.
Massachusetts Election Sermon, May, 1733. 8vo.
Wigglesworth^ Samuel. Funeral Sermon delivered in Ipswich, January 5th, 1746. (John Rogers.) 8vo. Boston, 1746.
Wight, Andrew. The Trial of . . . for Libel against Governor Strong, at Northampton, 1806. 8vo. Northampton, 1806.
Wight, Elnathan. Sermon at his own Ordination at Bellingham, January 15th, 1755. 8vo. [Impersect.] Boston, 1755.
Wilbar, John. A Narrative and Exposition of the late Proceedings of the New England Yearly Meeting, with some of its Subordinate Meetings and their Committees, in relation to the Doctrinal Controversy now existing in the Society of Friends, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1845.
Wilbar, John. Same, of the New England Quarterly Meeting, etc., Friends. i2010. N. Y., 1845.
Wilberforce, Samuel. A Reproof of the American Church, by the Bishop of Oxford. Extracted from a "History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America." With an Introduction by an American Churchman. 8vo. N. Y., 1846.
Wilberforce, William. A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Prosessed Christians, etc. i2mo. [Am. Tract Society.] N. Y.
Wilcocke, Samuel Hull. History of the Vice-Royalty of Buenos Ayres, etc. Plates. 8vo. Lond. .
Wilder, John. Discourse aster the Death of Deacon Ebene2er Lane, Attleborough, May, 1790. 8vo., pp. 30. 'Providence.
Discourse on Fast Day, May 9th, 1798. 8vo., pp. 27.
—— Discourse on the Importance of being prepared for Judgment, preached in Attleborough, February 3d, 1805. 8vo., pp. 24.
— Discourse before the Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, 12d February, 1805. 8vo., pp. i2. Providence.
Discourse in Attleborough, at the Interment of the Hon. Elisha
May. 8vo., pp. 20. Providence, 1812.
Wilkes, John. The Battle of the Quills; or, Wilkes Attacked and Desended, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1768.
[ ] The North Briton. Vol. I. Folio. Lond., 1769.
Works of . . . formerly published under the title of the North
Briton. 3 vols., i2mo. Lond.
[wilkins, Isaac] Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, held at Philadelphia, 5th September, 1774, etc. By a Farmer. 8vo. 1774.
—— The Congress Canvassed; or, an Examination into the Conduct of the Delegates, at their Grand Convention, in Philadelphia, September 1st, 1774, etc. By A. W. Farmer. 8vo. 1774.
—— A View of the Controversy between Great Britain and her Colonies ... in a Letter to the Author of a Full Vindieation, etc. By A. W. Farmer. 8vo. N. Y., 1774.
—— Sermon before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York, Albany, October 5th, 1803. 8vo., pp. 36. N. Y., 1804.
Wilkins, John. An Essay towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language. Fol. Lond., 1668.
— Discovery of a New World; or, a Discourse tending to prove that it is probable there may be another Habitable World in the Moon, etc. In Two Parts. Fifth Edition. 8vo. Lond., 1684.
Wilkins, John. Memorial against, Commandant in the Illinois Country, with a Collection of Pieces, translated from the French, or copied from originals in English, containing the most interesting sacts which happened in the Illinois Country, from the beginning of 1768 to 17th September, 1770. In French and English. 8vo.
Wilkinson, C. A Tour through Asia Minor and the Greek Islands, etc. i2mo. Lond., 1806.
Wilkinson, Eli2a. Letters of, during the Invasion and Possession of Charleston (S. C.), by the British in the Revolutionary War; arranged from the original MSS., by Caroline Gilman. i2mo.
N. Y., 1839.
Wilkinson, James. Memoirs of my own Times. 3 vols., 8vo. (with 4to. vol. of Diagrams and Plans). Phil., 1816.
Wilkinson, J. B. The Annals of Binghamton and of the Country Connected with it, from the Earliest Settlement. 12mo.
Wilkinson, T. Visitation Sermon, May 30th, 1805 (on Calvinism).
8vo. Harborough, 1805.
Wilks, John. An Apology for the Missionary Society. 8vo.,pp. 61.
Willard, Emma. History of the United States, or Republic of America, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1828.
—— Answer to Marcius Willson's Reply, or Second Appeal to the Public. 8vo. 'N. Y., 1847.
Reply to Mrs. Willard's Appeal. 8vo. N. Y., 1847.
Willard, Joseph. Funeral Sermon, delivered May 13th, 1790 (Timothy Hillard). 8vo. Boston, 1790.
Discourse before the Ancient and Honorable Society of Free and
Accepted Masons, June 24th, 5808. 8vo., pp. 20.
Morristown, 1 808.
Address in Latin; with a Discourse in English, by Prosessor
David Tappan, on the Death of General Washington, etc., Cambridge, Feb. 21, 1800. 8vo., pp. 44. [Charlestown], 1800.
Willard, Joseph. An Address in commemoration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of Lancaster, Mass. With an Appendix. 8vo. Boston, 1853.
Willard Memoir; or, Life and Times of Major Simon Willard,
etc. 8vo. Boston, 1858.
Willard, Samuel. Ne Sutor ultra Crepidam; or, Brief Animadversions upon the New England Anabaptist's late Fallacious Narrative, etc. 4W. Boston, 1681.
— Walking with God, the Great Duty and Privilege of True Christians. In Two Sermons, in the year 1700. i2mo., pp. 56.
—— The Fountain Opened, etc. Sermon from Zech. viii. 1, on the National Conversion of the Jews. Second Edition. 12mo.
Willard, Sidney. Memories of Youth and Manhood. 2 vols., i6mo. Cambridge, 1855.
Willard, Simon, Jr. The Columbian Union. i2mo. Hudson, 1814.