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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 10. The Age of Johnson.


XV. Divines.

Bibliography.



A. GENERAL WORKS

Abbey, C. J. The English Church and its Bishops, 1700–1800. 2 vols. 1887.
Abbey, C. J. and Overton, J. H. The English Church in the 18th century. 2 vols. 1878. New edn. 1887.
Hunt, J. Religious Thought in England to the end of the 18th century. 3 vols. 1870–3.
Hutton, W. H. The English Church from the accession of Charles I to the death of Queen Anne. [With useful bibliographies.] 1903.
Lathbury, T. History of the Nonjurors. 1845.
Millar, J. H. The mid-eighteenth century. Edinburgh, 1902.
Overton, J. H. Life in the English Church, 1660–1717. 1885.
——The Nonjurors: their lives, principles, and writings. 1902.
——The English Church from the accession of George I to the end of the eighteenth century. 1906.
Stephen, Sir L. English Thought in the 18th century. 2 vols. 1876.

B. PARTICULAR WRITERS


Francis Atterbury, Bp. of Rochester

Miscellaneous Works. With historical notes by J. Nichols. 5 vols. 1789–98.
A Discourse occasion'd by the death of Lady Cutts. 1698.
The Rights and Privileges of an English Convocation stated and vindicated. 1700.
See, also, Vol. IX, Chap. XIII, and bibliography.
Beeching, H. C. Francis Atterbury. 1909.

Joseph Bingham

Works. 2 vols. 1726. 9 vols. Ed. Pitman, J. R. 1840. New edn by Bingham, R. 10 vols. Oxford, 1855.
Origines ecclesiasticae, or the antiquities of the Christian church. 10 vols. 1708–22.
Transl. into Latin by Grischow, J. H., 10 vols. Halle, 1724–9.

Thomas Brett (1667–1743)

A Sermon on remission of sins according to the Scriptures and the doctrine of the Church of England. 1711. 2nd edn. 1712; 3rd edn. 1715.
A Sermon of the honour of the Christian priesthood. 1712.
The divine right of episcopacy. 1718.
A general history of the world. 1729. 2nd edn. 1732.

Joseph Butler


See Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.


Richard Cumberland, Bp. of Peterborough


See Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.


Thomas Deacon

A Communion Office [for Non jurors]. 1718.
A compleat collection of devotions. 1734.
A full, true, comprehensive view of Christianity. 1747. 2nd edn. 1748.
Sutton, C. W. The writings of T. Deacon and J. Owen. Manchester, 1879.
Broxap, H. A biography of Thomas Deacon, the Manchester Non-Juror. Manchester, 1911.



Henry Dodwell (d. 1711)

See Vol. VIII, Chap. XII, bibliography, and Vol. IX, Chaps. XI and XIII, bibliographies.

John William Fletcher

Works. 8th edn. 7 vols. 1826.
Checks to Antinomianism. 1771, etc.
Zelotus and Honestus reconciled; or an Equal Check given to Pharisaism and Antinomianism. 1774.

Thomas Herring, Abp. of Canterbury

Seven Sermons on public occasions. 1763.
Letters to William Duncombe, Esq., deceased, from the year 1728 to the year 1757. With notes and an appendix. 1777.

James Hervey


See Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.


Benjamin Hoadly, Bp. of Winchester

Works. Published by his son John Hoadly. With a life. 3 vols. 1773.
A Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. 1735.
[Answered by Waterland in A Review of the Doctrine of the Eucharist.]
See, also, Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.

Humphrey Hody (1659–1707)

The Resurrection of the (same) Body asserted. 1694.
A History of English Councils and Convocations. 1701.
De Bibliorum textibus originalibus. Oxford, 1705.

Richard Hurd, Bp. of Worcester (1720–1808)

Moral and Political Dialogues. 1759.
Letters on Chivalry and Romance. 1762.
An Introduction to the Study of the Prophecies concerning the Christian Church, and in particular concerning the Church of Papal Rome. 1772.

John Johnson (1662–1725)

Theological Works. 2 vols. 1847.
The Clergyman’s Vade Mecum. 2 pts. 1708–9.
The Unbloody Sacrifice and Altar unvail'd and supported. 2 pts. 1714–17.

Samuel Johnson (d. 1703)


See Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.


White Kennett, Bp. of Peterborough

Parochial antiquities attempted in the history of Ambrosden, etc. 1695.
Ecclesiastical Synods and Parliamentary Convocations … historically stated and vindicated from the misrepresentations of Mr. Atterbury. 1701.
Life, by Newton, W. 1730.
See, also, Vol. IX, Chaps. VII and VIII, bibliography.

Thomas Secker, Abp. of Canterbury

Works. Ed. Porteus, B. 6 vols. 1825.
Sermons on several subjects. Ed. Porteus, B. and Stinton, G. To which is added a review of his life and character. 7 vols. 1770–1.
Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England. 1769.

Thomas Sherlock, Bp. of London

Remarks on the Bp. of Bangor’s [Hoadly’s] treatment of the Clergy and Convocation. 1717.
A Letter to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster on occasion of the late Earthquakes. 1750.
See, also, Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.

George Smalridge, Bp. of Bristol

Sixty sermons preach'd on several occasions. 1726. 2nd edn. 1727. New edn. 2 vols. Oxford, 1852.

Augustus Montague Toplady

Works. New edn. with a memoir of the author. 6 vols. 1825. 6 vols. 1828.
The Historic Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England. 1774.
Psalms and Hymns for public and private worship. 1776.
Wright, T. A. M. Toplady. 1911.

Thomas Wagstaffe, the elder (1645–1712)

A Vindication of King Charles the Martyr proving that His Majesty was the author of [char] 1693; 1697.
A Defence of the Vindication. 1699.

William Wake, Abp. of Canterbury


See Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.


Daniel Waterland

A Review of the doctrine of the Eucharist. Cambridge, 1737. Rptd., Oxford, 1896.
See, also, Vol. IX, Chap. XI, bibliography.

John Wesley

Works. 32 vols. Bristol, 1771–4. 11th edn. 15 vols. 1856–62.
A Collection of Psalms and Hymns. Charlestown, 1737.
For later Collections of Hymns issued by John and Charles Wesley, see Julian, J., Dictionary of Hymnology, 2nd edn., 1907.
Journal. 21 pts. [1739]–91. 4 vols. 1827. Abridged, 1902. Ed. Curnock, N. (Standard edn.) 1909- (in course of publication).
Coke, T. and Moore, H. Life of John Wesley. 1792. New edn. 2 vols. 1824–5.
Green, R. Bibliography of the works of John and Charles Wesley. 1896.
Southey, R. Life of Wesley. 2 vols. 1820.
Tyerman, L. The life and times of Wesley. 3 vols. 1870–1.
Whitehead, J. Life of John Wesley. 2 vols. 1791–3.

Charles Wesley

Journal. Ed. Jackson, T. 2 vols. 1849.
Jackson, T. Life and Correspondence of Charles Wesley. 2 vols. 1841.
Telford, J. Life of Charles Wesley. 1887. New edn. 1900.
See, also, John Wesley.

George Whitefield

Works. Ed. Gillies, J. 6 vols. 1771–2.
Journals. 1738–41.
A Short Account of God’s dealings with G. Whitefield. 1740.
A Full Account. 1747.
A Further Account. 1747.
Journals; to which is prefixed his Short Account and Further Account. Ed. Wale, W. 1905.
Tyerman, L. Life of G. Whitefield. 2 vols. 1876.

Thomas Wilson, Bp. of Sodor and Man

Collected Works. 2 vols. 1781. 6 vols. Oxford, 1847–63.
Principles and Duties of Christianity. In English and Manks. 1707.
A short and plain Instruction for the better understanding of the Lord’s Supper. 1736. 32nd edn. 1807.
The knowledge and practice of Christianity made easy. 3rd edn. 1742.
Sacra privata. Bath, 1786.
Parochialia. 1791.
Keble, John. The Life of Th. Wilson. 2 vols. Oxford, 1863.
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