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Ian J. Shaw

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The Bibliography is divided into primary and secondary sources. The Primary Sources section begins with archives (including manuscript and printed reports). The archives are listed in alphabetical order. For convenience of reference, both manuscript and printed materials have been included within each archive listing. Where relevant, material within each archive relating to a specific individual has been listed under a separate subheading. After the archives, the sermons of the six individuals with whom this study is concerned are listed in alphabetical order of preacher, followed by sermons and tracts of other individuals that are pertinent to the study. The next four sections list parliamentary papers; directories; newspapers; and items from nineteenth‐century religious periodicals and journals respectively. The final section includes reports from various churches and other voluntary societies.

Secondary sources are grouped together, followed by theses and unpublished manuscripts.

Primary Sources

Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society Archives (held at Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society (Pilgrim Homes), Head Office: Nasmith House, 175 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2AL.)

Aged Pilgrims' Asylum, Camberwell, Minute Book, 1837–47.

Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, Camberwell, Lady Visitors' Minutes, 1835–52.

Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, Casebook, fos. 1–5140.

Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society Minute Book, 1825–32.

Annual Reports of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, Rules of the Society, London 1852.

Forty‐Fifth Annual Report of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, London, 1852.

Minute Book for Bethel Asylum, Havil Street, Camberwell, including Indenture of 17 September 1841, between William Peacock, and Joseph Irons, Joseph Barber Wilks, and James Duthoit. (p.352)

Seventeenth Annual Report of the Aged Pilgrims' Asylum, Camberwell, Camberwell, 1852.

Brixton Tabernacle Archive (held at Brixton Tabernacle, Stockwell Road, Brixton, London, including Surrey Tabernacle Records)

Church Members' Meetings Minute Book, including applications for membership and baptism, Surrey Tabernacle, 1842–63.

Church Members' Meetings Minute Book, Surrey Tabernacle, 1862–6.

Church Members' Meetings Minute Book, Surrey Tabernacle, 1865–72.

Deacons' Minute Book, Surrey Tabernacle, 1862–76.

Deed of Trust of the New Surrey Tabernacle, Wansey Street, Walworth Road, Walworth, Surrey, 10 October 1866.

Jones, T., and Crowther, W., Services in Connection With the Decease and Funeral of the Late Mr James Wells, London, 1872.

Surrey Tabernacle Church Members' List, 1830–47.

Surrey Tabernacle Church Members' List, 1830–82.

The Surrey Tabernacle Witness, London, 1890 (vol. ii), 1891 (vol. iii), 1905 (vol. xv).

Diocese of Chester, Ecclesiastical Records (held at Chester Record Office, Chester)

Bishops' Act Book, January 1809–July 1825, EDA 1/10.

Bishops' Registers, EDA 2/13.

Clergy Licences, EDV 2/62, 63ff 33.34; EDV 2/64 (1817) ff 42.

Diocesan Visitation, 1804, Collegiate Church, Manchester, EDV 7/3/325.

Diocesan Visitation Returns, 1821: mf 44/20; mf 44/21; mf 44/22. 6/349–57. 7/545; mf 44/23.

Dissenting Places of Worship, EDA 13/2.

Subscription Books, EDA 4/6, 1827–32; EDA 4/7, 1832–9; EDA 4/8, 1839–51.

Greater London Record Office (40 Northampton Road, London)

Andrew Reed

Baptismal Register, New Road Meeting, 1811–17, N/C/23/1.

Baptismal Register, 1850–73, Wycliffe Chapel, Stepney, N/C/40/1.

Church Book, Wycliffe Chapel Roll 1867–91, N/C/40/11.

Members' Roll, 1822–67, New Road and Wycliffe Chapel, N/C/40/10.

Minute Book of the Committee Meetings of Wycliffe Sunday Boys' School, 1843–67, N/C/40/21.

Minute Book of Wycliffe Chapel Sabbath School, Commencing October 1882, N/C/40/20.

Minutes of Deacons' Meetings and Church Meetings, Wycliffe Chapel, 1 June 1849–31 January 1851, N/C/40/3 (second half of book). (p.353)

Minutes of Deacons' Meetings and Church Meetings, Wycliffe Chapel, Commencing 29 November 1861, N/C/40/3 (first half of book).

Minutes of Teachers' Meetings of Wycliffe Chapel Boys' Sabbath School, October 1843–9, N/C/40/17.

Minutes of Teachers' Meetings of Wycliffe Chapel Boys' Sabbath School, October 1849–63, N/C/40/18.

Wycliffe Chapel Balance Sheets, 1848–1907, N/C/40/13.

Wycliffe Chapel Burial Ground Register, September 1831–December 1840, N/C/40/23.

Wycliff [sic] Chapel Burial Ground Register, 1840–9, N/C/40/24.

Wycliffe Chapel Burial Ground Register, 1849–1902, N/C/40/25.

Wycliffe Chapel Girls' Sunday School, Minutes of Meetings of Teachers and Quarterly Meetings and Subcommittee Meetings, 22 January 1849–3 June 1868, N/C/40/16.

James Wells

Records of the Surrey Tabernacle Benefit Society, Deposited in the Greater London Record Office, 6 July 1987, Accession no. 2450.

Item 1. Management Committee Minutes, 1866–79 and 1891–7.

Item 20. Copies of Society Rules.

Grove Chapel Archives (held at Grove Chapel, Camberwell Grove, Camberwell, London)

Deacons' Meetings and Church Meetings Minute Book, Grove Chapel, Camberwell, 1819–62.

List of Members Admitted to Grove Chapel, Camberwell, December 21 1818–December 22nd, 1833.

Register of Baptisms Solemnised With Water in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost by Ministers of a Congregation of Dissenting Protestants Assembling in Grove Chapel in the Parish of Surry [sic], 1819–65.

Manchester Central Reference Library

William Gadsby

Certificate or Statement to Accompany the Register Books to the Commissioners for Inquiry into the State, Custody, and Authenticity of Non‐Parochial Registers, Record Book from St. George's Road Baptist Chapel, Signed and Sent 10 April, 1837, signed by William Gadsby and William Atherton, MF 276.

Letters from William Gadsby to E. Blackstock, 15 in number, dated 1827–34, MS. 922.6 G6. (p.354)

William Nunn

Archdeaconry of Manchester Visitations, Archdeacon Rushton's Visitation Returns, (n.d.), msf 942. 72 R121, vol. xxxvii.

The Electors Guide, Containing a List of the Names of Those Electors of the Borough of Manchester who Voted at the First Election held on the 12th, 13th, and 14th Days of December 1832. With their Residences and Qualifications and the Names of the Candidates for Whom they Voted, B.R. 352 042 M45.

Hymns for the Use of Sunday Schools in Manchester, M103/19/12/1–2.

Manchester Poll Book: The Poll for the Election of a Member of Parliament for the Borough of Manchester, taken between the Rt. Hon. Sir George Murray and Robert Hyde Greg. esq., on Thursday and Friday, the 5th and 6th September 1839, Manchester, 1839, BR. 352 042 M45 A.

Milner, G. ‘Notes concerning the Origin of Sunday Schools in Manchester, the Story of Bennett Street Sunday School’, in St. Paul's Bazaar Album, 12–15 April 1893, M103/18/5/1–38.

—— ‘The Story of Bennett Street Sunday School, and its Connection with St. Paul's Church’, in A Souvenir of St. Paul's Bazaar, Held in St. James' Hall, April 12–15th, April 1893, Manchester, Manchester, 1893, M 330/1/35/2.

Register of baptisms in the chapelry of St. Clement's, Manchester, Commencing 1812, including copy of baptism registers and other miscellaneous data, St. Clement's, Lever Street, collected by Clifford Bratt, MFBR 841.

Bennett Street Sunday School Collection

Bennett Street Building Fund Reports 1817–24, M103/6/1/1.

Bennett Street Building Fund Reports, 1818–24, including handwritten accounts, M103/6/1/2.

Bennett Street Sunday School, Boys' Rolls 1818–19, M103/8/5/1

Boys' Attendance Register, including Teachers' Rolls, 1822–3, M103/8/5/3.

Boys Attending Bennett Street Sunday School, M103/8/1/1

Building Fund Reports, M103/9/1–2.

Diary of Benjamin Braidley, MSS, 22 January 1815–25 December 1815, M103/18/6/1.

Diary of Benjamin Braidley, MSS, 1 January 1816–23 October 1823, M103/18/6/2.

Girls' Attendance Register, 1818–19, M103/8/6/1.

Girls' Attendance Register, and List of Teachers, 1822–3, M103/8/6/3.

Girls Attending Bennett Street Sunday School, M103/8/1/2.

Hymn and Obituary to David Stott, founder (1801) of Bennett Street Sunday School, died 26 February 1848, age 68, M103/19/7/1–19.

(p.355) Letters concerning the doctrinal controversy at Bennett Street Sunday School, from Benjamin Braidley, 20 July 1824, M103/1/1/3.

List of Managers, Visitors, Trustees, Bennett Street Sunday School, 1818–1944, M103/7/1.

Minutes of the Proceedings of the Subscribers and Trustees of the Sunday School under the Establishment, Bennett Street, Manchester, 1818, M103/1/1/1.

Minutes of Trustees', Visitors', Teachers', Management, and School Committee, 1822–31, M103/1/2.

No. 1 Admission Register, M103/8/2.

Numbers of Children Attending Bennett Street Sunday School; Books Lent Out, M103/8/7/1.

Outline of opposition to Nunn's doctrine and scripture references, by Benjamin Braidley, 28 June 1824, M103/1/1/2.

Reports of Present State of Sunday Schools in Manchester, 1788–1814, M103/19/10/1–18.

Reports of St. Clement's and St. Luke's Sunday School Sick Society, Manchester, 1814–25, M103/10/24/1.

Reward Books Given in the Years 1817–22 in the St. Clement's Sunday School, M103/8/10/3.

Rules of Bennett Street Sunday School, M103/3/1–2.

Sunday School Accounts, offerings from children, for Sunday Schools, and Missionary Societies, M103/4/10.

William McKerrow

Baptismal Register, Lloyd Street Evangelical Presbyterian, or Secession Church of Scotland, 1799–1837, Supplied to the Commissioners for Inquiry into the State, Custody, and Authenticity of Non‐Parochial Registers, by William McKerrow, 5 August 1837, MFDR 276.

Bargain of Sale and Conveyance of Trusts of a Plot of Land and Church Erected thereon in Brunswick Street, Chorlton‐on‐Medlock, Manchester, 1859.

Constitution and General Laws of the Home Mission and Church Extension Board of the Lancashire Presbytery of the United Presbyterian Church, Manchester, 1855.

Hymns for Singing, Lloyd Street Sabbath School, Manchester (United Presbyterian Church), Whitsuntide, 1850, Manchester, 1850.

Programme for Choir Meeting, Friday Evening, November 28th, 1851, United Presbyterian Church, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Manchester, 1851.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 26th November, 1860, Manchester, 1860. (p.356)

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 24th November, 1862, Manchester, 1862.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 30th November, 1863, Manchester, 1863.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 27th November, 1865, Manchester, 1865.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 25th November, 1867, Manchester, 1867.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to and Adopted by the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 30th November, 1868, Manchester, 1868.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to and Adopted by the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 29th November, 1869, Manchester, 1869.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to and Adopted by the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 28th November, 1870, Manchester, 1870.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to and Adopted by the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 27th November, 1872, Manchester, 1872.

Report of the United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester; Presented to and Adopted by the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 29th November, 1875, Manchester, 1875.

United Presbyterian Church, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Report of the Committee of Management As Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, held on 19th December, 1853, With an Abstract of the Reports of the Various Societies Connected With the Church, and the Treasurers' Accounts, Manchester, 1853.

United Presbyterian Church, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Report of the Committee of Management As Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 18th December, 1854, With an Abstract of the Reports of the Various Societies Connected With the Church and the Treasurers' Accounts, Manchester, 1854.

United Presbyterian Church, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Report of the Committee of Management As Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, Held on 14th December 1855, With an Abstract of the Reports of the Various Societies Connected With the Church and the Treasurer's Accounts, Manchester, 1856.

The United Presbyterian Church, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Report of the Home and Foreign Missionary Society for 1852, Manchester, 1853. (p.357)

Cuttings and Miscellaneous Newspaper Articles

Bond, J., ‘William Gadsby’, in Cuttings from Manchester Weekly Times, MCRL, Q 942 7389 M79.

Crewdson Isaac, in Biography 49, MCRL.

Manchester City News, 1866, ‘An Account of the Manchester Charities’, MCRL L1/59/19/2.

Manchester City News, Cuttings, ii, Article on William Gadsby by J. C. Lockhart, Manchester, 1879.

Manchester City News, Cuttings, iii, 1904–70, MCRL.

Manchester City News, ‘Notes and Queries’, paras. 1149, 1162.

Manchester City News, ‘Odds and Ends’, ed. G. Milner, ii, 1869–74.

Manchester Guardian, ‘Notes and Queries’, paras. 1285, 1874.

Mosley Family Documents and Cuttings, MCRL MSF 929 2 Mo 16.

Newspaper Cuttings, Religion, Roman Catholic and Church of England Churches, Box 494. MCRL.

Newspaper Cuttings, Social, Welfare, and Medical Services, Hospitals, MCRL. CL–M, Box 374.

Obituary Notices, John Hollist, Unidentified Cutting, MCRL. M1, iii, (1847–50), p. 58.

Obituary Notices, William Huntingdon, MCRL O1 P17.

‘Odds and Ends’, xxv, Manchester, 1879 (Manuscript magazine).

Public Record Office, Kew

Census returns of Great Britain, religious census of 1851, individual returns for Manchester churches, PRO class no. HO 129, piece no. 473. F. 04.6.

Scottish Record Office, Edinburgh

William McKerrow

Kilmarnock Presbytery Minutes, United Secession Church, Scottish Record Office (SRO) CH3/191/vol. i (1795–1820) and vol. ii (1820–47).

United Reformed Church Library, Tavistock Place, London (Since the completion of the research for this book, this archive has been broken up, and dispersed to the Dr Williams's Library, London; Westminster College, Cambridge; and a variety of local record offices.)

Joseph Irons (Home Missionary Society Records)

Home Missionary Society (Committee) Minutes, Minute Book 1.

First Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, Presented at the General Meeting, at the City of London Tavern, Monday 15th May 1820, London, 1820.

Fourth Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, London, 1823. (p.358)

Home Missionary Society Reports, 1820—1830, London.

Ninth Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, London, 1828.

Second Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, Presented at the General Meeting, the City of London Tavern Monday 14th May 1821, London, 1821.

Seventh Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, London, 1826.

Tenth Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, London, 1829.

Third Annual Report of the Home Missionary Society, Presented at the General Meeting, the City of London Tavern Monday 13th May 1822, London, 1822.

William McKerrow

Account Sheets, Lloyd Street Chapel, 1854—5.

Baptismal Register, Lloyd Street Chapel, then Brunswick Street Chapel, 1847—92.

Card commemorating the laying of the foundation stone, Brunswick Street Chapel.

Catalogue of Books in Brunswick Street Sabbath School Library, 1873.

‘Charges of Insubordination and Unconstitutional Conduct Against Sabbath School Teachers’ [Brunswick Street], United Presbyterian Church Magazine, 2 May 1868.

‘Church Music in Manchester, vi. The Presbyterians’, The Free Lance, 28 Sept. 1867, pp. 99—100.

Clothing Society Report, United Presbyterian Church, Lloyd Street, Manchester, 1850.

Copy of the Case for the Opinion of Mr Hedge, and his Opinion, 1856 (concerning the sale of Lloyd Street Chapel).

‘The Death of Rev. Dr McKerrow, Manchester’, and a poem, Weekly Review, 8 June 1848, p. 541.

Deed of Trust, Brunswick Street United Presbyterian Church, 1859.

‘Dr McKerrow's Jubilee’, Manchester Examiner and Times, 19 December 1876.

Estimate for the building of the sabbath School, Brunswick Street.

Estimate for the heating of Brunswick Street Chapel, 1858.

‘Fasti William McKerrow, DD Heidelberg, 1851: The Reverend William’, manuscript biographical sketch.

Graham, W., ‘The Late Dr William McKerrow’, United Presbyterian Magazine, 1 August 1878, pp. 356—61.

‘Jubilee of Dr McKerrow’, United Presbyterian Magazine, 1 February 1877.

Letter dated 14 June 1878 from Sparkbrook, Birmingham, to Mr James Riddel (secretary of the Management Committee, Brunswick Street Presbyterian Church), from J. M. McKerrow, thanking the church for their letter of condolence. (p.359)

Letter of dismissal in full communion of Mr James Taylor, 17 April 1859, signed by William McKerrow.

Lloyd Street (then Brunswick Street) Chapel Communion Roll, 1799 onwards.

Members of Session and Communion Roll, Lloyd Street, 1827–50 (Reverse of above book).

Memoranda concerning the contract for the building of Brunswick Street Chapel.

Minute Book of Management Meetings, 1847–67, Lloyd Street Chapel, then Brunswick Street Chapel, 1847–64.

Minute Book of Trustees, Special Church Meetings, Management Committee (including Annual Reports of Various Chapel Societies), Lloyd Street Chapel, 1837–46.

Minutes of Lloyd Street Chapel Session, Vestry Minutes, 1828–50.

Miscellaneous letters from the sons and grandsons of William McKerrow.

Note of a meeting to be called concerning the sale of Lloyd Street Chapel.

Note regarding meeting about pew rents.

Presbyterian Church of England, Brunswick Street, Manchester, Manual for 1908–1909, March 1909.

Proceedings of Annual Meetings, Special Church Meetings, and Management Meetings, Lloyd Street Chapel, Manchester, 1837–46.

Prospectus for the building fund for the new school room, Manchester, 4 March 1857.

Prospectus for the Formation of a Nonconformist Association for the Promotion of Religious Equality, Manchester, 1871.

Receipt for stained glass, 1858.

Receipts for loans for the building of Brunswick Street Chapel, 1852.

Reminiscences of Mary Ann Hartley of Lloyd Street Chapel and Sunday school.

Report of Brunswick Street Building Committee, 1858.

Report of Committee of Management to the Annual Congregational Meeting, 1853, Manchester, 1853.

Report of Lloyd Street United Presbyterian Church, December, 1854, Manchester, 1854.

Report of United Presbyterian Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester, 1870, Manchester, 1870.

‘Review of the “End of the Perfect and Upright Man”, A Sermon Preached on 26 November 1837 by William McKerrow, on the death of Robert Jack’, United Secession Church Magazine, 6/9 (Sept. 1838): 474–77.

‘Review of “On Solid Reading and Its Advantages”, Manchester, 1853, by William McKerrow’, United Presbyterian Magazine (Nov. 1853), 511.

Schedule concerning a plot of land on Brunswick Street, 1860.

Specification for new organ, 1872. (p.360)

Specification for new organ, 1873, and estimate for new organ, 1873.

Summary of life of William McKerrow, typewritten sheet, unattributed.

Statistical returns to Presbyterian Church in England, 1878.

Synod Minutes concerning the death of William McKerrow, 1878.

Trust Deed of Brunswick Street United Presbyterian Church.

Unattributed newspaper article on Brunswick Street Chapel opening.

Records of Other Churches

Minute Book, of Management Committee, Scotch Kirk, St. Peter's Square, Manchester, 1830–43.

Register of Presbyterian Churches in England, typewritten manuscript.

Sermons, Tracts, and Other Works by William Gadsby

An Everlasting Task for Arminians, London, 1815.

Gawthorne Brought to the Test, Being a Reply to Mr. Gawthorne's Coincidence of Antinomianism and Arianism, Manchester, 1819.

Musical Festivals and their Patronising Clergy, Dissected by the Knife of God's Truth, Manchester, 1837.

The Nature and Design of the Marriage Union, Manchester, 1821.

The Nazarene's Songs, Being a Collection of Original Hymns, Manchester, 1814.

The Perfect Law of Liberty, or the Glory of God Revealed in the Gospel, Manchester, 1819.

The Present State of Religion, A Dialogue, 2nd edn., Manchester, 1809.

Remarks on the Causes of Starvation, in Two Dialogues, Containing a Few Hints to the Poor and Extravagant, Manchester, 1838.

Sandemanianism Weighed in the Balance and Found Wanting, Manchester, 1823.

A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship, Manchester, 1814.

Sermons, Fragments of Sermons, and Letters, London, 1884.

Sermons of William Gadsby, Harpenden, 1991.

The Works of William Gadsby, 2 vols., London, 1851.

Sermons, Tracts, and Other Works by Joseph Irons

Aaron Within the Veil. A Sermon by the Late Rev. Joseph Irons, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Sunday Morning, 19 March 1843 [1843], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Abundant Grace. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Sunday Morning, 9 December 1849. By the Late Joseph Irons [1849], repr. London, 1889.

Apostolical Preaching, Divinely Confirmed. A Sermon, Preached at the Welsh Chapel, Jewin Crescent, Aldersgate Street, on Wednesday Evening, 27 October 1841. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons. On the Twentieth Anniversary of the Institution of this Weekly Lecture [1841], repr. Brighton, 1886. (p.361)

Backsliding Healed. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 15 September 1850. By the Late Joseph Irons [1850], repr. London, 1889.

The Best Preacher. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 25 August 1850. By the Late Joseph Irons [1850], repr. London, 1889.

The Captive Redeemed. A Sermon, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, on Lord's Day Morning, 12 March 1843. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1843], repr. Brighton, 1886.

The Challenge. A Sermon, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 10 November 1850, by the Late Joseph Irons [1850], repr. London, 1888.

The Covenant of Grace. A Sermon, by the Late Rev. Joseph Irons, Preached at the Welsh Chapel, Jewin Crescent, Aldersgate Street, London, on Wednesday Evening, 15 December 1841 [1841], repr. Brighton, 1884.

Covenant Faithfulness. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 18 November 1849. By the Late Joseph Irons [1849], repr. London, 1888.

The Day of Visitation. A Sermon, by the Late Joseph Irons, Preached in the Welsh Chapel, Jewin Crescent, on Wednesday Evening, 24 March 1847. Being the Day appointed for a National Fast [1847], repr. Brighton, 1887.

Decrees and Demands of the Watchers. A Sermon, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Lord's Day Morning, 23 September 1849. By the Late Joseph Irons [1849], repr. London, 1887.

Defence in the Day of Trouble. A Sermon Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Lord's Day Morning, 14 August 1842, by the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1842], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Dignifying Relationship. A Sermon, by the Late Joseph Irons. Preached in the Welsh Chapel, Jewin Crescent, On Wednesday Evening, 1 March 1848 [1848], repr. London, 1887 and 1889.

Divine Guidance. A Sermon, By The Late Joseph Irons, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, On Lord's Day Morning, 26 August 1849 [1849], repr. Brighton, 1890.

Divine Relationship. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 25 November 1849. By the Late Joseph Irons [1849], repr. London, 1888.

Efficiency. A Sermon, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Sunday Morning, 31 August 1851, By the Late Joseph Irons [1851], repr. London, 1888.

England's Memorial: The Substance of a Sermon Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on the Spirit of Popery, and the Crying Sins of the Present Times, November 5th, 1819 [1819], 3, London, 1886. (p.362)

The Fame of Jesus. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Sunday Morning, 18 August 1850, by the Late Joseph Irons [1850], repr. London, 1889.

A Few Questions For Protestants, appended to Defence in the Day of Trouble. A Sermon Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Lord's Day Morning, 14 August 1842 [1842], repr. Brighton, 1885.

The Forgiveness of Sins. A Sermon, by the Late Joseph Irons, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, On Lord's Day Morning, 3 July 1842 [1842], repr. Brighton, 1890.

The Full Cup For Christ And His People. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 3 December 1848. By the Late Joseph Irons [1848], repr. London, 1889.

God's Glorious Work. A Sermon Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, on Lord's Day Morning, December 21st, 1851, by the Late Joseph Irons. repr. Brighton, 1885.

A Great Sinner And A Great Saviour. A Sermon, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Lord's Day Morning, 28 January 1849. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1849], repr. Brighton, 1886.

Grove Chapel Pulpit, Fifty‐Two Discourses, by the Rev. Joseph Irons, Minister of Grove Chapel, Camberwell, i, London, n.d. [1848].

Grove Chapel Pulpit, Fifty‐Two Discourses, by the Rev. Joseph Irons, Minister of Grove Chapel, ii, London, 1850.

Grove Chapel Pulpit, Fifty‐Two Discourses, by the Rev. Joseph Irons, Minister of Grove Chapel, Camberwell, iii, London, 1851.

Grove Chapel Pulpit, Forty‐Three Discourses, by the late Rev. Joseph Irons, To Which is Added the Funeral Service and Five Funeral Discourses, iv, London, 1852.

The Headship of Christ, The Ground of His People's Hope. A Sermon Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Lord's Day Morning, 6 February 1842, by the Late Rev. Joseph Irons, On the Occasion of the Death of One of the Deacons [1842], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Israel's King. A Sermon, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Lord's Day Morning, 24 April 1842, repr. Brighton, 1885.

Jazer: Assistance for the Weak in Faith, Addressed to Young Christians. 2nd edn. (recommended by the Rev. R. Hawker DD), Camberwell, 1823.

Jehovah Appearing in a Cloud. A Sermon, By the Late Joseph Irons, Preached in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Sunday Morning, 13 October 1850 [1850], repr. Brighton, 1887.

Jesus Mocked and Murdered. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 2 December 1849. By the Late Joseph Irons [1849], repr. London, 1888. (p.363)

Judah: The Book of Psalms Paraphrased in Spiritual Songs, for Public Worship. Composed by Joseph Irons, London, 1847.

A Labourer Called to Receive His Hire. A Sermon Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, by Joseph Irons, Occasioned by the Departure of the Rev. Griffith Williams, Minister of Gate Street Chapel, London, 1826.

The Lord in the Cloudy Chariot. A Sermon, by the late Rev. Joseph Irons, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, On Sunday Morning, 26 February 1843 [1843], repr. Brighton, 1887.

Miscellaneous Sermons by the Rev. Joseph Irons (Selected from the Thursday Penny Pulpit), i, London, n.d.

Miscellaneous Sermons by the Rev. Joseph Irons (Selected from the Thursday Penny Pulpit), ii, London, n.d.

Miscellaneous Sermons by the Rev. Joseph Irons (Selected from the Thursday Penny Pulpit), iii, London, n.d.

The Mission of Christ. The Last Sermon Preached by Joseph Irons. Lord's Day Morning, 21 March 1852, in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London [1852], repr. Brighton, 1890.

Nathaniel, An Israelite Indeed: Letters on Christian Experience, Intended as a Companion to Jazer, London, 1830.

Nymphas: Bride and Bridegroom Communing. A Paraphrastic Exposition of the Song of Solomon, in Blank Verse, London, 1841.

Old and New Fashions. A Sermon, By the Late Joseph Irons. Preached in Ebenezer Chapel, Camden Town, on Wednesday Morning, 6 September 1848. The Thirteenth Anniversary of the Opening of the Chapel [1848], repr. London, 1889.

Our God, God Over All. A Sermon, Preached at the Welsh Chapel, Jewin Crescent, Aldersgate Street, London, on Wednesday Evening, 1 February 1843. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1843], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Paternal Love. A Sermon, By the Late Joseph Irons, Preached in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Sunday Morning, 2 April, 1848 [1848], repr. Brighton, 1887.

Perpetual War. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 15 October 1848. By the Late Joseph Irons [1848], repr. London, 1889.

The Poor, Set On High. A Sermon Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, on Lord's Day Evening, 16 January 1842. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1842], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Praise For Divine Goodness. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 11 November 1849. By the Late Joseph Irons [1849], repr. London, 1888.

Priscilla: The Ancient Roman Catholic Faith Contrasted with Modern Popery, Being an Exposition of the Inspired Epistle to the Church in Rome, Camberwell, 1845. (p.364)

A Question For Rulers. A Sermon, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Lord's Day Morning, 5 November 1848. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1848], repr. Brighton, 1886.

Rest For Ruth. A Sermon, by the Late Joseph Irons. Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, on Lord's Day Evening, 28 August, 1842 [1842], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Saving Knowledge. A Sermon, Preached in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, on Lord's Day Morning, 17 August 1851 [1851], repr. Brighton, 1886.

Seeking Souls Directed. A Sermon. Preached in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 26 January 1851. By the Late Joseph Irons [1851], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Submission. A Sermon, Preached in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, Lord's Day Morning, 9 March 1851. By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons [1851], repr. Brighton, 1885.

Supremacy. A Discourse, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, Lord's Day Morning, 30 June 1850. By the Late Joseph Irons [1850], repr. London, 1889.

The True Church of God—as Described in the Oracles of God in her Essential Constitution, Holy Orders and Efficient Discipline, Camberwell, 1848, repr. 1915.

Twenty‐Two Years' Ministry Reviewed. A Sermon, By the Late Rev. Joseph Irons, Preached at Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, on Tuesday Morning, 20 July 1841. The Twenty‐Second Anniversary of the Opening of the Chapel, repr. Brighton, 1886.

Zion Bereaved of the Faithful. A Sermon Preached at the Welsh Chapel, Jewin Crescent, Aldersgate Street, on Wednesday Evening, 23 December 1840. Shortly after the Death of the Rev. Watts Wilkinson. By the Late Joseph Irons [1840], repr. Brighton, 1886.

Zion's Hymns, For the Use of Zion's Sons and Daughters, 9th edn. enlarged, London, n.d. (with preface of 7th edn. 1836).

Zion Under A Cloud. The Substance of a Sermon, By the Late Joseph Irons, Delivered in Grove Chapel, Camberwell, On Tuesday Evening, 5 November 1850 [1850], repr. Brighton, 1891.

Sermons, Tracts, and Other Works by William McKerrow

Christmas Counsels, A Sermon by the Rev. W. McKerrow. DD, Preached in Brunswick Street Chapel, December 25th, 1858, Manchester, 1859.

The Crucified. A Sermon Preached on the Occasion of the Opening of St. George's United Presbyterian Chapel, Blackburn, Lancashire, Edinburgh, 1868. (p.365)

Lecture on Behalf of Lyceums. By the Rev. Wm. McKerrow, Minister in Lloyd Street Chapel, Manchester, Manchester, 1841.

A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of the Mechanics Institution, Manchester, on Tuesday February 5th, 1861, on the Principles, History and Aims of Protestant Nonconformity, by the Rev. William McKerrow. DD, Manchester and London, n.d. [1861]

Lectures on the Parables, by the Rev. W. McKerrow. DD Manchester, Manchester/London, 1859.

Lectures on Voluntaryism; Delivered in the Mechanics Institution, Manchester, by the Following Ministers, the Rev. W. McKerrow, DD, the Rev. Alexander Thomson, MA, the Rev. W. H. Parkinson, MA, the Rev. Charles Williams, the Rev. J. G. Rogers, BA, the Rev. M. Miller, the Rev. S. Clarkson, the Rev. W. Smith, the Rev. P. Thomson, MA, Mr J. Kingsley, Manchester and London, 1861.

Letters on Church Establishments, in Reply to the Rev. Hugh Stowell, by William McKerrow, Minister in the Scotch Secession Chapel, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Manchester, 1834.

Letters on Church Establishments, in Reply to the Rev. Hugh Stowell, by William McKerrow, Minister in the Scotch Secession Chapel, Lloyd Street, Manchester, Part II, Manchester, 1835.

‘On Day Schools Connected With Places of Worship’, in National Education Not Necessarily Governmental, Sectarian or Irreligious, Shown in a Series of Papers, Read at the Meetings of the Lancashire Public School Association, London and Manchester, 1850.

On Solid Reading, And Its Advantages. A Lecture to Young Men, by the Rev. W. McKerrow, DD, Manchester, Manchester/London/Glasgow, 1853.

Philosophy Contrasted With Christianity: A Sermon, by the Rev. Wm. McKerrow, DD, Ex‐Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of England. Preached at the Meeting of Synod, at Manchester on the 29th of April, 1878, London and Manchester, 1878.

Reply to James Bardsley's ‘Review’, Manchester, n.d. [1861].

‘The Reply’ of the Rev. James Bardsley, M.A., Reviewed by the Rev. William McKerrow, DD, Manchester, 1861.

A Second Answer to the Rev. James Bardsley, MA, by the Rev. William McKerrow, Manchester, n.d.

The Services in the Scots Presbyterian Chapel, Lloyd Street, Manchester, at the Ordination of the Rev. William McKerrow, To Be Co‐Pastor with the Rev. R. Jack DD Containing the Ordination Sermon, by the Rev. John McKerrow; The Formula of Questions Proposed to Ministers of the United Secession Church of Scotland; A Charge to the Minister, by the Rev. R. Jack, DD; and an Address to the Congregation, by the Rev. J. Stewart, DD, Manchester, 1827. (p.366)

Sermons, Tracts, and Other Works by William Nunn

Adoption Founded Upon Predestination, A Sermon Preached at St. James' Ashtead, Birmingham, on 9th October, 1836, Manchester, 1836.

‘The Church all Fair and Spotless, A Sermon Preached at St. Olave's Church, Old Jewry, on Wednesday evening October 10th, 1838, on Behalf of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society’, Gospel Penny Pulpit, no. 429, n.d.

‘The Church Desiring the Presesnce of Her Lord, A Sermon Preached at the Church of St. Mary Somerset and St. Mary Mounthaw, Upper Thames Street, London, on Behalf of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society October 10th, 1838’, Penny Pulpit, no. 896, n.d.

Emmanuel's Titles, Being the Substance of Two Sermons Preached at St. Clement's, Manchester, on Christmas Day, 1837, Manchester, 1842.

Nunn, W., writing as ‘Amator Disciplinae’, plan of congregational discipline, in Christian Observer, 29 (Oct. 1829): 602.

‘The Oneness of Believers in Christ, a Sermon Preached at the Church of St. Mary Somerset and St. Mary Mounthaw, 11th August, 1839’, Penny Pulpit, no. 896, n.d.

The Righteous Operations of God, A Sermon Preached at St. Mary Somerset and St. Mary Mounthaw, Upper Thames Street, London, 19th April 1836, 3, Manchester, 1842.

A Selection of Hymns from Various Authors, Compiled Especially for the Children of Sunday Schools, Manchester, 1836.

A Selection of Psalms and Hymns, Extracted from Various Collections and Principally Designed for Public Worship, Manchester, 1827.

‘The Spiritual Rain and the Dew, A Sermon Preached on Monday Evening, August 12th, 1839, at St. Mary Woolnoth Church, Lombard Street, on Behalf of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society,’ Penny Pulpit, no. 262, n.d.

The Supreme Dominion of Jehovah, A Sermon Preached at St. Matthew's, Liverpool, on 17th September 1837, 3 Manchester, 1842.

‘The True Knowledge of God and Christ, A Sermon Preached at St. James' Church, Clerkenwell, on Sunday Evening, August 11th, 1839’, Penny Pulpit, no. 262. n.d.

Other Published Works

A Few Words of Advice to the Children Belonging to the St. Clement's and St. Luke's Sunday School, Manchester, Addressed to them on the Opening of the New School, Bennett Street, Oldham Road, December 13th, 1818, On Behalf of the Visitors and Teachers in General, Manchester, 1818.

The Report of a Public Discussion between the Rev. W. Nunn (of St. Clement's, Manchester) and the Rev. J. Barker (Preacher in the Methodist New (p.367) Connexion), at Mossley, near Ashton‐under‐Lyne (in the New Connexion Chapel) on Thursday Evening, September 21, 1837, Regarding the Scriptural Propriety of Teaching Writing in Sunday Schools on the Sabbath Day, Manchester, 1837.

Sermons, Tracts, and Other Works by Andrew Reed

The Advancement of Religion the Claim of the Times, London, 1843.

The Case of the Dissenters, in a Letter Addressed to the Lord Chancellor, 5th edn. (with a postscript addressed to the editor of The Times, London, 1834).

[The Man of God.] A Charge Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Ebenezer Miller, MA, Over the Church Assembling at Old Gravel Lane, on the Twenty‐Second of February, 1828, London, 1829.

Charges and Sermons on Special Occasions During a Ministry of Fifty Years, London, 1861.

Eminent Piety Essential to Eminent Usefulness. A Discourse Preached at the Anniversary of the London Missionary Society, May 11th, 1831, At Surrey Chapel, 4th edn., London, 1831.

“ ‘Encourage Him”, A Sermon on Deuteronomy 1:38, by Andrew Reed’, in Discourses Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Thomas Hughes To the Pastoral Office Over the Congregational Church at Marlborough Chapel, Kent Road, November 27th, 1833, London, 1834, pp. 52–86.

The Extension of the Messiah's Kingdom. A Sermon, Preached at the Opening of the Independent Chapel, St. Mary's Street, Portsmouth, on Tuesday Morning August 30th, 1842, Portsea, 1842.

The Final Judgement. A Discourse Delivered at the Meeting House, Old Gravel Lane, November 5th, 1829, Before the Monthly Association of Congregational Ministers and Churches, and Published at their Request, 2nd edn., London, 1832.

The Hope and Duty of the Church. A Sermon Delivered in Grosvenor Street Chapel, Manchester, at the Annual Meeting of the East Lancashire Auxiliary Missionary Society, June 18th, 1833, London, 1833.

The Hymn Book, 1860, ed. Andrew Reed (1841, preface dated 1842), London, 1860.

Lamentations for the Dead! A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of His Royal Highness Edward, Duke of Kent; and of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Third: Delivered at Cannon Street Road Chapel, St. George's‐in‐the‐East, February 16th 1820, London, 1820.

Lectures on Some of the Principal Evidences of Revelation; Delivered at the Monthly Meetings of the Associated Ministers and Churches of the London Congregational Union, London, 1827.

A Letter to the Editor of the ‘British Review’, Occasioned by the Notice of ‘No Fiction’, and ‘Martha’ in the Last Number of that Work, London, 1823. (p.368)

Martha: A Memorial of an Only and Beloved Sister, 2 vols., London, 1823.

Ministerial Perseverance. A Charge, Delivered at the Settlement of the Rev. Arthur Tidman, over the Church Assembling in Barbican, London, on the 8th of January, 1829, London, 1829.

No Fiction. A Narrative Founded on Recent and Interesting Facts, 2vols, London, 1820.

The Pope and His Pretensions. A Discourse Delivered at Wycliffe Chapel, 17 November 1850, 2nd edn., London, 1850.

The Revival of Religion: A Narrative of the State of Religion at Wycliffe Chapel During the Year 1839, 6th edn., London, 1840.

Rolls Plumbe: A Narrative for Children, London and New York, 1832.

The Sacred Trust. A Charge Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. T. Atkinson, Over the Church Assembling at Hounslow, Middlesex, On the 2nd of October, 1832, London, 1832.

‘Sermon on Romans 8: 28, Preached on Sunday Morning September the 25th by the Rev. Andrew Reed, DD, at the Albion Chapel, Moorfields, London, 1836’, in Penny Pulpit, no. 18 (Oct. 1836).

The Success of the Gospel, the Evidence of Its Divinity. A Discourse Delivered at Peckham Meeting House, July 6th, 1826, Before the Monthly Association of Congregational Ministers and Churches. And Published at their Request, 2nd edn. London, 1829.

A Voice from the Tomb. A Sermon, Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Matthew Wilks, Delivered at The Tabernacle, On Sunday the 8th of February, 1829, London, 1829.

Wycliffe Chapel, Supplement. Original Hymns by the Rev. Andrew Reed, DD and by Mrs Reed, London, 1872.

Other Works of Reed

Gutzlaff, C., China Opened; or, A Display of the Topography, History, Customs, Manners, Arts, Manufactures, Commerce, Literature, Religion, Jurisprudence, etc., of the Chinese Empire, 2 vols., rev. Rev. Andrew Reed, DD, London, 1838.

The Ordination Service of the Rev. Andrew Reed, To the Pastoral Office, Over the Congregational Church of Christ, Assembling in the New Road Meeting, St. George's‐in‐the‐East, on Wednesday, November 27th, 1811, Including the Introductory Discourse, by the Rev. Robert Winter, DD; The Profession of Faith, etc., by the Rev. Andrew Reed; The Charge, by the Rev. George Collison; and the Sermon to the People, by the Rev. J. Clayton, Senior, London, 1812.

Reed, A., and Matheson, J., A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches, By the Deputation From the Congregational Union of England and Wales, 2 vols., London, 1835. (p.369)

Sermons, Tracts, and Other Works by James Wells

Achor's Gloomy Vale: A Series of Letters Addressed to the Church and Congregation of the Surrey Tabernacle, With the Religious Experiences of James Wells, London, 1872.

Achor's Gloomy Vale. A Series of Letters Addressed to the Church and Congregation of the Surrey Tabernacle. To Which is Added, The Writer's Own Account of his Call by Grace and to the Ministry of the Word, 2nd edn., rev., London, 1873.

An Address Delivered at the Surrey Tabernacle, Borough Road, London, By Mr James Wells, on Monday Evening, December 23rd, 1861, the Day of the Funeral of the Late Prince Consort, Who Departed this Life on Saturday Evening, December 14th, 1861, A Few Minutes Before Eleven, Aged 42, London, 1861.

A Concise Account of the Experience of James Wells, Minister of the Gospel, Surrey Tabernacle, Borough Road, London, London and Manchester, 1840.

The Faithful Man: Being a Funeral Sermon Preached by Mr James Wells, at the Surrey Tabernacle, Borough Road, London, on Lord's Day Evening, December 28th, 1851, Occasioned by the Death of Mr William Allder, Who Was for Twenty‐One Years A Deacon in the Above Place, London, 1852.

Letters to Theophilus, i, London, 1858.

Letters to Theophilus, ii, London, 1874.

A Modern Shimei Detected and Exposed; or, Scofield Refuted, London, 1835.

The Moral Government of God; Wherein it is Shown That the General Exhortations of the Bible are Not Founded in the Principle of Man Being in a Salvable State, But in the Principle of Moral and Individual Responsibility, London, 1840.

Noah's Ark: Being a Few Observations to Elucidate Its Spiritual Import, London, 1833.

A Prayer Book: or, a Word on the Nature, Object, and Author of Prayer, a Friendly Hint for Free Will, etc., London, 1832.

Predestination, Relative to Those Whose Names are Not in the Book of Life; Also Relative to Those Whose Names Are in the Book of Life, A Sermon Preached at the Surrey Tabernacle, Borough Road, London, 1839.

The Religious Experience of James Wells, With A Preface by William Crowther, London, 1872.

Reprobation and Election, by the Beloved James Wells, repr. by Sovereign Grace Union, Camberwell, 1916.

The Right Faith. A Sermon Preached by Mr James Wells (of the Surrey Tabernacle) in the Royal Surrey Music Hall, on Sunday Evening, March 21, 1858 (To Upwards of 10,000 persons) on Behalf of the ‘Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society’, rev. by the author, Southwark, 1858. (p.370)

The Right Gospel: A Sermon Preached by Mr James Wells (of the Surrey Tabernacle) in St. James' Hall, Piccadilly, on Sunday Evening, December 5th, 1858, In Aid of the Funds of the ‘Christian Blind Relief Society’, rev. by the author, London, 1858.

A Selection of Hymns from Various Authors, London, 1839, 2nd edn., 1891.

A Sermon Preached on Sabbath Morning, May 5th, 1833, Occasioned by the Death of John Church, Late Minister of the Gospel, Surrey Tabernacle, Borough Road, London, 1833.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, i. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1859, London, 1859.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, ii. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1860, London, 1860.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, iv. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1862, London, 1862.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, v. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1863, London, 1863.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, vi. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1864, London, 1864.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, viii. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1866, London, 1866.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, ix. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1867, London, 1867.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, x. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1868, London, 1868.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, xi. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1868 and 1869, London, 1869.

The Surrey Tabernacle Pulpit, xii. Sermons Preached by Mr James Wells in 1870, London, 1870.

Twenty‐Four Lectures on the Book of Revelation, London, 1870.

A Wheelbarrow Spiritualized; Being a Few Short Observations Intended for the Solution of the Question by a Foolish Man: Wherein it is Shown How a Man May Know How to Preach The Gospel, Though Employed in a Mean Occupation of Life, 3, London, 1831.

A Word of Explanation Upon the Doctrine of Backsliding. In Reply to Mr G. Abrahams, London, 1840.

Principal Contemporary Sources, Including Sermons, Tracts and Pamphlets.

Andrews, W. E., A Candid Appeal to the Common Sense of the People of Manchester and Its Vicinity on the Present Controversy Respecting Bible Reading, Popery, and Priestcraft, London, 21 Jan. 1822.

An Answer to a Letter Addressed to the Lord Chancellor on the Case of the Dissenters. In A Letter to the Same. By a Clergyman, London, 1834. (p.371)

Aveling, T. W., Faith and its Fruits: A Funeral Discourse, on the Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Andrew Reed, DD, London, 1862.

Bardsley, J., The ‘Liberation Society’ and its Abettors. A Reply to Dr McKerrow's Lectures on the ‘Principles History, and Aims of Protestant Nonconformity’, Manchester, 1861.

Barker, J., Teaching the Children of the Poor to Write on the Sabbath Day, Proved to be in Perfect Accord with the Word of God; with Plain and Full Answers to all Objections Urged Against the Practice, by J. A. James of Birmingham, W. Nunn, Minister of St. Clement's, Manchester, and the Wesleyan Methodist Conference, Manchester, 1837.

Barnett, F., A Reply to Mr Reed's Advertisement to the Seventh Edition of ‘No Fiction’ With a Review of ‘Martha’, London, 1823.

—— A Reply to the Reverend Andrew Reed's Promised ‘Full Justification’, Consisting of Four Pages, as an Advertisement to the Seventh Edition of ‘No Fiction’, London, 1823.

[——] A Threatening Letter, from Douglas (the Self‐Acknowledged Author of ‘No Fiction’), To Lefevre: With Lefevre's Reply, London, 1822.

—— Memoirs of Francis Barnett, The Lefevre of ‘No Fiction’, and A Review of that Work with Letters and Authentic Documents, 2 vols., London, 1823.

Beard, J., ‘The Plan of Secular Education Proposed by the Lancashire Public School Association in Relation to the Bible’, in National Education Not Necessarily Governmental, Sectarian or Irreligious, Shown in a Series of Papers, Read at the Meetings of the Lancashire Public School Association, Manchester, 1850.

Bickersteth, R., Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Ripon, Primary Visitation, 1858, London, 1858.

—— Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Ripon, 1861, London, 1861.

Braidley, B., An Authentic Account of the Circumstances Connected with the case of Margaret R—N—; Containing Remarks Upon the Rev. J. Curr's ‘Particulars and Subsequent Apostasy’, Manchester, 1 Jan. 1822.

—— ‘A Letter Giving an Account of Margaret R—N—’, in The Catholic, 5/22, Manchester, 22 Dec. 1821.

The Case of the Church of England, Reprinted from Fraser's Magazine for February, 1834, London, 1834.

Curr, J., A Letter to Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart, President of the Manchester and Salford Auxiliary Bible Society, Manchester, 1821.

—— Catholicism, or the Old Rule of Faith Vindicated from the Attack of W. Roby, Manchester, 1821.

—— The Particulars of the Conversion of Margaret R—N—to the Catholic Faith, and Her Subsequent Apostasy, Manchester, 28 Dec. 1821.

Denison, E., A Review of the State of the Question Respecting the Admission of Dissenters to the Universities, London, 1835. (p.372)

The Designs of the Dissenters. A Letter to the King, by a Protestant Dissenter, March 13th, 1834, London, 1834.

Duncan, H., A Sermon on the Constitution of the Church of Scotland, and Its Effects on the Moral and Religious Character of the People, Preached June 22nd, 1838, Before a Congregation of the Natives of Scotland and Others Resident in Manchester, and Now Published at their Request, Manchester, 1828.

Fuller, A., The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, 2nd edn., 1801, repr. Mich., 1961.

Gadsby, J., Rules and Articles of a Particular Baptist Church, London, 1852.

—— Slavery, Adoption and Redemption, Biblically, Orientally and Personally Considered, London, 1865.

Gilbert, N., A Letter to Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart, President of Manchester and Salford Auxiliary Bible Society, Occasioned by the Letter of the Rev. Joseph Curr, Manchester, 1821.

Horne, M., Anti‐Curr, or a Protestant Address to the Public, Manchester, 1821.

—— A Letter to the Rev. Joseph Curr, Occasioned by his Letter to Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart, President of the Manchester and Salford Auxiliary Bible Society, Salford, 1821.

Huntington, W., The Bank of Faith (or God, the Guardian of the Poor), London, pt. I, 1784; pt. II, 1803, new edn. 1938.

Jones, T., and Crowther, W., Services in Connection With the Decease and Funeral of the late Mr James Wells, London, 1872.

Kennet, W., ‘The Christian Scholar’, in Rules and Directions for Children and Youth, Sent by English Schools Especially for the Poor Boys Clothed by Charity, 21st edn., London, 1818.

Kershaw, J., Sermon on the Death of Mr William Gadsby, and the Address Delivered at the Grave, Manchester, 1844.

Lectures on Some of the Principal Evidences of Revelation: Delivered at the Monthly Meetings of the Associated Ministers and Churches of the London Congregational Union, London, 1827.

Mearns, A., The Bitter Cry of Outcast London, London, 1883, repr. 1969.

National Education Not Necessarily Governmental, Sectarian or Irreligious, Shown in a Series of Papers, Read at the Meetings of the Lancashire Public School Association, London and Manchester, 1850.

Pym, R., An Affectionate and Scriptural Testimony to the Rev. W. Nunn, MA. Two Sermons Preached at St. Clement's, Manchester, Manchester, 22 Mar. 1840.

Roby, W., Protestantism; or an Address Particularly to the Labouring Classes in the Defence of the Protestant Principle, Manchester, 6 December 1821.

Sewell, W., Thoughts on the Admission of Dissenters to the University of Oxford; and on the Establishment of a State Religion; in a Letter to a Dissenter, Oxford/London, 1834. (p.373)

Sprague, W. B., Lectures on Revival, New York, 1832.

Spurgeon, C. H., The New Park Street Pulpit, Containing Sermons Preached and Revised by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, Minister of the Chapel, During the Year 1856, ii, London, 1857.

—— The New Park Street Pulpit, Containing Sermons Preached and Revised by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, Minister of the Chapel, During the year 1860, vi, London, 1861.

—— Spurgeon's Expository Encyclopaedia, viii, Mich., 1984.

Sumner, C. R., Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Winchester, 1854, London, 1854.

—— Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Winchester, 1862, London, 1862.

Swann, W. T., and Swann, W., ‘The Journal of Thomas Swann, born 1786, and the Journal of William Swann, born 1813’, published as The Journals of Two Poor Dissenters, 1786–1880, London, 1970.

Thirty‐Two Articles of Christian Faith and Practice, The Baptist Confession of Faith With Scripture Proofs Adopted by the Ministers and Messengers of the General Assembly Which Met in London in 1689, n.d.

Turton, T., Thoughts on the Admission of Persons Without Respect to their Religious Opinions to Certain Degrees in the Universities of England, Cambridge/London, 1834.

Watmough, A., Observations on Teaching the Art of Writing in Sunday Schools, Rochdale, 1832.

‘William Huntington's “Portrait of an Antinomian”’ submitted by T. Stringer to Earthen Vessel, 7/81 (Oct. 1851): 235.

Parliamentary Papers

Parliamentary Papers, 1857–8, London, 1858.

Population (Great Britain): Religious Worship (England and Wales), Parliamentary Papers, 1852–3, 1xxxix, London, Census of Great Britain, 1851. Religious Worship, England and Wales, Report and Tables, London, 1853, pp. 1–441.

Directories

Dean and Co.'s Manchester and Salford Directory, Manchester, 1804.

Dean's Manchester and Salford Directory for 1808–9, with Map, Manchester, 1809.

Dean's Manchester and Salford Directory for 1811, Manchester, 1811.

Pigot's Manchester and Salford Directory for 1813, Manchester, 1813.

Pigot and Dean's Manchester and Salford Directory for 1815, Manchester, 1815.

Pigot and Dean's Manchester and Salford Directory for 1817, Manchester, 1817. (p.374)

Pigot and Dean's Manchester and Salford Directory for 1819–20, Manchester, 1819.

Pigot and Son's General and Classified Directory of Manchester and Salford, Manchester, 1836.

I. Slater's Manchester and Salford Directory, Manchester, 1843.

I. Slater's Manchester and Salford Directory, Manchester, 1845.

I. Slater's Alphabetical and Classified Directory of Manchester and Salford, and Their Vicinities, Manchester, 1851.

Newspapers and Religious Journals

Clegg, R., ‘Early Days of the Charlesworth Particular Baptist Chapel’, undated and unidentified newspaper article in Charlesworth Baptist Chapel, c. 1936.

County Chronicle and Weekly Advertizer for Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, Middlesex, London, 1819–23.

County Chronicle, Surrey Herald and Weekly Advertiser for Kent, London, 1852.

County Herald and Weekly Advertiser, London, 1852.

Cowdroy's Manchester Gazette, 1807–9.

East London Advertiser, 1907.

Illustrated London News, 1842–4.

Lambeth Gazette and South London Advertiser, London, 1854.

Manchester City Mission Magazine, May 1855.

Manchester Courier, 1837, 1843.

Manchester Examiner, 1846–8.

Manchester Examiner and Times, 1848–50, 1876.

Manchester Guardian, 1821–50, 1875.

Manchester Observer, 1818–21.

Manchester Times, 1828–45.

Middleton Guardian, 30 Mar. 1889.

The Ratepayer, or the Borough of Lambeth and Southwark Parochial, Literary and Scientific Journal, London, 1850.

South London Local Journal, London, 1855.

South London News and Surrey County Advertiser, Southwark, 3 Jan.–7 Mar. 1846.

South London Times, London, 1858.

The Sphinx—A Journal of Criticism and Humour, Manchester, 1869.

Surrey Herald and County Advertiser, London, 1827.

Tower Hamlets Mail, London, 1857–8.

Wheeler's Manchester Chronicle, 1842.

‘William Gadsby’, Manchester City News, Manchester Worthies, 23 Jan. 1909.

Baptist Magazine, 1809–44, 1849.

Baptist Reporter, Mar. 1844. (p.375)

Christian Observer, 1809, 1818, 1819, 1829, 1831.

Congregational Yearbook, 1847.

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