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The theological and miscellaneous works of Joseph Priestley

Author: Joseph Priestley; John Towill Rutt
Publisher: London : G. Smallfield, 1817-32.
Series: Library of American civilization, LAC 23075-90.
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Genre/Form: Early works
History
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Priestley; John Towill Rutt
OCLC Number: 11580995
Notes: Title varies slightly; vol. II-XXV; The theological and miscellaneous works ... with notes by the editor.
Vol. 25 wanting.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 25 microfiches ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 23075-90.
Description: 25 v. in 26.
Contents: Vol. I, pt. 1. Memoirs and correspondence (1733-1787) [1831] --
vol. I, pt. 2. Life and correspondence (1787-1804) [1832] --
vol. II. The Institutes (ed. of 1782), Appeal, and Familiar illustration (ed. of 1791) [1817] --
vol. III. Remarks of Dr. Reid's Inquiry, Dr. Beattie's Essay, and Dr. Oswald's Appeal (2d ed.) Introductory essays to Hartley's Theory of the human mind. (2d ed.) Disquisitions relating to matter and spirit (2d ed.) The doctrine of philosophical necessity illustrated (2d ed.) [1818] --
vol. IV. A free discussion between Dr. Price and Dr. Priestly. Letters to Rev. J. Berrington, Dr. Kenrick, Mr. J. Whitehead, Dr. Horsley, Rev. J. Palmer, and Jacob Bryant, esq. Collin's Inquiry. Letters to a philosophical unbeliever, pt. I and II. [1818] --
vol. V. The history of the corruptions of Christianity. [1818] --
vol. VI. An history of early opinions concerning Jesus Christ [n.d.] --
vol. VII. An history of early opinions concerning Jesus Christ (cont'd) Essays and miscellaenous papers in the Theological repository. [1822] --
vol. VIII. A general history of the Christian church, to the fall of the Western empire (2d ed. improved) [1818] --
vol. IX-X. A general history of the Christian church, from the fall of the Western empire. [1818-19] --
vol. XI-XII. Notes on the Old Testament. [n.d.] --
vol. XIII-XIV. Notes on the New Testament. [1819] --
vol. XV. Discourses on various subjects. Discourses on the evidence of revealed religion. Single sermons [1820] --
vol. XVI. Discourses relating to the evidences of revealed religion. Four discourses, intended to have been delivered at Philadelphia. Single discourses. [n.d.] --
vol. XVII. Observations on the increase of infidelity (3d ed.) Letters to M. Volney. A comparison on the institutions of Moses with those of the Hindoos and other ancient nations. Remarks of M. Dupuis's Origin of all religions. Of the allegorizing talents of M. Boullanger. The doctrines of heathen philosophy compared with those of revelation. [1820] --
vol. XXVIII. Defences of The history of the corruptions of Christianity, in reply to Dr. Horsley and Mr. Babcock, 1783-1787. Defences of Unitarianism, 1786, 1787, [n.d.] --
vol. XIX. Defences of Unitarianism for 1788 and 1789. A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt (2d ed., cor. and enl.) Familiar letters to the inhabitants of Birmingham (2d ed., with some additions and corrections) An appeal to the public on the riots in Birmingham. [n.d.] --
vol. XX. Critical dissertations prefixed to a Harmony of the evangelists. Letters to Archibishop Newcome on the duration of our Saviour's ministry. Letters and addresses to the Jews. Letters to a young man, &c., &c., [n.d.] --
vol. XXI. Miscellaneous letters. Letters to the members of the New Jerusalem church. Letters to the philosophers and politicans of France. Outline of the evidences of revealed religion. Addresses to Protestant dissenters. Devotional offices and catechisms, &c., &c., [1822]- vol. XXII. An essay on the first principles of government, and on the nature of political, civil and religious liberty (2d ed., cor. and enl.) Letters to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, occasioned by his Reflections on the revolution in France (3d ed., cor.) Tracts on civil and religious liberty. [1832] --
vol. XXIII. The rudiments of English grammar. A course of lectures on the theory of language, and universal grammar. A course of lectures on oratory and criticism. [1824] --
vol. XXIV. Lectures on history and general policy; to which is prefixed, An essay on a course of liberal education for civil and active life; and an additional lecture on the Constitution of the United States. (The whole corrected, improved and enlarged.) [1826] --
vol. XXV. Observations relating to education. A political dialogue. Letters to the inhabitants of Northumberland (2d ed., with additions) Letters to the bishops. Prefaces to the scientific works, &c., with indexes to the whole series. [1831] rc
Series Title: Library of American civilization, LAC 23075-90.
Responsibility: edited, with notes, by John Towill Rutt.

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