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PRIESTLEY, Joseph, LL.D., F.R.S., continued. 1 Forms of Prayer, and other Offices, for the use of Unitarian Societies.
Birmingham, 1783. 8° (5.5 X3). 2 Free Address (A) to Protestant Dissenters, on ... Church Discipline;
with a preliminary Discourse, concerning the Spirit of Christianity, and the Corruption of it, by False Notions of Religion.
London, 1770. 8° (5.5X3.1). 3 Free Address (A) to Protestant Dissenters, on the subject of the Lord's
Supper; and a Letter to the Author of the Protestant Dissenter's Answer to it. 3d ed., with Improvements. ***
London, 1774. 2° (3.5X3.1). 4 Free Discussion (A) of the Doctrines of Materialism, and Philosophical
Necessity, in a Correspondence between Dr. Price, and Dr. Priestley.
London, 1778. 8° (5.6X3.2). 5 General-Fast Sermon, April 19, 1793. London, 1793. 8°, pp. 36. 6 General History (A) of the Christian Church, to the Fall of the Western
Empire. ... Vol. 1, 2. *** Birmingham, 1790. 8° (5.7 X3.3). 7 General History (A) of the Christian Church, from the Fall of the Western Empire to the Present Time.... Vol. 1-4. ...
Northumberland, 1802-'03. 8° (5.8 X3.3). 8 General View (A) of the Arguments for the Unity of God; and against
the Divinity and Pre-existence of Christ, from Reason, from the Scrip
tures, and from History. Philadelphia, 1794. 12°, pp. 24. [2 copies.] 9 Harmony (A) of the Evangelists in English; with Critical Dissertations, an occasional Paraphrase, and Notes for the use of the unlearned. •.
London, 1780. 4° (7.4 X 4.8). 10 Hartley's Theory of the Human Mind, on the Principles of the Association of Ideas; with Essays relating to the subject of it. • *
London, 1775. 8° (6.1 X3.4). 11 Heads of Lectures on a Course of Experimental Philosophy, particularly including Chemistry, delivered at the New College in Hackney.
London, 1794. 8° (5.5X3.2). [2 copies.] 12 Historical Eulogium on J. Priestley. See CUVIER, G. C. L. F. D. 13 History (An) of the Corruptions of Christianity, ... * Vol. 1,
Birmingham, 1782. 8° (5.8X3.2). 14 History (An) of the Corruptions of Christianity, ... 3d ed. ... Vol. 1, 2.
Boston, 1797. 12° (5.3X 2.9). 15 History (An) of Early Opinions concerning Jesus Christ, compiled from
original writers; proving that the Christian Church was at first Unitarian. Vol. 1-4. ***
Birmingham, 1786. 8° (5.9X3.3). 16 Index to the Bible, in which the various Subjects which occur in the
Scriptures are Alphabetically arranged, with ... References to all the
Philadelphia, 1804. 12° (4.7 x 2.9). 17 Inquiry into the Knowledge of the Antient Hebrews, concerning a Future State.
London, 1801. 8°, pp. 67. 18 Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion. ... [With] Essay on . the best Method of communicating Religious Knowledge to the Members of Christian Societies. ad d. Vol. 1, 2. •*.
Birmingham, 1782. 8°(3.7 X 3.2).
PRIESTLEY, Joseph, LL.D., F.R.S., continued.
1 Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion. ... [With] An Essay
on the best Method of communicating Religious Knowledge ... 4th ed. Vol. 1, 2. • * *
London, 1808. 12° (5.7X3.2). 9 Lectures on History and General Policy; to which is prefixed an Essay on a Course of Liberal Education for Civil and Active Life. ***
Birmingham, 1788. 4° (7X4.8). 3 Lectures on History and General Policy; to which is prefixed, An Essay on a Course of Liberal Education for Civil and Active Life. ***
Dublin, 1788. 8°(6.4 X3.5). [2 copies.] 4 Letter to an Antipædobaptist. Northumberland, 1802. 8°, pp. 48. 5 Letter to Jacob Bryant, Esq., in Defence of Philosophical Necessity.
London, 1780. 8°, pp. 52. 6 Letter to Rev. J. B. Linn, in Defence of the Pamphlet, Socrates and Jesus compared.
Northumberland, 1803. 8°, pp. 60. ? Letter (Second) to Rev. J. B. Linn, in Reply to his Defence of the Doctrines of the Divinity of Christ and Atonement.
Northumberland, 1803. 8°, pp. 42. & Letter to Rev. Mr. J. Palmer, in Defence of the Illustrations of Philo
sophical Necessity. *. London, 1779. 8°, pp. 98. [2 copies.] 9 Letter (Second) to Rev. Mr. John Palmer, in Defence of the Doctrine of
Philosophical Necessity. London, 1780. 8°, pp. 64. [2 copies.] 10 Letter to Rt. Hon. William Pitt; on Toleration and Church Establish
ments; occasioned by his Speech against the Test and Corporation Acts, March 28, 1787. *.
London, 1787. 8°, pp. 54. Il Letters to the Author of Remarks on several late Publications relative to the Dissenters. * * *
London, 1770. 8°, pp. 70. 12 Letters to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, occasioned by his Reflections on the Revolution in France, &c. 3d ed. corrected. ***
Birmingham, 1791. 8° (5.4X3.2). [2 copies.] 13 Letters to Dr. Horsley, in Answer to his Animadversions on the History
of the Corruptions of Christianity. With additional Evidence that the Primitive Christian Church was Unitarian. * * *
Birmingham, 1783. 8°(5.8X3.3). 14 Letters to Dr. Horsley. Part II. containing farther Evidence that the Primitive Christian Church was Unitarian. * * *
Birmingham, 1784. 8°(5.8X3.3). 15 Letters to Dr. Horsley. Part III. containing an Answer to his Remarks
on Letters - Part II., and Strictures on Mr. Howe's Ninth Number of
Observations on Books. *** Birmingham, 1786. 8°, pp. 64. 16 Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and its Neighbourhood. Part I., II.
Northumberland, 1799. 8°, pp. 48, 42. 17 Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and its Neighbourhood. 2d ed. with Additions.
Philadelphia, 1801. 8°, pp. 96. 18 Letters to the Jews; inviting them to an amicable Discussion of the
Evidences of Christianity. 2d ed. Birmingham, 1787. 8°, pp. 56. 19 Letters to the Jews. Part II. Occasioned by D. Levi's Reply to the
former Letters. *** Birmingham, 1787. 8°, pp. 56. [2 copies.] 20 Letters to the Members of the New Jerusalem Church, formed by Baron Swedenborg
Birmingham, 1791. 89, pp. xxi., 70. PRIESTLEY, Joseph, LL.D., F.R.S., continued.
1 Letters (Two) to Dr. Newcome, on the Duration of Our Saviour's Ministry. ***
Birmingham, 1780. 8° (5.7X3.2). 2 Letter (Third) to Dr. Newcome, on the Duration of Our Saviour's Ministry. **
Birmingham, 1781. 89, pp. 44. 3 Letters addressed to the Philosophers and Politicians of France, on the
subject of Religion. With Observations on the Causes of the general Prevalence of Infidelity.
Philadelphia, 1794. 8°, pp. 80. 4 Letters to a Philosophical Unbeliever. Part I. ... 2d ed. II. ...
Birmingham, 1787. 8° (5.5X3.2). 5 Letters to a Philosophical Unbeliever. Part III. containing an Answer
to Mr. Paine's Age of Reason. 2d ed. Philadelphia, 1795. 8°, pp. 86. 6 Letters to a Young Man, occasioned by Mr. Wakefield's Essay on Pub
lic Worship; to which is added, A Reply to Mr. Evanson’s Objections to
the Observance of the Lord's Day. *** London, 1792. 8° (6X3.3). 9 Memuirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley, to the year 1795: with a Continuation
to the time of his Decease, by his Son, J. Priestley: and Observations on his Writings, by T. Cooper: and Rev. W. Christie. 2 vols.
Northumberland, 1806. 8° (6.1X3.3), pp. 824. 8 Miscellaneous Observations relating to Education, more especially as it
respects the Conduct of the Mind. To which is added, An Essay on a Course of Liberal Education for Civil and Active Life. ***
Bath, 1778. 8° (6.5X3.4). 9 Notes on all the Books of Scripture, for the use of the Pulpit and Prirate Families. *** Vol. -4.
Northumberland, 1803-'04. 8° (5.9X3.3). 10 Observation on the Increase of Infidelity. 3d ed. To which are added,
Animadversions on the Writings of several modern Unbelievers, and especially the Ruins of Mr. Volney. ***
Philadelphia, 1797. 8° (5.9X3.3). 11 Particular Attention to the Instruction of the Young recommended, in
a Discourse, delivered at Hackney, Dec. 4, 1791, on entering on the Of. fice of Pastor.
London, 1791. 8°, pp. 40. 12 Present State (The) of Europe compared with Antient Prophecies:
General-Fast Sermon, at Hackney, Feb. 28, 1794. With a Preface containing the Reasons for the Author's leaving England. 4th ed. •••
London, 1794. 8°, pp. 44. 13 Proper Objects (The) of Education in the present State of the World:
represented in a Discourse, delivered April 27, 1791, at London, to the Supporters of the New College at Hackney.
London, 1791. 14 Reflections on Death. Sermon on the Death of Rev. Robert Robinson, of Cambridge, July 13, 1790.
Birmingham, 1790. 8°, pp. 26. 15 Remarks on the Monthly Review of the Letters to Dr. Horsley; by Rev. S. Badcock.
Birmingham, 1784. 8°, pp. 29. 16 Reply to the Animadversions on the History of the Corruptions of
Christianity, in the Monthly Review for June, 1783; with additional
ing the Person of Christ. •** Birmingham, 1783. 8°, pp. 52. 17 Sermon on the Slave Trade ; delivered to a Society of Protestant Dissenters, in Birmingham.
Birmingham, 1778. 8°, pp. 40. PRIESTLEY, Joseph, LL.D., F.R.S., continued.
| Sermons selected from Dr. Priestly's Discourses on the Evidences of Revelation.
(London) 1799. 12°, pp. 71. 2 Socrates and Jesus compared. *.. Philadelphia, 1803. 8°, pp. 60. 3 Unitarianism explained and defended, in a Discourse, delivered at Philadelphia, 1796. ***
Philadelphia, 1796. 8°, pp. 32. 4 Use of Christianity, especially in difficult times; Farewell Sermon, at Hackney, March 30, 1794. 2d ed.
London, 1794. 8°, pp. 54. 5 View (A) of the Principles and Conduct of the Protestant Dissenters,
with respect to the Civil and Ecclesiastical Constitution of England. 2d ed. ***
London, n. d. 8°, pp. 91. 6 View (A) of Revealed Religion ; a Sermon preached at the Ordination
of Rev. William Field, of Warwick, July 12, 1790; with a Charge by Rev. Thomas Belsham.
Birmingham, 1790. 89, pp. 68. Editor. See THEOLOGICAI. Repository (The). Vol 1-6. PRIESTLEY, Joseph, son of the preceding.
7 Continuation of Dr. Priestley's Memoirs. See PRIESTLEY, J., LL.D. PRINCE, George, of Bath, Me.
8 Weymouth's Voyage. See MAINE Hist. Society. (Collections, vol. 6.) PRESIDENTS' Messages, Addresses, &c. 1789-1846. See WILLIAMS, E. PRINCE, Rev. John, LL.D., of Salem, Mass.; b. 1751. d. 1836.
9 Contributions. See AMERICAN Academy, &c. (Memoirs, vol. 1; New
Series, vol. 1.) 10 Memoir of Rev.John Prince, by C. W. Upham. See Mass. Hist. Society.
(Collections, 30 Series, vol. 5.) PRINCE, N. A.
Editor. See PRINCE, W. R. Memoir and Select Writings. PRINCE, Nathan, Tutor & Fellow of Harvard Callege; b. about 1700. d. 1748.
11 Constitution (The) and Government of Harvard College; with Reasons
to prove that the Overseers have no Independent Power over the Corporation.
[Boston, 1742.] 4°, pp. 43. PRINCE, Rev. Thomas, Pastor of Old South Church, Boston ; b. 1687. d. 1758.
12 Account of the First Appearance of the Northern Lights, 1716. See
Mass. Hist. Society. (Collections, 1st Series, vol. 2.) 13 Annals of New-England. Vol. 2, No. I.-III. Boston, 1755. See Mass.
Hist. Society. (Collections, 2d Series, vol. 7.) 14 Case (The) of Heman considered. Sermon on the Death of Edward Bromfield, April 10, 1756.
Boston, 1756. 8°, pp. 35. 15 Character (The) of Caleb. Sermon on the Lord's Day after the Funeral of Hon. Josiah Willard.
Boston, 1756. 89, pp. 30. 16 Chronological History (A) of New-England, in the form of Annals ;
... from the Discovery of Capt. Gosnold, in 1602, to the Arrival of Gov. Belcher in 1730. With an Introduction containing a brief Epitome of the most considerable Transactions and Events abroad. From the Creation. ... * * *
Boston, 1736. 8° (5.5x3.2). Note. — Imperfect, wanting title-page. In two parts, paged independently. 17 Chronological History (A) of New-England, in the form of Annals;
... from the Discovery of Capt. Gosnold, in 1602, to the Arrival of Gov. Belcher, in 1730. With an Introduction ... •.• Boston, MDCCXXXVI. New ed.
Boston, 1826. 8° (6.2X3.6). PRINCE, Rev. William Reed; b. 1817. d. 1845.
I Memoir and Select Writings of William Reed Prince. Edited by N.
A. Prince. With a Sketch of his Qualities as a Preacher, by G. Shepard. [Portrait.]
Portland, 1846. 12° (5.3X3.1). [2 copies.] Princetox EssaYS. Theological Essays: extracted from the Princeton Review.
New-York & London, 1846. 8° (7X4), pp. 705. 3 Essays, theological and miscellaneous, reprinted from the Princeton Re
view. Second Series. Including the Contributions of the late Rev. A. B. Dod.
New-York and London, 1847. 8° (7X 4), pp. 612. PRINCETOX Review (The). See BIBLICAL Repertory (The), &c. PRINGLE, A.
4 General View of the Agriculture of the County of Westmoreland; with Observations for the Means of its Improvement. Drawn up for ... the Board of Agriculture, &c. [Map. London) 1805. 8° (6.3X3.3).
Note. — Paged continuusly and bound with Northumberland,' by Bailey & Culley. PrinsEP, C. R.
Translator. See SAY, J. B. Treatise on Political Economy. PRINSEP, J.
5 Strictures and Observations on the Mocurrery System of Landed Prop
erty in Bengal. Originally written by J. Prinsep,] for The Morning under Chronicle, the signature of Gurreeb Doss, with Replies.
London, . 8°(5.5X3.3). Prior, James, Esq.
6 Memoir of the Life and Character of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke;
with Specimens of his Poetry and Letters, and an Estimate of his Genius and Talents compared with those of his great Contemporaries. 2d ed., enlarged ... Vol. 1, 2. [Portrait.]
London, 1826. 8°(6.1X3.4). PRIOR, Matthew, an English poet ; b. 1664. d. 1721.
7 Poetical Works. With a Life by J. Mitford.... Vol. 1, 2. [Portrait.]
Boston, 1853. 16° (4.8X2.8 irr.). PRIOR, Thomas, Esq.
8 Authentic Narrative of the Success of Tar Water, in curing Distempers;
with Remarks. Abridged and with Two Letters from the Author of Siris (Bp. Berkeley], and Appendix by 'T. Prince. ***
Boston, reprinted, 1749. 8°, pp. 80. 9 Authentic Narrative of the Success of Tar Water, in curing Distempers; with Remarks. Abridged and with Two Letters from the Author of Siris [Bp. Berkeley), and Appendix by T. Prince. *.
Providence, reprinted, 1793. 8o. pp. 75. PRIOR DOCUMENTS. See COLLECTION (A) of interesting, authentic Papers, &c. PrisCIANU's, of Cæsarea, a Latin grammurian; fl. about 500.
10 Periegesis,e Dionysio. See Dionysius PerIEGETES. Orbis Descriptio,etc. Prison Discipline Society. Reports of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston. 11 1826–1854. Vol. 1-3.
Boston, 1855. 8° (6.7X3.9). Prisoner's Friend (The), a Monthly Magazine. See SPEAR, C.-Editor. PRITCHARD, Andrew.
12 Description of Optical Instruments. See Society for the Diffusion of
Useful Knowledge. Library, &c. (Natural Philosophy, vol. 2.) Prize Essays on a Congress of Nations. See AMERICAN Peace Society.