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A library of fathers of the holy Catholic church: anterior to the division of the East and West (1838-1881) List of titles.


A library of fathers of the holy Catholic church: anterior to the division of the East and West / translated by members of the English Church [Ed. by E.B. Pusey... [et al]] . 51 vols (?) . Octavo. (23cm).  Published by J. G. & F. Rivington, London: John Henry Parker, Oxford.

List of Volumes:

Prospectus
1. Saint Augustine. The confessions.  (1838) Tr. Pusey.  363 pp. 
2. Saint Cyril, Bishop of Jerusalem. The cathechetical lectures. (1838) Tr. R. W. Church.  312 p. 
3. Saint Cyprian. The treatises. (1839). Tr. Charles Thornton & J.H.Newman. 318 p.
4. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies ... on the first epistle of St. Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians. Hom. 1-24 (1839) 
            Tr. Hubert Kestell Cornish & John Medley.  xiii, 336p
5. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the First Epistle to the Corinthians. Hom. 25-44 (1839)
            Tr. Hubert Kestell Cornish & John Medley.  318p
6. Saint John Chrysostom. Commentary on Galatians, and homilies on Ephesians. (1840). Tr William John Copeland. 401 p.
7. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on Romans. (1841). Tr. C.Marriott. 530 p.
8. Saint Athanasius. Select treatises in controversy with the Arians, Pt. 1 (1842). Tr. J.H.Newman.  (See also #19) 
9. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the statues. (1842). Tr. Edward Budge. 399 p.
10. Tertullian. Vol. 1: Apologetic and practical treatises. (1842). Tr. C. Dodgson. 531 p.
11. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on St. Matthew, pt. 1 of 3. Homilies 1-25 (1843) Tr. George Prevost. 384 p. (See also #15, 34)
12. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. (1843) Tr. James Tweed. 383 p.
13. Saint Athanasius. Historical tracts. (1843) Tr. Miles Atkinson. 321 p.
14. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians. (1843) Tr. W.C.Cotton & James Tweed. 558 p.
15. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on St. Matthew, pt. 2 of 3. Homilies 26-58 (1843) Tr. George Prevost. 797 p. (See also #11, 34)
16. Saint Augustine. Sermons on selected lessons of the New Testament, v.1. S. Matthew, S. Mark, S. Luke (1844). Tr. R.G. Macmullen. 485 p. (See also #20)
17. Saint Cyprian, and Saint Pacian. The epistles of S. Cyprian...with the Council of Carthage, on the baptism of heretics. 
              With the extant works of S. Pacian: 3 Epistles to Sympronian, Exhortation to Repentance, On baptism. (1844) 
              Tr. H. Carey & C.H.Collyns. 422 p.   pp.319ff are Pacian.
18. Saint Gregory the Great. Morals on the book of Job. Pt. 1 of 4. Parts I and II/Books 1-10 (1844). Tr. Anon.   621 p. (See #18,21,23,31)
19. Saint Athanasius. Select treatises in controversy with the Arians, Pt. 2 (1842). Tr. J.H.Newman.  (See also #8) 
20. Saint Augustine. Sermons on selected lessons of the New Testament, v.2. S. John, Acts, Romans, I Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, I Thessalonians, I Timothy, Titus, James, I John (1845). Tr. R.G. Macmullen. 487 p. Both=1011 p.  (See also #16).
21. Saint Gregory the Great. Morals on the book of Job. Pt. 2 of 4. Parts III and IV and Books 11-22 (1845).  597 p. (See #18,21,23,31)
22. Saint Augustine. Seventeen short treatises. (1847) Tr. C.L.Cornish & H. Browne.  670 p.
23. Saint Gregory the Great. Morals on the book of Job. Pt. 3 of 4. vol. 3. pt. 1. Part V Books 28-29 (1847). Tr. C. Marriott.  
            (See #18,21,23,31)
24. Saint Augustine. Expositions on the Book of Psalms. v. 1 of 6. Psalms 1-36 (1847) Tr. E.B.Pusey, H. Walford, Charles Marriott. 420 p.  6 vols. 
            v. 1. Psalms 1-36.--v. 2. Psalms 37-52.--v. 3. Psalms 53-75.--v. 4. Psalms 76-101.--v. 5. Psalms 102-125.--v. 6. Psalms 126-150 
            (See #24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39)
25. Saint Augustine. Expositions on the Book of Psalms. v. 2 of 6. Psalms 37-52. (1847) Tr. E.B.Pusey, H. Walford, Charles Marriott. 6 vols.  408 p.
            (See #24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39)
26. Saint Augustine. Homilies on the Gospel according to St. John, and his first Epistle. Pt. 1 of 2. Hom. 1-43, S. John 1-8.  (1848) Tr. H. Browne.  
            568 p. 2 vols. (See #26,29)
27. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the Second Epistle of St. Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians (1848) Tr. J. Ashworth. 363 p.
28. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the Gospel of St. John. Pt. 1 of 2.  Hom. 1-41. (1848). Tr. G.T.Stupart. 360 p. (See 28, 36).
29. Saint Augustine. Homilies on the Gospel according to St. John, and his first Epistle. Pt. 2 of 2. Hom.44-124, S, John 9-21 and Hom. 1-10, 1 
            S.John (1849) Tr. H. Browne.  702 p. Both=1288 p. 2 vols. (See #26,29)
30. Saint Augustine. Expositions on the Book of Psalms. v. 3 of 6. Psalms 53-75. (1849) Tr. E.B.Pusey, H. Walford, Charles Marriott. 533 p. 6 vols.  
            (See #24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39)
31. Saint Gregory the Great. Morals on the book of Job. Pt. 4 of 4. vol. 3. pt. 2. Books 30-35 (1850).  (See #18,21,23,31)
32. Saint Augustine. Expositions on the Book of Psalms. v. 4 of 6. Psalms 76-101. (1850) Tr. E.B.Pusey, H. Walford, Charles Marriott. 6 vols.  
            (See #24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39)
33. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the Acts of the Apostles. Pt. 1 of 2. Hom. 1-28. (1851) Tr. Charles Marriot.  (See 33, 35)
34. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on St. Matthew, pt. 3. Homilies 59-90 (1851) Tr. George Prevost. (See also #11, 15).  3 vols=1206 p.
35. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the Acts of the Apostles. Pt. 2 of 2. Homilies 29-55. (1851) Tr. Charles Marriot. Both=740 p.  (See 33, 35)
       Subscriber information at the back of the volume.
36. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies on the Gospel of St. John and his first epistle. Pt. 2 of 2. Hom. 42-88. (1848). Tr. G.T.Stupert. Both=1288 p.(See 28, 36).
37. Saint Augustine. Expositions on the Book of Psalms. v. 5 of 6. Psalms 102-125 (1853) Tr. E.B.Pusey, H. Walford, Charles Marriott. 547 p. 6 vols.  
            (See #24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39).  Volume has information about the series at the end.
38. Saint Athanasius. The festal epistles. (1854) Tr. Henry Burgess. 163 p.
39. Saint Augustine. Expositions on the Book of Psalms. v. 6 of 6. Psalms 126-150. (1847) Tr. E.B.Pusey, H. Walford, Charles Marriott. 548 p. 6 vols.  
            (See #24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39)
40.[42] Saint Justin Martyr.  The works now extant. (1861) [Dr. Williams copy has 1892] Tr. G.J.Davie. 284 p.
41.[40] Saint Ephrem the Syrian. Select works. (1847) Tr. J.B.Morris. 449 p.
42.[41] Saint Irenaeus.  Five books ... against heresies. (1872) Tr. John Keble. 594 p.  Published posthumously.
43. Saint Cyril of Alexandria.  Commentary on the Gospel according to S. John. Pt 1 of 2 (1874) Tr. P.E.Pusey.  (See 43, 48)
44. Saint John Chrysostom. The homilies ... on the Epistle of S. Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews. (1877). Tr. P.E.Pusey/John Barrow. 423 p.
45. Saint Ambrose.  Letters.  (1881).  Tr. Anon. 521 p.
46. Saint Athanasius.  Later treatises of S. Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria, with notes: and an appendix on S. Cyril of Alexandria and 
              Theodoret (1881). Tr. William Bright.  237 p.
47. Saint Cyril of Alexandria. Five Tomes against Nestorius; Scholia on the Incarnation; Christ is One; Fragments against Diodore of Tarsus, 
              Theodore of Mopsuestia, The Synoudiasts. (1881) Tr. Anon. 406 p.
48. Saint Cyril of Alexandria.  Commentary on the Gospel according to S. John. Pt 2 of 2 (1885) Tr. T. Randell (See 43, 48)

[There are supposedly 51 volumes, according to the British Library.  According to the NPNF preface there are 48, and there are 48 in the set at Dr. Williams Library.  However some volumes also existed in a Latin or Greek version, with the same series title page (e.g. Augustine: Confessions, Chrysostom on Romans, Chrysostom on 1 Cor, Chrysostom on 2 Cor).  These really belong to the Bibliotheca Patrum Ecclesiae Catholicae series, and were not supplied to subscribers of the English version but are included in the run in some libraries, such as Cambridge University Library.  Also note that the date of publication on the series title page is sometimes not the same as that on the volume title page!].

Note that vols. 40, 41, and 42 in this list are numbered 42, 40 and 41 in Dr. Williams Library.  In this case, the volume number has been written in pencil inside, and it seems quite possible that this is the correct numbering.

Note to the online text.  This collection has been made by searching for forgotten English translations of the fathers not available online.  In common with most people, I had presumed until recently that all the works in this series had been reedited or reprinted as part of the later Ante-Nicene Fathers (etc) series.  On discovering the existence of vol. 45, containing all the letters of Ambrose, it became clear to me that this was not so, and that the series was still active later than anyone had realised.  The above list is a work in progress.  It has been compiled from library catalogues through Copac, and will be extended as more information becomes available.  I can already see works by Pacian and Cyril of Alexandria which are not part of the ANF.

Roger PEARSE
Ipswich
23rd September 2003


After page 740 of vol. 35 (Chrysostom on Acts, vol. 2), there is the following information:

LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS.
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PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL TEXTS.

THE plan of publishing some at the least of the originals of the Fathers, whose works were translated in the "Library," has been steadily kept in view from the first, and Collations have now been obtained, at considerable expense, at Rome, Paris, Munich, Vienna, Florence, Venice, and the Editors have materials for. the principal works of S. Chrysostom, for S. Cyril of Jerusalem, S. Macarius, Tertullian, and S. Augustine's Homilies on the Psalms. Collations are also being made for S. Gregory of Nyssa.

Of these, they have begun with S. CHRYSOSTOM on St. Paul, the Rev. F. Field, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, having united with them in this great task. He has already edited the Homilies on the Epistles to the Corinthians, and is now carrying through the press those on the Epistle to the Romans.

All the best MSS. known in Europe have been collated for this edition, and the text has been considerably improved, as that of the Homilies on S. Matthew had already been by the same Editor *. There is then every prospect that the English Edition of S. Chrysostom will be again the best extant.

All the extant European MSS. have likewise been collated for S. CYRIL of JERUSALEM and TERTULLIAN. Of these S. CYRIL is nearly ready for the press.

The publication of Tertullian has been delayed, because it was discovered that the result of the collations would be to make the text more genuine, yet more difficult than before. M. Heyse, who was collating for the Editors at Rome, being requested to search for the MS. or MSS. which F. Ursinus alleged that he had used, discovered the original papers of Ursinus, in which it appeared that the readings which Rigaltius adopted from him, were in fact only ingenious conjectures by Ursinus himself, which he gave out as collations of M SS. The Editor of the treatises of Tertullian already translated, being thus thrown back upon the older text, found reason to think that in those cases the readings, which Ursinus had corrected, although at first sight obscurer, were (he believes with one exception) the most genuine.

With regard to S. Augustine, there seemed reason to think that there was very little or nothing left to be done for the improvement of the text after the admirable labours of the Benedictines. Some collations which the Editors obtained, through their laborious Collator, from very ancient MSS. of his Epistles at Monte-Cassino, confirmed this impression. And this is again renewed by some Collations on the Psalms, which the same Scholar has made for them from a very ancient Codex rescriptus in the [p.2] Vatican, Still, besides the improvement of the text of any Father, if possible, the Editors had the distinct object of making single valuable works accessible to Clergy who could not afford to purchase his whole works. They, therefore, propose to publish S. Augustine's Homilies on the Psalms, since they are not only a deep and valuable Commentary on a portion of Holy Scripture, which forms so large a part of our public devotions, but contain, perhaps, more of his practical theology and hints as to the inward spiritual life, than most of his works. Besides the above Vatican MS, Collations are being made of some of the Bodleian MSS, which have not been used, since even an occasional improvement of the collocation, or still more occasional of the text itself, is not without interest in a work of such exceeding value.

Large Collations had been made for S. MACARIUS, and it seemed almost ready for publication, when their indefatigable Collator, M. Heyse, discovered in the Vatican an entirely different recension. In accordance with the rules of the Vatican, access was, upon this, denied them to all MSS. whatever of S. Macarius, and the edition has consequently been, for the time, suspended.

For S. GREGORY OF NYSSA considerable preparations have been made, although nothing is yet ready for the press.

For these undertakings, the Editors have only their private resources, (any profits from the translations having been much more than absorbed by the Collations.) The present number of Subscribers to the original texts is only 421. Works printed in England have, owing to the expense of labour here, but a limited circulation abroad. If then it is wished that the publication of the originals should proceed more rapidly, there must be additional Subscribers.

* Mr. Field's edition of the Homilies on S. Matthew is supplied to Subscribers to the Library at the same reduced rate as the other volumes. [Publisher.]

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UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
WILLIAM, LATE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY,
FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT A.D. 1836, 
UNTIL HIS GRACE'S DEPARTURE IN PEACE A.D. 1848.
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A

LIBRARY OF FATHERS

OF THE

HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH,

ANTERIOR TO THE DIVISION OF THE EAST AND WEST.

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TRANSLATED BY MEMBERS OF THE ENGLISH CHURCH,
WITH NOTICES OF THE RESPECTIVE FATHERS, AND BRIEF NOTES BY THE EDITORS, 
WHERE REQUIRED, AND SUMMARIES OF CHAPTERS AND INDICES.

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EDITED BY

THE REV. E. B. PUSEY, D.D.
Regius Professor of Hebrew, Canon of Christ Church, late Fellow of Oriel, College,

THE REV. JOHN KEBLE, M.A.
Late Professor of Poetry, and Fellow of Oriel College,.

THE REV. C. MARRIOTT, B.D.
Fellow of Oriel College.

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A PUBLICATION, answering to the above title, appeared to the Editors calculated to answer many and important ends, and to supply considerable wants, some peculiar to our own Church and times, others more general.

Their chief grounds for thinking it very desirable were such as the following:----

1. The great intrinsic value of many of the works of the Fathers, which are, at present, inaccessible, except to such as have large libraries, and are familiar with the languages in which they are written; and this the more, since a mere general acquaintance with the language will not enable a person to read with ease many of the Fathers. E. g. Knowledge of Latin alone will not suffice to read Tertullian: and in cases less strong, ecclesiastical language and peculiarity of style will often present considerable difficulties at first.

2. The desirableness of bringing together select works of different Fathers. Many who would wish to become acquainted with the Fathers, know not where to begin; and scarcely any have the means to procure any great number of their works. Editions of the whole works of a Father, (such as we for the most part have,) are obviously calculated for divines, not for private individuals: they furnish more of the works of each Father than most require, and their expense precludes the acquisition of others.

3. The increased demand for sacred reading. The Clergy of one period are obviously unequal to meet demands so rapid, and those of our day have additional hindrances, from the great increased amount of practical duties. Where so much is to be produced, there is of necessity great danger that [p.4] much will not be so mature as, on these subjects, is especially to be desired. Our occupations do not leave time for mature thought.

4. Every body of Christians has a peculiar character, which tends to make them look upon the system of faith, committed to us, on a particular side; and so, if they carry it on by themselves, they insensibly contract its limits and depth, and virtually lose a great deal of what they think that they hold. While the system of the Church, as expressed by her Creeds and Liturgy, remains the same, that of her members will gradually become contracted and shallow, unless continually enlarged and refreshed. In ancient times this tendency was remedied by the constant living intercourse between the several branches of the Catholic Church, by the circulation of the writings of the Fathers of the several Churches, and, in part, by the present method----translation. We virtually acknowledge the necessity of such accessions by our importations from Germany and America; but the circumstances of Germany render mere translation unadvisable, and most of the American Theology proceeds from bodies who have altered the doctrine of the Sacraments.

5. The peculiar advantages of the Fathers in resisting heretical errors, in that they had to combat the errors in their original form, before men's minds were familiarized with them, and so risked partaking of them; and also in that they lived nearer to the Apostles.

6. The great comfort of being able to produce, out of Christian antiquity, refutations of heresy, (such as the different shades of the Arian:) thereby avoiding the necessity of discussing, ourselves, profane errors, which, on so high mysteries, cannot be handled without pain, and rarely without injury to our own minds.

7. The advantage which some of the Fathers (e. g. St. Chrysostom) possessed as Commentators on the New Testament, from speaking its language.

8. The value of having an ocular testimony of the existence of Catholic verity, and Catholic agreement; that truth is not merely what a man troweth; that the Church once was one, and spake one language; and that the present unhappy divisions are not necessary and unavoidable.

9. The circumstance that the Anglican branch of the Church Catholic is founded upon Holy Scripture and the agreement of the Universal Church; and that therefore the knowledge of Christian antiquity is necessary in order to understand and maintain her doctrines, and especially her Creeds and her Liturgy.

10. The importance, at the present crisis, of exhibiting the real practical value of Catholic Antiquity, which is disparaged by Romanists in order to make way for the later Councils, and by others in behalf of modern and private interpretations of Holy Scripture. The character of Catholic antiquity, and of the scheme of salvation, as set forth therein, cannot be appreciated through the broken sentences of the Fathers, which men pick up out of controversial divinity.

11. The great danger in which Romanists are of lapsing into secret infidelity, not seeing how to escape from the palpable errors of their own Church, without falling into the opposite errors of Ultra-Protestants. It appeared an act of especial charity to point out to such of them as are dissatisfied with the state of their own Church, a body of ancient Catholic truth, free from the errors, alike of modern Rome and of Ultra-Protestantism.

12. Gratitude to ALMIGHTY GOD, who has raised up these great lights in the Church of Christ, and set them there for its benefit in all times.  [p.5]

EXTRACTS FROM THE PLAN OF THE WORK.

1. The subjects of the several treatises to be published shall mainly be, Doctrine, Practice, Exposition of Holy Scripture, Refutation of Heresy, or History.

8. The Editors hold themselves responsible for the selection of the several treatises to be translated, as also for the faithfulness of the translations.

11. The originals of the works translated shall be printed*. It would be well, therefore, if Subscribers would specify, if they wish for the originals, either with or without the translations.

12. It is understood that subscriptions continue, until it be intimated that they are discontinued, and that they extend, under ordinary circumstances, to the end of each year.

14. Not more than four volumes to appear for each year: the price to Subscribers not to exceed 9s. for a closely printed 8vo of 400 pages; to the public it will be raised one-fourth. When old Translations are revised, the price will be diminished.

* The object of publishing the originals has been steadily kept in view, though delayed by difficulties, inseparable from the commencement of such an undertaking, as well as by sorrowful dispensations. Collations of MSS.at Rome, Paris, Moscow, Munich, Vienna, Florence, Venice, have now been in part obtained, in part are being made, for S. Chrysostom's Homilies on S. Paul, on the Statues, S. Cyril of Jerusalem, Macarius, Tertullian, S.Greg. Nyss. &c.

RIVINGTONS, LONDON; J. H. PARKER, OXFORD.
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Works already published

ATHANASIUS, S.

On the Nicene Definition, Councils of Ariminum and Seleucia, and the Orations against the Arians, 2 vols.

Rev. J.H. Newman, B.D. late fellow of Oriel.

Historical Documents

Rev. M. Atkinson, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln.

AUGUSTINE, S.

Confessions

Old translation, revised by E.B.Pusey, D.D.

Homilies on the New Testament, 2 vols.

Rev. R.G. Macmullen, M.A. late fellow of C.C.C.

On the Psalms, Vols. 1. 2.

partly by Rev. J.E.Tweed, Chaplain of Christ Church

On the Psalms, Vol. 3

T.Scratton, B.A. hC.ch

On the Psalms, Vol. 4

Rev. C.E. Prichard, M.A. Fellow of Balliol.

Practical Treatises

( Rev C.L.Cornish, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter
( Rev. H. Browne, M.A. C.C.C. Camb.

On St. John's Gospel, Part 1 and 2.

Rev. H. Browne, M.A.

CYRIL, S. OF JERUSALEM

Catechetical Discourses

Rev. R.W. Church, M.A. Fellow of Oriel.

CYPRIAN S.

Treatises

late Rev. C. Thornton, M.A. Christ Church

Epistles

Rev. H. Carey, M.A. Worcester College

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Homilies on St. Matthew, 3 parts

Rev. Sir G. Prevost, M.A. Oriel.

On St. John, Part 1 and 2.

Rev. G.T. Stupart, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter.

On the Acts, Part 1 and 2.

Rev T. Sheppard, M.A. Oriel.

On the Epistles to the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.

( Rev. J.B. Morris, M.A. late fellow of Exeter.
( Rev. J. Medley, M.A. (now Ld. Bishop of Fredericton)
( Rev. H.K. Cornish, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter.
( The late C. Wood, M.A. Oriel.
( Rev. W. J. Copeland, B.D. Fellow of Trinity.
( Rev. W.C. Cotton, M.A. Student of Ch. Ch.
( Rev. J. A. Ashworth, M.A. Fellow of Brase-nose.
( Rev. J. Tweed, M.A. C.C.C. Camb.

Homilies on the Statues

Rev. E. Budge, B.A. Christ's Coll. Camb.

GREGORY, S. THE GREAT

Magna Moralia, 3 vols.

Rev. Jas. Bliss, M.A. Oriel.

PACIAN, S.

Epp. to Sympr.; on Repentance and Baptism

Rev. C. H. Collyns, M.A. late Student of Ch. Ch.

TERTULLIAN

Apologetic and Practical Treatises

Rev. C. Dodgson, M.A. late Student of Ch. Ch.

ORIGINALS

AUGUSTINE

Confessiones

Rev. E. B. Pusey.

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Hom. in Ep. ad Rom.
Hom. in Ep. 1 et 2. ad Cor.
Hom. in Eph. ad Gal. et Ep.

Rev. F. Field, M.A. Trinity Coll. Camb.

THEODORET

Com. in Epp. ad Rom. Cor. Gal.

Rev. C. Marriott, B. D. Oriel.

In the Press

AUGUSTINE, S.

On the Psalms, Vol. 5

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GREGORY, S. THEOLOGUS, OF NAZIANZUM

Sermons

Rev. R.F. Wilson, M.A. Oriel.

ORIGINALS

THEODORET

Commentary on the Epistles of St. Paul

Rev. C. Marriott, B.D. Oriel. [p.6]

Preparing for Publication

ACTS of early MARTYRS

(Genuine)

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AMBROSE, S.

On the Psalms

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On St. Luke

partly by the late S.F.Wood, M.A. Oriel

Doctrinal Treatises

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Epistles

partly by the late S.F.Wood, M.A. Oriel

ATHANASIUS, S.

Tracts on the Incarnation and Holy Spirit

Rev. C. Daman, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel.

AUGUSTINE, S.

Anti-Pelagian Tracts

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Anti-Donatist Tracts

Rev. G.H.Forbes

Homilies on St. John's First Epistle

Rev. H. Browne, M.A. C.C.C. Camb.

Epistles

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City of God

Rev. C. Daman, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel.

BASIL, S. THE GREAT

Letters, Treatises and Homilies

Rev. Is. Williams, M.A. late Fellow of Trinity

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Homilies on St. John, part II.

Rev. G.T.Stupart, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter

--------------- the Hebrews

Rev. T. Keble, M.A. late Fellow of C.C.C.

Select Homilies

Rev. C.B. Pearson, M.A. Oriel.

On the Priesthood

The late Bp. Jebb, finished by Rev. J. Jebb, M.A.

Epistles

Rev. E. Churton, M.A. Christ Church

CLEMENT, S. OF ALEXANDRIA

Paedogogus

Rev. G. J. Davie, M.A. Exeter

CYRIL, S. OF ALEXANDRIA

Against Nestorius

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On St. John's Gospel

Rev. H. Browne, M.A. C.C.C. Cambridge

EUSEBIUS

Ecclesiastical History

Rev. E.A.Dayman, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter

GREGORY, S. THE GREAT

Homilies on the Gospels

Rev. T.A. Buckley, B.A. Ch. Ch.

Pastoral

Rev. J. James, M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxford.

HILARY, S.

On the Trinity

Rev. A. Short, M.A. (Bp. of Adelaide)

-------- Psalms

G.G.Hayter, B.A. late Scholar of Oriel.

On St. Matthew

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IRENAEUS, S.

Against Heresy

Rev. J. Keble, M.A.

JEROME, S.

Epistles

Rev. J. Mozley, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen

JUSTIN, M.

Works

Rev. G. J. Davie, M.A. Exeter

LEO, S. THE GREAT

Sermons and Epistles

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MACARIUS, S.

Works

Old translation revised by Rev. C. Marriott, B.D. 
Fellow of Oriel.  Additions by T.A.Buckley, B.A. Ch. Ch.

OPTATUS, S.

On the Donatist Schism

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ORIGEN

Against Celsus

Rev. J. F. Christie, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel

TERTULLIAN

Works

Rev. C. Dodgson, M.A. late Student of Ch. Ch.

THEODORET, &c.

Ecclesiastical History

Rev. C. Marriot, B.D. Fellow of Oriel

Compendium of Heresies and Dialogues

Rev. R. Scott, M.A. late Fellow of Balliol.

MISCELLANIES

St. Clement of Alex. "Quis dives salvetur?" Ep. ad Diognetum; Tracts of Hippolytus.

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ORIGINALS

AUGUSTINE, S.

Ennarationes in Psalmos.

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CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles

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CYRIL, S. OF JERUSALEM

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MACARIUS, S.

Homiliae et Opuscula

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*** This list was never meant to be final, and it has been, from time to time, enlarged. It might then save waste of labour, if persons contemplating the translation of works, not set down, would enquire of the Editors, whether they are included in the plan.

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Also, uniform with the Library, price 14s. To Subscribers to the Library of the Fathers, 10s. 6d
SELECT WORKS of S. EPHREM THE SYRIAN. Translated out of the Original Syriac. With NOTES and INDICES. 

Oxford, John Henry Parker ; F, and J. Rivington, London.


[Note to the online text: Page 7ff contains a list of subscribers, which has been omitted]


After page 548 in vol. 37 (Augustine on the Psalms, vol. 5), there is the following information:

LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS.
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PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL TEXTS.

THE plan of publishing some at the least of the originals of the Fathers, whose works were translated in the "Library," has been steadily kept in view from the first, and Collations have now been obtained, at considerable expense, at Rome, Paris, Munich, Vienna, Florence, Venice, and the Editors have materials for the principal works of S. Chrysostom, for S. Cyril of Jerusalem, S. Macarius, Tertullian, and S. Augustine's Homilies on the Psalms. Collations are also being made for S. Gregory of Nyssa.

Of these, they have begun with S. CHRYSOSTOM on St. Paul, the Rev. F. Field, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, having united with them in this great task. He has already edited the Homilies on the Epistles to the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians, and is ready to complete the edition of the Homilies on St. Paul, if the Editors are enabled to publish them.

All the best MSS. known in Europe have been collated for this edition, and the text has been considerably improved, as that of the Homilies on S. Matthew had already been by the same Editor. There is then every prospect that the English Edition of S. Chrysostom will be again the best extant.

All the extant European MSS. have likewise been collated for S. CYRIL of JERUSALEM and TERTULLIAN, Of these S. CYRIL is nearly ready for the press.

The publication of Tertullian has been delayed, because it was discovered that the result of the collations would be to make the text more genuine, yet more difficult than before. M. Heyse, who was collating for the Editors at Rome, being requested to search for the MS. or MSS. which F. Ursinus alleged that he had used, discovered the original papers of Ursinus, in which it appeared that the readings which Rigaltius adopted from him, were in fact only ingenious conjectures by Ursinus himself, which he gave out as collations of MSS. The Editor of the treatises of Tertullian already translated, being thus thrown back upon the older text, found reason to think that in those cases the readings, which Ursinus had corrected, although at first sight obscurer, were (he believes with one exception) the most genuine.

With regard to S. Augustine, there seemed reason to think that there was very little or nothing left to be done for the improvement of the text after the admirable labours of the Benedictines. Some collations which the Editors obtained, through their laborious Collator, from very ancient MSS. of his Epistles at Monte-Cassino, confirmed this impression. And this is again renewed by some Collations on the Psalms, which the same [p.2] Scholar has made for them from a very ancient Codex rescriptus in the Vatican, Still, besides the improvement of the text of any Father, if possible, the Editors had the distinct object of making single valuable works accessible to Clergy who could not afford to purchase his whole works. They, therefore, propose to publish S. Augustine's Homilies on the Psalms, since they are not only a deep and valuable Commentary on a portion of Holy Scripture, which forms so large a part of our public devotions, but contain, perhaps, more of his practical theology and hints as to the inward spiritual life, than most of his works. Besides the above Vatican MS, Collations are being made of some of the Bodleian MSS, which have not been used, since even an occasional improvement of the collocation, or still more occasional of the text itself, is not without interest in a work of such exceeding value.

Large Collations had been made for S. MACARIUS, and it seemed almost ready for publication, when their indefatigable Collator, M. Heyse, disco-vered in the Vatican an entirely different recension. In accordance with the rules of the Vatican, access was, upon this, denied them to all MSS. whatever of S. Macarius, and the edition has consequently been, for the time, suspended.

For S. GREGORY OF NYSSA considerable preparations have been made, although nothing is yet ready for the press.

For these undertakings, the Editors have only their private resources, (any profits from the translations having been much more than absorbed by the Collations.) The present number of Subscribers to the original texts is only 421. Works printed in England have, owing to the expense of labour here, but a limited circulation abroad. If then it is wished that the publication of the originals should proceed more rapidly, there must be additional Subscribers. [p.3]


LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS.

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THE Library of the Fathers has now been continued, through the good Providence of God, for fourteen years. Thirty-seven volumes have been published, consisting chiefly of Homilies, explanatory of Holy Scripture. There have thus appeared Comments by S. Chrysostom on S. Matthew, S. John, the Acts, and the whole of S. Paul, except that on the Epistle to the Hebrews, which it is intended to publish shortly. Those already published form fourteen volumes.

Of S. Augustine, there have been published his Homilies on S. John's Gospel and first Epistle, in two volumes; five volumes of Homilies on the Psalms; and two volumes containing all those of his Sermons which have been preserved upon detached parts of the New Testament.

The Commentary upon Job by S. Gregory the Great, which from the fulness of its practical and spiritual teaching, and wonderful knowledge of the human mind, has been called the Magna Moralia, has also been published in four volumes. Thus, on Holy Scripture alone, there have been published twenty-seven volumes of Commentaries.

One more volume (which will appear about the close of the year) will complete S. Augustine's Commentary on the Psalms. They are, as a whole, the deepest Commentary extant on that portion of Holy Scripture, which has ever formed so large a part of the devotions of the Church. Together with a continual correction of the errors of Pelagius, they contain a deep fund of practical religious teaching, and hints as to the inward spiritual life. S. Augustine's love of Christ, and a spiritual instinct, taught him how to understand the Psalms, of Christ. Where we see, at length, with thought, that Christ is the deepest subject of a Psalm, it is striking to observe S. Augustine's clear intuitive perception, "This Psalm breathes wholly of Christ."

S. Chrysostom's Commentary on the Hebrews, (which will with God's help, appear within a year,) will complete that great Father's Comments on the New Testament, which occupy five volumes and a half of the Benedictine edition.

There will thus be a body of Commentary on most of the New Testament, consisting of one Comment on S. Matthew's Gospel, two on S. John's, one on the Acts, on S. Paul's Epistles, and the first Epistle of S. John; and these, among the greatest works of Antiquity. [p.4]

On this head, the Editors wish especially to add S Cyril of Alexandria's Commentary on S. John, on account of its great depth and fervour; S. Hilary on S. Matthew; S. Ambrose on S. Luke; Theodoret on S. Paul, as being concise and solid; and of S. Gregory the Great, if not his two books on Ezekiel, at least, the two upon the Gospels.

Of other Fathers, there have been published all the Apologetic and Practical Treatises of Tertullian; the whole of S. Cyprian; the extant works of S. Pacian; S. Cyril of Jerusalem's Lectures on the Apostles Creed; S. Athanasius' Treatises against the Arians, and other historical Treatises, and (uniform with the Library select Rhythms of S. Ephrem Syrus, chiefly on the Nativity and on Faith. The historical Treatises of S. Athanasius are the chief authority for the history of the period. The notes upon the Treatises against the Arians, contain a body of instruction upon great doctrines of the Faith which forms a valuable accession to to Bull and Pearson.

Of S. Augustine, there have also been published the Confessions, and a volume of Treatises on Faith and Practice, which, from the extent to which Mss. of them were multiplied, appear to have been a favourite study of religious minds in subsequent centuries.

Of S. Chrysostom there has also been published a translation of the celebrated Homilies on the Statues, i. e. his Sermons preached at Antioch, in a period of heavy suspense, to support and comfort the people, and bring them to repentance

In regard to future undertakings, the translation of the works of S. Justin Martyr is completed. Mr. Keble has translated the whole of S. Irenaeus. A translation of S. Athanasius' long-lost Paschal Epistles (which have been recently recovered and published in the Syriac translation) is nearly ready. These are at present accessible only to Syriac scholars: no translation, even into Latin, having been made. To these the Editors propose to append some other Treatises of S. Athanasius on the Incarnation of our Lord, and the Divinity of God the Holy Ghost.

Of the remaining list of works which they had contemplated, the work of S. Hilary on the Trinity, by the Bishop of Adelaide, is completed; as are S. Chrysostom on the Priesthood, by the late Bishop Jebb; the Epistles of S. Ambrose, and the Homilies of S. Gregory of Nazianzum, "the Theologian," who is more eloquent than S. Chrysostom. These with Origen's answer to Celsus; the refutation of Nestorius by S. Cyril of Alexandria, the Doctrinal Treatises of S. Ambrose, and the Pastorale of S. Gregory the Great would plainly be a very valuable accession to what has been already done.

Mr. Marriott has also partly prepared for publication a revised translation of S. Macanus' Homilies, which, to use his words "are valuable for the experiences of a devout life. He treats of the efforts of the soul to free itself from the world, and to find rest in God, and the various degrees of grace given, and of trials [p.5] permitted. Granville Penn translated great part of his Opuscula under the title of Christian Perfection."

The intended publication of the original of S. Macarius has been hindered by the refusal of the authorities at the Vatican to allow the much fuller recension of S. Macarius, which M. Heyse discovered, to be examined. The Editors were unwilling to publish the original, amid the uncertainty whether what has hitherto been published be a mere abridgment of the actual Homilies of S. Macarius, or whether the Vatican Ms. be an expansion of them by a later hand. This, however, did not seem to present any objection to a translation, since we possess all which was known of S. Macarius, until this discovery of M. Heyse: and we need not forego what we have, because we cannot obtain what we would. The intrinsic value of the practical teaching of a devout mind remains the same, whether it exist elsewhere in a more perfect form or no.

Translations have also been made of S. Chrysostom's Homilies on the Nativity and the Baptism of our Lord, on the Betrayal, on the Crucifixion and the Penitent Thief, on the Resurrection, on the Ascension, on the Day of Pentecost, on the Agony in the Garden, on Godly Life, the six on Repentance, five on the Incomprehensible Nature of God, the Catéchèses addressed to candidates for Holy Baptism, the Homily on his own Ordination as Presbyter, &c. forming a volume of his best detached Homilies.

On the history of the Church, the Editors intended to publish a new translation of Eusebius; the older English translations being too vague, though spirited; and the more recent translation not being satisfactory.

For the next period they had purposed to publish a translation of Theodoret, adding in notes any additional facts from Socrates, or his copyist Sozomen.

They have also a translation of Theodoret's Compendious account of Heresies; and his valuable Dialogues against heresy.

Of the Originals, Mr. Field, (who in critical skill is inferior, probably, to no living scholar, and who lias shewn a remarkable discernment in restoring the text of S. Chrysostom,) has edited for the Library, S. Chrysostom's Homilies on the Epistles to the Romans, the Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians, in four volumes. This edition, if completed, will be unquestionably the best edition ever published. For the parts which have been already published, the Editors obtained the collations of all the best extant Mss. in Europe, from the libraries of Paris, Munich, Vienna, Rome.

The Editors were glad of the opportunity of printing 1000 additional copies of each of these volumes of S. Chrysostom, in order to place them at the disposal of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge for the use of the Greek Church. They took upon themselves the expense of the Collations; Mr. Field bestowed gratuitously his own labour in editing and correcting the press, and so these four thousand volumes were furnished at the [p.6] expense of the paper and half the composing only, amounting to £623 8s. 2d. This leaves a debt upon these four volumes of £449 13s. 11d.

The Library of the Fathers, which the Editors have, by God's mercy, been permitted to continue hitherto, has amply fulfilled the objects, with which they undertook it, to provide a body of sound teaching and exposition of Holy Scripture. The part of the original plan which has been least executed, has been the refutation of heresy, although on this point also, the full and valuable notes on S. Athanasius supply a condensed body of instruction, not to be found elsewhere, and S. Athanasius himself has a wonderful power of teaching beyond the immediate subject in which he is engaged.

The actual number of volumes of translations of the Fathers, thus, at present, put into circulation, is 60,234. Of the originals, (in addition to those sent into Greece,) only 2003. Of these, 826 were of the Latin of S. Augustine's Confessions; 109 of the first volume of Theodoret on S. Paul.

How much further the plan will be continued must now depend upon additional support. The profits, which arose from the more extensive sale at the beginning of the plan, and from the relinquishment of the sum due to two of the translators, were long ago absorbed in obtaining collations of the originals a. Indeed, the later collations have been obtained at the expense of one of the Editors. The distresses of the latter part of the period, during which the Library has been carried on, have deprived them of some of the original Subscribers; many, in the course of so many years, must have passed out of the world, into the Presence of God; many Subscribers have been lost sight of, through change of place; some, doubtless, have found themselves unable to continue their subscriptions to a workwhich now amounts to thirty-seven volumes. Amid the increasing poverty of the body of the Clergy, and increased demands upon any funds they have, for works of piety and charity, few comparatively have been able to commence a subscription which involved the purchase of the large number of volumes already published. Meanwhile, the payment to Translators having been arranged under other circumstances, and the enlarged number of copies (two thousand) having still been printed of the more recent publications, the Editor, who from the first undertook the expense, finds himself responsible (including three recent reprints which were necessary to make the Library complete, and the present volume of St. Augustine on the Psalms) for a sum of £3078, which must be paid out of his own resources, unless replaced by the sale of the large number of copies on hand, Another Editor has made himself responsible for the original of Theodoret, amounting to £148 9s. [p.7]

This Editor is not embarassed as to the existing liabilities, since great portion of the debt must be liquidated in time, by the sale of the copies already printed, of which there will be 21,203 of the thirty-eight volumes of the translations, and 3003 of five volumes of the originals. Yet since he has not the means to meet any further expenditure, unless some change shall take place in the circumstances of the Library, those works only can be published to which the Editors are already pledged, or which involve no additional risk. Of the first sort, by the terms of the Subscription, are the works, as yet uncompleted; and accordingly the remaining volume of S. Augustine on the Psalms, and S. Chrysostom on the Hebrews, will, with God's help, be published before the close of the present year. It is thought that S, Justin Martyr, and S. Irenaeus, as very early Fathers, and S. Athanasius' Paschal Epistles, as being yet inaccessible, can be published without risk of further debt.

A plan has been arranged with the Publisher, which may enable those who so wish, to obtain separate works of the Fathers published, and those who have the earlier volumes of any work, to complete their sets. This may perhaps set the Library so far free, as to permit it to embrace those further works, whose publication seems most desirable. But whether this be so or no, the Editors would give humble thanks to Him Who has prospered their design hitherto, in the deeper inculcation both of faith and works, well pleasing in His sight.

DEO SOLI GLORIA.

E. B. PUSEY.

Christ Church.

* The sum paid for all the collations of original Mss. appears to have amounted to £1271 17s. 4d.

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P.S. In consequence of expressions of kindness from some few friends, to whom the circumstances of the Library became known, the Editor is obliged to add, explicitly, that he does not wish for, nor could he accept, any assistance, direct or indirect, towards the removal of the debt which, in reference to the continuance of the undertaking, he has been obliged to mention. Amid the many calls, which weigh down or distract those who are disposed to give, he could not be relieved of the debt by money which would otherwise be employed in God's service. Nor does he wish to see any forced sale of the Library; but the contrary. In time, it will be seen and felt, that the comments of the Fathers on Holy Scripture are deeper, and bring out the sense of Holy Scripture more, than modern comments; and that they are of more use to those, whether teachers or taught, who wish to understand the full meaning of the Holy Scriptures. The more our Clergy study these Sermons on Holy Scripture, and imbibe of the Spirit through [p.8] which they were written, the deeper and more useful will their own Sermons be. When this is so, S. Augustine, e. g. on S. John, will be in the hands of those who wish to understand S. John, as other human helps are now. To provide this, was and is one especial object of the Library. There would be no good in anticipating that time, by loading shelves with books which were not read.

A wish having been expressed by some to know the extent to which it is contemplated to continue the Library, the following calculation has been made of the probable size of the works mentioned above as desirable.

Commentaries on Holy Scripture.

 

Probable Prices.

S. Cyril on S. John, about 1120 pages 2 vols.

 1 4 0

S. Ambrose on S. Luke, about  560   1 vol. 0 12 0
S. Hilary on S. Matthew 280   0 6 0
S. Gregory on the Gospels  460  1 vol.  0 9 0
Theodoret on S. Paul, about  400  1 vol.  0 8 6

Doctrinal and other Works,

S. Hilary on the Trinity  760  2 thin vols. 0 15 0
S. Macarius, about  500  1 vol.  0 10 6
S. Chrysostome, Homilies (as above)  1 vol.
S. Chrysostome on the Priesthood  150 )
S. Gregory on the Pastoral Office  200 ) 1 vol.  0 7 6
S. Gregory Nazianzene, Homilies  1300  3 vols.  1 7 0
S, Ambrose on the Faith )
------------------- the Holy Ghost )  580 1 vol 0 12 0
------------------- the Incarnation )
------------ Epistles 760 2 thin vols.  0 16 0
Origen against Celsus  960   2 vols. 1 0 0
S. Cyril Alex. against Nestorius  200 0 5 0
Eusebius, Eccles. History  1 vol.  0 7 0
Theodoret, &c. Eccl. Hist.  1 vol.  0 7 0
Theodoret, Dialogues, and on Heresies 1 vol. 0 7 0

These, as a whole, would make a supplement to the Library, of about 23 volumes. They might make a whole by themselves. But they cannot be published, unless either there be additional subscriptions to these works, or the debt on the Library be diminished. Any portion however may be published, for which there shall be 400 additional Subscribers, there being apparently, at present, only 877. To the originals it appears that there are only 189 Subscribers. [p.9]


LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS.

 

Published Price. £. s. d.

Subscribers' Price. £. s. d.

S. AUGUSTINE----Confessions, fourth edition,  0 9 0 )
---------------Sermons on the New Testament, 2 vols.  1 8 0 )
---------------Homilies on the Psalms, 5 vols.  2 18 0 )
--------------------------on the Gospel and First Epistle of S. John, 2 vols.  1 10 0 ) 
---------------Practical Treatises  0 16 0 )
          Or the 11 Volumes,  7 4 0  5 8 6
S. CHRYSOSTOM----Homilies on S. Matthew, 3 vols. 1 16 0 )
------------------on S. John, 2 vols.

1 4 6 ) 

------------------on the Acts, 2 vols. 1 1 0 )
------------------on S. Paul's Epistles, (excepting the Hebrews, which are in preparation) 7 vols.  4 0 0 )
------------------on the Statues   0 12 0 )
          Or the 15 Volumes,  8 13 6  6 10 6
S. CYRIL----Lectures on the Creed, third edition,  0 10 6  0 8 0
S. CYPRIAN----Works, 2 vols, second edition,  1 2 6  0 17 0
S.GREGORY THE GREAT----Morals on the Book of Job,  4 vols.  2 15 6  2 1 0
S. ATHANASIUS----Against the Arians, 2 vols.  0 19 6) 
-----------------------Historical Tracts  0 10 6)
          Or the 3 Volumes,  1 10 0  1 3 0
TERTULLIAN----Apologetic and Practical Treatises  0 15 0  0 11 0
          Or the complete Set, (as far as published,) 37 Volumes,  22 11 0  16 19 0

Also uniform with the Library.

S. EPHRAEM----(from the Syriac)----Rhythms on the Nativity, and on Faith  0 14 0  0 10 6

ORIGINAL TEXTS.

S. AUGUSTINI Confessiones.  0 9 0  0 7 0
S. CHRYSOSTOMI Homiliae in Matthaeum, 3 vols.  2 2 0  1 11 6
--------------------- in D. Pauli Epistolas ad Corinthios I.  0 14 0 )
----------------------------------------------- ad Corinthios II.  0 10 6 )
---------------------------------------------- ad Romanos  0 12 0 )
---------------------------------------------- ad Galatas et Ephesios  0 9 0 )
          Or the 4 Volumes,  2 0 6  1 14 6
THEODORETI----Commentarius in D.Pauli Epistolas ad Romanos, Corinthios, et Galatas  0 10 0  0 8 0
          Or the 9 Volumes, 5 7 0  4 1 0 

Any of the above Sets may be had as separate Works, not as parts of the Library.  [p.10]


The following Sets may be had at Subscribers' Prices.

£. s. d.
1. The 9 Volumes of S. Augustine on Holy Scripture  4 9 6
2. S. Chrysostom on S. Matthew, S. John, and the Acts, 7 vols.  3 1 6
3. --------------------- S. Paul, (all but the Ep. to the Heb.) 7 vols.  3 0 6
4. S. Gregory on Job, 4 vols.  2 1 0
5. S. Athanasius, 3 vols.  1 3 0
6. S. Chrysostomi Homiliae in D. Pauli Epp. ad Rom. Cor. Gal 4 vols.  1 14 6

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The later Volumes of Works, which are needed to make up Sets, may be had at Subscribers' Prices by those who have the earlier. There must be many uncompleted Sets of S. Chrysostom on S. Matthew and S. Paul; S. Gregory on Job; S. Augustine on the Psalms; and S. Athanasius against the Arians.

Price of single Volumes to make up Sets.

Subscribers' Prices. £. s. d.
S. ATHANASIUS----Against the Arians, Part II.  0 8 0
S.AUGUSTINE----Sermons on the New Testament, Vol. 2,  0 10 6
                                                     on the Psalms, Vol. 2.  0 8 0
                                                                                          3.  0 10 6
                                                                                          4.  0 10 6
                                                                                          5.  0 9 0
S. CHRYSOSTOM----on S. Matthew, Part II.  0 9 0
                                                                      Part III.  0 9 0
                                              S. John, Part II.  0 10 6
                                              Acts, Part II.  0 8 0
                                              2 Corinthians  0 8 0
                                              Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians  0 11 0
                                              Timothy, Titus, and Philemon  0 9 0
S. GREGORY on Job, Vol. 3. Part I.  0 8 0
                                                      Part II.  0 11 0

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UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
WILLIAM, LATE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY,
FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT A.D. 1836, 
UNTIL HIS GRACE'S DEPARTURE IN PEACE A.D. 1848.
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A

LIBRARY OF FATHERS

OF THE

HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH,

ANTERIOR TO THE DIVISION OF THE EAST AND WEST.

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EDITED BY

THE REV. E. B. PUSEY, D.D.
Regius Professor of Hebrew, Canon of Christ Church, late Fellow of Oriel College.

THE REV. JOHN KEBLE, M.A.
Late Professor of Poetry, and Fellow of Oriel College.

THE REV. C. MARRIOTT, B.D.
Fellow of Oriel College.

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Works already published.

Works already published

ATHANASIUS, S.

On the Nicene Definition, Councils of Ariminum and Seleucia, and the Orations against the Arians, 2 vols.

Rev. J.H. Newman, B.D. late fellow of Oriel.

Historical Documents

Rev. M. Atkinson, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln.

AUGUSTINE, S.

Confessions

Old translation, revised by E.B.Pusey, D.D.

Homilies on the New Testament, 2 vols.

Rev. R.G. Macmullen, M.A. late fellow of C.C.C.

On the Psalms, Vols. 1. 2.

partly by Rev. J.E.Tweed, Chaplain of Christ Church

On the Psalms, Vol. 3

T.Scratton, B.A. hC.ch

On the Psalms, Vol. 4, 5

Rev. C.E. Prichard, M.A. Fellow of Balliol.

Practical Treatises

( Rev C.L.Cornish, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter
( Rev. H. Browne, M.A. C.C.C. Camb.

On St. John's Gospel and First Epistle, 2 vols.

Rev. H. Browne, M.A.

CYRIL, S. OF JERUSALEM

Catechetical Discourses

Rev. R.W. Church, M.A. Fellow of Oriel.

CYPRIAN S.

Treatises

late Rev. C. Thornton, M.A. Christ Church

Epistles

Rev. H. Carey, M.A. Worcester College

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Homilies on St. Matthew, 3 vols.

Rev. Sir G. Prevost, M.A. Oriel.

On St. John, 2 vols.

Rev. G.T. Stupart, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter.

On the Acts, 2 vols.

Rev T. Sheppard, M.A. Oriel.

On the Epistles to the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon, 7 vols.

( Rev. J.B. Morris, M.A. late fellow of Exeter.
( Rev. J. Medley, M.A. (now Ld. Bishop of Fredericton)
( Rev. H.K. Cornish, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter.
( The late C. Wood, M.A. Oriel.
( Rev. W. J. Copeland, B.D. Fellow of Trinity.
( Rev. W.C. Cotton, M.A. Student of Ch. Ch.
( Rev. J. A. Ashworth, M.A. Fellow of Brase-nose.
( Rev. J. Tweed, M.A. C.C.C. Camb.

Homilies on the Statues

Rev. E. Budge, B.A. Christ's Coll. Camb.

GREGORY, S. THE GREAT

Magna Moralia, 3 vols.

Rev. Jas. Bliss, M.A. Oriel.

PACIAN, S.

Epp. to Sympr.; on Repentance and Baptism

Rev. C. H. Collyns, M.A. late Student of Ch. Ch.

TERTULLIAN

Apologetic and Practical Treatises

Rev. C. Dodgson, M.A. late Student of Ch. Ch.

ORIGINALS

AUGUSTINE

Confessiones

Rev. E. B. Pusey.

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Hom. in Ep. ad Rom.
Hom. in Ep. 1 et 2. ad Cor.
Hom. in Eph. ad Gal. et Ep.

Rev. F. Field, M.A. Trinity Coll. Camb.

THEODORET

Com. in Epp. ad Rom. Cor. Gal.

Rev. C. Marriott, B. D. Oriel.  [p.12]

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In the Press

AUGUSTINE, S.

On the Psalms, Vol. 6. and last.

[blank in printed text]

ORIGINALS

CHRYSOSTOME, S.

Homilies on the Epistles to the Hebrews

Rev. T. Keble, M.A. late Fellow of C.C.C.

THEODORET

Commentary on the Epistles of St. Paul

Rev. C. Marriott, B.D. Oriel.

Works actually completed.

ACTS of early MARTYRS

(Genuine)

[blank in printed text]

AMBROSE, S.

Epistles

partly by the late S.F.Wood, M.A. Oriel

ATHANASIUS, S.

Paschal Epistles

Rev. H. Burgess.

Tracts on the Incarnation and Holy Spirit

Rev. C. Daman, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel.

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

On the Priesthood

The late Bp. Jebb, finished by Rev. J. Jebb, M.A.

GREGORY, S. THEOLOGUS, OF NAZIANZUM

Sermons

Rev. R.F. Wilson, M.A. Oriel.

HILARY, S.

On the Trinity

Rev. A. Short, M.A. (Bp. of Adelaide)

IRENAEUS, S.

Against Heresy

Rev. J. Keble, M.A.

JUSTIN, M.

Works

Rev. G. J. Davie, M.A. Exeter

THEODORET

Compendium of Heresies and Dialogues

Rev. R. Scott, M.A. late Fellow of Balliol.

Other Works originally contemplated

AMBROSE, S.

On the Psalms

[blank in printed text]

On St. Luke

partly by the late S.F.Wood, M.A. Oriel

Doctrinal Treatises

[blank in printed text]

AUGUSTINE, S.

Anti-Pelagian Tracts

[blank in printed text]

Anti-Donatist Tracts

Rev. G.H.Forbes

Epistles

[blank in printed text]

City of God

Rev. C. Daman, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel.

BASIL, S. THE GREAT

Letters, Treatises and Homilies

Rev. Is. Williams, M.A. late Fellow of Trinity

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Select Homilies

Rev. C.B. Pearson, M.A. Oriel.

Epistles

Rev. E. Churton, M.A. Christ Church

CLEMENT, S. OF ALEXANDRIA

Paedogogus

Rev. G. J. Davie, M.A. Exeter

CYRIL, S. OF ALEXANDRIA

Against Nestorius

[blank in printed text]

On St. John's Gospel

Rev. H. Browne, M.A. C.C.C. Cambridge

EUSEBIUS

Ecclesiastical History

Rev. E.A.Dayman, M.A. late Fellow of Exeter

GREGORY, S. THE GREAT

Homilies on the Gospels

Rev. T.A. Buckley, B.A. Ch. Ch.

Pastoral

Rev. J. James, M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxford.

HILARY, S.

-------- Psalms

G.G.Hayter, B.A. late Scholar of Oriel.

On St. Matthew

[blank in printed text]

JEROME, S.

Epistles

Rev. J. Mozley, M.A. Fellow of Magdalen

LEO, S. THE GREAT

Sermons and Epistles

[blank in printed text]

MACARIUS, S.

Works

Old translation revised by Rev. C. Marriott, B.D. 
Fellow of Oriel.  Additions by T.A.Buckley, B.A. Ch. Ch.

OPTATUS, S.

On the Donatist Schism

[blank in printed text]

ORIGEN

Against Celsus

Rev. J. F. Christie, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel

TERTULLIAN

Works

Rev. C. Dodgson, M.A. late Student of Ch. Ch.

THEODORET, &c.

Ecclesiastical History

Rev. C. Marriot, B.D. Fellow of Oriel

MISCELLANIES

St. Clement of Alex. "Quis dives salvetur?" Ep. ad Diognetum; Tracts of Hippolytus.

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ORIGINALS

AUGUSTINE, S.

Ennarationes in Psalmos.

[blank in printed text]

CHRYSOSTOM, S.

Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles

[blank in printed text]

CYRIL, S. OF JERUSALEM

[blank in printed text]

[blank in printed text]

MACARIUS, S.

Homiliae et Opuscula

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SELECT WORKS of S. EPHREM THE SYRIAN. Translated out of the Original Syriac With NOTES and INDICES.

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Abbiss, Rev. J. St. Bartholomew the Great, London 
*
Aberdeen Diocesan Library 
A. B. Theological College, Illinois 
Abraham, Ven. C. J. Archdeacon, New Zealand
+Ackland, Rev. T. S. Liverpool 
Acland, A. H. Dyke Esq. Teignmouth 
*Acland, T. D. Esq. 
Acland, Rev. P. Leopold, Broadclist 
Adams, Rev. D. Bampton 
Adams, T. Esq. Halifax 
Adcock, Rev. Halford H. Humberstone,Leicestershire 
Addison, Rev. Berkeley, St. John's, Edinburgh 
Agnew, Mrs.
Airy, Rev. W. Bramley, Basingstoke 
Aitcheson, Ven. Archdeacon, Edinburgh 
Alexander, Rev. John, Edinburgh 
Alger, Owen T. Esq. 
Allen, Rev. Jas. Castle Martin, Pembrokeshire
Allen, Mr. John, Hoxton, London 
Allen, R. B. Esq. Walthamstow 
Allom. Mr. Bookseller, York 
*All Souls College Library, Oxford 
Amphlett, Rev. M. Churchleach, Evesham
*Anderdon, John L. Esq. 
Anderson, C. Esq. 5, India Street, Edinburgh
Anderson, G. W. Esq. Bombay 
Anderson, Rev. Philip, Bombay 
Anderson, Hon. Mrs. Brighton 
Andrews, Mr. G. Bookseller, Durham 
Anson, Rev. G. Rusholme, Manchester 
*Anstice, Mrs. Joseph 
Anthon, Rev. Henry, D.D. New York 
Antrobus, Rev. George, Withyham,Tunbridge Wells 
*Appleton and Co. New York 
Archer, Rev. C. Leanwick, Cornwall 
Arden, Rev. G. Carne, Dorchester 
Armstrong, Rev. J. H. Dublin 
Armstrong, Rev. J. Dinder, Somerset 
Ashington, Miss, Little Saxham 
Ashworth, Rev. J. H. East Woodhay, Hants 
*Ashworth, Rev. J. A. Didcot

* Atkinson, Rev. M. Head Master of St. Bee's Grammar School 
*Audland, Rev. W. F. Queen's Coll. 
Austin, Mr. S. Bookseller, Hertford 
*Awdry, Rev. C. Worthen, Shropshire 
Aynesley, Rev. J. C. Murray, Walton, Bristol

 

Baber, Rev. Harry, Whiteland's House, Chelsea 
Back, Rev. H.
Back, Rev. John, Westminster 
*Bacon, Rev. R. W. King's Coll. Camb. 
Badeley, E. Esq. Temple 
*Bagge, Rev. J. Crux Easton, Hants 
Bagnall, J. N. Esq. West Bromwich 
Baillie, Rev. Evan, Lawshall, near Bury St. Edmunds 
Bailey, Ven Archdeacon, D.D.Colombo, Ceylon
Bain, Mr. Bookseller, Haymarket, London 
+ Bandinel, Rev. Bulkeley, D.D. Bodleian Librarian
Banning, Rev. B. Wellington 
Barff, Rev. F. Leicester 
Barff, Rev. A. Pembroke College 
Barker, Rev. H. Raymond, Cirencester 
Barker, Rev. C. Raymond, Horfield, Bristol
*Barker, Rev. F. Raymond, Oriel Coll. 
Barling, Rev. J. Halifax 
Barlow, Rev. G. Exeter 
Barnes, Rev, J. W. Kendal, Westmorland
Barnstaple Clerical Book Club 
Baron, Rev. J. Upper Scudamore, Wilts.
+Barr, Rev. Arthur Croydon 
Barrell, Rev. R. Wakefield 
Barrett, James, Esq. Lymon Hall, Warrington
*Barrow, Rev. J. Queen's College 
Barry, Rev. R. Hinderwell Rectory, Yorkshire
Barter, Rev. W. B. Burghclere, Hants 
Bartholomew, Ven. Archdeacon, Exeter 
Bartholomew, Rev. C. C. Lympstone,Devon
Bastard, J. R. P. Esq. Ketley, Devon 
Batcheller, Mr. Bookseller, Dover.


*Bates, Rev. W. Christ's Coll. Camb. 
Bather, Rev. E. jun. Meole Brace, Shrewsbury 
Bathurst, Rev. L. C. 2, Craven Place, Kentish Town 
Baxter, Rev. Arthur, Hampreston Wimbourne, Dorset.
Baxter, R. J. Esq. Hoby, Leicester 
Bayley, W. R. Esq. Cotford House, Sidbury, near Honiton 
Bayliff, Rev. T. L. Albury, Herts.
* Bayly, Rev. W. H. R. Harrow on the Hill 
*Beadon, Rev. H. W. Latton, near Cricklade 
Beadon, Rev. Rich, à Court, Cheddar,Somerset
Beaumont, Rev. J. A. Poughill, Devon 
Beckwith, Rev. H. W. Thornaby, Yorkshire
Bell, Rev. Henry, Ruddington, Notts. 
Bell, Rev. John, Oulton, near Leeds 
Bell, W. W. Esq. Civil Service, Bombay 
Bellairs, Rev. W. Bedworth 
Bellas, Rev. S. Monk Sherborne,Basingstoke
Belli, Rev. C. A. Southweald, Essex 
*Bellingham, Rev. J. G. Farmington, Gloucestershire 
Bennett, Rev. E. Leigh, Long Sutton, Lincoln
Bennett, Rev. W. J. E. Frome, Somerset
Benning and Co. Messrs. London 
Berry, Rev. P. Cork 
Bethune, Rev. G. W. Crawley, Sussex 
*Bevan, Beckford, Esq. 16, Devonshire Place
Bevan, J. J. Esq. 16, Devonshire Place 
Beveridge, Mr. Thos. Gordon, Aberdeen 
Biggor, D. Esq. 
Biggs, Rev. Michael, King's College. London
Biron, Rev. Edwin, Hythe, Kent 
Birtwhistle, Mr. W. Halifax 
* Bishops' College, Calcutta 
Blackburn, Rev. P. Steeple Langford, Heytesbury
Blackwell, Rev. Wm. Mells, Frome 
Blandy, Charles, Esq. Reading

Blandy, Rev. Francis J. Netheravon, Amesbury, Wilts
Blenkinsopp, Rev. E. L. Ormskirk 
*Blew, Rev.W. J. Milton, Gravesend 
*Bliss, Rev. J. Ogbourne, Marlborough 
Blower, ---- Esq. Wolverhampton 
Bloxam, Rev. J. R. D.D. Magd. Coll. 
Blyth, W. Esq. Alliance Assurance Office 
Bond, Rev. N. Holme House, Dorset 
Bonney, Ven, Archdeacon, Lincoln 
+Borrodaile, Rev. A. Westminster 
Bosanquet, Rev. E. (Chrysostom) 
*Bosanquet, Rev. R. W. 
Bosanquet, W. H. Esq. 
Bosanquet, S. Esq. Montagu Place 
Boucher, Rev. J. S. Knightsbridge 
Bourke, Rev. S. G.
+Bousfield, Rev. G. B. R. Attleborough 
Boutflower, D. Esq. Christ's College, Cambridge
Bowden, Mrs. 17, Grosvenor Place 
Bowden, Rev. Robert, Stoke-Gabriel 
Bowdler, Rev. T. 79, Chester Square 
Bowles, Rev. F.A. Singleton, Chichester 
+ Bowstead, Rev.J. Messingham, Lincoln 
Boyle, Hon. G. F. Ch. Ch. 
Bradley, Rev. J. C. 
Bradshaw, Rev. J. 
Braithwaite, Rev. F. London 
Braithwaite, Rev.Wm. St. Peter's, Jersey 
Bramston, Rev. John, Witham 
Bray, late Rev. Dr. Associates of, 5 copies 
Bray, Rev. E. A.
Brendon, Rev. W. E. St. Mary's, Devon 
Brereton, Rev. John, New Coll. 
*Brewer, Rev. J. S. King's College, London
*Bridges, Rev, A. H. Horsham, Sussex 
Bright, Rev. J. Totterton House, Salop 
* Brine, Rev. James G. All Saints, Chardstock, Dorset 
Briscoe, Rev. T. Jesus Coll. 
Bristol Library Society 
Broadbent,Rev.C.F.Worfield,Shropshire 
Broderip, Rev. J. S. Manor House, Cossington, Bridgwater 
Brodie, W. Esq. of Brodie, near Forres 
Brooke, Rev.R. Ave ni ng,Gloucestershire 
Brooksbank, Rev. C. Blakeney, Gloucester

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Broughton, Rev. H.V. Wellingborough, Northants. 
Broughton, Rev. B. S. Washington, Durham 
+Browell, Rev. W. R. Beaumont, Colchester
+Brown, Rev. Henry, Chichester 
*Brown, S. M. Esq. Westbury, Wilts 
Browne, Rev. H. Woolwich 
*Browne, Rev. R. W. King's Coll. London
Browne, Rev. E. H. Kenwyn, Cornwall 
Brownrigg, C. C. Esq. Fort Louis, Mauritius
Bruce, Rev. W. Duffryn, near Cardiff 
Bruce, Rev. K. Bideford 
Brymer, James, Esq. Bath. 
Buck, Rev. R. H. K. Bideford *
Buckerfield, Rev. F. H. Little Bedwin 
* Buckley, Rev. Joseph, Badminton, Gloucestershire
*Buckley, Rev. W. E. Brasenose Coll. 
Buckley, W. H. G. Esq. Bradford, Yorkshire
*Bull,Rev. John, D.D. Canon of Ch.Ch. 
*Buller, Rev. A. Mary Tavy, Tavistock 
Buller, John Edw. Esq. 
Bulley, Rev. F. Magdalen Coll. 
Bullock, Rev. W. St. Anne's, Soho 
Burlton, Rev. J. F. Henley-on-Thames 
Burton, Rev. R. C. Taverham, Norfolk 
Burnaby, Rev. Robt. Leicester 
Burney, Rev. C. Halstead 
*Burton, H. Esq. Hotham Hall 
Burton, Rev. C. H. Liverpool 
Burton, Rev. R. C. Taverham, Norfolk 
Butler, Rev. D. Clergy Orphan School, St. John's Wood
Butler, Rev. I. Inkpen, Newbury 
Butler, Rev. Jas. Grammar School, Burnley, Lancashire 
Butler, Rev. T. Magdalen Coll. Oxon. 
Butler, Rev. W. J. Wantage, Berks. 
Butterworth., Rev. J. H. Stapleton, Bristol 
Butterworth, Rev. G. Menbury, Bristol

Caldwell, Rev. R. Madras 
Cambridge Union Society 
Campden, Viscount

*Campion, Rev. C. Hesketh, Albourn 
Canterbury Clerical Book Society 
Caporn, Rev. W. B. Wragley 
Capper,Rev.D. Huntley,Gloucestershire 
Carey, E. L. Esq. Philadelphia 
Carlyon, Rev. E. Lamerton, Devon. 
Carlyon, Rev. Philip, St. James', Exeter 
Carne, Rev. J. Pelham, Hertfordshire 
Carrighan, Rev. G. Plymouth 
Carter, Rev. W. Eton College 
Carter, Rev. J. D.D. Frenchay, Bristol 
*Carter, Rev. T. T. Clewer Rectory, Windsor
Cartwright, Mr. Leicester 
Case, Rev. James, Liverpool 
Caulfield, Rev. W. Pallas, Kerry 
*Cavendish, Hon. Richard 
Cerjet, Rev. H. West Horsley, Surrey 
*Chaffers, Rev.T. Brasenose Coll. 
Chambers, J. D. Esq. 2, Gloucester Terrace, Regent's Park 
*Chambers, Rev. J. C. Perth 
Champernowne, H. Esq. Trinity Coll. 
Champernowne, Rev. R. Darlington, Devon
Chanter, Rev. J. M Ilfracombe 
Charrington, John, Esq. London 
*Chase, Rev. D. P. Oriel Coll. 
Chenoweth, J. J. Esq. Pembroke Coll. Cambridge 
*Chepmell, Rev. H. L. M. D.D. Royal Military College, Sandhurst 
*Chessyre, Rev. W. J. Canterbury 
Chester, Rev. Anthony, Chicheley, Bucks 
Cheyne, Rev. P. Aberdeen 
Chichester, Dean and Chapter of 
Child, Rev. H. Witham, Essex 
Childers, Mrs. A.W. Cantley, Doncaster 
Cholmeley, R. Esq. Magd. Coll. 
*Christie, Rev. J. F. Ufton, nr. Reading 
+Christ Church Library, Oxford 
*Christ's College Library, Cambridge 
+Church, Rev. R. W. Oriel Coll. 
Church, Rev. W. M. H. Geddington 
*Churton, Very Rev. Edw. Crayke, near Easingwold
Clarke, Rev.H. Danvers, Exeter Coll.
Clark, G. N. Esq. Newcastle-on-Tyne 
Clark, Rev. John, Leeds 
Clayton, Rev. J. Farnborough, Hants

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Claxson, Rev. B. S. D.D. Gloucester
*Cleoburey, Rev. C.
Clerke, Ven. C. C, Archdeacon of Oxford
Clifford, Rev. F. C. 
Clutterbuck, Rev. J. Exeter College 
Cockin, Rev. M. Dunton Bassett, Lutterworth 
Cocks, Hon. and Rev. J. S. Eastnor Castle, Ledbury
*Codd, Rev. E. T. Eccleshall, Staffordshire
*Codrington College Library, Barbados 
Coit, Rev. T. D. President of the Transylvanian University, U. S. 
*Coleridge, Hon. Mr. Justice, 26, Park Crescent
Coleridge, Rev. E. Eton Coll. 
Coleridge, F. G. Esq. Ottery St. Mary 
Coleridge, Rev. Theodore, Exeter 
+College of Doctors of Law, Doctors' Commons
Collett, Rev. W. L. Queen's Coll. 
+Collins, Rev. C. M. Chudleigh, Devon 
*Collis, Rev. J. D. Head Master of Bromsgrove School
Collison, Rev. F. W. St. John's, Cambridge
+Collyns, Rev. C. H. Ch. Ch. Oxford 
Coltman,Rev.George, Stickney, Boston, Lincolnshire
Colvile, Rev.Frederick L. Leek,Wootton, Warwickshire 
Compton, Lord Alwyn 
Compton, Rev. J. Minestead, Hants 
Cooper, Rev. G. M.Wilmington, Lewes, Sussex
Copeland, Rev. W. J. Farnham, Essex 
+Copleston, Rev. W, J. Cromhall, Gloucestershire (Chrysostom) 
*Cornish,Rev.Dr.King's School, Ottery St. Mary 
Cornish, Rev. Hubert K. Bakewell, Derbyshire 
Cornish, Rev. C. L. Balstonborough, Somerset 
*Cornthwaite, Rev. T. St. Peter's, Walthamstow, Essex 
Cosserat, Rev. G. P. Graham, Winfrith, Newburgh, Dorset.

Cotes, Rev. Peter, Litchfield, Hants
*Cotton, Rev. W. C.
Cotton, William, Esq. Bank of England
+Cox, Rev. W. H. St. Mary Hall
*Cox, Rev. J. Walgrave, Northants.
Cox, Rev. F. H. Tasmania
Cramp, W, Esq. Camberwell
Craven, Wm. Esq. Halifax
Crawley, C. Esq. Littlemore
Crewe, Lord, Trustees of,
*Crichlow, Rev. H. M. Salcombe, near Sidmouth, Devon
Cripps, Rev. J. M. Great Yeldham, Essex
Croft, Archdeacon, Saltwood, Hythe
Cross, Rev. J. E. Appleby, Brigg.
Crossley, Mr. J. S. Leicester
+Cureton, Rev. W. British Museum
Currie, Rev. Horace G. Sevenoaks, Kent
*Currie, Rev. James, Dearham, Cumberland
Currie, Rev. James, West Lavington, Midhurst, Sussex

*Dalton, Rev. W. Lloyd House, Wolverhampton
*Dalton, Rev. C. B. Rectory, Lambeth 
Dalton, Mr. 28, Cockspur Street, London, 2 copies
*Daman, Rev. Charles, Oriel Coll. 
*Dansey, Rev. Wm. Donhead St. Andrew, Wills
Darnell, Rev. W. N Stanhope, Durham 
*Darling, Mr. James, 22, Little Queen Street, London
Darwall, Rev. L. Criggion, near Shrewsbury
Davis, Rev. E. Hereford 
Davies, Rev. W. L. Southampton 
Dawson, Rev. G. Woodleigh, Kingsbridge
*Dawson, Rev, J. Leamington 
Day, Rev. John D. Ellesmere, Salop 
Dayman, Rev. E. A. Shillingston, Dorset


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*Deacon, Rev. G. E. Ottery St. Mary, Devon
Dean, Rev. E. B. All Souls College 
Deane, Rev. H. Gillingham, nr. Shaftesbury
Debrisay, Mrs. Leamington 
Debrisay, H. D. Esq. Univ. Coll. 
Delafosse, Mrs. Addiscombe 
Demain, Rev. Henry, Hertford 
Demerara Clerical Library 
Denny, Rev. A. Mauritius 
De Styrap, H. G. J. Esq. Worc. Coll. 
*De Teissier, Rev. G. C.C.C. 
Dew, Lieutenant George, R.N. Reading 
*Dewes, Rev. A. Pendlebury, near Manchester 
Dewhurst, Rev. John, Bere Church, Essex 
*Dickinson, F. H. Esq. 8, Upper Hailey Street
Dickinson, Mrs. H. 19, Lowndes Street 
Didham, Rev. R. C. Haston Robert's Rectory, Yorkshire 
*Dimsdale, Charles, Esq. Essendon Place, Herts.
Dingwall, Charles, Esq. 
Dixon, Rev. Robert, King Wm. Coll. Isle of Man
Dixon, Rev. J. J. Wigan 
Dodd, Rev. W. 
Dodd, Rev. H. P. Tunbridge Wells 
+ Donkin, W. F. Esq. Univ. Coll. 
Donne, Rev. Jas. Bedford 
Dornford, Rev. J. Plymtree, Devon 
Douglas, Rev. H. Salworpe, Worcestershire 
Douglas, Rev. W. H. Scrayingham, York
Dowding, Rev. B. C. Devizes 
Drake, Rev. Thomas, Barrow-upon-Soar, near Loughborough 
Drummond, Rev. Arthur, Charlton 
Drummond, Rev. R. Feering, Essex 
Drummond, Colonel, Brighton 
Drury, Rev. R. Harrow 
Dry, Rev. Thos. North Walsham 
Dry, Rev. W. Wadham College 
Duffield, Rev. R. Frating, near Colchester 
Dundas, Wm. Pitt, Esq. Edinburgh

Dunraven, Earl of,
Durnford, Rev. Francis, Eton College 
Dyer, Rev. J. H. Great Waltham, Essex 
Dymock, Rev. J. Rector of Roughton, Lincolnshire
Dyne, Rev. J. B. Highgate 
*Dyson, Rev. C.  Dogmersfield, Hants 
Dyson, Rev. F. Tidworth, Marlborough 
Eaton and Sons, Booksellers, Worcester 
Eaton, Rev. W. Littleton House, Lower Wick, Worcester
Edge, Rev. W. J. Hart's Hill, Warwickshire
Edinburgh, University of 
Edmonstone, Sir Archibald, Bart. 
Edwardes, Stephen, Esq. 
*Edwards, Rev. A. Magd. Coll. 
Edwards, Rev. E.Trentham, Newcastle 
Edwards, Rev. T. Brougham, near Penrith 
Edwards, Rev. W. E. Great Horkesley, Colchester 
Eedle, Rev. Edward, South Bersted, near Bognor, Sussex 
Eland, Rev. H. G. Bedminster 
Eld, Rev. J. H. 10, East Parade, Leeds 
Elder, Rev. Edward, Durham 
+Ellicott, Rev. C. J. St. John's Coll. Cambridge
Emmanuel College Library, Cambridge 
*Erskine, Hon. and Rev. H. D. Kirby Underdale, Yorkshire 
*Estcourt, E. E. Esq. Bristol 
Estcourt, T. G. Bucknall, Esq. M.P. Estcourt, Gloucestershire 
*Evans, Herbert N. M.D. Hampstead 
*Evans, Rev. T. S. Shoreditch 
Evetts, T. Esq. C. C. C. 
Exeter College Library 
Ewing, Rev. A. Forres, N. B. 
Ewing, Rev. W. Kesgrave, Ipswich

Fanshawe, Rev. F. Exeter Coll. 
*Farebrother, Rev. Thomas, Aston, Birmingham


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Fearon, Rev. D. R. Assington, Suffolk 
Fellowes, Rev. C. Shottesham, Norfolk 
Fellows, Mrs. Money Hill House, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire 
Fenwick, Rev. John, Blandford, St.Mary 
Fenwick, Rev. M. J. Donegal 
Fenwicke, Rev. G. O. Aston, near Birmingham
Fessey, Rev. G. F. Worcester 
Few, Robert, Esq. 2, Henrietta Street 
Field, Rev. E. Lower Brixham, Torquay
Field, Rev. S. P. Eligh Beech, Essex 
+Field, Rev. T. St. John's College, Cambridge
Fielding, Rev. H. Louth 
Finch, Miss C. 
Fitzherbert, Rev. A. Tissington, Derbyshire 
Fitzroy, Rev. August. Fakenham, Magna Suffolk
*Fletcher, Rev. W. K. Bombay 
Flint, Rev. W. C. R. Great Rollright 
Forbes, Rev. G. H. Worcester 
Ford, Rev. J. Bailey, near Exeter 
Forester, Hon. and Rev. Orlando, Brozeley, Shiffnall 
*Formby, Rev. R. Dunkirk, Kent 
Forster, Rev. H.B. Coln Rogers Rectory, Northleach
Fortescue, Rev. R. H. East Allington 
Foster, Rev. J. Sudbury
Foulkes, Rev. E. S. Jesus Coll. 
Foulkes, Rev. H. P. Buckley 
Fox, Rev. Charles, Bridport 
Fox, Rev. C. J. Brentwood, Essex 
Franklyn, Rev. Bath 
Fraser, Rev. Robert, Cherington, Folkestone 
Freith, Rev. F. H. 
Frost, Rev. P. Cambridge 
Fulford, Rev. J. L. Woodbury, Devon 
Fyffe, Rev. Henry, Langley, Slough 
Fyler, Rev. S. A. Cornhill, Coldstream

* Gace, Rev.Frederick Aubert,Magdalen Hall

*Garden, Rev. Francis, Edinburgh 
Garratt, John, Esq. jun. Farringdon House, near Exeter 
Gaunt, Rev. C. Isfield, Sussex 
Gawthern, Rev. F. Exeter College 
*Gepp, Rev. Geo. Edw. Ashbourn 
Germon, Rev. N. Manchester 
Gibbings, Rev. Rich. Warmington, Northants 
Gilbertson, Rev. L. Llangorwen, near Aberystwith 
Gillett, Rev. G. E. Waltham, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire 
Gladstone, Rev. John, Stoke Hodnet, Salop 
Gladstone, Rt. Hon.William Ewart,M.P. Ch. Ch. 2 copies 
Glanville, Rev. Edward F. 
Glasgow, University of, 
*Glencross, Rev. J. Balliol College 
Glynne, Rev. H. Hawarden Rectory, Flintshire
Godfrey, Rev. F. St. Helier's, Jersey 
Goldie, Rev. C. D. Colnbrook 
Golding, Rev. Edward, Brimpton, Newbury
Goldsmid, Nathaniel, Esq. 
Gooch, Rev. J. H. Head Master of Heath School, Halifax 
* Goodford, Rev. C. O. Eton Coll. 
Goodlake, Rev. T. W. Broadwell, near Lechlade
Goodwin, Rev. H. Caius College, Cambridge
Gordon, Rev. Osborne, Ch. Ch. 
Gordon, Rev. R. A. Avington, Berks 
Gother, Rev. A. Chale Rectory, Isle of Wight 
Gower, Rev. Stephen, Kingston-on- Thames, Surrey 
Graham, Rev. W. H. Great Bromley, Essex
Graham, Mr. Bookseller, Oxford 
Grant and Son, Messrs. Booksellers Edinburgh 
Grant, Rev. A. Manningford Bruce, Wilts 
*Grant, Ven. Archdeacon, Romford
*Granville, Rev. Court, Alnwick, Northumberland


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Graves, Rev. John, Stretton Grandison, Herefordshire 
+Green, Rev. J. H. Normanton, Leicester 
Green, Rev. M, J. Steepleton Rectory, near Dorchester, Dorset 
+Green, Rev. T. S. Ashby Grammar School
Greene, R. Esq. Lichfield 
*Greenwell, Rev. W. Durham 
Gregory, Rev. R, Panton Wragby, Lincolnshire
Gregson. Henry, Esq. Lowlynn, Northumberland
Greig, Rev. D. Dundee 
Gresley, Rev. W. Lichfield 
*Gresley, Rev. J. M. Over Seale, Leicestershire
Greswell, Rev. R. Worcester Coll. 
*Grey, Hon. and Rev. Francis, Morpeth, Northumberland 
Grey, Hon. and Rev. John, Houghton le Spring, Durham 
Grieve, Mr. Edinburgh 
+Griffith, Rev. C. A. New Coll. 
Grimston, Hon. & Rev. F. S. Colchester 
Grueber, Rev. C. S, Westport, Somerset 
+Guillemard, Rev. J. Kirtlington, Oxon. 
*Guillemard, Rev. H. P. Barton-on-the- Heath, Warwickshire 
Gunner, Rev. W. H. Winchester 
Gutch, Rev. C. Leeds 
Gutch, Rev. R. Segrave, Leicester

Haight, Rev. B. I. New York, U. S. 
Haines, Rev. Herbert, Gloucester 
Haines, Mr. Bookseller, Oxford 
Hake, Rev. R. New College 
Hale, Rev. G. C. Hayes, Middlesex 
*Hale, Ven. Archdeacon, Charter House 
Hall, Mr. Bookseller, Cambridge 
Hall, Rev. W. J. Tottenham 
Halliburton, Mr, Bookseller, Coldstream 
Hamilton, Rev. Jas. Beddington, Surrey

* Hamilton, Rev. Walter Kerr, Merton Coll. Chaplain to the Bp. of Salisbury 
+Hannah, Rev. J. Edinburgh
Harcourt, Rev. Vernon 
Hardisty, Rev. W. L. 43, Great Marl borough Street, London
Hardwick, Rev, Charles, Gloucester 
Harington, Rev. Dr. Principal of Brasenose Coll.
Harley, John, Esq. Rose Hall. Shrews bury
* Harness, Rev. Wm. Brompton 
Harper, Rev. A. St. Mary's, Inverary, Aberdeenshire,
Harper, Rev. H. J. C, Mortimer, near Reading
Harrington, Rev. Chancellor E. Exeter 
Harris, Hon. and Rev. C. A.
Harris, Rev. I. J. W. Wanstead, Essex.  
Harris. Rev. Thomas, Swerford
Harris, Rev. J. City of London School 
Harrison, Benj. Esq. Clapham Common 
Harrison, Rev. C. R.
+Harrison, Ven. B. Archdeacon of Maidstone
Harrison, Rev. F.
Harrison, Rev. H. Lamberhurst, Kent 
Harter, Rev. G. Cranfield, Beds.
Hartley, L. L. Esq. Middleton Lodge, near Richmond, Yorkshire 
Harvey, Rev. H. Bristol
Hassells, Rev. C. S. Newcastle-under- Lyme
Hastings, Rev. H. J. Areley-Kings. 
*Hatherell, Rev. J. W. D.D. Westend, Southampton
* Hawkins, Rev. Edward, Jamaica 
Hawkins, Rev. Edward, Newport, Mon mouthshire
Hawkins, Rev. Ernest, 79, Pall Mall 
Hawks, Rev. W. Saltash, Cornwall 
Hayward, W. W. Esq. Rochester 
*Heale, Rev. S. W. Sandhurst, Kent 
Heath, Christopher, Esq. 
*Heathcote, Rev. C. J. Stamford Hill, Middlesex
*Heathcote, Rev. W. B. New Coll. 
Medley, Rev. T. A. Gloucester 
Henderson, Rev, T. Messing, Kelvedon, Essex


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*Henderson, Rev. W. G. Magd. Coll. 
Henn, Rev. W. Burton Agnes, Brid lington
Hepburn, Rev. F. R. Chailey, Lewes 
Hervey, Hon. and Rev. Lord Arthur Ickworth, Bury St. Edmunds 
Hetling, G. Esq. Bristol 
Hewett, Rev. P.Binstead, Isle of Wight 
*Hewett, Rev. J. W. St. Nicholas Coll. Shoreham 
Hewitt, T. S. Esq. West Wittering, near Chichester
Heycock, Rev. C. Owston, Leicestershire 
+Heygate, T. E. Esq. Queen's Coll. Cambridge 
*Hibbert, Miss E. S. 
Higgins, C. L. Esq. Turvey Abbey, Bedford 
Hill, E. Esq. Wadham Coll. 
*Hill, Rev. Edw. Ch. Ch. 
Hill, Rev. G. J. Oldland, Bristol 
Hill, Rev. R. Timsbury, Bath 
Hill, Rev. T. S. the Infirmary, Salisbury 
Hilliard, J. S. Esq. Wells 
Hilton, Rev. A. D. Uxbridge 
Hilton, Rev. H.D. St. Mary's Vicarage, Warwick
*Hinde, Rev. W. H. F. Great Hampton 
Hine, Rev. H. T. Quarrington, Sleaford, Lincolnshire
Hippisley, J. H. Esq. Lambourne, Berks 
Hippisley, Rev. R. W. Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire 
*Hoare, Rev. W. H. Oakfield, Crawley, Sussex
Hobhouse, Rev. E. Fellow of Mert. Coll. 
*Hobhouse, Rev. R. St.Ives,Callington, Cornwall
Hobson, Rev. W. W. Hales, Norfolk 
Hocking, Richard, Esq. Penzance 
*Hodgson, Rev. James, Bloxham, Banbury
+Hodson, Rev. G.H. Bristol 
Hodgson, Rev. J, Geo. Croydon 
*Hodgson, Rev. J. F. Horsham 
* Hodgson, Rev. H. 
Hodgson, W. Esq. Wanstead 
Hogben, Mr. Geo. Sheerness 
Hogg, Rev. J. R. Lower Brixham, Devon

Holden, Rev. Geo. Maghull, Liverpool 
*Holden, Rev. W. R. Worcester 
*Holden, Mr. A. Bookseller, Exeter 
Holden, Rev. Henry, Uppingham, Rutland
Holder, the Misses, Torquay 
Holdsworth, Miss M. Dartmouth 
*Hole, Rev. George, Chumleigh, near Exeter
Holland, Rev. J. M. Bapchild, Kent 
Hollis, Rev. G. P. Doddington, Somerset 
Holmes, Hon. Mrs. A'Court 
Holthouse, Rev. C. S. Hellidon, near Daventry 
+Hookins, Rev. Philip, Great Barford, Deddington 
*Hope, A. J. B. Esq. M.P. Connaught Place 
Hopwood, Rev. H. Rector of Bothal Morpeth, Northumberland 
Hook, Rev. W. F. D.D. Leeds 
Hopkins, Rev. A. Clent. Worcestershire 
*Horncastle Clerical Society 
Hornby, Rev. James, Winwick, War rington, Lane. 
Hornby, Rev. Wm. St. Michael's-on- Wyre, Lancashire
Hornby, Rev. R.W. B. All Saints,York 
Horner, Rev. John, Mells, Somerset 
*Hoskins, Rev. W. E. Cheddington, Edenbridge, Kent 
Hotham, Rev. C. Roos, Yorkshire 
Hotham, Rev. W. F. All Souls Coll. 
Hotham, Rev. J. G. Sutton-at-home, Dartford
Houblon,Rev. T.A.Peasemore, Newbury 
Houghton, Rev. J. Matching 
*Howard, Hon. and Rev. Wm. Whiston, Rotherham, Yorkshire 
Howell, Rev. A. Darlington, Durham 
Howell, Rev.H.Bridestow,Oakhampton, Devon
Howell, Rev. R. St. Veep, Cornwall 
*Hubbard, Rev. Thos. Fairlight, Sussex 
*Hughes, Rev. J. B. Tiverton, Devon 
Hunt, Rev. R. S. Bakewell 
*Huntingford, Rev. G. W. Littlemore 
Hutchins, Rev. Jas. Telescombe, Sussex 
Hutchinson, Rev. Cyril, Batsford, Gloucestershire


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Hutchinson, Rev. C. Firle, Chichester 
Hutchinson, Rev. T. Oxford

Jackson, Rev. F. G. Billesley, Stratford
Jackson, Rev. Dr. Lowther, near Penrith
+Jacobson, Rev. W. D.D. Regius Professor of Divinity, and Canon of Ch. Ch.
James, Rev. J. Avington, Wilts
James, Rev. J, Burleigh, Knowbury, Salop
Jefferson, Rev. J. D.Thorganby, Yorkshire
* Jeffreys, Rev. H. A. Hawkhurst, Kent 
*Jelf, Rev. Richard William, D.D. Canon of Ch. Ch.
Jelf, Rev. W. E. Ch. Ch. 
Jennings, Rev. M. J. 
Jeremie, Rev. J. A. D.D. Lincoln 
Jerrard, Rev. M. Norwich 
Jersey, The Very Rev. the Dean of Illingworth, Rev. E. A. Coldbath Fields, London 
Johnson, Miss
Johnson, Mr. G. J. Bookseller, Reading 
Johnson, Manuel John,Esq. Magd.Hall, Radcliffe Observer
Johnson, Mr. Bookseller, Cambridge 
Jones, H. W. Esq. Cheltenham
* Jones, Ven.H.C. Archdeacon of Essex 
Jones, Rev. D. Stamford, Linc. 
Jones, Rev. H. J. Edinburgh
Jones, Rev. Hugh, D.D. Rector of Beaumaris
Jones, Rev. John, St. Leonards 
* Jones, W. B. Esq. Magdalen Hall 
Jones, Rev. R. Branxton, Coldstream, N.B.
Jones, E. K. Esq. 28, Mark Lane 
Irby, Hon. and Hev. F. Hythe 
*Irons, Rev. W. J. Brompton 
Irving, Geo. Esq. Newton, Edinburgh 
Isham, Rev. A. Weston Turville, Bucks

Karslake, Rev. W. Culmstook, near Wellington, Somerset 
Keble, Miss
Keble, Rev. T. Bisley, Gloucestershire 
Keigwin, Rev. James P. Wadham College
Keith, Mr. John, Glasgow
Kekewich, S. T. Esq. Peamore 
Kempe, Rev. G. Bicton 
Kendal. Rev.J.H.F.Guiseley,Yorkshire 
Kenney, Rev. F. Ch. Ch. 
Kenrick, Rev. J. Chichester 
Kent, Rev. F. Chippenham, Wilts.  
*Kent, Rev. G. D.
Kenyon, Robt. Esq. D.C.L. All Souls College
Kerr, Hon. and Rev. Lord H. Dittisham 
Keymer, Rev. N. Hertford 
Kindersley, Sir R. T. 
King, Ven. Archdeacon, Stone, Kent 
King's College Library, London 
King's College, Fredericton 
Kitson, Rev. J. F. Antony Vicarage Cornwall
Knatchbull, Rev. H. E. North Elmham, Norfolk 
Knight, Rev. T. H. Priest Vicar of Exeter Cathedral 
Knollys, Rev. Erskine, Quedgley, Gloucestershire
*Knowles, E. H. Esq. Queen's Coll. 
Knox, Rev. H. B. Monk's Eleigh, Hadleigh, Suffolk 
Kyle, Rev. John Torrens, Cork 

Lacon, Rev. F. Headley Cross, War wickshire
*Laing, Rev. David, Regent's Park 
Lake, Rev. W. C. Balliol College 
*Landor, Rev. C. W. Lindridge, Worc. 
Lane, Rev. C. Wrotham, Kent. 
Lane, Rev. E. St. Mary's, Manchester 
Lane, Rev. C. Kennington, Surrey 
Lane, Rev. Samuel, Frome Vauchurch, Dorset
Langbridge, Mr. Birmingham 
Larkin, ---- Esq. Bombay


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La Rouche, Rev. P. D.D. Limerick 
Latham, Rev. H. Fittleworth, Sussex 
Law, Rev. J. T. Chancellor of the Diocese of Litchfield 
Lawrie, A. J. C. Esq. 
Lawson, Rev. Robt. Norwich 
Lawson, Rev. W. D. 
Lea, J. W. Esq. Wadham College 
Lee, Rev. S. Exeter 
Lee, Rev. W. Trinity Coll. Dublin 
Lefroy, Rev. A. C. Crookham, Hants. 
Legge, Lady Anne
* Legge, Rev. Henry, East Lavant, near Chichester
Legge, Rev. W. Ashstead, Surrey 
Leigh, Rev. Stratford.
Leigh, Wm. Esq. Little Aston Hall, Lichfield 
+Leighton, Rev. Francis K. Harpsden, Oxon
* Leighton, Rev. W. A. Shrewsbury 
Le Marchant, Rev. Robert
Le Mesurier, Rev. John, Bradfield Place, Reading
+Le Mottée, Rev. Wm. Guernsey Lepage, Mr. Calcutta Lepage, R. C. and Co. London *Leslie, Rev. Charles Leslie, Mr. Bookseller, London, 2 copies Lewis, Rev. G. Dundee Lewis, Rev. R. Farway, near Honiton 
*Lewis, Rev. T. T. Bridstow, near Ross
Lewthwaite, Rev. G. Adel, Leeds 
Library of Christ's Coll. Cambridge 
Library of Congress, Washington 
*Library of Domus Scholarum, Wotton- under-Edge 
Liddell, Hon. and Rev. R. St. Paul's, Knightsbridge
Lidstone, Mr. R. Bookseller, Plymouth 
Lifford, Right Hon. Lord Viscount, Astley Castle, near Coventry 
Lightfoot, Rev. N. Cadbury, Devon 
Lightner, Rev. M. C. Manayank Pennsylvania 
Lindsay, Hon. Colin, Haigh Hall, Wigan 
Lindsay, Rt. Hon. Lord, Haigh Hall, Wigan

Lingard, Rev. R. R. St. George's, Liverpool
Linzee, Rev. E. H. Southweold
Lismore Cathedral Library
Little and Brown, Booksellers, Boston
Littlehales, Rev. J. G. Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks.
*Liveing, Rev. Henry Thomas, East Bedford, Middlesex
Liverpool Library
Lloyd, Rev. R. W. Wilnecote, Tamworth
Lockwood, Rev. John, Rector of King-ham, Oxon
Lockyer, Rev. E. L. Wescot Barton, Woodstock
*Lodge, Rev. B. London
London Institution, The
London Library, 49, Pall Mall
Long, Mr. W. Vicar Lane, Leeds
*Long, W. Esq. Bath
Lowder, Rev. C. F. St. Barnabas' Pimlico
*Lowe, John Wm. Esq.
Lowe, Rev. T. Chichester
Lowe, Rev. N. Colyton Rawleigh, Devon.
Lowe, Very Rev. T. H. Dean of Exeter
Lowe, Rev.R. F.
Lowe, Mr. Bookseller, Wimborne
Luard, W. C. Esq. Croydon
Lucas, W. H. Esq. Merton Coll.
Lukis, Rev. W. C. Great Bedwin
Lund, Rev. T. Morton, Derbyshire
Luscombe, Rev. E. K. Gloucester
Lush, Rev. A. Odiham, Hants.
Luxmoore, Rev. J. H. M. Marchwiel
Lyall, Rev. Alfred, Harbledon, Kent
Lyall, Very Rev. W. R. Dean of Canterbury
Lysons, Rev. Samuel, Hempstead, Gloucestershire

Maberly, Rev. T. A. Cuckfield, Sussex 
*M'Call, Rev. E. Brixton, Isle of Wight 
Machlachlan, Rev. A. N. Campbell, Kelvedon, Essex


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+Mackenzie, A. C. Esq. 12, Southwick Crescent, Hyde Park 
Mackinson. Rev.T.C. Colonial Chaplain, New South Wales 
Mackonochie, Rev. A. H. Westbury, Wilts
Maclean, Rev. H. Caistor, Linc. 
Macmillan and Co. Cambridge 
Macnamara, Rev. H. Deptford, Kent. 
Maddison, Rev. C. I. Stottesden Vicarage, Salop 
Madox, Wm. Esq. 154, Albany Street, Regent's Park
Magdalene College Library, Oxford 
M'Clintoch, G. F. Esq. Bengal Civil Service 
*Major, Rev. Dr. King's College, London
Maitland, Rev. P. Broadstairs, Kent 
Male, Rev. Edward, Birmingham 
*M'Laren, Major, Portobello, Greenock 
Margetts, Rev. H. Huntingdon 
Markland, J. H. Esq. Bath 
*Marriott, Rev. J. Bradfield, Reading 
Marriott., Ven. F. A. Archdeacon of Tasmania 
Marryat, Rev. C. Sydney, New South Wales 
Marsh, Rev. H. A. Trinity College, Cambridge 
Marshall, Rev. James, Trysull, Wolver hampton
Marshall, Rev. Edward, C.C.C. 
Martin, Rev. Richard, Menheniot, Cornwall
Martyn, Rev. J. Exeter 
Mason, Rev. A. W. Bocking, near Braintree, Essex
*Mason, Rev. W. Normanton,Yorkshire 
Maxwell, H. Esq. Penthingwell Park, Tadcaster 
May, Rev. G. Liddington, Swindon, Wilts.
+ Mayor, Mr. J. E. B. St. John's Coll. Cambridge
* Mayor, Rev. C. Wavendon, Bucks 
+Medwyn, Hon. Lord, Edinburgh 
*Mence, Rev. J. W. Prestwold, Loughborough 
Mendham, Rev. J. Clophill, Beds.

+Menet, Rev. John, Bishop's Stortford, Herts.
Menzies, Rev. F. Brasenose Coll. 
Meredith, Rev.R. F. Dorchester 
Merewether, Rev. Francis, Cole-Orton, Leicestershire
*Merivale, Rev. C. St. John's Coll. Cambridge
+Merton College Library
*Metcalf, Rev. W. L. West Camel, Somerset
*Metcalfe, Rev. W. Brochdish. Scole, Norfolk
+Meyrick, Rev. J. Queen's Coll. 
+Meyrick, Rev. F. Trinity Coll.
Miles, Rev. R. Bingham, Notts. 
*Mill, Rev. Dr. Cambridge 
Miller, Rev. C. Harlow, Essex 
Miller, Rev. John, Bockleton, Tenbury. 
+Millett, Rev. H. D. Freshwater, I. W. 
Milliken, Rev. Rich. Stoughton, Sussex.  
Millner, Rev. W. Grove Terrace, Kentish Town
Mills, Rev. T. Gloucester 
Milward, Rev. H. Paul ton, Somerset 
*Mittre, Rev. Gopal Chunder, Bishop's Coll. Calcutta
*Moberly, Rev. Dr. Winchester 
+Moberly, Rev. C. E. Leeds 
Monro, Rev. E. Harrow Weald, Mid dlesex 
*Moody, Rev. Henry R. Chartham,near Canterbury
+ Moor, Rev. Allen Page, Fellow of St. Augustine's College, Canterbury 
Moore, Lady H. Frittenden, Kent 
Morrell, Baker, Esq. St. Giles, Oxford 
Morrell, F. Esq. St. Giles, Oxford 
Morrice, J. Esq. Sidcliff, near Sidmouth 
*Morris, Rev. T. E. Ch. Ch. 
+ Morrison, Rev. A. J. W. Truro 
Morton, Mr. T. N, Boston 
Mosse, Rev. S. T. St. Osyth, Essex 
*Mozley, Rev. Thomas 
Munby, Joseph, Esq. York 
Murray, Rev. James, London 
Murray, Rev. F. H. Chiselhurst, Kent. 
Muskett, Mr. C. Bookseller, Norwich


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Neave, Rev. H. L. Epping
Nelson, Earl
Neve, Rev. F. R. 22, Meridian Place, Clifton
*Nevile, Rev. C. Wickenby, Newark 
*New York Society Library 
New York Theological Seminary 
Newcastle-on-Tyne Clerical Society 
*Newman, Rev. W. J. Badsworth, Yorkshire
Newman, Rev. W. S. Tavistock 
Newton, Mr. Croydon 
N ichol, J. Esq. Islington 
Nicholl, Rev. J. R. Streatham 
Nicholls, J. C. Esq. 
*Nichols, Rev. W. L. Lansdown Crescent, Bath 
Nicholson, Miss F. Rochester 
*Nind, Rev. W. Fellow of St. Peter's, Cambridge 
Norris, Rev. W. H. Carlisle, United States
Norwich, Dean and Chapter of 
Nutt, Rev. Charles, Twerton, near Bath 
*Nutt, Mr. D. Bookseller, Strand

Oakes, H. P. Esq. Bury St. Edmunds 
Oakey, Mr. H. Bookseller, Preston 
Ogle, Maurice, Esq. Glasgow 
Ogle, Mr. Robert, Bookseller, Edinburgh 
Oldham, Rev. G. R. East Dulwich Grove, Peckham
*Oldknow, Rev. J. Bordesley, Birmingham
Oliverson, R. Esq. Portland Place 
+Ormerod, Ven. Archdeacoh, Redenhall, near Harleston, Norfolk 
Osborne, J. Esq. 
Oswald, Alexander, Esq. 
Oswell, Edward W. Esq. Wanstead, Essex

Oxenham, Rev. Nutcombe, Modbury, Devon
Oxford Union Society 

Packe, Mrs. J. Richmond Terrace, Reading
Page, Rev. Dr. Gillingham, Kent 
Page, Rev. L. F. Woolpit, Bury St. Edmunds
Paget, Rev. F. E. Elford, Lichfield 
+Paine, C. Esq. jun. Islington 
Palk, Rev. Wm. Ashcombe, Devon 
Palmer, Rev. W. Whitchurch, Dorset 
*Palmer, Rev. W. Magd. Coll. 
Palmer, R. Esq. Lincoln's Inn 
+Palmer, Rev. G H. Mixbury 
Panting, Rev. L. Chebsey, Stafford 
Panting, Rev. R. Calcutta 
*Papillon, Rev. John, Lexden, Colchester 
Parker, C. Esq. Binfield, Berks. 
Parker, Rev. E. Ashover, near Chesterfield 
*Parkinson, Rev. J. P. D.C.L. Ravendale, near Grimsby 
Parkinson, Rev. R. Manchester 
Parkinson, Rev. C. L. Wallsend 
Parry, T. Gambier, Esq. Highnam Court, Gloucester 
*Patteson, Hon. Sir J. 
*Pattison, Rev. Mark, Lincoln Coll. 
Paul, Rev. G. W. 
Payne, Rev. R. Chilton Foliatt, Wilts.
+Pearse, Rev. T. Magd. Coll. 
Pearson, Rev.C. Knebworth, Stevenage, Herts
Peel, Very Rev. J. Dean of Worcester 
Peel. Rev. E, Wargrave 
+Pelly, Rev. Theophilus, Bp. Stortford, Essex
Pennington, J. Esq. Philadelphia 
Percival, Hon. and Rev. A. P. Little Bookham, Surrey 
Peters, Rev. Henry, Sunderland 
*Petheram, Mr. Bookseller, Chancery Lane, London
Petley, Rev. Henry, Guestley, Sussex 
Phelps, Rev. H. D. Snodland, Kent 
Philips, Rev. Gilbert H. Dringhouse, York


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Phillipps, R. Biddulph, Esq. Longworth, near Ledbury, Herefordshire 
Phillipps, S. M. Esq. Home Office 
+Pigot, Rev. I. T. Rochester 
*Pigott, Rev. G. Bombay 
*Pinder, Rev. J, H. Diocesan Coll. Wells
Platt, Rev. G eorge, Sedbergh, Yorkshire 
*Platt, T. P. Esq. Liphook, Hants 
*Pocock, Rev. N. Queen's Coll. 
Podmore, Rev. R. Barnstaple 
Pole, Rev. R. Chandos, Radbourne, Derby 
*Pole, E. S. Chandos, Esq. Radbourne Hall, Derby 
*Ponsonby, Hon. and Rev. Walter, Canford Magna, Dorset 
*Poole, Rev. J. Enmore.nr.Bridgewater 
+Pooley.Rev. J.H.Scotter,Lincolushire 
Poore, Rev. Dr. Marston,Sittingbourne, Kent 
+Pope, Rev. T. A. Stoke Newington, Middlesex
Popham, Rev. John, Chilton, Hungerford 
Portal, Melville, Esq. 
Porter, Rev. Chas. Grinton, Richmond, Yorkshire
Povah, Rev. J.V. St.Anne's, Aldersgale 
Powell, Arthur, Esq. 
*Powell, Chas. Esq. Speldhurst 
*Powell,Rev.E.A. Toft,Cambridgeshire 
Powell, Rev. Robert, Macclesfield 
*Powles, Rev. R. Cowley, Blackheath 
Pownall, Rev. C. C. B. Milton Ernest, Beds.
*Prescott, Rev.T. P. Willingale, Chipping Ongar, Essex 
*Prevost, Rev. Sir George, Bart. Stinch combe, Dursley
*Price, Rev. B. Pembroke Coll. 
Pridden, Rev. W. West Stow, Suffolk 
Pritchard, Rev. H. Corpus Christi Coll. Oxford
Proctor, Rev. G. Stonehouse 
Pryor, A. Esq. Roehampton 
Puckle, Rev. John, St. Mary's, Dover

+Radcliffe, Rev. J. Exeter
Radford, Rev. T. W. Down, St. Mary
Raikes, R. Esq.
Randall, Rev. H. G. Leighterton, Gloucester
Randall, Rev. R. W. Petworth, Sussex 
*Randolph, Rev. E. Jesus Coll. Cambridge
Randolph, Rev. G. Coulsdon, Croydon 
*Randolph, Rev. Herbert, Melrose, N.B. 
Randolph, Rev. Thomas, Hadham, Herts.
Randolph, Rev.E. J. Dunnington, York 
Rashdall, Rev. J. Great Malvern 
*Raven, Rev. V. Magd. College, Cambridge 
*Rawle, Rev. R. Newcastle-under- Lyne
Rawlinson, Rev. T. Colchester 
Rayer, Rev. Wm. Tiverton, Devon 
Rayleigh, Right Hon. Lord. Terling Place, Essex
Reeve, Mr. W. Leamington 
Rew, Rev. Chas. St. John's Coll. 
Rhodes, C. G. Esq. Manchester 
Rice, Rev. J. M. Magdalen College, Oxford 
Richards, Rev. J. L. D.D. Rector of Exeter College
Richards, Rev. E. T. Farlington, Hants 
Richards, Rev. Henry, Horfield, near Bristol 
Richards, Rev. Upton, 169, Albany Street, Regent's Park 
Richards, Rev. H. M. Andover 
Ricketts, Rev. H. Cleobury Mortimer 
+Riddell, Rev. J. C. B. Harrietsham, Maidstone 
Ridley, Rev. W. H. Hambledon, Henley
Roberts, Rev. R. Milton Abbas 
Roberts, Mr. W. Exeter 
Robertson, J. Esq. D.C.L. Doctors' Commons 
+Robertson, Rev. J. C. Beakesbourne, near Canterbury
*Robson, Rev. J. U. Winston, Suffolk 
Robinson, Rev. R. B. Lytham Preston, Lancashire


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Robins, Rev. S. Borden, Sittingbourne 
Robin, Rev. Philip R. Southampton 
Rochester, Very Rev. the Dean of 
Rodd, Rev. C. Northhill, Cornwall 
Rogers, Rev. Edw. Constantine, Fal mouth
Rogers, Rev. John, Canon of Exeter 
Rohde, Mrs. Eleanor, Croydon 
Rooke, Rev. Seton P. Oriel Coll. 
Rooper, Rev. W. Abbots' Ripton, Hunts 
*Rose, Rev. H. H. Eardington, Birmingham
Routh, Rev. Martin Joseph, D.D. President of Magdalen Coll. 
Rowe, W. Esq. Rockwell, Tipperary 
Russell, J. Watts, Esq. Ham Hall 
Russell, Rev. S. H. Printing House Square, London 
*Ryder, T. D. Esq. Oriel Coll. 
Ryder, Rev. J. O. All Souls

Saint Saviour's Church, Leeds 
Salter, Rev. John, Iron Acton, Bristol 
Sandham, Rev. J. M. Cold Waltham, Sussex 
Sandilands, Rev. R. S. B. Croydon, Cambridgeshire 
Saunders, Very Rev. A. P. D.D. Dean of Peterborough 
Saunders, Rev. J. Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb.
Savage, Rev. W. Brixham, Devon 
Sawyer, Chas. Esq. Heyward Lodge, Maidenhead 
Scadding, Rev. H. Chaplain to Bishop of Toronto 
Schneider, Rev. H. Carlton Scroope, Lincolnshire 
*Scott, Rev. R. South Luffenham, Stamford
Scott, Rev. W. Hoxton 
+Scudamore, Rev. W. E. Ditchingham, Bungay 
*Sewell, Rev. J. E. New Coll.

Seymour, E. W. Esq. Bath
Seymour, Rev. Sir J. H. Bart. Birk hampstead, St. Mary, Herts 
Seymour, Rev. Richard, Kinwarton, Alcester
Sharp, Rev. J. Horbury, Wakefield 
*Sharpe, Rev. W. C. Cambridge 
Sharpies, Rev.T. Blackburn,Lancashire 
Shaw, Rev. E. B. Narborough, Leicestershire 
Shaw, Rev. Morton, Charlotte Street, Pimlico 
Shearly, Rev. W. J. Henton Wookey, Somerset
Shedden, Rev. S. Alfreton, Derby 
Sheppard, Rev. J. H. Borrow, Worcester
Sheppard, Rev. F. Clare Hall, Camb. 
*Sherlock, Rev. H. H. Warrington 
Shirreff, Rev. R. St. John, Thorley, Isle of Wight
*Simms, Rev. E. Sion Place, Bath 
Simpson. Rev. J. D. Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb. 
Simpson, Rev. T. W. Thurnscoe Hall, Yorkshire
Simpson, Rev. R. Mitcham, Surrey 
Sinclair, Rev. John, Chaplain to the Bishop of London, Kensington 
Sittingbourne Reading Society 
Sitwell, F. Esq. Barmoor Castle, Ber wick-on-Tweed
Skeffington, Mr. W. Islington Green 
Skinner, F. Esq.
Skipsey, Rev. R. Bishop Wearmouth 
Skrine, Rev. Harcourt, Sunbury, Middlesex
Sladen, Rev. E. H. M. Warnford 
Slocombe and Simms, Messrs. Leeds 
+Smith, Rev. Dr. Leamington 
Smith, Rev. E. O. Hulcutt-cum-Salford, near Woburn
Smith, Rev. E. H. Killamarsh 
Smith, Rev. J. P. Edinburgh 
Smith, Rev. S. Whitwick 
Smith, Rev. W, Lincoln College 
Smith, Rev. H. Magdalen College 
Smythe, Rev. P. M. Tanworth, Henley in Arden 
*Snow, Rev. D.


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Somers, Right Hon. Countess, 94, Grosvenor Place
*Sotheby, Rev. J. Milverton, Taunton 
*Southwell, Rev. George, Yetminster, Sherborne
Spring Hill College, Birmingham 
*Stafford, Rev. J. C. Dinton, Salisbury 
St. Andrew's University 
Stanley, Rev. E. Rugby 
Statter, Rev. Jas. Worminghall 
Stephenson, G. H. Esq. 
Stewart, Rev. S. B. Preston, Lancashire 
Stewart, Mr. 7, Park Crescent, Torquay 
Stewart-Nicholson, J. S. Esq. Carnack, Falkirk, N. B.
Stockdale, Rev. Henry, Misterton, Notts 
Stockham, Rev. J. H. Penzance 
*Storer, Rev. John 
Storks, Rev. T. T. Loughton, Essex 
Stracey, Rev. W. J. 
*Street, Joseph, Esq. Islington 
+Stuart, Rev. Ed. Cirencester 
*Sturrock, Rev. W. Diocese of Calcutta 
Surridge, Rev. Dr. Chelmsford, Essex 
Sutherland, Dr. A. J. Ch. Ch. 
Sutton, Rev. K. S. Exeter Coll. 
*Swainson, Rev. C. L.Crick, Northamptonshire 
*Swainson, Rev. C. A. Fellow of Christ's Coll. Cambridge 
Swan, Rev. H. Bredon 
Swayne, Rev. R. G. Bussage, Gloucestershire
Swete, Rev. William, Sandhurst, Kent 
Sykes, Rev. G. M. Downing College, Cambridge
+Symons, Rev. B. P. D.D. Warden of Wadham Coll.

*Tait, Rev. Dr. late Head Master of Rugby School 
+Tate, Rev. Frank, Dover 
Tatham, Rev. A. Bosconnoe, Cornwall 
Tatham, Rev. A. Southwell 
Tavistock, The Marquis of

Taylor, Rev. A. Paddington
Taylor, Rev. M. J.
Taylor, Rev. Joseph, Stockport
*Tennant, Rev. Wm.
+Temple, Rev. J. Plempstal, Cheshire
Temple, The Hon. the Society of the Inner 
Thomas, Rev. N. Brampford Spike 
Thomas, Rev, W. Chudleigh 
*Thompson, Rev. Sir H. Bart. Frant. near Tunbridge Wells 
Thompson, Jos. Esq. Nottingham 
*Thornton, H. S. Esq. Battersea Rise 
+Thornton, Rev. F. V. Brown Candover, Hants 
Thornton, Rev. W. J. Llanwarne, near Ross, Herefordshire 
*Thorp, Rev. Henry, Topsham, Devon 
Tidswell, Rich, Esq. 
Timins, Rev. Henry, West Malling, Kent
Todd, Rev. Andrew, Dublin 
*Todd, Rev.J. H. D.D.Trinity College, Dublin
Tomlinson's Library, Newcastle-on-Tyne 
Tonge, George, Esq. 
*Tottenham, Rev. E. Bath 
Townsend, Rev. George, Prebendary of Durham 
Trenow, Rev. F. W. Manningford Bruce, Wiltshire 
Trevor, Rev. G. A. 27, Gloucester Place, Portman Square
Trinder, Rev. D, Exeter College 
*Tripp, Rev. H. St. Columba's, Navan, Ireland
Tristram, Rev. H. B. Castle Eden 
*Tritton, Henry, Esq. 
*Trollope, Rev. A. St. Marylebow, Cheapside 
Troughton, Rev. J. E. Hawarden, Flintshire
Troughton, Rev. T. Preston 
Troyte, A. H. Dyke, Esq. 
*Truro Theological Library 
*Tuckwell, Rev. H. St. John's, Newfoundland 
Tupper, Rev. W. G. Rutland Gate, London 
Turner, Rev. E. T. Brasenose College


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Turner, Rev. John, Burwash Hunt Green, Sussex
Turner, Rev. Chas. Kidderminster 
Turner, Rev. R. J. Stourbridge 
Tute, Rev. J. S. Morpeth, Northumberland
Tweed, Rev. J. P. Exeter College 
Twiss, A. O. Esq. Boyle, Ireland 
Twopeny, Rev. D. S. Sittingbourne 
*Tyler, Rev. James Endell, Rector of St. Giles in the Fields 
Tyndale, Rev. H. A. Tatsfield, Surrey 
Tyrrell, T. Esq.

Underhill, Mr. E. B. Oxford University of Glasgow 
+Utterton, Rev. J. S. Calbourne, I. W.

Vashon, Mrs. Bevere, near Worcester 
Vaux, Rev. Bowyer, Great Yarmouth 
Venables, Rev. E. Hurst Monceaux, near Brighton 
Vernon, Rev. E. H. Grove Rectory, Retford
Vicars, Rev. M. Godmanstone, Dorchester
Vigne, Rev. H. Sunbury, Middlesex 
Vogan, Rev. T. S. L. Walberton, Sussex 
Vyvyan, Rev. V. F. Withiel, Cornwall

Wade, T. Esq. 3, Albany Terrace, Regent's Park
Wainwright, Rev. Dr. Boston, U.S.A. 
Wagner, Rev. A. Brighton 
Walford, Rev. Oliver, Charterhouse 
Walford, Rev, E. Clifton

Walker, Rev. R. Auchtenless, N. B. 
Wallace, Rev. Geo. Canterbury 
Wallas, Rev. J. Crosscrake, near Miln thorpe
Waller, Mrs. Offchurch 
Wallis, Mr. H. Bookseller, Cambridge 
Walter, J. Esq.
Walter, Rev. Edw. Ashby, Tetbury 
Walthamstow Library 
Ward, Right Hon. Lady, Himley Hall 
*Ward, Rev.W. P. Compton Vallance, Dorchester
Ward, Rev.W.C. Honingham, Norfolk 
Warre, Rev. F. Bishop's-Lydiard, Somersetshire
Warren, Rev. Z, S. Dorrington, Lincolnshire 
*Warter, Rev. J. Wood, West Tarring, Sussex
Watkins, Rev. Frederick 
Watkins, Rev. W. Chichester 
Watson, Joshua, Esq. 
Watson, Rev. J. D. Guilsborough, Northampton 
Watson, Rev. Alex. Mary Church, Torquay 
Watts, Rev. John, Tarrant Gunville, Blandford 
Watts, Richard, Esq. Clifton House, Workington
*Wayett, Rev. W. Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire 
*Weare, Rev. T. W. Little Dean's Yard, Westminster 
*Weguelin, Rev. W. Stoke, near Arundel
* Wells, Rev. F. B. Woodchurch, Kent 
Wells Theological Library 
Westmacott, Rev. Horatio, Castleton, Oxon.
Westhorp, Rev. John, Sudbury 
Weston, P. G. Esq. Hayley House, George Town, South Carolina 
Wheatley, C. B. Esq. Mirfield, near Dewsbury 
White, Rev. G. C. White, P. Esq.
White, Rev. W.S. Monteviot, Jedbergh 
White, Rev. R. M. Aveley, Essex 
White, Rev. H. M. New Coll.


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Whitford, Rev. R. W. Madras
*Whitfield, Rev. G. T. Pudleston, Herefordshire
*Wickham, Rev. R. Gresford, Denbighshire
+Wickens, Rev. H. Preston, Hants
Wilberforce, Ven. Robert, Archdeacon of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Burton, Agnes, Driffield
Wilde, Rev. S. D. Fletching, near Uckfield, Sussex
Wilding, Rev. C. J. Morville, Bridgnorth
+Wilkins, Rev. J. M. Southwell, Notts.
Wilkinson, Rev. Charles, Leeds 
Wilkinson, Rev. H. J. Alverthorpe, near Wakefield
Wilkinson, Clennell, Esq. Leamington 
Williams, Hugh, Esq. London 
Williams, Rev. E. T. 
*Williams, Rev. G. King's Coll. Cam bridge
* Williams, Matthew D. Esq. 
Williams, Rev. I.Stinchcombe, Dursley 
Williams, Rev. F. D. Great Wishford, Wilts
*Williams, Robert, Esq. 
Willock, Rev. W. W. Manchester 
Wilshere, Rev. E. Madras
* Wilson, Rev. R. F. Hursley, near Winchester
Wilson, Rev. Thomas, Bath.
Wilson, Rev, Charles T. Brixham, Devon
+Wilson, Rev. James, Solihull
Winchester, The Dean and Chapter of
+Wingfield, Rev. W. W. Gulval, Cornwall
Wise, Rev. W. J. Granborough, near Southam
Wise, J. A. Esq. Clayton Hall, Staffordshire
Wise, Rev. Henry, Offchurch, Warwickshire
Wither, Rev. W. B. Otterbourne, Hants
Witts, Rev. Edw. F. Stanway, Gloucestershire
Wolrood, Mr. Liverpool

Wood, Rev. C. Ceylon 
Wood, Rev. J. R. The College, Worcester 
Woodcock, H, Esq. Bank House Wigan
Woodford, Rev. J. R. Frenchay, Bristol 
Woodward, Rev. J. H. Bristol 
+Woollcombe, Rev. E. C. Balliol Coll. 
Woollcombe, Rev. G. Exeter, Devon 
Woolcombe, Rev. W. W. Exeter Coll. 
Woolicombe, Rev. Louis, Petrockstow, Devon
Woolley, F. Esq. 
Woolrych, Rev. Henry Fitzroy, Curate of South Hetton, Durham 
Wordsworth, Rev. C. F. Ebbesbourne Wake, Wilts
Wray, Rev. Cecil, Liverpool 
Wrench, Rev. Frederick, Stowting Rectory, Ashford, Kent 
Wright, H. Esq. Cheltenham 
Wright, Rev. J. A. Ickham, Kent 
Wright, Rev. T. B. Wrangle Vicarage, near Boston 
Wright, Rev. H. P. St. Peter's College, Cambridge, Ionian Islands 
Wright, Rev. R. R. Marham Church, Cornwall
Wyatt, Rev. W.Snenton, Notts. 
Wylde, Rev. J. Bellbroughton,
Worcestershire Wylde, Rev. C. E. Chelmarsh, Shropshire 
*Wynter, Rev. Ph. D.D. President of St. John's Coll. 
*Wynter, Rev. J. C. Gatton, near Reigate, Surrey

Yates, Dr. Brighton 
Yates, Rev. E. T. Aylsham, Norfolk 
*Young, Rev. P. Hursley, near Winchester

Zordiffe, T. Esq.


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