Advertisement to the Tracts, by John Henry Newman
Introduction to the Second American Edition of the Tracts.
Tract Number 1-- Thoughts on the Ministerial Commission.
Tract Number 2-- The Catholic Church.
Tract Number 3-- On Alterations in the Liturgy.
Tract Number 4-- Adherence to the Apostolical Succession the safest Course.
Tract Number 5-- A Short Address to His Brethren on the Nature and Constitution of The Church of Christ, and of the Branch of It Established in England.
Tract Number 6-- The Present Obligation of Primitive Practice. A Sin of the Church.
Tract Number 7-- The Episcopal Church Apostolical.
Tract Number 8-- The Gospel a Law of Liberty.
Tract Number 9-- On Shortening the Church Service
Tract Number 10-- Heads of a Week-day lecture, delivered to a country congregation in -------shire.
Tract Number 11-- The Visible Church, Letters I and II.
Tract Number 12-- Richard Nelson I. Bishops, Priests, and Deacons.
Tract Number 13-- Sunday Lessons. The Principle of Selection.
Tract Number 14-- The Ember Days.
Tract Number 15-- On the Apostolical Succession in the English Church.
Tract Number 16-- Advent.
Tract Number 17-- The Ministerial Commission, a Trust from Christ for the Benefit of His People.
Tract Number 18-- Thoughts on the Benefits of the System of Fasting Enjoined by Our Church.
Tract Number 19-- On arguing concerning the Apostolical Succession. On Reluctance to Confess the Apostolical Succession.
Tract Number 20-- The Visible Church, Letter III.
Tract Number 21-- Mortification of the Flesh a Scripture Duty.
Tract Number 22-- Richard Nelson II. The Athanasian Creed.
Tract Number 23-- The Faith and Obedience of Churchmen, the Strength of the Church.
Tract Number 24-- The Scripture View of the Apostolical Commission.
Tract Number 25-- Bishop Beveridge on the great Necessity and Advantage of Public Prayer.
Tract Number 26-- The Necessity and Advantage of Frequent Communion. (Extracted from Bishop Beveridge's Sermon on the Subject).
Tract Number 27-- Bishop Cosin on the Doctrine of the Eucharist.
Tract Number 28-- Bishop Cosin on the Doctrine of the Eucharist. (Continued).
Tract Number 29-- Christian Liberty; Or, Why Should We Belong to the Church of England? By a Layman.
Tract Number 30-- Christian Liberty; Or, Why Should We Belong to the Church of England? By a Layman. (Continued).
Tract Number 31-- The Reformed Church.
Tract Number 32-- The Standing Ordinances of Religion.
Tract Number 33-- Primitive Episcopacy.
Tract Number 34-- Rites and Customs of the Church.
Tract Number 35-- The People's Interest in Their Minister's Commission.
Tract Number 36-- Account of Religious Sects at Present Existing in England.
Tract Number 37-- Bishop Wilson's Form of Excommunication.
Tract Number 38-- Via Media. No. I.
Tract Number 39-- Bishop Wilson's Form of Receiving Penitents.
Tract Number 40-- Richard Nelson III. Baptism.
Tract Number 41-- Via Media. No. II.
Tract Number 43-- Richard Nelson IV. Length of the Public Service.
Tract Number 44-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 2.-- Monday.
Tract Number 45-- The Grounds of our Faith.
Tract Number 46-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 3.-- Tuesday.
Tract Number 47-- The Visible Church, Letter IV.
Tract Number 48-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 4.-- Wednesday.
Tract Number 49-- The Kingdom of Heaven.
Tract Number 50-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 4.-- Wednesday--(continued)
Tract Number 51-- On Dissent without Reason in Conscience.
Tract Number 52-- Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. No. 1, St. Matthias.
Tract Number 53-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 5.-- Thursday.
Tract Number 54-- Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. No. 2, The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Tract Number 55-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 5.-- Thursday--(continued)
Tract Number 56-- Holy Days Observed in the English Church.
Tract Number 57-- Sermons on Saints' Days. No. 3, St Mark's Day.
Tract Number 58-- On the Church as viewed by Faith and by the World.
Tract Number 59-- Church and State.
Tract Number 60-- Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. (No. 4. St. Philip and St. James.)
Tract Number 61-- The Catholic Church a Witness Against Real Illiberality.
Tract Number 62-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 5.-- Thursday--(continued)
Tract Number 63-- On the Antiquity of the Existing Liturgies.
Tract Number 64-- Bishop Bull on the Ancient Liturgies.
Tract Number 65-- Bishop Wilson's Meditations on His Sacred Office, No. 6.-- Friday.
Tract Number 66-- Supplement to Tract XVIII; On the Benefits of the System of Fasting Prescribed by Our Church.
Tract Number 71--Against Romanism.No. I. On the Controversy with the Romanists.
Tract Number 72--Against Romanism.No. II. Archbishop Ussher on Prayers for the Dead.
Tract Number 73--On the Introduction of Rationalistic Principles into Religion.
Tract Number 74--Catena Patrum.No. I. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the Doctrine of the Apostolical Succession.
Tract Number 75--On the Roman Breviary as Embodying the Substance of the Devotional Services of the Church Catholic. [Introduction only]
Tract Number 76--Catena Patrum.No. II. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the Doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration.
Tract Number 79-- Against Romanism No III. On Purgatory.
Tract Number 80--On Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge.
Tract Number 81--Catena Patrum.No. IV. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the Eucharistic Sacrifice,
With an Historical Account of the Changes Made in the Liturgy as to the Expression of that Doctrine.
Tract Number 82--A Letter to a Magazine on the Subject of Dr. Pusey's Tract on Baptism.
Tract Number 83--Advent Sermons on Antichrist.
Tract Number 84--Whether a Clergyman of the Church of England be now bound to have Morning and Evening Prayers daily in his Parish Church.
Tract Number 86--Indications of a Superintending Providence in the Preservation of the Prayer Book and in the Changes which It has Undergone
Tract Number 87--On Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge (continued).
Tract Number 88--The Greek Devotions of Bishop Andrews, Translated and Arranged.
Tract Number 89--On the Mysticism Attributed to the Fathers of the Church.
Tract Number 90-- Remarks on Certain Passages in theThirty-Nine Articles.
Tract Number 91-- The Articles of Religion from an American Point of View. By William Reed Huntington. Included here because of its topical association, not because of any other connection with the original ninety Tracts.