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The General Theological Seminary


A Pastoral Letter relative to Measures for the Theological Education of Candidates for Holy Orders.
By John Henry Hobart.
New-York: T. and J. Swords, 1820.

An Introductory Address on the Occasion of the Opening of the General Theological Seminary.
By John Henry Hobart.
New-York: T. and J. Swords, 1822.

An Address Delivered before the Trustees, Professors, and Students of the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, on Occasion of the Opening of the Said Seminary after Vacation; in Trinity Church, New-York, on the Evening of the Festival of All-Saints, Monday, November 1, 1824.
By Benjamin Tredwell Onderdonk.
New-York: T. and J. Swords, 1825.

Count the Cost: A Sermon preached at the Matriculation of Students in the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, on the Evening of the Second Sunday in Advent, Dec. 4, 1836, in St. Peter's Chapel, New York.
By William Rollinson Whittingham.
New York: Doolittle & Vermilye, 1836.

The Christian Athlete. The Address to the Students of the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, at the Annual Matriculation on Ember Tuesday, December, 1847.
By John D. Ogilby, D.D., St. Mark's Church in the Bowery--Professor of Ecclesiastical History. Published by request of the Students. New-York: Daniel Dana, Jr., 1847.

Commencement Addresses

The Hindrances to Ministerial Success.
By Samuel A. McCoskry
New York: Swords, Stanford & Co., 1839.

Humility, A Ministerial Qualification. An Address to the Students of the General Theological Seminary at the Annual Commencement in St. Peter's Church, New-York, June 28, 1840.
By Levi Silliman Ives
New York: Swords, Stanford & Co., 1840.

The Gospel Trust. An Address to the Students of the General Theological Seminary at the Annual Commencement in St. Peter's Church, New-York, June 25, 1841.
by William Heathcote Delancey
Geneva, NY: Stow & Frazee, 1841.

An Address to the Students of the General Theological Seminary at the Annual Commencement in St. Peter's Church, New-York, 1842.
by William Rollinson Whittingham. New York: Swords, Stanford & Co., 1843.

Graduates

Henry John Whitehouse, 1824

William Rollinson Whittingham, 1825.

William Ingraham Kip, 1835.

Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1841.

William E. Armitage, 1852.

John Henry Hobart Brown, 1854.

James DeKoven, 1854.

George Franklin Seymour, 1854.

Thomas McKee Brown, 1865.

Related documents

Attendance on Prescribed Duties: A Lent Lecture Delivered in the Chapel of the General Theological Seminary, Friday Evening, March 14, 1856.
By Samuel Roosevelt Johnson.
New York: Pudney and Russell, 1856.

Assault of the Bishop of Western New York upon the Dean of the General Theological Seminary, and the Dean's Reply.
New York: Styles and Cash, 1875.

Ministers of Christ, and Stewards of the Mysteries of God: A Sermon in Commemoration of the Reverend Alfred Stubbs, D.D.
By Eugene A. Hoffman.
New York: Trows, 1883.

The Importance of Musical Knowledge for the Priesthood of the Church
Second Annual Address on Church Music, delivered before the students of the General Theological Seminary.
By James N. Steele.
New York: James Pott, 1894.

Installation Address of the Very Reverend Wilford L. Robbins, Dean of the General Theological Seminary..
By Wilford Lash Robbins.
New York: A. G. Sherwood and Co., 1903.

Baccalaureate Sermon Preached before the Candidates for Degrees in Columbia University.
By Wilford Lash Robbins.
New York: no publisher, 1904.