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James Hervey Otey


Memoir of the Rt. Rev. James Hervey Otey, D.D., LL.D.: The First Bishop of Tennessee.
New York: J. Pott, 1885. [External link]

Duty of Ministers of the Gospel to Their People, Considered in their Civil Relations Set forth in a Primary Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Tennessee
Nashville: S. Nye & Co., 1837.

Triennial Sermon before the Bishops, Clergy and Laity, Constituting the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, preached in St. Stephen's Church, Philadelphia, Thursday Evening, September 6, 1838.
Philadelphia: C. Sherman & Co., 1838.

The Unity of the Church: The Ministry: The Apostolical Succession. Three Discourses.
New York: Daniel Dana, Jr., 1845.

Trust in God, the Foundation of the Christian Minister's Success.
A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the Right Rev. William Mercer Green, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Mississippi. Preached in St. Andrew's Church, Jackson, Miss. on St. Matthias' Day, Being Sunday, Feb 24th., 1850.
New-York: Stanford and Swords, 1850.

Address to the Members and Friends of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Southern and South-western States.
Philadelphia: Hooker, 1856.

An Appeal to Procrastinators.
Philadelphia: Hooker, 1856.

Memoir of the Rev. Elisha Mitchell, D.D., Late Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology in the University of North Carolina together with the Tributes of Respect to His Memory, by Various Public Meetings and Literary Associations, and the Addresses.
Chapel Hill: J.M. Henderson, Printer to the University, 1858.

Christian Education: Sermon before the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at St. Paul's Church, in the City of Richmond, on Wednesday, October 5, 1859.
Richmond: Printed at the Enquirer book and job office, 1859.

Trust in God the Only Safety of Nations and Constitutional Government Founded upon the Recognition of God's Sovereignty: Two Discourses.
New York: Daniel Dana, 1860.

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