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Samuel Seabury (1729-1796)

A Modest Reply to a Letter from a Gentleman to His Friend in Dutchess-County. Lately Published by an Anonymous Writer.
New York: Printed in the Year 1759.

Letters of a Westchester Farmer (1774-1775)
White Plains: Westchester County Historical Society, 1930.

A Discourse on II Tim. III. 16 Delivered in St. Paul's and St. George's Chapels, in New-York, on Sunday the 11th of May, 1777.
New York: H. Gaine, 1777.

A Discourse on Brotherly Love, Preached before the Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, of Zion Lodge, at St. Paul's Chapel, in New-York, on the Festival of St. John the Baptist, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy-seven.
New York: H. Gaine, 1777.

A Sermon, Preached before the Grand Lodge, and the Other Lodges of Ancient Free Masons, in New-York, at St. Paul's Chapel on the Anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, 1782.
New-York: Robertsons, Mills and Hicks, 1783.

The Nature and Extent of the Apostolical Commission
Preached at the Consecration of Samuel Seabury
By John Skinner
Aberdeen: Chalmers, 1785.

Bishop Seabury's Second Charge, to the Clergy of His Diocess, Delivered at Derby, in the State of Connecticut, on the 22d of September, 1786.
New-Haven: Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green, 1786.

An Earnest Persuasive to Frequent Communion.
New Haven: 1789.

A Discourse Delivered in St. James' Church, in New-London, on Tuesday the 23d of December, 1794 before an Assembly of Free and Accepted Masons, Convened for the Purpose of Installing a Lodge in That City.
New London, Connecticut: Printed by S. Green, 1795.

Discourses on Several Subjects.
Hudson, New York: William E. Norman, 1815. [External link]

Removal of the Remains of Bishop Seabury
From The Colonial Church Chronicle and Missionary Journal, Vol. III (No. XXIX) (November, 1849), pages 197-199.

Bishop Seabury and the Non-juring Bishops
From The Colonial Church Chronicle and Missionary Journal, Vol. III (No. XXX) (December, 1849), pages 217-221.

Bishop Seabury and Bishop Provoost: An Historical Fragment.
By William Stevens Perry.
No place: no publisher, 1862.

Christian Ballads
By A. Cleveland Coxe, D.D.
New York: D. Appleton, 1865.

Seabury's Mitre
In Trinity College, Hartford

A Reprint in Full of the Registry of Ordinations by Bishops Seabury and Jarvis, as Published in the Journal of A.D. 1882, by Order of the Convention.
Hartford: no publisher, 1882.

Early Days of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut: Address, in Commemoration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Election of Bishop Seabury, March 25th, 1783. Delivered in St. John's Church, Stamford, and before the Fairfield County Clerical Association.
By William Tatlock.
Bridgeport, Connecticut: Farmer Office Print, 1883.

A Discourse delivered in the Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, at Faribault, Minnesota on the Eve of the Centenary of the Reverend Samuel Seabury, D.D., Oxon., to the Episcopate of Connecticut, by the Bishops of the Catholic Remainder of the Church in Scotland, at Aberdeen, November 14th, A.D., 1784, and repeated in the Cathedral at Davenport, Iowa November 16th, A. D., 1884.
By William Stevens Perry
Davenport, Iowa: Glass and Hoover, 1884.

Connecticut's Seabury Centenary Memorial to Scotland. A.D. 1784--A.D. 1884.
No place: no publisher, 1884.

Memoir concerning the Seabury commemoration held at St. Paul's Cathedral, London, the fourteenth day of November, A. D. 1884. Printed chiefly from a manuscript monograph introductory to a unique volume in the possession of George Shea, the pages of which are inset with all the original correspondence and other proof of the historical event. 1893.

A Discourse Delivered by Appointment of the Right Reverend Horatio Potter, D.D., Bishop of New York, at the Church of the Annunciation, City of New York, on the 25th Day of June, A.D., 1873, in Memory of Samuel Seabury, D.D.
By Samuel Roosevelt Johnson.
New York: no publisher, 1873. [External link]

The Continued and Conscious Life of the Soul Inferred from Christ's Going and Preaching to the Spirits in Prison.
By William Jones Seabury.
New York: F. B. Patterson, 1874.

Life and Correspondence of the Right Reverend Samuel Seabury, D.D. First Bishop of Connecticut, and of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
By Eben Edwards Beardsley.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1881. [External link]

Memoir of Bishop Seabury
By William Jones Seabury
New York: E.S. Gorham, 1908.

Samuel Seabury, the First American Bishop.
By Shirley Carter Hughson.
West Park, New York: Holy Cross Press, no date.

Samuel Seabury (1801-1872)

The Voice of Truth; or an Examination of the Claims of the Rev. Dr. Seabury
To be the Provisional Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New-York.

[No place: no publisher] c. 1854.

The Joy of the Saints: A Discourse on the Third Sunday after Easter A.D.
MDCCCXLIV. Being the first Sunday after the Intelligence of the Death of
the Rev. Arthur Carey, A.M., An Assistant Minister in the Church of the
Annunciation, New York.

New York: James A. Sparkes, 1844.

The Relation of the Clergy and the Laity: A Discourse Preached in St. Paul's Chapel and St. Clement's Church, N. York.
New York: Henry M. Onderdonk, 1844.

Sermon Preached at the Funeral of the Right Reverend Benjamin Tredwell
Onderdonk, by Samuel Seabury, D.D.

From Obsequies and Obituary Notices of the Late Right Reverend Benjamin
Tredwell Onderdonk
New York: H. B. Price, 1862.

Mary the Virgin as Commemorated in the Church of Christ.
New York: Pott and Amery, 1868.

Discourses Illustrative of the Nature and Work of the Holy Spirit.
New York: Pott, 1874.

William Jones Seabury (1837-1916)

Preface to Discourses Illustrative of the Nature and Work of the Holy Spirit. New York: Pott, 1874.

Notes on the Decree of Leo XIII. Against the Validity of Anglican Orders, by Wm. J. Seabury. Milwaukee: The Young Churchman, n.d.

An Introduction to the Study of Ecclesiastical Polity.
New York: Crothers and Korth, 1894. [External link]

Thoughts on the Nature and Limitations of Episcopal Authority. An Address by The Rev. William S. Seabury, D.D. Before the Church Club of New York, March 23, 1904. New York: Edwin S. Gorham, 1904.

Memoir of Bishop Seabury
By William Jones Seabury
New York: E.S. Gorham, 1908.

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