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Samuel Hinds


Compiled by the Right Reverend Dr. Terry Brown
Retired Bishop of Malaita, Anglican Church of Melanesia

Remarks Upon the Latest Official Documents Relating to New Zealand (Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, February 7, 1838): In a Letter to a Friend.
By John Beecham.
London: Hatchard, 1838. [External link]

Adult Schools: A Letter to the Lord Bishop of Norwich on the Establishment of Adult Schools in Agricultural Districts by a Country Curate.
London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1850. [External link]

Dr. Hinds. [Obituary]
In The Annual Register, Edited by Edmund Burke, Vol. 114, p. 141.
London: Rivington, 1873.

Quam Vim in Moribus Populi Conformandis Exhibeant Rerumpublicarum Subitae Mutationes: Disputatio Cancellarii Praemio Donata, et in Theatro Sheldoniano Recitata Die Jun. IIItio. A.D. 1818. [Chancellor’s Prize]
[Oxford]: S. and J. Collingwood, [1818].

Introduction to Logic: From Dr Whately’s Elements of Logic.
Oxford: D.A. Talboys and J. Vincent, 1827. [External link]

The History of the Rise and Early Progress of Christianity, Comprising an Inquiry into its True Character and Design.
London: Baldwin and Craddock, 1828. [External link]

Volume 1
Volume 2

The Catechist’s Manual and Family Lecturer: Being an Arrangement and Explanation of St. Mark’s Gospel: For Purposes of Missionary and Domestic Instruction.
Oxford: W. Baxter for B. Fellowes, 1829. [External link]

The Three Temples of the One True God Contrasted.
Oxford: W. Baxter for B. Fellowes and J. Parker, 1830. [External link]

An Inquiry into the Proofs, Nature, and Extent of Inspiration and into the Authority of Scripture.
Oxford: W. Baxter for B. Fellowes, 1831. [External link]

The Christian’s Prayer [in verse]; with Notes Illustrative of the Change Made by the Promulgation of the Gospel in the Present Condition, and Future Prospects of Mankind. By a Lay Member of the Church of England.
London: C. J. G. and Rivington, and Hatchard and Son, 1831. [External link]

The Gospel Hid to Them That Are Lost.
In Original Family Sermons, Vol. 2.
London: John W. Parker, 1833.

Sonnets and Other Short Poems: Chiefly on Sacred Subjects.
London: B. Fellowes, 1834. [External link]

A Sermon Preached at Baldock, at the Visitation of the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, Sept. 15, 1837.
London: No publisher, 1837. [External link]

The Great Problem Solved: Being Replies to the Question “What Have We Got to Rely on, If We Cannot Rely on the Bible?” with Francis William Newman and James Gordon Stuart Grant.
Dunedin [NZ]: Mills, Dick and Company, 1871. [External link]

Latest Official Documents Relating to New Zealand, with Introductory Observations.
London: J.W. Parker, 1838. [External link]

A Letter to Mr. Senior on Supplemental Evening Schools.
[London]: No publisher, [1839].

The Argument for Episcopacy Considered: A Sermon Preached in Whitehall Chapel, on Sunday, March 1, 1840, at the Consecration of the Right Rev. Henry Pepys, D.D. Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man.
London: B. Fellowes, 1840. [External link]

Copy of a Speech Delivered at the Anniversary Meeting of the Hertford District Committee of the Two Societies for Promoting Christian Knowledge, and for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, Held in the Shire Hall, Hertford, September 15, 1840.
Hertford: E.W. Cobb, [1840].

Scripture and the Authorized Versions of Scripture: Being the Substance of Two Ordination Sermons, With an Appendix, Containing Notes, and a Glossary of Words Which Have Become Obsolete.
London: No publisher, 1845.

Speech of the Rev. Dr. Hinds at a Meeting of the Trinity College Dublin Branch of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts ... 1846.
[Armagh]: [M’Watters], [1846].

Sermon [on Luke ix. 5] Preached in St. George’s Church, Dublin in Behalf of the Parochial Visitors’ Society Second Edition.
London: No publisher, 1847.

“I am with You:” A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of Lambeth Palace, on Sunday, March 26, 1848, at the Consecration of the Right Rev. Renn Dickson Hampden, D.D. Lord Bishop of Hereford.
London: B. Fellowes, 1848.

A Sermon [on Mark iii. 4] Preached in ... Great Yarmouth on the Occasion of Opening National Schools in That Town.
London: No publisher, 1850.

Testimony of the Rt. Rev. Samuel, Lord Bishop of Norwich, in Favour of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts.
Norwich: T. Webster, [1850].

The Clergy Address on the Romish Movement, Presented to the Lord Bishop of Norwich Dec. 7th: And His Lordship’s Reply.
Norwich: No publisher, 1850.

Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Norwich at His Primary Visitation, in June and July, 1852.
London: B. Fellowes, 1852.

Report of Her Majesty’s Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the State, Discipline, Studies, and Revenues of the University and Colleges of Oxford: Together with the Evidence, and an Appendix.
London: W. Clowes and Sons, for H.M. Stationery Office, 1852. [External link]

Questions Proposed to the Candidates for Holy Orders, at the Eighth General Ordination of Samuel, Lord Bishop of Norwich, November, 1853.
No place: No publisher, [1853].

On the Truth of Christianity, Compiled from ‘Lessons on the Truth of Christianity,’ and Other Works of Archbishop Whately.
London: No publisher, 1865.

Free Discussion of Religious Topics.
London: Longmans, Green, 1868.

Free Discussion of Religious Topics: Part 2, Objections to Free Pulpit Discussion Considered.
London: Longmans, Green, 1869.

Another Reply to the Question, “What Have We Got to Rely on, If We Cannot Rely on the Bible?”
Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1869.

A Letter on an Article in “The Christian Observer” for October 1869.
Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1869.

The Nature and Origin of Evil: A Letter to a Friend.
Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1870.

A Reply to the Question, “Apart From Supernatural Revelation, What is Man’s Prospect of Living After Death?”
Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1870.

A Letter to the Rev. C. Voysey . . . [On the Subject of his Condemnation by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council].
Ramsgate: Thomas Scott and Edinburgh: Turnbull and Spears, 1871.

A Reply to the Question, “Shall I Seek Ordination in the Church of England?”
Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1871.

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