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The Carey Ordination

A Letter to a Parishioner relative to the Recent Ordination of Mr. Arthur Carey.
By Benjamin I. Haight, A.M.
New York, 1843.

The New-York Ordination: A Letter Sustaining the Ordination of Mr. Arthur Carey, By Stephen H. Tyng. Published 1843.

The True Issue for the True Churchman. A Statement of Facts in Relation to the Recent Ordination in St. Stephen's Church, New York.
By Drs. Smith and Anthon.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1843.

The Ordination of Mr. Arthur Carey
from The New Englander and Yale Review, October, 1843.

Review of Bishop B. T. Onderdonk's Address in Respect to a Late Ordination.
By Observer.
Philadelphia; Stavely and McCalla, 1843.

Speech of Mr. John Duer, Delivered in the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Diocese of New-York, on Friday, the 29th of September, 1843, in Support of the Resolutions Offered by Judge Oakley.
By John Duer
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1843.

Reply to An Address "To the Laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New York"
By Laici
[New York:] no publisher, March 27th, 1844.

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
By Samuel Seabury, D.D.
New York, 1844.

The Novelties which Disturb Our Peace. Four Letters Addressed to the Bishops, Clergy and Laity.
By John Henry Hopkins, D.D.
Philadelphia: H. Hooker, 1844.

Letter I.
Letter II.
Letter III.
Letter IV. The Carey Ordination.

An Incident in the Life of a Presbyterian Minister.
From The Living Age, Volume 26, Issue 326, 1850, pages 299-300.