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John Jay


Thoughts on the Duty of the Episcopal Church in Relation to Slavery; Being a Speech Delivered in the N. Y. A. S. Convention February 12, 1839.
New-York: Piercy and Reed, 1839. [External link]

The Progress and Results of Emancipation in the English West Indies: A Lecture Delivered before the Philomathian Society of the City of New-York.
New-York: Wiley and Putnam, 1842. [External link]

Caste and Slavery in the American Church.
New-York and London: Wiley and Putnam, 1843. [External link]

Facts Connected with the Presentment of Bishop Onderdonk: A Reply to Parts of the Bishop's Statement.
New York: Stanford and Swords; Philadelphia: G. S. Appleton, 1845.

America Free or America Slave: An Address on the State of the Country Delivered by John Jay, Esq. at Bedford, Westchester County, New York October 8, 1856.
No place: no publisher, 1856. [External link]

The American Church and the African Slave Trade; Mr. Jay's Speech in the New-York Diocesan Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church on the 27th September 1860; with a Note of the Proceedings had in that Council on the Subject.
New-York: Roe, Lockwood and Sons, 1860.

Correspondence between John Jay, Esq. and the Vestry of St. Matthew's Church, Bedford, New York.
No place: no publisher, 1862. [External link]

The Church and the Rebellion: Mr. Jay's Letter to the Rector and Vestry of St. Matthew's Church, Bedford, with a Preface in Reply to the Rector's Speech from the Chancel on Sunday June 21, 1863, Touching the Recent Visit of a Clergyman of Doubtful Loyalty.
Bedford, New-York, 1863.

Rome in America: An Address before the Bible Society at Mount Kisco, New York, September 21, 1868.
New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 1869.

Rome, the Bible and the Republic: Mr. Jay's Reply to the Strictures of the Rev. M. W. Newman on Mr. Jay's address before the Bible Society of Westchester County, New York.
Mount Kisco, New York: Press of "The Weekly," 1879.

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