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Levi Silliman Ives


Anglo-Catholicism in Antebellum North Carolina: Levi Silliman Ives and the Society of the Holy Cross.
By Lewis Wright, M.D. Reproduced with permission from Anglican and Episcopal History, Vol. LXIX, No. 1, pp. 44-71.

A Sermon Preached in Trinity Church, Southwark, Philadelphia, at the Consecration of Levi Silliman Ives, Sept. 22, 1831.
By Benjamin Tredwell Onderdonk.
New-York: Protestant Episcopal Press, 1831.

A Sermon Preached in St. Luke's Church, New-York, September 25, 1831: on Taking Leave of His Congregation.
New-York: Protestant Episcopal Press, 1831.

A Sermon at the Opening of the First Convention after His Entering on the Duties of His Episcopate Delivered in St. Paul's Church, Edenton, N.C. May, 1832.
New-York: Printed at the Protestant Episcopal Press, 1832.

The Importance of Christian Education: A Charge, Delivered to the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of North Carolina, held at Warrenton, June 1st, 1833.
Fayetteville, North Carolina: E.J. Hale, 1833.

The "Perfect Peace" of the Christian: A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Mary Catharine Cairns, Wife of the Rev. William Douglass Cairns, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Edenton, N. Carolina, Delivered in That Church on the 23d Sunday after Trinity, November 6th, 1836.
Raleigh: J. Gales, 1836.

Humility, a Ministerial Qualification: An Address to the Students of the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States Delivered at the Seventeenth Annual Commencement, in St. Peter's Church, New-York, June 28, 1840.
New-York: Swords, Stanford, 1840.

The Christian Bishop Approving Himself to God: The Sermon at the Consecration of the Rt. Rev. John Johns, Assistant Bishop of Virginia.
Richmond: Printed by P.D. Bernard, 1842.

The Struggle of Sense against Faith: The Sermon at the Opening of the Triennial Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America, delivered in St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia, October 2, 1844.
Philadelphia: George and Wayne, 1844.

"The Apostles' Doctrine and Fellowship." Five Sermons Preached in the Principal Churches of His Diocese, during His Spring Visitation, 1844 
New-York, Philadelphia: George S. Appleton, 1844.

The Introductory Address of the Historical Society of the University of North Carolina Delivered in the University Chapel, June 5th. 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina: The Society, 1844.

The Address at the Laying of the Corner Stone of St. Mary's Church, Burlington, New Jersey.
Burlington: E. Morris, at the Missionary Press, 1847.

The Obedience of Faith: Seven Sermons delivered on His Visitations to the Churches in his diocese, during 1848-9.
New York: Stanford and Swords, 1849

The Priestly Office: A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy of North Carolina.
New-York: Stanford and Swords, 1849.

A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy and Laity of His Diocese.
New-York: Stanford and Swords, 1849.

A Letter from the Rt. Rev. Bishop Ives, in Answer to Certain Questions Concerning Confession and Absolution. 
New-York: Stanford and Swords, 1850.

Puseyite Developments, or Notices of the New York Ecclesiologists.
Dedicated to their Patron, the Right Rev. Bishop Ives, of North Carolina.
By A Layman.
New York: Berford & Co., 1850.

Statement of the Difficulties between the Diocese of North Carolina and Dr. Ives, lately Bishop of Said Diocese.
E. J. Hale, 1853.

The Trials of a Mind in Its Progress to Catholicism: A Letter to His Old Friends.
Boston: Patrick Donahoe, 1854.
New-York: D. & J. Sadlier, 1855.

Romish Perverts: Where Do They Come From? The American Quarterly Church Review. New Haven, Connecticut. July, 1860, pp. 254-265.

William West Skiles
A Sketch of Missionary Life at Valle Crucis in Western North Carolina 1842-1862
Edited by Susan Fenimore Cooper
New York: James Pott & Co., 1890.

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