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Page 127. Dunsterville, Commander Edward. d. 32, St. Augustine's Road, Camden Sq., London, 11 Mch., 1873.
Page 140. Eliot, John, M.P. bur. 1665, not 1865 as stated.
Page 198, col. 1, line 22, for legislature, read legislative.
Page 256, col. 1, line 4 from bottom, after 1723, add Lond, printed for John Morley, at the CrossKeys, in the Poultry, 1723, 40., pp. 28, 4d.
Page 265. Jago, James, M.D., (son of John Jago). b. At the Barton of Kegilliack, Budock, 18 Dec., 1815, and not as stated.
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Page 329. Lyne, Rev. Charles. d. Colby Villa, Dawlish, 5 May, 1873.
ADAMS, John Couch, M.A., F.R.S. (Com.).
Contribs. to Memoirs and Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronom. Soc. of Lond., viz.:
Elements of the Comet of Faye. M.N., vi, 20, (1844). The relative position of the two heads of Biela's Comet. M.N., vii, 83, (1846). An Explanation of the Irregularities in the motion of Uranus, on the hypothesis of disturbances caused by a distant Planet, with a Determination of the Mass, &c., of the disturbing body. M.N., vii, 149–52, (1846). Mems., xvi, 427–59, 1847. [Also found as a distinct vol., Lond., 1846, 80. Researches in the Problem of Inverse Perturbations leading to the Discovery of the planet Neptune. M.N., vii, 218, 244, 285, 308; viii, 24, 172. On an Error in Bouvard's Tables of Saturn. Mems., xvii, 1–2, (1849); M.N., vii, 251-52. New elements of Neptune. M.N., vii, 268–69,
The Total Eclipse of the Sun, 28 July, 1851, as seen at Frederiksvoern, by Mr. Adams and Mr. Liveing. Mems., xxi, 101, (1852). Address at Annual Meeting, 1852. Mems., xxi, 211, (1853); M.N., xii, 114, (1852). Address at Annual Meeting, 1853. Mems, xxii, 254, (1854); M.N., xiii, 141, (1852). Observations on Comet II, 1861, made at the Cambridge Observatory. M.N., xiv., 181, (1854); xxii, 268, (1862). New Tables of the Moon's Parallax. M.N., xiii, 175–80, 1853. [Nautical Almanac, 1856, App., pp. 35–53.] On the corrections to be applied to Burckhardt's and Plana's Parallax of the Moon. M.N., xiii, 262–64, (1853). On the Secular Variation of the Moon's mean motion. M.N., xiv, 59–62, (1853); xix, 207, (1859); xx, 225, 279, 1860. [Philos. Trans, cxliii, 397–406, 1853.] On the Secular Variation of the eccentricity and inclination of the moon's orbit. M.N., xix, 206–208, (1859). Reply to various observations which have been brought against his theory of the Secular Acceleration of the Moon's Mean Motion. M.N., xx, 225–40, (1860). Postscript to the Reply to various observations which have been brought against the Theory of the Secular Acceleration. M.N., xx, 279–80.
Truth against Truth; or the Battle of the Covenants. A Sermon delivered in St. Mary's Church, Penzance, on Friday, the 16th May, 1851, at the Triennial Visitation of the Lord Bishop of Exeter. With a prefatory address to the Clergy of the Evangelical and High Church Schools. By the Rev. R. Aitken, Incumbent of Pendeen, Cornwall, and Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Caithness. Penzance: published by F. T. Vibert; Lond., W. M. Pardon, 23, Coleman Street, 1851, 89., pp. 31, 1/6.
Spiritual Vitality. An Address to the Clergy, in two parts. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Lond., J. H. Parker; Truro, J. R. Netherton [printed, 1852, 8°., pp. 34, 1/-.
AITKEN, Rev. Robert. (Con.).
Methodistic Catholicism, a word of expostulation to the Rev. R. Aitken, in answer to his Address to the Clergy, entitled “Spiritual Vitality.” By a Parish Priest, [i.e., the Rev. M. M. Humble.] Lond., J. H. Parker; Penzance, Vibert sprinted, 1852, 89., pp. 28. The Conversion and Holy Life of St. Augustine. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Lond., J. H. Parker; Truro, J. R. Netherton sprinted, 1852, 12°., pp. 90, 1/-. A Letter to one of the Leeds Clergy on the Distinction between Salvation and Christianity, being an answer to inquiries on the subject of “Spiritual Vitality.” By the Rev. R. Aitken. Lond, Parker; Penzance, F.T. Vibert sprinted, 1852, 80., pp. 28, 1/-. Saving faith viewed in reference to the teaching of the Rev. R. Aitken and others. Anon. [By Rev. John Henry Blunt.] Lond, J. Masters, 1854, 89., pp. 24. Bod. Lib. The teaching of the Types. Tracts for the Clergy and the Earnest Minded. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Oxford, T. and G. Shrimpton. No. 1–5, 1854. No. 6–10, 1855, 80.
NotE.-Each tract has a distinct title, but the pagination is continuous, and the series forms one vol., pp. 458, price 12/-.
The Power of Christ's name, or Church and Dissent, and Christ's exposition of both. A sermon delivered in St. Mary's Church, Penzance, at the visitation of the Venerable the Archdeacon of Cornwall. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Oxford, T. and G. Shrimpton, 1856, 80., pp. 36, 1/6. A Word for the Truth, for the Church, and for God. An address to the Clergy on the present [Denison] Controversy, in which the points at issue are fully stated and the doctrines involved are theologically considered. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Oxford, T. and G. Shrimpton, 1857, 80., pp. 40, 2/-. Hints, Suggestions, and Reasons, for the provisional adjustment of the Church-Rate, for the Reformation of the Church's external administration, and for the union of Church and Dissent. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Lond., Longman, 1859, 89., pp. 58, 2/6. The Prayer Book unveiled in the light of Christ, or unity without Liturgical revision. Letters for Nonconformists expository of the church's teaching, etc., addressed to the Rev. T. Binney. By the Rev. R. Aitken. Lond., W. Macintosh, 1863, 89., pp. xxiv and 353.−2nd ed. 1867, 8°., pp. xvi and 382, 5/6. High Truth. The Christian's Vocation, Progress, Perfection, and State in Glory. By the
AITKEN, Rev. Robert. (Com.).
Rev. R. Aitken. Lond, W. Macintosh, 1866, 8°., pp. viii and 160, 2/-. No. 1. Church reform spiritually considered. A Letter to the Right Honorable William Ewart Gladstone, by the Rev. R. Aitken, Vicar of Pendeen. Lond, Dickinson and Higham, 73 (late 92), Farringdon St., 1871, 80. Title and contents, 2 leaves, Church Reform, pp. 1–134, 1/6. Mission Services at St. Paul's Church, Newport. Revised and reprinted from The Evening Telegram of March 31st, 1871. A sermon preached at St. Paul's, Newport, on the 30th of March, 1871, by the Rev. R. Aitken. Lond, Dickinson and Higham...Cornish, Penzance. n.d., [1871, 8", pp. 40, 6d. List of valuable engravings, prints, etc., to be sold by auction, Aug. 12, 1873, at the Vicarage, Pendeen, St. Just, the property of the late Rev. R. Aitken. Beare and Son, printers, Penzance. n.d., [1873, 89., pp. 2.
AITKEN, REv. WILLIAM HAY MACDowALL
Society. (Lond, Kingsland, G. Potter, 1867),
pp. 16, 51, 76, 110.
ALAZON. pseud, i.e., Barnes, Rev. R. W.
ALLEN, JOHN. Schoolmaster of Madras House, Hackney. b. Truro, 1771, (but no entry in Register), d. Hackney, 17 June, 1839. cf. Biog. Dict of Soc. for D.U.K., Gent. Maj., xii, 210, (1839). The Fathers, the Reformers, and the public Formularies of the Church of England, in harmony, with Calvin, and against the Bishop of Lincoln. By a Layman, [pseud, i.e., J. Allen,) 1812, 80. Institutes of the Christian Religion. By John Calvin. Translated from the original Latin and collated with the author's last edition in French. By J. Allen. Lond., printed for J. Walker, 1813, 3 vols., 80., 45/- –Another ed. Lond., printed for T. Tegg, 1838, 2 vols., 80. Memoirs of the Life of the late Major General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines. [By John Alo Lond., W. Winchester and Son, 1815, 2 vols., 8".-2nd ed. 1816, 89., pp. xx and 292. Modern Judaism ; or a brief account of the opinions, traditions, rites and ceremonies, of the Jews in modern times. By John Allen. Lond., Hamilton, 1816, 89., 10/6,-2nd ed. revised and corrected. Lond, Seeleys, 1830, 89., pp. xvi and 451, 10/6.
ALLEN, John. (Com.).
Sermons translated from the French of Daniel de Superville, formerly Pastor of the French Protestant Church at Rotterdam. With memoir of his life. By J. Allen. London, printed for Burton and Briggs, 1816, 89., pp. xx and 402. Two dissertations on sacrifices, the first on all the sacrifices of the Jews...the second on the sacrifice of Christ...By William Outram, D.D. Translated from the original Latin, with additional notes and indexes by J. Allen. Lond, printed for the translator, and sold by Burton and Briggs, Leadenhall St., 1817, 89., pp. xii and 400. NoTE.—Alexander Allen (son of John Allen, of Hackney). b. Hackney, 21 Sept., 1814. d. 6 Nov., 1842,
was the author and editor of various Classical School books and other works.
ALLEN, JOHN. A Friend (son of John Allen and Eliz. Fox). b. Liskeard, 26 Sept., 1790. d. Liskeard, 15 Feb., 1859. bur. 22 Feb. cf. Liskeard Gazette, 19 and 26 Feb., 1859; The Annual Monitor for 1860, pp. 3–26.
The cause of the heavy burdens of Great Britain and of her national debt; comprising a rapid survey of some of the great events connected with British History during the last hundred and fifty years. Anon. Lond, Darton and Harvey, 1836, 12°., 1 sheet.—2nd ed., revised, 1843, 12°., sheet.
Cursory view of some of the obstacles to the right apprehension and full reception of the Spiritual Nature and Blessings of Christianity. By J. Allen. Lond, Harvey and Darton, 1840, 89., pp. 32.
The Statistics of War and Peace. By John Allen, Esq., and others. Being part of the Papers read to the Peace Convention, in 1843. Lond., printed by Rich. Barrett, and sold by Charles Gilpin, n.d., [1843, 12°., § sheet.
On our Home Population. By John Allen. Lond, Simpkin, 1844, 18°., 2/6.
Compendious view of the tithe system, its progress, conversion into tithe rent charge, etc. By J. Allen, 1850, 120.
NotE.-First appeared in The Friend, viii, 26-28, (1850); and since 1850 has again been reprinted by The London Tract Association.
Christian Baptism ; or the Baptism of Christ. Do the Christian Churches generally entertain sound scriptural views respecting it ! Anon. Lond., C. Gilpin, 1850, 12°., pp. 36, 4d.—Reprinted by the Tract Association of the Society of Friends. [No. 118, 1854, 12°., pp. 24, 1/per doz.
State Churches and the Kingdom of Christ, an essay on the establishment of ministers, forms and services of religion by secular power,