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Adlam, Samuel. The First Baptist Church in America, Not founded or Pastored by Roger Williams. Introduction and edited by J. R. Graves. Memphis: Southern Baptist book House, 1890.

Armitage, Thomas. A History of the Baptists; Traced by Their Vital Principles and Practices, from the Time of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to the Year 1886. New York: Bryan, Taylor, & Co., 1887.

Backus, Isaac. An Abridgment of the Church History of New England, from 1602 to 1804. Boston: Printed for the author by E. Lincoln, 1804.

_____. A Discourse Concerning the Materials, the Manner of Building and Power of Organizing of the Church of Christ. Boston: John Boyles, 1773.

_____. A Discourse Shewing the Nature and Necessity of an Internal Call to Preach the Everlasting Gospel. Boston: Printed by Fowle, 1754.

_____. The Doctrine of Sovereign Grace Opened and Vindicated and Also the Consistency and Duty of Declaring Divine Sovereignty, and Man's Impotency, While Yet We Address Their Consciences with the Warnings of Truth, and Calls of the Gospel. Providence: John Carter, 1771.

_____. A Fish Caught in His Own Net. An Examination of Nine Sermons, from Matt. 16.18. Published last year by Mr. Joseph Fish of Stonington. Boston: Edes and Gill, 1763.

_____. A History of New England, with Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. 2 vols.; 2d ed. With notes by David Weston Newton: Backus Historical Society, 1871.

_____. A Reply to a Piece Wrote Last year, by Mr. Israel Holly, Pastor of a [Separate] Church in Suffield; Entitled "The New-Testament Interpretation of the Old, Relative to Infant Baptism." Newport: Solomon Southwick, 1772.

_____. The Testimony of the Two Witnesses Explained and Vindicated. 2d ed. improved; Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1793.

Baker, Robert A. The First Southern Baptists. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1966.

Baldwin, Thomas. The Baptism of Believers Only, and the Particular Communion of the Baptist Churches, Explained and Vindicated. Boston: Manning and Loring, 1806.

Barnes, Lemuel Call, Barnes, Mary Clark, and Stephenson, Edward M. Pioneers of Light: The First Century of the American Baptist Publication Society, 1824-1924. Philadelphia: The American Baptist Publication Society, [1924].

Barnes, William Wright. The Southern Baptist Convention, 1845-1953. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1954.

Belden, A. Russell. History of the Cayuga Baptist Association. Auburn: Derby & Miller, 1851.

Benedict, David. Fifty Years among the Baptists. New York: Sheldon & Co., 1860.

______. A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America and Other Parts of the World. New York: Lewis Colby and Co., 1848.

Bitting, C. C. Bible Societies and the Baptists. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1897.

______. Notes on the History of the Strawberry Baptist Association of Virginia, for One Hundred Years, -- from 1776 to 1876. Baltimore: Published by the Association, 1879.

Bogard, Ben M. Pillars of Orthodoxy, or Defenders of the Faith. Fulton, Ky.: National Baptist Publishing House, 1901.

Bond, John (comp.). History of the Baptist Concord Association of Middle Tennessee and North Alabama. Nashville: Graves, Marks & Co., Printers, 1860.

Boyd, Jesse L. A History of Baptists in America, Prior to 1845. New York: The American Press, 1957.

Broadus, John A. Memoir of James Petigru Boyce. Nashville: Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1927.

Brooks, R. D. One Hundred and Sixty-Two Years of Middle Tennessee Baptists 1796-1958. Nashville: Cullom & Ghertner Co., 1958.

Burkitt, Lemuel and Read, James. A Concise History of the Kehukee Baptist Association, from Its Original Rise down to 1803. Revised ed.; Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, and Co., 1850.

Burnett, James Jehu. Sketches of Tennessee's Pioneer Baptist Preachers. Nashville: Marshall and Bruce Co., 1919.

Burrage, Henry S. A History of the Baptists in New England. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1894.

Campbell, J. H. Georgia Baptists: Historical & Biographical. Macon: J. W. Burke & Co., 1874.

Cathcart, William (ed.). The Baptist Encyclopedia. Revised ed.; Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1883.

Charleston Baptist Association. A Summary of Church Discipline. Shewing the Qualifications and Duties, of the Officers and Members, of a Gospel Church. Charleston: Printed by David Bruce, 1774.

Christian, John T. A History of the Baptists of the United States. Vo. II. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1926.

Cone, Edward W. and Cone, Spencer W. The Life of Spencer Houghton Cone. New York: Livermore and Rudd, Publishers, 1856.

A Confession of Faith, Put Forth by the Elders and Brethren of Many Congregations of Christians. Adopted by the Baptist Association met at Philadelphia, September 25, 1742, 9th ed.; Philadelphia: Printed by Stephen C. Ustick, 1798.

Crocker, Henry. History of the Baptist in Vermont. Bellows Falls, Vt.: P. H. Gobie Press, 1913.

Curtis, Thomas F. The Progress of Baptist Principles in the Last Hundred Years. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1856.

Dayton, A. C. Pedobaptist and Campbellite Immersions. Nashville: Southwestern Publishing House, 1858.

_______. Theodosia Ernest. 2 vols.; Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1856.

The Declaration of Faith, Church Covenant, and Rules of Order of the Fifth Baptist Church, Philadelphia. Philadelphia: [No publisher given], 1851.

Delke, James A. (comp.) History of the North Carolina Chowan Baptist Association, 1806-1881. Raleigh: Edwards, Broughton & Co., 1882.

Denison, Frederic. Notes on the Baptists, and Their Principles, in Norwich, Connecticut. Norwich: Manning, Printer, 1857.

Dwight, Henry Otis. The Centennial History of the American Bible Society. New York: Macmillan Co., 1916.

Edwards, Morgan. Materials towards a History of the Baptists in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Joseph Cruikshank and Isaac Collins, 1770. Other works by Morgan Edwards used in this study include "Materials towards a History of the Baptists in the Province of North Carolina." See "Articles and Periodicals."

Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists. Edited by Norman Wade Cox. 2 vols.; Nashville: Broadman Press, 1958.

Fish, Joseph. The Examiner Examined. Remarks on a Piece Wrote by Mr. Isaac Backus, of Middleborough: Printed in 1768. New London: Timothy Green, 1771.

Fletcher, J. F. A History of the Ashe County, North Carolina and New River, Virginia Baptist Associations. Raleigh: Commercial Printing Co., 1935.

Fristoe, William. A Concise History of the Ketocton Baptist Association. Staunton: William Gilman Lyford, 1808.

Fuller, J. G. Conversations between Two Laymen, on Strict and Mixed Communion. 2d ed.; Lincoln and Edmands, 1832.

Furman, Wood (comp.). A History of the Charleston Baptist Association of Baptist Churches in the State of South Carolina. Charleston: Press of J. Hoff,, 1811.

Gardner, T. H. Church Communion, as practiced by the Baptists Explained and Defended. Cincinnati: G. S. Blanchard, 1869.

Garrett. T. H. A History of the Saluda Baptist Association. Richmond: B. F. Johnson Publishing Co., 1896.

Gaustad, Edwin Scott. The Great Awakening in New England. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1957.

Gillette, A. D. (ed.). Century Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association: 1707-1807. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1851.

Goen, C. C. Revivalism and Separatism in New England, 1740-1800. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1962.

Goode, J. F. History of Tugalo Baptist Association. Toccoa, Ga.: The Toccoa Record, 1924.

Graves, J. R. The Great iron Wheel. 7th ed.; Nashville: Graves, Marks and Rutland, 1865.

_______. Intercommunion of Churches, Inconsistent, Unscriptural, and Productive of Evil. Memphis: Baptist Book House, 1881.

_______. The Lord’s Supper a Church Ordinance. Texarkana: Baptist Sunday School Committee, 1928.

_______. Old Landmarkism: What Is It? Texarkana: Baptist Sunday School Committee, 1928.

Greene, L. F. (ed.). The Writings of the Late Elder John Leland, Including Some Events in His Life, Written by Himself, with Additional Sketches, &c. New York: G. W. Wood, 1845.

Griffith, Benjamin. A Short Treatise of Church Discipline. (Bound with A Confession of Faith. . . adopted by the Baptist Association met at Philadelphia, September 25, 1742, 9th ed.; Philadelphia: Stephen C. Ustick, 1798.

Grime, J. H. History of Alien Immersion and Valid Baptism Involving Researches from Different View Points, By Various Writers. [No publication data], 1909.

______. History of Middle Tennessee Baptists. Nashville: Baptist and Reflector, 1902.

Guild, Reuben Aldridge. Life, Times and Correspondence of James Manning, and the Early History of Brown University. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1864.

Hailey. O. L. J. R. Graves, Life, Times and Teachings. Nashville: By the author, 1929.

Hall, Edwin. A Refutation of Sundry Baptist Errors. Norwalk, Conn.: John A. Weed; New York: Gould, Newman, and Saxton; and Robinson, Pratt, and Co., 1841.

Hillyer, S. G. Reminiscences of Georgia Baptists. Atlanta: Foote and Davies Co., 1902.

Historical Sketch of the New London Baptist Association, From Its Organization in 1817, to 1850. Together with a History of the Churches of Which It is Composed. Boston: Press of J. Howe, 1851.

[Anon.] History of the Baptist Denomination in Georgia: with Biographical Compendium and Portrait Gallery of Baptist Ministers and Other Georgia Baptists. Atlanta: Jas. P. Harrison & Co., 1881.

Holcombe, Hosea. History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Alabama. Philadelphia: King and Baird, 1840.

Hovey, Alvah. A Memoir of the Life and Times of the Rev. Isaac Backus, A. M. Gould and Lincoln, 1859.

Howell, Robert Boyte Crawford. The Early Baptists of Virginia. Philadelphia: The Bible and Publication Society, [1864].

______. Terms of Sacramental Communion. 3d. Ed. Rev., Philadelphia: American Baptist Publicaiton Society, 1847.

Hudson, Winthrop Still (ed.). Baptist Concepts of the Church. Chicago: The Judson Press, 1959.

Jones, Samuel. A Treatise of Church Discipline and a Directory. Philadelphia: Printed by S. C. Ustick, 1798.

Kilpatrick, W. L. The Hepzibah Baptist Association Centennial 1794-1894. Augusta, Ga.,: Richards and Shaver Printers, 1894.

King, Joe M. A History of South Carolina. Columbia: The General Board of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, 1964.

Knight, Richard. History of the General or Six Principle Baptists, in Europe and America. Providence: Smith and Parmenter, Printers, 1827.

Logan, John R. Sketches, Historical and Biographical, of the Broad River and King’s Mountain Baptist Associations, from 1800 to 1882. Shelby: Babbington, Roberts & Co., 1887.

Lumpkin, William L. Baptist Foundations in the South. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1961.

McCall, Duke K. (ed.). What is the Church? Nahsville: Broadman Press, 1958.

Mallary, C. D. Memoirs of Elder Jesse Mercer. New York: Printed by John Gray, 1844.

A Manual of Style. 11th ed.; Chicago: The University Press, 1949.

Mell, Patrick Hues. Baptism in Its Mode and Subjects. Charleston: Southern Baptist Publication society, 1853.

Mercer, Jesse. History of the Georgia Baptist Association. Washington, Ga.: [No publication data], 1838.

Millet, Joshua. A History of the Baptists in Maine; Together with Brief Notices of Societies and Institutions, and a Dictionary of the Labors of each Minister. Portland: Charles Day & Co., 1845.

Moody, J. B. The Distinguishing Doctrines of Baptists. Nashville: Folk and Browder, 1901.

Moss, Lemuel (ed.). The Baptist and the National Centenary: A Record of Christian Work: 1776-1876. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1876.

Nevins, W. M. Alien Baptism and the Baptists. Louisville: Western Recorder Press, 1938.

Newman, Albert Henry. A History of the Baptist Churches in the United States. 6th ed. Rev.; Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1915.

Olmstead, Clifton E. History of Religion in the United States. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1960.

Paschal, George Washington. History of North Carolina Baptists. 2 vols.; Raleigh: The General Board, North Carolina Baptist State Convention, 1930, 1955.

Paxton, W. E. A History of the Baptists of Louisiana, from the Earliest times to the Present. St. Louis: C. R. Barns Publishing Co., 1888.

Pendleton, James Madison. An Old Landmark Re-set. 2d ed.; Nashville Southwestern Publishing House, 1857.

________. Reminiscences of a Long Life. Louisville: Baptist Book Concern, 1891.

Purefoy, George W. A History of the Sandy Creek Baptist Association from Its Organization in A. D. 1758, to A. D. 1858. New York: Sheldon and Co., Publishers, 1859.

Ragsdale, B. D. Story of Georgia Baptists. Vol. I. Atlanta: Foote and Davies Co., 1932.

Ray, D. B. Baptist Succession. Cincinnati: George E. Stevens and Co., 1872.

Reynolds, James Lawrence. Church Polity, or the Kingdom of Christ, in Its Internal and External Development. Richmond: Harrold and Murray, 1849.

Ricker, Joseph. Personal Recollections: A Contribution to Baptist History and Biography. Augusta, Me.: Burleigh & Flint, 1894.

Riley, B. F. A History of the Baptist in the Southern States East of the Mississippi. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1898.

Robinson, R. L. History of the Georgia Baptist Association. Union Point, Ga.: Privately printed, 1928.

Semple, Robert B. A History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptist of Virginia. Revised and extended by G. W. Beale. Richmond: Pitt and Dickenson, Publishers, 1894.

Smith, H. Sheldon, Handy, Robert T., and Loetscher, Leffert A. American Christianity: An Historical Interpretation with Representative Documents. Vol. I: 1607-1820. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1960.

Spencer, David. The Early Baptist of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: William Syckelmoore, 1877.

Sweet, William Warren. Religion on the American Frontier: The Baptists 1782-1830. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1931.

_____. The Story of Religion in America. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1950.

Taylor, John. A History of Ten Baptist Churches. Frankfort, Ky.: J. H. Holman, 1823.

Taylor, O. W. Early Tennessee Baptists 1769-1832. Nashville: Executive Board of the Tennessee Baptist Convention, 1957.

Torbet, Robert O. A Social History of the Philadelphia Baptist Association 1707-1940. Philadelphia: American Baptist Historical Society, 1944.

Townsend, Leah. South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805. Florence, S.S.: Florence Printing Co., 1935.

The Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Formation of the First Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island, Sunday, April 28, 1889. Providence: Snow and Farnh Printers, 1889.

Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Tem Papers, Theses, and Dissertations. Revised ed.; Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1955.

Vedder, Henry C. A Short History of the Baptists. New and illustrated ed.; Philadelphia: The American Baptist Publication Society, 1907.

Waller, John L. Open Communion Shown to Be Unscriptural and Deleterious. Louisville: G. W. Roberson, Kentucky Baptist Book Concern, 1859.

Williams, A. P. The Lord's Supper, Its Institution, Nature, Prerequisites, and Laws Regulating Its Observance. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, n.d.

Woolsey, James J. The Doctrine of Christian Baptism, Examined by the Acknowledged Principles of Biblical Interpretation. Philadelphia: I. Ashmead, 1840.

Wright, Stephen (comp.). History of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association, from 1781 to 1853. Troy, N. Y.: A. C. Johnson, Steam Press Printer, 1853.

Wyckoff, William H. The American Bible Society and the Baptists. New York: John R. Bigelow, 1842.

_______. Bible Societies: A Sketch of the Origin and Some Particulars of the History of the Most Eminent Bible Societies: With a More detailed Account of the American, and the American and Foreign. New York: Lewis Colby and Co., 1848.

Articles and Periodicals

"American and Foreign Bible Society," The Baptist, II, No. 7 (July, 1836), 290.

American Baptist Magazine, 1825-35.

American Baptist Magazine and Missionary Intelligencer, 1817-24. (Succeeded Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine. In 1825 it became simply American Baptist Magazine.)

"Annual Meeting of the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions," American Baptist Magazine, XXIII, No. 6 (June, 1833), 207-8.

B., T. J. "Close Communion -- Reply to 'Candor.'" Christian Index, XVI, No. 45 (Nov. 9, 1848), 354.

Baker, Joseph S. "One Baptism," Christian Index, XI, No. 16 (Apr. 21, 1843), 250-51.

_______. "One Baptism -- No. 2," Christian Index, XI, No. 17 (Apr. 28, 1843), 262-64.

_______. "One Baptism -- No. 4," Christian Index, XI, No. 19 (May 12, 1843), 293-94.

_______. "One Baptism -- No. 5," Christian Index, XI, No. 20 (May 19, 1843), 308-9.

_______. "The Christian Church," Christian Index, XI, No. 24 (June 16, 1843), 379-80.

_______. "The Christian Church -- No. 2," Christian Index, X, No. 25 (June 23, 1843), 395-96.

"Baptism of Several Pedobaptist Ministers," Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine, II, No. 4 (Dec., 1808), 119.

The Baptist, (The name was changed to Tennessee Baptist in May, 1847.) 1835-39, 1846-51, 1855.

The Baptist Advocate (New York), 1839-42.

Barnes, William Wright. "American Baptist Ecclesiology," Review and Expositor, XXXVII, No. 2 (Apr., 1940), 133-40.

_______. "The New Hampshire Confession of Faith," Review and Expositor, XXXIX, No. 1 (Jan., 1942), 3-8.

"The Bible Society," Baptist Advocate, II, No. 40 (Jan. 30, 1841) 157.

"Bible Society," The Baptist, III, No. 12 (Nov. 14, 1846), 182-83.

"Bible Translation," Statement of the Board of Managers of the American Bible Society. Baptist Advocate, II, No. 48 (Mar. 27, 1847), 192.

Bond, John. "A Proposition," The Baptist, I, No. 6, (June, 1835), 90.

Bowen, T. J. "Origin of the Baptists," The Baptist, III, No. 3 (Sept. 12, 1846), 45-46.

Buck, W. C. "Antiquity of the Baptists," The Christian Repository and Literary Review, No. 47 (Nov., 1855), pp. 649-61.

The Christian Index, 1833-49.

C., T. F. [Curtis, Thomas F.] "On Baptism," Christian Index, XI, No. 27 (July 7, 1843), 418-20.

_______. "On Rebaptism," Christian Review, XI (July, 1846), 186-228.

Edwards, Morgan. "Materials towards a History of the Baptists in the Province of North Carolina." Edited by G. W. Paschal. North Carolina Historical Review, VII (July, 1930), 365-99.

Everts, W. W. "The Old Landmark Discovered," The Christian Repository and Literary Review, No. 37 (Jan., 1855), pp. 20-34.

_______. "Review of 'Old Landmark Vindicated,'" The Christian Repository and Literary Review, No. 40 (Apr,, 1855), pp. 235-46.

_______. "Review of 'Old Landmark Vindicated,'" [Part Two] The Christian Repository and Literary Review, No. 41 (May, 1855), pp. 272-80.

Ford, S. H. "Associations -- Baptist Custom," The Christian Repository, IV (Oct., 1855), 607-9.

_______. "Life, Times, and Teachings of J. R. Graves," Ford's Christian Repository, LXIII, No. 10 (Oct., 1899), 606-16; No. 11 (Nov., 1899), 670-79; No. 12 (Dec., 1899), 741-49; LXIV, No. 1 (Jan., 1900), 39-48; No. 2 (Feb., 1900), 100-105; No. 3 (Mar., 1900), 161-69; No. 4 (Apr., 1900), 225-33; No. 5 (May, 1900), 287-90; No. 6 (June, 1900), 349-55; No. 7 (July, 1900), 425-27; No. 8 (Aug., 1900), 487-93; No. 9 (Sept., 1900), 556-59.

_______. "Review of History of the Baptists in the Southern States by B. F. Riley," Ford's Christian Repository, LXIII, No. 7 (July, 1899), 419-25.

Gates, John P. "The Association as It Affected Baptist Policy in Colonial America," The Chronicle, VI, No. 1 (Jan., 1943), 19-31.

Gaustad, Edwin Scott. "Baptists and the Great Awakening," The Chronicle, XV, No. 1 (Jan., 1952), 41-48.

Georgia Analytical Repository, 1802-3.

Graves, James Robinson. "A Chapter on Controversy," Tennessee Baptist, V, No. 23 (Feb, 1849).

________. "Church History," Southern Baptist Review and Eclectic, I, Nos. 4 and 5 (Apr. And May, 1855), 193-206.

________. "The War Begun," Tennessee Baptist, VII, No. 12 (Nov. 23, 1850).

H., G. F. 'The American Bible Society vs. the Baptists," Christian Index, IV, No. 15 (Apr.21, 1836), 229.

Hastings, Benjamin. "Candid Reasons for Renouncing the Sentiments of the Poedo-Baptist, and Joining the Baptists," Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine, I No. 1 (Jan., 1808), 372-76.

Holcombe, Henry. "Letter on Mixed-Communion," Georgia Analytical Repository, I, No. 3 (Sept. - Oct., 1802), 123-24.

Howell, R. B. C. "Baptism -- No. 1," The Baptist, I, No. 9 (Sept, 1835), 129-34.

________. "Two Baptist Concord Associations," The Baptist, I, No. 7 (July, 1835), 102-4.

________. "The Bible Society," The Baptist, II, No. 5 (May, 1836), 257-59.

_______. "A Word to the Ministry," The Baptist, I, No. 6 (June, 1835), 85-87.

"Interesting Conference at Powelton," Georgia Analytical Repository, I, No. 2 (July-Aug., 1802), 55-60.

Kellett, William. Letter to Editor. The Baptist, II, No. 3 (Mar., 1836), 237.

Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine, 1803-16. (Superseded by American Baptist Magazine and Missionary Intelligencer.).

Mays, Livingston T. "A History of Old Landmarkism," The Seminary Magazine, XIV, No. 1 (Nov., 1900), 26-33; No. 2 (Dec., 1900), 74-87; No. 3 (Jan., 1901), 129-33; No. 4 (Feb., 1901), 191-197; No. 5 (Mar., 1901), 245-53; No. 6 (Apr., 1901), 309-10; No. 7 (May, 1901), 364-68; No. 8 (June, 1901), 408-12.

Mercer, Jesse. "A Dissertation on the Resemblances and Differences between Church Authority and That of an Association," Christian Index, I, No. 22 (Dec. 10, 1833), 86.

___________. "The Independence of the Churches," Christian Index, I, No. 22 (Dec. 10, 1833), 86.

"Minutes of the General Committee of Georgia Baptists," Georgia Analytical Repository, I, No. 6 (Mar.- Apr., 1803), 282-88.

"Mass Meeting at Cotton Grove," Tennessee Baptist, VII, No. 45 (July 19, 1851).

"New Testament Order of Churches -- Chapter II," The Baptist, II, No. 5 (May, 1836), 264-66.

"Objections against Joining a Baptist Church Answered," The American Baptist Magazine and Missionary Intelligencer, New Series, II, No. 12 (Nov., 1820), 429-32.

"Paedo-Baptist Mistakes," The Baptist Advocate, II, No. 48 (Mar. 27, 1841), 189.

Patterson, W. Morgan. "The Development of the Baptist Successionist Formula," Foundations, V, No. 4 (Oct., 1962), 331-45.

________. "Landmarkism," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, II (1958), 757.

P., J. M. Letter to the Editor, Christian Index, XI, No. 1 (Apr. 21, 1843), 251.

Pendleton, J. M. "The 'Old Landmark' Vindicated," The Christian Repository and Literary Review, No. 40 (Apr., 1855), pp. 215-35.

________. "The 'Old Landmark' Vindicated," [Part Two], The Christian Repository and Literary Review, No. 41 (May, 1855), pp. 265-72.

________. "The Scriptural Meaning of the Term 'Church,'" Southern Baptist Review and Eclectic,” I, Nos. 2 and 3 (Feb. and Mar., 1835), 65-83.

Perryman, James. [Article], Christian Index, XI, No. 3 (Jan. 20, 1843), 44-45.

________. "The Gospel Church -- No. 3" Christian Index, XI, No. 8 (Feb. 24, 1843), 119-20.

Poindexter, A. M. "Pedo-baptist Immersions," The Banner and Pioneer, Feb. 7, 1845. Republished in The Christian Repository, XXVII, No. 3 (Mar., 1879), 187-92.

Prestridge, J. N. "The Centre of the Battle," The Baptist Argus, III, No. 15 (Apr. 13, 1899), 8.

"Query," Christian Index, XV, No. 25 (June 17, 1847), 198.

Rafferty, A. C. "The Administration of Baptism in Relation to Its Validity," Ford's Christian Repository, XXVI, No. 2 (Jan., 1879), 14-22.

Simplicities [pseud.]. "Address to the Baptists on Communion," American Baptist Magazine and Missionary Intelligencer, New Series, III, No. 4 (July, 1821), 131-36.

"Sunbury Association," Christian Index, XI, No. 8 (Feb. 24, 1843), 124.

Taliferro, R. H. "Letter," The Baptist, III, No. 11 (Nov., 1846), 165-66.

Waller, John L. "The Administration of Baptism," The Western Baptist Review, III, No. 12 (Aug., 1848), 460-74.

______. "Important Opinions," The Western Baptist Review, IV, No. 1 (Sept., 1848), 29-34.

______. "The Reasons Why I Am a Baptist," The Western Baptist Review, III, No. 5 (Jan., 1848), 161-66.

______. "Reformation," Christian Repository, I, No. 1 (Jan., 1852), 5-14; I, No. 9 (Sept., 1852), 543-49; I, No. 10 (Oct., 1852), 631-37.

______. "The Validity of Baptism by Pedo-Baptist Ministers," The Western Baptist Review, III, No. 7 (Mar., 1848), 267-72.

Wamble, Hugh. "Landmarkism: Doctrinaire Ecclesiology among Baptists," Church History, XXXIII, (Dec., 1964), 429-47.

Weaver, J. M. and Whitsitt, William H. "'No Popery' A Question Asked and Answered," The Baptist Argus, III, No. 26 (June 29, 1899), 4.

Whitsitt, James. "Blank Baptism," The Baptist Chronicle and Literary Register, II (July, 1831), 98-99.

_______. "Ordinances Administered by Pedobaptists," Southern Baptist Review, V, No. 3 (Sept., 1859), 379-92.

Whitsitt, William H. "No Popery," The Baptist Argus, III, No. 28 (June 22, 1899), 2.

_______. "'No Popery' Again," The Baptist Argus, III, No. 28 (July 13, 1899), 3.

Minutes, Proceedings and Reports

American and Foreign Bible Society, Annual Reports, 1837-42.

Minutes of Bethel Baptist Association, [South Carolina], 1791-1849.

Minutes of Broad River Baptist Association, [South Carolina], 1825-26, 1832-33, 1835.

Minutes of Charleston Baptist Association, [South Carolina], 1775-1847.

Minutes of Holston Baptist Association, [Tennessee], 1786-1850.

Minutes of Tennessee Baptist Association, [Tennessee], 1800-1850.

Minutes of Saluda Baptist Association, [South Carolina], 1806-21; 1825-26.

Minutes of Sunbury Baptist Association, [Georgia], 1818-50.

Proceedings of the Bible Convention, which met in Philadelphia, April 26-29, 1837, together with the Report of the Board of Managers of the American and Foreign Bible Society, embracing the period of its provisional organization. New York: John Gray, Printer, 1837. (Bound with American and Foreign Bible Society Annual Reports, 1837-42.).

Unpublished Works

Carter, James Edward. "The Southern Baptist Convention and Confessions of Faith, 1845-1945." Unpublished Th.D. dissertation , Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1964.

Moore, David O. "The Landmark Baptists and their Attack upon the Southern Baptist Convention Historically Analyzed." Unpublished Th.D. dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1949.

Patterson, T. A. "The Theology of J. R. Graves and Its Influence on Southern Baptist Life." Unpublished Th.D. dissertation, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1944.

Patterson, W. Morgan, "A Critique of the Successionist Concept in Baptist Historiography." Unpublished Th.D. dissertation, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1956.

Riley, B. F. "A History of Southern Baptists, Being a Narrative of the Development of the Life and Principles of the Baptist Churches in the South from 1684 to 1918." Unpublished work, written for the Baptist Sunday School Board, 1919.

Rodgerson, Philip Edward. "A Historical Study of Alien Baptism among Baptists Since 1640." Unpublished Th.D. dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1952.

Tull, James E. "A Study of Southern Baptist Landmarkism in the Light of Historical Baptist Ecclesiology." Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1960.

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