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A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation : in answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, the Author of The oracles of reason, and other deniers of natural and revealed religion : being sixteen sermons preach'd at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the years 1704 and 1705, at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. de Samuel Clarke

The art of rhetoric made easy : or, the elements of oratory briefly stated, and fitted for the practice of the studious youth of Great Britain and Ireland: in two books. The first comprehending the principles of the excellent art, conformable to, and supported by the authority of the most accurate orators and rhetoricians, both ancient and modern. The second containing the substance of Longinus's celebrated Treatise on the sublime de John Holmes

An essay on slavery, proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion" ... de Granville Sharp

The moderator. Number II

Logick; or, The right use of reason in the enquiry after truth. With a variety of rules to guard against error, in the affairs of religion and human life, as well as in the sciences de Isaac Watts

A discourse concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ : in three parts ... : together with an appendix concerning the impossible production of thought, from matter and motion; the nature of human souls, and of brutes; the anima mundi, and the hypothesis of the to pan; as also, concerning Divine Providence, the origin of evil, and the universe in general de Humphry Ditton

A discourse on the divine ordinance of singing Psalms ... : to which is added, an appendix, in two numbers. No. I. Contains a brief history of psalmody. No. II. Contains a review of Dr. Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, as corrected and enlarged by Joel Barlow de John Anderson

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Quant a miJohn Witherspoon (15 February 1723 - 15 November 1794), a Scottish-American Presbyterian minister and president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University). The only clergyman and college president to sign the Declaration of Independence.

Born in Gifford, Scotland, Witherspoon was educated at the University of Edinburgh, taking a Masters of Arts degree in 1739. He was pastor at the Presbyterian churches of Beith (1745-1758) and Paisley (1758-1768), during which time he wrote several theological works.

In 1768, Witherspoon accepted the invitation to become the sixth president of the College of New Jersey, where he taught the senior moral philosophy course and instituted several key curricular reforms.

Witherspoon was an early supporter of the American struggle against Britain, joining a local committee of correspondence in 1774. He was elected a delegate to the Second Continental Congress, serving there from June 1776 until November 1782 in a prominent capacity.

Following the Revolution Witherspoon took on the responsibility of rebuilding the damaged campus, served two terms in the state legislature, and supported ratification of the Constitution. He died in 1794 and is buried in the Princeton Cemetery.

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Those volumes included here are from the collections of Firestone Library at Princeton University. Any additional volumes will be added as they can be located (tips appreciated).

Many of the works in Witherspoon's library are pamphlets bound together into volumes. Those volumes are noted in the Comments section for each record, and are listed here, for browsing purposes.

Witherspoon left his books to his wife Ann in his will, dated 15 September 1793: "I do hereby constitute and appoint my beloved wife Ann Witherspoon my sole heir, executrix and administrator bequeathing to her my whole estate real and personal including stock upon the farm, household furniture, Books &c. generally every thing belonging to me ...". The library is valued at $640 in the inventory of his estate, taken 28 November 1794.

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Pàgina d'inicihttp://etcweb.princeton.edu/CampusWWW/Companion/witherspoon_

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UbicacióPrinceton, NJ

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