Author:John Brewster

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John Brewster
(1753–1842)
British religious writer

Works[edit]

  • Parochial History and Antiquities of Stockton-on-Tees (1796). Second and enlarged edition (1829)
  • Sermons for Prisons (1790)
  • On the Prevention of Crimes and the Advantages of Solitary Confinement (1790)
  • Meditations of a Recluse, chiefly on Religious Subjects (1800)
  • A Thanksgiving Sermon for the Peace (1802)
  • A Secular Essay, containing a View of Events connected with the Ecclesiastical History of England during the 18th Century (1802)
  • The Restoration of Family Worship recommended, in Discourses selected, with alterations, from Dr. Doddridge (1804)
  • Lectures on the Acts of the Apostles. (1806) 2 vols
  • Of the Religious Improvement of Prisons, an Assize Sermon (1808)
  • Meditations for the Aged, adapted to the Progress of Human Life (1810) four editions.
  • Meditations for Penitents (1813)
  • Reflections adapted to the Holy Seasons of the Christian and Ecclesiastical Year
  • Reflections upon the Ordination Service
  • Contemplations on the Last Discourses of our Blessed Saviour with His Disciples as recorded in the Gospel of St. John (1822)
  • A Sketch of the History of Churches in England, applied to the purposes of the Society for Promoting the Building and Enlargement of Churches and Chapels (1818.
  • An Abridgment of Cave's Primitive Christianity
  • Memoir of the Rev. Hugh Moises, A.M. privately printed (1823), and reprinted in Nichols's Illustrations of Literature vol. v.

Works about Brewster[edit]

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