Author:John Frederick Schroeder

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John Frederick Schroeder
American Episcopal minister


  • A Discourse Delivered in Trinity Church, New-York, on Thursday, November 24, 1825 (1825) (external scan)
  • The Intellectual and Moral Resources of Horticulture (1828) (IA)
  • Death, Judgment, and Eternity: A Sermon for Children (1828) (external scan)
  • (tr.) "Treatise on the Authenticity and Canonical Authority of the Scriptures of the Old Testament" by Eichhorn in Essays and Dissertations in Biblical Literature (1829) (external scan)
  • (tr.) "Treatise on the Use of Syriac Language" by Michaelis in Essays and Dissertations in Biblical Literature (1829) (external scan)
  • Plea for the Industrious Poor and Strangers, in Sickness: An Address Delivered at the Opening of an Edifice Erected by the Trustees of the New York Dispensary (1830) (IA)
  • The Great Man in Israel (1830) (external scan)
  • Memorial of Bishop Hobart (1831) (IA)
  • Letter to the Members of the Congregations of the Parish of Trinity Church (1839)
  • A Brief Statement touching the Revd. Dr. Schroeder's Late Publication (1839)
  • Religion and the State, or Christianity the Safeguard of Civil Liberty: An Oration delivered before the Members of St. Paul's College, and St. Ann's Hall` (1841)
  • Memoir of the Life and Character of Mrs. Mary Anna Boardman (1849) (IA)
  • Chart of the Diocese of New-York, from 1830 to 1850 (1851)
  • (ed.) Maxims of Washington; Political, Social, Moral, and Religious (1854) (IA)
  • (with Griswold) Life and times of Washington illustrated by Chappel (1857–61) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Bible Questions
  • Class-Book of Astronomy

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