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    II. First-Appearance Contributions to Books:
    * The Last Will and Testament of the Springfield Presbytery in
    Observations on Church

    Government, by the Presbytery of Springfield, to Which Is Added, The Last Will
    and Testament of That Reverend Body. With a Preface and Notes, by the
    Editor, by Richard McNemar. [s.l., s. n.], 1808. Pp. 19-23.
    * Works of Elder B. W. Stone, ed. James M. Mathes. Vol. 1. 2nd ed. Cincinnati, OH:
    Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., 1859.
     

    III. Reprintings, as Contributions to Books:
    * "An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky.

    To Which Is Added, a Compendious View of the Gospel, and a Few Remarks on
    the Confession of Faith." With Robert Marshall, John Dunlavy, Richard M'Nemar,
    and John Thompson. The Biography of Eld. Barton Warren Stone, Written by
    Himself: With Additions and Reflections by John Rogers. Cincinnati, OH:
    Published for the Author by J. A. & U. P. James, 1847. Pp. 147-247.
    * "An Address to the Churches" (with critical apparatus). Works of Elder B. W. Stone,
    ed. James M. Mathes. Vol. 1. 2nd ed. Cincinnati, OH: Moore, Wilstach, Keys &
    Co., 1859. Pp. 31-134.
    * Barton W. Stone on Debating. Works of Elder B. W. Stone, ed. James M. Mathes.
    Vol. 1. 2nd ed. Cincinnati, OH: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., 1859. Pp. 340-342.
    * "The Last Will and Testament of the Springfield Presbytery" in
    The Origin and
    Principles of the Christians by J. F. Burnett. Booklet No. 1. Dayton, OH: The
    Christian Publishing Association, 1921. Pp. 34-37.
    * "The Last Will and Testament of the Springfield Presbytery" in
    Rev. Barton Warren
    Stone: The Man Who Studied and Taught. by J. F. Burnett. Booklet No. 4.
    Dayton, OH: The Christian Publishing Association, 1921. Pp. 14-17.
    * Autobiography of Barton W. Stone (1847). Voices from Cane Ridge, ed. Rhodes
    Thompson. St. Louis, MO: Bethany Press, 1954. Pp. 31-134.
     

    V. Attacks upon Barton W. Stone:
    * John P. Campbell's
    Strictures on Two Letters Published by Barton W. Stone,

    Entitled Atonement. Lexington, KY: Printed by Daniel Bradford, 1805.
    * Robert Marshall and John Thompson's
    A Brief Historical Account of Sundry Things
    in the Doctrines and State of the Christian, or as It Is Commonly Called, the
    Newlight Church: Containing Their Testimony against Several Doctrines Held
    in That Church, and Its Disorganized State; Together with Some Reasons Why
    Those Two Brethren Purpose to Seek for a More Pure and Orderly Connexion.
    Cincinnati, OH: J. Carpenter & Co., 1811.
    * Thomas Cleland's
    Letters to Barton W. Stone, Containing a Vindication Principally
    of the Doctrines of the Trinity, the Divinity and Atonement of the Saviour,
    against His Recent attack, in a Second Edition of His "Address." Lexington, KY:
    Printed by Thomas T. Skillman, 1822.
     
 

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