CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF
JOHN ANGELL JAMESS
(taken from Volume 17 of the works of John Angell James edited by his son, TS James)
Those that were published in his works can be viewed here.
Sermon: Parental desire, duty, and encouragement. Preached at a baptism.
Speech at the Anniversary of the Birmingham Auxiliary Bible Society.
Sermon: Christian Activity. Preached at the formation of the Staffordshire Association of Independent Ministers and Churches
Address at the formation of the Sunday School Teachers Union in Birmingham
The Sunday School Teachers Guide
Ordination Charge: Ministerial Duties. Addressed to the Rev. Thomas James.
Sermon: The Attraction of the Cross. Preached at the Anniversary of the London Missionary Society.
The Crisis: or Hope and Fear balanced in reference to the present Condition of the Country.
Pamphlet. Religious Liberty not infringed by the proceedings in the case of the Meetinghouse, John Street, Wolverhampton: An appeal to the public, in answer to the remarks of the Rev. J Robertson, by the Dissenting Ministers who originally signed the case
Sermon: Christian Mercy. Preached for the benefit of the London Lying-in Institution
Sermon: Small beginnings not to be despised. Preached for the benefit of the London Society for promoting Religion among Seamen, on board their Floating Chapel on the Thames.
Sermon: The Character and Reward of the Faithful Minister. Preached on occasion of the Death of the Rev. John Berry
Christian Fellowship, or the Church Members Guide.
Sermon: Youth Warned. Address to Young Men.
Sermon: The Sin of Scoffing at Religion exposed.
The Christian Fathers Present to his Children
Sermon: The Death of Eminent Ministers a Public Loss. Preached on occasion of the Death of the Rev. David Bogue, DD
Sermon: Missionary Prospects. Preached at the opening of the Missionary College, at Hoxton.
Sermon: Pastoral Claims Stated. Preached on the Settlement of the Rev. J Mather.
Sermon: The Advantages and Obligations of Youth in reference to the Cause of Christian Missions stated and enforced.
Christian Charity Explained, or the Influence of Religion on Temper, stated in an Exposition of the Thirteenth Chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians.
The Family Monitor, or a Help to Domestic Happiness.
Letter to the Editor of the Evangelical Magazine, on the Revival of Religion in America
Pastoral Letter, on the subject of Revivals in Religion, addressed primarily to the Carrs Lane Church, but submitted to the Congregations of the Independent Churches in general.
Letter to the Editor of the Evangelical Magazine on the Necessity of a Revival of Religion in the hearts of Ministers as the first step towards a Revival in Churches.
Address to those who are engaged in preparatory studies for the Work of the Ministry on Personal Religion.
Dissent and the Church of England.
Sermon: Dislike to Ministerial Fidelity.
Tract: The Importance of Doing Good (reprint of a chapter of the Christian Fathers Present).
Introduction to the English Edition of Dr Spragues Letters on Revivals of Religion.
Letter to Dr Patton on the Evangelisation of the Valley of the Mississippi.
A Pastors Address to his People on the Principles of Dissent and the Duties of Dissenters.
The Anxious Enquirer after Salvation Directed and Encouraged.
Manual for the Members of the Carrs Lane Church.
The Flower Faded. a short Memoir of Clementine Cuvier, with Reflections by the Author.
Letter to the Editor of the Evangelical Magazine, on Oratorios.
The Christian Professor.
Pastoral Letter to the Churches United in the Worcestershire Association on the Duty of Family Prayer.
Address at the Funeral of the Rev. Dr MAll
The Young Man from Home.
Preface to English reprint of President Edwards Treatise on Revivals of Religion.
Preface to English edition of Mr Finneys Lectures on Revivals in Religion.
Address to the Congregational Union on the Bearing of the American Revival of Religion on the Duties and Hopes of British Christians
Letter to the Editor of the New York Evangelist on occasion of the Revival of Religion in the United States.
Preface to the Ninth (enlarged) Edition of Christian Fellowship.
Monthly Pastoral Addresses, first series.
Monthly Pastoral Addresses, second series.
The Widow Directed to the Widows God.
Monthly Pastoral Addresses, third series.
Letter to the Editor of the Evangelical Magazine on the Importance of Ministerial attention to Sunday Schools, especially in smaller congregations.
Tract: Happiness, its Nature and Sources.
Tract: Believe and be Saved.
Tract: A Pattern for Sunday School Teachers and Tract Distributors, and a Word for All, in a brief Memoir of Elizabeth Bales.
Memoir of the Authors Second Wife.
Tract: The Path to the Bush; Illustrating the Duty of Reciprocal Christian Watchfulness and Reproof. Addressed to Professors of Religion.
Letter to the Secretaries of the Congregational Union, Proposing a Plan for a General Protestant Union.
Address: Affectionate Counsels to Students of Theology on Leaving College, and also to Young Ministers.
Introduction to the Missionarys Reward; or, the Success of the Gospel in the Pacific, by George Pritchard, Esq., on the Occupation of Tahiti by the French.
Introduction to Memoir of Miss SAW.
Introduction to Memoir of Miss RP.
Essay: Christian Union considered in relation to the Religious Parties of England (one of the Glasgow Essays on Union).
Paper on the Importance of a more extended Fraternal Intercourse between our Senior Ministers and the Students in our Colleges; read at the Meeting of the Congregational Union, with additions from a Letter to the Council of the New College, London.
Sermon: Grateful Recollections; preached on the completion of the Fortieth Year of the Authors Pastorate.
New Years Address to Ministers and Parents, on the Religious Education of Children.
Sketch of the Character of the Rev. Dr Fletcher.
Preface to the Widowers Counsellor and Consoler, by the Rev. Nathaniel Rowton.
Letters to the Editor of the Evangelical Magazine, descriptive of the Meetings held in Liverpool in November, 1845, preparatory to the formation of the Evangelical Alliance.
Sketch of the character of Thomas Wilson, Esq.
Pastoral Address: Pastoral Enquiries on the Beginning of the Year.
The Earnest Ministry.
Pastoral Address: The Rectitude and Fidelity of the Divine Administration, on occasion of the Death of Mrs TS James.
Sermon on occasion of the Death of Mrs Sherman.
The Church in Earnest.
Recollections of the Rev. Richard Adams.
Address: The Possession of Spiritual Religion the Surest Preservative from the Snares of Infidelity and the Seductions of False Philosophy. Delivered to the London Young Mens Christian Association.
Tract: The Sabbath; its Religious Observance a National Duty and a National Blessing.
Tract: Reflections on the Story of Simeon Green; or the Man who Killed his Bad Neighbours by Kindness.
Pastoral Address: The Aspect, the Demands, and the Dangers of the Times.
Sermon: A Tribute of Affectionate Respect to the Memory of the Fathers and Founders of the London Missionary Society. Preached on the Occasion of the Societys Jubilee.
Tract: The Pious Collier; or the History of Joseph Round.
The Olive Branch and the Cross or Quarrels Settled and Trespasses Forgiven according to the Law of Christ. A Word of Affectionate Advice to Professing Christians.
Tract The Chief End of Life. Addressed to Young Men by the Birmingham Young Mens Christian Association.
Tract: Sketch of the Character of William Bielby, M.D., of Edinburgh.
The History of Protestant Nonconformity in Birmingham.
Pastoral Address on Occasion of the Pope reorganising the Papal Church in England.
Pastoral Address: The Papal Aggression Contemplated Religiously.
Sermon: The Aged Minister of Christ Contemplated. Preached at the Celebration of the Jubilee of the Rev. James Gawthorns Pastorate.
The Young Mans Friend and Guide through Life to Immortality.
Address: The Foundation, Construction, and Eternity of Character. Delivered to the Birmingham Young Mens Christian Association.
Female Piety; or the Young Womans Guide through Life to Immortality.
Sermon: The Character and Translation of Enoch. Preached on occasion of the Sudden Death of the Rev. Thomas Weaver.
Sermon: The Christian Citizen. Preached on occasion of the Death of James James, Esq.
Address at the Funeral of the Rev. John Jerrard
The Course of Faith; or the Practical Believer Delineated.
Introduction to Heart Discipline, by the Rev. James Cooper, of Norwich.
Tract: The Oar and the Rope.
Pastoral Address: On the Duty of Supporting the Religious institutions connected with Carrs Lane Chapel.
Address: The Conversion of Souls the Great End of the Christian Ministry. Delivered at a Conference of Ministers, connected with the Congregational Union held at Chester.
Sermon preached on occasion of the Centenary of Tabernacle at Bristol.
Sermon: The Dying Ministers Reflections and Contemplations. Preached on occasion of the Death of the Rev. Richard Keynes.
Pastoral Address: On Revival of Religion in the Church.
Sermon: The Consolation and Duty of Churches under the loss of Eminent Ministers. Preached on occasion of the Death of the Rev. William Jay.
Observations on Mr Jay as a Preacher.
Charge to the Rev. RW Dale, MA, on his Ordination as Co-pastor with the Author.
Introduction to a Selection from the Rev. Dr Spencers Pastoral Sketches.
Sermon preached at the Celebration of the Jubilee of the Authors Pastorate.
Address to the Children of Carrs Lane Congregation on Jubilee Memorial.
Sermon: The Antidote of Death. preached on occasion of the Death of Mrs Redford.
The Rivulet Controversy. A Tract for the Times; or Speaking the Truth in Love. Prepared for delivery at the omitted Meeting of the Congregational Union.
Address: The Force and Importance of Habit. Delivered to the Birmingham Young Mens Christian Association.
Sermon: Ministerial Fidelity Applauded and Rewarded on occasion of the Death of the Rev. Thomas Swan
Gods Voice from China to the British and Irish Churches, both Established and Unestablished
Revival of Religion; Its Principles, Necessity, and Effects. Reprint of Letters addressed to the Editor of the British Standard.
Letter to the Council of New College, London.
What is the Spiritual State of our Churches? Reprint of Letters addressed to the Editor of the Evangelical Magazine.
Tract: Three in Heaven; or the Duty of Christians to Invite Others to the House of God.
Sermons: Christian Philanthropy. Preached on occasion of the Death of Joseph Sturge, Esq.
Letter to the Editor of the British Standard, proposing the formation of a retiring Pastors Fund.
Remarks on the Character of the Rev. Richard Knill.