James Renwick Willson (1780-1853)

Biography (Purely Presbyterian)

James Renwick Willson is buried at the Coldenham-Newburgh Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Walden, New York (photo courtesy of Zach Dotson).

James Renwick Willson is buried at the Coldenham-Newburgh Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Walden, New York (photo courtesy of Zach Dotson).

Classical Literature (1812)

A Historical Sketch of Opinions on the Atonement (1817)

Interesting Sketch of the Life and Death of Doctor Harry I. Todd, of Kentucky (1817, 1838)

The Subjection of Kings and Nations to Messiah (1820)

Dr. Watts an Anti-Trinitarian (1821)

Honour to Whom Honour is Due: Funeral Eulogium delivered at the Interment of the Bones of those who fell in Battle of Minisink (1822)

Dialogue on Messiah’s Headship Over the Nations (1823)

Essay on Tolerance (1823)

Review of McLeod’s Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation (1823)

Review of Harris on Psalmody (1825)

The Sabbath. A Discourse on the Duty of the Civil Government, in Relation to the Sanctification of the Lord's Day (1829)

Juries (1832)

Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over All Governments; and the Disregard of His Authority by the United States, in the Federal Constitution (1832)

History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church (1832-1833)

Tokens of the Divine Displeasure (1836)

An Address, Delivered Before the Newburgh Library Association, on its First Anniversary (1837)

An Address on West India Emancipation (1838)

The Written Law (1838)

Causes of Fasting and Brotherly Covenant (1843, 1879)

Missionary Tour Through New England (1845-1847)

The Heathen Classics - Dangerous School Books (1847)

The Christian College (1848)

Covenant Renovation (1849)

The Monstrous Government of Slavery (1850)

Seasons of Covenanting (1850)

The Fugitive Slave Law (1851)

Gog and Magog (1852)

The Flying Roll (1852)

Hebrew Antiquities (1853)

Turrettin on the Atonement of Christ (1859)


Contains pp. 1-240.

Contains pp. 1-240.

This is a 5-part article covering issues of  The Covenanter  from December 1845 to March 1847.

This is a 5-part article covering issues of The Covenanter from December 1845 to March 1847.

This is a 2-part article which appeared in the March-April 1850 issues of  The Covenanter .

This is a 2-part article which appeared in the March-April 1850 issues of The Covenanter.