Archibald Alexander (1772-1851)

Biography (1884 Presbyterian Encyclopedia)

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 Archibald Alexander was buried at Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey (photo credit: R. Andrew Myers).

Archibald Alexander was buried at Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey (photo credit: R. Andrew Myers).

A Dialogue Between a Presbyterian and a "Friend" (1792)

The Way of Salvation Familiarly Explained in a Conversation Between a Father and His Children (1800)

Inaugural Discourse at Princeton Theological  Seminary (1812)

A Discourse Occasioned by the Burning of the Theatre in the City of Richmond, Virginia, on the Twenty-Sixth of December, 1811 (1812)

Lecture Notes on Systematic Theology - taken by Charles Hodge (1818)

“Wilberforce Letter” (1827)

Preface to Matthew Henry's Commentary (1828, 1833)

The World to be Reclaimed by the Gospel (1828)

Suggestions in Vindication of Sunday-Schools (1829)

Objections Obviated, and God Glorified, by the Success of the Gospel Among the Heathen: A Sermon (1830)

A Pocket Dictionary of the Holy Bible (1829, 1831)

A Selection of Hymns, Adapted to the Devotions of the Closet, the Family, and the Social Circle (1831)

The Evidences of the Christian Religion (1832)

The Character of the Genuine Theologian (1832)

The Pastoral Office (1834)

The House of God Desirable (1835)

The Duty of Catechetical Instruction (1836)

A Practical View of Regeneration (1836)

A Treatise on Justification By Faith (1837)

Review of Gildas Salvianus; or, The Reformed Pastor, by Richard Baxter (1841)

Thoughts on Religious Experience (1841, 1844)

Thoughts on Religious Experience. To Which is Added an Appendix, Containing "Letters to the Aged," &c. &c. (1841, 1850)

Ruth the Moabitess (1842)

The People of God Led in Unknown Ways (1842)

Introductory Essay on the Nature of Vital Piety to Dr. Waterbury's Advice to a Young Christian (1843)

Address Delivered Before the Alumni Association of Washington College, Virginia (1843)

Biographical Sketches of the Founder, and Principal Alumni of the Log College (1845)

A History of Colonization on the Western Coast of Africa (1846)

A Brief Compend of Bible Truth (1846)

Thoughts on the Education of Pious and Indigent Candidates for the Ministry (1846)

Remarks on a Paragraph in the Rev. Doctor Davidson's History of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky: In Reference to the Character of the Late Mr. John Lyle, Ruling Elder in the Timberridge Church, Virginia (1848)

Practical Sermons (1850)

The Canon of the Old and New Testaments Ascertained, or The Bible Complete without the Apocrypha and Unwritten Traditions (1851)

Universalism False and Unscriptural (1851)

Address at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the Presbyterian Church in Southwark, Philadelphia, September 17th, 1849 (1851)

Counsels of the Aged to the Young (1852)

Outlines of Moral Science (1852)

A History of the Israelitish Nation From Their Origin to Their Dispersion at the Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans (1853)

Sermons of the Log College (1855)

Practical Truths (1857)

Christ's Gracious Invitation (1861)

Love to An Unseen Savior (1863)

Some Hitherto Unpublished Letters of Prof. Archibald Alexander, D.D. (1914)


 The sermon preached at the inauguration service by Samuel Miller can be found  here .

The sermon preached at the inauguration service by Samuel Miller can be found here.

 Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20150211175548/http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/pdfs/la/FreedomsJournal/v1n26.pdf  Authorship of the anonymous “Wilberforce Letter” is attributed to Archibald Alexander by Winston James, The Struggles of John Brown Russwurm: The Life and Writings of a Pan-Africanist Pioneer, 1799-1851, pp. 36-37, 110, 181, 265-266.

Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20150211175548/http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/pdfs/la/FreedomsJournal/v1n26.pdf

Authorship of the anonymous “Wilberforce Letter” is attributed to Archibald Alexander by Winston James, The Struggles of John Brown Russwurm: The Life and Writings of a Pan-Africanist Pioneer, 1799-1851, pp. 36-37, 110, 181, 265-266.