History of the Presbyterian Church in the Dominion of Canada
History of the Presbyterian Church in the Dominion of Canada. From the earliest times to 1834; with a chronological table of events by William Gregg, D.D., professor of Apologetics and Church History in Knox College, Toronto. Second Edition. Joseph Perry Clougher, Publisher, 1905. This volume is chiefly devoted to the earlier portion of the history of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. It gives a statement of the System of Doctrine Worship and Government of the Presbyterian Church and brief notices of such kindred church as those of the Dutch reformed, the French Huguenots, and of the Presbyterians in Scotland and Ireland and others from which those of Canada have come. It contains brief biographical sketches of nearly all the Presbyterian ministers who labored in the Dominion previous to 1835. It contains details regarding the early organization of Church courts as Presbyteries and Synods in the Dominion. Details are also given regarding the long controverted Clergy Reserves and kindred questions. Subjoined to this volume is a chronological table exhibiting the later as well as the earlier leading facts in Presbyterian and other Church history from the time of the Reformation in 1517 to 1884. In the table are given special notes of the dates and terms of Union of different branches of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
History of the Presbyterian Church in the Dominion of Canada. From the Everton Library Collection. Second Edition. Joseph Perry Clougher, Publisher, 1905.