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BRITISH BAPTIST CIRCULAR LETTERS INDEX

* * * CIRCULAR LETTERS * * *
The 1777 Rutlandshire (Western England) Circular refers to
a Circular Letter as "a body of divinity in miniature."

TEN CIRCULAR LETTERS WRITTEN BY ANDREW FULLER
Northamptonshire Baptist Association



The Doctrine of Election
Northampton Baptist Association at Kettering, 1770
By John Martin

THE CIRCULAR LETTER, 1771
From the Elders and Messengers of the Baptist Churches
of Midland Association

The Glory and Nature of a Gospel Church
Northampton Baptist Association, 1777

The Officers of a Gospel Church
Northampton Baptist Association
The Circular Letter, 1777
By John C. Ryland

The Grace of Hope
Northhamtonshire Baptist Association
The Circular Letter, 1782
by Andrew Fuller

"The Prayer Call of 1784"
Northamptonshire Baptist Association, 1784
by John Sutcliff
This is a portion of the Circular Letter

Cause of Declension in Religion, and Means of Revival
Northampton Baptist Association
The Circular Letter, 1785
by Andrew Fuller

"Why Christians in the Present Day Possess
Less Joy than Primitive Disciples"

Northamptonshire Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1795

The Sovereignty of God in Salvation
Western Baptist Association
by John Ryland, 1797

Discipline of the Primitive Churches
Illustrated and Enforced

Northampton Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1799

Qualifications for Church Fellowship
Northhamtonshire Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1800

The Practical Uses of the Ordinance of Baptism
Northhamtonshire Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1802

The Divinity of Christ
Western Baptist Association
by R. Redding, 1802

The Preservation of the Saints
Circular Letter, 1795, reprint 1803
by Samuel Pearce

The Lord's Supper
Northamptonshire Association
by Bro. John Sutcliff, 1803

Church Discipline
Western Baptist Association
by John Ryland, 1804

The Importance of Strenuous Exertions in the Cause of Christ
Western Baptist Association
By John Saffery, 1805

On the Manner of Attending to Divine Ordinances
Northamptonshire Baptist Association
By Bro. T. Blundel, 1805

"The Pastor's Address to his Christian Hearers, Entreating
Their Assistance in Promoting the Interest of Christ"

Northamptonshire Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1806

"On Moral and Positive Obedience"
Northamptonshire Baptist Association
by Andrew Fuller, 1807

Joy In Religion
Western Baptist Association
By J. Cherry, 1809


"The Promise of the Spirit the Grand
Encouragement in Promoting the the Gospel"

Northamptonshire Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1810

Doctrine of Election
Bradford Baptist Association
by Bro. Langdon, 1810

"The Situation of the Widows
and Orphans of Christian Ministers, etc."

Northamptonshire Baptist Association
By Andrew Fuller, 1815

Doctrine of Election
Western Baptist Association
by Thomas Wilcox, 1818

Godly Admonitions, Exhortations, and Encouragements
Kent and Sussex Association, 1822

Church Discipline
The Leyden Baptist Association, 1831

Historical Sketch of the Baptist Denomination
Midland Baptist Association
By Charles Thompson, 1832

Circular Letter - "On Selfishness"
By D. White, Gloucestershire
The British Baptist Congregational Associated Churches, 1834

Church Discipline
Berks and West London Baptist Association
by J. Tyso, 1836

The Duty of Christians Towards Enquirers,
and the Junior Members of our Churches

The Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches
by Brother Payne, 1836

The Marriage of Believers with Unbelievers
The Norfolk and Norwich Baptist Association
By John Bane, 1839

Circular Letters from the British Baptist Associations - 1840
The authors and subjects from various Baptist Associations are listed.
From The Baptist Missionary Magazine, 1840

The Behaviour Becoming the House of God
The Norfolk and Norwich
Association of Baptist Churches
By William Brock, 1845

Church Discipline
Berks and West Middlesex Baptist Association
by Bro. Brown, 1852

Church Discipline
Northamptonshire Baptist Association
by Mr. Gough, 1861

History of the Baptist Churches in
Connection with the Leicestershire Association

Leicestershire Association Circular Letter, 1865

The Power of the Individual in the Kingdom of God
Northampton Association of Baptists
By Mr. J. Nickalls, 1875

The Responsibilities of a Revival of Religion
The Northampton Association of Baptists
By J. Seager, 1878

The Relation of Children to the Church
Northamptonshire Baptist Association
By J. Spanwick, 1880

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