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    CoEQR, The Connexion of Sacred and Profane History, 1 - 23, Jul 1837, Rev. Edward Thompson, prob., Referenced by Edward Thompson, editor of COEQR, in his book "Prophecy, Types, and Miracles" (1838). [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Strauss's Life of Jesus, 1 - 51, Jan 1838, Rev. Edward Thompson, prob., Repeatedly referred to by Edward Thompson in Prophecy, Types, and Miracles, the Great Bulwarks of Christianity (1838). Thompson was the editor of the Church of England Quarterly Review. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Strauss's Life of Jesus [continued], 321 - 342, Apr 1838, Rev. Edward Thompson, prob., Repeatedly referred to by Edward Thompson in Prophecy, Types, and Miracles, the Great Bulwarks of Christianity (1838). Thompson was the editor of the Church of England Quarterly Review. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Hengstenberg's Christologie des Alten Testaments, 1 - 26, Jul 1838, Rev. Edward Thompson, prob., A cross-reference to COEQR reviews of Strauss which are probably by Thompson suggests this is likely also by Thompson; as editor, Thompson seemed to generally contribute the lead articles of each issue. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Political Aspect of Popery, 491 - 502, Oct 1838, Rev. Edward Thompson, A tract entitled "The Political Aspect and Statistical Account of Popery" was published late in 1838 as "by the editor of the Church of England Quarterly Review." Worldcat states this is Edward Thompson. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Protestant Association, 175 - 186, Jan 1839, Rev. Edward Thompson, possib., Uses the phrase "the great bulwarks of Christianity" which Thompson employs in his book "Prophecy, Types, and Miracles (1838). [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Antiquity of the Anglican Church compared with the Novelty of the Romish -- Original Dialogues, 187 - 207, Jan 1839, Rev. Edward Thompson, possib., Referred to In Thompson's "Popular Lectures Upon the Differences Existing Between the Church of England and the Church of Rome (1845): 415. [review] (10/17)

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