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Controversy Regarding Mr Darby's Teachings on the Sufferings of Christ - circa 1865
A letter on the sufferings of Christ, being a part answer to Mr. Groves' "Darbyism."
by James Jones
The Close of Twenty-eight Years of Association with J.N.D. by W.H. Dorman 1866 67 Pages
The Leaders of the Opposition in High and Low Brethrenism and their Sentiments by Thomas Ryan circa 1866 Attempt to implicate Mr Darby's teachings to be essentially the same as Mr Newton's 17 Pages
Grief Upon Grief: A Dialogue by Capt. Hall 1866 80 Pages
by George B. Gilpin Oct 1866 20 Pages
A Solemn Appeal to the Brethren in London and Elsewhere, Regarding the Error that is Asserted among them, of the Unatoning Death of Christ by W.H. Dorman 1867
The Link Broken: A Letter Explanatory of his Retirement from "Brethrens" Meetings
by J. Harmar Smith
Quotations & remarks; or, conscientious objections to an alleged third class of Christ's sufferings under the government of God, as set forth in a tract entitled the "Sufferings of Christ" [by J.N. Darby], considered especially in connection with the doctrine of the atonement, etc. by Thomas Newberry 1872