Records of the Family of Sclater

Claude Sclater
Records of the Family of Sclater

APPENDIX II

 

Published Works of William Sclater (1) and (2)

Published Works of William Sclater (1)

  1. A Threefold Preservative against three dangerous diseases of these latter times. 1: Non proficiency in grace. 2: False hearted hypocrisie. 3: Backsliding in Religion. Prescribed in a Sermon at St. Pauls Crosse in London Sept. 17, 1609 by William Sclater, Batchelor in Divinity and sometime fellow of King’s College in Cambridge. London 1610. On Heb. VI, 4, 5, 6, dedicated “to Master John Colles, Esquire, at Wilcombe in Somerset.”
  2. A Key to the Key of Scripture, or an exposition with notes upon the Epistle to the Romans; the first three chapters: begun at Walsall in Staffordshire, concluded at Pitminster in Somerset. By William Sclater Batchelor in Divinitie, and Minister of the Word of God at Pitminster in Somerset. London 1611, 2nd ed. 1629.
    This is an enlargement of previous discourses on Romans I-III, dedicated “to the Right Worshipfull Sir Henry Hewley, Knight, and other Somerset Gentlemen of puritan leanings”.
  3. The Minister’s Portion, by William Sclater Batchelar of Divinity & Minister of the word of God at Pitminster in Somerset. Oxford 1612. Dedicated “to the Worshipfull Mr. Thomas Southcot Esquire, at Moones-Ottery in Devon.” A sermon on I Cor. IX, 13, 14.
  4. The Sick Soul’s Salve, by William Sclater Batchelar of Divinity, a Minister of the word of God at Pitminster in Somerset. Oxford 1612. Dedicated to John and Anna Horner of Melles in Somerset. The sermon on Prov. XVIII, 14.
  5. The Christian’s Strength, by William Sclater Batchelar of Divinity and Minister of the word of God at Pitminster in Somerset, Oxford 1612. Dedicated to William Hill of Pitminster. A sermon on Phil. IV, 13.
  6. An exposition with notes upon the first epistle to the Thessalonians by William Sclater D.D., and Minister of the word of God at Pitminster in Somerset. London 1619. Dedicated to the Right Honorable the Lord Stanhope Baron of Haringdon, whose chaplaine the author states he is.
  7. The Quaestion of Tythes revised: Arguments for the Moralitie of Tything, enlarged and cleared: Objections more fully and distinctly answered: Mr Selden’s Historie, so farre as Mistakers have made it Argumentative against the Moralitie viewed by William Sclater D.D. and Minister of Pitminster in Somerset. London 1623. Dedicated “Reverendo in Christo Patri ac Domino, Arthuro Providentia Divina Bathoniensi ac Wellensi Episcapo.”

The following works were published after his death by his son

William Sclater (2):

 

  1. An exposition with notes upon the first and second Epistles to the

    Thessalonians by W. Sclater. London 1627. 2nd. ed. 1630.

  2. A briefe Exposition with notes upon the second Epistle to the

    Thessalonians. By William Sclater Doctor of Divinitie, and Minister

    of Pitminster in Summerset.

    The second Edition Corrected and Amended. London. 1629. 1st. ed. London 1627. Dedicated “to the Right Worshipfull John Powlett Esquire, my very Honourable good Patron, and to the truly Religious, and right vertuous Elizabeth his wife etc.”

  3. A Funerall Sermon (on Hebr. IX, 27, 28) Preached at the Buriall of the Right Worshipfull Mr. John Colles Esquire, one of his Majesties Justices of Peace & Quorum in Sommersetshire Anno. Dom. 1607. By William Sclater, of Kings College in Cambridge Minister of God’s Word at Pitminster. London 1629. Dedicated “to the worshipfull Mr. George Colles Esquire.”
  4. A Sermon preached at Tawnton in Sommerset. (On 2. King. IX, 31) By William Sclater, Doctor of Divinity, and Minister of the word of God at Pitminster. Now published by his Sonne of King’s College in Cambridge. London 1629. Dedicated “to the worshipfull Mr. Edward Warre Esquire; and to the truly religious and right vertuous Elizabeth his wife, at Chipley in Sommerset.”
  5. A sermon preached at St. Manes in the University of Cambridge. The Spiritual Warfare. (On 1 Peter II, 11). By William Sclater Doctor of Divinity, sometimes Fellow of Kings Colledge, and Minister of the word of God at Pitminster in Sommersetshire. Now published by his Sonne of the same, Kings Colledge in Cambridge. London 1629. Dedicated “to that pious root of Religion and vertue, the worshipful and devout gentlewoman Mistrisse Jane Still. Together with her tender branches at Hutton in Sommerset.”
  6. Utriusque Epistolac ad Corinthios Explicatio analytica. Una curn Scholiis. Authore Gul. Sclatero S.S. Theol. Doctore. nunc tandem a filiosuo Coll. Regalis in Academia Cantab. Socio in edita. Oxoniae 1633 am.

    Dedicated to Dr. Edw. Kellett & Mr. George Goade the latter William Sclater Junior’s tutor at Cambridge.

  7. Sermons Experimentall: on Psalms CXVI & CXVII very usefull for the Wounded Spirit. By William Sclater D.D. sometimes Rector of Limsham, and Vicar of Pitminster, in Summerset-Shire. Published by his Son William Sclater Mr. of Arts, Late Fellow of King’s Colledge in Cambridge, now a Priest, and Preacher of the Gospel in the City of Exeter, in Devon-shire. London 1638. Dedicated “to the Right Reverend Father in God Joseph Lord Bishop of Exeter.”
  8. A brief and plain commentarry with notes; not more useful than seasonable, upon the whole Prophecie of Malachy. Delivered Sermonwise divers years since at Pitminster in Summerset by William Sclater. Now published by his son William Sclater. London 1650.
  9. An Exposition with Notes, on the whole Fourth Chapter to the Romans. Wherein the grand Question of Justification by Faith alone without Works, is controverted stated, cleared and fully resolved to the satisfaction of any judicious, conscientious Protestant. Together with variety of other solid observations, interwoven throughout the Work. By William Sclater, Doctor in Divinity sometimes Minister of God’s word at Pitminster, in Summerset. Now Published by his Son William Sclater, Batchelar in Divinity, Minister at Collompton in Devon. London 1650. Dedicated to “John Bampfield of Poltimore, in the County of Devon. Esquire et et.”

Published Works of William Sclater (2)

  1. The Worthy Communicant rewarded; laid forth in a sermon on John VI, 54, preached in the Cathedral of St. Peter in Exeter, on Low Sunday, being the 21st of April Anno 1639. By William Sclater, Master of Arts, late Fellow of King’s Colledge in Cambridge, now Chaplaine of the right reverend Father in God, the Lord Bishop’s Barony of St. Stephens, and Preacher also at St. Martin’s in the same city. London 1639.
  2. Death’s summons and the Saint’s Duty. Laid forth first summarily in a sermon on 2 Kings XX, I in the Cathedral of St. Peter in Exeter. Jan. 24, 1638, at the solemne Funerall of a well deserving Citizen. Since somewhat enlarged for the common good by William Sclater, Master of Arts, late Fellow of King’s Colledge in Cambridge, now a Preacher of Gods Word in the City of Exeter. London 1640.
    Dedicated “to the Right Worshipfull, Peter Sainthill of Bradynch Esquire, one of the Masters of His Majesties Court of Chancery et et.”
  3. The Remedie of Schisme or, a mean to settle the Divisions of the Times, set forth in a reasonable Sermon before an Honourable Assembly in the City of London. By William Sclater, Batchelar in Divinitie, Preacher of God’s Word in the City of Exeter. London 1642. Dedicated to the Right Honourable Sir John Paulet, Knight, Son and Heir to the Right Honourable John Lord Paulet, Baron of Hinton St. George, one of the Knights of Somersetshire for this present Parliament et et. Text 1. Cor. II, 18, 19.
  4. Papisto-Mastix or Deborah’s Prayer against Gods enemies, Judg. V, 31, explicated and applyed, in the Cathedrall of Saint Peter in Exon, November the first, 1641. By William Sclater, Batchelar in Divinity, Prebend of that Church. London 1642. Dedicated “to the truly Noble and eminent example of the best worth, Mr Henry Murray Esquire, one of the Groomes of his Mties. Bedchamber.”
  5. ‘Εν Χαιρω λὁγοσ sine concio ad clerum, Latine habita in Ecciesia B. Mariae Cantabrigiae, June 17, 1651. De Natura, Necessitata, et Fine Haeredium. A Guilielmo Sclatero S.S. Theologiae Doctore, Collegii Regalis in eadem Academia non ita pridim Socio: posteo apud Exonenses, & Collamptonenses in comitatu Devon: Nunc tanden apud S. Petrum P. in vico vulgo vocato Broadstreet, in Civitate Londiniensi Concionatora. London 1652.

    Dedicated “Illustrissimo, ac Magnificentissimo Domino, Henrico, Dorcastriae Marchioni, Comiti Kingston et et.” Text 1 Cor. II.19.

  6. The Crowne of Righteousnes or the glorious Reward of Fidelity in the Discharge of our Duty as it was laid forth in a Sermon preached in St. Botolph’s Aldersgate, London, Sept. 25, 1653, at the solemn Funerell of Mr Abrah. Wheelock B.D., the first Publick Professor, and Reeder of Arabick, and of the Saxon in the University of Cambridge. Whereunto is added An Encomium of Him. By William Sclater, Doctor of Divinity, now Preacher of the Word of God in Broad Street, London. London 1654.

    Dedicated “to the Right Worshipfull Thomas Adams Esq., Alderman

    of the City of London et et.” Text 2 Tim. IV, 7, 8.

  7. Civil Magistracy by Divine Authority Asserted and laid forth in a

    Sermon Preached at the Assises holden at Winchester for the County of

    Southampton, Thursday, the 4th March, 1651/52. By William Sclater,

    Doctor of Divinity, Preacher of the Word of God in Broad Street,

    London. London 1653.
    Dedicated “to the Worshipfull John Trott of Laverstoke Esquire; High Sheriffe of the County of Southampton et et.” Text 2 Chron. XIX, 6,7.

  8. A Divine Cordiall for a devout Soule. Composed out of a serious Discourse upon the Sinne against the Holy Ghost. As it was laid open in the full Nature and Appendices thereof. In a Sermon Preached at Taunton in the County of Somerset, upon Monday April 4th, 1653. In the Assize week. By William Sclater, Doctor of Divinity, Now Preacher of the Word of God in Broad Street, London. London 1676.

    Dedicated “to the Right Worshipfull George Luttrell of Dunster Castle, Esq.: High Sheriffe of the County of Somerset.

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