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  • Alexander , Robert John. “The Diversions of History: A Nonphenomenal Approach to Eighteenth Century Linguistic Thought (Eighteenth Century, John Lock Samuel Johnson, Joseph Priestly, John Horne Tooke)” (Ph.D. Thesis) McMaster University: 1997.
  • Allen, Bernard M. “Priestley and the Birmingham Riots,” Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society (England) Vol. 5, No.2, 1932-33.
  •  Allen, Richard. David Hartley on Human Nature. Albany: State University Press of New York, 1997.
  •  Anderson, R.G.W. and Christopher Lawrence, Eds. Science, Medicine and Dissent: Joseph Priestley (1733-1804.) (London: Wellcome Trust/Science Museum, 1987.)
  • Andrews, Jeanmarie. “Joseph Priestley, Icon of Enlightenment,” Early American Homes Vol. 31, No.2, April 2000: 36-43.
  • Aykroyd, W.R. Three Philosophers. (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press Publishers, 1935 [1970.])
  • Basu, Prajit Kumar. “Scientific Explanation in the History: The Priestley-Lavoisier Debate (Lavoisier Antoine, Priestley, Jospeh)”. (Ph.D. Thesis) University of Iowa: 1992
  • Bethlsham, Thomas. A Memoir of the Rev. Theophilus Lindsey, MA. London: William & Norgate, 1873
  • Bolton, Henry Carrington, Ed. Scientific correspondence of Joseph Priestley. (New York, Privately Printed, 1892 [New York, Kraus Reprint Company, 1969.])
  • Bonwick, C. “Joseph Priestley, Emigrant and Jeffersonian,” Enlightenment and Dissent. 2(1983):3-22.
  • Boorstill, Daniel J. The Lost World of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1948.
  • Boyer, John T. ed. The Memoirs of Joseph Priestley. Washington D.C.: Barcroft Press, 1964
  • Brown, Ira V., Ed. Joseph Priestley: Selections from His Writings. (State College, PA: The Himes Printing Company, 1962.)
  • Brown, Ira V. “The Religion of Joseph Priestley”. Pennsylvania History 24 (April 1957) 85-100.
  • Browne, Charles Albert. “Joseph Priestley and the American Fathers,” The American Scholar Vol. 4, No.2, Spring 1935.
  • Browne, Charles Albert. “Presentation of Joseph Priestley,” Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. Vol. 13, No. 10, October 1921.
  • Browne, Charles Albert and Mary Elvira Weeks. A History of the American Chemical
  • Society. (Easton, Pennsylvania: Mack Printing Co., 1952.)
  • Canovan, Margaret. “The Irony of History: Priestley’s Rational Theology,” The Price-Priestley Newsletter 4 (1980.)
  • Canovan, Margaret. “Paternalistic Liberalism: Joseph Priestley on rank and inequality,” Enlightenment and Dissent 2 (1983): 23-35.
  • Canuvan, Margaret E. “The un-Bethamite Utilitarianism of Joseph Priestley” History Ideas 45 (1984): 435-450.
  • Carden, William Raymond, Jr. “The Political and Historical ideas of Joseph Priestley”. (Ph.D. Thesis) Emory University: 1966.
  • Caven, R.M. Joseph Priestley. (London: Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1933.)
  • Chapin, Lloyd W. “The Theology of Joseph Priestley: a Study in Eighteenth Century Apologetics”. (Unpublished Ph.D. thesis) Ann Arbor: University Microfilms Inc, 1976
  • Choner, W.H. “Dr. Joseph Priestley, John Wilkinson and the French Revolution, 1789-
  • 1802,” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th Series, 8(1958): 21-40.
  • Clark, John Ruskin. Joseph Priestley: A Comet in the System. Coopersburg: Chernay Printing, 1994.
  • Clark, John Ruskin. “Priestley’s Integration of Science and Theology” Faith Freedom 43 (1990): 108-115.
  • Clark, John Ruskin. The Great Living System- Religion Emerging from the Sciences. Boston: Skinner House Books, 1984
  • Clemmer, Robert R. “Enlightenment Church History in the United States, 1808-1850”. (Unpublished Ph.D dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1961).
  • Cohen, Seymour S. “Two Refugee Chemists in the United States, 1794: How We See Them,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 126.4(1982): 301-15.
  • Conley, Kate A. Joseph Priestley and Discovery of Oxygen (Uncharted, Unexplored, and Unexplained. Mitchell Lane Publishers, 2005. [Juvenile Literature]
  • Conlin, Michael F. “Joseph Priestley’s American Defense of Phlogiston Reconsidered,” Ambix Vol. 43, Part 3, November 1996: 129-145.
  • Cory, John. The Life of Joseph Priestley. (Birmingham, England: Wilkes, Grafton and Co., 1804.)
  • Cox, James A. “Nonconformist Joseph Priestley,” Colonial Williamsburg: The Journal of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Autumn 1998: 54-62.
  • Cragg, Gerald R. “The Appeal to the Authority of Science.” Reason and Authority in the Eighteenth Century. Cambridge: University Press, 1964.
  • Crane, William D. The Discoverer of Oxygen: Joseph Priestley. (Julian Messner, Inc.
  • New York, 1962.) [JUVENILE LITERATURE]
  • Crosland, Maurice. “Priestley Memorial Lecture: A Practical Perspective on Joseph Priestley as a Pneumatic Chemist,” British Journal for the History of Science 16 (1983): 223-238.
  • Crowther, James Gerald. Scientists of the Industrial Revolution. (London: The Cresset
  • Press: 1962.)
  • Davenport, Derek A. “Joseph Priestley,” CHOC News, Spring, Vol. 1, No.2, 1983.
  • Duchemin, Lloyd A. “Joseph Priestley: Eighteenth-Century Intellectual and Man of Letters”. (Ph.D. Thesis) University of Toronto: 1955.
  • Fitzpatrick, Martin. “Joseph Priestley and the Cause of Universal Toleration,” The Price-Priestley Newsletter 1 (1977): 3-21.
  • Everett, Charles Carroll. Immortality and other Essays. Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1902.
  • Frank, Willard C. “Thomas Jefferson’s Religious Journey” Real Humanism 20.1 (1986): 8-17.
  • Fritzpatrick, Martin Hugh. “Rational Dissent in the Late Eighteenth Century with Particular Reference to the Growth of Toleration.” (Unpublished Ph.D. thesis) Ann Arbor: University Micro Films, Inc, 1982.
  • Fruchtman, Jack. The Apocalyptic Politics of Richard Price and Joseph Priestley: A Study in Late Eighteenth Century English Republican Millennialism. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1983.
  • Fruchtman, Jr., Jack. “Joseph Priestley and Early English Zionism.” Enlightenment and Dissent 2 (1983.)
  •  Garrett, Clarke. “Joseph Priestley, the Millennium, and the French Revolution,” Journal of the History of Ideas 34(1973): 51-66.
  • Geffen, Elizebeth M. Philadelphia Unitarianism 1796-1861. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1961.
  • Gibbs, F. W. Joseph Priestley: Adventurer in Science and Champion of Truth. (London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1965.)
  • Gibbs, F. W. Joseph Priestley, Revolutions of the Eighteenth Century. (New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1967.)
  • Good, H.G. “The Sources of Spencer’s Education.” Journal of Education Research 13 (1926): 325-335
  • Goldstein, Joel Aaron. “An Ending? Mathematics and Natural Philosophy Education at Liberal Dissenting Academies in the Aftermath of the Scientific Revolution: 1689-1796 (Eighteenth Century, Philip Doddridge, William Broadbent, Joseph Priestley, England, Christianity Unitarianism)”. (Ph.D. Thesis) Temple University: 1996.
  • Goldschmidt, S.A. “The Birth of the American Chemical Society at the Priestley House in 1874.” Journal of Chemical Education 4 (1927): 145.
  • Golinski, Jan V. Science as Public Culture: Chemist and Enlightenment in Britain 1776-1820. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.)
  • Gordon, Alexander. Heads of English Unitarian History with Appended Lectures of Baxter and Priestley. (London: Philip Green, 1895.)
  • Gordon, Alexander. “Joseph Priestley” Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. XLVI, London, 1896.
  • Graham, Jenny. “A Brief Description of Joseph Priestley in a Letter of David English to Charles C. Green,” Presbyterian Historical Society Journal 38(1960): 124-7.
  • Graham, Jenny. Revolutionary in Exile: the Emigration of Joseph Priestley to America, 1794-1804. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1995.
  • Graham, Jenny. “Revolutionary Philosopher: The Political Ideas of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), Part One,” Enlightenment and Dissent 8(1989): 43-68; and “Part Two,” Enlightenment and Dissent 9(1990): 14-46.
  • Guerlac, Henry. “Joseph Priestley’s First Papers on Gases and Their Reception in France.” Journal of the History of Medicine 12 (1957): 1-12.
  • Gutelius, W. “Priestley- The Great Man Among Men,” Northumberland. The Story of an Old Town. 1829-1929. (Northumberland, 1929.)
  • Harazti, Zoltin. John Adams and the Prophets of Progress. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952).
  • Hartog, P.G. “Joseph Priestley and His Place in the History of Science,” Proceedings of the Royal Institution 26 (1931.)
  • Hartog, P.G. “The Newer Views of Priestley and Lavoisier,” Annals of Science 5(1941.)
  • Hazlitt, William. “The Late Dr. Priestley,” The Atlas. 14 June 1829. Reprint, Complete Works of William Hazlitt, edited by P.P. Howe (London: J.M. Dent and Sons, 1934): 237-38.
  • Henry, Lord Brougham. “Priestley,” Lives of Philosophers, of the time of George III. London: Richard Griffin and Company, 1855.
  • Henry, William. “An Estimate of the Philosophical Character of Dr. Priestley,” Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (London, 1831-2): 60-69.
  • Hilbert, Erwin N. Joseph Priestley- Scientist, Theologian and Metaphysician. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1980.
  • Hoecker, James John. “Progress, Perfectibility, and the Thought of Joseph Priestley: A view of Eighteenth Century Liberalism”. (Phd. Thesis) University of Kentucky: 1975.
  • Holmes, Frederic L. Eighteenth-century Chemistry as an Investigative Enterprise. Berkeley Papers in History of Science, 12. (Berkeley, California: Office for History of Science and Technology, University of California, 1989.)
  • Holt, Anne. A Life of Joseph Priestley. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1930s [1970].
  • Howard, Gregory Wyman, “Freedom, Determinism and Liberal Religion: The Thought of Joseph Priestley”. (D.Min. Thesis) Meadville/Lombard Theological School: 1986
  • Huxley, Thomas Henry. Science and Education: Essays. New York: Appleton, 1898.
  • Jaffe, Bernard. Crucibles: The Lives and Achievements of the Great Chemists. (New York: Tudor Publishing Co., 1930.)
  • Jones, G.T. “In Praise of Joseph Priestley—the particle physicist!” Physics Education. 26, no. 3. (May 1991): 147
  • John Pershouse Papers, American Philosophical Society
  • Joseph Priestley Papers, American Philosophical Society
  • Joseph Priestley Papers, Joseph Priestley House
  • Joseph Priestley Papers, Library of Congress
  • Kieft, Lester. Joseph Priestley and the Priestley House. (Bucknell Department of Chemistry and Susquehanna Valley Section American Chemical Society.)
  • Knox, H.M. “Joseph Priestley’s Contribution to Educational Thought,” Studies in Education: The Journal of the Institute of Education 1(1949): 82-89.
  • Kracum, Vincent, “The American Home of Joseph Priestley, Discoverer of Oxygen,” Respiratory Care 19, August, 1974.
  • Kramnick, I. “Eighteenth-Century Science and Radical Social Theory: The Case of Joseph Priestley’s Scientific Liberalism,” Journal of British Studies 25(1986): 1-30.
  • Lesser, Charles Huber. “Joseph Priestley (1733-1804): The Mind of a Materialist. An Intellectual Biography.” (Unpublished Ph.D. thesis) Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, Inc, 1974.
  •  Lincoln, Anthony. Some Political and Social Ideas of English Dissent 1763-1800. (Cambridge: University Press, 1938). 
  •  Lindsey, Jack. Introduction. Autobiography of Joseph Priestley. Cranbury: Associated University Presses, 1970.
  •  Lukehart, Peter M., Ed. Joseph Priestley In America: 1794-1804. (The Trout Gallery,
  • Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, 1994.)
  • May, Henry Farnham. The Enlightenment in America. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
  • Macaulay, John Allen. “Truth Over Fanaticism: The Independence of Southern Unitarianism, 1970-1860” (Un-published Ph.D Thesis) University of South Carolina: 1998.
  • Malone, Dumas. The Public Life of Thomas Cooper 1783-1839. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1926.)
  • Marcus, Rebecca B. Joseph Priestley: Pioneer Chemist. (Franklin Wats, Inc., New York,
  • 1961) [JUVENILE LITERATURE]
  • Martineau, James. “The Life Character, and works of Dr. Priestley.” Miscellanies Boston: Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nicholas, 1852.
  • Matthews, Arthur Bache. The Riots at Birmingham, July 1791. (Birmingham, 1863.)
  • McConkey, Thomas W. “The Church at Four Twelve Lombard Street- A Monument to Liberal Religion.” Philadelphia: Mimeographed MS, 1977.
  • McEvoy, John G. “Electricity, Knowledge and the Nature of Progress in Priestley’s Thought,” British Journal for the History of Science 12(1979): 1-30.
  • McEvoy, John G. “Enlightenment and Dissent in Science: Priestley and the Limits of Theoretical Reasoning,” Enlightenment and Dissent 2(1983.)
  • McEvoy, John G. “Joseph Priestley: Philosopher, Scientist and Divine.” (Unpublished Ph.D. thesis) Ann Arbor: University Micro Films, Inc, 1975.
  • McEvoy, John G. and J.E. McGuire. “God and Nature: Priestley’s way of Rational Dissent”. Historical Studies in Physical Sciences 6 (1975).
  • McEvoy, John G. “Joseph Priestley, ‘Aerial Philosopher’: Metaphysics and Methodology in Priestley’s Chemical Thought, from 1762 to 1781”. Ambix 25 (March 1978): 1-55; (July 1978): 93-116; (November 1978): 153-175; 26 (March 1979): 16-38.
  • McLaughlan, Herbert John. Socinianism in Seventeenth-Century England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1951.
  • McKie, Douglas. “Joseph Priestley and the Copley Medal,” Ambix 9(1961): 8-9.
  • McKie, Douglas. “Priestley’s Laboratory and Library and Other of His Effects,” Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 12(1956): 114-136.
  • McLachlan, John. Joseph Priestley Man of Science 1733-1804: An Iconography of a Great Yorkshireman. (England Maslands Ltd, 1983.)
  • Newell, Lyman C. “Peter Porcupine’s Persecution of Priestley,” Journal of Chemical Education. Vol. 10, No.3, March 1933.
  • Noble, David. The Religion of Technology: The Divinity of Man and the Spirit of Invention. New York: Penguin Books, 1999.
  • North, Ross Stafford. “Joseph Priestley on Language, Oratory, and Criticism”. (Ph.D. Thesis) University of Flordia: 1950
  • Parkes, Samuel. “Mr. Parkes Account of a Visit to Birstall, Dr. Priestley’s Native Place,” Monthly Repository 11(1816): 274-76.
  • Park, Mary Cathryne. “Joseph Priestley and the Problem of Pantisocracy,” Proceedings of the Delaware County Institute of Science 10(1947): 1-60.
  • Partington, J.R. A History of Chemistry. Vol. III. (London: MacMillan; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1962.)
  • Payne, Michael. “Priestley, Pantsocracy, and Poets,” Proceedings of the Northumberland County Historical Society 32 (Sunbury, PA: 1994.)
  • The Priestley Collection, Penn State University.
  • Priestley, Joseph, Jr. Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley to the Year 1975. Written by himself: With a Continuation to the Time of His Decease, by his Son, Joseph Priestley: And Observations , by Thomas Cooper, President of the 4th. District of Pennsylvania: and the Rev. William Christine. 2 vols. Northumberland 1804.
  • Rice, Richard Adams. “Joseph Priestley’s Materialist Theory of Cognition: Its Influence and Historical Significance”. (Un-published Ph.D Thesis) Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, inc. 1969.
  • Richard Price Papers, American Philosophical Society
  • Richardson, William N. “Joseph Priestley’s American Home,” Proceedings of the Northumberland County Historical Society 32 (Sunbury, PA: 1994.)
  • Richey, Russell E. “Joseph Priestley: Worship and Theology,” Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society 15(1972): 41-53, 98-103.
  • Robbins, Caroline. “Honest Heretic: Joseph Priestley in America, 1794-1804,” Proceedings of The American Philosophical Society 106.1(1962): 60-76.
  • Rose, R.B. “The Priestley Riots of 1791,” Past and Present 8(1960): 68-88.
  • Rutt, John Towill, ed. The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of Joseph Priestley, LL.D.F.R.S. &c. 1817-1832. New York: Kraus Reprint Co. 1972.
  •  Rutt, J, ed. Life, Memoirs, and Correspondence of Joseph Priestley. Bristol: Thoemmes, 2002.
  • Rutt, John Towill. “Life and Correspondence of Joseph Priestley,” (London: R. Hunter, M. Eaton and C. Fox, 1831.)
  • Schaberg, Robert Anthony. “Providence and Necessity: The World View of Joseph Priestley”.(Unpublished Doctoral Thesis) Saint Louis University: 1975.
  • Schaffer, Simon. “Priestley’s Questions: A Historiographic Survey,” Historical Science 22(1984): 151-183.
  • Schoenlank, Bruno. Hartley and Priestley, die Begruender des Associationismus in England. Halle: Otto Hendel, 1882
  • Schofield, Robert E. “Electrical Researches of Joseph Priestley,” Archives Intemationales d’Histoire des Sciences 64(1963): 277-86.
  • Schofield, Robert E. “Joseph Priestley On Sensation and Perception”. Studies in Perception: Interrelations in the History of Philosophy and Science. Ed. Peter K. Machamer & Robert G. Turnbull. Columbus: State University Presses, 1980.
  • Schofield, Robert E. The Enlightenment of Joseph Priestley: A Study of His Life and Work from 1733-1773. (University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1984)
  • Schofield, Robert E. The Enlightened Joseph Priestley: A Study of His Life and Work from 1774-1804. (University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2004.)
  • Schofield, Robert E. The Enlightenment of Joseph Priestley: A Study of His Life and Work form 1733 to 1773. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1997.
  • Schofield, Robert E. “Joseph Priestley, eighteenth century British neo-Platonism, and S. T. Coleridge.” In Transformation and Tradition in the Sciences: Essays in Honor of Bernard Cohen, Edited by Everett Mendelsohn. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984.)
  • Schofield, Robert E. “Joseph Priestley, Natural Philosopher,” Ambix 15 (1958): 1-15.
  • Schofield, Robert E. “Joseph Priestley, the Theory of Oxidation and the Nature of Matter,” Journal of the History of Ideas 25 (April-June 1964.), 285-94
  • Schofield, Robert E. “Joseph Priestley’s American Education,” Early Dickinsoniana. The Boyd Lee Spahr Lectures- in Americana. 1957-1961. Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Dickinson College, 1961.)
  • Schofield, Robert E. The Lunar Society of Birmingham New York: Oxford University Press, 1964.
  • Schofield, Robert E. A Scientific Autobiography of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804). (Cambridge, Massachusetts, The M.I.T. Press, 1966.)
  • Schofield, Robert E. “The Scientific Background of Joseph Priestley,” Annals of Science 13 (1957.).
  • Schwartz, A. Truman and John G. McEvoy, Eds. Motion Toward Perfection: The Achievement of Joseph Priestley. (Boston: Skinner House Books, 1990.)
  • Sermon, Addresses and Essays Delivered at the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Foundation of the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, 1896.
  • Siegsbee, Ray Addison. Das philosophische System Joseph Priestley. Heidelberg: Buchūruckerei Kluhe und Silber, 1912.
  •  Silverman, Sharon Heroes. “Joseph Priestley: Catalyst of the Enlightenment,” Pennsylvania Heritage Vol. 25, No.3, Summer 1999: 22-31.
  • Skolnik, Christine Maria “The sublime in eighteenth-century British Criticism and Rhetoric”. (Ph.D. Thesis) Pennsylvania State University: 2001.
  • Smith, Edgar F. Priestley in America. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston’s Sons & Co., 1920.
  • Snyder, Charles Fischer. “The Priestley House,” Proceedings of the Northumberland County Historical Society 22 ( Sunbury, PA: 1958.)
  • Sonne, Niels Henry. Liberal Kentucky 1780-1828.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1939.
  • Stewardson, Thomas. “The Destruction of Priestley’s Library,” Notes and Queries
  • 34(1969): 64-65.
  • Strasheim, Dwayne Sidney. “Joseph Priestley on Grammar and Usage”. (Ph.D. Thesis) Ohio University: 1970.
  • Stephen, Sir Leslie. History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1962 (London, 1876).
  • Sugiyama. Chuhei. “The Economic Thought of Joseph Priestley,” Enlightenment and Dissent, 3 (1984.)
  • Tayler, John James. A Retrospect of the Religious Life of England. London: Truebner and Co. 1876 (London, 1845).
  • Thomas, David Oswald. “Rational Dissent, the Enlightenment and the Cosmopolitan Ideal [moral philosophy of R. Price and J. Priestley]. Faith Freedom 46 (1993): 3-16.
  • Thorpe, T .E. Essays on Historical Chemistry. (1893.)
  • Thorpe, T.E. Joseph Priestley. (London: J.M. Dent, 1906.)
  • Townsend, Dabney. “The Aesthetics of Joseph Priestley”. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. 51 no. 4 (Fall 1993): 561
  • Toulmin, Joshua. “A Biographical Tribute to the Memory of the Rev. Joseph Priestley,” (Birmingham: James Belcher, 1804.)
  • Toulmin III, Priestley. “Descendants of Joseph Priestley,” Proceedings of the Northumberland County Historical Society 32 (Sunbury, PA: 1994.) [FAMILY GENEALOGY]
  • Ware, Henry, Jr. ed. Views of Christian Truth, Piety, and Morality, Selected From the Writings of Dr. Priestley. Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1834.
  • Wilbur, Earl Morse. A History of Unitarianism in Transylvania, England, and America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952.
  • Willey, Basil. The Eighteenth Century Background. New York: Columbia University Press, 1977.
  • Wright, Conrad. The Beginnings of Unitarianism in America. Boston: Beacon Press, 1955. 
  • Verbrugge, Martha H., Lester Kieft, Michael Payne. Joseph Priestley: Three Views. Ed. by Lester Kieft and Bennett R. Willeford. (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Bucknell University Press, 1980.)

 

 
     
 
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