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PRELUDE TO IRONY

The Princeton Theology and the Practice of

American Presbyterian Missions in Northern Siam, 1867-1880

Herbert R. Swanson

A Dissertation submitted for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy
The Melbourne College of Divinity, Melbourne University

2003

Electronic Version 2012


Table of Contents AbstractIllust. & Tables Introduction Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Conclusion Appendices Bibliography


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Outline of the Bibliography

1.Introduction
2. The Laos Mission, Northern Siam, and Siam
2.1 Primary Resources
2.2 Secondary Resourcesl
3. Presbyterian History and Thought
3.1 Primary Sources
3.2 Secondary Sources
4. Background and General
4.1 General
4.2 Enlightenment, Scottish Philosophy, and Baconianism
4.3 Evangelicalism and Romanticism
4.4 Reformed History and Thought

Introduction

This bibliography includes all of the sources cited in the dissertation, excepting only dictionary and encyclopedia entries and sources. Thai names are alphabetized by first name. The number in brackets [] following each entry indicates the chapter in which the entry is first cited. [I] stands for the Introduction and [C] for the Conclusion.

Abbreviations:

AHR
AP
AQ
BRPR
CH
JAH
JER
JPH
JSH
NCP
NCP NS
LN
PQPR
SCJ
WJT
WWW
American Historical Review
American Presbyterians
American Quarterly
Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review

Church History
Journal of American History
Journal of the Early Republic
Journal of Presbyterian History
Journal of Social History
North Carolina Presbyterian
North Carolina Presbyterian New Series
Laos News
Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review
Sixteenth Century Journal
Westminster Journal of Theology
Women's Work for Women

The Laos Mission, Northern Siam, and Siam

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"Annual Report of the Principal of the Western Female Seminary." 1871. Oxford, Ohio: W.A. Powell, 1871. [2]

Backus, Mary, ed. Siam and Laos as Seen by Our American Missionaries. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1884. [2]

Briggs, W. A. "'Father Wilson.'" LN 8, 3 (July 1911): 83-4. [2]

Campbell, Mary M. Letter dated 18 December 1879, WWW 10, 6 (June 1880): 210-11. [6]

__________. Undated letter. WWW 9, 4 (April 1879): 336-37. [2]

Cole, Edna. Undated letter. WWW 9, 12 (December 1879): 425-26. [6]

__________. Undated letter. WWW 10, 11 (November 1880): 389-90. [3]

__________. Undated letter. WWW 11, 7 (July 1881): 224-26. [6]

__________. Undated letter. WWW 12, 11 (November 1882): 366-68. [2]

__________. Undated letter. WWW 12, 12 (December 1882): 410-11. [2]

__________. Undated letter. WWW 13, 3 (March 1883): 82-4. [2]

Crooks, Charles H. "Chas. T. Van Santwoord Hospital. Lakawn Dispensary." LN 9, 4 (October 1912): 140-43. [4]

Curtis, Lillian Johnson. The Laos of North Siam. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1903. [2]

House, Samuel R. "Sad and Unexpected News from Chieng-Mai." FM 28, 9 (February 1870): 202-04. [5]

Journal of Dan Beach Bradley. At the Oberlin College Archives. Microfilm copy at the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [1]

McGilvary Family Papers. At the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [5]

McGilvary, Daniel. "Blessed Are Ye that Sow Beside All Waters." NCP 2, 19 (May 1859): 1. [2]

__________. "The Blind Ngiew or Northern Shan." NCP NS 3, 110 (9 February 1870): 4. [5]

__________. ""Chieng Mai Trip." NCP 9 (24 October 1866): 1. [1]

__________. ""Chieng Mai Trip." NCP 9 (31 October 1866): 1. [1]

__________. "The Claims of the Laos upon our Church." FM 25, 3 (August 1866): 93. [2]

__________. "The Consciousness of Divine Vocation." In Counsel to New Missionaries: From Older Missionaries of the Presbyterian Church, 7-16. New York: Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A., 1905. [2]

__________. "Extracts from a paper sent to the Society of Inquiry, Davidson College." FM 28, 2 (July 1869): 29-32. [C]

__________. "For the Family." NCP NS 9, 417 (7 January 1876): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Family." NCP NS9, 427 (17 March 1876): 4. [2]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 1, 26 (2 July 1868): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 2, 106 (12 January 1870): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 3, 107 (19 January 1870): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 3, 108 (26 January 1870): 4. [5]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 3, 109 (2 February 1870): 4. [5]

__________. "For the Little Folks." dated 1 September 1869, NCP NS 3, 110 (9 February 1870): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 3, 111 (15 February 1870): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 3, 120 (20 April 1870): 4. [5]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 3, 121 (27 April 1870): 4. [5]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 5, 266 (5 February 1873): 4. [5]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 5, 280 (14 May 1873): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 5, 282 (28 May 1873): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 7, 356 (4 November 1874): 4. [4]

__________. "For the Little Folks." NCP NS 12, 579 (12 February 1879): 1. [5]

__________. A Half Century Among the Siamese and the Lao. New York: Revell, 1912. [1]

__________. "Laos Mission." FM 26, 10 (March 1868): 234-36. [5]

__________. "The Laos Mission." NCP NS 10, 485 (25 April 1877): 1. [4]

__________. "Latest News From Chieng-Mai." FM 28, 10 (March 1870): 227-29. [5]

__________. Letter dated 19 March 1858. NCP 1, 34 (21 August 1858): 1. [2]

__________. Letter dated 31 May 1858. NCP 1, 35 (28 August 1858): 1. [2]

__________. Letter dated 21 June 1858. NCP 1, 47 (20 November 1858): 1. [2]

__________. Letter dated 7 September 1858. NCP 2, 20 (14 May 1859): 1. [2]

__________. Letter dated 20 May 1863, entitled "Light Strokes and great Mercies at Petchaburi." FM 22, 6 (November 1863): 151-53. [2]

__________. Letter dated 10 April 1872. FM 31, 5 (October 1872): 150-51. [4]

__________. Letter dated 13 July 1874. NCP NS 7, 344 (12 August 1874): 2. [2]

__________. Letter dated 21 February 1876. NCP NS 9, 440 (14 June 1876): 4. [4]

__________. Letter dated 10 October 1876. FM 35, 9 (February 1877): 281-84. [2]

__________. Letter dated 10 August 1877. NCP NS 10, 521 (2 January 1878): 4. [5]

__________. "Letter from Siam." NCP NS 12, 617 (5 November 1879): 1. [5]

__________. "Letter from Siam." NCP NS 13, 665 (6 October 1879): 1. [6]

__________. Letter to the Church & Congregation of Carthage & Union, 1 September 1859. NCP 2, 51 (17 December 1859): 1. [4]

__________. Letter to Brother Sherwood, 31 December 1868. NCP NS 2, 77 (23 June 1869): 2. . [4]

__________. Letter to Orange Presbytery, 5 March 1859. NCP 2, 29 (16 July 1859): 1. [2]

__________. "Medical Missions and Missionary Physicians - No. I." NCP NS 2, 77 (23 June 1869): 1. [2]

__________. "Medical Missions and Missionary Physicians - No. II." NCP NS 2, 78 (30 June 1869): 1. [4]

__________. "Medical Missions and Missionary Physicians - No. III." NCP NS 2, 79 (7 July 1869): 1. [4]

__________. "Medical Missions and Missionary Physicians - No. IV." NCP NS 2, 80 (14 July 1869): 1. [2]

__________. "Medical Missions and Missionary Physicians - No. V." NCP NS 2, 81 (21 July 1869): 1. [2]

__________. "Medical Missions and Missionary Physicians - No. VIII." NCP NS 2, 84 (11 August 1869): 1. [4]

__________. "Our First Convert." NCP NS 2, 85 (18 August 1869): 4. . [4]

__________. "Rev. Jonathan Wilson, D.D., An Appreciation." LN 8 (July 1911): 78-81. [2]

__________. "Revival in Moore County." NCP 1, 2 (8 January 1858): 1. [2]

__________. "Shall Chieng-Mai be Given Up?" FM 28, 12 (May 1870): 274. [5]

__________. Undated letter. FM 27, 10 (March 1869): 242. [2]

__________. Undated letter. FM 28, 3 (August 1869): 58-63. [2]

__________. Undated letter. FM 28, 4 (September 1869): 80-84. [2]

__________. Undated letter. FM 28, 9 (February 1870): 212-17. [4]

__________. "Warming of Buddh." FM 35, 4 (September 1876): 121-23. [4]

McGilvary, Sophia. Undated letter. WWW 8, 11 (November 1878): 309-310. [2]

James W. McKean, "Dr. Wilson's Laos Hymnal and its Value to the Laos Church." LN 8, 3 (July 1911): 82-3. [2]

Papers of Dan Beach Bradley. At the Oberlin College Archives. Microfilm copy at the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [1]

Peabody, Helen. Mary Margaretta Campbell: A Brief Record of a Youthful Life. Cincinnati: Silvius and Smith, 1881. [2]

Peoples, S. C. "Rev. Daniel McGilvary, D.D. An Appreciation." LN 8, 4 (October 1911): 116-20. [2]

Records of the American Missionary Association. At the Amistad Research Center, Dillard University, New Orleans, USA. Microfilm copy at the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [1

Records of the Board of Foreign Missions, Presbyterian Church U. S. A. At the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, USA. Microfilm copy at the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [1]

Research Papers of Maen Pongudom. Originals at the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, USA. Photocopies at the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [I]

"Sessional Records. The First Presbyterian Church of Chiengmai." In the Records of the American Presbyterian Mission. At the Payap University Archives, Chiang Mai. [4]

Vrooman, C. W. Letter dated, 6 February 1872, FM 31, 2 (July 1872): 51-2. [2]

Wilson, Jonathan. Letter dated 7 February 1861, entitled "Tokens of Encouragement' in Siam." FM 20, 2 (July 1861): 43-44. [2]

__________. Letter dated 7 July 1869. FM 28, 10 (March 1870): 232-33. [4]

__________. Letter dated 3 January 1870. FM 28, 12 (May 1870): 281-83. [5]

__________. Letter dated 28 July 1870. FM, 29, 7 (December 1870). [2]

__________. Letter dated 30 April 1872. FM 31, 5(October 1872): 151-53 [5]

__________. Letter dated 5 June 1874. FM 33, 7(December 1874): 214-18. [5]

__________. Undated letter. FM 27, 10 (March 1869): 240-42. [2]

__________. Undated letter. FM 31, 10 (March 1873): 307-08. [4]

Wilson, Kate. Undated letter. WWW 7, 7 (September 1877): 243. [5]

__________. "Shadows in Laos." WWW 14, 5 (May 1884): 149-50. [2]

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Evangelicalism and Romanticism

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Reformed History and Thought

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