Rev. Thomas Dwight Witherspoon
A Chronological Bibliography
Prepared by Wayne Sparkman, Director of the PCA Historical Center, March 2005.

The appeal of the south to its educated man. An address before the Alumni Association of the University of Mississippi, delivered in the hall of the University, on Wednesday, June 26, 1867.  (Memphis [TN] : Printed by The Association, [Public Ledger Job Printing House], 1867), 20pp.; 22cm. 

The Immortality of the Soul,” in The Southern Pen and Pulpit, April 1868, pages 50-52.

"The Providence of God as Related to the Work of Redemption," in The Southern Presbyterian Review, 21.4 (October, 1870) 487-505.

The Christian called home : a sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Mary T. Montague ; preached in the Presbyterian Church, Christiansburg, Virginia, Tuesday, March 21, 1871 (Philadelphia : Alfred Martien, 1871), 12pp.; 23cm. 

Children of the covenant (Richmond : Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1873), 262pp.; illus.; 17cm.

An appeal to the baptized children of the church (Richmond, [VA] : Presbyterian Committee of Publication, n.d.), 2 l., p. 121-172. 16 cm. Bound with: Moore, Thomas Verner, The corporate life of the church ... Richmond [c1868].

A word to Christian parents (Richmond : Presbyterian Committee of Publication, n.d.), pp. 175-220; 16 cm.; printed from the plates of The Children of the Covenant

"The Religious History of Davis' Mississippi Brigade," in The Weekly Folio (Pontotoc, MS: L. & F.H. Witherspoon).  This appears to have been a series of some twenty or more articles authored by Rev. Witherspoon and serialized in The Weekly Folio.  Sadly, we have not been able to locate any actual copies of this newspaper, and only have the content of the 20th article, as posted on an internet site concerned with the 42nd  Mississippi Brigade.

"Jeremiah in Prison," in The Earnest Worker, April 1878, as part of the International Lessons series, pages 204-?.  Text: Jeremiah xxxiii.1-9.

"Prison Life at Fort McHenry," in The Southern Historical Society Papers, 8.2 (February 1880) 77-82, 111-119, 163-68.

"The Duration of Future Punishment," a paper delivered at the Second General Council of the Presbyterian Alliance, Report of Proceedings of the Second General Council (Philadelphia : Presbyterian Journal Company, 1880) 369-379.

Romanism : in the light of its most recent and authoritative expositions amongst us : a series of letters with quotations from original sources hitherto unknown to the general public (Richmond, Va. : Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1881), 159pp.; 17cm. 

"The Distinctive Doctrines and Polity of Presbyterianism," an address delivered upon the Joint Centennial celebration of the Synods of Kentucky, 12 October 1883, at Harrodsburg, KY (Louisville, KY: Courier-Journal Job Printing Co, 1883), 15pp.

"Henry Robertson Dickson" [Biographical Sketch], in Memorial Volume of the Semi-Centennial of the Theological Seminary at Columbia, South Carolina (Columbia, SC: Printed at the Presbyterian Publishing House, 1884), 257-258.

"Nineteenth Century Evangelism," in The Presbyterian Quarterly, 1.2 (October 1887) 280-296.

Thoroughly Educated Womanhood, the Inspiration and Hope of the South (Louisville, Ky., 1887), 5pp.; 24cm.

"The Work of Presbyterianism for the Future," in Addresses delivered at the Celebration of the Centennial of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church,.May 24th, 1888 (Philadelphia : MacCalla & Company, 1888), pp. 24-36.

"Woman in the Church," in The Presbyterian Quarterly, 3.2 (April 1889) 161-178.

? "A Model Undertaker," (vi) St. Nicholas Magazine, 18.11 (September 1891), 866-868, [illus., Meredith Nugent] ? [authorship unconfirmed. Attribution may be to some other "T.D. Witherspoon"]

"The Evangelistic Revival in the Synods," in The Presbyterian Quarterly, 5.2 (April 1891) 262-265.

"Methods of Theological Education," in The Presbyterian Quarterly, 6.2 (April 1892) 212-226.

"The Southern General Assembly of 1892," in The Presbyterian Quarterly, 6.3 (July 1892) 427-438.

? "Ginseng Hunters Found Ancient Skeletons at Raven Rock," reprinted in The Kentucky Explorer, March 1997, page 34ff. [authorship unconfirmed. Attribution may be to some other "T.D. Witherspoon," though Dr. Witherspoon was likely familiar with this region, and the article dates to 1895.]

"The Westminster Assembly Itself," or more fully, "The Westminster Assembly: Its Place of Meeting, Its Proceedings, and Its Personnel," in Memorial Volume of the Westminster Assembly, 1647-1897 (Richmond, VA : The Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1897 2d ed.), pages 53-85. 

"The Sunday-School:  Its Present Peril," in The Presbyterian Quarterly, 11.2 (April 1897) 175-189.