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Throughout his career, McMaster was an ardent writer, and the Book Division of the Clements Library houses many of his works. Although several of his earliest and latest works are absent, the holdings do contain all of his most significant works pertaining to the church crisis of 1832-33.
McMaster, Gilbert. The duty of nations. [sermon] (Ballston Spa, N.Y., 1810).
McMaster, Gilbert. The embassy of reconciliation. (New York, 1812).
McMaster, Gilbert. An essay in defence of some fundamental doctrines of Christianity. (Schenectady, 1815).
McMaster, Gilbert. The moral character of civil government, considered with reference to the political institutions of the United States. (Albany, 1832).
McMaster, Gilbert. A brief inquiry into the civil relations of Reformed Presbyterians. (Schenectady, 1833).
McMaster, Gilbert. Remarks offered in Illustration of a report on the doctrine of civil government. (Schenectady, 1835).
McMaster, Gilbert. The obligations of the American scholar to his country and the world. (Madison, Ind., 1841).
McMaster, Gilbert. Thoughts on the union of the Church. (Cincinnati, 1846).
McMaster, Gilbert. The great subject of the Christian ministry. (New York, 1852).
Scott, David.Calm examination of Dr. McMaster's letters on civil government. (Newburgh, 1832).
Sprague, William B. Annals of the American pulpit, vol. 9, 5 (N.Y., 1869), p. 46-60.
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