1J. P. Boyce, Life and Death the Christian’s Portion (New York: Sheldon & Co.; Richmond: Starke and Ryland; Tuscaloosa: Manly & Co., 1869), p. 60.

2Basil Manly, Letters to Iveson Brookes, July 24, 1821 and September 25, 1821.

3Basil Manly, Letter to Iveson Brooks, March 25, 1819.

4Basil Manly, Sr. A letter recorded in his diary November 1, 1825.

5Basil Manly, “Theological Education in the Southern States,” in The Southern Baptist and General Intelligencer (March 13, 1835) p. 171.

6Basil Manly, “Circular Letter” of the Tuscaloosa Baptist Association on discipline printed in the Christian Index, (March 24, 1843, pp. 179-181, 188) p. 180.

7Ibid. 181.

8Basil Manly, letter to Reynolds, Jan 10, 1844, from Tuscaloosa.

9Basil Manly, Letter to W.B. Johnson, October 24, 1855.

10John. A. Broadus, Memoir of James Petigru Boyce, pp. 118, 119.

11It is worth noting that two of these were there directly as a result of the influence of Basil Manly. His son, Basil, Jr., for whom he prayed in 1831: “O may the Lord smile upon the child — early lead to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and employ him in thy service. My one desire is that he may early become a child of God by faith in Jesus Christ and may live to the glory of Him who loved us and gave himself for us.” J. P. Boyce came under the ministry of Basil Manly as a result of the conversion of his mother, who was moved to seek God after the death of the Manly’s son, John Waldo, at less than a year of age. Manly wrote in his diary, “the will of the Lord is done and I have not a word to say in opposition to it.” Later Mrs. Ker Boyce requested a visit and told Manly that her mind was first “seriously awakened” by the sermon he preached on the occasion of that death. See Manly’s Diary. pp. 147, 148, 172.

12J. P. Boyce, Life and Death, p. 52.

13Basil Manly, “Circular Letter” from the Tuscaloosa Baptist Association printed in the Christian Index (March 24, 1843) p. 180. The subject matter of this letter is “Discipline” and will be referred to hereinafter as “Discipline.”

14Basil Manly, Sr., to J. L Reynolds, [date ?], folder 26.

15Basil Manly, Letter to Basil Manly, Jr., March 15, 1846.

16Basil Manly, Letter to Mr. David Adams of Charleston, Jan 26, 1826.

17John A. Broadus, Memoir of James Petigru Boyce (New York: Armstrong and Son, 1893), p. 16.

18James P. Boyce, Life and Death the Christian’s Portion: A Discourse occasioned by the Funeral Services of the Rev. Basil Manly, D. D. (New York: Sheldon & Co.; Richmond: Starke and Ryland; Tuscaloosa: Manly & Co., 1869), p. 68.

19Samuel Henderson, Christianity Exemplified: A Memorial Sermon of Rev. Basil Manly, Sr., D. D. (Atlanta: Franklin Steam Printing House, 1870), p. 34.

20“Minutes of the Twelfth Annual Session of the Tuskaloosa Baptist Association,” (Tuskaloosa: Printed by M. D. J. Slade, 1844), p. 9. These minutes include the transcript of Basil Manly’s circular letter on “Election” and will be referred to hereinafter as “Election.”

21Ibid., p. 4.

22Letter to Basil Manly, Jr. October 15, 1844.

23Basil Manly, Sr., “Election,” pp. 7, 8.

24Ibid., p. 7.

25Basil Manly, Sr., Sermon “Christ Asking to Be Glorified” from microfilm of Manly collection, folder #