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Henry Arthur Woodgate


A Letter to Viscount Melbourne, on the Recent Appointment to the Office of Regius Professor of Divinity, in the University of Oxford.
London: J.G. and F. Rivington, 1836.

The Study of Morals Vindicated and Recommended in a Sermon Preached before the University of Oxford, February 5, 1837.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1837.

[Bampton Lectures]
The Authoritative Teaching of the Church Shewn To Be in Conformity with Scripture, Analogy, and the Moral Constitution of Man.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1839.

A Brief Analysis of the Tracts on Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge in the Series Called Tracts for the Times with Remarks on the Same.
Oxford: J.H. Parker; London: Rivington, 1842.

Considerations on the Position and Duty of the University of Oxford, with Reference to the Late Proceeding against the Regius Professor of Hebrew.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1843.

An Earnest Appeal to Members of the Oxford Convocation on the Proposed Assumption of Ecclesiastical Powers by the University.
London: James Burns, 1845.

Reasons for Voting against the Measures to be Proposed in Convocation at Oxford on February 13, 1845.
London: J. Burns, 1845.

University Reform: National Faith Considered in Reference to Endowments.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1851.

Is Mr. Gladstone Inconsistent with His Former Profession? A Question Respectfully Suggested to the Members of Convocation.
Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1852. [External link]

Sermons on the Sunday Historical Lessons from the Old Testament throughout the Year.
London: Parker, 1854.

Divine Judgments Manifested in the Failure of Human Counsels: A Sermon Preached on the Twenty-first Day of March, 1855.
Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1855.

Anomalies in the English Church No Just Ground for Seceding: or, the Abnormal Condition of the Church Considered with Reference to the Analogy of Scripture and History.
Oxford: J. Henry and J. Parker, 1857.

"Essays and Reviews" Considered in Relation to the Current Principles and Fallacies of the Day.
London: Saunders, Otley, 1861.

The Scribe Instructed unto the Kingdom of Heaven: A Sermon Preached in the Cathedral Church of Rochester on the Feast of St. Barnabas, 1867, at the Consecration of the Right Rev. Thomas Legh Claughton.
London: Rivingtons, 1867.

A Common Sense View of the Athanasian Creed Question.
London: Rivingtons, 1872.

A Conspectus of the Education Question Chiefly with Reference to the Proposed Repeal of the 25th Clause of the Education Act of 1870.
London: Rivingtons, 1873.

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