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The Jerusalem Bishopric

Statement of Proceedings relating to the Establishment of a Bishopric of the United Church of England and Ireland in Jerusalem.
London: Rivingtons, 1841.

The Bishopric of the United Church of England and Ireland at Jerusalem, considered in a letter to a Friend.
By James R. Hope.
London: Stewart, 1841.

A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the Lord Bishop of the United Church of England and Ireland in Jerusalem.
By Alexander McCaul.
London: Wertheim, 1841.

Aids to Reflection on the Seemingly Double Character of the Established Church, with Reference to the Foundation of a 'Protestant Bishopric' at Jerusalem.
By William Palmer [M]
London: Rivington, 1841.

Reasons for Contributing towards the Support of an English Bishop at Jerusalem.
By Walter Farquhar Hook.
London: Rivingtons, 1842.

Examination of an Announcement made in the Prussian State Gazette, concerning 'The Relations of the Bishop of the United Church of England and Ireland in Jerusalem,' with 'The German Congregation of the Evangelical Religion in Palestine.'
By William Palmer [M]
London: Rivingtons, 1842.

L'évêché évangélique à Jérusalem: Exposé historique avec documents, traduit de l'allemand par A. de Mestral.
Paris: L-R Delay, 1843.

A Vindication of the Proceedings Relative to the Mission of Bishop Alexander to Jerusalem.
By Arthur Philip Perceval.
London: Rivingtons, 1843.

From Cardinal Newman, by Richard H. Hutton

Chapter 8. Advancing Estrangements--Tract 90, and the Jerusalem Bishopric [external link]

From Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey, by Henry Parry Liddon, D.D.

Chapter 3. The Jerusalem Bishopric--Bishop Gobat's Appointment--Schemes for Extension of University Education--Illness at Tenby.

Chapter 27. Visit to Ireland--The Jerusalem Bishopric--The Poetry Professorship--Friendly Remonstrances

From Life and Letters of Henry Parry Liddon, by John Octavius Johnston, M.A.

Chapter XII. The Controversy about the Jerusalem Bishopric.

A Tract for the Church in Jerusalem: The Right to Make Proselytes from the Eastern Churches, on True Catholic Principle Considered in a Letter of Friendly Remonstrance to the Editor of the Church Journal
By John Henry Hopkins
Burlington: Stacy and Jameson, Printers, 1854.

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