John William Burgon
John William Burgon, Late Dean of Chichester: A Biography with Extracts from His Letters and Early Journals.
By Edward Meyrick Goulburn.
London: John Murray, 1892.
The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham.
London: R. Jennings, 1839.
Petra, a Poem.
Oxford: F. MacPherson, 1846.
Fifty Cottage Prints from Sacred Subjects, Designed by the Most Celebrated English, German, and Old Masters, Intended Chiefly for Distribution amongst the Poor, and Rewards to Sunday-school Children.
London: Hering and Remington, 1851.
A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels Intended Chiefly for Devotional Reading.
London: John Henry and James Parker, 1859-1860.
Inspiration and Interpretation: Seven Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford.
London: John Henry and James Parker, 1861.
The Lambeth Conference and the Encyclical. A Sermon Preached at St. Mary-the-Virgin's, Oxford, on the Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity, (Oct. 20th), 1867, after Publicly Reading, by Command of the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, the Pastoral Address of the Archbishops, Bishops, Metropolitans, and Presiding Bishops Assembled at the Lambeth Conference.
Oxford and London: James Parker and Co., 1867.
Ninety-one Short Sermons for Family Reading Following the Course of the Christian Seasons: Second Series.
Oxford: James Parker, 1867.
The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel according to S. Mark Vindicated against Recent Critical Objectors and Established.
Oxford and London: James Parker and Co., 1871. [External link]
An Unitarian Reviser of our Authorized Version, Intolerable: An Earnest Remonstrance and Petition Addressed to Charles John Ellicott, D.D., Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol.
Oxford and London: J. Parker and Co., 1872.
Plea for the Study of Divinity in Oxford.
Oxford: J. Parker and Co., 1875.
The Late Vicar of S. Mary's in Explanation: A Few Words on the Lodging-house Question, in a Letter to the Vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford.
Oxford: James Parker and Co., 1876.
Nehemiah, a Pattern to Builders: Counsels on the Recommencement of the Academical Year.
Oxford and London: James Parker and Co., 1878.
The Servants of Scripture.
London: SPCK, 1879.
The Disestablishment of Religion in Oxford, the Betrayal of a Sacred Trust: Words of Warning to the University: A Sermon.
Oxford: Parker and Co., 1880.
Divergent Ritual: Remarks on "The Address for toleration." A Letter to His Grace, the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.
London: Rivington, 1881.
The Revision Revised: Three Articles from the Quarterly Review.
London: J. Murray, 1883. [External link]
To Educate Young Women Like Young Men, and with Young Men, a Thing Inexpedient and Immodest: A Sermon Preached before the University of Oxford in the Chapel of New College on Trinity Sunday (June 10th 1884).
Oxford: Parker and Co., 1884.
The Lives of Twelve Good Men.
London: J. Murray, 1888. [External links]
The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels, Being the Sequel to the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels.
London: George Bell; Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, 1896.
May Morning on Magdalen Tower.
Oxford: Alden and Co., Limited, no date.