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John Wickham Legg


A Guide to the Examination of the Urine, Intended Chiefly for Clinical Clerks and Students.
London: H. K. Lewis, 1870. [External link]

A Treatise on Haemophilia, Sometimes Called the Hereditary Haemorrhagic Diathesis.
London: Lewis, 1872.

On the Bile, Jaundice and Bilious Diseases.
New York: Appleton, 1880. [External link]

Are the Sarum Colours Lawful in the Diocese of London?
London: Printed for the author by J.S. Leslie, 1881.

Notes on the History of the Liturgical Colours.
London: J. S. Leslie, 1882.

Some Account of Cardiac Aneurysms.
London: Churchill, 1884.

On an Early Sequence of Liturgical Colours.
London: J. R. Smith, 1887.

The Divine Service in the Sixteenth Century, Illustrated by the Reform of the Breviary of the "Humiliati" in 1548.
London: Alabaster, Passmore and Sons, 1890.

Missale ad usum Ecclesie Westmonasteriensis.
London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1891. [External links]

Volume one
Volume two
Volume three

Some Imitations of "Te Deum."
London: Alabaster, Passmore and Sons, 1891.

The Black Scarf of Modern Church Dignitaries and the Grey Almuce of Mediaeval Canons.
London: Printed for the S. Paul's Ecclesiological Society by Alabaster, Passmore, and Sons, 1892.

A Comparative Study of the Time, in the Christian Liturgy, at Which the Elements are Prepared and Set on the Holy Table.
London: Alabaster, Passmore and Sons, 1892.

Notes on the Marriage Service in the Book of Common Prayer of 1549.
London: Printed for the S. Paul's Ecclesiological Society by Alabaster, Passmore, and Sons, 1894.

The Sacring of the English Kings: A Paper Read before the Royal Archaeological Institute, at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday, July 12th, 1893.
London: Harrison and Sons, 1894.

Notes on the Day Assigned to St. Cyprian of Carthage in the Prayer Book Calendar.
London: Printed by Harrison and Sons, 1896.

The Scottish Liturgy.
London: Harrison and Sons, 1897.

On Two Unusual Forms of Linen Vestments.
London: Harrison and Sons, 1898.

An Account in English of the Anointing of the First King of Prussia in 1701.
London: Harrison and Sons, 1899.

The Processional of the Nuns of Chester, Edited from a Manuscript in the Possession of the Earl of Ellesmere at Bridgewater House.
London: Harrison, 1899. [External link]

Some Principles and Services of the Prayer-Book Historically Considered.
London: Rivingtons, 1899.

Three Coronation Orders.
London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1900. [External link]

Inventories of Christchurch Canterbury, with Historical and Topographical Introductions and Illustrative Documents.
Westminster: Archibald Constable, 1902. [External link]

The Clerk's Book of 1549.
London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1903. [External link]

Three Chapters in Recent Liturgical Research: An Address Delivered at Sion College, on December 10, 1902, at the Annual Meeting of the Church Historical Society.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1903.

Essays on Ceremonial.
London: The De La More Press, 1904. [External link]

Tracts on the Mass.
London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1904. [External link]

Ecclesiological Essays.
London: The De La More Press, 1905. [External link]

Papal Faculties Allowing Food before Communion, Edited, with an Introduction, and Notes.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1905.

The Second Recension of the Quignon Breviary, Following an Edition Printed at Antwerp in 1537 and Collated with Twelve Other Editions, to Which Is Prefixed a Handlist of Editions of the First and Second Recensions.
London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1908. [External links]

Volume one
Volume two

The Proposed Revision of the Prayer Book Considered in Three Letters to a Fellow Churchman in London.
Oxford: James Parker, 1909.

The Popular Use of the Athanasian Creed: An Examination of Some Prevalent Opinions.
London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1910.

English Orders for Consecrating Churches in the Seventeenth Century, together with Forms for the Consecration of Churchyards, the First Stone of a Church, the Reconciliation of a Church and the Consecration of Altar Plate.
London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1911. [External link]

Shall We Revise the Prayerbook? A Question Answered in the Negative.
London: Moring, 1911.

English Church Life from the Restoration to the Tractarian Movement, Considered in Some of Its Neglected Or Forgotten Features.
London and New York: Longmans, Green, 1914. [External link]

Cranmer's Liturgical Projects.
London: Harrison, 1915. [External link]

On the Retention of the Word Obey in the Marriage Service of the Book of Common Prayer: A Liturgical Consultation, Addressed to the Bishop of Oxford, and Written before the First of August, 1914.
London: Wells Gardner, Darton and Co, 1915.

The Sarum Missal, Edited from Three Early Manuscripts.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1916.

Some Vindications of the Book of Common Prayer Appearing in Unexpected Quarters.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1916.

Church Ornaments and Their Civil Antecedents.
Cambridge University Press, 1917. [External link]

Essays Liturgical and Historical.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1917. [External link]

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