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De Hierarchia Anglicana, in collaboration with the Rev. E. Denny. Clay and Sons, 1895.
Gregory IX and Greek Ordinations. Church Historical Society, 1898.
Liturgical Interpolations. Alcuin Club Tract 3, 1898.
The Unity of the Church. SPCK, 1898.
Reservation: A Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury. Rivingtons, 1899.
The Elements of Christian Doctrine. Rivingtons, 1901.
The Use and Abuse of Isolated Facts in Controversy. SPCK, 1902.
A Handbook of Church Law. 1903.
Harnack and Loisy. Longmans, 1904.
The Wayfarer. G.J. Palmer and Sons, 1904.
The Historic Christ. Longmans, 1905.
A Bishop's Letters. Mowbray, 1908.
The Mysteries of Grace. Mowbray, 1908.
Consciousness of God: Two Lectures. Mowbray, 1909.
A Roman Diary. Longmans, 1910.
St. Giles. The Wisdom of the Simple (translator). Mowbray, 1911.
Marriage in Church and State. Robert Scott, 1912.
The Pathway of Salvation. SPCK, 1912.
Catholicity. Mowbray, 1914.
Conscience of Sin: Six Lenten Sermons. Robert Scott, 1916.
Nature and God discussed in Letters to a Questioner. SPCK, 1916.
Nature, Miracle and Sin: A Study of St. Augustine's Conception of the Natural Order. The Pringle Stuart Lectures. Longmans, 1914.
Unity and Schism. The Bishop Paddock Lectures. Mowbray, 1917.
Oxford Sermons. Mowbray, 1918.
The Universal Church: A Study in the Lambeth Call to Union. Mowbray, 1921.
St. Cyprian. Select Epistles, treating of the Episcopate. SPCK, 1922.
Byways, A Medley. Hodder and Stoughton, 1924.
Ultimate Salvation. SPCK, 1924.
The One Body and the One Spirit: A Study in the Unity of the Church. J. Clarke and Co., 1925.
The Anglo-Catholic Faith. Methuen, 1926.
Authority in the Church. Mowbray, 1928.
The Continuity of the Church of England. Church Assembly Press, 1928.
Herbert Thorndike, 1598-1672. SPCK, 1929.
The Reformation and the People. Longmans, 1929.
Essays in Positive Theology. Methuen, 1931.
The King's Book, or a Necessary Doctrine and Erudition for Any Christian Man, 1543. Introduction by T.A. Lacey. SPCK, 1932. (posthumous)
Wayfarer's Essays, with an Introduction by Sir Arnold Wilson. Oxford University Press, 1934 (posthumous)