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Richard William Jelf


Suggestions Respecting the Neglect of the Hebrew Language as a Qualification for Holy Orders: Respectfully Addressed to Examining Chaplains, to the Clergy at large, and to Candidates for Ordination.
London: J.G. and F. Rivington, 1832.

Sermons, Doctrinal and Practical, Preached abroad.
London: J. G. and F. Rivington, 1835.

The Articles Treated on in Tract 90 Reconsidered and Their Interpretation Vindicated in a Letter to the Rev. R.W. Jelf, D.D., Canon of Christ Church, with an Appendix from Abp. Ussher on the difference between Ancient and Modern Addresses to Saints.
By Edward Bouverie Pusey.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1841. [External link]

A Letter Addressed to the Rev. R. W. Jelf, D.D., Canon of Christ Church in Explanation of Tract No. 90 in the Series Called the Tracts for the Times.
By John Henry Newman.
Oxford: J. H. Parker; London: J.G.F. and J. Rivington, 1841. [External link]

Via Media, or, the Church of England Our Providential Path between Romanism and Dissent: A Sermon Preached before the University of Oxford in Christ Church Cathedral on Sunday, Jan. 23, 1842.
Oxford: Parker, 1842.

An Inquiry into the Means of Grace, Their Mutual Connection and Combined Use with Special Reference to the Church of England, in Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford, 1844.
Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1844. [External link]

The Maintenance of the Christian Ministry of Divine Appointment: A Sermon Preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul on Thursday, May 8, 1845, at the Festival of the Sons of the Clergy together with a Report of the Committee, and an Appendix.
London: F. and J. Rivington, 1845.

Concio ad clerum provinciae Cantuariensis. In aede Paulina habita 19 die Novembr. 1847.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1847.

An Apology of the Church of England.
By John Jewel.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1849. [External link]

Grounds for Laying before the Council of King's College, London, Certain Statements Contained in a Recent Publication Entitled Theological Essays by the Rev. F.D. Maurice, M.A., Professor of Divinity in King's College.
Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1853.

Following a Multitude To Do Evil: A Sermon Delivered on Sunday Afternoon, September 9, 1855, in the Church of the Oratoire, Rue St. Honoré, Paris.
No place: no publisher, 1855.

Specific Evidence of Unsoundness in the Volume Entitled "Essays and Reviews" Submitted to the Lower House of Convocation, February 28th, 1861, on Moving an Address to the Upper House with a View to Synodical Censure.
Oxford: J.H. and James Parker; London: Rivingtons, 1861.

Triumph over Death: A Funeral Sermon.
London: J. Paul, 1863.

The Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of England Explained in a Series of Lectures.
London: Rivingtons, 1873.

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