William Upton Richards
The Church of England Leaves Her Children Free to Whom to Open Their Griefs: A Letter to the Rev. W. U. Richards.
By Edward Bouverie Pusey.
London: J. H. Parker, 1850. [External link]
The Presence of Non-Communicants: A Letter to the Rev. W. U. Richards, with Reference to a Sermon Preached by the Latter at All Saints' Church, Margaret Street.
By Edward Stuart.
London: G.J. Palmer, 1861.
The Parting of Elijah and Elisha, and the Present State of the Faithful Departed: Two Sermons Preached in Substance at All Saints' Church, Margaret Street, on Sunday, June 22, 1873, Being the Sunday after the Rev. W. Upton Richards Entered into Rest.
By George Body.
London: Joseph Masters, 1873.
A Short and Easy Catechism for the Use of Young Persons of the Church of England, Etc.
London: James Toovey, 1843.
The Life of Faith.
London: J. T. Hayes, 1860.
The Great Truths of the Christian Religion.
London: Masters, 1862.
Eucharistic Adoration Considered as an Evidence of Faith and an Impulse of Love: A Sermon Preached before the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ, on Thursday, May 31, 1866, in the Church of St. Alban the Martyr, Brook Street, Holborn.
London: Masters, 1866.