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Charles Lindley Wood, Lord Halifax
1839-1934


Lord Halifax: A Tribute
By Sidney Dark.
Milwaukee: Morehouse Publishing, 1934.

Charles Lindley, Viscount Halifax.
London: The Catholic Literature Association, 1933.

Travels in America: Aelred Carlyle, His American "Allies," and Anglican Benedictine Monasticism
By the Reverend Rene Kollar, O.S.B [pdf format]

The Viscount Halifax (Charles Lindley Wood) and the Transformation of Lay Authority in the Church of England (1865-1910)
By Ronald B. Young
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Sacred Theology
The General Theological Seminary, New York, March, 2003 [pdf format]

Resources on the English Church Union

The History of the English Church Union, 1859-1894
by the Rev. G. Bayfield Roberts
London: Church Printing, 1895.

By Halifax

Proposed Legislation on the Prayer Book: A Memorial to Convocation. 
London: English Church Union, 1872.

Priest, Sacrifice, and Altar.
London: G.J. Palmer, 1873.

Substance of An Address delivered at the Ordinary Meeting of the English Church Union on December 10, 1874.
London: English Church Union, 1874.

The President's Address to the Ordinary Meeting of the English Church Union, on Thursday, December 9, 1875.
London: English Church Union, 1875.

Address of the President at the Annual Meeting of the English Church Union, on Tuesday, June 13, 1876.
London: English Church Union, 1876.

Substance of an Address delivered at the Annual Meeting of the English Church Union, Held at Freemason's Tavern, on June 14, 1877.
London: English Church Union Office, 1877. [External link]

An Address delivered at the Annual Meeting of the English Church Union held in the Freemason's Tavern, on Tuesday, June 18, 1878.
London: English Church Union, 1878.

The Just Limits of Comprehensiveness in the National Church: A Paper Read on Wednesday, October 2, 1878, before the Sheffield Church Congress.
London: English Church Union, 1878.

On the Doctrine of the Real Presence: Correspondence between the Earl of Redesdale and the Honourable Charles L. Wood.
London: John Murray, 1879. [External link]

The Present Position and Future Prospects of the English Church Union: An Address delivered at the Twenty-first Anniversary Meeting, Held in the Freemason's Tavern on Wednesday, June 9, 1880.
London: English Church Union, 1880.

An Address at the Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the English Church Union on Tuesday, June 13, 1882.
London: English Church Union, 1882.

The Tendencies of the Age in Relation to the Development of Religion and Unbelief.
London: Offices of the English Church Union, 1883.

The Report of the Commission on Ecclesiastical Courts: A Letter to the Members and Associates of the English Church Union.
London: English Church Union, 1884.

Address Delivered by the Hon. Charles L. Wood, President of the E.C.U.
at the Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Union, held at Freemason's Tavern, June 10th, 1885.
London: English Church Union, 1885.

The English Church Union: A Letter to the Members and Associates.
London: English Church Union Office, 1886.

The Proceedings against the Lord Bishop of Lincoln.
London: English Church Union Office, 1889.

The Reunion of Christendom.
London: English Church Union, 1895.

The Expediency of Allowing within Limits a Variety of Uses in the Same Church: A Paper read at the Church Congress, Nottingham, September, 1897.
London: Bemrose and Sons, 1897.

The Agitation against the Oxford Movement.
London: English Church Union, 1899. [External link]

The Rights of the Church of England under the Reformation Settlement: A Letter to the Lord Bishop of Winchester.
London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1899.

Proposals for Mutual Explanation: Eucharistic Doctrine. An Address Delivered by Viscount Halifax President of E.C.U. At the Annual Meeting at the Church House on June 21st, 1900.
London: Office of the English Church Union, 1900.

The English Church Union: Its Future Viewed in the Light of Its Past. An Address Delivered by Viscount Halifax President of E.C.U. Aa the Annual Meeting at the Church House on June 20th, 1901.
London: Office of the English Church Union, 1901.

Catholic Unity and the Relation of National Churches to the Church Universal: An Address Delivered at the Church House, Westminster, on the Forty-third Anniversary of E.C.U., June 12, 1902.
London: Office of the English Church Union, 1902.

Dangers Which Threaten the Catholic Revival. The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council: Two Addresses.
London: Offices of the English Church Union, 1911.

Leo XIII and Anglican Orders.
London and New York: Longmans, Green, 1912. [External link]

Dislocation of the Canon: Address delivered by Viscount Halifax at the Annual Meeting of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, Tuesday, 27th June, 1916.
London: Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, 1916.

"Raymond:" Some Criticisms. A Lecture Given at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, February 14, 1917, with the addition of a Preface by Viscount Halifax.

Reservation of the Blessed Sacrament: The Presidential Address at the Fifty-eighth Anniversary of the English Church Union, on Tuesday, the 19th of June, 1917.
London: Office of the English Church Union, 1917.

Further Considerations on Behalf of Reunion. With Appendices, including a full account of the visit to Paris in 1896 for Conferences on Reunion.
Milwaukee: Morehouse, 1923.

Reunion and the Roman Primacy
London and Oxford: A. R. Mowbray, [1925]
Milwaukee: Morehouse, [1925]

Catholic Reunion: A Paper. 
London: Mowbray, 1926.
Milwaukee: Morehouse, 1926.

The Good Estate of the Catholic Church.
New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1930.

Some Reasons for Desiring the Use of the Liturgy of 1549.
London: Mowbray, 1932.
Milwaukee: Morehouse, 1932.

Lord Halifax's Ghost Book: A Collection of Stories of Haunted Houses, Apparitions, and Supernatural Occurrences.
London: G. Bles 1936.


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