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William Connor Magee


The Life and Correspondence of William Connor Magee, Archbishop of York, Bishop of Peterborough.
By John Cotter MacDonnell.
London: Isbister, 1896. [External links]

Volume one
Volume two

Auricular Confession and Priestly Absolution: A Lecture, Delivered in the Town Hall, Dorchester, Wednesday Evening, October 13, 1852.
London: Hatchard; Bath: R.E. Peach, 1852.

Christian Socialism; or, Many Members, One Body: A Charity Sermon February 6, 1852.
London: Hatchard and Sons, 1852.

Sermons Delivered at St. Saviour's Church, Bath.
London: Hatchard, 1852. [External link]

Talking to Tables: A Great Folly or a Great Sin, Being the Substance of a Sermon Delivered in the Octagon Chapel, Bath, on Sunday Afternoon, Sept. 25, 1853.
Bath: R.E. Peach, 1853.

A Plea for the Poor Man's Sunday: A Sermon Preached at the Octagon Chapel, Bath, on Sunday, February 3, 1856.
London: J. Hatchard; Bath: R.E. Peach, 1856.

Speech of the Rev. W.C. Magee on the Sabbath Question, Delivered in the Assembly Rooms, Bath, December 17th, 1856, in Reply to the Advocates of the Sunday League.
London: Hatchard 1856.

The Voluntary System: Can It Supply the Place of the Established Church? With Recent Facts and Statistics from America.
London: Bell and Daldy, 1860. [External link]

The Church's Fear and the Church's Hope: A Sermon, Preached in the Cathedral Church of Wells, at the Annual Meeting of the Bath and Wells Diocesan Societies, on Tuesday, October 4th, 1864.
London: Bell and Daldy, 1864. [External link]

Rebuilding the Wall in Troublous Times: A Sermon Preached at St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, on Friday, 30th November.
Dublin: Hodges, Smith, and Co., 1866.

100 Reasons against Auricular Confession and Priestly Absolution in the Church of England.
London: Masters, 1867.

Speaking Parables: A Sermon, by Dr. Magee, Dean of Cork, Preached in St. Paul's Cathedral, on Sunday Evening, March 24th, 1867.
London: James Paul, 1867.

The Breaking Net: A Sermon Preached on the Occasion of the Meeting of the Church Congress, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.
Dublin: Hodges, Smith and Foster, 1868.

The Christian Theory of the Origin of the Christian Life: A Sermon Preached in Norwich Cathedral on Sunday Morning, August 23, 1868, on the Occasion of the Meeting of the British Association.
London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1868.

Norwich Cathedral Argumentative Discourses in Defence and Confirmation of the Faith.
Norwich: Henry W. Stacy; London: Hamilton, 1871.

Our National Church: A Speech Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Hereford Diocesan Church Building Society, June 29th, 1871.
Hereford: E.K. Jakeman, 1871.

A Charge Delivered to the Clergy and Churchwardens of the Diocese of Peterborough at His Primary Visitation, October, 1872.
London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1872. [External link]

Speech Delivered in the House of Lords on Tuesday, April 21, 1874 on Moving for a Select Committee to Inquire into the Laws Relating to Patronage, Simony, and Exchange of Benefices in the Church of England.
London, Oxford, Cambridge: Rivingtons, 1874.

A Charge Delivered to the Clergy and Churchwardens of the Diocese of Peterborough, at His Second Visitation, October, 1875.
London: Daldy, Isbister, 1875. [External link]

A Charge Delivered to the Clergy and Churchwardens of the Diocese of Peterborough at His Third Visitation, October, 1878.
London: Daldy, Isbister, 1878. [External link]

The Sunday School Teacher's Work: A Sermon.
London: Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1880.

The Danger and the Evils of Disestablishment and the Duty of Churchmen at the Present Crisis.
London: Church Defence Institution, 1885. [External link]

Disestablishment and Disendowment: What They Mean, and What Must Come of Them.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1885.

Anglican Sisterhoods: Their Inestimable Value in Rescue Work among Fallen Women. A Speech of the Right Rev. the Bishop of Peterborough, at the County Assembly Rooms, Leicester, on the 15th of April, 1886.
Torquay: The Directory Office, 1886. [External link]

Rank and Degree in Church: Correspondence between the Archbishop of York and the Churchwardens of St Mary's, Beverley.
Beverley: Green and Son, 1887.

Growth in Grace, and Other Sermons.
London: Isbister, 1891.

Speeches and Addresses.
London: Isbister, 1893. [External link]

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