Jeremy Collier, 1650-1726
George Hickes, 1642-1715
Thomas Ken, 1637-1711
William Sancroft, 1617-1693
Nathaniel Spinckes, 1653-1727
The Confinement of the Seven Bishops.
[London: no publisher, 1688]
A Vindication of Their Majesties Authority to Fill the Sees of the Deprived Bishops
By Edward Stillingfleet
London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1691.
The Unreasonableness of a Separation from the New Bishops
Or, A Treatise out of Ecclesiastical History, Shewing, That although a Bishop was unjustly deprived, neither He nor the Church ever made a Separation; if the Successor was not a Heretic.
Translated out of an ancient Greek Manuscript in the Public Library at Oxford, by Humphrey Hody, B.D. Fellow of Wadham College.
London: Printed by J. Heptinstall, 1691.
Of Christian Communion
By John Kettlewell
London: no publisher, 1693.
Reasons for Restoring Some Prayers and Directions as They Stand in the Communion Service of the First English Reformed Liturgy
By Jeremy Collier
London: Bettenham, 1718.
Of the Three High-Churches in England.
From The Independent Whig (London), Number LI, December 31, 1720.
Jacobite and Nonjuring Principles Freely Examined in a Letter to the Master-tool of the Faction at Manchester with Remarks on Some Part of a Book Lately Published, Intitled, a Christian Catechism, &c. said to be wrote by Dr. Deacon.
By J. Owen.
Manchester: R. Whitworth, 1742. [External link]
A Letter from an Old Friend, to the Congregation of the Chapel at Old Deer
[By John Skinner, Bishop of Aberdeen]
Aberdeen: Printed by J. Chalmers and Co., 1798.
The Lives of the Seven Bishops Committed to the Tower in 1688
Enriched and Illustrated with Personal Letters, Now First Published, from the Bodleian Library.
By Agnes Strickland
London: Bell and Daldy, 1866.
Life and Writings of Charles Leslie, M.A., Nonjuring Divine
By R. J. Leslie.
London: Rivingtons, 1885.
The Orthodox Church of the East in the Eighteenth Century: Being the Correspondence between the Eastern Patriarchs and the Nonjuring Bishops.
By George Williams.
William Law's Defence of Church Principles: Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor, 1717-1719. Edited by J.O. Nash and Charles Gore.
A Biography of Thomas Deacon, the Manchester Non-Juror.
By Henry Broxap.
Manchester: University Press, 1911. [External link]
By S. L. Ollard
From S.L. Ollard and Gordon Crosse, eds. A Dictionary of English Church History
London: Mowbray and Co., Ltd, 1912, pages 411-414.
The Non-Jurors and the Eastern Orthodox
By H. W. Langford, Vice-Principal, St Chad's College, Durham.
A Paper Read to the Fellowship of St Alban and St Sergius Conference at Durham 26 June 1965