Pastoral Epistle from His Holiness the Pope to Some Members of the University of Oxford.
London: B. Fellowes, 1836.
Letter on Christian Union, Addressed to the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
By Francis Patrick Kenrick.
Philadelphia: Eugene Cummiskey, 1841.
A Letter to the Hon. and Rev. George Spencer on the Oxford Movement in the United States
Formerly a Member of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
New York: Casserley and Sons, 1842.
Apostacy: A Sermon, in Reference to a Late Event at S. Paul's, Knightsbridge, Preached on the Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity, 1847.
By William James Early Bennett.
London: W.J. Cleaver, 1847.
Our Duty under Recent Perversions to the Church of Rome.
A Sermon, preached at Christ Church, St Lawrence, on Sunday, the 27th February, 1848.
The Novelty and Nullity of the Papal Dogma of the Immaculate Conception:
A Sermon Preached in Grace Church, Baltimore, on Sunday, March 25, 1855, being the Festival of the Annunciation B.V.M.
By Arthur Cleveland Coxe.
Baltimore: James S. Waters, 1855.
Christ and Not the Virgin Mary, the Head of the New Creation
A Sermon, Preached in Mount Calvary Church, Baltimore, on the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary; (Being the Fifth Sunday in Lent,) March 25th, 1855.
By Cornelius Edwin Swope.
Baltimore: Joseph Robinson, 1855.
The Blessed Virgin Vindicated
A Sermon, Preached in St. Luke's Church, Baltimore, on Sunday, March 25th, 1855, the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
By Charles Woodruff Rankin
Baltimore: Joseph Robinson, 1855.
Rome--Her New Dogma and Our Duties: A Sermon, preached before the University, at St. Mary's Church, Oxford, on the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1855.
By Samuel Wilberforce
Oxford and London: John Henry Parker, 1855.
Pope Pius IV. and the Book of Common Prayer.
By E. C. Harington.
Exeter and Liverpool: A. Holden, 1856.
London: F. & J. Rivington, 1856.
Papers and Correspondence of the Joint Committee on the Italian Reform Movement.
New York: James Pott, 1866.
What Is Doing in Furtherance of Church Reformation in Italy?
A Letter to the Right Rev. the Bishop of Pennsylvania.
By the Rev. Lewis M. Hogg, M.A.
London: Rivingtons, 1867.
The Comedy of Convocation in the English Church, in Two Scenes.
Edited by Archdeacon Chasuble, D.D. [Attributed to Arthur Featherstone Marshall]
New York: The Catholic Publication Society, 1868.
Union with Rome.
Five Afternoon Lectures Preached in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street.
By the Rev. Albany J. Christie of the Society of Jesus.
London: Burns, Oates and Company, 1869.
The 'Old Catholics' at Cologne: A Sketch in Three Scenes
By Herr Fröhlich [Attributed to Arthur Featherstone Marshall]
New York: James A. McGee, 1873.
Church Reform Movement at Rome: The Italian Catholic Church. Conte Enrico di Campello and Monsignore Giambattista Savarese.
By Charles Rankin Conybeare.
Winchester: Printed by Jacob and Johnson, Hants Chronicle Office, 1884.
Felix Dupanloup, Bishop of Orleans.
By Maria Trench
London: J. Masters, 1890.
Early Ritualism in America
Reminiscences of Edgar P. Wadhams, First Bishop of Ogdensburg
By the Rev. C.A. Walworth
New York: Christian Press Association, 1893.
Trois lettres sur la position de l'église anglicane.
By John Wordsworth.
London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1894.
Salisbury: Brown & Co., 1894.
Archbishop Wake and the Project of Union (1717-1720) between the Gallican and Anglican Churches.
By Joseph Hirst Lupton.
London: G. Bell; Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, 1896. [External link]
Saepius Officio. Answer of the Archbishops of England to the Apostolic Letter of Pope Leo XIII. Addressed to the whole body of Bishops of the Catholic Church.
Bossuet's Interest in the Church of England
By W. J. Sparrow Simpson
From American Church Quarterly volume 26, 1929.
William McGarvey and the Open Pulpit: An Intimate History of a Celibate Movement in the Episcopal Church, and of Its Collapse, 1870-1908.
By Edward Hawks, Priest of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Philadelphia: The Dolphin Press, 1935.
Recollections of Malines
By Walter Frere, C.R.
London: The Centenary Press, 1935
I. The Preliminaries
II. The First Conversation
III. The Second Conversation
IV. The Third Conversation
V. The Interval
VI. The Fourth Conversation
VII. The Final Conversations
I. Outline of Points
II. Cardinal Mercier on the Papacy
III. Speech of the Archbishop of Canterbury
IV. A Memorandum
V. From the Archbishop's Letter to Anglican Metropolitans
VI. Cardinal Mercier's Pastoral
VII. Paper of Bishop Gore