Life of the Right Reverend George Gleig, Bishop of Brechin and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
By William Walker.
Edinburgh: David Douglas. [External link]
Letters Containing an Apology for the Episcopal Church in Scotland.
London: G. Robinson, T. Cadell, and T. Payne, 1787.
God's Judgements on the Nations Vindicated: A Sermon, Preached in the Episcopal Chapel in Stirling, on the 26th Feb. 1795, Being the Day Appointed by His Majesty for National Fasting and Humiliation.
Edinburgh: Printed for N.R. Cheyne; and sold by F. and C. Rivington, London, 1795.
A Short Account of the Life and Opinions of Archibald Earl of Kellie.
Edinburgh: Printed by John Brown, 1797.
The Love of Mankind in General, Springing out of Natural Affection and the Love of Our Country, the Proper Return for Mercies Vouchsafed to This Nation. A Sermon Preached in the Episcopal Chapel, Stirling, on Thursday, Nov. 28. 1798, Being the Day Appointed for General Thanksgiving to Almighty God.
Edinburgh: Printed for Peter Hill, 1799.
A Charge Delivered at Stonehaven on Tuesday the 23rd of August, 1809, to the Clergy of the Episcopal Communion of Brechin.
Edinburgh: John Brown, 1809.
A Critique on the Poems of Robert Burns.
Edinburgh: Printed by J. Brown, for Bell and Bradfute, 1812. [External link]
Observations on Some of the Characteristic Doctrines of the Gospel: A Charge Delivered in June 1819, to the Clergy of the Episcopal Communion of Brechin.
Edinburgh: Printed for Bell and Bradfute, 1819.
Observations on Some Prevalent Modes of Contending for the Faith once Delivered to the Saints: A Charge Delivered in July 1822, to the Clergy of the Episcopal Communion of Brechin.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: T. Cadell, 1822.
Directions for the Study of Theology in a Series of Letters from a Bishop to His Son on His Admission into Holy Orders.
London: T. Cadell, 1827. [External link]
The Constitution of the Scotch Episcopal Church, Concisely Stated in a Charge, Delivered in August, 1829 to the Clergy of the Episcopal Communion of Brechin.
Stirling: C.J.G. and F. Rivington, 1829.