Missionary Fanaticism Opposed to Christian Zeal: A Discourse Delivered in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, February 24, 1839, the Festival of St. Matthias with Explanatory Notes.
New York: Louis Sherman, at the Protestant Episcopal Press, 1839.
Missionary Failures, the Reason for Renovated Exertions: A Sermon, Delivered in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, on Sunday, March 15th, A.D. 1840, on Occasion of a Collection for the Benefit of St. Mary's Church, Wallabout.
Brooklyn: no printer, 1840.
Church Union: A Discourse delivered in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, New York, on the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, Jan. 18th, A.D. 1846.
Brooklyn: I. Van Anden, 1846.
Difference Between the Church and Dissent: A Discourse Delivered in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, New York, on the Evening of the Second Sunday in Advent, December 6th, A.D. 1846.
New York: Stanford and Swords, 1846.
The Communion of Saints: A Discourse Delivered in St. Michael's Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., on Sunday, the 26th of March, A.D. 1848.
Brooklyn: I. Van Anden, 1848.
The Cause and Evils of Sectarianism: A Discourse, Preached on the Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity, A.D. 1852, in St. Michael's Church, Brooklyn.
New-York: Pudney & Russell, 1853.
Duty to the Church: An Address to Those Persons Residing in Brooklyn and Its Vicinity, Who Have Heretofore Belonged to the Church in Any Part of the British Dominions.
Brooklyn: Van Anden's Steam Presses, 1846.
Liturgical Worship: The Substance of Two Discourses Preached in St. Michael's Church, Brooklyn, on the 20th and 21st Sundays after Trinity, A.D., 1859.
Brooklyn: W. H. Babcock, 1859.