Isaac Henry Tuttle
The Church's Ministrative Care: A Sermon Preached in St. Luke's Church, New York City, St. Luke's Day, 1851, in Behalf of the Object Then Proposed and Commenced, viz.: St. Luke's Home for Destitute Christian Females.
New York: no publisher, 1851.
Our Brethren in Every City: Brief Sketches of European and Eastern Churches.
New York: Pudney and Russell, 1855.
The Memorial of the Pure in Heart: A Sermon Preached in St. Luke's Church, New York, Advent Sunday, Dec. 2, 1860, the Day after the Funeral of Miss Elizabeth Bleecker McDonald.
New York: Printed by Her Friends at the Office of the Church Review, 1860.
Life's Points of Contact Seized upon for Their Exalted Purposes: A Sermon Preached in St. Luke's Church, New York, on Sexagesima Sunday, Jan. 31, 1864.
New York: C.S. Westcott and Co., Printers, 1864.
Semi-centennial Discourse Commemorative of Laying the Corner Stone of St. Luke's Church, Hudson Street, New York, June 4, 1871, by the Rector.
New York: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1871.