A Lesson of Three Diverse Lives and the Lesson of Their Combined Memorial, being the Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the Remodelled Chancel of S. Stephen's Church, Providence, on the Feast of S. Stephen, 1883.
Providence, R.I., J.A. & R.A. Reid, 1884.
The Eternal Priesthood of Our Lord, and Its Relations to the Priesthood of Men, before and since the Passion: A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of Herbert Lincoln Mitchell.
New York: James Pott & Co., 1889.
Sermon Preached at the Bishop Hopkins Hall at the Opening of the School Year 1890-91.
Montpelier, Vermont: Argus and Patriot Print, 1891.
The Post-apostolic Age.
New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1898.
Tables Illustrating the Transmission of the Episcopate in English and American Lines by the Space of twelve hundred years showing one actual Line of Succession from Stigand, Archbishop of Canterbury, Cons. 1043, to Charles Tyler Olmstead, Bishop Coadjutor of Central New York, 211th Bishop in the American Line.
New York: Edwin S. Gorham, 1903.
Steadfastness and Brightness: A Sermon Preached in S. John's Church, Wilkinsonville, Massachusetts on Sunday, May 21, 1905 at a Memorial Eucharist for Mrs. James Fletcher Whitin.
Cambridge: Merrymount Press, 1905. [External link]
God's Balance of Faith and Freedom, being the Mary Fitch Page Lectures at the Berkeley Divinity School, 1910.
Milwaukee: Young Churchman, 1911.
The Reformation Principles of S. Stephen the Martyr, and Fifty Years of a Reform after S. Stephen's Pattern: A Sermon Preached in S. Stephen's Church, Providence, R.I.
Providence: Standard Printing Company, 1912.
William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury and Martyr: A Lecture Delivered before the Students of the General Theological Seminary, New York, February 6, 1912.
New York: Published by the Students, 1912. [External link]
A Sermon Commemorative of the Reverend James Brainard Goodrich, Preached in S. James's Church, Burkehaven, N.H., on Sunday, July 6, 1913.
Concord, New Hampshire: Rumford Press, 1913.
The Revelation of S. John.
Hanover, New Hampshire: Rumford Press, 1915. [External link]
Considerations on Two Fundamental Principles of the Anglican Reformation, with Preliminary Observations on Certain Characteristic Failures of Different Forms of Christianity: An Open Letter to George C. Foley.
New York: E.S. Gorham, 1916.
The Primitive Tradition of the Eucharistic Body and Blood.
New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1919. [External link]