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Richard Hooker Wilmer


Richard Hooker Wilmer, Second Bishop of Alabama.
By Walter C. Whitaker
Philadelphia: G.W. Jacobs & Co., 1907. [External link]

The Consecration of Bishop Wilmer of Alabama in 1862: A Paper read before the Church Historical Society at its meeting in Philadelphia, May 26, 1919.
By Marcus Benjamin, Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D.
No place: no publisher, 1919.


Future Good the Explanation of Present Reverses: A Sermon Preached at Mobile and sundry other Points in the State of Alabama during the spring of 1864.
Charlotte, North Carolina: Protestant Episcopal Church Publishing Association, 1864.

In Memoriam: A Sermon in Commemoration of the Life and Labors of the Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, late Bishop of Georgia, Delivered in Christ Church, Savannah, Ga., on Sunday, January 27, 1867.
Mobile, Alabama: Farrow and Dennett, 1867.

A Sermon in St. John's Church, Savannah, April 2d, 1868, at the Consecration of the Rt. Rev. John W. Beckwith, D.D., Bishop of Georgia.
Savannah: Edward J. Purse, 1868.

The Increase of the Ministry: Annual Sermon Preached before the Society for the Increase of the Ministry, in Grace Church, Baltimore, Md., Sunday Evening, Oct. 8, 1871.
Hartford: Church Press, 1871.

The Lord's Day. A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of Alabama, Delivered in Trinity Church, Demopolis, before the Convention of Said Diocese, May 9, 1878.
Mobile, Alabama: H. Farrow, Printer, 1878.

The Recent Past from a Southern Standpoint: Reminiscences of a Grandfather.
New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1887. [External link]

Guide Marks for Young Churchmen.
New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1889.

The Maintenance of Church Principles Not Only Consistent with, but Demanded by Christian Charity.
Jacksonville, Florida: The Church Year Pub. Co., 1889.

What Christ, the Lord Approves: Confession of Sin, not Profession of Religion as Illustrated in the Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama: Church Record, 1898.

"The sin which doth most easily beset us" and the Remedy: A Tractate for the Lenten Season.
Mobile, Alabama: George Matzenger's Print., 1898.

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