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John Wordsworth


Bishop of Salisbury, 1885-1911

Visit of the Bishop of Salisbury to the Old Catholics of Bohemia
Foreign Church Chronicle, December, 1889.

Fragments and Specimens of Early Latin.
Clarendon Press Series, 1866.

University Sermons on Gospel Subjects.
James Parker, 1878.

The One Religion: Truth, Holiness and Peace desired by the Nations, and revealed by Jesus Christ. Eight lectures [the Bampton Lectures] (Parker & Co, Oxford, 1881)

The Gospel according to St Matthew. From the St Germain MS, g, now numbered Lat. 11553 in the National Library at Paris (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1883)

Portions of the Gospels according to St Mark and St Matthew from the Bobbio MS, k, now numbered G VII 15 in the National Library at Turin. Together with other fragments of the Gospels edited with William Sanday and Henry Julian White (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1886)

Prayers for Use in College 2nd edition (1890)

The Holy Communion. Four Visitation Addresses.
Oxford: Parker & Co, 1891. [External link]

Some Recent Teachings concerning the Eucharistic Sacrifice. Elliot Stock, London, 1892.

A Letter on the Succession of Bishops in the Church of England:
Addressed to the Most Reverend John Heykamp, Archbishop of Utrecht, and to the Bishops of Harleem and Deventer,
With the Clergy and Laity of the Old Catholic Church of Holland. (London: SPCK, 1892)

Trois lettres sur la position de l'├ęglise anglicane.
London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1894.
Salisbury: Brown & Co., 1894.

Novum Testamentum Latine, secundum editionem S Hieronymi with Rev Henry Julian White

The Four Gospels (1898)

On the Rite of Consecration of Churches, Especially in the Church of England.
A Lecture by John Wordsworth, Bishop of Salisbury (1899)

The Episcopate of Charles Wordsworth, Bishop of St Andrews.
London: Longmans & Co., 1899. [External link]

Bishop Sarapion's Prayer-Book, an Egyptian Pontifical dated probably about AD 350-356 Translated from the edition of Dr G. Wobbermin, with introduction, notes and indices (1899)

Some Points in the Teaching of the Church of England, set forth for the information of Orthodox Christians of the East, in the form of an answer to questions. London: SPCK, 1900.

The Ministry of Grace. Studies in Early Church History with reference to Present Problems.
London: Longmans & Co, 1901.

The Te Deum, Its Structure and Meaning, and Its Musical Setting and Rendering; together with a Revised Latin text, notes and translation.
London: SPCK, 1902.

Family Prayers.
Salisbury: Brown and Co., 1903.

The Acts (1904)

The Power of the Bishops to licence Laymen to Preach and Read Prayers.
A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury In Elucidation of the Report of the Joint Committee of the Convocation of Canterbury on "Readers and Sub-deacons."
London: Longmans, 1905.

The Law of the Church as to Marriage of a Man with his Deceased Wife's Sister. London: SPCK, 1908.

The Invocation of Saints and the Twenty-second Article.
London: SPCK, 1908.

Ordination Problems. London: SPCK, 1909.


The National Church of Sweden: Delivered in St. James Church, Chicago, 24-29th October, 1910.
London: A. R. Mowbray, 1911. [External link]

Unity and Fellowship. Diocesan addresses delivered in the year 1909.
London: SPCK, 1910.

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