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William Edward Heygate


Probatio Clerica; or, Aids in Self-examination to Candidates for Holy Orders.
London: John Ollivier, 1845. [External link]

Friday Devotions, or Prayers and Exercises in Historical Order.
London: no publisher, 1846.

The House of Spirits: An Allegory.
London: W.J. Cleaver, 1846. [External link]

Godfrey Davenant: A Tale of School Life.
London: Joseph Masters and James Burns, 1847. [External link]

William Blake, or, The English Farmer.
London: Joseph Masters, 1848. [External link]

Godfrey Davenant at College.
London: Joseph Masters, 1849.

The Wedding Gift; or, A Devotional Manual for the Married, or Those Intending To Marry.
London: Francis and John Rivington, 1850. [External link]

The Care of the Soul; or, Sermons upon Some Points of Christian Prudence.
London: Rivington, 1851.

Pierre Poussin, or, The Thought of Christ's Presence.
London; Skeffington and Southwell, 1851. [External link]

Ellen Meyrich, Or, False Excuses.
New York: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, and Church Book Society, 1854.

The Evening of Life, or, Meditations and Devotions for the Aged.
London: Joseph Masters, 1856. [External link]

Ember Hours.
London: Masters, 1857. [External link]

Sir Henry Appleton or, Essex during the Great Rebellion.
London: J.T. Hayes, 1857. [External link]

Catholic Antidotes.
London: Joseph Masters, 1858. [External link]

The Doctrines of Original Sin and the Trinity Discussed in a Correspondence between a Clergyman of the Episcopal Church in England, and a Layman of Boston.
Boston: J.H. Eastburn's Press, 1859. [External link]

The Scholar and the Trooper; or, Oxford during the Great Rebellion.
Oxford: John Henry and James Parker, 1859. [External link]

Alice of Fobbing: Or, The Times of Jack Straw and Wat Tyler.
Oxford: J. Henry and J. Parker, 1860.

The Manual Adapted for General Use.
London: Joseph Masters, 1861.

Consider the Consequences; or, an Entreaty Not To Make Any Change in the Prayer Book without the Consent of the Church.
London: John Masters, 1867.

The Fugitive, and Other Poems.
London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1870. [External link]

The Eucharist: On Its Types, and Other Like Subjects.
London: J.T. Hayes, 1874. [External link]

Tales for a Bible Class of Girls.
London: Skeffington, 1875. [External link]

Short Tales for Lads of a Bible Class or Night School.
London: W. Skeffington and Son, 1876. [External link]

In Memory of Henry Tritton. The Work of God: A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of St. Nicholas College, Lancing, on Speech Day, July, 26, 1877, and Published at the Request of the Provost and Fellows of the Society.
London: no publisher, 1877.

Why I Am a Churchman: The Sequel to Why I Am a Christian.
London: W. Skeffington and Son, 1877. [External link]

Alfie the Street Boy, or, Hardly Won.
London and Oxford: A.R. Mowbray, 1878.

The Tractarians and the Ritualists.
London: Church Printing Co., 1880.

The Brothers, and Other Stories.
London and Oxford: A.R. Mowbray, 1881. [External link]

Sudden Death, and Other Stories.
London and Oxford: A.R. Mowbray, 1881. [External link]

Mutual Appreciation. Eirenikon. An Address Given in St. Thomas' Church Newport, I.W., May 15 1883.
London: no publisher, 1883.

The Good Shepherd; or, Meditations for the Clergy upon the Example and Teaching of Christ.
London: Rivingtons, 1884. [External link]

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