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William Lefroy


A Plea for the Old Catholic Movement; the Old Catholic and Roman Catholic Faiths Compared: Two Sermons.
London: no publisher, 1874.

Pleadings for Christ: Being Sermons, Doctrinal and Practical Preached at St Andrew's Church, Liverpool.
London: Rivingtons, 1878.

Excelsior: A Sermon Preached at the Memorial Service, on the Occasion of the funeral of the Late President Garfield, in the Pro-cathedral of St. Peter, Liverpool, September 26th, 1881.
London: J. Cornish, 1881.

The Old Landmark: Being A Sermon on the Disestablishment and Disendowment of the Church of England, etc.
London: Cornish, 1885.

The Christian Ministry: Its Origin, Constitution, Nature, and Work. A Contribution to Pastoral Theology.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1890. [External link]

The Christian's Duties and Responsibilities.
London: James Nisbet, 1891.

Certain Pressing Claims of the Present Day upon the Ministry: The Importance of Declaring "All the Counsel of God" in Public Ministrations.
London: James Nisbet, 1892.

Some memories of the Bath Abbey Mission: Being Outlines of Sermons.
Bath: Bath Chronicle, 1892.

Agoniae Christi: Neing Sermons on the Sufferings of Christ together with Others on His Nature and His Work.
London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1893.

The Bible, the Word of God: Inspired, Sufficient, Authoritative and Supreme.
Reading: J. Golder, 1896.

Early Church History: Lectures on the Lives and Times of the Christian Fathers, from the Apostolic Age to A.D. 430.
London: C.J. Thynne, 1896.

Lectures on Ecclesiastical History, Delivered in Norwich Cathedral.
London: J. Nisbet & Co., 1896. [External link]

The Immortality of Memory, and Other Sermons.
London: H. Marshall, 1898.

Christian Science contrasted with Christian Faith, and with Itself: In a Series of Sermons Preached in the Nave of Norwich Cathedral.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1903.

The Mass Vestments: Being a Speech at the Great Meeting on Queen's Hall, London, July, 1908.
London: Church Association, 1908.

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