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Historical Resources on Saint Clement's Church, Philadelphia

Historical material from Philadelphia Studies [external link] 

S. Clement's Quarterly from Philadelphia Studies [external link]  

Worship: A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia, on Tuesday, April 12th, 1864 to Which is Prefixed a Sketch of St. Clement's Church.
By Edward Abiel Washburn.
Philadelphia: King & Baird, 1865.

The National Sacrifice: A Sermon Preached on the Sunday before the Death of the President; and Two Addresses, on the Sunday and Wednesday Following, in St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia.
By Treadwell Walden, the Rector.
Philadelphia: Sherman and Co., 1865.

Extracts from the Minutes of the Vestry of St. Clement’s Church, in the City of Philadelphia. Made in accordance with a resolution passed February 23, 1871.
Philadelphia: King and Baird, Printers, 1871.

St. Clement's Church Case: A Complete Account of the Proceedings in the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Philadelphia in Equity before the Honorable James R. Ludlow, one of the judges of said Court, to restrain the Vestry of St. Clement's Church from dismissing the Rector and Assistant Minister without a Trial, and against the Protest of the Congregation of said Church together with an Appendix Containing Statements of Similar Cases in New Jersey, Michigan, Massachusetts and Maryland.
Philadelphia: Bourquin and Welsh, 1871.

Correspondence, Etc. between Wm. Bacon Stevens, Bishop of Pennsylvania, and Theodore M. Riley, Rector of St. Clement's Church, Corner of Twentieth and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia: No publisher, 1873.

Pennsylvania Protestant Episcopalianism Not the Religion of the Bible and Prayer Book:
A Reply to the Rev. C. G. Currie, D.D., Rector of St. Luke's Church, Philadelphia
By Henry Flanders
Philadelphia: James McCauley, 1878.

Report of the Committee of Inquiry Appointed by the Convention of the Diocese of Pennsylvania in the Matter of St. Clement's Church.
Philadelphia: Burk & Partridge, 1879.

Is Fairness in Religious Controversy Impossible?
A Letter to the Rev. Daniel R. Goodwin, D.D., LL.D.,
Philadelphia: James McCauley, 1879.

The Charges against the Rector of St. Clement's Protestant Episcopal Church, in Philadelphia, together with his Statement, Explanation, Protest, and Arguments of Counsel.
Philadelphia: Times Printing House, 1879.

A Letter from the Rev. E. B. Pusey, D.D.
Evangelist House, S. Clement's, Phil., 1879.

St. Clement's Pulpit. Sermon Series: No. 8. The Image of God in Man. A Sermon Preached (in substance) in St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia, At the Night Service, on the Second Sunday in Lent, March 9, 1884.
By Edward William Osborne.
No place: no publisher, 1884.

The Seven Sayings of the Blessed Virgin Mary: A Sermon Preached (in Substance) in St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia, at the Night Service on the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, January 16th, 1887.
No place: no publisher, 1887.

The Mysteries of Life: Meditations of the Seven Words from the Cross.
By Basil W. Maturin.
New York: James Pott and Co., 1892.

The Early Days at St. Clement's, Philadelphia
By Franklin Joiner. From American Church Monthly volume 35, 1934
pp 100-108, 220-231, 298-306

The Earliest Acolytes' Guild
By Clinton Rogers Woodruff

The Easter Festival in S. Clement's, 1890 from S. Clement's Magazine, April 1929.

Father Maturin: A Memoir
By Maisie Ward
London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1920; pp 1-75.

The Death of Dr. Batterson, from the Living Church, March, 1903.

The Story of St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia Written in Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Consecration, April 12, 1864-April 12, 1964.
By May Lilly.
Philadelphia: St. Clement's Church, 1964.

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