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Charles Reuben Hale


Papers of the Russo-Greek Committee of the Protestant Episcopal Church (Hale was a prominent member of the Commiteee).

A Fatherly Episcopate: A Sermon Delivered in Davenport Cathedral, on Tuesday, July 26, A.D. 1892, on Occasion of the Consecration of the Rt. Rev. Charles Reuben Hale, D.D., LL.D., Assistant Bishop of Springfield, Illinois, with the Name and Title of Bishop of Cairo.
By Leighton Coleman.
Davenport, Iowa: no publisher, 1892.

Give an Account of Thy Stewardship
A Sermon preached in St. Timothy's Church, New York, the Third Sunday in Advent, 1873 (1874)

The Mozarabic Liturgy and the Mexican Branch of the Catholic Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ Militant upon Earth: A Liturgical Study.
By the Rev. Charles R. Hale, A.M. Reprinted from the American Church Review, April 1876.
Privately Printed, 1876.

Missions of the Russian Church in China and Japan.
From American Church Review, volume 30, October, 1878, pp. 590-600.

The Russian Church: A Paper Read before the Church Congress held at Leicester, England, under the Presidency of the Lord Bishop of Peterborough, September 28th--October 1st, 1880.
Privately Printed, 1881.

Mozarabic Collects Translated and Arranged from the Ancient Liturgy of the Spanish Church by the Rev. Charles R. Hale, with a preface by the Right Reverend Arthur Cleveland Coxe.
New York: James Pott, 1881.


A Brief Narrative of a Visit to the Eastern Churches in the Interests of Church Unity (1886)

Innocent of Moscow, The Apostle of Kamchatka and Alaska.
From The American Church Review, Volume 29, 1877, pp 402-419.

Charles Hale and the Russian Church: The Biography of Innokentii
By J. Robert Wright and Edward Kasinec.
This article originally appeared in the March 2002 issue of Anglican and Episcopal History 71:1.

The American Church and Methodism.
The American Church Review, Volume 60, 1891, pp 129-155

The Fourth International Old Catholic Congress
The Church Eclectic, January, 1898, 25:10.

The Catholic Movement in the Swedish Church, by Gunnar Rosendal. Hale Memorial Address for 1950.

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