At present this bibliography is confined largely to those items which are also found in the bibliographies for individual dioceses. In time, however, it will be expanded to include a very wide range of books and articles relating to the Church of England, its clergy and the sources for their study.

  • The Second Report of the Commissioners appointed to Inquire into the Rubrics, Orders and Directions for Regulating the Course and Conduct of Public Worship (1866), (London)
  • Diocese of Rochester, in Church of England Archives: Pilgrim trustees' report (), BL shelfmark C120 h 8 (3).
  • The parishes and townships of Shropshire. A reference guide with maps (2004), (Shropshire Family History Society and Shropshire Archives: n.p.).
  • Anon (1931–3), Sussex Notes and Queries, 4, 248; 5, 160.
  • Ashley, A. (1958), The Church in the Isle of Man (St. Anthony's Hall Publications, 13, London and York).
  • Ashley, A. (1957), Historic relations of church and state in the Isle of Man, considered as a background of Bishop Wilson's controversy, Proceedings, Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, ns, 5:5 (1957 for 1954–6), 513–23.
  • Austin, M. R. (1982), Tithe and benefice incomes in Derbyshire, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 102, 118–24.
  • Austin, M. R. (1980), Enclosure and benefice incomes in Derbyshire 1772–1832, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 100, 88–94.
  • Austin, M. R. (1975 for 1973), Religion and society in Derbyshire during the industrial revolution, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 93, 75–89.
  • Austin, M. R. (1975 for 1972), Queen Anne’s Bounty and the poor livings in Derbyshire, 1772–1832, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 92, 78–89.
  • Austin, M. R., ed. (1974), The Church in Derbyshire in 1823–4: the parochial visitation of the Rev. Samuel Butler, archdeacon of Derby, in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry (Derby: Derbys. Archaeol. Record ser., 5).
  • Austin, M. [R.] (2001), A Stage or Two beyond Christendom: A Social History of the Church of England in Derbyshire (Cromford: Scarthin Books).
  • Baker, L. A. J. (1961), A List of the Places of Worship in the Boroughs of Deptford, Greenwich, Lewisham and Woolwich under each of which is listed the books or pamphlets dealing with the history of the Church and its Ministers (Greenwich and Lewisham Antiquarian Society).
  • Baker, W. J. (1981), Beyond Port and Prejudice. Charles Lloyd of Oxford, 1784–1829 (Orono: University of Maine P).
  • Barnard, L. W. (1998), Thomas Secker. An eighteenth-century primate (Lewes: Book Guild).
  • Barnard, L. W. (1989), John Potter. An eighteenth-century archbishop (Ilfracombe: Arthur H. Stockwell Ltd.).
  • Baylis, H. (1961 for 1960–1), Prebends in the cathedral church of SS. Mary and Chad in Lichfield, Transactions Lichfield Archaeological and Historical Society, 2, 38–52.
  • Beckett, J., Tranter, M., and Bateman, W., eds. (2003), Visitation returns from the Archdeaconry of Derby, 1718–1824 (Chesterfield: Derbyshire Record Society, 29).
  • Beddard, R. A. (1976), Sheldon and the Anglican Recovery, Historical Journal, 19, 1013–16
  • Beddard, R. A. (1976), The Commission for Ecclesiastical Promotions, 1681–4: An Instrument of Tory Reaction, Historical Journal, 19, 20–30
  • Bennett, G. V. (1975), The Tory Crisis in Church and State 1688–1730. The Career of Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester (Oxford: Clarendon Press)
  • Bennett, G. V. (1969), Conflict in the Church, in Holmes, Geoffrey ed., Britain After the Glorious Revolution (London: Macmillan)
  • Beresford, W. (n.d.), Diocesan Histories: Lichfield (SPCK Diocesan Histories, London: SPCK).
  • Best, G. F. A. (1964), Temporal Pillars. Queen Anne’s Bounty, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and the Church of England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Bettey, J. H. (1973–4), Bishop Secker’s Diocesan Survey, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Proceedings, 95, 74–5
  • Bouch, C. M. L. (1950 for 1949), The Visitation Articles of Bishop Robinson, 1612, Transactions Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Arch Soc., ns, 49, 148–55.
  • Bouch, C. M. L. (1948), Prelates and People of the Lake Counties. A History of the Diocese of Carlisle 1133–1933 (Kendal: Titus Wilson).
  • Bouch, C. M. L. (1947 for 1946), The muniments of the diocese of Carlisle, Trans. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Arch Soc., ns, 46, 174–90.
  • Bradley, John and Short, Harold (2005), Texts into Databases: The Evolving Field of New-style Prosopography, Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20, Suppl. Issue, 3–24.
  • Brain, T. J. (1994), Richard Watson: Westmoreland “statesman”?, Transactions Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Arch Soc., 94 (1994), 171–200.
  • Brain, T. J. (1982), Some Aspects of the Life and Work of Richard Watson, Bishop of Llandaff, 1782–1816, PhD dissertation, University of Wales (Aberystwyth).
  • Bray, G. (1998), The Anglican Canons 1529–1947 (Woodbridge: Church of England Record Society, 6).
  • Breen, Anthony (2002), “Such Barbarous and Beastlye People …”, Irish Roots, 2, 30–1.
  • Brinkley, R. (1987), A Liberal Churchman: Edmund Law (1703–1787), Enlightenment and Dissent, 6, 3–18.
  • Burgess, J. (1984), The Lake Counties and Christianity. The Religious History of Cumbria 1780–1920 (Carlisle: privately printed).
  • Burn, R. (1757), Ecclesiastical Law (4 vols, 2nd edn, London).
  • Burns, A. (1999), The Diocesan Revival in the Church of England c.1800–1870 (Oxford Historical Monographs, Oxford: Clarendon Press).
  • Butler, L. A. S., ed. (1998), The Cumbria Parishes 1714–1725 from Bishop Gastrell’s Notitia with Additions by Bishop Porteus 1778–1779 (Kendal: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch. Soc., 12).
  • Cahill, M. (2001), The diocese of Coventry and Lichfield 1603–1642, (PhD dissertation, University of Warwick).
  • Caplan, J. N. (1962), Visitation of the Diocese of Chichester in 1724, Sussex Notes and Queries, 15, 289–95
  • Carpenter, Edward (1956), The Protestant Bishop (London: SPCK)
  • Cassan, S. H. (1824), Lives and Memoirs of the Bishops of Sherborne and Salisbury (3 vols, London)
  • Clapinson, Mary, ed. (1980), Bishop Fell and Nonconformity. Visitation Documents from the Oxford Diocese, 1682–83 (Oxfordshire Record Society, 52).
  • Clark, A., ed., (1895), Memoirs of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe, in Camden Miscellany, 9 (Camden Society, ns, 53).
  • Clark, J. C. D. (1985), English Society, 1688–1832 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
  • Clark, M. A. (2001), Contrasting Clerics: Two Tudor Bishops of Carlisle, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch Soc., 3.1, 69–77.
  • Clark, M. A. (1996), Reformation in the Far North: Cumbria and the Church, 1500-1571, Northern History, 32, 75–89.
  • Clark, M. A. (1991), Hugh Sewell, Canon and Prebendary of Carlisle, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch Soc., 91, 91–9.
  • Clark, R. (1983), Why was the re-establishment of the Church of England possible? Derbyshire: a provincial perspective, Midland History, 8, 86–105.
  • Clark, R. (1980), A good and sufficient maintenance: the augmentation of parish livings in Derbyshire 1645–1660, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 100, 69–78.
  • Cockerill, T. (1965), The Rev. Richard Armitstead of Whitehaven, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch Soc., ns, 65, 374–80.
  • Cole, R. E. G. ed. (1913), Speculum Dioeceseos Lincolnensis 1705–1723 (Lincoln Record Society, 4, 1913)
  • Conybeare, W. J. (1853), The Church in the Mountains, Edinburgh Review, 97, 342–80, reprinted in Conybeare, W. J. (1855), Essays Ecclesiastical and Social. Reprinted, with Additions, from the Edinburgh Review (London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans), 1–56.
  • Cook, M. ed. (1958–60), The Diocese of Exeter in 1821, i. Cornwall, ii. Devon (2 vols, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, New Series, 3–4)
  • Cooper, T. N. (1994), Oligarchy and conflict : Lichfield cathedral clergy in the early sixteenth century, Midland History, 19, 40–57.
  • Cooper, T. N. (1994), Children, the liturgy, and the reformation: the evidence of the Lichfield Cathedral choristers, Studies in Church History, 31, 261–74.
  • Coulton, B. (1996), The establishment of protestantism in a provincial town: a study of Shrewsbury in the sixteenth century, Sixteenth Century Journal, 27, 307–35.
  • Cox, J. C. (1875–9), Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire (4 vols., Chesterfield).
  • Craine, D. (1957), The Bible in Manx, Proceedings, Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, ns, 5:5 (1957 for 1954–6), 540–54.
  • Crampton, N. V. (1957), Schools in Man, Proceedings, Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, ns, 5:5 (1957 for 1954–6), 484–98.
  • Crippen, T. G. (1916), The clerical subsidy, 1661, Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society, 7:1, 16–33.
  • Cross, F. L., ed. (1957), The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (London: Oxford University Press).
  • Docking, J. W. (1967), Victorian schools and scholars: Church of England elementary schools in nineteenth-century Coventry (Kenilworth).
  • Ecton, J. (1754), Thesaurus Rerum Ecclesiasticarum. Being an Account of the Valuations of all the Ecclesiastical Benefices in the Several Dioceses of England and Wales ... To which are added the Names of the Patrons, and Dedications of the Churches (2nd edn, London).
  • Ecton, J. (1711), Liber Valorum et Decimarum (London).
  • Ferguson, R. S. (1889), Carlisle (London: SPCK Diocesan Histories).
  • Ferguson, R. S. ed. (1877), Miscellany Accounts of the Diocese of Carlisle with Terriers delivered to me at my primary visitation, by William Nicolson, late bishop of Carlisle (Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society)
  • Fielding, C. H. (1910), The Records of Rochester Diocese (Dartford: Snowden Brothers)
  • Fincham, Kenneth ed. (1994–8) Visitation Articles and Injunctions of the early Stuart Church (2 vols, Church of England Record Society, 1, 5, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press)
  • Fletcher, W. G. D. ed. (1894), Documents Relating to Leicestershire and preserved in the Episcopal Registry at Lincoln, Associated Architectural Societies, Reports and Papers, 22:2, 227–365
  • Forrestal, A. (2004), Fathers, Pastors and Kings: Visions of Episcopacy in Seventeenth-Century France (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
  • Forster, R. E. C. (1958), The parochial visitation of 1757, Journal of the Manx Museum, 6:75, 50–3.
  • Foster, A. (1976), The function of a bishop: the career of Richard Neile, 1562–1640, in O’Day, R. and Heal, F., eds, Continuity and change: personnel and administration of the Church of England 1500–1642 (Leicester), 33–54.
  • Frere, W. H. and Kennedy, W. M. eds, Visitation Articles and Injunctions 1536–1603 (Alcuin Club, 14–16)
  • Fryde, E. B., Greenway, D. E., Porter, S., Roy, I. (1986), Handbook of British Chronology (RHS, Guides and Handbooks, 2, 3rd edn, London: Royal Historical Society).
  • Gairdner, J. (1904), Bishop Hooper’s Visitation of Gloucester, 1551, English Historical Review, 19, 98–121
  • Gelling, J. D. (1998), A History of the Manx Church 1698-1911 (Douglas, Manx Heritage Foundation).
  • Gibson, Edmund (1717), Of Visitations Parochial and General: being the Charges Deliver’d to the clergy of the archdeaconry of Surrey (London)
  • Gibson, W. T. (1998), ‘Sully and lawn sleeves’: the appointment of Claudius Crigan as Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1784', Archives, 23, 41–50.
  • Gibson, W. T. (1996), The Finances and Legatees of Charles Lyttelton (1714–1768) Bishop of Carlisle, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch Soc., 96, 187–93.
  • Godfrey, W. E. (1936 for 1935), A list of sketches of Derbyshire churches made 1816–1820 by the Rev. Guy Brian, rector of South Normanton, 1811–19, Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 56, 8–11.
  • Green, Ian (1981), The First Years of Queen Anne’s Bounty, in O'Day, Rosemary and Heal, Felicity ed., Princes and Paupers in the English Church, 1500–1800 (Leicester: Leicester University Press), 231–49
  • Gregory, Jeremy and Chamberlain, J. S. eds. (2005), The National Church in Local Perspective. The Church of England and the Regions 1660–1800 (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press)
  • Gregory, Jeremy (2000), Restoration, Reformation and Reform. The archbishops of Canterbury and their diocese 1660–1818 (Oxford: Clarendon Press)
  • Gregory, Jeremy ed. (1995), The Speculum of Archbishop Thomas Secker (Church of England Record Society, 2)
  • Griffith, G. (1860), The free schools and endowments of Staffordshire, and their fulfilment (London: Whitaker and co.)
  • Hart, A. Tindal (1949), The Life and Times of John Sharp, Archbishop of York (London: SPCK)
  • Historical Manuscripts Commission (1907), Various Collections. Volume IV (London)
  • Holtby, R. T. (1966), Carlisle Cathedral Library and Records, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch. Soc., ns, 66, 201–19.
  • Hopkinson, R. (1972), The Appointment of the First Minister of St Nicholas’ Church Whitehaven, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch. Soc., ns, 72, 283–302.
  • Horn, J. M. (2003), Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541–1857. Volume X: Coventry and Lichfield Diocese (London: School of Advanced Studies).
  • Horn, J. M., ed. (1996), Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1541–1857. Volume VIII: Bristol, Gloucester, Oxford and Peterborough dioceses (London: Institute of Historical Research).
  • Horn, J. M. and Smith, D. M. (1975), Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541–1857. Volume IV: York (London: Institute of Historical Research).
  • Horn, J. M. (1974), Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541–1857. Vol. III: Canterbury, Rochester and Winchester Dioceses (Athlone Press: London).
  • Horn, Joyce M., David L. Smith and Patrick Mussett (2004), Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541–1857. Vol. XI: Carlisle, Chester, Durham, Manchester, Ripon, and Sodor and Man Dioceses (University of London School of Advanced Study Institute of Historical Research: London).
  • Hudson, T. P.(1994), Sussex, in Currie, C. R. J. and Lewis, C. P. eds., English County Histories. A Guide.
  • Isaacs, Tina (1982), The Anglican Hierarchy and the Reformation of Manners 1688–1738, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 33.
  • Jacob, G. (1744), A New Law-Dictionary: Containing, The Interpretation and Definition of Words and Terms used in the Law; and also the Whole Law, and the Practice thereof, under all the Heads and Titles of the same (5th edn, London).
  • James, F. G., (1956), North Country Bishop. A Biography of William Nicholson (New Haven and London: Yale Historical Publications misc 65).
  • Jenkins, A. P., ed. (1991), The correspondence of Thomas Secker, bishop of Oxford, 1737–1758 (Oxford: Oxfordshire Record Society, 57).
  • Johnson, A. M. (1980), The Reformation clergy of Derbyshire 1536–1559, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 100, 49–63.
  • Johnson, D. (1995 for 1992–3), Dean Kimberley’s visitation of churches in Lichfield peculiar jurisdiction, 1714, Transactions of the Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, 34, 35–41.
  • Jones, W. H. (1880), Diocesan Histories, Salisbury (London)
  • Jukes, H. A. L., ed. (1957), Articles of enquiry addressed to the clergy of the diocese of Oxford at the primary visitation of Dr. Thomas Secker, 1738 (Banbury: Oxfordshire Record Society, 38).
  • Keene, N. (2003), John Fell: Education, Erudition and the English Church in Late Seventeenth-Century Oxford, History of Universities, 18:1, 62–101.
  • Kelly, B. H. (1963), Some reflections on church and state relations in the time of Bishop Wilson, Proceedings, Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, ns, 6:3, 324–51.
  • Kettle, A. J. and Johnson, D. A. (2001), A history of Lichfield cathedral (Staffordshire County Council; reprinted from VCH Staffordshire III [[1970]).
  • Kirby, Isabel (1968), Gloucester Diocesan Records, Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions, 87, 119–30.
  • Kirby, Isabel M. (1968), Diocese of Gloucester. A Catalogue of the Records of the Bishops and Archdeacons (Gloucester).
  • Knighton, C. S. (1996) The Reformed Chapter, 1540–1660, in Yates and Welsby (1996), 57–76.
  • Landor, W. N. (1916 for 1915), Staffordshire incumbents and parochial records, 1530–1680 (Collections for a History of Staffordshire, William Salt Archaeol. Library).
  • Leonard, J. (1995), Staffordshire parish churches (Derby: Breedon).
  • Levine, Phillipa (1986), The Amateur and the Professional. Antiquarians, Historians and Archaeologists in Victorian England, 1838–1886 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Maloney, Monica (1984),The Dunkin Collection, Sussex Archaeological Society Newsletter, 44, 401–2.
  • Marchant, R. A. (1969), The Church Under the Law. Justice, Administration and Discipline in the Diocese of York 1560–1640 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
  • Marr, P. (1980 for 1979–80), John Alcock (1715–1806), vicar choral and organist at Lichfield cathedral: a frustrated reformer, Transactions of the Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, 21, 25–33.
  • Marshall, E. (1882), Diocesan Histories: Oxford (London: SPCK).
  • Marshall, W. M. (2003), The dioceses of Hereford and Oxford, 1600–1760’, in J. Gregory and J. S. Chamberlain (eds.), The national church in local perspective. The Church of England and the Regions, 1660–1800 (Woodbridge: Boydell), 197–222.
  • Marshall, W. M. (1983), Episcopal Activity in the Hereford and Oxford Dioceses, 1660–1760, Midland History, 7, 106–20.
  • Marshall, W. M. (1978), The Administration of the Dioceses of Hereford and Oxford 1660–1760, PhD dissertation, University of Bristol.
  • Marston, F. (1971), The “Hate House”, Lichfield, Staffs., and the Rev. Dr. James Falconer, Transactions of the South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, 12, 49–53.
  • Mawson, D. J. W. (1988), Dr Hugh Todd’s Account of the Diocese of Carlisle, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch. Soc., 88, 206–24.
  • McCann, Alison (1994), Archives and Antiquaries, in Hobbs, Mary ed., Chichester Cathedral. An Historical Survey (Chichester).
  • McClatchey, D. (1960), Oxfordshire Clergy 1777–1869. A Study of the Established Church and the Role of its Clergy in Local Society (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
  • McManners, J. L. (1998), Church and Society in Eighteenth-Century France (2 vols, Oxford: Clarendon Press)
  • Mead, A. H. (1965), Richard Bagot, Bishop of Oxford, and the Oxford Movement, 1833–1845’, (BLitt dissertation, University of Oxford).
  • Moore, A. W. (1893) Sodor and Man (SPCK Diocesan Histories, London: SPCK).
  • Mussett, P. (1996), The Reconstituted Chapter, 1660–1820, in Yates and Welsby (1996), 77–114.
  • National Register of Archives (1983), Accessions to Repositories 1982
  • Ollard, S. L. and Walker, P. C. eds. (1928–31), Archbishop Herring’s Visitation Returns, 1743 (5 vols, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series, vols. 71, 72, 75, 77, 79)
  • Owen, Dorothy (1971), A Catalogue of the Records of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Ely (London)
  • Owen, Dorothy (1970), The Records of the Established Church in England, excluding Parochial Records (London).
  • Owen, Dorothy (1968), Bringing Home the Records: the Recovery of the Ely Chapter Muniments at the Restoration, Archives, 8, 123–9
  • O’Day, R. and Berlatsky, J., eds (1979), The letter-book of Thomas Bentham, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 1560–1561, in Camden miscellany, 27 (Camden, 4th ser., 22, London: RHS), 113–238.
  • O’Day, R. (1975), Cumulative debt: the bishops of Coventry and Lichfield and their economic problems, Midland History, 3, 77–93.
  • O’Day, R. (1972), Thomas Bentham: a case study in the problems of the early Elizabethan episcopate, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 23, 137–59.
  • Peake, J. (1999), Ellesmere remembered: the reminiscences of half a century as curate and vicar of Ellesmere, ed. Christopher Jobson.
  • Pearce, S. S., ed. (1913 for 1914), A Report of the Oxford Clergy AD 1593, Report of the Oxfordshire Archaeological Society, 59, 45–70.
  • Pearman, A. I. (1897), Rochester (SPCK Diocesan Histories, London: SPCK).
  • Peel, A., ed. (1911), A puritan survey of the church in Staffordshire in 1604, English Historical Review, 26, 338–52.
  • Pruett, J. H. (1978), The Parish Clergy Under the Later Stuarts (Urbana, Ill.)
  • Purvis, J. S. (1948), Tudor Parish Documents (Cambridge)
  • Ransome, Mary ed. (1971), Wiltshire Returns to the Bishop’s Visitation Queries, 1783 (Wiltshire Record Society, 17, 1971)
  • Ransome, Mary ed. (1968), The State of the Bishopric of Worcester 1782–1808 (Worcestershire Historical Society, New Series, 6, 1968)
  • Robinson, D., ed. (1980), Visitations of the archdeaconry of Stafford, 1829–1841 (Collections for a History of Staffordshire, 4th ser., 10; Historical Manuscripts Commission, Joint Publications, 25).
  • Robinson, D. B. (1984 for 1982–3), Staffordshire clergy in 1830,Transactions of the Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, 24, 84–98.
  • Salkeld, A. D. (1998), Lancelot Salkeld: Last Prior and First Dean of Carlisle c. 1490–1560, Transactions Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Arch. Soc., 98, 145–53.
  • Salter, M. (2001), The old parish churches of Shropshire (2nd edn, Malvern: Folly Publications).
  • Salter, M. (1998), The old parish churches of Derbyshire (Malvern: Folly Publications).
  • Salter, M. (1996), The old parish churches of Staffordshire (2nd edn, Malvern: Folly Publications).
  • Salter, M. (1992), The old parish churches of Warwickshire (Malvern: Folly Publications).
  • Salzman, L. F. (1946), A History of the Sussex Archaeological Society, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 85, 64–5.
  • Sheils, W. J. (1979), The Puritans in the Diocese of Peterborough 1558–1610 (Northamptonshire Record Society, 30)
  • Shindler, T. (1892), The Registers of the Cathedral Church of Rochester (165–-1837). With lists of Prebendaries, Headmasters of the Grammar School, Minor Canons and Organists, and such of the Inscriptions in the Cathedral and Churchyard as are not included in Thorpe’s Registrum Roffense (Canterbury, 1892).
  • Smith, A. (1976), Private schools and schoolmasters in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry in the seventeenth century, History of Education, 5, 117–26.
  • Smith, C. H. (1984), The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers (Chichester: Phillimore).
  • Smith, M. G. (1982), Pastoral Discipline and the Church Courts: the Hexham Court 1680–1730 (Borthwick Papers, 62, York)
  • Spaeth, Donald (2000), The Church in an Age of Danger. Parsons and Parishioners, 1660–1740 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
  • Spurr, John (1991), The Restoration Church of England, 1646–1689 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press)
  • Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service (1999), Guide to the Contents of Lichfield Record Office (Staffordshire County Council).
  • Steward, P. (1973), Guide to the Record Offices. IV: Diocesan Records (Wiltshire County Council)
  • Sutch, V. D. (1973), Gilbert Sheldon. Architect of Anglican Survival 1640–1675 (The Hague)
  • Sykes, Norman (1959), From Sheldon to Secker. Aspects of English Church History 1660–1768 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
  • Sykes, Norman (1951), Bishop William Wake’s Primary Visitation of the Diocese of Lincoln, 1706, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 2, 190–206
  • Sykes, Norman (1940), The Buccaneer Bishop, Lancelot Blackburne, Church Quarterly Review, pp. 81–100
  • Sykes, Norman (1934), Church and State in England in the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
  • Sykes, Norman (1932), Episcopal Administration in England in the Eighteenth Century, English Historical Review, 48. 414–46
  • Talbot, J. (1707), The Judicial Power of the Church Asserted (London)
  • Taylor, Stephen (1993), Archbishop Potter and the dissenters, Yale University Library Gazette, 67, 118–26.
  • Thomas, D. R. (1888), Diocesan Histories, St Asaph (London)
  • Thorpe, J. (1769), Registrum Roffense: or, a Collection of Antient Records, Charters, And Instruments of Divers Kinds, necessary for illustrating the Ecclesiastical History and Antiquities of the Diocese and Cathedral Church of Rochester. Transcribed from the Originals by John Thorpe, MD FRS and Published by his Son John Thorpe Esq, AM FSA together with the Monumental Inscriptions in the Several Churches and Chapels within the Diocese (London: W & J Richardson).
  • Till, B. D. (n.d.), The Ecclesiastical Courts of York 1660–1883: a study in decline (typescript at Borthwick Institute)
  • Towey, Peter (2006), My Ancester was an Anglican Clergyman (London: Society of Genealogists Enterprises Ltd).
  • Towey, Peter (2005), Researching Anglican clergymen: The Clergy of the Church of England Database 1540–1835, Geneaologists' Magazine, 28:7, 310–12.
  • Trimnell, Charles (1709), A Charge Deliver’d to the Clergy of the Diocese of Norwich … At Visitation … 1709 (London)
  • Tringham, Nigel J. (1990), The cathedral and the close, in A history of the county of Stafford, 14: Lichfield, ed. M. W. Greenslade (Victoria County History, Oxford: Oxford University Press), 47–67.
  • Turner, Francis (1686), A Letter to the Clergy of the Diocese of Ely… Preparatory to his Visitation (Cambridge)
  • Turner, G. Lyon (1913), Congregationalists and the ‘great ejectment’: particulars of congregationalist ministers ejected in 1660 and 1662, Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society, 6:1, 25–49.
  • Ward, W. R. ed. (1995), Parson and Parish in Eighteenth-Century Hampshire. Replies to Bishops’ Visitations (Hampshire Record Society, 13, 1995)
  • Ward, W. R. ed. (1994), Parson and Parish in Eighteenth-Century Surrey. Replies to Bishops’ Visitations (Surrey Record Society, 35, 1994)
  • Warne, A. (1969), Church and Society in Eighteenth-Century Devon (Newton Abbot)
  • Watkins-Pitchford, W. (1948), Mr Henry Dalton and the royal peculiar – an imbroglio of 1835, Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological Society, 52:2, 155–61.
  • Welsby, P. A. (1996), The Cathedral since 1820, in Yates and Welsby (1996), 115–39.
  • Whiteman, Anne ed. (1986), The Compton Census of 1676. A Critical Edition (British Academy, Records of Social and Economic History, Oxford: Clarendon Press)
  • Wilson, E. C., ed. (1931), An Island Bishop, 1762–1838: Memorials of William Ward, D.D., Bishop of Sodor and Mann 1828–1838 (London).
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