A brief bibliography of some of the sources for the articles on this site and other books that I find interesting and helpful.
Addison, James Thayer. The Episcopal Church in the United States, 1789-1931. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1951.
Brandreth, Henry R.T. Episcopi Vagantes and the Anglican Church. SPCK. 1947.
Bray, Gerald. The Faith We Confess: An Exposition of the Thirty-Nine Articles. The Latimer Trust. 2009.
Brook, Stella. The Language of the Book of Common Prayer. Andre Deutsch Ltd. 1965.
Duffy, Eamon. The Stripping of the Altars: Traditional Religion in England 1400-1580. Yale University Press. 1992.
Every, George S.S.M. The High Church Party, 1688-1718. SPCK. 1956.
Guelzo, Allen C. For the Union of Evangelical Christendom: The Irony of the Reformed Episcopalians. The Pennsylvania State University Press. 1994.
Hamilton, Bernard. Religion in the Medieval West. St. Martin's Press Inc. 1986.
Haverland, Mark. Anglican Catholic Faith and Practice. Anglican Parishes Association. 2004.
Hughes, Phillip Edgcumbe. Theology of the English Reformers. Horseradish Press. 1977.
Hylson-Smith, Kenneth. The Churches in England from Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II (3 Vols.). SCM Press. 1996.
Hylson-Smith, Kenneth. High Churchmanship in the Church of England: From the Sixteenth Century to the Late Twentieth Century. T. & T. Clark Publishers. 2000.
Isham, Thomas Garrett. A Born Again Episcopalian: The Evangelical Witness of Charles P. McIlvaine. Solid Ground Christian Books. 2011.
Moorman, J.R.H. A History of the Church in England. Adam and Charles Black. 1976.
Mullin, Robert Bruce. Episcopal Vision/American Reality: High Church Theology and Socioal Thought in Evangelical America. Yale University Press. 1986.
Nockles, Peter. The Oxford Movement in Context: Anglican High Churchmanship, 1760-1867. Cambridge University Press. 1997.
Packer, J.I. A Quest for Godliness: The Puritan Vision of the Christian Life. Crossway Books. 1990.
Packer, J.I. and R.T. Beckwith. The Thirty-Nine Articles: Their Place and Use Today. Regent College Publishing. 2007.
Pascoe, Samuel C. The Thirty-Nine Articles: Buried Alive? Latimer Press. 1998.
Randall, Kelvin. Evangelicals Etcetera: Conflict and Conviction in the Church of England's Parties. Ashgate. 2005.
Steiner, Bruce. Samuel Seabury, 1729-1796: A Study in the High Church Tradition. The Ohio University Press. 1971.
Tarsitano, Louis R. An Outline of an Anglican Life: Lessons in the Faith and Practice of the Anglican Church. Classical Anglican Press. 1994.
Toon, Peter. Evangelical Theology, 1833-1856: A Response to Tractarianism. Marshall, Morgan, and Scott. 1979.
Varley, E.A. The Last of the Prince Bishops: William Van Mildert and the High Church Movement of the Early Nineteenth Century. Cambridge University Press. 2002.
Adrian, John M. "George Herbert, parish 'dexterity', and the local modification of Laudianism."
Altholz, Josef L. "The Tractarian Moment: The Incidental Origins of the Oxford Movement." Albion 26.2 (1994).
Best, G.F.A. "Church Parties and Charities: The Experiences of Three American Visitors to England, 1823-1824." The English Historical Review 78.307 (1963).
Bosher, Rev. Robert Semple. "The American Church and the Formation of the Anglican Communion, 1823-1853." Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, 1962. Evanston, Illinois.
Dorman, Marianne. "Lancelot Andrewes and the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar." http://anglicanhistory.org/essays/dorman/sacrament.pdf
Dorman, Marianne. "Andrewes and English Catholics' Response to Cranmer's Prayer Books of 1549 and 1552." Paper for Reformation Studies Conference, 1999. Westminster College, Cambridge.
Eaker, Gordon J. "The Spirit of Seventeenth-Century Anglicanism." South Central Renaissance Conference, Lubbock, Texas (1972).
Fairchild, Hoxie N. "Romanticism and the Religious Revival in England." JSTOR.
Greene, Donald and Gregory F. Scholtz. "How 'Degraded' was Eighteenth-Century Anglicanism?" Eighteenth-Century Studies 24.1 (1990).
Grose, Clyde L. "The Religion of Restoration England." Church History 6.3 (1937).
Hobart, John Henry. "A Charge to the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York." Project Canterbury.
Hopkins, John Henry. "Episcopal Government: A Sermon." Project Canterbury.
Leighton, C.D.A. "Hutchinsonianism: A Counter-Enlightenment Reform Movement." The Journal of Religious History 23.2 (1999).
Lowe, Eugene Y. Jr. "Renewing Confessional Anglicanism." JSTOR.
McNeill, John T. "Anglicanism on the Eve of the Oxford Movement." Church Hisotry 3.2 (1934).
Nockles, Peter. "Church or Protestant Sect? The Church of Ireland, High Churchmanship, And the Oxford Movement, 1822-1869." The Historical Journal 41.2 (1998).
Onderdonk, H.U. "Baptismal Regeneration Briefly Defended and Explained." Project Canterbury.
Prosch, Thomas W. "The Protestant Episcopal as a Pioneer and Missionary Church." JSTOR.
Stevenson, Kenneth. "Worship and Theology: Lancelot Andrewes in Durham, Easter 1617." International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 6.3 (2006).
Turrell, James F. "'Until Such Time as He Be Confirmed': The Laudians and Confirmation in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England."
White, William Rev. "The Case of the Episcopal Churches in the United States Considered." Project Canterbury.
Vance, John A. "Eighteenth-Century Anglicanism: A Layman's View." Eighteenth-Century Studies 25.3 (1992).