Walker, Charles

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  • Charles Walker

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Bibliography from Canterbury Project

  • Oswald, the Young Artist. London: J.T. Hayes, 1865.
  • Incense “after the accustomed manner;” or, the Solemn Censing of Persons and Things in the Time of Divine Service Agreeable to Scripture and Antiquity, and the Law of the Present English church. A Ritual Essay. London: J.T. Hayes, 1867.
  • Pax super Israel: An Irenicon, Respectfully Addressed to the Consideration of the Royal Commission on Ritual. London: G.J. Palmer, 1867.
  • A Prayer Book for the Young; or, Complete Devotional Guide for Youthful Members of the English Church. London: J. T. Hayes, 1868.
  • The Services of the Church, with Rubrical Directions According to the Use of the Illustrious Church of Sarum, together with the Hymns, Introits, Graduals, Tracts, and Sequences of the Same Church. London: J.T. Hayes, 1868.
  • The Present Aspect of the Ritual Question: A Letter to the Rev. Arthur Willis-Fleming. London: Church Press Company, 1869.
  • The Plain-song Reason Why: Being an Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Gregorian Music. London: Novello, Ewer, 1875.
  • Tales of the Jewish Church: Twelve Stories for the Young. London: no publisher, 1878.
  • Maggie Wilson: or, from Twilight to Light: A Tale of Conversion. London: Washbourne, 1879.
  • Joe Marks; or, the “One Faith.” London: Washbourne, 1880.
  • The Superiority of the Catholic Church: or “Anglican Advantages” Weighed in the Balance. Dublin: J. Duffy and Sons, 1880.
  • Some Types of the Loneliness of Jesus in the Passion: Seven Lenten Addresses, etc. Edinburgh: St. Giles Printing Co., 1887.
  • A Primer of Plain Chant. London: Catholic Truth Society, 1890.

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